Toshiba TLP-770U, TLP-711U, TLP-710U, TLP-771U User guide

Toshiba TLP-770U, TLP-711U, TLP-710U, TLP-771U User guide
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OWNER’S MANUAL
3LCD DATA PROJECTOR
BEFORE USE
CONNECTIONS
INSTALLATION.
OPERATIONS
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsu-
lated “dangerous voltage” within the product's enclosure that
may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric
shock to persons.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral
AN RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK | A\ AN
DO NOT OPEN м
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE | The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to
COVER (OR BACK). NO USERSERVICEABLE .
| alertthe userto the presence of important operating and mainte-
PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO E
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. nance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the
appliance.
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN
OR MOISTURE. DANGEROUS HIGH VOLTAGES ARE PRESENT INSIDE THE ENCLOSURE. DO NOT
OPEN THE CABINET. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL ONLY.
FCC Radio Frequency Interference Statement
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part
15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can
radiates radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely
to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own
expense.
WARNING: Changes or modifications made to this equipment, not expressiy approved by Toshiba, or parties
authorized by Toshiba, could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Notice: This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe À est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
CAUTION: Laser beam is emitted when the laser button of the remote control is pressed. Do not look from the front
of the remote control. Do not face toward a person or to a mirror.
IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS
Save Original Packing Materials
The original shipping carton and packing materials will come in handy if you ever have to ship your LCD projector. For maximum
protection, repack the set as it was originally packed at the factory.
Avoid Volatile Liquid
Do not use volatile liquids, such as an insect spray, near the unit.
Do not leave rubber or plastic products touching the unit for a long time. They will mar the finish.
Moisture Condensation
Never operate this unit immediately after moving it from a cold location to a warm location. When the unit is exposed to such a
change in temperature, moisture may condense on the crucial internal parts. To prevent the unit from possible damage, do not
use the unit for at least 2 hours when there is an extreme or sudden change in temperature.
In the spaces provided below, record the Model and Serial No. located at the rear of your L.CD projector.
Mode! No. Serial No.
Retain this information for future reference.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION: PLEASE READ AND OBSERVE ALL WARNINGS AND INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN IN THIS OWNER’S
MANUAL AND THOSE MARKED ON THE UNIT. RETAIN THIS BOOKLET FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
This set has been designed and manufactured to assure personal safety. Improper use can result in electric shock or fire
hazard. The safeguards incorporated in this unit will protect you if you observe the following procedures for installation, use and
servicing. This unit is fully transistorized and does not contain any parts that can be repaired by the user.
DO NOT REMOVE THE CABINET COVER, OR YOU MAY BE EXPOSED TO DANGEROUS VOLTAGE. REFER SERVICING
TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL ONLY.
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After unpacking this product, read the owner's rs) Aa }
manual carefully, and follow all the operating and —
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2. Power Sources
This product should be operated only from the
type of power source indicated on the marking
label. If you are not sure of the type of power
supply to your home, consult your product dealer
or local power company. For products intended to
operate from battery power, or other sources,
refer to the operating instructions.
3. Source of Light
Do not look into the lens while the lamp is on. The
strong light from the lamp may cause damage to
your eyes or sight.
4. Ventilation
Openings in the cabinet are provided for ventila-
tion and to ensure reliable operation of the product
and to protect it from overheating, and these
openings must not be blocked or covered. The
openings should never be blocked by placing the
product on a bed, sofa, rug or other similar sur-
face. This product should not be placed in a built-in
installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper
ventilation is provided or the manufacturer's instruc-
tions have been adhered to.
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sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, C
or other products (including amplifiers) that pro-
duce heat.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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Water and Moisture
Do not use this product near water - for example,
near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or
laundry tub; in a wet basement; or near a swim-
ming pool and the like.
Cleaning
Unplug this product from the wall outlet before
cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol
cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
. Power-Cord Protection
Power-supply cords should be routed so that
they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by
items placed upon or against them, paying par-
ticular attention to cords at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from
the product.
. Overloading
Do not overload wall outlets; extension cords, or
integral convenience receptacles as this can re-
sult in a risk of fire or electric shock.
10.
Lightning
For added protection for this product during
storm, or when it is left unattended and unused
for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall
outlet.
This will prevent damage to the product due to
lightning and power-line surges.
11.
Object and Liquid Entry
Never push objects of any kind into this product
through openings as they may touch dangerous
voltage points or short-out parts that could
result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill
liquid of any kind on the product.
12.
Do not place the product vertically
Do not use the product in the upright position to
project the pictures at the ceiling, or any other
vertical positions.
It may fall down and dangerous.
13.
Stack inhibited
Do not stack other equipment on this product or do
not place this product on the other equipment. | Г =)
Top and bottom plates of this product develops ——
heat and may give some undesirable damage to
other unit.
14.
Attachments
Do not use attachments not recommended by the product manufacturer as they
may cause hazards.
15.
Accessories
Do not place this product on an unstable cart,
stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The product may
fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and
serious damage to the product. Use only with a
cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommended
by the manufacturer, or sold with the product.
Any mounting of the product should follow the
manufacturers instructions, and should use a
mounting accessory recommended by the manu-
facturer.
A product and cart combination should be moved
with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and
uneven surfaces may cause the product and cart
combination to overturn.
16.
Damage Requiring Service
Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service
personnel under the following conditions:
a) When the power-supply cord or plug is damaged.
b) If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the product.
c) If the product has been exposed to rain or water.
d) If the product does not operate normally by following the operating instruc-
tions. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions
as an improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will
often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the product to
its normal operation.
e) If the product has been dropped or damaged in any way.
f) When the product exhibits a distinct change in performance - this indicates a
need for service.
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Servicing
Do not attempt to service this product yourself as
opening or removing covers may expose you to
dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all ser-
vicing to qualified service personnel.
18.
Replacement Parts
When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used
replacement parts specified by the manufacturer or have the same character-
istics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric
shock, or other hazards.
(Replacement of the lamp only should be made by users.)
19.
Safety Check
Upon completion of any service or repairs to this
product, ask the service technician to perform safety
checks to determine that the product is in proper
operating condition.
20.
Do not get your hands between the camera arm
and the main unit when setting the camera arm
back in its original position.
To avoid injury, be careful not to get your hands
caught when setting the camera arm back in its
original position. Families with children should be
particularly careful.
21.
Do not carry by the camera arm.
Do not carry the projector by the camera arm.
Doing so can result in damage or injury.
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Do not leave documents on the unit for long
periods of time while using the document
imaging function.
Do not leave texts, papers or other documents for
projection on the unit for long periods of time. The
heat could erase the letters on a thermal paper.
23.
Before replacing the fluorescent light, turn off the power and wait at
least one hour for the fluorescent light to cool down.
The fluorescent light gets hot, so handle it with care.
Failure to do so may result in burns or other injuries.
24.
Do not leave documents in the bottom of the
projector.
Documents can block the air intake holes, making
the inside of the projector heat up and causing
breakdowns.
25,
Do not move the projector while the arm is
still erect.
Always store the arm back in position when
moving the projector. Otherwise injury or damage
may result.
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Camera section is not locked. Do not hold the 7
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camera cover and camera unit when carrying eV
out, etc.
Danger such as dropping, or cause of failure and
injury may result.
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BEFORE USE
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Here are the main features of this projector.
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The newly developed optic unit displays uniformly bright pictures. The high aperture ratio LCD panel
and UHP lamp provide high intensity output and beautiful bright images.
High-density, high-quality video for multimedia 2
Reproduces video for the world’s main television signal formats, NTSC, PAL, SECAM, and XGA,
SVGA, VGA type computer video reliably and with high precision. Also compatible with Hi-vision
signal and SXGA, UXGA signal can aiso be displayed in a compressed format.
Compact, light-weight main unit >
This projector is light-weight and compact so it is easy to carry around and set up.
Large-screen display of up to about 300 inches )
Can project picture sizes from about 20 inches to 300 inches.
Up/down/left/right screen inversion function 2
The up/down/left/right screen inversion function allows forward or rear projection while mounted either
on the floor or ceiling. (However, the document imaging camera model could not be mounted on the
ceiling.)
High sensitivity document imaging camera >
The document imaging camera has a camera with a high sensitivity of 810,000 picture elements. It
can directly project in high sensitivity any materials (documents, illustrations, etc.) without using an
OHP film. (Only the document imaging camera model)
6 Languages on screen display 2
Can select a display language from 6 of English, Japanese, French, German, Spanish and Italian.
Newly developed field converting IC >
With a new developed field, converting IC, it can project pictures at the maximal projection size
regardless of the signal types of VGA, SVGA, XGA, NTSC and PAL.
POWER SUPPLY CORD SELECTION a
If your line voltage is 220 to 240V, use one of the following types of cable.
Plug Plug
Configuration Plug Type Line Voltage Configuration Plug Type Line Voltage
Te EURO 220 — 240V North American 200 — 240V
IS 240V Os 240V |
> 10 — 15A 15A
UK 200 — 240V Switzerland 200 — 240V
SA ) 240 R&R 240V
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ON/STANDBY
ON/STANDBY button 77X
To alternate power-on and standby.
When turning off, keep pressing for more than 1 second.
MENU button 23X
To display the adjustment menu.
ENTER button (>)
To set the selected item on the menu.
EXIT button (<)
To return to the previous screen on the menu.
SELECT buttons (A/V)
To select the item on the menu.
VOLUME/ADJUST 7
— VOLUME/ADJUST buttons
* To adjust the sound volume.
* To adjust the setting value on the menu.
INPUT
INPUT button 77X
To select the picture input source.
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Focusing ring
Carrying Handle
Exhaust holes Ч 9 — Itopens to the front.
Foot adj uster (L) CT TI
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Intake holes (bottom side)
Foot adjuster (L/R)
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RGB1 IN MONITOR OUT
connector 73\ connector VIDEO1 IN jacks
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| RGH 1 IN CE AUDIO MONITOR OUT To connect a video tape player, etc.
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CONTROL (RS-232C)
connector VIDEO2 IN jacks 73N
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input)
RGB2 IN AU DIO OUT jack To connect a video tape player, etc.
connector To connect audio equipment.
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NAMES AND FUNCTIONS (conTinuep)
This instruction uses remote control. For details, see the page inside the EN mark next to the name.
CALL button Z7\
To display the current input source and
signal status information.
DIRECT INPUT buttons [77\ —
(RGB1, RGB?, VIDEO1, VIDEO?,
CAMERA buttons)
To select directly the picture input
source. (CAMERA button works only
with document imaging camera model.)
MUTE button Z\
To cut off the picture and sound output
temporarily.
To operate a computer.
Laser emission part
_ ON/STANDBY button П7\
To alternate power-on and standby. When
turning off, keep pressing for more than 1
second.
- LASER button
To display the laser pointer by pointing the
laser emission part toward the screen.
REAR SIDE
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(Needs to connect the infrared remote
sensor unit (supplied) to the computer.)
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FREEZE button 37 \ — ——
To freeze the picture.
RESIZE buttons
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To switch the picture size.
VOLUME/ADJUST
RESIZE [| VOLUME/ADJUST
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To adjust the sound volume, 10 adjust
the setting.
A, Y, EXIT/, ENTERD buttons 23 GAN —
(FOCUSA, FOCUSY, ZOOM T, ZOOM W buttons)
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MOUSE button (left) 22N
To operate a computer.
(Needs to connect the infrared remote
sensor unit (supplied) to the computer.)
POINTER CONTROL
To operate a computer.
(Needs to connect the infrared remote
sensor unit (supplied) to the computer.)
: MENU button Z3\
To display the adjustment menu.
. RESET button 23N
The setting values are reset to the initial values.
* To select the items (4, Y buttons) to set (ENTER button), to return to previous screen (EXIT button) on the menu.
* When increasing the picture size or changing to through size by using the RESIZE bution, moves the location picture of the
projected picture (A, Y, À, P buttons).
e lfthe input source is camera and the menu screen is not displayed or the picture size is not changed, the focus adjustment
(FOCUSA, FOCUS Y buttons) or the zoom adjustment (ZOOM T, ZOOM W buttons) of the camera can be executed.
(FOCUSA, FOCUSY, ZOOM T, ZOOM W function is available with document imaging camera model only.)
(Sauter — use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazard- )
ous radiation exposure.
Location of the labels
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AVOID EXPOSURE-Laser
RADIATION IS EMITTED
FROM THIS APERTURE
CAUTION
LASER RADIATION
RAYONNEMENT LASER
NE PAS REGARDER DANS LE FAISCEAU
APPAREIL A LASER DE CLASSE 2
LONGUEUR D'ONDE: 645nm
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WAVE LENGTH : 645nm PUISSANCE MAXIMA: 1mW
MAX OUTPUT : 1TmW |] LASER -STRAHLUNG EN60825-1:1994+A11
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COMPLIES WITH DHHS 21 CFR SUBCHAPTER J BLICKEN LASER KLASS2 Eo EOF
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WELLENLANGE: 645nm
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REMOTE CONTROL
MODEL CT-9971 MADE IN JAPAN
“Installing Batteries
Install batteries to enable remote control operation.
Install the batteries.
Make sure that the +/— polarities match the illustration in
the compartment.
Attach the cover.
Using batteries incorrectly can cause them to leak or burst. Strictly observe
the following.
* Install the batteries with their + and — ends facing correctly.
* Do not charge, heat, disassemble, or short the batteries or throw them
into a fire.
* Do not leave exhausted batteries in the remote control.
* Do not mix different types or batteries or new and old batteries.
* When you will not be using the remote control for a prolonged period,
take the batteries out of the remote control.
* When the remote control stops working or only works from very close
distance, replace all the batteries with new ones.
* When replacing the batteries, use a more longer life alkaline batteries.
* If a battery leaks, carefully wipe off any residue inside the battery case
before loading new batteries.
Remote Control Operation
Instruction to use the remote control.
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Front side
Rear side of the Document
imaging camera model
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Distance : within about 5 meters from the front of the
remote sensor.
Angle: — within about 15% of the remote sensor in every
direction.
* The remote control may not operate when there is
sunlight or other strong light such as a fluorescent lamp
shining on the remote sensor.
* Keep strong light off the remote sensor.
* Operate the remote control from a position where the remote
sensor is visible,
* Do not drop the remote control or otherwise jolt it.
* Keep the remote control out of locations with excessively high
temperature or humidity.
* Do not get water on the remote control or place wet objects on it.
* Do not disassemble the remote control.
* Under unusual circumstances the remote control may not operate
well due to the location being used or the surroundings. At such
times, turn the remote control sensor face to the projector unit again
and retry the remote control operation.
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- Connecting an IBM PC or Compatible Computer (DOS/V)
Check that the power for the projector and computer are off
before connecting the cables.
Desktop computers
Connect when you
want to view a a
on the computer
monitor.
To RGB1 IN AUDIO or
RGB2 IN AUDIO
To monitor UL RGB cable (supplied)
port
PC audio cable (supplied)
* Attach the supplied adapter for Macintosh computers.
* Check that the power for the projector and computer are off
before connecting the cables.
Desktop computers
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Adapter for Macintosh
computers (supplied)
To audio output port
To RGB1 IN or
RGBZ IN
To RGB1 IN AUDIO or
RGB2 IN AUDIO
lu RGB cable (supplied)
PC audio cable (supplied)
Laptop computers
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RGB2 IN
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RGB2 IN AUDIO
UL RGB cable (supplied)
PC audio cable (supplied)
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RGB2 IN
To RGBt IN AUDIO or
RGB? IN AUDIO
UL RGB cable (supplied)
PC audio cable (supplied)
* The projector cannot be connected to a computer that does
not have an analog RGB output terminal. For details, refer to
the computer manual.
* You may not be able to connect some computers to the
projector. For details, consult the dealer.
If NTSC/PAL/SECAM signals are input to the RGB1 INPUT
connector or RGB2 INPUT connector, they cannot be
displayed. (Input NTSC/PAL/SECAM signals to the VIDEO1
INPUT jacks or VIDEO2 INPUT jacks.)
* The e projector cannot be connected to a computer that does
not have an analog RGB output terminal. For details, refer to
the computer manual.
* You may not be able to connect some computers to the
projector. For details, consult the dealer.
» The adapter for Macintosh computers is conformable to
MULTIPLE SCAN 21.
Connecting Video Equipment Output Terminals
Check that the power for the projector and computer are off Check that the power for the projector and computer are off
before connecting the cables. before connecting the cables.
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To VIDEO 1 IN
S-VIDEO
To VIDEO 1 IN AUDIO
IN AUDIO You can connect a
. To VIDEO 2 computer to control To AUDIO OUT
S-VIDEO cable (not supplied :
PP IN CR/PR (red) the projector. 63.5mm STEREO mini plug
; To VIDEO 2 ; [ZN 7 (Audio output level is constant.)
Audio cable For detail, ‚
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To VIDEO 2
Audio cable
To audio output 3 IN VIDEO/Y (green)
(white)
To audio output À
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Video tape player with S-VIDEO jack
To CR/PR output (red)
To CB/PB output (blue)
To Y output (green)
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Connect a stereo system
for dynamic sound.
Video player with color difference output
One set of audio cable (stereo mini plug, pin plug x 2) is * The sound of the source selected with the INPUT button or
supplied. DIRECT INPUT buttons is the output to the stereo system,
etc.
* The MONITOR OUT connector send out the signal (RGB1
or RGB?) that was selected with the INPUT button or
DIRECT INPUT buttons. If other signal than RGB1 or RGB2
is selected, the output will be the last source selected before
the change.
* On Standby mode, the last selected input signal will be send
from the MONITOR OUT,
INSTALLATION
CAUTION
When carrying the unit always handle the
carrying handle.
Following are placement guidelines for standard front projection usage.
» Select a room that can be darkened.
» Refer to the table below for the screen size and required distance.
Place the projector on a steady, level surface such as a table. В
Point the projector squarely at the screen for the best possible picture.
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Point the lens straight at the center of the screen as above. Place the projector horizontally so that the projecting light
hits the screen squarely.
Adjust the distance between the lens and the screen.
The projection size depends on the distance between the lens and the screen.
Adjust the projection size by changing the distances as shown below,
ZZ
A / Screen
At
Z * The value in the list below are approximations.
Z
Z | Distance between the lens and the | Distance between
Z a и screen: a (m) the lens height and
= Incnes € bottom o e
| 2 " 90° Minimum (WIDE) Maximum (TELE) screen: b (cm)
b 3 ZI Climo 22 0.74 1.04 1.8
2 40 1.41 1.95 3.4
2 I 60 2.15 2.96 5.1
я — - a 80 2.88 3.97 6.8
100 3.62 4.98 8.5
a: Distance between the lens and the screen. 150 5.47 7.51 12.7
b: Distance between the lens height and the bottom of 200 7.32 10.03 16.9
the screen. 300 11.02 15.09 25.4
When the projector is moved from a cold location to a warm location, or when the ambient temperature in the projection room has
risen suddenly, moisture may condense on the lens or the mirror to blur the projected pictures. In such a case, leave the projector
for an adequate time (1 to 2 hours, depending on the room's condition) before using it so it adjusts to the ambient temperature.
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Connect the power cord. How to use the foot adjusters
* Insert one end in the AC IN socket on the rear panel.
* Insert the other end in a wall outlet.
The tilt of the projector can be adjusted using the foot
adjusters.
1 Lift the front of the projector until a tilt angle
desired is obtained and pull up the foot
adjuster release lever.
Foot adjuster will stretch.
Release the lever to lock in position.
Foot adjuster
release lever
Foot adjuster
release lever
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Foot adjuster
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To a wall outlet.
Side view
Foot adjuster
release lever
ON indicator (orange) lights and turn to standby mode. Foot adjuster
2 Turn the foot adjuster to make fine adjust-
ment of the height.
Turn clockwise to lift up.
Turn counterclockwise to lower.
Take off the lens cover.
Pan) E
Lift e Lower Lift up o Lower
3 To put the foot adjuster back, hold down the -
foot adjuster release lever and lower the
front slowly.
The foot adjuster will put back.
Foot adjuster
release lever
* To not pinch your fingers, when pulling up the foot adjuster release lever, always hold both sides of the unit.
+ If the screen is exposed to direct sunlight or other strong light, the projected picture becomes too faint to see. Shut out the light
with curtains or other means.
If the screen and the projector are not installed properly the projected picture may be distorted.
If the projector is tilted, the picture may be distorted. To obtain the best possible picture, place the projector so it faces the
screen squarely.
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OPERATIONS
CAUTION
Do not look into the projection lens while
operating the projector.
Explains the basic procedure for projecting a picture.
* Install and connect the projector properly.
* Take off the lens cover.
Press ON/STANDBY.
Both ON and LAMP indications light up in
green, and the projector is ready to project
a picture.
(Using the control panel
of the unit)
1 Press the INPUT
button of the unit.
ON LAMP
O Input menu appears on the
an screen.
On Flashing ,
(Green) (Green) “Camera” is displayed Video1
only on the document Video2
4 imaging camera model. Camera
ON LAMP
2 Press the INPUT
о 5 button of the
n n .
(Green) (Green) unit to select nes:
the input RGB2
Turn on the connected source. Video!
equipment and put it in The input source is Video?
playback mode. switched each time you (Camera. — _ |
Turn on the computer or video tape player After selecting he Camera model onto)
connected with the projector and put it in
playback mode. picture mutes for approximately 1
second and the picture changes to the -
selected input source. |
(Using the remote control)
RGB1: To project pictures from a com-
Press the DIRECT INPUT puter connected to RGB1. [[3\
button (RGB1 , RGB2, RGB2: To project pictures from a com-
puter connected to RGB2. [73\_
Videol: To project pictures from a video
player connected to VIDEO1.
Video2: To project pictures from a video
player connected to VIDEO2.
VIDEO1, VIDEO2, CAM-
ERA) of the remote con-
trol to select the input
source.
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The picture changes directly to the se- : CAMERA: To project pictures from a
lected input. document imaging camera. |
* The CAMERA button works only with LEE LL 3
document imaging camera model.
* “a M" is displayed on the screen if the projector does not receive any signal from the connected equipment. Put the equipment
in playback mode.
* Due to the lamp characteristic, flickers may occasionally occur in a picture. This is not malfunction of the unit.
* You can select and input by using 4/Y button on the menu screen. In that case, if you select by using the ENTER button, the
picture changes to the selected input source.
* Tie the lens cover to the body with a string so as not to lose it.
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On LANP TENA
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Press VOLUME/ADJUST
to set the sound volume.
“А
y ооо
+ : To turn up the volume.
— : To turn down the volume.
Adjust the picture size by
turning the zooming ring.
Turn to the right to enlarge the picture.
Turn to the left to reduce the picture.
Focus on the picture by
turning the focusing ring.
A still picture is recommended for focusing.
* When the input source is selected to RGB1 or RGB2 and if no
signal is send from the computer, it enters to power-save mode after
30 minutes and turns to stand-by mode. It automaticaliy turn on
when the signal is sent again.
The power can be turned on if the ON/STANDBY button is pressed.
* When operating the projector “ 1 ” can be displayed on the screen.
This means that the operation can not be completed.
Press ON/STANDBY for
more than 1 second after
using the projector.
The LAMP indicator will turn off, and the
projector is now in STANDBY mode.
ON LAMP
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ON LAMP ©
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On Off
(Orange)
After confirming the ex-
haust fan stops, unplug
the power cord.
The ON indicator turns off.
ON
Off
» Before unplugging the power cord, make sure that the fans are
stopped.
* When the ON/STANDBY button is pressed after use, the intake and
exhaust fans continue to work for about 3 minutes more to cool the
inside of the projector.
* Immediately after the power off, the projector may not be turned on
while the LAMP indicator is flashing in green.
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OPERATIONS
through size or enlarge it.
Through Size
Changing the Picture Size
Pictures are projected at the maximal projection size regardless of the signal types. Optionally you can change the picture size to
IZE FUNCTION
RESIZE
You may change the size of the picture.
NTSC signal
PAL/SECAM signal
HDTV signal
VGA signal
SVGA signal
XGA signal
SXGA signal
UXGA signal
Through size Wide screen
Through size Wide screen
Through size
<a
Through size
Press RESIZE (A) or (V).
The picture size changes from the center of the picture.
Normal
Picture size
Through size
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Normal (through size)
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Through size
The picture changes to the smallest size when the RESIZE (A) button is pressed with the biggest size selected.
The picture changes to the biggest size when the RESIZE (VV) button is pressed with the smallest size selected.
* Picture size returns to normal after the power is turned off. The values are not saved.
* You may not change the picture size depending to the signal.
* Pictures of VGA and SVGA signals may be slightly inferior in quality at the initial size because they are enlarged.
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RESET
* When the picture size is smaller than the projection area, the picture can be moved inch by inch in up, down,
left, right direction by pressing the 4, Y, EXIT/ 4, ENTER/P buttons.
Example
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* When the picture size is bigger than the projection area, the projected picture can be be moved inch by inch in
up, down, left, right direction by pressing the A, Y, EXIT/<, ENTER/ DP buttons.
Example
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Normal
LUTTE
| Projection area
Picture size
* The picture returns to the normal position when the RESET button is pressed after the picture is moved.
* The picture may not be projected properly while moving the picture.
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CALL
FREEZE Freeze picture CALL
FREEZE
< STATUS >
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— » (SIGNAL
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ormation f
Cut off the picture and sound temporarily. Displaying the current input source information.
Press MUTE. Press CALL.
< STATUS >
INPUT : RGB 1
SIGNAL : XGA6OHz
SCREEN : XGA60
SYNCHV :N/N
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The sound is cut off temporarily.
Press MUTE again.
The current input source signal information is
displayed.
To close the display, press the CALL button
again.
>
The picture is also cut off temporarily.
To restore, press the MUTE button again. Contents of displayed items
Current input source
Signal system of the
If
input source
displayed. the menu disappears and cancels the adjustment Signal system of the
input source automatically :
detected by the projector. < STATUS >
(Mode determination + —INPUT :RGBi
5 —SIGNAL :XGA60Hz
Syncronizing polarity of SCREEN : XGA60
input signal. —SYNCHV :N/N
P = Positive |
N = Negative
Press FREEZE.
The picture freezes.
To cancel the freeze mode, press the
FREEZE button again.
When the picture freezes, * =” mark will be
shown on the up right corner of the screen.
When making other operations, freeze mode
will be cancelled.
This function is convenient for the case where you are using
the document imaging camera model and change documents seconds.
to project through the camera. » |f you press the CALL button while the adjustment or setting
menu is displayed, the menu disappears and cancels the
adjustment mode.
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OPERATIONS
mouse of the computer.
Connecting the Infrared Remote Sensor Unit
Check that the power of the computer is turned off.
Connect the infrared remote sensor unit.
* Remove the mouse actually used and change it to the
supplied cable.
IBM MAC cable J P 3/2 cable
(supplied) (supplied)
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9 pins 4 pins
Rear side
Infrared remote sensor unit
(supplied)
* To operate the projector and the computer by the remote
control, place the infrared remote sensor unit close to the
projector.
* |f the mouse used is PS/2 type, connect a PS/2 cable, or if
the mouse is a serial mouse, directly connect an IBM/MAC
cable.
Mouse button
— Pointer control
— Mouse button
(right)
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If you connect the infrared remote sensor unit to the computer, the supplied remote control can work as a
Press the remote control button facing to the infrared remote
sensor unit.
Press the pointer control.
The pointer moves to the pressed direction.
Example
To click
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Press the mouse button
(left).
The pointer clicks.
To right-click
Press the mouse button
(right).
The pointer right-clicks.
* The remote control operating range is about 5 meter from
the front of the remote sensor.
* The remote control may not operate when there is sunlight
or other strong light such as a fluorescent lamp shining on
the remote sensor.
ADJUSTMENTS
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>VOLUME/ |
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You can select the display language.
This owner’s manual explains using an instance where English is selected.
Press MENU.
The menu is displayed.
It automatically disappears after about 30
seconds if no button is pressed.
Press A or Y to selecta
preferred language.
Example : When selecting English
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Video2 SE
Panel Français
Mode Deutsch
Language Español
Save Italiano
Press VOLUME/ADJUST
(+).
The menu is displayed in the selected
language.
Press 4 or Y to select
“Language”.
Video!
Video2
Panel
Press ENTER/»>.
The setting menu of “Language” is dis-
played.
Press EXIT/<.
The menu returns.
* This setting is stored until you turn the
nd power off.
HAGE
Francais Press EXIT/<.
Deutsch ‘The menu disappears.
Espanol
Italiano
If you want to store the setting even if the power is turned off, select “Save”.
If you press the RESET button when this setting menu is displayed, the setting returns to default (English).
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Bright... Brighiness (OS VOLUME/
COIOF..….....….....rcscccrereccsssrcensscc rence Color - ADJUST (+,-)
Sa Perser Sharpness
* Display the image as explained in “PICTURE PROJECTION”. 7
* Select the input source to adjust.
Press MENU.
The menu is displayed.
It automatically disappears after about 30
seconds if no button is pressed.
Press a or Y to select a
preferred item.
Press VOLUME/ADJUST
(+, -) to adjust the item.
Example: Adjusting the Contrast to +
position
Press 4 or Y to select
“Video1”.
— +
Contrast Lower Higher
Bright Darker Brighter
Color Duller Brighter
Tint Redder Greener
Sharp. Softer Sharper
+ If you want to adjust an other item, press
A or V to select an adjusting item and
adjust it by pressing VOLUME/ADJUST
(+, —).
Press EXIT/<.
The menu returns.
* This adjustments are stored until you
turn the power off.
Press EXIT/<.
The menu disappears.
Press ENTER/»>.
The adjusting menu of “Video1” is dis-
played.
* Tint adjustment is not available for PAL nor SECAM signals.
« Color, Tint and Sharp. adjustments are not possible when RGB input is selected.
* If you want to store the adjustments even if the power is turned off, select “Save”.
* The adjustment can be stored on each INPUT source (RGB1, RGB2, Video1, Video2, Camera.)
< If you press the RESET button when this adjusting menu is displayed, all the adjusting items of “Video1” returns to default.
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USTMENTS .
A Y EXIT/<,
Adjustment items ENTER > ‘
R-Level ninio ee Red level >VOLUME/ |
G-Level....................meeno nene... Green level es ADJUST(+.-) +
B-Level ..............—.—...—... perenne Blue level |
* Display the image as explained in “PICTURE PROJECTION". TN
* Select the input source to adjust.
Press MENU.
The menu is displayed.
It automatically disappears after about 30
seconds if no button is pressed.
Press A or Y to selecta
preferred item.
Press VOLUME/ADJUST
(+, —) 10 adjust the item.
Example: Adjusting the R-Level to +
position
Press A or ¥ to select
“Video2”.
— +
R-Level Red level Red level
Lower Higher
G-Level Green level Green level
Lower Higher
B-Level Blue level Blue level
Lower Higher
e If you want to adjust an other item, press
A or V to select an adjusting item and
adjust it by pressing VOLUME/ADJUST
(+, >.
Press EXIT/<.
The menu returns. |
* This adjustments are stored until you
turn the power off.
Press EXIT/<.
The menu disappears.
Press ENTER/>.
The adjusting menu of “Video?” is dis-
played.
If you want to store the adjustments even if the power is turned off, select “Save”.
Each input source (RGB1, RGB?, Video1, Video?, Camera) adjustment can be saved.
If you press the RESET button when this adjusting menu is displayed, all the adjusting items of “Video?” returns to default.
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ADJUSTMENTS
TION DETAIL ADJUSTHENTS ©
Adjustment items
V-POS. oii raa0e Vertical shift
H-POS. coer Horizontal shift
VOLUME/ADJUST
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Explains how to adjust the projection details. 50 ADJUST{+,-)
The projector identifies the model of the input source RE
automatically and adjusts the projection details appropriately. If the picture still flickers or is 5 blurred c or losing _
the positional balance beyond the adjustment, this procedure is required.
Adjusting the Projection Details
Display the image as explained in “PICTURE PROJECTION". TN
* Select the input source to adjust.
Press A or Y to select a
preferred item.
Press MENU.
The menu is dispiayed.
It automatically disappears after about 30
seconds if no button is pressed.
Press VOLUME/ADJUST
(+, —) to adjust the item.
Example: Adjusting the V-pos. to + position
Press 4 or Y to select
“Panel”.
V-pos. To shift the picture down (—), to en
up (+). pn
H-pos. To shift the picture to the left (—), =
tas dB to the right (+). сл
Моде Phase To reduce flickers. =
Language Clock To remove vertical stripes. <C
Save
Press EXIT/<.
The menu returns.
* This adjustments are stored until you
turn the power off.
Press ENTER/>.
The adjusting menu of “Panel” is displayed.
Press EXIT/<.
The menu disappears.
* |f you project a picture from a computer with an LCD screen while monitoring the picture on the computer, the picture may not be
projected properly, depending on the computer model. In this case, turn off the computer display, or make the necessary picture
adjustments on the projector. For details on controlling the computer display, etc. refer to the computer's manual and description
on the software for the computer used.
* When adjusting V-pos. and H-pos. values, the picture may not be projected properly.
* While using, an aberration of the phase may occur. In that case, make the Phase adjustment again.
* If you want to store the adjustments even if the power is turned off, select “Save”. A
* |f you press the RESET button when this adjusting menu is displayed, all the adjusting items of “Panel” returns to default.
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ADJUSTMENTS
E ORIENTATION SETTING
CAUTION N
+ When a ceiling mount is required, please consult with the
dealer. (Always use the specially designed ceiling fixture
“TLPTK5” (for high ceiling) or “TLPTK6” (for low ceiling).)
For more details, refer to the instruction manual attached
VOLUME/ADJUST
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A, EXIT/4,
ENTER/ >
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to the ceiling fixture. _ ADJUST(+,-) ||
* If you use the projector mounted on the ceiling, ask the 555 DE | |
dealer to clean the filter and replace the lamp, etc. for your cr i
\_ own safety. J
By inverting the picture, various projector installations are possible to meet the room conditions.
Press 4 or Y to select
Я >
_ Mode”.
Floor- >
mounted >
front A NTT Viewer Rear Off
projection I” Ceiling Off Press ENTER/>
Viewing a picture projected on the front of the The setting menu of “Mode” is displayed.
screen from a floor. -
Translucent screen
Floor- AC
mounted — Viewer Rear On
reat Ceiling Off
projection g
Viewing a picture projected through the back
of the screen from a floor installation.
Ceiling- Press A or Y to select
mounted front cc 35 eL =: ”
projection Rear” or “Ceiling”, and
man Sn — Viewer Rear Off press VOLUME/ADJUST
pt | e. `
camera model | || — Ceiling On (+ —) to select the re-
could not be | À I , , |
ino celo Viewing a picture projected on the front of q ul red orientation. (Refer
the screen from a ceiling installation. to left chart)
Ceiling- Example: When setting “Floor-mounted
mounted rear Translucent screen rear projection
projection ee
The document > -
camera model a Ceiling On
could not be — ® À
mounted on Viewing a picture projected through the
the ceiling. back of the screen from a ceiling installation.
Press EXIT/<.
The menu returns. |
* This setting is stored until you turn the
power Off.
Press EXIT/<.
The menu disappears.
Press MENU.
The menu is displayed.
It automatically disappears after about 30
seconds if no button is pressed.
* |f you want to store the setting even if the power is turned off, select “Save”.
* If you press the RESET button when this setting menu is displayed, all the setting items of “Mode” returns to default.
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You can keep the on-screen displays (OSD) off even while switching the input sources (RGB1, RGB2,
Video1, Video2) or losing then (We), or cutting off the picture and sound (6), 65”).
Press A or Y to select
“OSD mute”.
Press MENU.
The menu is displayed.
It automatically disappears after about 30
seconds if no button is pressed.
— Press VOLUME/ADJUST
Press A or Y to select (+, -) to select “On” or
“Mode”. | “Off”.
Video1 — + a
not making making =
OSD to Mute. OSD to Mute. 7
Language a
Save <x
Press ENTER/»>.
The setting menu of “Made” is displayed.
Press EXIT/<.
The menu returns.
* This setting is stored until you turn the
power off.
Of
Ceiling Off
OSD mute Off
Press EXIT/<.
The menu disappears.
* |f you want to store the setting even if the power is turned off, select “Save”.
* If you press the RESET button when this setting menu is displayed, all the setting items of “Mode” returns to default.
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You can save the adjusting values.
Press MENU.
The menu is displayed.
It automatically disappears after about 30
seconds if no button is pressed.
Press VOLUME/ADJUST
(+).
All the values adjusted and set in the menu
are memorized and held if the power is
turned off.
Press EXIT/<.
The menu returns.
Press A or Y to select
“Save”.
Press EXIT/<.
The menu disappears.
— Press ENTER/>.
“Save On” is displayed.
If the adjustments or setting are not
changed, “Save Off” will be displayed.
CAMERA.
TING IMAGES WITH THE DOCUMENT IMAGING CAMERA
Caution
* When using the camera, be careful to not pinch your
hand or fingers into the arm.
* Do not look into the projection lens while operating the
projector.
On the document imaging camera model, you can project pictures using the document imaging camera.
The document imaging camera can directly project any materials (documents, illustrations etc.) without using
an OHP film.
Names and Functions of the Document Imaging Camera
WHITE BALANCE LOCK indicator
Lights when the WHITE BALANCE is locked.
WHITE BALANCE button
To switch between AUTO and LOCK.
Arm
| FOCUS buttons
Camera head unit == Camera A: PAR
Camera head ed control panel
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ARM LIGHT В
OFF ==. Y — ON
Fluorescent light «=== À => ZOOM buttons
W : Whole document
image can be displayed
T : Enlarge document
image size
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CAMERA button
To switch the camera source.
Press again to return to the previous input source.
Fluorescent light switch
Turn ON/OFF the fluorescent light. ( = ON, = OFF)
Left side
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CAMERA OUT jack NTSC/PAL switch
Output the video source of Switch the output signal
document imaging camera. from CAMERA OUT jack.
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* Adjust the focus between the projector and screen by turning the focus ring as needed.
* Adjusting the focus is easier if done while pressing the MENU button and displaying the menu.
Open the rear cover. Stretch the arm.
Detach by pressing the buttons on both
sides of the cover to release the locks.
Turn the camera head
unit.
Raise up the arm.
Pull up the arm until it clicks and be fixed.
* Never give shocks or impacts to the camera or arm as this may cause breakdowns.
» While raising up the arm in step 3, be careful to not hit your face or your body.
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Camera head unit —
Camera head Camera control panel
Fiuorescent light
Fluorescent light switch
Pull out the fluorescent light as illustrated below and turn on the
fluorescent light switch.
Eject the fluorescent
light to the side Turn the fluorescent light on to illuminate the document.
When set to ON the fluorescent light automatically lights up or turns off when the
arm is raised or lowered.
Place the document (text, illustration) you want to show, onto the
projector and turn the camera head to direction of the document.
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1 Lift the camera head unit (7).
2 Turn the camera head unit (2).
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Turn the camera head 90°
Projectable documents size is about 390 (mm) x 300 (mm).
Turn the camera head to the direction of the projected material.
» When projecting a transparent draft such as an OHP film or small size data such as a name card, etc., use the projector with
the accessory Pad placed.
< When a glossy draft such as a photograph is placed, the projected document may become difficult to see due to a light such as
a fluorescent lamp is reflected. In such a case, try to move the draft foreward and project with the camera head direction
adjusted to the draft moved.
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Select “Camera” by
pressing CAMERA.
CAMERA
You can switch to camera input by pressing
the CAMERA button of the camera control
panel or the INPUT button of the main unit.
Press FOCUS A and FO-
CUS v to focus.
First enlarge the picture to the maximum
using the ZOOM T button, and adjust the
focus.
The FOCUS buttons on the camera control
panel are available as well.
First, adjust the focus of the main unit.
Press ZOOM T and
ZOOM W to adjust the
size of the picture.
The ZOOM buttons on the camera control
panel are available as well.
When finished, turn off
the fluorescent light, and
return the camera and
arm to the original posi-
tion.
Follow steps 1 to 4 in inverse.
Set the camera head on it's original
position.
Lay down the arm while pressing the
button on the base of the arm.
If the button is hard to press, slightly move
the arm up and down to press the button.
Put back with arm
and head section
Press this button aligned.
Locking the white balance
screen.
This camera is always adjusting the color balance when
set to AUTO. If the color balance is not shown properly,
follow the steps below to lock the white balance. |
1 Place a white paper and enlarge it to the size of the
2 Light the LOCK indicator by pressing the WHITE
BALANCE button. |
To return to AUTO mode, press again the WHITE
BALANCE button. The LOCK indicator will turn off.
* When the arm is not raised up, the picture from the “Camera” input is not projected.
* Connecting a capture card to the CAMERA OUT jack, you can export pictures on the document imaging camera to a computer.
* When the arm is raised with the camera input selected, the color of the camera picture will vary for an instant period due to the white balance
function worked, but this is normal not a failure.
* When the arm is laid down and raised again, signals obtained from the CAMERA OUT jack may disturb. In this case, raise the arm again.
» When the arm is laid down and raised again with the white balance locked (lock indicator ON), the indicator is kept ON, but the white balance
lock is released. In this case, pressing the white balance button again returns the lock indicator to the normal status.
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CAMERA
The exposure is automatically adjusted, and the fine adjustment can be made manually. If the projected document is dark, adjust
the iris to “+”. If the projected document is too bright, adjust the iris to —.
TING THE DOCUMENT
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Press MENU.
The menu is displayed.
“Camera” is displayed
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It automatically disappears after about 30
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Save
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“Camera”.
played.
Press ENTER/>.
The adjusting menu of “Camera” is dis-
Press 4 or Y to select
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If the projected document is dark, adjust
the iris to “+”. If the projected document is
too bright, adjust the iris to —.
Example: Adjusting to
+ position.
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The menu returns.
* This adjustment is stored until you turn
the power off.
Press EXIT/<.
The menu disappears.
* If you want to store the adjustment even if the power is turned off, select “Save”.
* If you press the RESET button when this adjusting menu is displayed, the adjustment of “Iris” returns to default.
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1 +. Indicators
off — — The power does not come on. Unplug the power cord and call the
— Malfunction of the unit. dealer.
Lit (Red) — —
Lit (Red) Lit (Red) — The lamp turns off or does not light up. *» Lamp's life length is over, replace the
lamp with new one.
* Unplug the power cord and call the dealer.
Lit (Red) — Lit (Red) | The power turns off or does not come on. | Place the projector correctly so the
intake and exhaust fans’ holes are not
— The inside is too hot, or the projector covered.
has been working in an area of high * Turn the projector off, and leave it for a
temperature. while, and turn it on again.
* Clean the air filter.
Lit (Red) — Flashing | The power turns off or does not come on. | Unplug the power cord and call the
(Red) — Trouble with the intake fan. dealer.
Lit (Red) — Flashing | The power turns off or does not come on. | Unplug the power cord and call the
(Orange) | — Trouble with the exhaust fan. dealer.
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Before attempting any maintenance, unplug the power cord.
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Cleaning the Air Filter
The filter under the air filter cover is the device to shut out
dusts or dregs.
Do not use the projector with the filter taken off.
Give a frequent clean especially to the air filter.
(The cleaning period is once per about 50 hours).
Unplug the power cord.
Take off the air filter cover.
The filter is on the bottom side of the projector.
Pull up the filter tabs.
Clean the air filter cover.
Cleaner’s nozzle
Remove dust and stains with a vacuum cleaner.
Attach the air filter cover.
* When the air filter is dusty, the ventilation is impaired. This
causes the temperature inside the projector to rise, and may
damage the unit.
» Attach the air filter cover firmly after the cleaning. If it is not
set correctly, the dusts will enter and they will be projected
and overlapped on the picture.
FILTER, LENS, AND MAIN UNIT CLEANING
CAUTION
If you use the projector mounted on the ceiling,
ask the dealer to carry out the maintenance
such as cleaning.
_Cleaning the Lens___
Use a blower or a lens cleaner to clean the lens.
Never rub or tap the lens with a hard object as the lens
surface is fragile.
* Pull out the power cord before cleaning.
» Use a soft cloth to wipe off stains from the surface.
* To remove difficult stains, use a soft cloth slightly moistened
with a weak solution of synthetic detergent and water, and
finish with a soft, dry cloth.
Replacing the Intake, Exhaust Fans
and Air Filter
To maintain the efficiency of the projector, replace the intake
and exhaust fans about every two to three years.
Ask the dealer for the replacement.
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The lamp will eventually begin to project dark or dull pictures and finally will not light up. (Lamp's life length
depends on the use condition.) In such a case, replace the lamp with new one.
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CAUTION
* If you use the projector mounted on the ceiling, ask the dealer to carry out the maintenance such as cleaning or replacement of the lamp.
* When replacing, always use lamp “TLPL3" (for TLP710U, TLP711U) or “TLPL7” (for TLP770U, TLP771U) (sold separately). For detail, refer to the lamp instruction.
* If you have been using the projector, the lamp will be very hot, and may cause burn injuries. Wait for the lamp to cool (for longer than 1 hour)
before replacing it.
Unplug the power cord.
Wait until the lamp gets cold
enough.
Take off the lamp cover on the
bottom panel. Slide until it hit the bottom and tighten the two fixed
screws.
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Attach the lamp cover.
Loosen two screws, and pull off the lamp cover.
Pull out the lamp.
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Slide the cover in place and tighten two screws.
Reset the lamp timer.
Refer to the lamp instructions for resetting.
Loosen the two fixing screws, and lift up the handle to pull
out the lamp.
The projector displays the total working time at every 1,000 hours (only when plugged in and turned on; ex. * >1000H *, “ >2000H ”).
The lamp should be replaced if the total working time exceeds about 2,000 hours.
Attach the lamp cover firmly after replacing the lamp. If it is not set correctly, the power will not turn on.
Use a new lamp when replacing it.
The lamp is made of glass and is very fragile. Do not touch the lamp with your bare hands and do not jolt or damage it. Do not
use an exhausted lamp.
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MAINTENANCE,
CAUTION
If you have been using the projector, the fluorescent light will be very hot, and may cause burn injuries. Wait for the fluorescent
light to cool before replacing it.
Unplug the power cord.
Remove the cover pressing the
clips on it.
After fitting the left side, turn the light 90° to the direction
shown by the arrow.
Reinstall the cover.
Rotate the fluorescent light and
pull out the light towards you.
To take off, turn the left side 90” to the direction shown by
the arrow.
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Fit the bottom clips first and then fit the top clips.
Even with a good fluorescent light, flickering may occur. In such a case, if you switch off, wait for a short while, then switch on
again, the flickering should go away. (If the light blinks a few times or the flickering stops after the light is on for a few minutes, this
is not a problem.)
* Use FLEW for the fluorescent light.
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ness or synchronization adjust-
ments are not correct.
The power does not come | The power cord is disconnected. | Firmly plug in the power cord. 16
on.
The lamp cover is not attached Attach the cover correctly. 37
correctly.
The power turns off while | The ambient temperature of the Lower the ambient temperature of the projection —
using the projector. projection room is too high. room, and turn the power on.
No images appear. The lens cover is on. Take off the lens cover. 16
The wrong inputis selected. Select the input source correcily. 17
The MUTE mode is on. Press MUTE button to restore the picture. 21
The brightness adjustmentis at — | Adjust the brightness. 24
its darkest.
The source is not correctly Connect the source correctly to the projector. 13,14
connected to the projector.
No sounds are heard. The wrong input is selected. Select the input source correctly. 17
The AUDIO MUTE mode is on. Press the MUTE button to restore the sound. 21
The sound volume is at the Adjust the sound volume with the VOLUME 18
minimum. buttons.
The source is not correctly Connect the source correctly to the projector. 13,14
connected to the projector.
The images are blurred. The lens is dirty. Clean the lens. 36
Focusing is uneven, Use a lens cleaner to clean the lens.
The picture is out of focus. Focus the picture. 18
The projection distance is not Adjust the distance properly. 15
appropriate.
The projecting light is not hitting | Adjust the projecting direction so that the light 15
the screen squarely. hits the screen squarely.
The brightness, contrast, sharp- | Adjust the picture. 24, 26
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The pictures are dim. The brightness or contrast adjustments | Adjust the picture. 24
are not correct.
The lamp life is ending. Replace the lamp. 37
The colors are faint. The color, tint, R-Level, G-Level or B- Adjust the picture. 24,25
The colors are strange. Level adjustments are not correct.
The lamp life is ending. Replace the lamp. 37
Image does not appear The wrong input is selected. Select the correct input source. 33
when using the document
imaging camera.
Document to be projected is not posi- Place the document within the 32
tioned properly. projectable range.
Image is out of focus or The camera lens is dirty. Clean the camera lens. 36
not clear when using the Use a lens cleaner to clean the lens.
document imaging
camera. The document imaging camera is out of | Focus the document imaging camera. 33
focus.
Focus between main unit and screen is | Focus the picture by turning the focusing 18
not correct. rng.
Fluorescent light is not on. Turn on the fluorescent light. 32
The image may not be projected clearly
if the fluorescent light is not on.
On-screen characters are | OSD mute is set to On. Set OSD mute to Off. 28
not displayed.
The remote control does | The remote control is not facing the Face the remote control transmitter 12
not work. remote sensor. toward the remote sensor on the
projector.
The remote control is too far. Operate within about 5 meters. 12
There is an obstruction between the Remove the obstacle. —
remote control and the remote sensor.
The batteries are exhausted. Replace the batteries. 12
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Mode Determination and Signal System E Signal Assignment
Signal Frequency Resolution Lines [Synchronizing
Hor. Ver. iHorizon- Default {| Remarks
Mode System (kHz) (Hz) tal Vertical H/V
NTSC NTSC 15.734 | 59.940 | 664 484 NIN @ |VIDEON
PAL/SECAM | PAL/SECAM 15625 | 50000 | 756 574 N/N e |VDEON
NTSC/DTV480i | Digital broadcasting 15.750 | 60.000 720/640 480 N/N o VIDEO IN/RGB IN
DIVASOPIVGAGON2| Digital broadcasting 31.500 | 60.000 | 720/640 | 480 NN © | VIDEOINRGBIN 15 11
DTV720P | Digital broadcasting 47.500 | 60.000 | 1280 720 N/N © | VIDEO NACBIN I
HDTW/DTV1080i| Hi-Vision/Digital broadcasting. | 33.750 | 60.000 | 1920 1080 NIN O | VIDEO INRGB IN D-SUB 15 pin shrinking
NEC24K PC98 STANDARD 24830 | 56420 | 640 400 N/N © |RGBIN terminal
TEXT70 VGA-350 31.470 | 70.090 | 640 350 PIN © |RGBIN Input Signal
TEXT70 VGA-400 31470 | 70.090 | 640 400 N/P © [RGBIN Video signal Analog
TEXT85 VGA 85Hz-1 37861 | 85.080 | 640 350 PIN © |RGBNN 0.7V(p-p)
TEXT85 VGA 85Hz-2 37.861 | 85.080 | 640 400 N/P © |RGBIN 700
VGAGO VGA 60Hz 31470 | 59940 | 640 480 NN © |RGBIN Horizontal ~~ TTL level :
VGA72 VGA 72Hz 37861 | 72809 | 640 480 NN O |REBIN synchronizing (positive/negative
: signal polarity)
VGA75 VGA 75Hz 37.500 | 75.000 | 640 480 NN © |RGBIN |
VGA85 VGA 85Hz-4 43269 | 85.008 | 640 480 N/N © |RGBIN vertical TIL ove i
MAC13 MAC-13” 35.000 | 66.667 | 640 480 + © | нев! signal 9 Polarity negative
SVGA56 SVGA 56Hz 35.156 | 56250 | 800 600 P/P © |RGBIN |
SVGA60 SVGA 60Hz 37.879 | 60.317 | 800 600 P/P © |RGBIN ping TTL level
SVGA72 SVGA 72Hz 48.077 | 72.188 | 800 600 PIP © |RGBIN signal
SVGA75 SVGA 75Hz 46.875 | 75.000 | 800 600 P/P © |RGBIN
SVGA85 SVGA 85Hz 53.674 | 85.061 800 600 P/P © RGB IN Pin arrangements
MAC16 MAC-187 49.724 | 74550 | 832 624 -- © |RGBIN Pin No.
XGAA3 XGA 43Hz interlace 35.522 43.479x2 | 1024 768 P/P © RGB IN 1 Video input (Red)
XGA60 XGA 60Hz 48.363 | 60.004 | 1024 768 N/N © |RGBIN 2 | Video input (Green)
XGA70 XGA 70Hz 56.476 | 70.069 | 1024 768 NN © |RGBIN 3 | Video input (Blue)
XGA75 XGA 75Hz 60.023 | 75.029 | 1024 768 PIP © |RGBIN я Тб
XGA85 XGA 85Hz 68.677 | 84997 | 1024 768 N/N © |RGBIN E END
MAC19 MAC-19" 60.197 | 74872 | 1024 768 N/N © |RGBIN 5 | GND (Red)
SXGA7S4 | SXGA 75 Hz 67.500 | 75.000 | 1152 864 P/P O |REBIN 7 | GND (Green)
MAC21 MAC-21 68.681 | 75.062 | 1152 870 + O |RGBIN 3 | END (Blue)
SXGA60-1 SXGA 60 Hz 60.000 | 60.000 1280 960 P/P O RGB IN 9 NC
SXGA85-1 | SXGA 85 Hz 85.238 | 85.002 | 1280 960 Р/Р С] | RGBIN 10 | END
SXGA43 SXGA 43Hz interlace 46.433 | 43436x2 | 1280 1024 PIP © |RGBIN TEND
SXGA60-2 | SXGA 60 Hz 63.981 | 60.020 | 1280 1024 PIP O |RGBIN TNC
SXGA75-2 | SXGA 75 Hz 79.976 | 75.025 | 1280 1024 P/P O” |[RaBIN — —
13 Horizontal synchronizing/
SXGA85-2 | SXGA 85 Hz 91.146 | 85.024 | 1280 1024 PIP [] |RGBN composite synchronizing
UXGA60 UXGA 60 Hz 75.000 | 60.000 1600 1200 P/P FT RGB IN signal
UXGA65 UXGA 65 Hz 81.130 | 65.000 | 1600 1200 P/P С) |REBIN 14 | Vertical synchronizing
UXGA70 UXGA 70 Hz 87.500 | 70000 | 1600 1200 Р/Р [1 [RGBIN signal _
UXGA75 UXGA 75 Hz 93750 | 75000 | 1600 1200 P/P [J |RGBIN 15 | NC —
O: full compatible O: dot resizing display [1]: simplified display @: high resolution serial transfer control
* If the mode identification does not define the mode described on the chart above, adjust to the projection details.
* If the mode identification is carried out correctly, a normal display may be not obtained depending on the signal frequency.
* SXGA, UXGA signals can be projected since the projector has simplified compatibility with them. (However, letters and lines can
be inequal or a part can be missing. Some signals may not be projected at all.)
* Some computers may have output modes which are not compatible with this projector. Check the compatibility of the connectors,
signal levels, timing, and resolutions.
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RGB Signal Defaults
The following signals are factory set as defaults in each mode. However, some computers may have different timings than those in
the chart. Make the necessary adjustments if the picture has flickers or is blurred.
Video Timing (Horizontal)
B
Video Timing (Vertical)
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Mode Resolution (Pixels) (Pixels) (Pixels) (Pixels) (Pixels) (kHz) (Hz) (biz) (Lines) (Lines) (Lines) (Lines) (Lines)
NEC24k 640 x 400 85 640 59 64 848 | 24.83 | 56.42 |21.053| 25 400 7 8 440
TEXT70 640 x 350 50 640 14 96 800 | 31.47 | 70.09 | 25.175 | 59 350 38 2 449
TEXT70 640 x 400 50 640 14 96 800 | 31.47 | 70.09 | 25.175 | 34 400 13 2 449
TEXT85 640 x 350 96 640 32 64 832 | 37.86 | 85.08 | 31.500 | 60 350 32 3 445
TEXT85 640 x 400 96 640 32 64 832 | 37.86 | 85.08 | 31.500 | 41 400 1 3 445
VGAGO 640 x 480 48 640 16 96 800 | 31.47 | 59.94 | 25.175 | 33 480 10 2 525
VGA72 640 x 480 128 640 24 40 832 | 37.86 | 72.81 | 31.500 | 28 480 9 3 520
VGA75 640 x 480 120 640 16 64 840 | 37.50 | 75.00 | 31.500 | 16 480 1 3 500
VGA85 640 x 480 80 640 56 56 832 | 43.27 | 85.01 |36.000 | 25 480 1 3 509
MAC13 640 x 480 96 640 64 64 864 | 35.00 | 66.67 | 30.240 | 39 480 3 3 525
SVGAS56 800 x 600 128 800 24 72 1024 | 35.16 | 56.25 | 36.000 | 22 600 1 2 625
SVGA6GO 800 x 600 88 800 40 128 | 1056 | 37.88 | 60.32 | 40.000 | 23 600 1 4 628
SVGA72 800 x 600 64 800 56 120 | 1040 | 48.08 | 72.19 | 50.000 | 23 600 37 6 666
SVGA75 800 x 600 160 800 16 80 1056 | 46.88 | 75.00 | 49.500 | 21 600 1 3 625
SVGA85 800 x 600 152 800 32 64 1048 | 53.67 | 85.06 |56.250 | 27 600 1 3 631
MAC16 832 x 624 216 832 40 64 1152 | 49.72 | 74,55 |57.283 | 39 632 1 3 667
XGA60 1024 x 768 160 | 1024 24 136 | 1344 | 48.363 | 60.004 | 65.000 | 29 768 3 6 806
XGA70 1024 x 768 144 | 1024 24 136 | 1328 | 56.476 | 70.069 | 75.000 | 29 768 3 6 806
XGA75 1024 x 768 176 | 1024 16 96 1312 | 60.023 | 75.029 | 78.750 | 28 768 1 3 800
XGA85 1024 x 768 208 | 1024 48 96 1376 | 68.677 | 84.997 | 94.500 | 36 768 1 3 808
MAC19 1024 x 768 180 | 1024 20 96 1320 | 60.197 | 74.872 | 73.200 | 30 768 3 3 804
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Conditioning of the Projection Unit can also be done by a Pin No. Signal Meaning
computer via the RS-232C, as well as by the remote 1 NC No connection
control. 2 TXD Sending data
3 RXD Receiving data
4 DSR Data set ready
5 GND Signal ground
6 DTR Data terminal ready
7 CTS Consent to send
8 RTS Request to send
D-SUB 9 pin 9 N.C No connection
(Main Unit) Use a straight-wired communication cable.
The interface is established according to the following format.
1 Communication method RS-232C
No parity + 8DATA + 1 STOP bit
2 Data format Command shall be composed of alphanumeric characters of ASCII
description. Use only capital letters.
3 Speed 9600 bps
4 Communication format | STX (02h)|Command (8Byte)|ETX (03h) |
One command only can be used in one communication.
5 Return value Acknowledge|ACK (06h) Not Acknowledge[NAK (15h)
(1) NORMAL COMMAND
Command | Original meaning of command | Meaning Command | Original meaning of command | Meaning
PON PowerON Power on. POF PowerOFf Power off.
INO INput-0 Adjusts to INPUT-0 (CAMERA). ||IN1 INput-1 Adjusts to INPUT-1 (RGB1).
IN2 INput-2 Adjusts to INPUT-2 (RGB2). IN3 INput-3 Adjusts to INPUT-3 (VIDEOT).
IN4 INput-4 Adjusts to INPUT-4 (VIDEO?2).
VUP Vol-UP Volume up. VDW Vol-DoWn Volume down.
MON MuteON All mute on. MOF MuteOFf All mute off.
AON AudioON Audio mute on. AOF AudioOFf Audio mute off.
DON DisplayON Displaying condition on. DOF DisplayOFf Displaying condition off.
FON FreezeON Freezing on. FOF FreezeOFf Freezing off.
RUP ResizeUP Resizing up. RDW ResizeDoWn Resizing down.
RSO ReSize0 Resize reset. РОО POsitionO Position reset.
PO1 POsition1 Move up. PO? POsition2 Move down.
POS POsition3 Move left. PO4 POsition4 Move right.
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(2) COMMON ADJUSTMENT
| Command
Command | Original meaning of command | Meaning Original meaning of command | Meaning
ALF Adj-LeFt Adjusts value down. | ARG Adj-RiGht Adjusts value up.
DSV DataSaVe Save adjusts value. | DRS DataReSet Adjust value to default.
(3) VIDEO1 ADJUSTMENT
Command | Original meaning of command | Meaning | Command | Original meaning of command | Meaning
VCN Video-CoNtrast Adjusts contrast balance, | VBR Video-BRight Adjusts brightness balance.
VCL Video-CoLor Adjusts color balance. | VTN Video-TiNt Adjusts tint balance.
VSH Video-SHarp Adjusts sharpness balance. |
(4) VIDEO2 ADJUSTMENT
Command | Original meaning of command | Meaning Command | Original meaning of command | Meaning
VLR Video-Level-Red Adjusts Red level. VLG Video-Level-Green Adjusts Green level.
VLB Video-Level-Blue Adjusts Blue level.
(5) PANEL ADJUSTMENT
Command | Original meaning of command | Meaning | Command | Original meaning of command | Meaning
PVP Panel-V-Pos Adjusts of vertical position. | PHP Panel-H-Pos Adjusts of horizontal position.
PPH Panel-PHase Adjust of sample phase. | PCK Panel-ClocK Adjust of sample clock.
(6) MODE ADJUSTMENT
Command | Original meaning of command | Meaning Command | Original meaning of command | Meaning
MOO Mode-Osd0 OSD mute off. MO1 Mode-Osd1 OSD mute on.
MCO Mode-Ceil0 Ceiling mounted off. MC1 Mode-Ceilt Ceiling mounted on.
MRO Mode-Rear0 Rear mounted off. MR! Mode-Rear1 Rear mounted on.
(7) LANGUAGE ADJUSTMENT
Command | Original meaning of command | Meaning Command | Original meaning of command | Meaning
LEN Lang. ENglish Adjusts to English display. LJP Lang. JaPanese Adjusts to Japanese display.
LFR Lang. FRench Adjusts to French display. LGR Lang. GeRman Adjusts to German display.
LSP Lang. SPanish Adjusts to Spanish display. LIT Lang. iTalian Adjusts to Italian display.
(8) CAMERA ADJUSTMENT
Command | Original meaning of command | Meaning Command | Original meaning of command | Meaning
CZU Cam-ZoomUp Zoom wide. CZD Cam-ZoomDown Zoom tele.
CFU Cam-FocusUp Focus far. CFD Cam-FocusDown Focus near.
CIR Cam-lRis Adjusts of IRIS.
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[Main Unit]
SPECIFICATIONS a
AC 100 — 240V 50/60Hz
TLP710U: 205W (120V), TLP770U: 240W (120V)
TLP711U: 220W (120V), TLP771U: 255W (120V)
TLP710U, TLP770U: 6.9 Kg
TLP711U, TLP771U: 8.2 Kg
TLP710U, TLP770U: 390 x 139 x 309 (mm) (W/H/D) (Including the projecting sections)
TLP711U, TLP771U: 390 x 139 x 390 (mm) (W/H/D) (Including the projecting sections)
Temperature: 0°C to 35°C Humidity: 30% to 70% RH
TLP710U, TLP711U: UHP lamp 120W
TLP770U, TLP771U: UHP lamp 150W
1.5W (monaural)
RGB signal (D-sub 15-pin) Audio: 1V(p-p), more than 22kQ, 3.5mm stereo mini jack
RGB signal (D-sub 15-pin) Audio: 1V(p-p), more than 22kQ, 83.5mm stereo mini jack
S-video signal (Mini DIN 4-pin): Y input; 1V(p-p), 75Q, negative synchronization
C input: 0.286V(p-p) (burst signal), 750
Audio: 1V(p-p), more than 22kQ, 03.5mm stereo mini jack
Video signal/Y: — 1V(p-p), 75Q
Св/Рв: 0.7V(p-p), 75Q
CR/PR: 0.7V(p-p), 752
Audio: 1V(p-p), more than 22kQ, 03.5mm stereo mini jack
RGB signal (D-sub 15-pin)
Audio: 1V(p-p), less than 2.2kQ, 63.5mm stereo mini jack
D-sub 9-pin (RS-232C)
ABS resin
[Liquid Crystal Display]
3-pannels transmission
1.3 inches
TFT active matrix
786,432 (1024 x 768 dots) x 3
[Projection Lens]
Zooming lens F=2.0 — 2.5 {=50 — 70mm
Manual operation
Manual operation
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[Document Imaging Camera]
F=1.8 — 2.3, 1=5,8 - 23.2MM
Max 390 (mm) horizontal, 300 (mm) vertical (WIDE)
Motor-driven (Manual)
Motor-driven (Manual)
Auto/Level adjustment allowed
1/3 inch CCD
810,000
Horizontal 1024, vertical 768
6W fluorescent light
Pin jack (NTSC/PAL signal)
[Accessories]
Wireless remote Control ................—— eee eee 1
AVI: 74-10/=11(=15 ES 2
e -1d0.0 [NO TO nen 1
RGB cable ....................e.inieee reee reee 1
Adapter for Macintosh COMPULEIS couriers 1
PC Audio cable coerce errr ere renee 1
Video CablE eect rere eer era 1
Audio CADDIE eevee errr etree rrr renee ren renee 1
LENS COVET ….....…......cccrrrcreccrraserencen an sers scan en ranree emma e nan ce nana een annee nee 1
A reese ener ees 1 (Only the document imaging camera model)
Infrared remote sensor UNit..............eeeereeeerere ee RD rene 1
IBM/MAC cable (for infrared remote sensor unit) ae 1
PS/2 cable (for infrared remote sensor unit) ……..…....…...…….….….……reserceessences 1
MAC cable (for infrared remote sensor Unit) ..............e.e...ee.0000meeeere 1
The design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Trademarks
NEC, PC-98 series are trademarks of NEC Corporation.
IBM, DOS/V, VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA, UXGA are trademarks or registered trademarks of International Business Machines
Corporation.
Macintosh is a trademark of Apple Computer inc.
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LIMITED WARRANTY
TOSHIBA TLP700 Series 3LCD Data Projector
Toshiba America Consumer Products, Inc. (TACP) makes the following limited warranties. -
These limited warranties extend to the original end-user purchaser.
Limited two (2) Years Warranty of Parts and Labor o
TACP warrants this product and its parts against defects in | materials or workmanship for a period of two years after
the date of original retail purchase.
For a period of two years after the date of original retail purchase, TACP will repair a defective product or a part,
without charge to you.
This warranty also covers accessories of 3LCD Data Projector.
This warranty period of the lamp is ninety (90) days.
Your Responsibility
The above warranties are subject to the following conditions.
You must retain your bill of sale or provide other proof of purchase. |
You must make a written notification within thirty (30) days after your discovery of a defective product or part.
All warranty servicing of this product or parts must be made by TACP or a service facility authorized by TACP.
These warranties are effective only if the product is purchased and operated in the USA.
Labor service charges for installation and adjustment of customer controls are not covered by this warranty.
Warranties extend only to defects in materials or workmanship as limited above and do not extend to any product
or parts which have been lost or discarded by you or to damage to products or parts caused by misuse, accident,
improper installation, improper maintenance or use in violation of instructions furnished by us; or to units which
have been altered or modified without authorized of TACP or to damage to product or parts thereof which have had
the serial number removed, altered, defaced or rendered illegible.
7. Ifitis determined after investigation that the claimed problem was not covered with this warranty, you shall pay the
cost of investigation at prevailing rate.
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Step-by-step procedure how to obtain warranty service
To obtain warranty servicing, you should:
1. Read the owners manual thoroughly before operating.
2. Please contact your dealer for an immediate service and an advice.
3. If your dealer is not able to assist you, please contact TACP Service Center listed below or a servicing facilities |
authorized by TACP for a warranty service within thirty (30) days after you find a defective product or part.
4. Arrange for a delivery of the product to TACP Service Center or a servicing facilities authorized by TACP.
5. The shipment of the product must be insured, safely and securely packed, preferably in the original carton ora
carton with an equivalent protection. A letter explaining the defect and also a copy of the bill of sale or other proof _
of purchase must be enclosed. All transportation and insurance charges must be prepaid by you.
6. The repaired product is returned freight prepaid to the purchaser after warranty servicing.
7. If you have any questions about service, please contact the following TACP Service Center.
TACP is not obligated to provide purchasers with a substitute unit during the warranty period.
82 Totowa Rd., Wayne,
NJ 07470, U.S.A.
Phone: (973) 628-8000
Fax: (973) 628-1875
Toll Free for Service Call: 1-800-631-3811
TOSHIBA AMERICA CONSUMER PRODUCTS, INC.
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