Owner`s manual | Epson 9100 Projector User Manual

Before use
Installation
Connections
Projection
Useful Functions
Adjustments and
setting
Using the projector
software
Troubleshooting
Maintenance
Others
Accessory Verification
Check to confirm that the following items are included in the package when removing the projector and accessories from the box. Contact your dealer if any items are found to be missing.
· Projector
Lens Cover with string
· Remote Control
· 2AA Batteries for
the remote control
(three-cell alkaline manganese batteries)
· Power Cord
· Computer Cable
· Computer Cable
(mini D-Sub
15-pin/5BNC)
· Audio Cable
· RCA Audio Cable
(Yellow)
· RCA Audio Cable
(Red/White)
· Main Cable
· USB Mouse Cable
· PS/2 Mouse Cable
· Serial Mouse Cable
· Mac Mouse Cable
· Mac Serial Cable
SERIAL MOUSE
MAC MOUSE
S E RI AL
MO
US
E
PS/2 MOUSE
· PC Serial Cable
PC SERIAL
· Projector Software CD-ROM
· Owner’s Manual
(this document)
MAC SERIAL
Features
● Crystal clear screen
Clarity has been vastly improved.
Provides crystal clear projections even in bright areas, perfect for presentation purposes.
● Wide range of display resolution
Uses a newly-developed high resolution liquid crystal panel.
(1366×1024)
● Compact and light
A compact body makes it easy for carrying around.
(approximately 8.3Kg, 18.3 litres)
● Beautiful video images
The three-dimensional Y/C separation and smooth motion I/P conversion technology provide
vivid video images.
● DVI-D port that supports digital output*
Fitted with a DVI-D Port for digital input purposes. This can also be connected to a computer’s
digital output port.
Features - 1
Contents
Accessory Verification
1
Features
1
Contents
2
Using this manual
7
Symbol displays ...................................................................7
Safety Precautions
Parts, Names and Operations
8
13
Projector .............................................................................13
Remote Control ..................................................................17
Range of Remote Control Operations ................................20
Inserting the Remote Control Batteries ..............................21
Installation Procedure
22
Installation example ...........................................................22
Screen size and projection distance ..................................23
Projection angles ................................................................24
Connecting the projector to a computer
25
Eligible computers ..............................................................25
In the case of the mini D-Sub 15 pin ..................................27
When the monitor port is the 5BNC
(When connected to the second computer) .......................28
When the monitor port is 13w3 ..........................................28
In the case of 5BNC
(When connected to the second computer) .......................29
In the case of DVI-D* .........................................................30
Sound connection ..............................................................31
Connecting external monitors ............................................32
Connecting up the mouse (wireless mouse function) ........33
2- Contents
Connecting the video equipment
35
In the case of composite image signals .............................35
In the case of S image signals ...........................................35
In the case of component
(color differential*) image signals .......................................36
In the case of the digital tuner's D output port ....................37
In the case of RGB image signals ......................................38
Projection
39
Preparations .......................................................................39
Commencing projection .....................................................40
Ending
43
Adjusting the Projection Position
45
Feet adjustments ................................................................45
Adjusting the Projection Size
46
Zoom adjustment ...............................................................46
Trapezoid adjustment .........................................................46
Picture Quality Adjustment
47
Focus adjustment ...............................................................47
Auto adjustment (when projecting computer images) ........47
Tracking Adjustments
(when projecting computer images) ...................................48
Synchronization Adjustments
(when projecting computer images) ...................................48
Calling out adjustment values
(when projecting computer images) ...................................48
Introduction of Functions
49
Useful Functions
50
Help Function .....................................................................50
Contents- 3
Projection Cutting
52
A/V Mute Function ..............................................................52
Freeze Function .................................................................52
Switching Image Sizes
53
Enlarging Images (E-zooming function)
55
Effect Function
56
Cursor/Stamp .....................................................................56
Box .....................................................................................56
Spotlight .............................................................................57
Bar .....................................................................................58
Canceling effects ................................................................58
P in P Function
59
Volume Adjustment
60
Menu Configuration
61
Menu items .........................................................................61
Menu Operations
63
Operation method ..............................................................63
Setting items ......................................................................65
User logo registration .........................................................70
Introduction of Projector Software
72
Outline of Projector Software .............................................72
Computer Connections
73
Serial Connections .............................................................73
4- Contents
Installation
75
Operating environment .......................................................75
Installation ..........................................................................76
Reading the User’s Guide ..................................................77
Troubleshooting
78
Operation Indicator .............................................................78
Lamp Indicator ...................................................................79
Temperature Indicator ........................................................79
When the Indicators Provide No Help
81
The image is not projected .................................................81
The image is unclear ..........................................................83
The image is cut up (Large)/Small .....................................84
The image color is bad .......................................................85
The image is dark ...............................................................85
No sound ............................................................................86
The remote control won’t work ...........................................86
Cannot end (after the [Power] button has been pressed) ..87
EMP Link V will not function ...............................................87
Cleaning the Projector, Cleaning the Lens,
Cleaning the Air Filter
88
Cleaning the projector ........................................................88
Cleaning the lens ...............................................................88
Cleaning the Air Filter .........................................................89
Replacing the Air Filter
90
Replacement method .........................................................90
Replacing the Lamp
91
Replacement method .........................................................92
Resetting the lamp illumination time ..................................93
Optional Parts
94
Transportation
96
Contents- 5
Terminology
97
Specifications
99
Check Sheet
100
World-Wide Warranty Terms
103
Index
107
6- Contents
Using this manual
Symbol displays
A variety of pictures displays have been used in this manual and on the actual product to ensure
that the projector is used correctly and safely in order to prevent risks to users and other people,
and to prevent damage to property. Explanations for these displays are provided below. Ensure
that they are fully understood before reading this manual.
Warning
Displays details that may result in death or injury if
ignored.
Caution
Displays details that may result in injury or damage to
property if ignored.
Point: Includes supplementary explanations and useful tips.
Reference: Indicates reference pages
*Refer to the terminology
*Usage of the terms“this unit” and “this projector” in this manual
The terms “this unit” and “this projector” appear regularly in this manual, and these
terms also cover the accessories supplied with the projector and other optional products.
*The projection distances, illustrations and screen sizes apply to when the standard lens is
in use.
Using this manual - 7
Safety Precautions
Read and observe the following safety precautions to ensure safe use of the equipment.
Warning
● If any of the following abnormalities occur, switch off the power
supply immediately, remove the plug from the power socket and
contact your dealer or nearest adress provided at page 104.
· The emission of smoke, strange odors or strange noises.
· Faults, such as images not being able to be projected or no sound
being emitted.
· When water or foreign objects have entered the inside of the unit.
· When the unit has been dropped or the case damaged.
Continuation of operations under these conditions may result in the
outbreak of fire or electric shocks.
Repairs should never be attempted by the user.
Abnormi oder
Abnormi noise
● The cabinet to the unit should never be opened by anyone other
than our service personnel.
The inside of the projector contains many high-voltage parts that may
result in the outbreak of fire, electric shocks or other incidents.
● Never use an electrical voltage other than that displayed.
The use of a voltage other than that specified may result in the
outbreak of fire or electric shocks.
● Verify the specifications of the Power Cord.
The Power Cord supplied with the projector conforms to the electrical
specifications of the country of purchase. If the projector is to be used
in any other location, check the electrical voltage and shape of
sockets in the relevant country beforehand and purchase a cable that
conforms to that country’s specifications.
● Never use damaged Power Cord.
Failure to observe this may result in the outbreak of fire or electric
shocks.
Also ensure that the following points are strictly observed.
· Never make any modifications to the Power Cord.
· Never place anything heavy on the Power Cord.
· Never bend, twist or pull the cable.
· Ensure that the cable is not installed near heaters.
Contact your dealer or adress provided at page 104 if the power cord
becomes damaged.
8 - Safety Precautions
Other than
those specified
Warning
● Never look into the lens when the power is switched on.
An extremely strong light is emitted that may cause sight defects.
Special attention must be paid by households with children.
● Take care when handling power plugs and power connectors.
Failure to observe these instructions may result in the outbreak of fire
or electric shocks.
Observe the following precautions when handling power plugs and
power connectors.
· Never connect too many appliances to a single socket.
· Never use plugs or connectors to which dust, dirt or other foreign
objects have adhered.
· Ensure that the plugs and connectors are firmly inserted as far as
they will go.
· Do not atempt to plug in plugs or connectors with wet hands.
· Do not pull the Power Cord when disconnecting plugs and
connectors. Always ensure that the actual plug or connector is
firmly gripped.
● The projector includes many glass parts, such as the lens and
lamps.
If any of these parts should break, handle them with extreme care to
avoid injury and then contact your dealer or nearest Epson Service
Center and request repairs.
● Never places vases or containers that contain liquid on top of
the projector.
If the water is spilt and enters the outer case, it may result in the
outbreak of fire or electric shocks.
● Never insert or drop metal or inflammable objects, or any other
foreign objects into the suction inlets and ventilation outlets on
the projector.
Failure to observe this may result in the outbreak of fire or electric
shocks.
● Never place the projector or the battery-operated remote control
in locations with excessive temperatures, such as in vehicles
with closed windows, in areas subject to direct sunlight, or near
the fan outlets of air-conditioners and heaters.
Failure to observe this may result in heat-distortion that would have
an adverse affect on the contents of the projector, and may result in
the outbreak of fire or electric shocks.
Safety Precautions - 9
Caution
● Never stand on the projector or place any heavy objects on it.
Failure to observe this may result in it dropping over, becoming
damaged, or causing injury.
● Never place the projector on unstable surfaces, such as wobbly
tables or slanted surfaces.
Failure to observe this may result in it dropping over, becoming
damaged, or causing injury.
● Do not place or store the projector within the reach of children’s
hands.
Failure to observe this may result in it dropping over, becoming
damaged, or causing injury.
● Do not place the projector in humid or dusty locations, or in
locations where it would be subject to oil steam or water steam,
such as kitchens or near humidifiers.
Failure to observe this may result in the outbreak of fire or electric
shocks.
● Never block the projector’s suction inlets or ventilation outlets.
Failure to observe this may result in the build up of high
temperatures inside the projector, leading to the outbreak of
fire. Do not place the projector in the following locations.
· In narrow, badly ventilated areas, such as in cupboards or in
bookcases.
· On top of carpets, matresses or blankets.
· Never cover the projectors with table clothor other material.
Also, if placing by a wall, ensure that at least 20cm of space has been
provided between the projector and the wall.
● Always ensure that the plug has been disconnented from the
power socket when it is not to be used.
Failure to observe this may result in the outbreak of fire.
10 - Safety Precautions
Caution
● Always ensure that the power has been switched off, the plug
has been disconnected from the power socket, and all other
cables have been disconnected when moving the projector.
Failure to observe this may result in the outbreak of fire or electric
shocks.
● Never attempt to remove the lamp immediately after the
projector has been used. Wait for the projector to cool down
sufficiently by leaving it for at least sixty minutes after the power
supply has been switched off before attempting this.
Failure to observe this may result in burns or other injuries.
● Misuse of the batteries may result in damage to the batteries
and subsequent leakages, leading to the outbreak of fire, injury
and product corosion. Observe the following precautions to
ensure safety.
· Never use combinations of different batteries, or old batteries
together with new batteries.
· Never use batteries that are not specified in the instruction manual.
· If liquid should leak from the battery, wipe up the leakage with a
cloth and then replace the battery accordingly.
· Replace the batteries immediately when the time for replacement
arrives.
· Remove the batteries when the projector is not to be used for a long
period of time.
· Never apply heat to the batteries, or place them in naked flames or
water.
· Ensure that the batteries are inserted in accordance with the
correct polarity (+ and -).
· If any liquid that has leaked from a battery gets onto the hands,
wash it off immediately with water.
Batteries must be disposed of in accordance with the regulations in
effect in each relevant area.
Confirmation
● Ensure that the electric plug and connectors have been
disconnected from their sockets when performing maintenance
tasks.
Failure to observe this may result in electric shocks.
Safety Precautions - 11
Safety Precautions
● Using the projector outside of the permissible temperature range (+5C° to 40C°)
may result in unstable display and excessive loads being placed on the fan,
leading to damage to the equipment.
● Storing the projector outside of the permissible temperature range (-10C° to
60C°) may result in damage of the case. Take special care to avoid placing the
equipment in direct sunlight for a long period of time.
● Do not use the projector with the lens cover still in place. The heat generated by
the lens may cause the cover to become malformed.
● The liquid crystal display panel has been manufactured with high-accuracy
technology and contains more than 99.99% active pixels. However, note that
there is a possibility of 0.01% of missing pixels and pixels that will be constantly
illuminated.
12 - Safety Precautions
Parts, Names and Operations
Projector
● Front Panel
1
2
7
8
9
3
10
4
11
5
13
6
14
12
1 Lamp Indicator
2 Operation Indicator
3 Temperature Indicator
4 Handle
5 Lens Shift Knob
6 Foot Adjust Lever
7 Operation Panel
8 Speaker
9 Remote Control Receiver
10 Theft-Prevention Lock (see page 98)
11 Focus Ring
12 Zoom Ring
13 Lens Cover
14 Front Foot
Parts, Names and Operations - 13
● Back Panel
1
4
2
3
1 Remote Control Receiver
2 Fan
3 Power Inlet
4 I/O Port
● Rear Panel
2
3
1
1 Front Foot
2 Rear Foot
3 Air Filter (suction inlet)
14 - Parts, Names and Operations
● Operation Panel
4
Power
1
2
3
10
Menu
Help
Esc
Sync.
Video
king
Trac
Tracking
Computer
5
11
A/V mute
6
S y n c.
Keystone
Resize
12
7
Shift
8
9
Volume
13
1 [Help] button (see page 50)
Displays the methods of solving problems. Press this button when trouble occurs.
2 [Video] button (see page 41)
Switches the images between video images (Video), S video (S-Video) and component
video (BNC (YCbCr, YPbPr)).
3 [Menu] button (see page 63)
Displays and cancels the menu.
4 [Power] button (see page 40, 43 )
Switches the power supply on and off.
5 [Computer] button (see page 41)
Switches the computer #1 image between BNC (RGB) and IM2 images.
6 [A/V Mute] button (see page 52)
Temporarily erases the image and sound. Projection is resumed when this button is pressed
once more or when the volume control is adjusted or when the menu is displayed. User
logos can also be set up for projection when in the mute mode.
7 [Resize] button (see page 53)
Switches between the window display and the resizing display when computer images are
being projected. Switches the aspect ratio between 4:3 and 16:9 when video images are
being projected.
8 [Sync] button (see page 48)
Makes the necessary adjustments when the screen is out of focus or flickering. This button
functions as the up and down key when the menu or help text are being displayed.
9 [Shift] button (see page 60)
Adjusts the volume when pressed simultaneously with the [Volume (Keystone)] button.
10 [ESC] button (see page 64)
Ends functions that are currently in use. Returns the screen to the previous stage when this
is pressed during menu and help text display.
11 [Tracking] button (see page 48)
Performs the necessary adjustments when stripes appear on the screen. Moves left and
right when this is pressed during menu and help text display.
12 [
(Enter)] button (see page 47, 63)
· Sets the menu item and moves onto the lower stage.
· Optimizes the computer image when the menu or help text are not displayed.
(Switches the input resolution across to [Auto] when set for [Manual]).
13 [Keystone] button (see page 46)
Performs the necessary adjustments when the screen distorts into a trapezoid shape.
Parts, Names and Operations - 15
● I/O Ports
3
2
1
Computer 1
Computer 2 /Component Video
R/Cr/Pr
5
G/Y
B/Cb/Pb
H/C Sync
V Sync
4
7
6
10
8
Audio
Remote
Mouse/Com
S-Video
S-Audio/Audio2
Video
L-Audio-R
11
9
13
12
Monitor Out
Stack Out
1 Computer #1 mini D-Sub 15 Port
Inputs the computer’s analog image signals.
2 Change-over Switch
Switches the valid port for Computer #1 across to either mini D-Sub15 (analog) or DVI-D
(digital). Operate the switch with the tip of a ballpoint pen or other pointed object.
3 Computer #1 DVI-D Port
Inputs the computer’s digital image signals.
4 Computer #2 BNC Port
· R/Cr/Pr · G/Y · B/Cb/Pb · H/C Sync · V Sync
Inputs the computer’s BNC image signals, the A/V equipment component image signals
(color differential signal) or the RGB image signals.
5 Remote Port
Connects the optional remote control receiver (ELPST04).
6 Mouse/Com Port
Establishes a connection with the computer when the projector software that is supplied is
to be used when the remote control is used as a wireless mouse.
7 Audio #1 Port
Inputs the audio signals from the computer and A/V equipment connected to the
Computer #1 Port.
8 S-Video Port
Inputs the A/V equipment's S image signals.
9 S-Video/Audio #2 Port
Inputs the audio signals from the computer and A/V equipment connected to the BNC
port or the S-Video port.
Outputs only the sound for connected computers and A/V equipment.
10 Video Port
Inputs the the A/V equipment’s component image signals.
11 L-Audio-R Port
Inputs the the A/V equipment’s sound signals.
12 Monitor Out Port
Outputs the projected image signals to an external monitor (not output when the input
comes from the DVI-D port.)
13 Stack Out Port
This is used during stack projection*.
16 - Parts, Names and Operations
Remote Control
● Front Panel
2
1
4
5
3
8
Power
Freeze
A/V Mute
3
4
6
5
1
2
9
R/C ON
OFF
E-Zoom
Enter
7
11
Esc
10
1 [Freeze] button (see page 52)
Temporarily freezes the image. Press this button once more to cancel the freeze mode.
2 Remote control light-receiving area
Outputs the remote control unit’s signals.
3 Indicator
Illuminated when the remote control unit signals are being output.
4 [A/V Mute] button (see page 52)
Temporarily erases the images and sound. Projection will be resumed if this button is
pressed once more or the volume is adjusted. User logos can be set up for projection when
in the mute mode.
5 [E-Zoom] button (see page 55, 59)
Enlarges the image with the E-Zoom function. Enlarges the sub-screen when using P in P
images. Press the [ESC] key to cancel this mode.
6 [Effect] button (see page 56)
Executes the allocated effect function. Press the [ESC] key to cancel this mode.
7[
(Light)] button
The remote control button will be illuminated for approximately ten seconds.
8 [Power] button (see page 40, 43)
Switches the power supply to the projector on and off.
9 [R/C ON OFF] switch (see page 40, 44)
Switches the remote control unit on and off. The remote control unit cannot be used for
operations when this switch is not set at [ON].
10 [Enter] button (see page 34, 63)
· Sets the menu item when pressed, and then moves onto the lower stage. Becomes a cursor key to select the menu items when moved up, down, left or right.
· This function operations with a left-hand click on the mouse when computer images are
being projected. The pointer will move when this button is moved up, down, left or right.
Parts, Names and Operations - 17
11 [ESC] button (see page 34, 64)
· Ends the function being used. Returns to the previous stage when the menu or help text is
being displayed.
· This function operations with a right-hand click on the mouse when computer images are
being projected.
● Inside of the Cover
Esc
Menu
Help
Comp1
Comp2/YCbCr
E@sy-MP
Video
Auto
Resize
P in P
Preset
1
7
8
2
3
4
9
10
5
- Volume +
6
1 [Menu] button (see page 63)
Displays and ends the menu.
2 [Comp1] button (see page 41)
Switches across to the image from computer #1 port. (Switches across to the DVI-D image
when the switch is set at the left-hand side.)
3 [Video] button (see page 41)
Switches between video images (Video) and S-video images (S-Video).
4 [Auto] button (see page 47)
Optimizes the computer image.
5 [P in P] button (see page 59)
Displays the video image within the computer image or the video image as a sub-screen.
This function is cancelled by pressing this button once again.
6 [Volume] button (see page 60)
Adjusts the volume.
7 [Help] button (see page 50)
Displays the method of solving problems. Press this button when trouble occurs.
8 [Comp2/YCbCr] button (see page 41)
Switches between the images from the BNC port.
9 [Resize] button (see page 53)
Switches between the window display and the resizing display when computer images are
being projected. Switches the aspect ratio between 4:3 and 16:9 when video images are
being projected.
10 [Preset] button (see page 48)
Calls out the preset computer input settings.
18 - Parts, Names and Operations
● Rear Panel
1
1 Battery Cover
Parts, Names and Operations - 19
Range of Remote Control Operations
Depending on the distance and angle from the main unit’s light receiving area, there are cases
where the remote control will not function. Ensure that the remote control is used within the following conditions:
● Operable distance: Approximately 10 meters
● Operable range:
(Front Panel)
Approximately 30
degrees
(Rear Panel)
Light-emitting area on
the remote control
Approximately 30
degrees
Approximately 15
degrees
Approximately 15
degrees
Approximately 15
degrees
Approximately 15
degrees
Point
· Ensure that the [R/C ON OFF] switch is set at [ON] when using the remote control unit.
· Aim the remote control at the projector’s light-receiving area.
· There are cases where the operable distance (approximately 10 meters) of the remote
control is diminished when signals are reflected off screens depending on the type of
screen in use.
· Ensure that sunlight and florescent lighting is not shone directly into the projector’s lightreceiving area.
· If the remote control will not function or malfunctions, there is a possibility that the batteries need changing. In this event, replace the batteries accordingly.
· Use the optional remote control receiver if it is to be used at a distance of 10m or more.
20 - Parts, Names and Operations
Inserting the Remote Control Batteries
The remote control batteries are inserted in accordance with the following procedure:
Caution
Ensure that unused batteries of the same type are used.
1 Remove the Battery Cover.
Apply pressure to the clip holding the Battery Cover, and then lift it upwards.
2 Insert the batteries.
Ensure that the batteries are aligned correctly with the “+” and “-“ labels on the remote
control.
3 Replace the cover.
Apply pressure to the battery cover until it clicks firmly into place.
Point
· Specified batteries: Two three-cell alkaline manganese batteries (LR6).
· The batteries should be replaced approximately once every three months when used for
thirty minutes per day.
Parts, Names and Operations - 21
Installation Procedure
Determines the projection angle and projection distance to ensure the most suitable screen
display.
Caution
· Do not block the ventilation outlet at the back of the projector or the Air Filter (suction
inlet) on the rear panel.
· There are cases where material or paper get sucked onto the Air Filter on the rear panel
when the projector is in use, so attention must be paid to prevent this.
· Do not place the projector in a location where it is subject to the direct air flow from air conditioners or heaters.
· When the projector is to be placed near a wall, ensure that there is at least 20cm of space
between the wall and the projector.
· Do not cover the projector with table cloths or other material.
Installation example
The projector may be installed in locations that conform to the installation conditions and projection methods.
Viewing projected images from the front
Viewing projected images from the front with a ceiling suspended projector
Use the optional ceiling suspension unit and set the ceiling suspension parameter to [ON]. (see
page 69)
Viewing images projected onto half-transparent screens from the rear
· Set the rear parameter to [ON]. (see page 69)
· Ceiling suspension is also possible with the use of the optional ceiling suspension unit.
22 - Installation Procedure
Screen size and projection distance
Determines the distance that the screen must be from the lens in order to obtain the required
screen size.
The projector’s Standard Lens is approximately a 1.4x zoom lens and the largest screen size is
about 1.4 times the size of the smallest screen.
Using the following table for reference purposes, install the projector so that the screen size is
smaller than the screen.
Screen Size
Approximate Projection Distance
30-inch (61×46cm)
1.1m to 1.4m
40-inch (81×61cm)
1.5m to 2.0m
60-inch (120×90cm)
2.2m to 3.0m
80-inch (160×120cm)
3.0m to 4.1m
100-inch (200×150cm)
3.7m to 5.1m
200-inch (410×300cm)
7.5m to 10.4m
300-inch (610×460cm)
11.2m to 15.6m
Screen Size
300-inch
610
X46
200-inch
410
0 cm
X30
100-inch
80-inch
200
160
60-inch
40-inch
30-inch
X12
120
X90
81X
0 cm
Center of the lens
X15
0 cm
0 cm
cm
61 c
61X
46 c
m
m
1.1 -
1.4
1.5 -
2.0
2.2 -
3.0
3.0 -
4.1
3.7 -
5.1
10.4
7.5 -
m
- 15.6
11.2
Distance from the projector
Point
· The projection distances listed above are the distances when the standard lense is in use.
If optional lenses are to be used, refer to the relevant instruction manuals for further
details.
· The screen size will become smaller when the trapezoid correction function is used.
Installation Procedure - 23
Projection angles
The optimum projection screen is acquired by placing the center of the projector ’s lens and a
right-angle to the screen.
When viewing from the side
* It is possible to move the projection position up and down with the lens shift function
A
A
B
B
A:B 10:Becomes 0
A:B 5:Becomes 5
When viewing from the top or bottom
Point
Although the projection position can be adjusted with the foot lever (see page 45), there
are cases where the screen will distort into a trapezoid shape. In this event, adjust the trapezoid distortion with the trapezoid correction function. (see page 46)
Upward 20
24 - Installation Procedure
Downward 20
Connecting the projector to a computer
Switch off the power supply to the projector and computer before attempting to make the
connection.
Eligible computers
There are computers with which connections cannot be established and computer that cannot
be used for projection purposes even though a connection has been established. First of all, it is
necessary to confirm that a connection can be established with the computer in use.
● Conditions for eligible computers
Condition #1: The computer must be fitted with an image signal output port
Check to ascertain that the computer is fitted with ports that will output image signals,
such as the [RGB Port], the [Monitor Port] and the [Video Port]. If you have trouble
confirming this, refer to chapter on external monitor connections in the computer ’s
instruction manual.
There are computers, such as combined computer/monitor models and laptop models,
that do not allow connections or for which optional external output ports must be
purchased.
Point
Depending on the computer, there are cases when it is necessary to switch the image signal output with the connection key (
, etc.,) and the settings.
NEC
Fn+F3
Panasonic Toshiba
Fn+F3
Fn+F5
IBM
SONY
FUJITSU
Macintosh
Fn+F7
Fn+F7
Fn+F10
The control panel monitor and sound
to be set to mirroring after rebooting.
The table shown above provides examples for certain products. Refer to the computer’s
instruction manual for further details.
Condition #2: The resolution and frequency of the computer must be within the
boundaries listed in the chart on the next page.
Projection will not be possible if the computer does not support the output image signal
resolutions and frequencies shown in the chart on the next page (there are cases where
projection is possible, but vivid projection will not be possible).
Confirm the image signal resolution and frequency with the computer’s instruction
manual.
There are also computers available that allow the output resolution to be amended. In this
case, amend the parameters to fit within the ranges shown in the chart on the next page.
Connecting the projector to a computer - 25
Signal
Refresh Rate
(Hz)
Resolution
(Dots)
Pixels (dots)
Used During
Resizing Display (Resize
On)
Pixels (dots)
Used During
Real Display
(Resize Off)
PC98
640×400
1366×854
640×400
VGACGA
640×400
1366×854
640× 400
640× 350
1366×748
640×350
VGA
60
640× 480
1366×1024
640× 480
VESA
72/75/85/
100/120
640×480
1366×1024
640×480
SVGA
56/60/72/75/
85/100/120
800×600
1366×1024
800×600
XGA
43i/60/70/75/
85/100
1024×768
1366×1024
1024× 768
VGAEGA
Remarks
SXGA
70/75/85
1152×864
1366×1024
1152× 864
Virtual (Partial) Display
SXGA
60/75/85
1280× 960
1366×1024
1280×960
Virtual (Partial) Display
SXGA
43i/60/75/85
1280×1024
1366×1024
1280×1024
Virtual (Partial) Display
1400×1050
1328×996
1400×1050
Virtual (Partial) Display
1440×1080
1366×1024
1440×1080
1600×1200
1366×1024
1600×1200
640×480
SXGA+
UXGA
48i/60/65/70/
75/80/85
Virtual (Partial) Display
MAC13
640× 480
1366×1024
MAC16
832×624
1366×1024
832×624
MAC19
1024×768
1366×1024
1024×768
MAC21
1152×870
1356×1024
1152×870
640×480
1366×1024
640×480
800×600
1366×1024
800×600
1024×768
1366×1024
1366×768
NTSC
1366×1024
1366×768
4:3 ↔ 16:9, Selectable
PAL
1366×1024
1366×768
4:3 ↔ 16:9, Selectable
SECAM
1366×1024
1366×768
4:3 ↔ 16:9, Selectable
1366×768
(16 : 9)
iMAC
SDTV
(525i)
60
1366×1024
(4 : 3)
HDTV
(750P)
60
1366×768
(16 : 9)
HDTV
(1125i)
60
1366×768
(16 : 9)
26 - Connecting the projector to a computer
Virtual (Partial) Display
In the case of the mini D-Sub 15 pin
Caution
· Switch off the power supply to the projector and computer before attempting to make the
connection. Failure to observe this may result in damage.
· Confirm the shape of the cable connector and the shape of the port before making the connection. Applying excessive force when the direction or shape of the connector and port
differ may result in defects and damage to the equipment.
· Connect the computer’s monitor port to the Computer #1 mini D-Sub 15 Port on the projector
with the computer cable supplied.
· Set the switch to the analog setting (right-hand side) with the tip of a ballpoint pen or other
pointed object.
● When the monitor port is the D-Sub 15 pin.
Computer #1 mini D-Sub15 Port
Monitor port
(video port)
Computer Cable
(supplied with the projector)
Connecting the projector to a computer - 27
When the monitor port is the 5BNC (When connected to the
second computer)
Computer #1 mini D-Sub15 Port
Monitor port
(video port)
Computer Cable
(supplied with the projector)
Point
· Do not bind the Power Cable and the Computer Cable together. Failure to observe this
may result in malfunctions.
· An adapter may be required when making the connection depending on the stand of the
computer’s port. Refer to the computer instruction manual for further details.
· There are cases where the optional Mac Desktop Adapter and Mac Monitor Adapter are
required when connecting up to a Macintosh.
· It is possible to establish connections with both the Computer #1 Port and the Computer
#2 Port when two computers are to be connected.
When the monitor port is 13w3
The Computer #1 Port is also connected to the D-Sub 15 port with the use of the conversion
cable when the 13w3 port is used for connecting the computer’s monitor port to a work station.
· The projector’s computer #1 mini d-Sub 15 Port is connected to the computer’s monitor port
(13w3) with the 13w3 ↔D-Sub 15 cable (available on the open market).
· Set the switch to the analog setting (right-hand side) with the tip of a ballpoint pen or other
pointed object.
Monitor Port
Computer #1 mini D-Sub15 Port
13w3 Cable
(available on the open market)
28 - Connecting the projector to a computer
In the case of 5BNC
(When connected to the second computer)
Connects the computer monitor port to the projector’s Computer #2 BNC Port with the computer cable supplied.
Computer #2 - BNC Port
Monitor Port
Computer Cable
(supplied with the projector)
Point
· Set the BNC parameter to [RGB] when establishing the connection. (see page 67)
· Make the connection with the 5BNC <--> 5BNC cable (available on the open market)
when the computer monitor port is 5BNC.
· Connections can be made to both computer #1 port and computer #2 port when two computers are to be connected.
Connection with the first computer
Connection with the second computer
Connecting the projector to a computer - 29
In the case of DVI-D*
Digital signals are output to the projector without amendment if a digital video card for liquid
crystal displays and output port are mounted onto the computer.
· Connect the computer's digital output port to the projector's computer #1 DVI-D port with
the optional digital video cable. Select the cable in accordance with the shape of the computer
port (DVI-D/DFP).
· Set the switch to the digital setting (left-hand side) with the tip of a ballpoint pen or other
pointed object.
Monitor Port
Computer #1 DVI-D Port
Digital Video Cable
(optional)
Point:
There are cases where the computer must be set up in order to switch the computer output
to the DVI-D. Refer to the instruction manual for the computer for further details.
30 - Connecting the projector to a computer
Sound connection
The projector is equipped with two built-in speakers capable of outputing a maximum of 3W,
and it is also possible to output computer sound from the projector ’s speakers.
● Connecting the computer to Computer #1
Connect the projector’s Audio Port (stereo mini jack) to the computer’s audio output port with
the Audio Cable supplied.
Computer Audio Output Port
Audio Port
Audio Cable
(supplied with the projector)
● Connecting the computer to Computer #2
Connect the computer's audio output port to the projector's S-Audio/Audio #2 port (RCA pin
jack) with the RCA audio cable (sold on the open market).
Computer Audio Output Port
S-Audio/Audio #2 Port
RCA Audio Cable
(available on the open market)
Point
The audio signals output the selected image’s sound.
Connecting the projector to a computer - 31
Connecting external monitors
It is possible to display the image projected with the projector onto a computer simultaneously.
Connect the projector's monitor out port to the computer monitor with the cable attached to the
monitor.
Monitor Out Port
Cable attached to the monitor
Point
· There are cases where the optional Mac Desktop Adapter and Mac Monitor Adapter are
required when connecting up to a Macintosh.
· Images cannot be displayed on external monitors when the computer is connected to the
DVI-D port.
32 - Connecting the projector to a computer
Connecting up the mouse (wireless mouse function)
This enables the computer’s mouse pointer to be operated with the remote control in the same
way as a wireless mouse.
Connect the projector’s Mouse/Com Port to the computer’s mouse port with the mouse cable
and Main Cable.
Computer
Mouse to use
Mouse cable to use
PC/AT
DOS/V
PS mouse
PS/2 mouse cable (supplied)
Serial mouse
Serial mouse cable (supplied)
USB mouse
USB mouse cable (supplied)
Macintosh mouse
MAC mouse cable (supplied)
USB mouse
USB mouse cable (supplied)
Macintosh
Mouse/COM Port
PS/2 Connection
Mouse cable
Mause Port
Mouse Cable
(supplied with the projector)
Main Cable
(supplied with the projector)
Refer to the above table before making your selection.
Point
· Only the USB standard mounted model supports USB Mouse Cable connections. In the
case of Windows, only the Windows 98/2000 preinstalled model is supported. Operations
cannot be guaranteed on upgraded Windows 98/2000 environments.
· Only a computer mouse connected to the mouse/com port can be used.
· The mouse cannot be used when the effect function is in progress.
· There are cases where the computer must be set up. Refer to the instruction manual for
the computer for further details.
· Switch off the power to the projector and computer before making the connection.
· It is necessary to reboot the computer if it does not work.
Connecting the projector to a computer - 33
Perform the following mouse operations after the connection has been established:
Left clickPresses the [Enter] button.
Right clickPresses the [Esc] button.
Mouse pointer movementLowers the remote control [Enter] button
Power
Power
Freeze
A/V Mute
R/C ON
OFF
E-Zoom
A/V Mute
R/C ON
OFF
E-Zoom
2
3
[ENTER]
button
4
3
4
5
1
2
Freeze
[ENTER]
button
1
5
Enter
Enter
Esc
Esc
[Esc]
button
Remote Control
Mouse
Mouse
Remote Control
Point
· The operations will be reversed if the left/right button functions of the mouse pointer have
been amended with the computer.
· The mouse cannot be used when the Effect, P in P and E-Zoom functions are in use.
· The movement speed of the mouse pointer can be changed. (see page 67)
34 - Connecting the projector to a computer
Connecting the video equipment
Switch off the power supply to the projector and video equipment prior to attempting to
make the connection.
Point
The audio signals output the selected image’s sound.
In the case of composite image signals
· Connect the projector’s Video Port to the video equipment with the supplied RCA Video
Cable (Yellow).
· Connect the L-Audio-R ports with the RCA audio cable supplied (red/white) to output
sound from the projector's speakers.
Audio Port (white)
Video Port (yellow)
To the audio output port L (white)
To the audio output port R (red)
Audio Port (red)
To the video output port (yellow)
RCA Audio Cable (supplied with the projector)
In the case of S image signals
· Connect the projector’s S-Video Port to the video equipment with the S-Video cable (available
on the open market).
· Connect the supplied RCA Audio Cable (Red/White) to the S-Audio/Audio #2 Port if the
sound is to be output from the projector ’s speakers.
Audio Port (white)
S-Video Port (yellow)
To the audio output port L (white)
To the audio output port R (red)
Audio Port (red)
To the S-Video output port
S-Video Cable
(available on the open market)
RCA Audio Cable (supplied with the projector)
Connecting the video equipment - 35
In the case of component (color differential*) image signals
· Connect the projector’s Computer #2 BNC Port to the video equipment with the component
image cable (available on the open market) so that the following table is supported.
Video equipment
R-Y(Cr)
Y
B-Y(Cb)
Projector
R/R-Y
G-RCG
B/B-Y
· Connect the S-Audio/Audio #2 ports with the RCA audio cable supplied (red/white) to output sound from the projector's speakers.
G/Y Port
R/Cr/Pr Port
B/Cb/Pb Port
Audio port (White)
Audio port (Red)
To the audio output port L
(white)
To the audio output port R
(red)
To the R-Y (Cr) output port
To the Y output port
To the B-Y (Cb) output port
For component images
Cable (available on the
open market)
RCA Audio Cable (supplied with the projector)
Point
· A conversion connector (available on the open market) is required on the projector's BNC
port when a component image cable is connected. Align the video with the equipment
port.
· Set the BNC parameter to [CbCr] when the connection has been established. (see
page 67)
36 - Connecting the video equipment
In the case of the digital tuner's D output port
· Connect the digital tuners to the projector’s computer 2 BNC port with the optional D port
cable.
· Connect the supplied RCA Audio Cable (Red/White) to the S-Audio/Audio2 Port if the
sound is to be output from the projector ’s speakers.
G/Y Port
R/Cr/Pr Port
B/Cb/Pb Port
Audio Port (white)
Audio Port (red)
To the audio output port L
(white)
To the audio output port R
(red)
To the D output port
The D port cable
(optional) for component images
RCA Audio Cable (supplied with the projector)
Point
· Set the BNC parameter to [CbCr] when the connection has been established. (see
page 67)
· Establishing connections with digital tuners is only possible in Japan.
· Supports digital tuners up to the D4 rating.
Connecting the video equipment - 37
In the case of RGB image signals
· Connect the projector’s Computer #2 BNC Port to the video equipment with the component
image cable (available on the open market).
· Connect the supplied RCA Audio Cable (Red/White) to the S-Audio/Audio #2 Port if the
sound is to be output from the projector ’s speakers.
G/Y Port
R/Cr/Pr Port
B/Cb/Pb Port
Audio Port (white)
Audio Port (red)
To the audio output port L
(white)
To the audio output port R
(red)
To the R output port
To the G output port
To the B output port
For component images
Cable (available on the
open market)
RCA Audio Cable (supplied with the projector)
Point
· Purchase the component image cable so that one end matches the BCN type port on the
projector and the other matches the port on the video equipment.
· Set the BNC parameter to [RGB] when the connection has been established. (see
page 67)
38 - Connecting the video equipment
Projection
Images can be projected after all connections have been completed.
Preparations
Warning
· Never look directly into the lens once the power supply has been switched on. Failure to
observe this may result in the powerful light damaging eyesight.
· Ensure that the Power Cord supplied is used. The use of cables other than the one supplied
may result in the outbreak of fire or electric shocks.
Caution
Do not perform any projection tasks with the Lens Cover attached. Failure to observe this
may result in the cover becoming malformed due to heat.
1 Connect the projector to a computer and video equipment. (see page 25, 35)
2 Remove the Lens Cover.
3 Attach the supplied Power Cord to the projector.
Check to confirm the shape of the projector’s Power Inlet and Power Connector, align the
connector in the correct direction, and then insert it as far as it will go.
Power Inlet
Power Cord
Power Connector
4 Plug the Power Plug into the power socket.
The Operation Indicator will be illuminated in orange.
Socket
Operation Indicator
Power Cord
Power Plug
Illuminated in orange
Point
Button operations are not possible when the Operation Indicator is blinking in orange.
Projection - 39
Commencing projection
1 Press the [Power] button to turn on the power supply.
The Operation Indicator will begin to blink in green, and projection will be started.
Power
Help
Menu
Esc
Power
Sync.
Video
i
Track ng
Power
Freeze
Power
Tracking
Computer
A/V Mute
R/C ON
OFF
E-Zoom
2
3
4
A/V mute
S y n c.
Shift
1
5
Keystone
Resize
Enter
Volume
Esc
Set the R/C ON OFF switch to [ON] first of all
when using the remote control unit
The Operation Indicator blink and then be illuminated in green after approximately thirty
seconds.
A message stating [No image
signals input] will be displayed
when no image signals have
been input.
(Depending on the setting,
this may not be displayed.
(see page 67)
Operation Indicator
Blinking in green → Illuminated
Point
Button operations are not possible when the Operation Indicator is blinking in orange.
40 - Projection
2 Select the Port to which the connection has been made when more than one item of
equipment has been connected.
Press the port button connected to the computer or video equipment to switch the input
source.
Power
Help
Menu
Esc
Esc
Sync.
Computer
Video
i
Track ng
Tracking
Computer
Comp2/YCbCr
Menu
Help
Comp1
Comp2/YCbCr
Auto
Resize
P in P
Preset
Comp1
Video
A/V mute
S y n c.
Keystone
Resize
- Volume +
Video
Connected
Port
Computer #1
Port
BNC Port (RGB)
BNC Port
(YCbCr)
Video Port
S-Video Port
Shift
Button to Select
Main Unit
Video
Volume
Remote Control
[Computer]
(will change whenever pressed)
[Comp1]
[Video]
(will change whenever pressed)
[Comp2/ YCbCr]
Display at the top
right-hand corner of
the screen
Computer1
BNC(RGB)
BNC(RGB)
BNC(YCbCr)
[Video]
(will change whenever pressed)
Video
S-Video
Point
· Projection will take place without pressing the button if only one item of equipment is connected.
· Computer #1 when no input signals are detected despite the connection being in place
and when the images for the connected equipment are not output.
· The BNC port source that switches between [Computer] and [Video] on the main unit and
[Comp2/YcbCR] on the remote control can only display either BNC (RGB) or BNC
(YcbCr), depending on the BNC setting. (see page 67)
Projection - 41
3 Starting projection.
Switch on the power supply to the computer or video equipment. If the equipment connected is video equipment, then also press the [Playback] or [Play] buttons.
The [No Signal] display will be erased, and projection will commence.
Point
· If [No Signal] remains displayed, check the connections once again.
· Depending on the computer, there are cases when it is necessary to switch the image signal output destination with the key (
, etc.) or the settings after establishing the connection.
NEC
Fn+F3
Panasonic Toshiba
Fn+F3
Fn+F5
IBM
SONY
FUJITSU
Fn+F7
Fn+F7
Fn+F10
Macintosh
After rebooting the control panel
monitor and sound to be set to
mirroring
The table shown above provides examples for certain products. Refer to the computer’s
instruction manual for further details.
· Press the [Resize] button when signals that support DVD players or wide television
screens (16:9 images) have been input. The parameters will change between 4:3 images
and 16:9 images whenever the switch is pressed.
· There are cases where a projected image will remain projected if a still image is projected
for a long period of time.
42 - Projection
Ending
End projection in accordance with the following procedure.
1 Press the [Power] button.
A message to confirm that the power needs to be switched off will be displayed.
Power
Help
Menu
Esc
Power
Sync.
Freeze
Video
i
Track ng
Tracking
Computer
Power
Power
A/V Mute
R/C ON
OFF
E-Zoom
A/V mute
3
4
2
S y n c.
Shift
1
5
Keystone
Resize
Enter
Volume
Esc
2 Press the [Power] button once more.
The lamp will be extinguished, the Operation Indicator will blink in orange, and the cooldown process will commence.
(Power OFF?)
Please press
to power off.
Power
Help
Menu
Power Key again
Esc
Power
Sync.
i
Track ng
Power
Freeze
Tracking
Computer
Video
Power
A/V Mute
R/C ON
OFF
E-Zoom
2
3
4
A/V mute
S y n c.
Shift
1
5
Keystone
Resize
Enter
Volume
Esc
The Operation Indicator will change from blinking to being illuminated in orange once the
cool-down process has been completed. The amount of time required for the cool down is
approximately forty seconds (may be longer depending on the ambient temperature).
Point
· Press a different button if the power is not to be switched off. The message will be erased
after seven seconds if no buttons are pressed (the power will remain on).
· It is also possible to end projection by pressing the [Power] button as explained in procedure #1 for more than one second (will assume the same status as if ending with procedure #2).
· Button operations are not possible when the Operation Indicator is blinking in orange. In
this event, please wait until full illumination has been attained.
Ending - 43
3 Check to confirm that the Operation Indicator is illuminated in orange, and then
unplug the Power Plug from the socket.
Operation Indicator
Socket
Power Cable
Power Plug
Illuminated in orange
Caution
Do not remove the Power Plug from the socket when the Operation Indicator is blinking in
orange. Failure to observe this may result in damage to the equipment and will speed up the
period for replacing the lamp.
4 Set the R/C ON OFF switch to [OFF] when using the remote control.
Power
Freeze
A/V Mute
R/C ON
OFF
E-Zoom
3
4
5
1
2
Enter
Point
The batteries are being consumed when the [R/C ON OFF] switch on the remote control
unit is set at [ON]. Ensure that the [R/C ON OFF] switch on the remote control unit is set to
[OFF] when not in use.
5 Restore the Front Foot if it has been extended.
Steady the projector by hand, and then lift the Foot Adjust Lever with a finger and gently
lower it into the main Unit.
Foot Adgust Lever
6 Attach the lens cover.
44 - Ending
Adjusting the Projection Position
The projector can be adjusted into the following vertical projection positions.
Feet adjustments
Adjusts the projection angle of the projector. As far as possible, make the necessary adjustments while making sure that the projector is facing the screen at right angles.
1 Lift the Foot Adjust Lever with a finger and raise the front part of the projector.
The Front Foot will protrude.
Foot Adjust Lever
2 Remove your finger from the Foot Adjust Lever, and then let go of the projector.
3 Rotate the lower part of the Front Foot to minutely adjust the height.
Becomes lower
Becomes higher
Point
· There are cases where the screen will be distorted into a trapezoid shape when foot
adjustments are performed. This trapezoid distortion can be adjusted with the use of the
trapezoid correction function. (see page 46)
· The Front Foot is restored by lifting the Foot Adjust Lever with a finger and lowering the
projector.
Adjusting the Projection Position - 45
Adjusting the Projection Size
It is possible to adjust the size of the projection and correct any trapezoid distortion.
Point
A function to resize the screen (see page 53) and an E-Zoom function for enlarging certain
areas (see page 55) are also available.
Zoom adjustment
1 Rotate the Zoom Ring to make the required adjustments (enlargment up to a maximum
of 1.4x is possible).
Becomes larger
Becomes smaller
The projection distance must also be adjusted when enlarging the screen. (see page 23)
Point
If optional lenses are to be used, refer to the relevant instruction manuals for further details.
Trapezoid adjustment
Make the necessary adjustment when the screen has been distorted into a trapezoid with foot
adjustment.
1 Press the [Keystone +, -] button to lengthen the screen sidewards.
Power
Help
Menu
Power
Esc
Help
Menu
Sync.
Keystone
A/V mute
Video
Tracking
i
Track ng
Esc
Sync.
Computer
i
Track ng
Video
Tracking
Keystone
Computer
A/V mute
S y n c.
S y n c.
Keystone
Resize
Volume
Keystone
Resize
Volume
Shift
Volume
The corrected screen will shrink in size.
Shift
Volume
The corrected screen will shrink in size.
Point
· The screen will be reduced in size when trapezoid correction has been performed.
· The status of trapezoid correction will be recorded. Perform readjustments that match the
installation position when the projection position or angle have been changed.
· Reduce the sharpness if blurring occurs after trapezoid correction. (see page 65)
· Trapezoid correction is performed from the menu. (see page 67)
46 - Adjusting the Projection Size
Picture Quality Adjustment
Adjusts image focus and disturbance.
Focus adjustment
Aligns the focus of the image.
1 Rotate the Focus Ring to make the required adjustment.
Point
· It is not possible to align the focus if the lens is dirty or fogged over with condensation. In
this event, clean the lens accordingly. (see page 88)
· Correct adjustment is not possible if the installation position is out of line by between 1.1
to 14.6 meters.
· If optional lenses are to be used, refer to the relevant instruction manuals for further
details.
Auto adjustment (when projecting computer images)
Automatically adjusts the computer image to attain the optimum effect. The items adjusted
include the Tracking, Position and Sync.
1 Press the [
Enter] button on the projector (the [Auto / Capture] button on the remote
control ).
Esc
Power
Help
Menu
Esc
Menu
Help
Comp1
Comp2/YCbCr
Sync.
Video
i
Track ng
Tracking
Computer
Video
A/V mute
S y n c.
Keystone
Resize
Shift
Auto
Auto
Resize
P in P
Preset
- Volume +
Volume
Point
· If auto adjustments are initiated when the E-Zoom, A/V Mute or P in P functions are executing, adjustment will not be carried out until the executing function has been cancelled.
· Depending on the type of signals being output by the computer, there are cases when
adjustment cannot be carried out correctly. In this event, adjust the Tracking and Sync.
(see page 48)
Picture Quality Adjustment - 47
Tracking Adjustments (when projecting computer images)
Adjusted when vertical stripes are apparent on the computer image.
1 Press the [Tracking +, -] button on the projector.
Sync.
i
Track ng
Tracking
S y n c.
Synchronization Adjustments (when projecting computer
images)
Adjusted when flashing, blurring and vertical noise are apparent on the computer image.
1 Press the [Sync +, -] button on the projector.
Sync.
i
Track ng
Tracking
S y n c.
Calling out adjustment values
(when projecting computer images)
It is possible to record preset adjustment values and call them out when required.
1 Press the [Preset] button on the remote control.
The pre-registered numbers between preset #1 and preset #5 will change in sequence
whenever this button is pressed.
Esc
Menu
Help
Comp1
Comp2/YCbCr
Video
Auto
Resize
P in P
Preset
- Volume +
Preset
Point
· There are cases when these adjustments must be made again if the values output from
the computer (resolution, display color) are amended after flashing and blurring have
been adjusted.
· There are cases where flashing and blurring is caused by adjusting the brightness and
contrast*.
· Images will be projected more vividly if synchronization adjustments are made after the
tracking adjustments.
· Auto adjustments, tracking adjustments and synchronization adjustments are not possible
if no image signals are being input by the computer, such as when projecting video
images or displaying menus.
· The preset values must be registered beforehand. (see page 65)
48 - Picture Quality Adjustment
Introduction of Functions
The functions that can be operated by pressing buttons when images are being projected are
listed below.
Function
Outline
Button
Main Unit
Remote Control Unit
Reference
Page
Help
Displays the method of solving problems when trouble occurs.
Help
Help
50
A/V Mute
Temporarily mutes the image and
sound.
A/V Mute
A/V Mute
52
Freeze
Freezes the image.
Freeze
52
Resize
Changes the size of the image.
Resize
53
E-Zoom
Enlarges the image.
Zoom
55
Effect
Adds decorations to the image.
Effect
56
P in P
Adds a sub-screen to the image.
P in P
59
Preset
Calls out pre-registered adjustment values.
Preset
Preset
48
Trapezoid
correction
Corrects trapezoid correction.
Keystone
Auto
adjustment
Automatically adjusts the image for
optimum effect.
Enter
Tracking
Adjusts vertical stripes that appear on
the image.
Tracking
48
Synchronization
Adjusts flashing, blurring and vertical
noise that appears on the image.
Sync
48
Volume
Adjusts the volume.
Shift + Volume
Volume
60
Menu
Displays the menu.
Menu
Menu
63
Resize
46
Auto
47
Introduction of Functions - 49
Useful Functions
Help Function
The methods of solving trouble when it occurs are devided into separate sections and explained
below for use when problems arise.
1 Press the [Help] button.
The help menu will be displayed.
Power
Help
Menu
Esc
Esc
Sync.
Video
i
Track ng
Computer
Tracking
Help
Help
Menu
Help
Comp1
Comp2/BNC
Auto
Resize
P in P
Preset
Video
A/V mute
S y n c.
Keystone
Resize
- Volume +
Shift
Volume
2 Select the item.
Press the [Sync+, -] button on the main unit (move the [Enter] button up and down on the
remote control) to select the item.
(HELP Menu)
Help for the image
Help for the sound
Language selection(Language)
If you follow the instructions to solve the problem
unsuccessfully, unplug the power from the wall outlet and
contact with your local dealer.
:Select
:Enter
:Exit
3 Set the item.
Set the item by pressing the [Enter] button on the main unit (the [Enter] button on the
remote control unit).
Power
Freeze
A/V Mute
R/C ON
OFF
E-Zoom
1
5
Enter
3
4
2
Enter
Esc
50 - Useful Functions
4 Repeat the operations explained in procedures 2 and 3 to select and set the detailed
items.
(HELP Menu)
An image does not appear on the Screen.
The image is not in focus.
The image is blurred.
The image is not displayed fully on the Screen.
(cut off/too big/too small/partial)
The colors of the image are not correct.
The image is too dark.
The image is trapezoid.
:Select
:Enter
:Return
:Exit
Point
· Refer to [Troubleshooting] in this manual if the help text does not solve your problems.
(see page 78)
· The help menu can be canceled by pressing the [ESC] or [Help] buttons.
Useful Functions - 51
Projection Cutting
It is possible to temporarily erase and stop images and sound.
A/V Mute Function
Temporarily erases images and sound. It is also possible to project the user logo at this time.
1 Press the [A/V Mute] button.
The images and sound will be erased.
Power
Help
Menu
Esc
Power
Sync.
Freeze
A/V Mute
Video
i
Track ng
Tracking
A/V mute
Computer
R/C ON
OFF
E-Zoom
A/V Mute
A/V mute
3
4
2
S y n c.
1
5
Keystone
Resize
Enter
Shift
Volume
Esc
Will be canceled when the [A/V Mute] button is pressed again, when the volume is
adjusted, and when the menu is displayed.
Depending on the setting, three different types of statuses may be selected when temporarily erasing images and sound. (see page 67)
Black color
Blue color
User log user logo
Point
The Epson logo has been registered in the user logo. User logo registration and setup is
necessary to amend the user logo. (see page 68)
Freeze Function
Temporarily freezes the image; however, the sound will not be muted.
1 Press the [Freeze] button.
The image will freeze.
Power
Freeze
A/V Mute
R/C ON
OFF
E-Zoom
Freeze
3
4
5
1
2
Enter
Esc
Press the [Freeze] button once more to cancel this mode.
52 - Projection Cutting
Switching Image Sizes
The window display and resizing display are switched when projecting images onto a computer. Video image projections are switched between an aspect ratio of 4:3 and 16:9.
1 Press the [Resize] button.
The screen size will switch.
Power
Help
Menu
Esc
Esc
Sync.
Tracking
Video
i
Track ng
Computer
Resize
Menu
Help
Comp1
Comp2/YCbCr
Auto
Resize
P in P
Preset
Video
A/V mute
S y n c.
Keystone
Resize
Resize
- Volume +
Shift
Volume
● In the case of computer images
Windows display: Projected at the entered resolution. There are cases where the projection size
and the image size are different.
Resizing display: Projected with the resolution reduced or expanded so that the image fits the
entire size of the projection.
Example: In the case of 800 x 600
Resizing display
Window display
Example: In the case of 1600 x 1200
Resizing display
Window display
Point
· The size will not be switched if the display resolution of the liquid crystal is the same as
the entered resolution (1024 x 768 dots).
· A certain portion of the image will not be displayed if the entered resolution is larger than
the display resolution of the liquid crystal.
· Lower the [Enter] button on the remote control unit to scroll through the areas not displayed.
Switching Image Sizes - 53
● In the case of video images
Switching will be performed for 4:3 and 16:9 image sizes. Images recorded with digital videos
and DVD images can be projected on 16:9 wide screens.
4:3 display
54 - Switching Image Sizes
16:9 display
Enlarging Images (E-zooming function)
It is possible to enlarge projected sizes without amendment.
1 Press the [E-Zoom] button.
The size percentage will be displayed in the bottom right-hand corner to enable the image
to be reduced or enlarged.
Power
Freeze
A/V Mute
R/C ON
OFF
E-Zoom
5
1
E-Zoom
3
4
2
Enter
Esc
The size percentage will be displayed.
Point
· Enlargement is possible with 24 stages between 1x and 4x at increments of 0.125x.
· A certain portion of the image will not be displayed when it has been enlarged. Lower the
[Enter] button on the remote control to scroll the screen and display this portion accordingly.
· Sub-screens will be enlarged when the P in P function is being used.
Enlarging Images (E-zooming function) - 55
Effect Function
The [Effect] buttons add decorations to images displayed during presentations. The decoration settings can be amended on the effect menu. (see page 66)
Cursor/Stamp
Imprints a stamp on the image.
1 Press the [1] button.
The selection will switch between three different cursor/stamps whenever the [1] button
is pressed.
2 Lower the [Enter] button on the remote control unit to move the position of the cursor/
stamp.
3 The stamp will be imprinted at the location of the cursor when the [Enter] button on the
remote control unit has been pressed.
Point
· The efect function will be canceled and the cursor will disappear when the [Esc] button is
pressed.
· The decoration will be erased when the [5] button is pressed.
· The mouse cannot be used when the effect function is in progress.
Box
Draws a Box on the image.
1 Press the [2] button.
2 Lower the [Enter] button on the remote control unit to move the cursor to the starting
position.
3 Press the [Enter] button to set the start position.
56 - Effect Function
4 Lower the [Enter] button on the remote control unit to move the cursor to the ending
position.
5 Press the [Enter] button to set the end position.
Point
· The efect function will be canceled and the cursor will disappear when the [Esc] button is
pressed prior to setting the position.
· The decoration will be erased when the [5] button is pressed.
· There are cases where the effect will be difficult to see depending on the color combination of the image's background and four corners. Amend the color of the corners in this
event. (see page 66)
· The mouse cannot be used when the effect function is in progress.
Spotlight
Shines a spotlight on a certain part of the image.
1 Press the [3] button.
Will switch between three different spotlight sizes whenever the [3] button is pressed.
2 Lower the [Enter] button to move the spotlight.
Point
· The efect function will be canceled and the spotlight will disappear when the [Esc] button
is pressed.
· The mouse cannot be used when the effect function is in progress.
Effect Function - 57
Bar
Draws a bar line on the image.
1 Press the [4] button to display the required cursor/stamp.
The selection will switch between three different bars whenever the [4] button is pressed.
2 Press the [Enter] button to set the end position.
Point
· The effect function will be canceled and the bar will disappear when the [Esc] button is
pressed.
· There are cases where the effect will be difficult to see depending on the color combination of the image's background and the bar. Amend the color of the bar in this event. (see
page 67)
· The mouse cannot be used when the effect function is in progress.
Canceling effects
1 Press the [5] button.
The box, bars and other effects will disappear.
58 - Effect Function
P in P Function
The video image will be displayed as a sub-screen inside the computer image or video image.
1 Press the [P in P] button.
Operation instructions will be displayed at the bottom left-hand side of the sub-screen situated at the top right-hand side of the main screen.
2 Press the [Enter] button on the remote control to move the position of the sub-screen.
3 Press the [E-Zoom] button to change the size of the sub-screen.
4 Press the [1] button to switch across to sub-screen sound.
Press the [2] button to return to the main-screen sound after the sound has been switched.
5 Press the [Enter] button to set the sub-screen display.
The operation guide in the bottom left-hand corner will be erased.
Point
· The sub-screen will be erased when the [PinP] button is pressed again.
· The computer image or video image will be displayed in the main screen and the video
image (Video, S-Video) will be displayed in the sub-screen, and the video image on the
sub-screen can be amended with the PinP settings. (see page 67)
· Switch the position, size, and sound of the sub-screen prior to fixing the sub-screen's display.
· The sub-screen can be switched between five different sizes.
P in P Function - 59
Volume Adjustment
The volume can be amended when sound is emitted from the projector speakers.
1 Press the [Volume+, -] button while pressing the [Shift] button([Volume+, -]button on
the remote control).
Power
Help
Menu
Esc
Esc
Sync.
i
Track ng
Keystone
Video
Tracking
Shift
Computer
- Volume +
Menu
Help
Comp1
Comp2/YCbCr
Video
A/V mute
S y n c.
Auto
Resize
P in P
Preset
Keystone
Resize
Volume
Shift
Volume
Point
Adjustment is not possible when no sound signals are being input.
60 - Volume Adjustment
- Volume +
Menu Configuration
The setup menu enables the various adjustments and settings to be made.
Menu items
The menus are split into top menus and sub menus and consist of a hierarchy structure. Also,
the image menu will differ in accordance with the input source (connected port).
Top menus
Position
Tracking
Sync.
Brightness
Contrast
Sharpness
Gamma
Dynamic
Resolution
Sub menus (image)
Adjustment
9999
99
0
0
0
:
:
:
:
:
:
Normal
Natural
Auto
Manual
:
[
Select
]
Select
Execute
Preset
Reset
● Menu items
Image menu · Computer (D-Sub 15/BNC)
Video
Audio
Effect
Setting
Capture
Advanced
About
Reset All
Position
Tracking
Sync.
Brightness
Contrast
Sharpness
Gamma
Dynamic
Resolution
Adjustment
9999
99
0
0
0
:
:
:
:
:
:
Normal
Natural
Auto
Manual
:
[
Video
Audio
Effect
Setting
Capture
Advanced
About
Reset All
:Enter
:Select
Position
Brightness
Contrast
Color
Tint
Sharpness
Gamma
Dynamic
Smooth Motion
Video Signal
Reset
:Enter
:
:
:
:
0
0
0
Normal
Natural
Execute
Select
]
:Select
Image menu · Video (Video/S-Video)
Video
Audio
Effect
Setting
Capture
Advanced
About
Reset All
Brightness
Contrast
Sharpness
Gamma
Dynamic
Reset
Select
Execute
Preset
Reset
:Select
Image menu · Computer (DVI-D)
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
Adjustment
0
0
0
0
0
Normal
Natural
ON
OFF
Select [Auto
Execute
:Enter
Image menu · Video (BNC)
Video
Audio
Effect
Setting
Capture
Advanced
About
Reset All
]
:Select
Position
Brightness
Contrast
Color
Tint
Sharpness
Gamma
Dynamic
Smooth Motion
Video Signal
Reset
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
Adjustment
0
0
0
0
0
Normal
Natural
ON
OFF
Select [Auto
Execute
]
:Enter
Point
· The items displayed on the image menu will differ in accordance with the projected input
source, and menus other than that belonging to the projected input source cannot be
adjusted. When the input source is switched with the menu displayed as it is, the menu
will be automatically switched to the one for the relevant input source.
· The image menu cannot be adjusted when no image signals are being input.
Menu Configuration - 61
Sound menu
Video
Audio
Effect
Setting
Capture
Advanced
About
Reset All
:Select
Volume
Treble
Bass
SRS SPACE
SRS CENTER
Reset
:
:
:
:
:
Effect menu
Video
Audio
Effect
Setting
Capture
Advanced
About
Reset All
0
0
0
0
0
Execute
:Select
:Enter
1 Cursor/Stamp
2 Box
3 Spotlight
4 Bar
Cursor Speed
Reset
:Enter
Setup menu
Video
Audio
Effect
Setting
Capture
Advanced
About
Reset All
:Select
Keystone
P in P
No-Sigual Msg.
Prompt
A/V Mute
BNC
DPMS
Reset
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
Capture menu
0
Composite
S-Video
OFF
Black Blue Logo
ON
OFF
Black Blue Logo
RGB YCbCr
ON
OFF
Execute
Video
Audio
Effect
Setting
Capture
Advanced
About
Reset All
:Select
:Enter
Advance settings menu
Video
Audio
Effect
Setting
Capture
Advanced
About
Reset All
:Select
Select [English]
Language
: ON
Startup Screen
OFF
: Auto
Color Setting
Manual
Comp2Sync Termination
: ON
: ON
Rear Proj.
OFF
: ON
Ceiling
OFF
Reset
Execute
User's Logo Capture
Execute
:Enter
Information menu
Select
OFF
Video
Audio
Effect
Setting
Capture
Advanced
About
Reset All
:Select
:Enter
:
Setting
Setting
Setting
Setting
L
M H
Execute
Lamp ON Time
Video Source
Frequency
Sync Polarity
Sync Mode
Resolution
Refresh Rate
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
9999 H
Computer
H 999. 99 KHz
V 999. 99 Hz
H Positive
V Negative
Sync On Green
9999x9999
999. 9 Hz
:Enter
The information menu displays the setup status of
the projected input source
All reset menu
Video
Audio
Effect
Setting
Capture
Advanced
About
Reset All
:Select
Execute
:Enter
Point
The lamp illumination time is displayed in units of 0H between 0 and 10 hours, and, in units
of 1 hour above 10 hours.
62 - Menu Configuration
Menu Operations
The menus can be operated from both the projector and the remote control unit.
Operation method
1 Press the [Menu] button.
The top menu will be displayed.
Power
Help
Menu
Esc
Esc
Sync.
Video
Tracking
Computer
Menu
i
Track ng
Menu
Menu
Help
Comp1
Comp2/YCbCr
Auto
Resize
P in P
Preset
Video
A/V mute
S y n c.
Keystone
Resize
- Volume +
Shift
Volume
2 Select the required item.
Press the [Sync +, -] button on the projector (lower the [Enter] button up or down on the
remote control unit) to select the required item.
Video
Audio
Effect
Setting
Capture
Advanced
About
Reset All
3 Set the selected item.
Press the [ (Enter)] button on the projector (the [Enter] button on the remote control
unit) to set the selected item.
The sub-menu will be displayed.
4 Then select the detailed sub item.
Press the [Sync +, -] button on the projector (lower the [Enter] button up or down on the
remote control unit) to select the sub item.
The items displayed on the image menu and information menu will differ in accordance
with the projected input source.
Select [English]
Language
: ON
Startup Screen
OFF
: Auto
Color Setting
Manual
Comp2Sync Termination
: ON
: ON
Rear Proj.
OFF
: ON
Ceiling
OFF
Reset
Execute
Select
OFF
Menu Operations - 63
5 Select the parameter value.
Press the [Tracking +, -] button on the projector (lower the [Enter] button left or right on
the remote control unit) to select the parameter value.
Select [English]
Language
: ON
Startup Screen
OFF
: Auto
Color Setting
Manual
Comp2Sync Termination
: ON
: ON
Rear Proj.
OFF
: ON
Ceiling
OFF
Reset
Execute
Select
OFF
Point
·
(Enter) is attached to the rear of the sub item names that execute the parameters and
continue onto the lower hierarchies. Press the [Enter] button to set this selection, and then
select the parameter setting again.
· Refer to the list of settings for further information on the function of each setting. (see
page 65)
6 Set all of the other items in the same way.
7 Press the [Menu] button.
The menu will end.
Point
· Press the [ESC] button to return to the previous menu in the hierarchy.
· The items displayed on the image menu will differ in accordance with the projected input
source, and menus other than that belonging to the projected input source cannot be
adjusted.
· Image menus cannot be adjusted when no image signals are being input.
· The last setup screen will be displayed when a menu is ended and then displayed again
(the same status as immediately prior to ending the menu with procedure #7.)
64 - Menu Operations
Setting items
Top
Menu
Video
Sub Menu
Function
Default Value
Position
Moves the image’s display position up, down, left and right.
Press the [Enter] button to make the required adjustments on
the adjustment screen displayed.
Center value
Tracking
Adjusts vertical stripes that appear on the Computer image.
Depends on the
connection
signals
Sync.
Adjusts disturbance, blurring and vertical noise that appears
on the Computer image.
· Disturbance and blurring may occur as a result of adjusting
the brightness and contrast.
· It is possible to regulate the vividness of the image by
adjusting the synchronization after adjusting the tracking.
0
Brightness
Adjusts the brightness of the image.
Center value
Contrast
Adjusts the contrast of the image.
Center value
Color
Adjusts the color depth of the image.
Center value
Tint
Adjusts the tint of the image.
Center value
Sharpness
Adjusts the sharpness of the image.
Center value
Gamma
Corrects the color vividness of the image.
Dynamic: Produces an image with clear color differences.
Suitable for displaying plans, etc.
Normal: Projects tint without correction.
Natural: Produces an image with natural tint. Suitable for
video images.
Normal
Resolution
Sets the input resolution.
Auto: Automatically adjusts the input resolution.
Manual: Press the [Enter] button and select the required setting from the input resolution selection menu displayed.
Audio
Preset
It is possible to save the current computer input signal
adjustment values (input resolution, tracking, synchronization signals, Brightness, Contrast, Sharpness, Gamma display position).
Press the [Enter] button and select the preset number under
which registration is to be performed from the preset selection menu displayed.
· The adjustment values registered under a preset number
represent the current status of the system. Ensure that the
optimum values have been set up before registering this
data.
· The preset adjustment values can be called out by pressing
the [Preset] button. (see page 48)
Not registered
Smooth Motion
Images, etc., will move smoothly when seen after this has
been set at [ON]. Set this at [OFF] if the colors appear to
flicker.
ON
Menu Operations - 65
Top
Menu
Video
Sound
Effect
Sub Menu
Function
Default Value
Video Signal
Sets the video signal method.
Press the [Enter] button and select the required setting from
the video signal method selection menu displayed.
· The video signal method will be automatically set up in the
[Auto] mode, but do not use the [Auto] mode for the PAL
system (60Hz).
Auto
Reset
Returns all image menu adjustment values to the default values.
Press the [Enter] button and then select [Yes] on the confirmation screen displayed.
· Select [Reset All] to return all image and sound values to the
default settings. (see page 69)
-
Volume
Adjusts the volume.
15
Treble
Adjusts the strength of the high tones.
Center value
Bass
Adjusts the strength of the low tones.
Center value
SRS Space
Adjusts the width of the sound.
2
SRS Center
Adjusts the depth of the sound.
2
Reset
Returns all sound menu adjustment values to the default values.
Press the [Enter] button and then select [Yes] on the confirmation screen displayed.
· Select [Reset All] to return all image and sound values to the
default settings. (see page 69)
-
Cursor/Stamp
Sets the shape, size, color and length of the cursor/stamps
allocated to the [1] button.
Press the [Enter] button and select the item to be displayed
from the cursor/stamp setup menu. The shape, size, color
and length conditions can be set by pressing button types 1
to 3 respectively (depending on the selected cursor shape,
size, color and length cannot be set up.)
· The [1] button executes the cursor/stamp function. The
cursor/stamp types will be switched between 1 and 3
sequentially for each time the [1] button is pressed. (see
page 56)
Individual
settings
between types 1
to 3
Box
Sets the use/non-use and shape of the color and shading of
Box allocated to the [2] button.
Press the [Enter] button and select the required item from the
Box setup menu.
· The [2] button executes the Box function. (see page 56)
Color: Magenta
Shading: No
Shape: Square
Spotlight
Sets the size of the spotlight allocated to the [3] button.
Press the [Enter] button and select the required item from the
spotlight setup menu.
· The [3] button executes the spotlight function. (see page 57)
Size: Medium
66 - Menu Operations
Top
Menu
Effect
Setting
Sub Menu
Function
Default Value
Bar
Sets the color, direction and width of the bar allocated to the
[4] button.
Press the [Enter] button and select the required item from the
bar setup menu. The color, direction and width can be
selected independently for each of the settings between 1
and 3.
· The [4] button executes the bar function. The bar types will
be switched between 1 and 3 sequentially for each time the
[4] button is pressed. (see page 58)
Individual
settings
between types 1
to 3
Cursor Speed
Selects the speed of Cursor.
L: Slow M:Medium H:Fast
M
Reset
Returns all effect menu adjustment values to the default values.
Press the [Enter] button and then select [Yes] on the confirmation screen displayed.
· Select [Reset All] to return all image and sound values to the
default settings. (see page 69)
-
Keystone
Adjusts trapezoid distortion.
· The screen will be reduced in size when trapezoid
correction has been performed.
· The status of trapezoid correction will be recorded. Perform
readjustments that match the installation position when the
projection position or angle have been changed.
· Reduce the sharpness if blurring occurs after trapezoid
correction. (see page 65)
Center value
P in P
Sets the input source for the P in P function’s sub-screen.
· The P in P function is executed by pressing the [PinP]
button. (see page 59)
Composite
No Signal Msg
The status for [No Image Signal Input] and other message
display.
· The user logo must be registered and set up before it can be
amended.
Blue
Prompt
Sets whether to display the input source on the screen or not.
ON
A/V Mute
Sets up the screen status for when the [A/V Mute] button is
pressed.
· User logos must be registered and set up before they can be
amended.
Black
BNC
Sets the mode for the input image signals connected to the
BNC port.
RGB: Enables RGB signals to be input.
YCbCr: Enables video signals to be input (YCbCr or YPbPr.)
RGB
Menu Operations - 67
Top
Menu
Setting
Sub Menu
Function
Default Value
Sleep Mode
Sets the energy-saving function for when no image signals
are being input. When this is set at [ON], projection will be
automatically ended and the projector will enter the sleep
mode if no image signals are input and no operations are
performed for a period of thirty minutes (the operation indicator will be illuminated in orange).
Press the [Power] button to restart projection.
ON
Reset
Returns all setting menu adjustment values to the default
values.
Press the [Enter] button and then select [Yes] on the confirmation screen displayed.
· Select [Reset All] to return all image and sound values to the
default settings. (see page 69)
-
Capture
User’s Logo
Capture
Registers user logos. (see page 70)
Press the [Enter] button and follow the instructions displayed on the confirmation screen.
· The saving procedure requires a certain amount of time to
complete. Do not attempt to operate the projector or the
equipment connected to the projector while this procedure
is running. Failure to observe this may result in damage.
· The size that can be registered is 400 x 300 dots.
· The display size will be adjusted when video images are
being projected.
Not registered
Adva
nced
Language
Sets the language with which messages are to be displayed.
Press the [Enter] button and select the required language
from the language selection menu displayed.
Japanese
Startup Screen
Displays the user logo during warm-up after the power has
been switched on.
· The user logo must be registered and set up before it can be
amended.
OFF
Color Setting
Adjusts the color temperature of the image.
Auto: Automatically adjusts the color settings.
Manual: Press the [Enter] button and select the required item
from the color setting menu displayed.
· Set the color temperature value to the yardstick value.
· The black level and white level settings are only used when
multiple projectors are used in the stack formation.
Auto
68 - Menu Operations
Top
Menu
Adva
nced
Sub Menu
Default Value
Comp2 Sync
Termination
Sets the Computer #2 termination mode to enable image processing from a Port.
On: Terminated in analog (75)
OFF: TTL input
· Usually used at [OFF]. Set at on with the switcher when
analog 75 termination is required.
OFF
Rear Proj.
Set at [ON] to project images onto a half-transparent screen
from the rear. The projected image will be inverted.
OFF
Ceiling
Set at [ON] to project images when suspended from the ceiling. The projected image can be be inverted from left to right
and up and down.
· The optional ceiling suspension unit is required to suspend
the projector from the ceiling. (see page 94)
OFF
Reset
Returns all advanced setting menu adjustment values to the
default values.
Press the [Enter] button and then select [Yes] on the confirmation screen displayed.
· Select [Reset All] to return all image and sound values to the
default settings.
-
(Displays the current settings)
-
Returns all items in the set-up menus to the default values.
Press the [Enter] button and then select [Yes] on the confirmation screen displayed.
· Execute the [Reset] function from each individual sub menu
to return the image and sound settings to the default values
for each menu.
· The User’s Logo Capture, Lamp ON Time, language and
BNC settings cannot be restored to the default values.
Perform the reset procedure after the lamp has been
replaced. (see page 91)
-
Information
Reset
all
Function
Execute
·
The image menu and information displayed will differ in accordance with the projected input
source, and Menus other than that belonging to the projected input source cannot be adjusted.
· The information menu displays the status of the input source settings being projected.
Menu Operations - 69
User logo registration
Registers the images currently displayed as the user logo.
1 Displays the image that is to be registered as the user logo.
2 Press the [Menu] button and select [Capture] - [Capture User Logo].
The confirmation screen will be displayed.
Video
Audio
Effect
Setting
Capture
Advanced
About
Reset All
:Select
User's Logo Capture
Execute
:Enter
3 Select [Yes] and then press the [
(Enter)] button on the main unit (the [Enter] button
on the remote control).
The image to be registered will be displayed.
User's Logo Capture
Do you use the present image
as a user's logo?
Yes
:Return
:Select
No
:Execute
4 Adjust the position of the image and then press the [
(the [Enter] button on the remote control).
The confirmation screen will be displayed.
:Return
70 - Menu Operations
/
:Select
:Execute
(Enter)] button on the main unit
5 Select [Yes] and then press the [
(Enter)] button on the main unit (the [Enter] button
on the remote control).
The enlargement setup screen will be displayed.
User's Logo Capture
Do you use this image?
Yes
:Return
:Select
No
:Execute
6 Select the enlargement rate and then press the [
(Enter)] button on the main unit (the
[Enter] button on the remote control).
The screen to confirm saving will be displayed.
User's Logo Capture
Set the zoom rate.
zoom rate :
100%
:Return
:Select
7 Select [Yes] and then press the [
200%
300%
:Execute
(Enter)] button on the main unit (the [Enter] button
on the remote control).
The image will be saved. Wait until the [saving completed] screen is displayed.
User's Logo Capture
Do you save the user's logo?
Yes
No
If you save it,
the previous user's logo
will be overwritten.
:Return
:Select
:Execute
Point
· A certain amount of time is required for the saving process. Do not operate the projector
or connected equipment while saving is in progress. Failure to observe this may result in
defects.
· The image size that can be registered is 400 x 300 dots.
· The display size will be amended when the video image is being projected.
Menu Operations - 71
Introduction of Projector Software
The projector software includes the following.
Outline of Projector Software
The various types of Projector Software available are explained below.
● EMP Link V
Enables the projector settings to be amended from the computer. This allows functions to be
allocated to the [Effect] button and user logos to be edited (refer to the EMP Link V Users’
Guide (PDF)).
72 - Introduction of Projector Software
Computer Connections
Establish a serial connection between the computer and projector when EMP Link V is being
used. The computer and projector can be connected together with serial.
Serial Connections
Caution
· Ensure that the power supply to the projector has been switched off before attempting to
establish the connection. Failure to observe this may result in equipment damage.
· Confirm the shape of the cable connector and the port before establishing the connection. If
connections are forced despite the connector and port being different shapes, it may result
in malfunctions and equipment damage.
Point
· Depending on the shape of the computer port, an adapter may be required for connection
purposes. Refer to the computer’s instruction manual for further details.
· The connected computer is used to amend the projector settings and to perform operations. Connect the computer that is required to output projection images to the Computer
#1 or Computer #2 port. (see page 25)
· Switch on the projector and ensure that the connection has been set up before using the
software.
● Windows Computers
Connect the projector’s Mouse/Com Port to the computer’s serial port with the use of the PC
Serial Cable and Main Cable supplied.
Mouse/Com Port
PC SERIAL
Serial Port
PC Serial Cable
(supplied with the projector)
Main Cable
(supplied with the projector)
Computer Connections - 73
● Macintosh Computers
Connect the projector’s Mouse/Com Port to the computer’s printer port or modem port with
the use of the Mac Serial Cable and main cable supplied.
Mouse/Com Port
MAC SERIAL
Printer port or
Modem port
Mac Serial Cable
(supplied with the projector)
74 - Computer Connections
Main Cable
(supplied with the projector)
Installation
This section explains how to install the EMP Link V.
Operating environment
Check the following to ensure that the software can operate on the computer in use.
● Windows Operating Environment
Windows
Operable computer
NEC PC98-NX series or DOS/V computers operating on the Windows 95/98/
NT4.0/2000 platform
CPU: Pentium133MHz or more
Available memory
capacity
32MByte or more (an additional 8MBytes when operating the Acrobat Reader)
Available hard disk
capacity
· EMP Link V /EMP Link PDF User’s Guide
5MByte or more
· Acrobat Reader
10MByte or more*
Display
Resolution of 16bit High Color (640x480) or more
20MByte or more is required for the Chinese and Korean languages.
● Macintosh Operating Environment
Macintosh
Operable computer
Operating on Apple Kanji Talk 7.5.5 or more
CPU: Power PC or more
Main memory
capacity
32MBytes or more (22MByte when operating the Acrobat Reader)
Available hard disk
capacity
· EMP Link V /EMP Link PDF User’s Guide
5MByte or more
· Acrobat Reader
8MByte or more*
Display
32000 Color (640 x 480) or more
15MByte or more is required for the Japanese language, and 25MByte or more is required for
the Korean language.
Installation - 75
Installation
This section explains how to install the software using the Windows 98 screens. Software installation into the Windows 95 platform follows the same procedure.
Point
The EMP Link V User’s Guide is stored on the CD-ROM in the PDF format. As Acrobat
Reader is required to read this, it is recommended that it is installed at the same time as
EMP Link V for computers that do not have this function.
● In the case of Windows
1 Start up Windows and set the CD-ROM in place.
The set-up program will start automatically.
Point
If the set-up program does not start automatically, open the [Specify and execute file name]
dialog box from the [Start] – [Specify and execute file name] menu, and enter [CD-ROM
drive name: \SETUP].
2 Select the language and the program to be installed and then press the [OK] button.
Installation will then commence. Proceed with all subsequent screens in accordance with
the instructions provided.
Point
The program can be un-installed by selecting [EMP Link V] from the [My Computer] – [Control Panel] – [Add and Delete Applications] menu and then executing [Add and Delete].
76 - Installation
● In the case of the Macintosh
1 Start up the Macintosh and then set the CD-ROM in place.
2 Double-click on the EMP Link Installer icon.
The set-up program will start up automatically.
3 Select the language and click on the [OK] button.
Proceed with all subsequent screens in accordance with the instructions provided.
Point
Drag the [EMP LinkV] folder and [EMP LinkV] contained in [System] – [Default Settings]
into the trash can to un-install the program.
Reading the User’s Guide
● In the case of Windows
Select [Start] – [Programs] – [EMP Link V] – [User’s Guide] to open the file.
● In the case of the Macintosh
Double click on the [User’s Guide] icon contained within the [EMP LinkV] folder to open the
file.
Installation - 77
Troubleshooting
When you think you have a problem, first of all check the Indicators on the projector.
The projector is fitted with Operation Indicator, Lamp Indicator and Temperature Indicator to
advise the user of the projector’s status.
Operation Indicator
Lamp Indicator
Temperature Indicator
Operation Indicator
Indicator Status
Cause
Recovery or Status
Reference
Page
Illuminated in
Orange
Stand-by status
(Not an error)
Projection will be started when the [Power]
button is pressed.
39
Blinking in
Orange
Cool-down procedure in progress
(Not an error)
· Wait for a moment. The acount of time for the
projector to cool down (cooling the lamp) will
depend on the external temperature, etc.
· The [Power] button cannot be used during
the cool-down period. This will be
illuminated in orange once the cool-down
process has been completed, so press the
button once more then.
46
Illuminated in
Green
Projection in
progress
(Not an error)
40
Blinking in
Green
Warm-up in
progress
(Not an error)
· Wait for a moment.
· The amount of time required for the warm-up
procedure is approximately 30 seconds.
· The green lamp will stop blinking and
become illuminated once the warm-up
procedure has been completed.
40
Illuminated in
Red
Internal error
Cease operations, remove the Power Plug from
the socket and contact your dealer or nearest
adress provided at page 104 and request
repairs.
78 - Troubleshooting
Indicator Status
Extinguished
Cause
The power is not
switched on
Recovery or Status
Reference
Page
The power is not switched on.
· Check to ensure that the lamp or fan are
correctly attached if the lamp has been
replaced. If the lamp or fan are not correctly
attached, the projector will assume the same
status as if the power has not been switched
on.
· Check the power cord connection.
Check the power supply to the socket.
39
Lamp Indicator
Indicator Status
Cause
Recovery and Status
Reference
Page
Blinking in Red
Lamp error
· Replace with a new lamp (ELPLP11).
· If the lamp is broken, take care to avoid injury
and contact your nearest adress provided at
page 104 to request repairs (images cannot be
projected unless the lamp is replaced).
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Blinking in
Orange
Nearing the time
for replacing the
lamp
Prepare a new lamp. It is recommended that
the lamp is replaced as soon as possible, as
there are cases where the time for replacement
is earlier than stated in the conditions of usage.
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Extinguished
(Not an error)
The power has not been switched on or normal projection is in progress.
Temperature Indicator
Indicator Status
Illuminated in
Red
Blinking in Red
Cause
Excesive internal
temperature
(overheating)
Internal error
Recovery and Status
Reference
Page
· Use the projector within the permissible
temperature range of between 5 degrees
Celsius and 40 degrees Celsius.
· Install the projector in a well-ventilated place
and ensure that the ventilation inlet and
outlet are not blocked.
· Clean the Air Filter.
· Switch the lamp off when the red lamp is
illuminated to reduce the temperature inside
the projector.
22
89
Cease operations, remove the Power Plug
from the socket and contact your dealer or
nearest adress provided at page 104 and
request repairs.
Troubleshooting - 79
Indicator Status
Blinking in
Orange
Cause
Recovery and Status
High-temperature
cooling in progress
(This is not an error, but the projector will
automatically cease operating if the temperature increases any further.)
· Use the projector within the permissible
temperature range of between 5 degrees
Celsius and 40 degrees Celsius.
· Install the projector in a well-ventilated place
and ensure that the ventilation inlet and
outlet are not blocked.
· Clean the Air Filter.
Extinguished
Reference
Page
22
89
(Not an error)
The power has not been switched on or normal projection is in progress.
Point
· Refer to the section on [When the Indicators Provide No Help] on the following page if the
Indicators appear normal but the projected image is defective.
· Contact your dealer if an Indicator status not covered by the above table is apparent.
80 - Troubleshooting
When the Indicators Provide No Help
Refer to each relevant item if the following situations arise but the indicators provide no help.
· The image is not projected
page 81
· No sound
page 86
· The image is unclear
page 83
· The remote control won’t work
page 86
· The image is cut up (Large)/Small page 84
· Cannot end
page 87
· The image color is bad
page 85
· The EMP Link V will not function
page 87
· The image is dark
page 85
The image is not projected
● Nothing is displayed
● Is the Lens Cover still in place?
see page 39
● Has the power been switched off and then on immediately?
Nothing is displayed
●
●
●
●
●
●
The [Power] button will not operate after projection has been
finished (during the cooling down procedure). The [Power] button
will work again after the cooling down process Projection lamp
cooling operations: the operation indicator is illuminated in orange
has been completed.
see page 46
Is the Sleep Mode set at ON?
When the sleep mode has been set at [ON], the lamp will be
automatically extinguished if no operations occur and no signals are
input for a period of thirty minutes.
see page 68
Did you press the [Power] button?
see page 40
Has the brightness of the image been correctly adjusted?
see page 65
Is the system in the [A/V Mute] mode?
see page 52
Perform the reset procedure.
see page 69
Is the input image completely black?
There are cases where input images will become completely black
owing to screen savers, etc.
Are image signals being input?
No message will be displayed if the [Menu] - [Settings] - [No Signal
Display] parameter is set at OFF. Set this to black or blue to display
the message.
Refer to the relevant items when the message is displayed.
(see page 82)
When the Indicators Provide No Help - 81
● Messages
● Is the resolution of the image signal output from the computer
●
[Not Supported]
will be displayed
●
●
[No Signal]
will be displayed
●
●
●
●
●
higher than UXGA (1,600 x 1,200)?
see page 25
Check to ensure that the mode supports the frequency of the image
signals output from the computer.
Refer to the computer’s instruction manual to discover how to amend
the resolution and frequency of the image signals output from the
computer.
see page 25
Have the cables been connected correctly?
see page 25
Has the correct image input port been selected for the connection?
Press the [Computer] or [Video] buttons on the projector ([Comp1],
[Comp2/YCbCr] [Video] on the remote control) to switch the image.
see page 41
Has the power supply to the connected computer or video
equipment been switched on?
see page 42
Are image signals being output from the connected computer or
video equipment?
Note-type and liquid crystal type computers must output image
signals to the projector.
Image signals are not output externally simply because they are
output to the LCD screen under normal conditions, so the setting
must be switched to external output.
There are models for which image signals are not output to the LCD
screen when output externally.
see page 25
Is 5BNC being input and the [Menu] − [Setting] − [BNC] parameter
set at [YcrCb]?
Set to [RGB].
see page 29
Is [Component Video (color difference)] being input and the
[Menu] − [Setting] − [BNC] parameter set at [RGB]?
Set to [YCrCb].
see page 36
82 - When the Indicators Provide No Help
The image is unclear
● Has the focus been set correctly?
see page 47
● Has the projection angle been increased by adjusting the feet?
●
· The screen is
blurred.
· Focus can only be
attained in certain
areas.
●
●
●
●
●
There are cases where the vertical focus is difficult to align if the
projection angle is too large.
Is the projection distance suitable?
The recommended projection distance range is between 1.1m and
14.6m. Locate the projector within this distance range.
see page 23
Is the lens soiled?
see page 24
Is the projection light shining at right angles onto the screen?
see page 88
Is the lens fogged?
Condensation will form on the surface of the lens when the projector
is suddenly brought into a warm room from a cold room, and this
may lead to the image seeming blurred. In this event, switch the
power off and leave the unit to stand for a while.
Has the [Sync., Tracking and Position] been adjusted?
The image can be adjusted by regulating the [Tracking] and [Sync]
buttons on the projector while monitoring the image on screen.
Adjustments can also be made by opening the [Menu].
see page 48, 65
Has the signal format setting for the image been set correctly?
· In the case of computer images:
Set the signal format with [Menu] − [Image] − [Resolution]. There are
cases where the image signals being input cannot be determined in
the [Auto] mode.
see page 65
· In the case of video images:
Select the video signal format with [Menu] − [Advanced] − [Video
Signal]. There are cases where the video image signals being input
cannot be determined in the [Auto] mode.
see page 66
When the Indicators Provide No Help - 83
● Has the cable been connected correctly?
see page 25, 35
● Is the selected resolution correct?
· The image is
disturbed.
· Noise appears
Align the computer with the signals supported by the projector. Refer
to the computer’s instruction manual for details on how to amend the
signals.
see page 25
● Has the [Sync., Tracking and Position] been adjusted?
The image can be adjusted by regulating the [Tracking] and [Sync]
buttons on the projector while monitoring the image on screen.
Adjustments can also be made by opening the [Menu].
see page 48, 65
● Has the cable length been extended?
There are cases where noise will occur if the cable length is extended.
● Has the signal format setting for the image been set correctly?
· In the case of computer images:
Set the signal format with [Menu] − [Image] − [Resolution]. There are
cases where the image signals being input cannot be determined in
the [Auto] mode.
see page 65
· In the case of video images:
Select the video signal format with [Menu] − [Image] − [Video Signal
Format]. There are cases where the video image signals being input
cannot be determined in the [Auto] mode.
see page 66
The image is cut up (Large)/Small
● There is a possibility that the [Resize] setting has not been correctly
· The image is cut
up
· The image is small
selected.
Press the [Resize] button.
see page 53
● Has the [Position] been adjusted?
Adjust with [Menu] − [Image] − [Position].
see page 65
● Is the selected resolution correct?
Align the computer with the signals supported by the projector. Refer
to the computer’s instruction manual for details on how to amend the
signals.
see page 25
● Amend the resolution for note-type and liquid crystal type
computers.
Either amend the resolution so that the display fills the entire screen,
or set the image signals so that only external output is possible.
see page 25
84 - When the Indicators Provide No Help
The image color is bad
● Has the image brightness been correctly adjusted?
see page 65
● Have the cables been connected correctly?
see page 25, 35
● Has the contrast been correctly adjusted?
see page 65
● Has the color setting been correctly adjusted?
see page 68
● Have the color density and tint been correctly adjusted?
(The display on the computer monitor or the liquid crystal screen will
not always match up with the tint of the image, but this is not an
abnormality.)
see page 65
● Is it time to replace the lamp?
If the Lamp Indicator is blinking, it means that the time to replace the
lamp is drawing near. When the time to replace the lamp draws near,
the image will appear dark and the tint will deteriorate. In this event,
replace the lamp with a new one.
see page 91
The image is dark
● Is it time to replace the lamp?
If the Lamp Indicator is blinking, it means that the time to replace the
lamp is drawing near. When the time to replace the lamp draws near,
the image will appear dark and the tint will deteriorate. In this event,
replace the lamp with a new one.
see page 91
● Has the image brightness been correctly adjusted?
see page 65
● Has the contrast been correctly adjusted?
see page 65
When the Indicators Provide No Help - 85
No sound
● Has the sound input been connected correctly?
see page 31, 35
● Has the image for which sound is required been selected?
see page 41
● Is sound being emitted from connected equipment?
Confirm the sound from connected equipment, etc.
Has the volume been turned right down?
see page 60
● Has the [A/V Mute] function been left on?
There is a possibility that the [A/V Mute] mode is in effect.
Press the [A/V Mute] button, adjust the volume, or display the menu
to cancel the [A/V Mute] status.
see page 52
The remote control won’t work
● Is the [R/C ON OFF] switch on the remote control on?
see page 40
Power
Freeze
● Is the remote control being aimed in the correct direction?
A/V Mute
R/C ON
OFF
E-Zoom
3
4
5
1
2
Enter
Esc
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
The operable range of the remote control unit is 30° to the left and
right, and 15° up and down.
see page 20
Is the distance between the remote control and the projector too
great?
The operable distance of the remote control unit is approximately
10m.
see page 20
Is the remote control receiver connected and the remote control
being aimed at the projector?
Is the light-receiving area on the remote control blocked?
Has the remote control light-receiving area been subject to direct
sunlight, flourescent light or any other strong light source?
Have the batteries been mounted in place?
see page 21
Have the batteries run out?
Have the batteries been mounted back to front?
see page 21
86 - When the Indicators Provide No Help
Cannot end (after the [Power] button has been pressed)
● Is the Operation Indicator illuminated in orange?
OFF
The projector has been designed so that the Operation Indicator is not
extinguished even when the power has been switched off.
The Operation Indicator will be extinguished when the Power Plug
has been disconnected from the socket.
● The fan will not cease operations.
The cool-down process (to allow the projector lamp to cool down; the
operation indicator will blink in orange) will be performed after the
power has been switch off by pressing the [Power] button. The
operation indicator will be illuminated in orange when this has been
completed, so remove the power plug from the socket at this point.
*The amount of time required for the cool-down process will depend
on the external temperature.
EMP Link V will not function
● Are the connection settings correct?
Select a COM port number that is not being used by a printer or
modem.
● Have the cables been connected correctly?
● Were the connections established with the power supply switched
off?
● Is the signal extension cord too long?
● Did installation end normally?
Re-install if not.
● Has the power supply to the projector been switched on?
Reboot the computer.
Point
If an abnormality remains after checking the results of the above inspections, disconnect
the Power Plug from the socket and consult with your dealer.
When the Indicators Provide No Help - 87
Cleaning the Projector, Cleaning the Lens,
Cleaning the Air Filter
Clean the projector if it becomes soiled or if the quality of the projected images deteriorate.
Please clean the air filter about every 100 hours of operation.
Warning
· Personnel other than qualified servicemen must never open the projector. Many high-voltage parts are contained inside the cover that may cause electric shocks. Contact your dealer
or your nearest adress provided at page 104 to request internal inspections, repairs, adjustments, cleaning and other tasks.
· Exercise caution when handling the Power Plug and Power Connector. Mishandling may
result in the outbreak of fire and electric shocks. Observe the following when handling the
Power Plug.
· Do not connect plugs or connectors that have become dirty or have foreign matter adhering to them.
· Ensure that the plugs and connectors are firmly inserted in the relevant sockets as far as
they will go.
· Never attempt to connect plugs and connectors with wet hands.
Caution
· Never attempt to remove the lamp immediately after use.
Failure to observe this may result in burns or other injuries. Allow the projector to cool
down for at least sixty minutes after the power supply has been switched off.
· Disconnect the Power Plug and Power Connector from their sockets when carrying out
maintenance tasks. Failure to observe this may result in electric shocks.
Switch off the power supply and disconnect the Power Cord prior to cleaning any part of the
projector.
Cleaning the projector
· Gently wipe the soiled parts of the projector with a soft cloth.
· When the soiling is severe, wipe the area with a cloth moistened with a medium-strenth
cleaning agent diluted with water, and then gently wipe it with a dry cloth.
Never use wax, Benzene, thinner or other active agents. Failure to observe this may result in
damage or paint peeling from the casing.
Cleaning the lens
Clean the lens with an air-blower (available on the open market) and special lens cleaning
paper. The surface of the lense is easily damaged, so exercise extreme caution and avoid using
anything other than soft materials.
88 - Cleaning the Projector, Cleaning the Lens, Cleaning the Air Filter
Cleaning the Air Filter
Air ventilation will deteriorate and the internal temperature of the projector will rise if the Air
Filter becomes blocked with dirt and dust, and this may result in damage.
Ensure that the projector is stood on its end and the Air Filter cleaned with a vacuum cleaner to
prevent the dirt and dust from penetrating inside.
Point
· If it is no longer possible to remove the dirt from the Air Filter or it begins to crack, it is time
to replace it. Contact your dealer in this event.
· A replacement air filter is packaged with the replacement lamp. Replace the Air Filter at
the same time as replacing the lamp.
Cleaning the Projector, Cleaning the Lens, Cleaning the Air Filter - 89
Replacing the Air Filter
Replacement method
1 Switch off the power supply, allow the projector to cool down, and then disconnect the
Power Cord.
The amount of time required for the projector to cool down will depend on the surrounding temperature.
2 Remove the Air Filter.
Point
Ensure that the projector is stood on its end when replacing the Air Filter to prevent the dirt
and dust from penetrating inside.
3 Set a new Air Filter in place.
Point
Insert the clips before pressing on the catch to set the air filter in place.
90 - Replacing the Air Filter
Replacing the Lamp
Replace the lamp at the following times (model number: ELPLP11).
When a message stating [Lamp Replace] is displayed for thirty seconds after
the start of projection
Lamp Replace
When the lamp indicator is blinking in orange
The lamp indicator will blink in orange.
When the brightness and picture quality has deteriorated below the initial
levels
Point
· Replace the lamp when it will not light up even if it is not time for replacement.
· Replace the lamp as quickly as possible after the message has been displayed to maintain the initial brightness levels and picture quality.
· The replacement message has been set at approximately 2,000 hours of use in order to
maintain the initial brightness levels and picture quality.
· Although the replacement message is displayed after approximately 2,000 of use, there
are cases where the individual characteristics of each lamp and other usage conditions
result in it not lighting up before this 2,000 hours has elapsed. For this reason, always prepare a replacement lamp well in advance.
· Replacement lamps are available from Epson OA Supplies Inc.
· Order your lamps from freedial (0120) 251-528 or purchase them from your nearest
Epson dealer.
Replacing the Lamp - 91
Replacement method
1 Switch off the power supply, allow the projector to cool down, and then disconnect the
Power Cord.
The amount of time required for the projector to cool down will depend on the surrounding temperature.
2 Once the projector has cooled down sufficiently, remove the Fan.
· Approximately sixty minutes are required for the projector to cool down sufficiently.
· Remove the two screws holding the Fan in place.
3 Withdraw the lamp.
Loosen the three screws holding the lamp in place, and then pull the lamp out towards
you.
4 Attach a new lamp.
Align the direction, push the lamp in as far as it will go, and then secure it in place with
the three screws.
92 - Replacing the Lamp
5 Attach the Fan.
Align the direction, insert the fan, and then secure it in place with the two screws.
Point
· Ensure that the lamp has been firmly secured in place. For safety reasons, this projector
has been designed so that the power supply is automatically disconnected when the fan
is removed. It will not be possible to switch on the power supply unless the lamp and Fan
have been properly fitted.
· A replacement Air Filter is packaged with the replacement lamp. Replace the Air Filter at
the same time as replacing the lamp.
· Ensure that the lamp illumination time is reset in accordance with the following procedure
after the lamp has been replaced with a new one.
Resetting the lamp illumination time
1
Press the [Help] button for five or more consecutive seconds.
The screen for resetting the lamp's illumination time will be displayed after the help menu
has been displayed.
Power
Help
Menu
Esc
Esc
Sync.
Video
i
Track ng
Computer
Help
Tracking
Help
Help
Comp1
Comp2/BNC
Video
A/V mute
S y n c.
Keystone
Resize
Menu
Auto
Resize
P in P
Preset
- Volume +
Volume
Shift
2 Select [Yes]
Press the [Tracking +, -] on the main unit (lower the [Enter] button on the remote control
unit) and select [Yes].
Reset Lamp ON Time
Do you reset the Lamp ON Time?
Yes
:Select
No
:Execute
3 Execution
Press the [
(Enter)] button on the main unit or the [Enter] button on the remote control
unit to execute the process.
Replacing the Lamp - 93
Optional Parts
The following optional parts are available for purchase in accordance with your needs.
■ Spare Lamp (ELPLP11)
■ Image Presentation (ELPDC03)
It is recommended that the spare lamp is purchased
Used when projecting paper, OHP documents and
prior to actual need (packaged together with an air fil- slides.
ter and screw driver).
■ 60-inch Screen (ELPSC07)
■ 80-inch Screen (ELPSC08)
■ Portable Screen (ELPSC06)
50-inch
■ Dual Stacker (ELPMB04)
■ Ceiling Plate (ELPFC03)
Used to adjust the height of the ceiling mount.
■ Ceiling Mount (ELPMB06: Silver)
Used for attaching the projector to the ceiling.
■ Pipe
370 (ELPFP01: Black)
(ELPFP04: Silver)
570 (ELPFP02: Black)
(ELPFP05: Silver)
770 (ELPFP03: Black)
(ELPFP06: Silver)
(370mm)
(570mm)
(770mm)
■ Ceiling Bracket (ELPFC02)
Used when the stacker is to be suspended from the
ceiling.
94 - Optional Parts
■ Remote Control Receiver Kit (ELPST04)
The attachment for connecting the remote control
unit to the receiver.
■ Mac Adapter Set (ELPAP01)
Used to connect Macintosh computer to the projector.
Desktop adapter
■ Hard Travel Case (ELPKS15)
The surface is made of strong, hard plastic to enable
the projector to be carried on board aircraft as cabin
baggage.
Monitor adapter
■ Computer Cable
Used when connecting a computer to the projector.
Mini D-Sub 15pin/Mini D-Sub 15 pin
ELPKC 02 (1.8 m: Same as the one supplied)
ELPKC 09 (3.0m)
■ Digital Video Cable
Use this cable when connecting a computer which
can output digital signals to this unit’s digital port.
DVI-D/DVI-D
ELPKC20 (3.0m)
DVI-D/DFP
ELPKC21 (3.0m)
Optional Parts - 95
Transportation
The projector contains many glass and precision parts. Ensure that the following precautions
are observed to prevent the projector from being damaged by impact during transportation.
● When sending the projector to the manufacturer for repairs, etc.
· Use the box in which the projector was packed at the time of purchase.
· If the box is no longer available, protect the projector by wrapping it in shock-proof material
to prevent impact, and then place it in a strong cardboard box for transportation purposes.
● When transporting repeatedely
· Place the projector in the optional Hard Travel Case (ELPKS15) and clearly mark that it is a
precision instrument for the delivery people, and then request transportation.
· It is recommended that the [Handle With Care] stickers are attached to the Hard Travel Case
during transportation.
● When carrying by hand
· Use the optional Hard Travel Case (ELPKS15).
* When traveling by air, arrange for the projector to be carried inside the cabin.
* Note that the warranty does not cover any damage to the equipment caused by the user when
transporting the projector.
96 - Transportation
Terminology
This section provides simple explanations for the terminology used within the manual, items
for which explanations are not available, and other complex processes.
A/V Mute
Temporarily erases the image and sound. The sound and image can be muted
by pressing the [A/V Mute] button on the projector. Press the [A/V Mute]
button once again or adjust the volume or display the menu to cancel the mute
mode.
DVI-D port
The input port that supports DVI ratings and that is one of the types of compression/playback technologies for digital audio.
D output port
The output port for digital tuners that support the new digital broadcasts
within Japan.
Remote port
Enables the optional remote control receiver to be connected so that multiple
items of equipment can be operated with a remote control unit.
SRS
The three-dimensional acoustic system. This enables wide and deep sound to
be listened to. These are adjusted with the [Space] (wide) and [Center] (deep)
buttons.
SVGA
IBM PC/AT compatible (DOS/V equipment) signals with 800 horizontal pixels and 600 vertical pixels.
SXGA
IBM PC/AT compatible (DOS/V equipment) signals with 1,280 horizontal
pixels and 1,024 vertical pixels.
Sync(synchronization)
Outputs computer signals at a pre-determined frequency. The image will not
be projected clearly unless this frequency is aligned with the frequency of the
projector. Aligning the signal phasing is known as synchronization. Projected
images will be subject to distrubance, blurring and horizontal noise if not synchronized.
VGA
IBM PC/AT compatible (DOS/V equipment) signals with 640 horizontal pixels and 480 vertical pixels.
XGA
IBM PC/AT compatible (DOS/V equipment) signals with 1,024 horizontal
pixels and 768 vertical pixels.
USB
An abbreviation for Universal Serial Bus. This is an interface for connecting
comparitively low frequency equipment to the computer.
UXGA
IBM PC/AT compatible (DOS/V equipment) signals with 1,600 horizontal
pixels and 1,200 vertical pixels.
Color temperature
The temperature of the subject that emits light. A blue hue is attained when
the color temperature is high, and a red hue is attained when the color temperature is low.
Color differential signal
Video equipment transmits signals through three cables as Red-Bright (R-Y),
Bright (Y) and Blue-Bright (B-Y). This enables the composite signals (the red,
green and blue signals and their brightness signals are transmitted along one
cable) to be projected more clearly.
Operating system
The software necessary to operate the computer. The EMP Link V supplied
with the projector operates the computers with the use of the Windows 95
(Japanese version) operating system, the Windows 98 (Japanese version) operating system, the Windows NT 4.0 (Japanese version) operating system, the
Windows 2000 (Japanese version) operating system, and the Macintosh Kanji
Talk 7.5.5 or higher operating systems.
Terminology - 97
Cool-down
A lamp cooling procedure continues to operate even after the power supply
has been switched off and the lamp extinguished. The cooling fan will begin
to operate when the lamp is entinguished, and button operations will not
longer be possible. This period is known as the cooling down period. The
amount of time required for the cooling down procedure will differ in accordance with the surrounding temperature.
Contrast
By strengthening or weakening the tone of the colors, it is possible to project
characters and pictures more clearly and attain a softer tint. This is known as
contrast adjustment.
Stack projection
Refers to the simultaneous duplicate projection of images with the use of multiple projectors in order to increase projection image brightness.
Theft-protection lock
A threft-proof cable (available on the open market) is passed through the
holes on the projector case to secure it to a desk or column. These holes support the Micro-Saver Security System manufactuered by Kensington Inc. The
agency for this product within Japan is listed below.
Japan Poloroid Inc., Electronic Images Division
30th Mori Bldg., 3-2-2 Toranomon, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-8456
Tel: 03-3438-8879 Fax: 03-5473-1630
Synchronization(Sync)
Outputs computer signals at a pre-determined frequency. The image will not
be projected clearly unless this frequency is aligned with the frequency of the
projector. Aligning the signal phasing is known as synchronization. Projected
images will be subject to distrubance, blurring and horizontal noise if not synchronized.
Tracking
Outputs computer signals at a pre-determined frequency. The image will not
be projected clearly unless this frequency is aligned with the frequency of the
projector. Aligning the signal frequency is known as tracking. Projected
images will be subject to distrubance, blurring and horizontal noise if not synchronized.
98 - Terminology
Specifications
Product Name
Multi-Media Projector
Model
EMP-9100/9100NL
External Dimensions
Width 303 × Height 147 × Depth 389 mm(excluding the lens and feet)
Panel Size
1.3-inch (Width 27mm × Height 20mm × Corner-to-corner 34 mm)
Display Emthod
Poly-silicone TFT
Drive Method
Full-line 24-phase block sequential writing
Pixel Count
4,196,352 (Horizontal 1,366 × Vertica1,024 pixels × 3)
Focus Adjustment
Manual
Zoom Adjustment
Manual (approximately 1:1.4)
Lamp (light
source)
UHE lamp model: ELPLP11 rated 220W
Maximum
Sound Output
3W × 2 stereo
Speakers
2
Power Supply
AC100V 50/60Hz approximately 360W, 8.5W during power-saving
100-120VAC 50/60Hz 4A
200-240VAC 50/60Hz 2A
Temperature
range during
use
+5 +40(with no condensation)
Temperature
range during
storage
-10+60(with no condensation)
Weight
Approximately 8.3kg
Connection
ports
Computer #1 port
Connection
ports
Single-system mini D-Sub 15pin(female)/ DVI-D portport (switch)
Monitor Out port
Single-system mini D-Sub 15pin(female)
Audio #1 port (for use with
Computer #1)
S-Audio/Audio2 port
Single-system Stereo mini-jack
(For use with S-Video /
Computer2)
Single-system RCA pin jack × (L, R)
L-Audio-R port (for video
use)
Single-system RCA pin jack × (L, R)
Mouse/Com port
Single-system DIN 13pin
BNC connection port
Single-system 5BNC(female)
Video port
Single-sysem RCA pin jack
S-Video port
Single-system mini DIN 4pin
Remote port
Single-system Stereo mini-jack
Stack Out port
Single-system DIN 13pin
Specifications - 99
Check Sheet
Kindly take a copy of the check sheet and fill out the relevant items before contacting us in
order to provide us with derails on the systems of the trouble that has occurred with your
projector.
● Images
Menu
Inquiry details
❒ The power supply cannot be switched on
❒ Nothing is displayed on the screen
The image breaks up or is too small
❒ An area on which nothing is displayed exists
❒ The image is smaller than the screen
❒ The screen is distorted into a trapezoid shape
❒ Certain dots are missing
❒ A message is displayed
❒ NO SIGNAL
❒ The image signals are not being input
❒ The projector is not able to receive the
signals
The image is not clear
❒ The image is blurred or cannot be focused.
❒ Stripes are displayed
❒ Flickering
❒ Certain characters are missing
❒ Blue screen (blue back)
❒ Projection pattern
❒ Logo (the message is not displayed)
The color or the image is bad or too dark
❒ Dark
❒ The color is bad or dark (computer)
❒ The color is bad or dark (video)
❒ The color is different on a TV and CRT
❒ The menu is displayed
Setup
❒ Sleep Mode ON
❒ Information (computer)
Lamp ON Time
H
Frequency
H
Hz
SYNC polarity H ❒ Positive ❒ Negative
V ❒ Positive ❒ Negative
SYNC mode
❒ Separate ❒ Composite
❒ Sync on Green
Input resolution
X
Refresh sheet
Hz
❒ Information (video)
Lamp ON Time
H
Video signal system ❒ AUTO
❒ NTSC
❒ Others
Describe the problem
EMP
Serial number
Purchasing time
Year,
month
Indicator
(Describe the color of the indicator lamps and
the status of illumination and blinking)
Operation
Lamp
Temperature
Computer settings (screen property)
❒ LCD display exists
Resolution
X
Refresh sheet
Hz
❒ Computer
Win • MAC • EWS
Manufacturer's name(
Model (
)
Note, desktop, single unit
Panel resolution(
X
Video board
(
❒
❒
❒
Connector
❒ Is it plugged in firmly?
❒ Computer
❒ D-Sub15 pin
❒ BNC
❒ DVI-D
❒ Video
❒ Composite
❒ S port
❒ Component
Connector
❒ Is it plugged in firmly?
)
Power cable
❒ Is it plugged in firmly?
❒ Power switch on
)
)
❒ Video equipment
Video, DVD, camera
Manufacturer's name
(
)
Model(
)
Computer cable
❒ Specially designed
❒ Length
m
Model number(
)
❒ Wiring, additional equipment
Model number(
)
❒ Switching unit
Model number(
)
Always occurs when _______ is performed, etc.
Time of occurrence ❒ Before use. ❒ Immediately after the start of usage. ❒ During usage. ❒ Other.(
Frequency of occurrence ❒ Always. ❒ Sometimes ( __ times per __ usage). ❒ Other.(
100 - Check Sheet
)
)
● Sound
Inquiry details
❒
❒
❒
❒
Menu
No sound can be heard
The volume is too low
The sound breaks up
A different sound is emitted
❒ The menu is displayed
Sound
❒ Volume(
)
EMP
Serial number
Purchasing time
Year,
month
Connector
❒ Is it plugged in firmly?
❒ Is the sound emitted when
connected to external speakers?
❒ Computer
Win • MAC • EWS
Manufacturer's name(
Model (
)
❒ Is the sound set for output?
)
❒ Video equipment
Video, DVD, camera
Manufacturer's name
(
)
Model(
)
❒ Audio cable
❒ A/V cable
❒ Specially designed
❒ Length
m
Model number(
)
❒ Wiring, additional equipment
Model number(
)
❒ Switching unit
Model number(
)
Sound input connector
❒ Is it plugged in firmly?
❒ Stereo mini video
❒ Audio1(Computer1)
❒ Audio2(Computer2)
❒ RCA pin
❒ S
❒ Composite
Image input connector
❒ Computer
❒ Computer1
❒ Computer2/BNC
❒ Video
❒ S
❒ Composite
❒ Component (BNC)
Always occurs when _______ is performed, etc.
Time of occurrence ❒ Before use. ❒ Immediately after the start of usage. ❒ During usage. ❒ Other.(
Frequency of occurrence ❒ Always. ❒ Sometimes ( __ times per __ usage). ❒ Other.(
)
)
Check Sheet - 101
● Remote control unit, wireless mouse, EMP-Link
Inquiry details
❒ The remote control unit cannot be used
❒ The remote mouse cannot be used
❒ The EMP-Link cannot be used
Menu
❒ Advanced settings for the menu displayed
with the use of the remote control unit
❒ 1↔2
EMP
Serial number
Purchasing time
Year,
month
Is the remote control receiver blocked?
Computer
Win • MAC • EWS • 98(NEC)
Manufacturer's name(
)
Model (
)
❒ Is the mouse set for use?
❒ PS/2
❒ Serial mouse
❒ USB
❒ ADB
❒ 98(NEC)
❒ Is the serial port set for use?
❒ Has the EMP-Link been installed
and started up?
❒ Reboot the computer
Connector
❒ Is it plugged in firmly?
❒ Mouse
❒ PS/2
❒ Serial mouse
❒ USB
❒ ADB
❒ 98(NEC)
❒ Serial
(when EMP-Link is in use)
Connector
❒ Computer1 ❒ Computer2/BNC
❒ Mouse/Com
❒ Is a cable connected to the
remote control connector?
Main mouse cable
❒ Specially designed
❒ Length
m
Model number(
❒ Switching unit
Model number(
Remote control unit
❒ Has the power supply been switched on?
❒ Have the batteries been inserted correctly?
❒ Move closer to the projector's remote
control light-receiving area and try again.
)
)
Always occurs when _______ is performed, etc.
Time of occurrence ❒ Before use. ❒ Immediately after the start of usage. ❒ During usage. ❒ Other.(
Frequency of occurrence ❒ Always. ❒ Sometimes ( __ times per __ usage). ❒ Other.(
102 - Check Sheet
)
)
World-Wide Warranty Terms
This product includes a world-wide warranty, which allows the equipment to be repaired in
more than forty-five countries of the world. Note that product is not covered by the terms of
warranty stated here, but by the terms of warranty laid out on the warranty card supplied
when the equipment is purchased in each relevent country.
The world-wide warranty for the Epson Multi-Media Projector is valid in the
following countries:
<Europe>
·Austria ·Belgium ·Bulgaria ·Croatia ·Cyprus ·Czech
·Denmark ·Finland ·France ·Germany ·Greece ·Hungary
·Ireland ·Italy ·Luxemburg ·Macedonia ·Holland
·Norway ·Portugal ·Poland ·Romania ·Slovakia ·Slovenia
·Spain ·Sweden ·Switzerland ·Turkey ·United Kingdom ·Yugoslavia
<North America and Central America>
·Canada ·Costa Rica ·Mexico ·United States of America
<South America>
·Argentina ·Brazil ·Chile ·Colombia ·Peru ·Venezuela
<Asia and Oceania>
·Australia ·Hong Kong ·Japan ·South Korea ·Malaysia ·Singapore ·Taiwan
The warranty is subject to the following terms and conditions.
1)The warranty is only valid when the product is presented together with the warranty card or
receipt of purchase issued in the country of purchase.
2)The warranty will be implemented based on the warranty terms and conditions established
by Epson or a service organization stipulated by Epson in countries listed in the instruction
manual.
· The period of warranty is twelve months from the date of purchase.
· The warranty will cover the cost of spare parts and labor in accordance with the conditions
laid out by Epson within the applicable range of the warranty.
· The user will not be supplied with a substitute product during the period of repair as a basic
policy.
3)The warranty will not apply in the following situations.
a.Defects in consumables (lamps) or optional parts.
b.When the product is damaged owing to inappropriate use, damaged during transpotation,
or handled in a manner not stipulated by the instruction manual.
c.When repairs or modified work have been carried out by a third party other than Epson or a
service organization stipulated by Epson.
d.When trouble arises through the use of optional parts or consumable parts not manufactured by Epson or not otherwise authorized for use by Epson.
Note:
The power cable supplied with the product is subject to the power supply conditions of the
country of purchase. When using the product overseas, ensure that an Epson cable specifically
manufactured for use in that relevant country is purchased.
List of contacts for the Epson Multi-Media Projector’s world-wide warranty
This list of contacts is current as of June 21st, 2000. Access the relevant home pages for up-todate information. If no home page is available, access the main web site at www.epson.com.
World-Wide Warranty Terms - 103
<EUROPE>
AUSTRIA :
EPSON Support Center
Austria
Tech. Help Desk: 00491805 235470
Web Address:
http://www.epson.at
BELGIUM :
EPSON Support Center
BeNeLux
Tech. Help Desk: 032 70222082
Web Address:
http://www.epson.be
BULGARIA :
PROSOFT
6. AI Jendov Str.
BG-1113 Sofia
Tel: 00359.2.730.231
Fax: 00359.2.9711049
E-mail: Prosoft@internet-BG.BG
FINLAND :
Tech. Help Desk: 0800.523010
(note. Some geographical
areas excluded)
FRANCE :
LUXEMBURG :
EPSON Support Center
BeNeLux
Tech. Help Desk:
0032 70 222082
Web Address:
http://www.epson.be
MACEDONIA :
EPSON France,
Rema Kompjuteri d.o.o.
68 bis rue Marjolin, F-92300
Levallois,
Tech. Help Desk: 01.49.61.33.95
Web Address:
http://www.epson.fr
St. Naroden Front 19a
lok 16
91000 Skopje/ Macedonia
Tel: 00389.91.118159
Fax: 00389.91.118159
GERMANY :
NETHERLANDS :
EPSON Deutschland
GmbH
EPSON Support Center
BeNeLux
Zülpicher Straße 6
D-40549 Düsseldorf
Tech. Help Desk: 01805 235470
Web Address:
http://www.epson.de
Tech. Help Desk: 043 3515752
Web Address:
http://www.epson.nl
NORWAY :
Tech. Help Desk: 800.11828
CROATIA :
GREECE :
POLAND :
Recro d.d.
Pouliadis Ass. Corp.
FOR EVER Sp. z.o.o.
Trg. Sportova 11
HR-10000 Zagreb
Tel: 00385.1.6350.777
Fax: 00385.1.6350.716
E-mail: recro@recro.hr
Web Address:
http://www.recro.hr
Aristotelous St. 3
GR-19674 Athens
Tel: 0030.1.9242072
Fax: 0030.1.9441066
Ul. Frankciska Kawy 44
PL- 01-496 Warszawa
Tel: 0048.22.638.9782
Fax: 0048.22.638.9786
E-mail: office@for-ever.com.pl
CYPRUS :
HUNGARY :
PORTUGAL :
CTC- INFOCOM
R.A. Trade Kft.
EPSON Portugal, S.A.
6a. lonos Str., Engomi
P. O. Box 1744
2406 Nicosia, Cyprus
Tel: 00357.2.458477
Fax: 00357.2.668490
Petöfi Sandor u. 64
H-2040 Budaör
Tel: 0036.23.415.317
Fax: 0036.23.417.310
Rua do Progresso, 471-1
Perafita- Apartado 5132
Tech. Help Desk: 0808 200015
Web Address:
http://www.epson.pt
CZECH :
EPRINT s.r.o.
IRELAND :
Tech. Help Desk: 01.6799016
Stresovicka 49
CZ-16200 Praha 6
Tel: 00420.2.20180610
Fax: 00420.2.20180611
E-mail: eprint@mbox.vol.cz
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ROMANIA :
MB Distribution S.R. L.
162, Barbu Vacarescu Blvd.
Sector 2
RO- 71422 Bucharest
Tel: 0040.1.2300314
Fax: 0040.1.2300313
E-mail: office@mbd-epson.ro
DENMARK :
Tech. Help Desk: 80881127
SLOVENIA :
ITALY :
SLOVAKIA :
EPSON Italia s.p.a.
Print Trade spol. s.r.o.
Assistenza e Servizio Clienti
Viale F. Lli Casiragi, 427
20099 Sesto
San Giovanni (MI)
Tech. Help Desk: 02.29400341
Web Address:
http://www.epson.it
Cajkovskeho 8
SK-98401 Lucenec
Tel: 00421.863.4331517
Fax: 00421.863.4325656
E-mail: Prntrd@lc.psg.SK
Web Address:
http://www.printtrade.sk
SWITZERLAND :
UNITED KINGDOM :
Repro Ljubljana d.o.o.
EXCOM Service AG
EPSON (UK) Ltd.
Smartinska 106
SLO-1001 Ljubljana
Tel: 00386.61.1853411
Fax: 00386.61.1400126
Moosacher Str. 6
CH-8820 Wädenswil
Tel: 01.7822111
Fax: 01.7822349
Web Address:
http://www.excom.ch
Campus 100, Maylands Avenue
Hemel Hempstead,
Herts, HP2 7TJ
Tech. Help Desk: 0990 133640
Web Address:
http://www.epson.uk
SPAIN :
EPSON IBERICA, S.A.
Avda. Roma 18-26, E-08290
Cerdanyola del Vallès, Barcelona,
SPAIN
Centro At. al Cliente: 902.404142
E-mail: soporte@epson.es
Web Address:
http://www.epson.es
TURKEY :
YUGOSLAVIA :
Romar Pazarlama Sanayi
ve TIC. A.S.
Rihtim Cad. No. 201
Tahir Han
TR-Karaköy-Istanbul
Tel: 0090.212.2520809
Fax: 0090.212.2580804
BS Procesor d.o.o.
Hadzi Nikole Zivkovica 2
11000 Beograd
Tel: 00381.11.639610
Fax: 00381.11.639610
SWEDEN :
Tech. Help Desk: 08 445 1258
<NORTH, CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN ISLANDS>
CANADA :
MEXICO :
U. S. A. :
Epson Canada, Ltd.
Epson Mexico, S.A. de C.V.
Epson America, Inc.
100 Mural Street, Suite 300
Richmond Hill, Ontario
CANADA L4B IJ3
Tel: 905-709-3839
Web Address:
http://www.epson.com
AV. Sonora #150
Mexico, 06100, DF
Tel: (52 5) 328-4008
Web Address:
http://www.epson.com.mx
3840 Kilroy Airport Way
Long Beach, CA90806
Tel: (562) 276-4394
Web Address:
http://www.epson.com
COSTA RICA :
Epson Costa Rica, S.A.
Embajada Americana,
200 Sur y 300 Oeste
San Jose, Costa Rica
Tel: (50 6) 296-6222
Web Address:
http://www.epsoncr.com
World-Wide Warranty Terms - 105
<SOUTH AMERICA>
ARGENTINA :
CHILE :
PERU :
Epson Argentina S.A.
Epson Chile S.A.
Epson Peru S.A.
Avenida Belgrano 964/970
(1192), Buenos Aires
Tel: (54 11) 4346-0300
Web Address:
http://www.epson.com.ar
La Concepcion 322
Providencia, Santiago
Tel: (562) 236-2543
Web Address:
http://www.epson.cl
Av. Del Parque Sur #400
San Isidro, Lima, Peru
Tel: (51 1) 224-2336
Web Address:
http://www.epson.com
BRAZIL :
COLOMBIA :
VENEZUELA :
Epson Do Brasil Ltda.
Epson Colombia Ltda.
Epson Venezuela S.A.
Av. Tucunare, 720
Tambore Barueri,
Sao Paulo, SP 06460-020
Tel: (55 11) 7295-1757
Web Address:
http://www.epson.com.br
Diagonal 109, 15-49
Bogota, Colombia
Tel: (57 1) 523-5000
Web Address:
http://www.epson.com.co
Calle 4 con Calle 11-1
La Urbina Sur
Caracas, Venezuela
Tel: (58 2) 241-0433
Web Address:
http://www.epson.com.ve
<ASIA & OCEANIA>
AUSTRALIA :
EPSON AUSTRALIA PTY
LIMITED
70 Gibbes Street Chatswood
NSW 2067 AUSTRALIA
Tel: 1300 361 054
Web Address:
http://www.epson.com.au
HONGKONG :
EPSON Technical Support
Centre (Information
Centre)
Rooms 4706-4710,
China Resources Building,
26 Harbour Road, Wan Chai,
HONG KONG
Tech. Hot Line: (852) 2585 4399
Fax: (852) 2827 4383
Web Address:
http://www.epson.com.hk
KOREA :
EPSON KOREA CO., LTD
17F HANSOL Bldg., 736-1,
Yaoksam-dong Kangnam-gu,
Seoul, 135-080, KOREA
Tel: 2-553-3515
Fax: 2-5584271
http://www.epson.co.kr
MALAYSIA :
SINGAPORE :
EPSON SINGAPORE
PTE. LTD.
401 Commonwealth Drive
#01-01 Haw Par Technocentre
SINGAPORE 149598
Tel: 4722822
Fax: 4726408
TAIWAN :
EPSON TRADING
(MALAYSIA) SDN. BHD.
EPSON Taiwan Technology
& Trading Ltd.
No. 21 Jalan U 1/19, Seksyen
U1,
Hicom-grenmarie Industrial
Park, 40150 Shan Alam,
Selangor Darul Ehsan
Tel: 03-5191366
Fax: 03-5191386
10F, No.287, Nanking East Road,
Section 3, Taipei, Taiwan, China
Tel: 02-2717-7360 ext. 327
Fax: 02-2713-2155
http://www.epson.com.tw
JAPAN :
SEIKO EPSON
CORPORATION
SHIMAUCHI PLANT
VD Customer Support Group:
4897 Shimauchi, Matsumoto-shi,
Nagano-ken, 390-8640 JAPAN
Tel: 0263-48-5438
Fax: 0263-48-5680
http://www.i-love-epson.co.jp
106 - World-Wide Warranty Terms
Index
Numerics
13w3 26
5BNC 26, 27
A
A/V Mute 65
A/V Mute button 13, 15
A/V Mute Function 50
Adjusting the Projection Position 43
Adjusting the projection size 44
adjustment values 46
Advance settings menu 60
Advanced 66, 67
Air Filter (suction inlet) 12
All reset menu 60
Audio #1 Port 14
Audio Cable 29
Auto adjustment 45
Auto button 16
B
Bar 56, 65
Bass 64
Battery Cover 17, 19
BNC 65
Box 54, 64
Brightness 63
C
Canceling effects 56
Capture 66
Capture menu 60
Ceiling 67
ceiling suspended projector 20
Change-over Switch 14
Change-over switch 28
Check sheet 98
Cleaning the Air Filter 87
Cleaning the Projector, Cleaning the Lens,
Cleaning the Air Filter 86
Color 63
color differential 34
Color Setting 66
color temperature 66
Commencing projection 38
Comp1 button 39
Comp2 Sync Termination 67
Comp2/ YCbCr button 39
component 34
composite image signals 33
Computer 39
Computer #1 DVI-D Port 14
Computer #1 mini D-Sub 15 Port 14, 25
Computer #2 BNC Port 14, 27
computer 2 BNC port 35
Computer button 13
Connecting external monitors 30
Connecting the projector to a computer 23
Connecting up the mouse (wireless
mouse function) 31
Connecting video equipment 33
Connections of two computers 27
Contrast 63
cool-down 41, 76
Cursor 54
Cursor Speed 65
Cursor/Stamp 64
D
D port 35
DFP 28
digital tuner’s 35
DVI-D 28
E
Effect button 15, 64, 65
Effect Function 54
Effect menu 60
Eligible computers 23
EMP Link V 70
EMP Link V Installation 73
Ending 41
Ending images 53
Enlarging Images (zoom function) 53
Index - 107
Enter button 13, 15
ESC button 13, 16
Execute 67
E-Zoom button 15
E-zooming function 53
F
Fan 12
Feet adjustments 43
Focus 45
Focus Ring 11, 45
Foot Adjust Lever 11, 43
Freeze button 15
Freeze Function 50
frequency 23
Front Foot 11, 12, 42, 43
Functions 47
L
Lamp Indicator 11, 77
Language 66
L-Audio-R Port 14
L-Audio-R ports 33
Left click 32
Lens Cover 11, 37
lens cover 42
Lens Shift Knob 11
Light button 15
M
Gamma 63
main screen 57
Maximum Sound Output 97
Menu button 13, 61
Menu Configuration 59
Menu Operations 61
mini D-Sub 15 pin 25
Monitor Out Port 14
Mouse/Com Port 14, 31
H
N
half-transparent 20
Handle 11
Help button 13
Help Function 48
No Signal Msg 65
G
I
I/O Terminal 12
Image menu 59
image signals 34
Indicator 15
Information 67
Information menu 60
Installation Procedure 20
Introduction of Projector Software 70
K
Keystone 65
Keystone button 13
108 - Index
O
Operable distance 18
Operable range 18
Operation Indicator 11, 37, 76
Operation Panel 11, 13
Optional Parts 92
overheating 77
P
P in P button 16, 65
Parts, Names and Operations 11
permissible termoerature range 10
Picture in Picture Function 57
Picture Quality Adjustment 45
Position 63
Power button 13, 15, 38
Power Cord 37
Power Inlet 12, 37
Preset 63
Preset button 16, 46
Projection 37
Projection angles 22
Projection cutting 50
projection distance 21
Projector Software 70
Prompt 65
R
R/C ON OFF switch 15, 38, 42
Rear Foot 12
Rear Proj. 67
Remote Control 15, 18
Remote control light-receiving area 15
Remote Control Receiver 11, 12
Remote Port 14
Replacing the Air Filter 88
Replacing the lamp 89
Reset 64, 65, 66, 67
Reset all 67
Resize button 13, 16
Resolution 63
resolution 23
RGB image signals 36
Right click 32
S
S image signals 33
Safety Precautions 6
S-Audio/Audio #2 Port 33
Screen size 21
Setting 65, 66
Setup menu 60
setup menu 59
Sharpness 63
Shift button 13
Sleep Mode 66, 79
Smooth Motion 63
Sound 64
Sound connection 29
Sound menu 60
Speaker 11
Specifications 97
Spotlight 55, 64
SRS Center 64
SRS Space 64
Stack Out Port 14
Stamp 54
Startup Screen 66
sub menus 59
sub-screen 57
S-Video Port 14, 33
S-Video/Audio #2 Port 14
Symbol displays 5
Sync button 13
Sync. 63
Synchronization 46
T
Temperature Indicator 11, 77
temperature range 10
Temperature range during storage 97
Temperature range during use 97
Terminology 95
Theft-Prevention Lock 11
Tint 63
top menus 59
Tracking 46, 63
Tracking button 13
Transportation 94
Trapezoid adjustment 44
Treble 64
Troubleshooting 76
U
user logo 50
User’s Logo Capture 66
Using this manual 5
V
Video 39, 63, 64
Video button 13, 16
Video Port 14, 33
Video Signal 64
Volume 58, 64
Volume Adjustment 58
Volume button 16
W
window display 51
Index - 109
Window resizing 51
World-Wide Warranty Terms 101
Z
Zoom 44
Zoom Ring 11
110 - Index
DECLARATION of CONFORMITY
according to ISO/IEC Guide 22 and EN 45014
Manufacturer
: SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION
Address
: 3-5, Owa 3-chome, Suwa-shi,
Nagano-ken 392-8502 Japan
Representative
: EPSON EUROPE B. V.
Address
: Entrada 701, 1096 EJ AMSTERDAM,
The Netherlands
Declares that the Product
Kind of Equipment : LCD Projector
Model
: ELP-9100/9100NL /
EMP-9100/9100NL
Conforms to the following Directives and Norm(s)
Directive 89/336/EEC
: EN 55022
: EN 55024
: EN61000-3-2
: EN61000-3-3
Directive 73/23/EEC
: EN 60950
DECLARATION of CONFORMITY
According to 47CFR, Part 2 and 15 for
Class B Personal Computers and Peripherals; and/or
CPU Boards and Power Supplies used with Class B
Personal Computers
We
: EPSON AMERICA, INC.
Located at
: MS: 3-13
3840 Kilroy Airport Way
Long Beach, CA 90806-2469
Telephone: (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
: LCD Projector
Model
: EMP-9100/9100NL /
ELP-9100/9100NL
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.
For Canadian Users
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for radio noise
emissions from digital apparatus as set out in the radio interference
regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications.
Le présent appareil numérique n’émet pas de bruits radioélectriques
dépassant les limites applicables aux appareils numériques de Classe B
prescrites dans le règlement sur le brouillage radioélectrique édicté par le
Ministère des Communications du Canada.
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.
EPSON is a registered trademark and PowerLite is a trademark of SEIKO EPSON
CORPORATION.
General Notice: The following trademarks and registered trademarks are the
property of their respective owners and are used in this publication for identification
purposes only.
•
EPSON/Seiko Epson Corp.
•
Macintosh, PowerBook/Apple Computer Corp.
•
IBM/International Business Machines, Inc.
•
Windows/Microsoft Corp.
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.
Printed in Japan
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