Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Table of Contents.............................1
Usage Notice....................................2
Safety Information................................2
Precautions..........................................3
Eye Safety Warnings............................5
Product Features.................................5
Introduction.......................................6
Package Overview...............................6
Product Overview.................................7
Main Unit............................................... 7
Control Panel........................................ 8
Input/Output Connections..................... 9
Remote Control................................... 10
Installation......................................11
Connecting to the Projector...............11
Connecting a Computer/Notebook..... 11
Connecting a Video source................. 12
Connect to 3D Video Devices............13
Using the 3D glasses.........................15
Powering On/Off the Projector...........16
Powering On the Projector.................. 16
Powering off the projector.................. 17
Warning Indicator................................ 18
Adjusting the Projected Image...........19
Adjusting the Projector’s Height . ....... 19
Adjusting the Projector’s Focus.......... 20
Adjusting Projection Image Size......... 20
User Controls.................................23
Control Panel & Remote Control........23
Control Panel...................................... 23
Remote Control................................... 24
On-screen Display Menus..................27
How to operate................................... 27
Menu Tree........................................... 28
IMAGE................................................ 35
IMAGE | Advanced............................. 38
DISPLAY............................................. 43
DISPLAY | 3D .................................... 48
SETUP................................................ 50
SETUP | Audio Settings...................... 53
SETUP | Security................................ 55
SETUP | Network................................ 57
SETUP | Network|LAN Settings.......... 58
SETUP | Network|Control Settings..... 60
SETUP | Signal (RGB)........................ 70
SETUP | Signal (Video)...................... 72
SETUP | Advanced............................. 73
OPTIONS............................................ 75
OPTIONS | Lamp Settings.................. 79
OPTIONS | Advanced......................... 81
OPTIONS | Remote Settings.............. 83
OPTIONS | Filter Settings................... 84
Appendices.....................................85
Troubleshooting..................................85
Image Problems.................................. 85
Other Problems................................... 87
Remote Control Problems.................. 87
LED Lighting Messages...................... 88
On Screen Messages......................... 89
Replacing the Lamp...........................90
Installing and Cleaning the
Dust Filter..........................................92
Compatibility Modes..........................93
RS232 Commands and
Protocol Function List........................95
RS232 Pin Assignments..................... 95
RS232 Protocol Function List............. 96
Ceiling Mount Installation.................104
Optoma Global Offices....................105
Regulation & Safety Notices............107
FCC Notice....................................... 107
Declaration of Conformity for
EU countries..................................... 108
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Usage Notice
Safety Information
The lightning flash with arrow head within an equilateral triangle is
intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to
constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert
the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (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.
Class B emissions limits
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.
Important Safety Instruction
1. Do not block any ventilation openings. To ensure reliable operation of the
projector and to protect from over heating, it is recommended to install the
projector in a location that does not block ventilation. As an example, do
not place the projector on a crowded coffee table, sofa, bed, etc. Do not
put the projector in an enclosure such as a book case or a cabinet that
restricts air flow.
2. Do not use the projector near water or moisture. To reduce the risk of fire
and/or electric shock, do not expose the projector to rain or moisture.
3. Do not install near heat sources such as radiators, heaters, stoves or any
other apparatus such as amplifiers that emits heat.
4. Clean only with dry cloth.
5. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
6. Do not use the unit if it has been physically damaged or abused. Physical
damage/abuse would be (but not limited to):
-- Unit has been dropped.
-- Power supply cord or plug has been damaged.
-- Liquid has been spilled on to the projector.
-- Projector has been exposed to rain or moisture.
-- Something has fallen in the projector or something is loose inside.
Do not attempt to service the unit yourself. Opening or removing covers
may expose you to dangerous voltages or other hazards. Please call
Optoma before you send the unit for repair.
7. Do not let objects or liquids enter the projector. They may touch dangerous voltage points and short out parts that could result in fire or electric
shock.
8. See projector enclosure for safety related markings.
9. The unit should only be repaired by appropriate service personnel.
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Usage Notice
Precautions
Please follow all warnings, precautions and maintenance as recommended in this user’s guide.
™™ When the lamp
reaches the end
of its life, the
projector will not
turn back on until
the lamp module
has been replaced.
To replace the
lamp, follow the
procedures listed
under “Replacing
the Lamp” section
on pages 90-91.
Warning-
Do not look into the projector’s lens when the
lamp is on. The bright light may hurt your eyes.
Warning-
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do
not expose this projector to rain or moisture.
Warning-
Please do not open or disassemble the projector as this may cause electric shock.
Warning-
When replacing the lamp, please allow the unit
to cool down. Follow instructions as described
on pages 90-91.
Warning-
This projector will detect the life of the lamp
itself. Please be sure to change the lamp when
it shows warning messages.
Warning-
Reset the “Lamp Reset” function from the onscreen display “Options|Lamp Settings” menu
after replacing the lamp module (refer to page
79).
Warning-
When switching the projector off, please ensure
the cooling cycle has been completed before
disconnecting power. Allow 90 seconds for the
projector to cool down.
Warning-
When the lamp is approaching to the end of its
life time, the message “Lamp life exceeded.”
will show on the screen. Please contact your
local reseller or service center to change the
lamp as soon as possible.
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Usage Notice
Do:
™™ Turn off and unplug the power plug from the AC outlet before
cleaning the product.
™™ Use a soft dry cloth with mild detergent to clean the display housing.
™™ Disconnect the power plug from AC outlet if the product is not being used for a long period of time.
Do not:
™™ Block the slots and openings on the unit provided for ventilation.
™™ Use abrasive cleaners, waxes or solvents to clean the unit.
™™ Use under the following conditions:
-- In extremely hot, cold or humid environments.
`` Ensure that the ambient room temperature is within 5 C ~
40 C
`` Relative humidity is 10% ~ 85%
-- In areas susceptible to excessive dust and dirt.
-- Near any appliance generating a strong magnetic field.
-- In direct sunlight.
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Usage Notice
Eye Safety Warnings
™™ Avoid staring/facing directly into the projector beam at all
times. Keep your back to the beam as much as possible.
™™ When projector is used in a classroom, adequately supervise students when they are asked to point out something
on the screen.
™™ In order to minimize the lamp power, use room blinds to
reduce ambient light levels.
Product Features
™™ Product features
may vary depending on model.
™™ 1080p (1920x1080)
™™ XGA (1024x768) / WXGA (1280x800) Native resolution
™™ HD compatible – 720p and 1080p supported
™™ BrilliantColorTM Technology
™™ Kensington Lock
™™ RS232 control
™™ Rapid shutdown
™™ Full 3D (See page 94)
™™ Crestron/Extron/ PJLinkTM compatibility.
™™ Eco+ mode for more economic usage
™™ USB Power Charger
™™ Interactivity Support (Only for Interactive version)
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Introduction
Package Overview
Unpack and inspect the box contents to ensure all parts listed
below are in the box. If something is missing, please contact
Optoma customer service.
Standard Accessories
Power
Switch
Freeze
L
R
Enter
Laser
Page-
Keystone
-
Page+
Volume
-
+
1
2
Menu
4
5
HDMI
VGA
+
3
3D
6
Video
7
8
9
User1
User2
User3
0
Source
Projector
™™ For other laser
curtain accessories, please refer
to the laser curtain user manual.
Power Cord
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Remote
CD User Manual

Warranty Card

Basic User Manual

2 × AAA Batteries
Documentation
Optional Accessories
™™ Optional
accessories vary
depending on
model, specification and region.
Resync
HDMI Cable
VGA Cable
Laser Curtain Module
(for interactivity
version only)
Introduction
Product Overview
Main Unit
1
2
3
4
5
6
9
™™ Do not block
projector in/out air
vents.
7
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Lamp Cover
Control Panel
Focus Switch
IR Receiver
Input/Output Connections
8
6.
7.
8.
9.
Lens
Power Socket
Speaker
IR Camera (Only for
interactive version)
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Introduction
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Control Panel
1
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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2
Power
Source
Lamp Indicator
Temperature (Temp) Indicator
IR Receiver
3
4
5
15
14
Introduction
Input/Output Connections
1
2
3
17
16
15
14
13
4
12
5
11
6
10
9
7
8
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
™™ Remote mouse
requires special
remote.
Power Socket
KensingtonTM Lock Port
RJ45 Connector
USB Power Connector (5V/2A Max.)
3D Sync Connector (5V)
RS-232C Connector (9-pin DIN Type)
12V Audio Out Connector
USB Connector (Connect to PC for Remote Mouse
function)
9. VGA-Out/VGA2-In Connector
10. VGA1-In/YPbPr Connector (PC Analog Signal/Component
Video Input/HDTV/YPbPr)
11. Composite Video Input Connector
12. HDMI2 Input Connector
13. HDMI1 Input Connector
14. Audio 2 In Connector (3.5mm mini Jack)
15. Composite Audio Input (right/left) Connector
16. Audio Input Connector (microphone)
17. Audio Output Connector (3.5mm mini Jack)
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Remote Control
™™ Some keys may
have no function
for models which
do not support
these features.
1
Power
Switch
16
2
Freeze
3
17
L
4
R
18
5
19
Enter
6
7
8
9
Keystone
-
1
-
+
2
3
Menu
3D
4
5
6
11
HDMI
VGA
Video
12
7
8
9
User1
User2
User3
13
14
15
10
Page+
21
22
23
24
25
26
0
Source
20
Volume
+
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Laser
Page-
Resync
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1. Power on / off
2. Freeze
3. Display blank / audio
mute
4. Mouse left click
5. Enter
6. Laser
7. Page 8. Keystone - / +
9. Menu
10. Aspect ratio
11. HDMI
12. User 2
13. User 1
14. Source
15. Brightness mode
16. Mouse on / off
17. Mute
18. Mouse right click
19. Four directional
select keys
20. Page +
21. Volume - / +
22. 3D menu on / off
23. VGA
24. Video
25. User 3
26. Numeric keypad
(0-9)
27. Re-sync
Installation
Connecting to the Projector
Connecting a Computer/Notebook
MOLEX
1
2
3
5
4
E62405SP
R
6
™™ Due to the
difference in
applications for
each country,
some regions may
have different
accessories.
™™ (*) Optional
accessory
Audio output
11
3D glasses
7
10
9
8
Microphone input
1.............................................................................................. RS-232C cable
2............................................................................. Remote Mouse USB cable
3.....................................................................................VGA1-In/YPbPr cable
4................................................................................................... *HDMI cable
5..............................................................................................Audio 2 In cable
6.....................................................................................................Power cord
7............................................................................................. Audio Out cable
8..........................................................................Audio In (microphone) cable
9................................................................................................... RJ-45 cable
10......................................................................................... *3D emitter cable
11.............................................................................. VGA-Out/VGA2-In cable
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Connecting a Video source
DVD player, Blu-ray player, Set-top box,
HDTV receiver, Games console
1
2
3
4
E62405SP
R
5
™™ Due to the
difference in
applications for
each country,
some regions may
have different
accessories.
™™ (*) Optional
accessory
6
3D glasses
9
7
Audio output
8
DVD player, Set-top box,
HDTV receiver
1............................................................................. *3 RCA Component cable
2................................................................................................... *HDMI cable
3........................................................................................... *Audio2 In cable
4.................................................................................................Audio In cable
5......................................................................................................Power cord
6............................................................................................*Audio Out cable
7...................................................................................... Microphone In cable
8....................................................................................................Video cable
9........................................................................................... *3D emitter cable
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Installation
Connect to 3D Video Devices
™™ The 3D video
source device
must be
powered on
before the 3D
projector.
™™ If input video
is normal 2D,
please press
“3D Format”
and switch to
“Auto”.
™™ If “SBS Mode”
is active, 2D
video content
will not display
correctly.
Once you have connected your devices together with HDMI
cables, as shown in the diagram, you are ready to begin.
Power ON your 3D video source and your 3D projector.
PlayStation® 3 Games
yy Make sure that you have updated your console to the latest software version.
yy Go to the “Settings menu -> Display settings -> Video output ->
HDMI”. Select “Automatic” and follow the on-screen instructions.
yy Insert your 3D game disc. Alternatively you can download games
(and 3D updates) via the PlayStation® network.
yy Launch the game. In the in-game menu, select “Play in 3D”.
Blu-ray 3D™ Player
yy Make sure that your player can support 3D Blu-ray™ disc and that
3D output is enabled.
yy Insert the 3D Blu-ray™ disc into the player, press “Play”.
3D TV (e.g. SKY 3D, DirecTV)
yy Contact your TV service provider to enable any 3D channels on
your channel package.
yy Once enabled, switch to the 3D channel.
yy You should see two images side-by-side.
yy Switch to the “SBS Mode” of the 3D projector. The option is located in the “Display” section of the projector OSD menu.
3D Device (e.g. 3D DV/DC) with 2D 1080i side by side signal
output
yy Connect your 3D device and switch to out 3D content with 2D
side-by-side output to 3D Projector.
-- You should see two images side-by-side.
yy Switch to the “SBS Mode” of the 3D projector. The option is located in the “Display” section of the projector OSD menu.
If watching 3D content from an HDMI 1.4a source (e.g. 3D Blu-ray)
your 3D glasses should always be in sync. If watching 3D content
from an HDMI 1.3 source (e.g. 3D broadcast using SBS mode) it may
be necessary to use the projector’s 3D Sync-Invert option to optimize
your 3D experience. The option is located in the “Display ->3D” section of the projector OSD menu.
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3D Broadcast
3D Blu-ray™ Disc
SKY+HD, cable/satellite
box
3D Blu-ray™ Player
3D Console Games
PlayStation® 3
3D DLP®Link™ Glasses
Full 3D 1080p DLP® Projector
3D RF Glasses
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3D Emitter
Installation
Using the 3D glasses
™™ For more detailed information, please
refer to 3D
glasses user’s
guide.
1. To turn ON 3D glasses.
2. Verify that 3D content is being sent to the projector and
signal is compatible with projector specifications.
3. Turn on the “3D Mode” (Off/DLP-Link/VESA 3D - depending on which type of glasses you are using) of the 3D
projector. The option is located in the “Display” section of
the projector OSD menu.
4. Turn on 3D glasses and verify image appears in 3D without eyestrain.
5. If the image does not appear in 3D, please check 3D
device set up correctly to send out 3D image or not. Or
“SBS Mode” should turn on when input signal is 2D 1080i
side-by-side and repeat previous steps 1 ~ 4.
6. It may be necessary to use projector’s “3D Sync-Invert”
option to optimize your 3D experience. The option is
located in the “Display” section of the projector OSD menu.
7. To turn OFF 3D glasses: Press the “Power” button and
hold until the LED switches off.
8. For more detailed information, please refer to the 3D
glasses user’s guide, or manufacturer's Website.
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Powering On/Off the Projector
Powering On the Projector
1. Securely connect the power cord and signal cable. When
connected, the On/Standby LED will turn Red.
2. Turn on the lamp by pressing “ ” button either on the top of
the projector or on the remote. The On/Standby LED will now
turn Blue.
The startup screen will display in approximately 10 seconds.
The first time you use the projector, you will be asked to
select the preferred language and power saving mode.
3. Turn on and connect the source that you want to display
on the screen (computer, notebook, video player, etc). The
projector will detect the source automatically. If not, push
menu button and go to “OPTIONS”.
Make sure that the “Source Lock” has been set to “Off”.
If you connect multiple sources at the same time, press the
“SOURCE” button on the Remote Control or direct source
keys on the remote control to switch between inputs.
™™ Turn on the projector first and then
select the signal
sources.
™™ (*) Optional
accessory.
or
Power
Switch
Freeze
L
R
Enter
Laser
Page-
Keystone
-
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-
+
1
Page+
Volume
+
2
3
Menu
3D
4
5
6
HDMI
VGA
Video
7
8
9
User1
User2
User3
0
Source
Resync
Installation
Powering off the projector
1. Press the “ ” button on the remote control or on the
Control Panel to turn off the projector. The following
message will be displayed on the screen.
Power Off?
Press Power again
Press the “ ” button again to confirm otherwise the
message will disappear after 15 seconds. When you press
the “ ” button for the second time, the projector will display
countdown timer and will shut down.
2. The cooling fans continue to operate for about 10 seconds
for cooling cycle and the On/Standby LED will flash Blue.
When the On/Standby LED lights solid Red, the projector
has entered standby mode.
If you wish to turn the projector back on, you must wait
until the projector has completed the cooling cycle and
has entered standby mode. Once in standby mode, simply
press “ ” button to restart the projector.
3. Disconnect the power cord from the electrical outlet and
the projector.
4. Do not turn on the projector immediately following a power
off procedure.
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Warning Indicator
™™ Contact the
nearest service
center if the
projector displays
these symptoms.
See pages 105106 for more
information.
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When the warning indicators (see below) come on,
the projector will automatically shutdown:
 “LAMP” LED indicator is lit red and if “On/Standby” indicator
flashes red.
 “TEMP” LED indicator is lit red and if “On/Standby” indicator
flashes red. This indicates the projector has overheated.
Under normal conditions, the projector can be switched
back on.
 “TEMP” LED indicator flashes red and if “On/Standby”
indicator flashes red.
Unplug the power cord from the projector, wait for 30 seconds
and try again. If the warning indicator light up again, please
contact your nearest service center for assistance.
Installation
Adjusting the Projected Image
Adjusting the Projector’s Height
The projector is equipped with elevator feet for adjusting
the image height.
1. Locate the adjustable foot you wish to modify on the
underside of the projector.
2. Rotate the adjustable ring clockwise to raise the projector
or counter clockwise to lower it. Repeat with the remaining
feet as needed.
Tilt-Adjustment Feet
Tilt-Adjustment Ring
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Adjusting the Projector’s Focus
To focus the image, slide the focus switch until the image is
clear.
Standard throw series (XGA): The projector will focus at distances from 1.55 to 2.21 feet (0.47 to 0.68 meters) counted
from the center of lens..
Standard throw series (WXGA): The projector will focus
at distances from 1.59 to 2.15 feet (0.49 to 0.66 meters)
counted from the center of lens..
Standard throw series (1080p): The projector will focus
at distance from 1.46 to 1.83 feet (0.45 to 0.56 meters)
counted from the center of lens.
Focus Switch
Adjusting Projection Image Size
Projection Image Size (XGA) from 70”-100” (1.78 to 2.54
meters).
Projection Image Size (WXGA) from 85”-115” (2.16 to 2.92
meters).
Projection Image Size (1080p) from 80”-100” (2.03 to 2.54
meters).
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Installation
Variables:
“a”: Image Offset (m) from the center of the lens to the top of the vertical image.
“b”: Distance from the center of the lens to the bottom of the projector.
“c”: Distance between the wall (projection surface) to the back of the projector.
“d”: Image Diagonal.
“g”: Distance between the center of the lens and wall (projection surface).
“m”: Distance between the wall (projection surface) and the front of the projector.
“p”: Distance from top of projector to the mounting hole.
“H”: Height of the Image.
“W”:Width of the image.
m
b
p
c
a
g
d
(H)
(W)
d
(H)
(W)
a
g
c
m
p
b
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Standard throw XGA (4:3)
a
b
c
d
W
H
g
m
P
Distance
Image Offset
from the center
Distance from center
of the lens to the of lens to the bottom
top of the vertical
of projector (m)
image (m)
between
Distance between
the wall (projection
Image Diagonal
surface) to the back
(inch)
Width of Image Height of ImSize
age Size
the center
of lens and
wall(projection
of projector (m)
surface)
(inch)
(m)
(inch)
(m)
(feet)
(m)
Distance between
the wall(projection
Distance from top
surface) and the
of projector to
front of the projec- mounting hole (m)
tor (m)
0.181
0.0631
0.219
70
56.0
1.42
42.0
1.07
1.55
0.47
0.5289
0.119
0.192
0.0631
0.246
74
59.2
1.50
44.4
1.13
1.64
0.50
0.5559
0.119
0.207
0.0631
0.287
80
64.0
1.63
48.0
1.22
1.77
0.54
0.5969
0.119
0.233
0.0631
0.354
90
72.0
1.83
54.0
1.37
1.99
0.61
0.6639
0.119
0.259
0.0631
0.422
100
80.0
2.03
60.0
1.52
2.21
0.68
0.7319
0.119
m
P
Standard throw WXGA (16:10)
a
b
c
d
W
H
g
Distance
Image Offset
from the center
Distance from center
of the lens to the of lens to the bottom
top of the vertical
of projector (m)
image (m)
between
Distance between
the wall (projection
Image Diagonal
surface) to the back
(inch)
Width of Image Height of ImSize
age Size
the center
of lens and
wall(projection
of projector (m)
surface)
Distance between
the wall(projection
Distance from top
surface) and the
of projector to
front of the projec- mounting hole (m)
tor (m)
(inch)
(m)
(inch)
(m)
(feet)
(m)
0.172
0.0631
0.232
85
72.1
1.83
45.0
1.14
1.59
0.49
0.5419
0.119
0.176
0.0631
0.245
87
74.0
1.88
46.2
1.17
1.63
0.50
0.5549
0.119
0.182
0.0631
0.261
90
76.4
1.94
47.7
1.21
1.69
0.51
0.5709
0.119
0.202
0.0631
0.318
100
84.8
2.15
53.0
1.35
1.87
0.57
0.6279
0.119
0.222
0.0631
0.375
110
93.3
2.37
58.3
1.48
2.06
0.63
0.6849
0.119
0.232
0.0631
0.403
115
97.5
2.48
60.9
1.55
2.15
0.66
0.7129
0.119
m
P
Standard throw 1080p (16:9)
a
b
c
d
W
H
g
Distance
Image Offset
from the center
Distance from center
of the lens to the of lens to the bottom
top of the vertical
of projector (m)
image (m)
between
Distance between
the wall (projection
Image Diagonal
surface) to the back
(inch)
Width of Image Height of Image Size
of lens and
wall(projection
of projector (m)
surface)
Distance between
the wall(projection
Distance from top
surface) and the
of projector to
front of the projec- mounting hole (m)
tor (m)
(inch)
(m)
(inch)
(m)
(feet)
(m)
0.179
0.0631
0.193
80
69.7
1.77
39.2
1.00
1.46
0.45
0.5029
0.119
0.200
0.0631
0.244
89
77.6
1.97
43.7
1.11
1.63
0.50
0.5539
0.119
0.202
0.0631
0.249
90
78.4
1.99
44.1
1.12
1.65
0.50
0.5589
0.119
0.224
0.0631
0.305
100
87.2
2.21
49.0
1.25
1.83
0.56
0.6149
0.119
These tables are for user's reference only.
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Size
the center
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User Controls
Control Panel & Remote Control
Control Panel
Using the Control Panel
POWER
Refer to the “Power On/Off the Projector” section on
pages 16-17.
SOURCE
Press
Lamp LED
Indicate the projector’s lamp status.
Temp LED
Indicate the projector’s temperature status.
IR Receiever
Receives infrared signals from the remote
control.
to select an input signal.
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User Controls
Remote Control
Using the Remote Control
Power
Switch
Freeze
L
R
Enter
Laser
Page-
Keystone
-
1
Volume
2
Menu
Switch
Press to switch the USB mouse on / off.
Display
blank /
audio mute
Press to hide / unhide the screen picture
and turn off / on audio.
Freeze
Press to freeze the projector image.
+
Mute
Press to momentarily turn off / on the audio.
3
3D
4
5
6
HDMI
VGA
Video
7
8
9
User1
User2
User3
0
Source
Press to turn on / off the projector.
Page+
-
+
Power
Resync
Mouse left
click
L
Use as mouse left click.
Mouse right
click
R
Use as mouse right click.
Four
directional
select keys
Use
to select items or make
adjustments to your selection.
Enter
Confirm your item selection.
Page -
Press to page down.
Laser
Use as laser pointer.
Page +
Press to page up.
Keystone
-
+
Press to adjust image distortion caused by
tilting the projector.
Volume
-
+
Press to adjust to increase / decrease the
volume.
Aspect ratio
/1
Menu / 2
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``Press to change aspect ratio of a displayed image.
``Use as numeric keypad number “1”.
``Press to display or exit the on-screen
display menus for projector.
``Use as numeric keypad number “2”.
User Controls
Using the Remote Control
Power
Switch
Freeze
L
Laser
Page-
Keystone
HDMI / 4
``Press to choose HDMI source.
``Use as numeric keypad number “4”.
VGA / 5
``Press to choose VGA source.
``Use as numeric keypad number “5”.
Video / 6
``Press to choose composite video source.
``Use as numeric keypad number “6”.
User1 / 7; User2 / 8;
User3 / 9
``User defined keys.
``Use as numeric keypad numbers “7”, “8”,
and “9” accordingly.
Source
Press to select an input signal.
Brightness
mode / 0
``Press to automatically adjust the picture
brightness to give an optimum contrast
performance.
``Use as numeric keypad number “0”.
Re-sync
Press to automatically synchronize the
projector to the input source.
Page+
Volume
-
+
1
``Press to manually select a 3D mode that
matches your 3D content.
``Use as numeric keypad number “3”.
R
Enter
-
3D / 3
+
2
3
Menu
3D
4
5
6
HDMI
VGA
Video
7
8
9
User1
User2
User3
0
Source
Resync
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User Controls
Installing Batteries
Two size AAA batteries are supplied for Remote Control.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the
manufacturer.
CAUTION
Improper use of batteries can result in chemical leakage or explosion. Be sure to follow the instructions below.
Do not mix batteries of different types. Different types of batteries
have different characteristics.
Do not mix old and new batteries. Mixing old and new batteries can
shorten the life of new batteries or cause chemical leakage in old
batteries.
Remove batteries as soon as they are worn out. Chemicals that leak
from batteries that come in contact with skin can cause a rash. If you
find any chemical leakage, wipe thoroughly with a cloth.
The batteries supplied with this product may have a shorter life expectancy due to storage conditions.
If you will not be using the remote control unit for an extended period
of time, remove batteries from it.
When you dispose of the battery, you must obey the law in the relative area or country.
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User Controls
On-screen Display Menus
The Projector has multilingual On-screen Display menus that
allow you to make image adjustments and change a variety of
settings. The projector will automatically detect the source.
How to operate
1. To open the OSD menu, press “Menu” on the Remote Control or
Control Panel.
2 When OSD is displayed, use
keys to select any item in the
main menu. While making a selection on a particular page, press
or “Enter” key to enter sub menu.
3. Use
keys to select the desired item in the sub menu and
then press
or “Enter” key to view further settings. Adjust the
settings by
key.
4. Select the next item to be adjusted in the sub menu and adjust as
described above.
5. Press “Enter” or “Menu” to confirm, and the screen will return to
the main menu.
6. To exit, press “Menu” again. The OSD menu will close and the
projector will automatically save the new settings.
Main Menu
IMAGE
DIsplay Mode
Presentation
Brightness
Sub Menu
Contrast
Settings
Sharpness
Color
Tint
Advanced
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User Controls
Menu Tree
Main
Menu
Sub Menu
Advanced Menu
Parameter
Single Item in the Menu
Value or
Default
Presentation / Bright /
Movie / sRGB / Blackboard
/ DICOM SIM. / 3D / User
Display Mode
Each mode can
adjust and save to
user mode.
Brightness
-50~ +50
Contrast
-50~ +50
Sharpness
1~ 15
Color
-50~ +50
Tint
-50~ +50
Noise Reduction
0~10
BrilliantColor™
1~10
Gamma
Film/
Graphic/1.8/2.0/2.2/2.6/
Blackboard / DICOM
SIM./3D
Color Temp.
Standard/Cool / Cold
Color Space
IMAGE
Notes
All gamma could
be selected for all
display modes.
Not HDMI Input: Auto /
RGB / YUV
Auto
HDMI Input: Auto/
RGB(0~255) /
RGB(16~235)/ YUV
Auto
Red Gain
Green Gain
Advanced
Blue Gain
Red Bias
RGB Gain/Bias
Green Bias
Blue Bias
To reset current
source with current
display mode for
RGB Gain/Bias
Reset
Exit
Color Matching
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Red
Hue/ Saturation /Gain/
Exit
-50~ +50
Green
Hue/ Saturation /Gain/
Exit
-50~ +50
Blue
Hue/ Saturation /Gain/
Exit
-50~ +50
User Controls
Main
Menu
Sub Menu
Advanced
Advanced Menu
Color Matching
IMAGE
Parameter
Single Item in the Menu
Value or
Default
Cyan
Hue/ Saturation /Gain/
Exit
-50~ +50
Magenta
Hue/ Saturation /Gain/
Exit
-50~ +50
Yellow
Hue/ Saturation /Gain/
Exit
-50~ +50
White
R/G/B/Exit
-50~ +50
Reset
Notes
To reset current
source with current
display mode for
CMS settings
Exit
Exit
Reset
To reset current
source with current
display mode for
image settings.
Yes/No
4:3
16:9/16:10[WXGA]
LBX
Format
Native
Auto
DISPLAY
Default
is
“Auto”
Zoom
-5 ~ +25
Edge Mask
0 ~ 10
Image Shift
H
-50~ +50
V
-50~ +50
Up/Down/Right/
Left(Icon in center)
-15~ +15
1080p: -5~+5
V Keystone
IMAGE
Auto
3D
3D Mode
DLP-Link/ VESA 3D /Off
(For projector don’t have
VESA port, use “ IR “)
3D->2D
3D/ L/ R
3D Format
Auto/SBS/Top and
Bottom/Frame Sequntail
3D Sync Invert
On/Off
DLPLink
The items would be
greyed out when 3D
mode sets to Off.
Off
Exit
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User Controls
Main
Menu
Sub Menu
Language
Advanced Menu
Parameter
Single Item in the Menu
English / Deutsch /
Français / Italiano /
Español / Português /
Polski / Nederlands /
Svenska / Norsk/Dansk /
Suomi / ελληνικά / 繁體中
文 / 簡体中文 / 日本語 /
한국어 / Русский / Magyar
/ Čeština / ‫ يبرع‬/ Türkçe
/ Farsi / Romanian/
Slovakian
Value or
Default
English
Front-Desktop
Projection
Rear-Desktop
Front
Ceiling
Front-Ceiling
SETUP
Rear-Ceiling
Screen Type
16:10/16:9 (WXGA
MODEL)
Default
is
“16:10”
Top Left
Top Right
Menu Location
Center
Bottom Left
Bottom Right
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Center
Notes
User Controls
Main
Menu
Sub Menu
Advanced Menu
Parameter
Security Setting
Security
Security Timer
Single Item in the Menu
Value or
Default
On/Off
Off
Month
0~12
Day
0~30
Hour
0~24
Exit
Notes
Password is required
if “Security” is
selected.
Change Password
Exit
Signal (RGB)
Frequency
-5~+5
Phase
0~63
H. Position
-5~+5
V. Position
Automatic
Depends on signal
-5~+5
Enable/
Disable
Exit
SETUP
Signal (Video)
White Level
-50~+50
Black Level
-50~+50
Exit
Projector ID
Auto Settings
00~99
Internal Speaker
On/Off
On
Mute
On/Off
Off
Volume
Audio Input
Audio
0-10
MIC
0-10
Default/Audio 1/Audio 2
Default
Optoma/ Neutral /User
Optoma
CC1/CC2/Off
Off
Audio 1 (RCA) for
Composite
Audio 2 (Mini jack)
for VGA
Exit
Logo
Advanced
Logo Capture
Closed Captioning
Exit
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User Controls
Main
Menu
Sub Menu
Advanced Menu
Parameter
Single Item in the Menu
Network
Status
Read-Only
DHCP
On/Off
Value or
Default
Notes
IP Address
Subnet
Mask
LAN Settings
Never time-out on
this page.
Gateway
DNS
SETUP
Network
Apply
Yes/No
MAC
Address
Read-Only
Exit
Control Settings
Crestron
On/Off
On
Extron
On/Off
On
PJ Link
On/Off
On
AMX
Device
Discovery
On/Off
On
Telnet
On/Off
On
Exit
Input Source
HDMI 1/HDMI 2/VGA 1/
VGA 2/Video
When no signal
input, user still
could do selection
for “Input Source”
from OSD.
Exit
OPTIONS
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Source Lock
On/Off
Off
High Altitude
On/Off
Off
Information
Hide
On/Off
Off
Keypad Lock
On/Off
Off
Test Pattern
None / Grid(white)
/ Grid(Green) /
Grid(Magenta)/ White
None
Background
Color
Blue / Black / Red / Green
/ White
Blue
12V Trigger
On/Off
On
VGA2 Switch
In/Out
Out
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Default is Blue
User Controls
Main
Menu
Sub Menu
Advanced Menu
Parameter
Single Item in the Menu
Direct Power On
On/Off
Signal Power on
On/Off
Value or
Default
Auto Power Off
(min)
0~180
Sleep Timer (min)
0~990
Power Mode
( Standby)
Active/ Eco.
Eco.
Quick Resume
On/Off
Off
User 1
HDMI2/VGA2/Test
Pattern/LAN/Brightness/
Contrast/Sleep Timer/
Color Matching/Color
Temp/Gamma/ Source
Lock /Projection/Lamp
Settings/Zoom/Freeze
HDMI2
User 2
HDMI2/VGA2/Test
Pattern/LAN/Brightness/
Contrast/Sleep Timer/
Color Matching/Color
Temp/Gamma/ Source
Lock /Projection/Lamp
Settings/Zoom/Freeze
VGA2
User 3
HDMI2/VGA2/Test
Pattern/LAN/Brightness/
Contrast/Sleep Timer/
Color Matching/Color
Temp/Gamma/ Source
Lock /Projection/Lamp
Settings/Zoom/Freeze
Test
Pattern
Advanced
Remote Settings
OPTIONS
Notes
Exit
Lamp Settings
Lamp Hour
Read-Only[Range 0~ 9999]
Lamp Reset
Yes/No
No
Lamp Reminder
On/Off
On
Brightness Mode
Bright/Eco./Dynamic/
Eco+
Bright
Exit
Filter Settings
Filter Usage Hours
Read-Only [Range 0~ 9999]
Filter Reminder
Off/
300hr/500hr/800hr/1000hr
500hr
Filter Reset
Yes/No
No
Exit
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Main
Menu
OPTIONS
English
Sub Menu
Reset
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Advanced Menu
Parameter
Single Item in the Menu
Current/All
Value or
Default
Notes
The definition of
Current: To reset all
OSD settings to be
default for current
source and current
timing.
The definition of
All: To reset all OSD
settings to be default
for all source and all
timing..
User Controls
IMAGE
IMAGE
DIsplay Mode
Presentation
Brightness
Contrast
Sharpness
Color
Tint
Advanced
Display Mode
There are many factory presets optimized for various types of
images.
`` Presentation: This mode is suitable for showing in front of public
in connection to the PC.
`` Bright: Maximum brightness from PC input.
`` Movie: This mode is suitable for watching video.
`` User: Memorize user’s settings.
`` Blackboard: This mode should be selected to achieve optimum
color settings when projecting onto a blackboard (green).
`` DICOM SIM.: This mode can project a monochrome medical
image such as an X ray radiography, MRI, etc.
`` sRGB: Standardized accurate color.
`` 3D: To experience the 3D effect, you need to have 3D glasses,
make sure your PC/portable device has a 120 Hz signal output
quad buffered graphics card and have a 3D Player installed.
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User Controls
Presentation
Bright
Movie
User
Blackboard
DICOM SIM.
sRGB
User
Brightness
Adjust the brightness of the image.
`` Press the
to darken image.
`` Press the►
to lighten the image.
Brightness
Contrast
The contrast controls the degree of difference between the lightest and darkest parts of the picture.
`` Press the
to decrease the contrast.
`` Press the
to increase the contrast.
Contrast
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Sharpness
Adjust the sharpness of the image.
`` Press the
to decrease the sharpness.
`` Press the
to increase the sharpness.
Sharpness
Color
Adjust a video image from black and white to fully saturated color.
`` Press the
to decrease the amount of saturation in the image.
`` Press the
to increase the amount of saturation in the image.
Color
Tint
Adjust the color balance of red and green.
`` Press the
to increase the amount of green in the image.
`` Press the
to increase the amount of red in the image.
Tint
Reset
Choose “Yes” to return the factory default settings for “IMAGE”.
Exit
Choose “Exit” to exit the menu.
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User Controls
IMAGE
Advanced
IMAGE | Advanced
Noise Reduction
Gamma
Film
Brilliant Color
RGB Gain/Bias
Color Temp.
Cool
Color Matching
Color Space
Auto
Exit
Noise Reduction
Selects a filter sensitivity to noise. A higher value may improve
noisy sources, but it will soften the image.
`` Press the
`` Press the
to decrease the noise in the image.
to increase the noise in the image.
Noise Reduction
Gamma
This allows you to set up gamma curve type. After the initial setup
and fine tuning is completed, utilize the Gamma Adjustment steps
to optimize your image output.
`` Film: for home theater.
`` Graphics: for PC / Photo source.
`` Blackboard: This mode should be selected to achieve optimum
color settings when projecting onto a blackboard (green).
`` DICOM SIM.: This mode can project a monochrome medical
image such as an X ray radiography, MRI, etc.
Press the
or
to select the mode.
Gamma
Film
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BrilliantColor™
This adjustable item utilizes a new color-processing algorithm and
enhancements to enable higher brightness while providing true,
more vibrant colors in picture.
`` Press the
`` Press the
to stronger enhance the image.
to less enhance the image.
Brilliant Color
RGB Gain/Bias
This settings allows to configure the brightness (gain) and contrast
(bias) of an image.
`` Press the
to decrease a chosen color gain and bias.
`` Press the
to increase a chosen color gain and bias.
RGB Gain/Bias
Red Gain
Green Gain
Blue Gain
Red Bias
Green Bias
Blue Bias
Reset
Exit
Color Temp.
Press the
or
Cool and Cold.
to select a color temperature from Standard,
Color Temp.
Cool
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Color Matching
Press the
into the next menu and then use
to select the item.
or
or
or
Color Matching
Red
Cyan
Green
Magenta
Blue
Yellow
White
Reset
Exit
`` Red: Press the
or
Colors. Then press the
value respectively.
to select Hue, Saturation and Gain
or
to decrease or increase the
Red
Hue
Saturation
Gain
Exit
`` Cyan: Press the
or
Colors. Then press the
value respectively.
to select Hue, Saturation and Gain
or
to decrease or increase the
Cyan
Hue
Saturation
Gain
Exit
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`` Green: Press the
or
Colors. Then press the
value respectively.
to select Hue, Saturation and Gain
or
to decrease or increase the
Green
Hue
Saturation
Gain
Exit
`` Magenta: Press the
or
to select Hue, Saturation and
Gain Colors. Then press the
or
to decrease or increase
the value respectively.
Magenta
Hue
Saturation
Gain
Exit
`` Blue: Press the
or
Colors. Then press the
value respectively.
to select Hue, Saturation and Gain
or
to decrease or increase the
Blue
Hue
Saturation
Gain
Exit
`` Yellow: Press the
or
Colors. Then press the
value respectively.
to select Hue, Saturation and Gain
or
to decrease or increase the
Yellow
Hue
Saturation
Gain
Exit
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`` White: Press the
or
Colors. Then press the
value respectively.
to select Hue, Saturation and Gain
or
to decrease or increase the
White
Hue
Saturation
Gain
Exit
`` Reset: Choose “ Reset” to return the factory default settings
for color adjustments.
Color Space
Press the
or
to select an appropriate color matrix type
from the following:
`` Non-HDMI Input: Auto, RGB or YUV
`` HDMI Input: Auto, RGB(0-255), RGB(16-235) or YUV.
Color Space
Auto
Reset
`` Current: Choose “Yes” to return the display parameters on this
menu to the factory default settings.
`` All: Choose “Yes” to return the display parameters on all menus
to the factory default settings.
Exit
Choose “Exit” to exit the menu.
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User Controls
DISPLAY
Format
DISPLAY
Zoom
Edge Mask
Image Shift
V. Keystone
Exit
Format
Press the
or
to choose your desired aspect ratio between
4:3, 16:9/16:10 (WXGA), LBX, Native, and Auto.
Format
XGA
`` 4:3: This format is for 4:3 input sources.
`` 16:9: This format is for 16:9 input sources, like HDTV and DVD
enhanced for Wide screen TV.
`` Native: This format displays the original image without any
scaling.
`` AUTO: Automatically selects the appropriate display format.
Source
480i/p
576i/p
4:3
Scale to 1024 x 768
16:9
Scale to 1024 x 576
Native
Auto
1080i/p
720p
No scaling will be made; the resolution is dependent on
which input source and is then displayed.
``If source is 4:3, it will be auto resized to 1024 x 768
``If source is 16:9, it will be auto resized to 1024 x 576
``If source is 15:9, it will be auto resized to 1024 x 614
``If the source is 16:10, it will be auto resized to 1024 x 640
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WXGA
`` 4:3: This format is for 4:3 input sources.
`` 16:9: This format is for 16:9 input sources, like HDTV and DVD
enhanced for Wide screen TV.
`` 16:10: This format is for 16:10 input sources, like widescreen
laptops.
`` LBX: This format is for non-16x9, letterbox source and for users who use external 16x9 lens to display 2.35:1 aspect ratio
using full resolution.
`` Native: This format displays the original image without any
scaling.
`` AUTO: Automatically selects the appropriate display format. 
Detail informations about LBX mode:
1. Some Letter-Box Format DVDs are not enhanced for 16x9 TVs.
In this situation, the image will not look right when displayed in
16:9 mode. In this situation, please try to using the 4:3 mode to
view the DVD. If the content is not 4:3, there will be black bars
around the image in 16:9 display. For this type of content, you
can use LBX mode to fill the image on the 16:9 display.
2. If you use an external anamorphic lens, this LBX mode also
allows you to watch a 2.35:1 content (include Anamorphic
DVD and HDTV film source) that support anamorphic wide is
enhanced for 16x9 Display in a wide 2.35:1 image. In this case,
there are no black bars. Lamp power and vertical resolution
are fully utilized.
16:9 Screen
1080i/p
720p
PC
Scale to 960 x 720
16:9
Scale to 1280 x 720
LBX
Scale to 1280 x 960, in order to get the central 1280 x 720
image displayed on the screen.
Auto
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576i/p
4:3
Native
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480i/p
1:1 mapping
centered
1:1 mapping display
1280 x 720
1280 x 720
centered
1:1 mapping
centered
``If this format is selected, the screen type will automatically set to 16:9 (1280 x 720)
``If source is 4:3, it will be auto resized to 960 x 720
``If source is 16:9, it will be auto resized to 1280 x 720
``If source is 15:9, it will be auto resized to 1200 x 720
``If the source is 16:10, it will be auto resized to 1152 x 720
User Controls
16:10 Screen
480i/p
576i/p
1080i/p
4:3
Scale to 1066 x 800
16:10
Scale to 1280 x 800
720p
PC
Scale to 1280 x 960, in order to get the central 1280 x 800
image displayed on the screen.
LBX
Native
1:1 mapping
centered
1:1 mapping display
1280 x 800
1280 x 720
centered
1:1 mapping
centered
``Input source will be fit into 1280x800 display area and be
kept its original aspect ratio
``If source is 4:3, auto resize to 1066 x 800
``If source is 16:9 auto resize to 1280 x 720
``If source is 15:9 auto resize to 1280 x 768
``If source is 16:10 auto resize to 1280 x 800
Auto
1080P
`` 4:3: This format is for 4:3 input sources.
`` 16:10: This format is for 16:10 input sources, like widescreen
laptops.
`` LBX: This format is for non-16x9, letterbox source and for users who use external 16x9 lens to display 2.35:1 aspect ratio
using full resolution.
`` Native: This format displays the original image without any
scaling.
`` AUTO: Automatically selects the appropriate display format.
16:9 Screen
480i/p
576i/p
4:3
Scale to 1440 x1080
16:10
Scale to 1920x1080
LBX
Native
Auto
1080i/p
720p
PC
Scale to 1920 x 1440, in order to get the central
1920 x 1080 image displayed on the screen.
1:1 mapping centered
No scaling will be made; the resolution is dependent on
which input source and is then displayed.
``If this format is selected, the screen type will automatically
become 16:9
``If source is 4:3, auto resize to 1440 x 1080
``If source is 16:9 auto resize to 1920 x 1080
``If source is 16:10 auto resize to 1920 x 1200 and cut to
1920 x x1080 area display
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Zoom
`` Press the
`` Press the
to reduce the size of an image.
to magnify an image on the projection screen.
Zoom
Edge Mask
Edge mask the image to remove video encoding noise on the
edge of video source.
`` Press the
`` Press the
to decrease the edge mask in image.
to increase the edge mask in image.
Edge Mask
Image Shift
™™ Each I/O has
different setting of
“Edge Mask”.
™™ “Edge Mask” and
“Zoom” can’t work
at same time.
Press the
into the next menu as below and then press the
or
or
or
to select item.
Image Shift
Image Shift
`` H: Press the
horizontally.
`` V: Press the
cally.
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Image Shift
Image Shift
to shift the projected image position
to shift the projected image position verti-
User Controls
V Keystone
Press the
or
a squarer image.
to adjust image distortion vertically and make
V. Keystone
Exit
Choose “Exit” to exit the menu.
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DISPLAY
3D
DISPLAY | 3D
DLP - Link
3D Mode
3D Format
Frame Sequential
3D Sync. Invert
Off
Exit
3D Mode
`` Off: Select “Off” to turn off 3D mode.
`` Press the
or
to select the 3D mode.
3D Mode
DLP - Link
™™ 3D Format is only
supported on 3D
Timing on page
94.
™™ “3D Format” is
only supported on
non-HDMI 1.4a 3D
timing.
`` DLP-Link: Select “DLP-Link” to use optimized settings for DLP
Link 3D Glasses. (refer to page 15).
`` VESA 3D: Select “VESA 3D” to use optimized setting for VESA
3D Glasses. (refer to page 15).
3D -> 2D
`` Press the
or
to select 3D -> 2D.
`` 3D: Display 3D signal.
`` L (Left): Display the left frame of 3D content.
`` R (Right): Display the right frame of 3D content.
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3D Format
`` Press the
or
to select 3D format.
3D Format
Frame Sequential
`` Auto: When a 3D identification signal is detected, the 3D format is selected automatically.
`` SBS: Display 3D signal in “Side-by-Side” format.
`` Top and Bottom: Display 3D signal in “Top and Bottom” format.
`` Frame Sequential: Display 3D signal in “Frame Sequential”
format.
3D Sync. Invert
`` Press the
or
to select 3D sync. invert.
3D Sync. Invert
Off
On
`` Press the “On” to invert left and right frame contents.
`` Press the “Off” for default frame contents.
Exit
Choose “Exit” to exit the menu.
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SETUP
SETUP
Language
English
Projection
Menu Location
Audio Settings
Sceen Type
Security
Projector ID
Signal (RGB)
Advanced
Network
Exit
Signal (Video)
Advanced
Network
Exit
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Language
Choose the multilingual OSD menu. Press
into the sub menu
and then press the
or
or
or
►key to select your preferred language. Press “Enter” to finalize the selection.
Language
Exit
Projection
Press the
tion.
or
or
or
►key to select the preferred projec-
Projection
™™ Rear-Desktop and
Rear-Ceiling are
to be used with a
translucent screen.
Exit
``
Front-Projection
This is the default selection. The image is projected straight on
the screen.
``
Rear-Desktop
When selected, the image will appear reversed.
``
Front-Ceiling
When selected, the image will turn upside down.
``
Rear-Ceiling
When selected, the image will appear reversed in upside down
position
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Menu Location
Press the
location.
or
or
or
►key to select the preferred menu
Menu Location
Exit
Screen Type
Press the
™™ *This screen type
applies to WXGA
only.
or
to choose the screen type from16:10* or 16:9.
Screen Type
Projector ID
ID definition can be set up by menu (range 0-99), and allow user
control an individual projector by RS232.
`` Press the
`` Press the
to decrease the projector ID number.
to increase the projector ID number.
Projector ID
Exit
Choose “Exit” to exit the menu.
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SETUP
Audio Settings
SETUP |
Audio Settings
Internal Speaker
Off
Mute
Off
Volume
Audio Input
Default
Exit
Internal Speaker
Choose the “On” or “Off” to turn on or off the internal speaker.
™™ “Mute” function
affects both internal and external
speaker volume.
Internal Speaker
Off
On
Mute
`` Choose the “On” to turn mute on.
`` Choose the “Off” to turn mute off.
Mute
Off
On
Volume
`` Press the
`` Press the
to decrease the volume.
to increase the volume.
Volume
Audio
Mic
Exit
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Audio Input
The default audio settings are on the back panel of the projector.
Use this option to reassign any of the Audio Inputs (1 or 2) to the
current image source. Each Audio input can be assigned to more
than one video source.
`` Press
or
to select audio input.
Audio Input
Default
`` Default.
`` Audio 1: (RCA) for Composite
`` Audio 2: (Mini jack) for VGA
Exit
Choose “Exit” to exit the menu.
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SETUP
Security
SETUP | Security
Security
Off
Security Timer
Change Passwords
Exit
Security
`` On: Choose “On” to use security verification when the turning
on the projector.
`` Off: Choose “Off” to be able to switch on the projector without
password verification.
Security
Off
On
Security Timer
Can be select the time (Month/Day/Hour) function to set the
number of hours the projector can be used. Once this time has
elapsed you will be requested to enter your password again.
Press the
or
to set the month, day, and hour.
Security Timer
Month
Day
Hour
Exit
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Change Password
™™ Pass-code default
value is “1234” (first
time).
``
1.
2.
3.
Enter Security Code (4 digits)
REMOTE
First time:
Press “Enter” key to set the password.
The password has to be 4 digits.
Use number button on the remote or on-screen numeric keypad to enter your new password and then press “Enter” key to
confirm your password.
`` Change Password:
(If your remote does not have a number keypad, please use
the up/down arrows to change each digit of the password,
then press enter to confirm)
1. Press “Enter” to input old password.
2. Use number button or on-screen numeric keypad to enter current password and then press “Enter” to confirm.
3. Enter new password (4 digits in length) using the number buttons on the remote, then press “Enter” to confirm.
4. Enter new password again and press “Enter” to confirm.
`` If the incorrect password is entered 3 times, the projector will
automatically shut down.
`` If you have forgotten your password, please contact your local
office for support.
Exit
Choose “Exit” to exit the menu.
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SETUP
Network
SETUP | Network
LAN Settings
Control Settings
Exit
LAN Settings
Loading network configuration
Please wait...
For more information on LAN Settings, refer to page 58-59, and
62-69
Control Settings
For more information on Control Settings, refer to page 60-69.
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SETUP
Network LAN Settings
SETUP |
Network|LAN
Settings
Network Status
Connected
MAC Address
Off
DHCP
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Gateway
DNS
Apply
Exit
Network Status
Display the network connection status (read-only).
MAC Address
Display the MAC address (read-only).
DHCP
DHCP
Off
On
`` On: Projector will obtain an IP address automatically from your
network.
`` Off: To assign IP, Subnet Mask, Gateway and DNS
configuration manually.
Exiting OSD will automatically apply the entered values.
IP Address
IP Address
Display the IP address.
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Subnet Mask
Subnet Mask
Display subnet mask number.
Gateway
Gateway
Display the default gateway of the network connected to the
projector.
DNS
DNS
Display DNS number.
Apply
Press
and then choose “Yes” to apply the selection.
Apply
No
Yes
Exit
Choose “Exit” to exit the menu.
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SETUP
Network: Control Settings
SETUP |
Network|Control
Settings
Crestron
Off
Extron
Off
PJ Link
Off
AMX Device Discovery
Off
Telnet
Off
Exit
Crestron
Crestron
Off
On
Use this function to select the network function (port: 41794). For
more information, please visit http://www.crestron.com and
www.crestron.com/getroomview.
`` On: The Crestron function is active.
`` Off: The Crestron function is inactive.
Extron
Extron
Off
On
Use this function to select the network function (port: 2023).
`` On: The Extron function is active.
`` Off: The Extron function is inactive.
PJ Link
PJ Link
Off
On
Use this function to select the network function (port: 4352).
`` On: The PJ Link function is active.
`` Off: The PJ Link function is inactive.
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AMX Device Discovery
AMX Device Discovery
Off
On
Use this function to select the network function (port: 1023).
`` On: The AMX Discovery function is active.
`` Off: The AMX Discovery function is inactive.
Telnet
Telnet
Off
On
Use this function to select the network function (port: 23).
`` On: Telnet is enabled.
`` Off: Telnet is disabled.
Exit
Choose “Exit” to exit the menu.
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LAN_RJ45 Function
™™ Use Ethernet Normal Cable to connect the projector
to LAN..
For simplicity and ease of operation, the W320UST projector
provides diverse networking and remote management features.
The LAN/RJ45 function of the projector through a network, such
as remotely manage: Power On/Off, Brightness and Contrast
settings. Also, projector status information, such as: VideoSource, Sound-Mute, etc.
Projector
(Ethernet)
Wired LAN Terminal Functionalities
This projector can be controlled by using a PC (laptop) or other
external device via LAN/RJ45 port and compatible ith Crestron /
Extron / AMX (Device Discovery) / PJLink.
`` Crestron is a registered trademark of Crestron Electronics, Inc.
of the United States.
`` Extron is a registered trademark of Extron Electronics, Inc. of
the United States.
`` AMX is a registered trademark of AMX LLC of the United
States.
`` PJLink applied for trademark and logo registration in Japan,
the United States of America, and other countries by JBMIA.
Wired LAN Terminal Functionalities
W320UST projector is supported by the specified commands
of the Crestron Electronics controller and related software, for
example RoomView®.
http://www.crestron.com/
This projector is compliant to support Extron device(s) for reference.
http://www.extron.com/
This projector is supported by AMX ( Device Discovery ).
http://www.amx.com/
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This projector supports all commands of PJLink Class1 (Version
1.00).
http://pjlink.jbmia.or.jp/english/
For more detailed information about the various types of external devices which can be connected to the LAN/RJ45 port and
remote/control the project, as well as the supported commands
for these external devices, please contact the Support-Service
directly.
LAN RJ45
1. Connect an RJ45 cable to RJ45 ports on the projector and the
PC (laptop).
2. On the PC (Laptop), select Start > Control Panel > Network
Connections.
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3. Right-click on the Local Area Connection, and select Property.
4. In the Properties window, select the General tab, and select
Internet Protocol (TCP/IP).
5. Click “Properties”.
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6. Type in the IP address and Subnet mask, then press “OK”.
7. Press the “Menu” button on the projector.
8. Use
keys to select SETUP > Network > LAN Settings.
9. After getting into LAN Settings, input the following connection
parameters:
`` DHCP: Off
`` IP Address: 10.10.10.10
`` Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.255
`` Gateway: 0.0.0.0
`` DNS: 0.0.0.0
10.Press “Enter” to confirm settings.
11.Open a web browser, for example Microsoft Internet Explorer.
with Adobe Flash Player 9.0 or higher installed.
12.In the Address bar, input the projector’s IP address:
10.10.10.10.
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13.Press “Enter”.
The projector is setup for remote management. The LAN/RJ45
function displays as follows:
Information Page
Main Page
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Tool Page
Contact IT Helpdesk
RS232 by Telnet Function
There is alternative RS232 command control way, in projector so
called “RS232 by TELNET” for LAN/RJ45 interface.
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Quick Start-Guide for “RS232 by Telnet”
`` Check and get the IP address on OSD of the projector.
`` Make sure that the PC/laptop can access the web-page of the
projector.
`` Make sure that "Windows Firewall" setting is set disabled in
case of "TELNET" function filtering out by PC/laptop.
.
1. Start > All Programs.> Accessories > Command Prompt.
2. Input the command format as follows:
telnet ttt.xxx.yyy.zzz 23 (“Enter” key pressed)
(ttt.xxx.yyy.zzz: IP-Address of the projector)
3. If Telnet-Connection ready, and user can have RS232 command input, then “Enter” key pressed, the RS232 command will
be workable.
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Specification for “RS232 by TELENT”:
™™ In Windows XP
built-in “TELNET.
exe” utility, “Enter”
key pressed will
have “Carriage-Return” and “New-Line”
code.
1. Telnet: TCP.
2. Telnet port: 23 (for more detail, kindly please get contact with
the service agent or team).
3. Telnet utility: Windows “TELNET.exe” (console mode).
4. Disconnection for RS232-by-Telnet control normally: Close
5. Windows Telnet utility directly after TELNET connection ready.
`` Limitation 1 for Telnet-Control: there is less than 50 bytes for
successive network payload for Telnet-Control application.
`` Limitation 2 for Telnet-Control: there is less than 26 bytes for
one complete RS232 command for Telnet-Control.
`` Limitation 3 for Telnet-Control: Minimum delay for next
RS232 command must be more than 200 (ms).
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SETUP
Signal (RGB)
SETUP |
Signal (RGB)
Automatic
Disable
Phase
Frequency
H. Position
V. Position
Exit
Automatic
™™ “Signal” is only supported in Analog
SETUP
VGA (RGB) signal.
Signal (RGB)
™™ If “Signal” is autoDisable
Automatic
matic, the phase,
frequency items are
Exit
grayed out, and if
“Signal” is not auAutomatically selects the signal. If you use this function, the
tomatic, the phase,
Phase, frequency items are grayed out, and if Signal is not autofrequency items
matic, the phase, frequency items will appear for user to manually
will appear for the
tune and saved in settings after that for next time projector turns
user to manually
off and on again
tune and are saved
in the settings after Phase
that for the next
time projector is
Phase
turned off and on
again.
Synchronize the signal timing of the display with the graphic card.
If the image appears to be unstable or flickers, use this function to
correct it.
`` Press the
to decrease the phase value.
`` Press the
to increase the phase value.
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Frequency
Frequency
Change the display data frequency to match the frequency of
your computer’s graphic card. Use this function only if the image
appears to flicker vertically.
`` Press the
to decrease the frequency.
`` Press the
to increase the frequency.
H. Position (Horizontal Position)
H. Position
`` Press the
`` Press the
to move the image left.
to move the image right.
V. Position (Vertical Position)
V. Position
`` Press the
`` Press the
to move the image down.
to move the image up.
Exit
Choose “Exit” to exit the menu.
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SETUP
Signal (Video)
SETUP |
Signal (Video)
White Level
Black Level
Exit
White Level
White Level
Adjust the overall white level of the projected image by applying a
gain to the input image.
`` Press the
to decrease the white level.
`` Press the
to increase the white level.
Black Level
Black Level
Adjust the overall black level of the projected image by applying a
offset to the input image.
`` Press the
to decrease the black level.
`` Press the
to increase the black level.
Exit
Choose “Exit” to exit the menu.
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SETUP
Advanced
SETUP |
Advanced
Logo
Logo Capture
Closed Captioning
Logo
Logo
™™ For a successful
logo capture,
ensure that the
on-screen image
does not exceed
the projector
native resolution.
(1280 x 800).
Use this function to set the desired startup screen. If changes are
made they will take effect the next time the projector is powered
on.
`` Neutral: Logo is not displayed on startup screen.
`` Optoma: Optoma logo is displayed on startup screen.
`` User: User-defined background is shown on startup screen.
Logo Capture
Logo Capture
On
Off
Do you want to capture the image?
Yes
No
Logo Capture
Processing ...
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Choose “On” and “Yes” to capture an image of the picture currently displayed on screen.
Closed Captioning
Closed Captioning
Off
Closed Captioning is a text version of the program sound or other
information displayed on the screen. If the input signal contains
closed captions, you can turn on the feature and watch the channels. Press
or
to select between CCI, or CC2. Choose Off
to disable this function.
Exit
Choose “Exit” to exit the menu.
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OPTIONS
Input Source
OPTIONS
Off
Source Lock
High Altitude
Off
Information Hide
Off
Keypad Lock
Off
None
Test Pattern
On
12V Trigger
Input Source
™™ “VGA2” depends
on the settings of
“VGA2 Switch”.
Use this option to enable/disable input sources. Press ► to enter
the sub menu and select which sources you require. Press “Enter”
to finalize the selection. The projector will only search for inputs
that are enabled.
Input Source
Video
Exit
Source Lock
`` On: The projector will only search current input connection.
`` Off: The projector will search for other signals if the current
input signal is lost.
Source Lock
Off
On
High Altitude
When “On” is selected, the fans will spin faster. This feature is useful in high altitude areas where the air is thin.
High Altitude
Off
On
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Information Hide
`` On: Choose “On” to hide the info message.
`` Off: Choose “Off” to show the “searching” message.
Information Hide
Off
On
Keypad Lock
When the keypad lock function is “On”, the Keypad will be locked however, the projector
can be operated by the remote control. By selecting “Off”, you will be able to unlock the
Keypad.
Keypad Lock
Off
On
Test Pattern
Display a test pattern. There are Grid, White Pattern and None.
Test Pattern
None
12V Trigger
`` Off: Choose “Off” to disable the trigger.
`` On: Choose “On” to enable the trigger.
12V Trigger
On
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OPTIONS
Background Color
OPTIONS
Black
VGA2 Switch
Out
Lamp Settings
Advanced
Filter Settings
Reset
Exit
Background Color
Use this feature to display a “Black”, “Red”, “Blue”, “Green” or
“White”, screen when no signal is available.
Background Color
White
VGA2 Switch
When the “VGA2 Switch” feature is “In” then VGA2 port functions
as input port. If the “VGA2 Switch” is “Out” then the port functions
as output port for VGA1.
VGA2 Switch
Out
In
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Reset
`` Current: Choose “Yes” to return the display parameters on this
menu to the factory default settings.
`` All: Choose “Yes” to return the display parameters on all menus
to the factory default settings.
Reset ?
No
Yes
Reset
Processing ...
Exit
Choose “Exit” to exit the menu.
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OPTIONS
Lamp Settings
OPTIONS |
Lamp Settings
Lamp Hour
Lamp Reminder
Off
Dynamic
Brightness Mode
Lamp Reset
Exit
Lamp Hours
Display the projection time.
Lamp Reminder
™™ When ambient
temperature is
over 40 C in
operating, the
projector will
switch to Eco
automatically.
™™ Dynamic modelamp power can
be dynamically
adjusted from
100% to 30%.
Choose this function to show or to hide the warning message
when the changing lamp message is displayed.
The message will appear 30 hours before suggested replacement
of lamp.
Lamp Reminder
On
Off
Brightness Mode
`` Bright: Choose “Bright” to increase the brightness.
`` Eco.: Choose “Eco.” to dim the projector lamp which will lower
power consumption and extend the lamp life.
`` Dynamic: Choose “Dynamic” to dim the lamp power which will
be based on brightness level of the content and adjust lamp
power consumption between 100% and 30% dynamically. The
lamp life will be extended.
`` Eco+: When Eco+ mode is activated, the brightness level of
the content is automatically detected to significantly reduced
lamp power consumption (up to 70%) during periods of
inactivity.
Brightness Mode
Eco.
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Lamp Reset
Resets the lamp hour counter after replacing the lamp.
Lamp Reset
No
Yes
Lamp Reset ?
No
Yes
Exit
Choose “Exit” to exit the menu.
Lamp Behavior in different mode and function:
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Brightness Mode
Bright
Eco
Dynamic
Eco+
White Pattern
100%
80%
100%
80%
Dimming range
N/A
N/A
100%~30%
80%~30%
30% (Sleep
mode)
Black Pattern
100%
80%
30% (Sleep
mode)
AV Mute
30% (Sleep
mode)
30% (Sleep
mode)
30% (Sleep
mode)
30% (Sleep
mode)
Quick Resume
30% (Sleep
mode)
30% (Sleep
mode)
30% (Sleep
mode)
30% (Sleep
mode)
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OPTIONS
Advanced
OPTIONS |
Advanced
Direct Power On
Off
Signal Power On
Off
Auto Power Off (min)
Sleep Timer (min))
Quick Resume
Off
Eco.
Power Mode (Standby)
Remote Settings
Exit
Exit
Direct Power On
Choose “On” to activate Direct Power mode. The projector will
automatically power on when AC power is supplied, without
pressing the “ ” key on the projector Control Panel or on the
remote control.
Direct Power On
Off
™™ The Signal Power
On function is not
applicable if the
input source is
Video.
On
Signal Power On
Choose “On” to activate Signal Power mode. The projector
will automatically power on when a signal is detected, without
pressing the “ ” key on the projector Control Panel or on the
remote control.
Signal Power On
Off
On
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Auto Power Off (min)
™™ The value of
sleep timer will
be reset to zero
after the projector
power off.
Sets the countdown timer interval. The countdown timer will start,
when there is no signal being sent to the projector. The projector
will automatically power off when the countdown has finished (in
minutes).
Auto Power Off (min)
`` Press the
`` Press the
to decrease the timer interval.
to increase the timer interval.
Sleep Timer (min)
Sets the countdown timer interval. The countdown timer will start,
with or without a signal being sent to the projector. The projector
will automatically power off when the countdown has finished (in
minutes).
Sleep Timer (min))
`` Press the
`` Press the
to decrease the timer interval.
to increase the timer interval.
Quick Resume
`` On: If the projector is accidentally turned off, this feature allows
the projector to be instantly powered on again, if selected
within a period of 100 seconds.
`` Off: The fan will start cooling the system after 10 seconds
when user turns off the projector.
Quick Resume
Off
On
Power Mode (Standby)
`` Eco.: Choose “Eco.” to save power dissipation further < 0.5W.
`` Active: Choose “Active” to return to normal standby.
Power Mode (Standby)
Active
Exit
Choose “Exit” to exit the menu.
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OPTIONS
Remote Settings
OPTIONS | Remote
Settings
USER 1
USER 2
USER 3
Test Pattern
Exit
USER 1
The default value is HDMI2.
USER 1
HDMI2
Press the
into the next menu and then press the
or
to
select HDMI2/VGA2/Test Pattern/LAN/Brightness/Contrast/Sleep
Timer/ Color Matching/Color Temp/Gamma/ Source Lock /Projection/Lamp Settings/Zoom/Freeze.
USER 2
The default value is VGA2.
USER 2
VGA2
Press the
into the next menu and then press the
or
to
select HDMI2/VGA2/Test Pattern/LAN/Brightness/Contrast/Sleep
Timer/ Color Matching/Color Temp/Gamma/ Source Lock /Projection/Lamp Settings/Zoom/Freeze.
USER 3
The default value is Test Pattern.
USER 3
Test Pattern
Press the
into the next menu and then press the
or
to
select HDMI2/VGA2/Test Pattern/LAN/Brightness/Contrast/Sleep
Timer/ Color Matching/Color Temp/Gamma/ Source Lock /Projection/Lamp Settings/Zoom/Freezen.
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OPTIONS
Filter Settings
Filter Usage Hours
OPTIONS | Filter
Settings
Filter reminder
1000 hrs
Filter Reset
Exit
Filter Usage Hours
Display the filter time.
™™ “Filter Usage
Hours / Filter
Reminder / Filter
Reset” will only
appear when
“Optional Filter Installed” is “Yes”.
Filter Reminder
Choose this function to show or hide the warning message when
the changing filter message is displayed. (Factory default setting:
1000 hours)
Filter reminder
1000 hr
`` Press the
`` Press the
to decrease the time period.
to increase the time period.
Filter Reset
Reset the dust filter counter after replacing or cleaning the dust
filer.
Filter Reset
No
Exit
Choose “Exit” to exit the menu.
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Yes
Appendices
Troubleshooting
If you experience a problem with your projector, please refer to
the following information. If a problem persists, please contact
your local reseller or service center.
Image Problems
No image appears on-screen
`` Ensure all the cables and power connections are correctly and
securely connected as described in the “Installation” section.
`` Ensure the pins of connectors are not crooked or broken.
`` Check if the projection lamp has been securely installed.
Please refer to the “Replacing the Lamp” section.
`` Make sure the projector is switched on.
`` Ensure that the “AV Mute” feature is not turned on.
Image is out of focus
`` Make sure the projection screen is between the required distance from the projector. (refer to pages 19-22)
The image is stretched when displaying 16:9 DVD title
`` When you play anamorphic DVD or 16:9 DVD, the projector
will show the best image in 16: 9 format on projector side.
`` If you play the LBX format DVD title, please change the format
as LBX in projector OSD.
`` If you play 4:3 format DVD title, please change the format as
4:3 in projector OSD.
`` If the image is still stretched, you will also need to adjust the
aspect ratio by referring to the following:
`` Please setup the display format as 16:9 (wide) aspect ratio
type on your DVD player.
Image is too small or too large
`` Move the projector closer to or further from the screen.
`` Press “Menu” on the projector panel, go to “Display-->Format”.
Try the different settings.
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Image has slanted sides:
`` If possible, reposition the projector so that it is centered on the
screen and below the bottom of the screen.
`` Use “Display-->V Keystone” from the OSD to make an adjustment.
Image is reversed
`` Select “Setup-->Projection” from the OSD and adjust the projection direction.
Blurry double image
`` Press “3D Format” button and switch to “Off” to avoid normal
2D image is blurry double image.
Two images, side-by-side format
`` Press “3D Format” button and switch to “SBS” for input signal
is HDMI 1.3 2D 1080i side-by-side.
Image does not display in 3D
`` Check if the battery of 3D glasses is drained.
`` Check if the 3D glasses is turned on.
`` When the input signal is HDMI 1.3 2D (1080i side-by-side
half), press “3D Format” button and switch to “SBS”.
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Other Problems
The projector stops responding to all controls
`` If possible, turn off the projector, then unplug the power cord
and wait at least 20 seconds before reconnecting power.
Lamp burns out or makes a popping sound
`` When the lamp reaches its end of life, it will burn out and may
make a loud popping sound. If this happens, the projector
will not turn on until the lamp module has been replaced. To
replace the lamp, follow the procedures in the “Replacing the
Lamp” section.
Remote Control Problems
If the remote control does not work
`` Check the operating angle of the remote control is within ±15°
both horizontally and vertically of on of the IR receivers on the
projector.
`` Make sure there are not any obstructions between the remote
control and the projector. Move to within 6 m (20 ft) of the
projector.
`` Make sure batteries are inserted correctly.
`` Replace batteries if they are exhausted.
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LED Lighting Messages
Message
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Temp-LED
Lamp-LED
(Red/Green/Blue)
(Red)
(Red)
Standby state
(Input power cord)
Red
Power on (Warming)
Flashing Blue
Lamp lighting
™™ Steady light 
No light 
Power LED
Blue
Power off (Cooling)
Flashing Blue.
Red (cooling fan has
turned off)
Quick Resume (100
secs)
Flashing Blue
Error (Over temp.)
Flashing Red
Error (Fan failure)
Flashing Red
Error (Lamp failure)
Flashing Red
Flashing
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On Screen Messages
™™ Power off:
Power Off?
Press Power Key again
™™ Lamp warning:
Lamp Warning
Lamp life exceeded.
™™ Temperature warning:
Warning TEMPERATURE TOO HIGH
Please
1. Make sure air in and outlets are not blocked.
2. Make sure the environment temperature is under 45 degree C.
If the problem persists in spite of the above.
Please contact local service centre for repair.
™™ Fan failed:
Warning FAN LOCKED
The Projector will switch off automatically.
Please contact local service centre for repair.
™™ Out of display range:
HDMI
Out Of Range
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Replacing the Lamp
The projector automatically detects the lamp life. When the
lamp life is nearing the end of use, you will receive a warning
message.
Lamp Warning
Lamp life exceeded.
When you see this message, please contact your local reseller or
service center to change the lamp as soon as possible. Make sure
the projector has been cooled down for at least 30 minutes before
changing the lamp.
Warning: If ceiling mounted, please use caution when opening the lamp access panel. It is recommended to wear safety
glasses if changing the bulb when ceiling mounted. “Caution
must be used to prevent any loose parts from falling out of
projector.”
Warning: Lamp compartment is hot! Allow it to cool down
before changing lamp!
Warning: To reduce the risk of personal injury, do not drop
the lamp module or touch the lamp bulb. The bulb may shatter and cause injury if it is dropped.
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3
4
The screw on the
lamp cover and the
lamp cannot be
removed.
The projector
cannot be turned
on if the lamp
cover has not been
placed back on the
projector.
Do not touch the
glass area of the
lamp. Hand oil can
cause the lamp to
shatter. Use a dry
cloth to clean the
lamp module if it
was accidentally
touched.
2
1
5
Lamp Replacement Procedure:
1. Switch off the power to the projector by pressing the “ ” button on the remote
control or on the Control Panel of the projector.
2. Allow the projector to cool down for at least 30 minutes.
3. Disconnect the power cord.
4. Press the release button to disengage the lamp cover from the main unit. 1
5. Use your fingernail to pry the lamp cover loose and then remove it. 2
6. Unscrew the two screws on the lamp module. 3
7. Lift up the lamp handle 4 and remove the lamp module slowly and carefully. 5
To replace the lamp module, reverse the previous steps.
10. Turn on the projector and reset the lamp timer.
Lamp Reset: (i) Press “Menu”  (ii) Select “OPTIONS”  (iii) Select
“Lamp Settings”  (iv) Select “Lamp Reset”  (v) Select “Yes”.
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Installing and Cleaning the Dust
Filter
Dust filters are
only required/supplied in selected
regions with
excessive dust.
We recommend you clean the dust filter every 500 hours of
operation, or more often if you are using the projector in a
dusty environment.
When the warning message appears on the screen, do the
following to clean the air filter:
2
1
1
2
Air Filter Cleaning Procedure:
1. Switch off the power to the projector by pressing the “ ” button on the
remote control or on the Control Panel of the projector.
2. Disconnect the power cord.
3. Pull out the latch to remove the dust filter compartment, as shown in the
illustration. 1
4. Carefully remove the air filter. Then clean or replace the dust filter. 2
To install the dust filter, reverse the previous steps.
5. Turn on the projector and reset the filter usage counter after the dust
filter is replaced.
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Compatibility Modes
HDMI Compatibility
Digital
B0/Established timing
720 x 400 @ 70Hz
640 x 480 @ 60Hz
640 x 480 @ 67Hz
640 x 480 @ 72Hz
640 x 480 @ 75Hz
800 x 600 @ 56Hz
800 x 600 @ 60Hz
800 x 600 @ 72Hz
800 x 600 @ 75Hz
1024 x 768 @ 60Hz
1024 x 768 @ 70Hz
1024 x 768 @ 75Hz
1280 x 1024 @ 75Hz
B1/Video mode
640 x 480p @ 60Hz
720 x 480p @ 60Hz
1280 x 720p @ 60Hz
1920 x 1080i @ 60Hz
720(1440) x 480i @ 60Hz
1920 x 1080p @ 60Hz
720 x 576p @ 50Hz
1280 x 720p @ 50Hz
1920 x 1080i @ 50Hz
720(1440) x 576i @ 50Hz
1920 x 1080p @ 50Hz
1920 x 1080p @ 24Hz
1920 x 1080p @ 30Hz
B0/Standard timing
XGA / WXGA
1440 x 900 @60Hz
1024 x 768 @120Hz
1280 x 800 @60Hz
1280 x 1024 @60Hz
1680 x 1050 @60Hz
1280 x 720 @60Hz
1280 x 720 @120Hz
1600 x 1200 @60Hz
1080P
1280 x 720 @ 60Hz
1280 x 800 @ 60Hz
1280 x1024 @ 60Hz
1400 x 1050 @ 60Hz
1600 x 1200 @ 60Hz
1440 x 900 @60Hz
B0/Detail timing:
Native timing:
XGA: 1024 x 768 @60Hz
WXGA: 1280 x 800 @60Hz
1080P: 1920 x 1080 @60Hz
B1/Detail timing:
720 x 480p @ 60Hz
1280 x 720p @ 60Hz
1366 x 768 @ 60Hz
1920 x 1080i @ 50Hz
1920 x 1080p @ 60Hz
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True 3D Video Compatibility
Input
resolution
HDMI 1.4b 3D
Input
Input timing
1280 x 720p @ 50Hz
Top-and-Bottom
1280 x 720p @ 60Hz
Top-and-Bottom
1280 x 720p @ 50Hz
Frame packing
1280 x 720p @ 60Hz
Frame packing
1920 x 1080i @ 50 Hz
Side-by-Side (Half)
1920 x 1080i @ 60 Hz
Side-by-Side (Half)
1920 x 1080p @ 24 Hz
Top-and-Bottom
1920 x 1080p @ 24 Hz
Frame packing
1920 x 1080i @ 50Hz
1920 x 1080i @ 60Hz
Side-by-Side
(Half)
While 3D Format is
“SBS”
Top-and-Bottom
While 3D Format is
“Top and Bottom”
HQFS
While 3D Format is
“Frame sequential”
1280 x 720p @ 50Hz
1280 x 720p @ 60Hz
HDMI 1.3
1920 x 1080i @ 50Hz
1920 x 1080i @ 60Hz
1280 x 720p @ 50Hz
1280 x 720p @ 60Hz
480i
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RS232 Commands and Protocol
Function List
RS232 Pin Assignments
9
RS232 shell is
grounded.
5
Pin no.
8
4
7
3
6
2
1
Spec.
(from projector side)
1
N/A
2
RXD
3
TXD
4
N/A
5
GND
6
N/A
7
N/A
8
N/A
9
N/A
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RS232 Protocol Function List
1. There is a <CR>
after all ASCII
commands.
2. 0D is the HEX
code for <CR> in
ASCII code.
Baud Rate : 9600
Data Bits: 8
Parity: None
Stop Bits: 1
Flow Control : None
UART16550 FIFO: Disable
Projector Return (Pass): P
Projector Return (Fail): F
XX=01-99, projector's ID, XX=00 is for all projectors
SEND to projector
232 ASCII Code
HEX Code
Function
~XX00 1
7E 30 30 30 30 20 31 0D
Power ON
~XX00 0
7E 30 30 30 30 20 30 0D
Power OFF
~XX00 1 ~nnnn
7E 30 30 30 30 20 31 20 a 0D
Power ON with Password ~nnnn = ~00000 (a=7E 30 30 30 30 30)
~99999 (a=7E 39 39 39 39 39)
~XX01 1
7E 30 30 30 31 20 31 0D
Resync
~XX02 1
7E 30 30 30 32 20 31 0D
AV Mute
~XX02 0
7E 30 30 30 32 20 30 0D
~XX03 1
7E 30 30 30 33 20 31 0D
~XX03 0
7E 30 30 30 33 20 30 0D
~XX04 1
7E 30 30 30 34 20 31 0D
Freeze
~XX04 0
7E 30 30 30 34 20 30 0D
Unfreeze
~XX05 1
7E 30 30 30 35 20 31 0D
Zoom Plus
~XX06 1
7E 30 30 30 36 20 31 0D
Zoom Minus
~XX12 1
7E 30 30 31 32 20 31 0D
Direct Source Commands HDMI1
~XX12 15
7E 30 30 31 32 20 31 35 0D
HDMI2
~XX12 5
7E 30 30 31 32 20 35 0D
VGA1
~XX12 6
7E 30 30 31 32 20 36 0D
VGA 2
~XX12 8
7E 30 30 31 32 20 38 0D
VGA1 Component
~XX12 10
7E 30 30 31 32 20 31 30 0D
~XX20 1
7E 30 30 32 30 20 31 0D
~XX20 2
7E 30 30 32 30 20 32 0D
Bright
~XX20 3
7E 30 30 32 30 20 33 0D
Movie
~XX20 4
7E 30 30 32 30 20 34 0D
sRGB
~XX20 5
7E 30 30 32 30 20 35 0D
User
~XX20 7
7E 30 30 32 30 20 37 0D
Blackboard
~XX20 13
7E 30 30 32 30 20 31 33 0D
DICOM SIM.
~XX20 9
7E 30 30 32 30 20 39 0D
~XX21 n
7E 30 30 32 31 20 a 0D
Brightness
n = -50 (a=2D 35 30) ~ 50 (a=35 30)
~XX22 n
7E 30 30 32 32 20 a 0D
Contrast
n = -50 (a=2D 35 30) ~ 50 (a=35 30)
~XX23 n
7E 30 30 32 33 20 a 0D
Sharpness
n = 1 (a=31) ~ 15 (a=31 35)
~XX44 n
7E 30 30 34 34 20 a 0D
Tint
n = -50 (a=2D 35 30) ~ 50 (a=35 30)
~XX45 n
7E 30 30 34 35 20 a 0D
Color
n = -50 (a=2D 35 30) ~ 50 (a=35 30)
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Description
(0/2 for backward compatible)
On
Off (0/2 for backward compatible)
Mute
On
Off (0/2 for backward compatible)
(0/2 for backward compatible)
Video
Display Mode
Presentation
3D
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~XX327 n
7E 58 58 33 32 37 20 a 0D
~XX328 n
7E 58 58 33 32 38 20 a 0D
Color Matching
Red Hue
n = -50 (a=2D 35 30) ~ 50 (a=35 30)
Green Hue
n = -50 (a=2D 35 30) ~ 50 (a=35 30)
n = -50 (a=2D 35 30) ~ 50 (a=35 30)
~XX329 n
7E 58 58 33 32 39 20 a 0D
Blue Hue
~XX330 n
7E 58 58 33 33 30 20 a 0D
Cyan Hue
n = -50 (a=2D 35 30) ~ 50 (a=35 30)
~XX331 n
7E 58 58 33 33 31 20 a 0D
Yellow Hue
n = -50 (a=2D 35 30) ~ 50 (a=35 30)
n = -50 (a=2D 35 30) ~ 50 (a=35 30)
~XX332 n
7E 58 58 33 33 32 20 a 0D
Magenta Hue
~XX333 n
7E 58 58 33 33 33 20 a 0D
Red Saturation n = -50 (a=2D 35 30) ~ 50 (a=35 30)
~XX334 n
7E 58 58 33 33 34 20 a 0D
Green
Saturation
n = -50 (a=2D 35 30) ~ 50 (a=35 30)
~XX335 n
7E 58 58 33 33 35 20 a 0D
Blue Saturation n = -50 (a=2D 35 30) ~ 50 (a=35 30)
~XX336 n
7E 58 58 33 33 36 20 a 0D
Cyan
Saturation
n = -50 (a=2D 35 30) ~ 50 (a=35 30)
~XX337 n
7E 58 58 33 33 37 20 a 0D
Yellow
Saturation
n = -50 (a=2D 35 30) ~ 50 (a=35 30)
~XX338 n
7E 58 58 33 33 38 20 a 0D
Magenta
Saturation
n = -50 (a=2D 35 30) ~ 50 (a=35 30)
~XX339 n
7E 58 58 33 33 39 20 a 0D
Red Gain
n = -50 (a=2D 35 30) ~ 50 (a=35 30)
~XX340 n
7E 58 58 33 34 30 20 a 0D
Green Gain
n = -50 (a=2D 35 30) ~ 50 (a=35 30)
~XX341 n
7E 58 58 33 34 31 20 a 0D
Blue Gain
n = -50 (a=2D 35 30) ~ 50 (a=35 30)
~XX342 n
7E 58 58 33 34 32 20 a 0D
Cyan Gain
n = -50 (a=2D 35 30) ~ 50 (a=35 30)
~XX343 n
7E 58 58 33 34 33 20 a 0D
Yellow Gain
n = -50 (a=2D 35 30) ~ 50 (a=35 30)
~XX344 n
7E 58 58 33 34 34 20 a 0D
Magenta Gain
n = -50 (a=2D 35 30) ~ 50 (a=35 30)
~XX345 n
7E 58 58 33 34 35 20 a 0D
White/R
n = -50 (a=2D 35 30) ~ 50 (a=35 30)
~XX346 n
7E 58 58 33 34 36 20 a 0D
White/G
n = -50 (a=2D 35 30) ~ 50 (a=35 30)
n = -50 (a=2D 35 30) ~ 50 (a=35 30)
~XX347 n
7E 58 58 33 34 37 20 a 0D
White/B
~XX215 1
7E 30 30 32 31 35 20 31 0D
Reset
~XX24 n
7E 30 30 32 34 20 a 0D
~XX25 n
7E 30 30 32 35 20 a 0D
RGB Gain/Bias
Red Gain
n = -50 (a=2D 35 30) ~ 50 (a=35 30)
Green Gain
n = -50 (a=2D 35 30) ~ 50 (a=35 30)
n = -50 (a=2D 35 30) ~ 50 (a=35 30)
~XX26 n
7E 30 30 32 36 20 a 0D
Blue Gain
~XX27 n
7E 30 30 32 37 20 a 0D
Red Bias
n = -50 (a=2D 35 30) ~ 50 (a=35 30)
~XX28 n
7E 30 30 32 38 20 a 0D
Green Bias
n = -50 (a=2D 35 30) ~ 50 (a=35 30)
n = -50 (a=2D 35 30) ~ 50 (a=35 30)
~XX29 n
7E 30 30 32 39 20 a 0D
Blue Bias
~XX33 n
7E 30 30 33 33 20 a 0D
Reset
~XX34 n
7E 30 30 33 34 20 a 0D
BrilliantColorTM
~XX196 n
7E 30 30 31 39 36 20 a 0D
Noise Reduction
~XX35 1
7E 30 30 33 35 20 31 0D
Gamma
n = 1 (a=31) ~ 10 (a=31 30)
n = 1 (a=31) ~ 10 (a=31 30)
Film
~XX35 3
7E 30 30 33 35 20 33 0D
Graphics
~XX35 5
7E 30 30 33 35 20 35 0D
1.8
~XX35 6
7E 30 30 33 35 20 36 0D
2.0
~XX35 7
7E 30 30 33 35 20 37 0D
2.2
~XX35 8
7E 30 30 33 35 20 38 0D
2.6
~XX35 9
7E 30 30 33 35 20 39 0D
~XX36 0
7E 30 30 33 36 20 31 0D
3D
~XX36 1
7E 30 30 33 36 20 32 0D
Cool
~XX36 2
7E 30 30 33 36 20 33 0D
Cold
~XX37 1
7E 30 30 33 37 20 31 0D
~XX37 2
7E 30 30 33 37 20 32 0D
Color Temp.
Color Space
Medium
Auto
RGB\ RGB(0-255)
~XX37 3
7E 30 30 33 37 20 33 0D
YUV
~XX37 4
7E 30 30 33 37 20 34 0D
RGB(16 - 235)
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~XX73 n
7E 30 30 37 33 20 a 0D
~XX74 n
7E 30 30 37 34 20 a 0D
Signal (RGB)
~XX91 1
7E 30 30 39 31 20 31 0D
~XX91 0
7E 30 30 39 31 20 30 0D
Disable
~XX75 n
7E 30 30 37 35 20 a 0D
H. Position
n = -5 (a=2D 35) ~ 5 (a=35) By timing
~XX76 n
7E 30 30 37 36 20 a 0D
V. Position
n = -5 (a=2D 35) ~ 5 (a=35) By timing
~XX200 n
7E 30 30 32 30 30 20 a 0D
Automatic
Signal(Video)
Frequency
n = -5 (a=2D 35) ~ 5 (a=35) By signal
Phase
n = 0 (a=30) ~ 31 (a=33 31) By
signal
Enable
White Level
~XX201 n
7E 30 30 32 30 31 20 a 0D
Black Level
~XX204 1
7E 30 30 32 30 30 21 31 0D
0
~XX204 0
7E 30 30 32 30 30 21 30 0D
~XX60 1
7E 30 30 36 30 20 31 0D
~XX60 2
7E 30 30 36 30 20 32 0D
7.5
Format
4:3
16:9
~XX60 3
7E 30 30 36 30 20 33 0D
16:10(WXGA Model)
~XX60 5
7E 30 30 36 30 20 35 0D
LBX
Native
~XX60 6
7E 30 30 36 30 20 36 0D
~XX60 7
7E 30 30 36 30 20 37 0D
~XX62 n
7E 30 30 36 32 20 a 0D
Digital Zoom
Zoom
~XX61 n
7E 30 30 36 31 20 a 0D
Edge mask
n = 0 (a=30) ~ 10 (a=31 30)
~XX63 n
7E 30 30 36 33 20 a 0D
H Image Shift
n = -100 (a=2D 31 30 30) ~ 100 (a=31 30 30)
~XX64 n
7E 30 30 36 34 20 a 0D
V Image Shift
n = -100 (a=2D 31 30 30) ~ 100 (a=31 30 30)
~XX66 n
7E 30 30 36 36 20 a 0D
V Keystone
n = -40 (a=2D 34 30) ~ 40 (a=34 30)
~XX230 1
7E 30 30 32 33 30 20 31 0D
3D Mode
~XX230 3
7E 30 30 32 33 30 20 33 0D
Auto
n = -5 (a=2D 35) ~ 25 (a=32 35)
DLP-Link
VESA
~XX230 0(or2) 7E 30 30 32 33 30 20 30(32) 0D
Off
~XX400 0
7E 30 30 34 30 30 20 30 0D
3D->2D
~XX400 1
7E 30 30 34 30 30 20 31 0D
L
~XX400 2
7E 30 30 34 30 30 20 32 0D
R
~XX405 0
7E 30 30 34 30 35 20 30 0D
~XX405 1
7E 30 30 34 30 35 20 31 0D
SBS
~XX405 2
7E 30 30 34 30 35 20 32 0D
Top and Bottom
3D Format
3D
Auto
~XX405 3
7E 30 30 34 30 35 20 33 0D
~XX231 0
7E 30 30 32 33 31 20 30 0D
Frame sequential
~XX231 1
7E 30 30 32 33 31 20 31 0D
~XX70 1
7E 30 30 37 30 20 31 0D
~XX70 2
7E 30 30 37 30 20 32 0D
German
French
3D Sync Invert
On
Off
Language
English
~XX70 3
7E 30 30 37 30 20 33 0D
~XX70 4
7E 30 30 37 30 20 34 0D
Italian
~XX70 5
7E 30 30 37 30 20 35 0D
Spanish
~XX70 6
7E 30 30 37 30 20 36 0D
Portuguese
~XX70 7
7E 30 30 37 30 20 37 0D
Polish
~XX70 8
7E 30 30 37 30 20 38 0D
Dutch
~XX70 9
7E 30 30 37 30 20 39 0D
Swedish
~XX70 10
7E 30 30 37 30 20 31 30 0D
Norwegian/Danish
Finnish
~XX70 11
7E 30 30 37 30 20 31 31 0D
~XX70 12
7E 30 30 37 30 20 31 32 0D
Greek
~XX70 13
7E 30 30 37 30 20 31 33 0D
Traditional Chinese
~XX70 14
7E 30 30 37 30 20 31 34 0D
Simplified Chinese
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~XX70 15
7E 30 30 37 30 20 31 35 0D
~XX70 16
7E 30 30 37 30 20 31 36 0D
Japanese
Korean
~XX70 17
7E 30 30 37 30 20 31 37 0D
Russian
~XX70 18
7E 30 30 37 30 20 31 38 0D
Hungarian
~XX70 19
7E 30 30 37 30 20 31 39 0D
Czechoslovak
Arabic
~XX70 20
7E 30 30 37 30 20 32 30 0D
~XX70 22
7E 30 30 37 30 20 32 32 0D
Turkish
~XX70 23
7E 30 30 37 30 20 32 33 0D
Farsi
~XX70 27
7E 30 30 37 30 20 32 37 0D
~XX71 1
7E 30 30 37 31 20 31 0D
Romanian
~XX71 2
7E 30 30 37 31 20 32 0D
Rear-Desktop
~XX71 3
7E 30 30 37 31 20 33 0D
Front-Ceiling
Projection
Front-Desktop
~XX71 4
7E 30 30 37 31 20 34 0D
~XX72 1
7E 30 30 37 32 20 31 0D
Rear-Ceiling
~XX72 2
7E 30 30 37 32 20 32 0D
Top Right
Centre
Menu Location
Top Left
~XX72 3
7E 30 30 37 32 20 33 0D
~XX72 4
7E 30 30 37 32 20 34 0D
Bottom Left
~XX72 5
7E 30 30 37 32 20 35 0D
Bottom Right
(WXGA/ Model)
~XX90 1
7E 30 30 39 30 20 31 0D
~XX90 0
7E 30 30 39 30 20 30 0D
Screen Type
~XX77 n
7E 30 30 37 37 20 aabbcc 0D
Security
Security Timer
~XX78 1
7E 30 30 37 38 20 31 0D
Security Settings
On
~XX78 0 ~nnnn
7E 30 30 37 38 20 30 20 a 0D
16:9
~XX79 n
7E 30 30 37 39 20 a 0D
Projector ID
7E 30 30 38 30 20 31 0D
Mute
~XX80 0
7E 30 30 38 30 20 30 0D
~XX310 0
7E 30 30 33 31 30 20 30 0D
~XX310 1
7E 30 30 33 31 30 20 31 0D
~XX81 n
7E 30 30 38 31 20 a 0D
Volume(Audio)
~XX89 0
7E 30 30 38 39 20 30 0D
Audio Input
~XX89 1
7E 30 30 38 39 20 31 0D
7E 30 30 38 39 20 33 0D
~XX82 1
7E 30 30 38 32 20 31 0D
~XX82 2
7E 30 30 38 32 20 32 0D
Month/Day/Hour n = mm/dd/hh
mm= 00 (aa=30 30) ~ 12 (aa=31 32)
dd = 00 (bb=30 30) ~ 30 (bb=33 30)
hh= 00 (cc=30 30) ~ 24 (cc=32 34)
Off(0/2 for backward compatible)
~nnnn = ~0000 (a=7E 30 30 30 30)
~9999 (a=7E 39 39 39 39)
~XX80 1
~XX89 3
16:10
n = 00 (a=30 30) ~ 99 (a=39 39)
On
Off (0/2 for backward compatible)
Internal Speaker
Off
On
n = 0 (a=30) ~ 10 (a=31 30)
Default
Audio1
Audio2
Logo
Optoma
User
~XX82 3
7E 30 30 38 32 20 33 0D
~XX83 1
7E 30 30 38 33 20 31 0D
Logo Capture
Neutral
~XX88 0
7E 30 30 38 38 20 30 0D
Closed Captioning
~XX88 1
7E 30 30 38 38 20 31 0D
cc1
~XX88 2
7E 30 30 38 38 20 32 0D
cc2
~XX87 1
7E 30 30 38 37 20 31 0D
Network Status(Read only Return :Oka, a=0/1 Disconnected/ Connected
~XX87 3
7E 30 30 38 37 20 33 0D
IP Address(Read only) Return: "Okaaa_bbb_ccc_ddd"
~XX454 0/2
7E 30 30 34 35 34 20 30(32) 0D Crestron
Off
~XX454 1
7E 30 30 34 35 34 20 31 0D
On
Off
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~XX455 0/2
7E 30 30 34 35 35 20 30(32) 0D Extron
Off
~XX455 1
7E 30 30 34 35 35 20 31 0D
On
~XX456 0/2
7E 30 30 34 35 36 20 30(32) 0D PJLink
Off
~XX456 1
7E 30 30 34 35 36 20 31 0D
On
~XX457 0/2
7E 30 30 34 35 37 20 30(32) 0D AMX Device Discovery
Off
~XX457 1
7E 30 30 34 35 37 20 31 0D
On
~XX458 0/2
7E 30 30 34 35 38 20 30(32) 0D Telnet
Off
~XX458 1
7E 30 30 34 35 38 20 31 0D
On
~XX39 1
7E 30 30 33 39 20 31 0D
~XX39 7
7E 30 30 33 39 20 37 0D
HDMI2
VGA1
Input Source
HDMI1
~XX39 5
7E 30 30 33 39 20 35 0D
~XX39 6
7E 30 30 33 39 20 36 0D
VGA2
~XX39 10
7E 30 30 33 39 20 31 30 0D
Video
~XX100 1
7E 30 30 31 30 30 20 31 0D
~XX100 0
7E 30 30 31 30 30 20 30 0D
~XX101 1
7E 30 30 31 30 31 20 31 0D
~XX101 0
7E 30 30 31 30 31 20 30 0D
~XX102 1
7E 30 30 31 30 32 20 31 0D
~XX102 0
7E 30 30 31 30 32 20 30 0D
~XX103 1
7E 30 30 31 30 33 20 31 0D
~XX103 0
7E 30 30 31 30 33 20 30 0D
~XX348 0
7E 30 30 33 34 38 20 30 0D
~XX348 1
7E 30 30 33 34 38 20 31 0D
~XX195 0
7E 30 30 31 39 35 20 30 0D
~XX195 1
7E 30 30 31 39 35 20 31 0D
~XX195 3
7E 30 30 31 39 35 20 33 0D
Grid(Green)
~XX195 4
7E 30 30 31 39 35 20 34 0D
Grid(Magenta)
~XX195 2
7E 30 30 31 39 35 20 32 0D
~XX192 0
7E 30 30 31 39 32 20 30 0D
~XX192 1
7E 30 30 31 39 32 20 31 0D
~XX104 1
7E 30 30 31 30 34 20 31 0D
~XX104 2
7E 30 30 31 30 34 20 32 0D
Source Lock
On
Off (0/2 for backward compatible)
High Altitude
On
Off (0/2 for backward compatible)
Information Hide
On
Off (0/2 for backward compatible)
Keypad Lock
On
Off (0/2 for backward compatible)
Display Mode Lock
Off (0/2 for backward compatible)
On
Test Pattern
None
Grid(White)
White
12V Trigger
Off
On
Background Color
Blue
Black
~XX104 3
7E 30 30 31 30 34 20 33 0D
Red
~XX104 4
7E 30 30 31 30 34 20 34 0D
Green
~XX104 5
7E 30 30 31 30 34 20 35 0D
~XX105 1
7E 30 30 31 30 35 20 31 0D
~XX105 0
7E 30 30 31 30 35 20 30 0D
~XX113 0
7E 30 30 31 31 33 20 30 0D
~XX113 1
7E 30 30 31 31 33 20 31 0D
~XX106 n
7E 30 30 31 30 36 20 a 0D
Auto Power Off n = 0 (a=30) ~ 180 (a=31 38 30)
(min)
(5 minutes for each step).
~XX107 n
7E 30 30 31 30 37 20 a 0D
Sleep Timer
(min
n = 0 (a=30) ~ 990 (a=39 39 30)
(30 minutes for each step).
Quick Resume
On
~XX115 1
7E 30 30 31 31 35 20 31 0D
~XX115 0
7E 30 30 31 31 35 20 30 0D
~XX114 1
7E 30 30 31 31 34 20 31 0D
~XX114 0
7E 30 30 31 31 34 20 30 0D
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White
Advanced
Direct Power On On
Off (0/2 for backward compatible)
Signal Power On Off
On
Off (0/2 for backward compatible)
Power
Active (<=0.5W)
Mode(Standby)
Eco. (0/2 for backward compatible)
Appendices
~XX109 1
7E 30 30 31 30 39 20 31 0D
~XX109 0
7E 30 30 31 30 39 20 30 0D
Lamp Reminder
On
~XX110 1
7E 30 30 31 31 30 20 31 0D
~XX110 2
7E 30 30 31 31 30 20 32 0D
Eco
~XX110 3
7E 30 30 31 31 30 20 33 0D
Eco+
Off (0/2 for backward compatible)
Brightness Mode
Bright
~XX110 4
7E 30 30 31 31 30 20 34 0D
~XX111 1
7E 30 30 31 31 31 20 31 0D
~XX111 0
7E 30 30 31 31 31 20 30 0D
~XX322 0
7E 30 30 33 32 32 20 30 0D
~XX322 1
7E 30 30 33 32 32 20 31 0D
~XX322 2
7E 30 30 33 32 32 20 32 0D
500 hrs
~XX322 3
7E 30 30 33 32 32 20 33 0D
800 hrs
~XX322 4
7E 30 30 33 32 32 20 34 0D
~XX323 1
7E 30 30 33 32 33 20 31 0D
~XX323 0
7E 30 30 33 32 33 20 30 0D
~XX112 1
7E 30 30 31 31 32 20 31 0D
Dynamic
Lamp Reset
Yes
No (0/2 for backward compatible)
Filter Reminder
Off
300 hrs
1000 hrs
Filter Reset
Yes
No (0/2 for backward compatible)
Reset
Yes
SEND to emulate Remote
~XX140 10
7E 30 30 31 34 30 20 31 30 0D Up
~XX140 11
7E 30 30 31 34 30 20 31 31 0D Left
~XX140 12
7E 30 30 31 34 30 20 31 32 0D Enter (for projection MENU)
~XX140 13
7E 30 30 31 34 30 20 31 33 0D Right
~XX140 14
7E 30 30 31 34 30 20 31 34 0D Down
~XX140 15
7E 30 30 31 34 30 20 31 35 0D Keystone +
~XX140 16
7E 30 30 31 34 30 20 31 36 0D Keystone -
~XX140 17
7E 30 30 31 34 30 20 31 37 0D Volume -
~XX140 18
7E 30 30 31 34 30 20 31 38 0D Volume +
~XX140 19
7E 30 30 31 34 30 20 31 39 0D Brightness
~XX140 20
7E 30 30 31 34 30 20 32 30 0D Menu
~XX140 21
7E 30 30 31 34 30 20 32 31 0D Zoom
~XX140 28
7E 30 30 31 34 30 20 32 38 0D Contrast
~XX140 47
7E 30 30 31 34 30 20 34 37 0D Source
SEND from projector automatically
232 ASCII Code
HEX Code
when Standby/Cooling/Out of
Range/Lamp fail/Fan Lock/Over Temperature/
Lamp Hours Running Out/Cover Open
Function
Projector Return Description
INFOn
n : 0/1/2/3/4/6/7/8/9 =
Standby/Cooling/Out of Range/
Lamp fail/Fan
Lock/Over Temperature/Lamp
Hours Running Out/Cover Open
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READ from projector
232 ASCII Code
HEX Code
Function
Projector Return Description
~XX121 1
7E 30 30 31 32 31 20 31 0D
Input Source Commands
Oka
a = 0 None
a = 2 VGA-1
a = 3 VGA-2
a = 5 Video
a = 7 HDMI1
a = 8 HDMI2
~XX122 1
7E 30 30 31 32 32 20 31 0D
Sofware Version
OKdddd
dddd: FW version
~XX123 1
7E 30 30 31 32 33 20 31 0D
Display Mode
Oka
a = 0 None
a = 1 Presentation
a = 2 Bright/
a = 3 Movie
a = 4 sRGB
a = 5 User
a= 7 Blackboard
a = 9 3D
a = 12 DICOM SIM.
~XX124 1
7E 30 30 31 32 34 20 31 0D
Power State
OKn
n : 0/1 = Off/On
~XX125 1
7E 30 30 31 32 35 20 31 0D
Brightness
OKn
~XX126 1
7E 30 30 31 32 37 20 31 0D
Contrast
OKn
~XX127 1
7E 30 30 31 32 37 20 31 0D
Format
OKn
n: 1/2/3/5/6/7 =4:3/16:9/16:10/LBX/
Native/Auto
*16:9 or 16:10 depend on Screen Type setting
~XX128 1
7E 30 30 31 32 38 20 31 0D
Color Temperature
Oka
a=0 Standard
a=1 Cool
a=2 Cold
~XX129 1
7E 30 30 31 32 39 20 31 0D
Projection Mode
OKn
n : 0/1/2/3 = Front-Desktop/ RearDesktop/ Front-Ceiling/ Rear-Ceiling
~XX150 1
7E 30 30 31 35 30 20 31 1D
Information
Okabbbbbccd
dddee
a = Power Status
a=0 Power Off
a=1 Power On
b = Lamp Hour (LED Hours)
bbbbb Lamp Hour (LED Hours)
c = Input Source
cc=00 None
cc=02 VGA1
cc=03 VGA2
cc=05 Video
cc=07 HDMI1
cc=08 HDMI2
d = Firmware Version
dddd Firmware Version
e = Display mode
ee=00 None
ee=01 Presentation
ee=02 Bright
ee=03 Movie
ee=04 sRGB
ee=05 User
ee=07 Blackboard
ee=09 3D
ee=12 DICOM SIM.
~XX151 1
7E 30 30 31 35 31 20 31 0D
Model name
OKn
n:1/2/3=XGA/WGA/1080p
~XX108 1
7E 30 30 31 30 38 20 31 0D
Lamp Hours
OKbbbb
bbbb: LampHour
~XX108 2
7E 30 30 31 30 38 20 32 0D
Cumulative Lamp Hours
OKbbbbb
bbbbb: (5 digits) Total Lamp Hours
~XX87 1
7E 30 30 38 37 20 31 0D
Network Status
Okn
n=0/1 Disconnected/Connected
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~XX351 0
7E 30 30 33 35 31 20 30 0D
Fan1 speed(blower)
Oka
a=0000~9999
~XX352 1
7E 30 30 33 35 32 20 31 0D
System temperature
Oka
a=000~999
~XX353 1
7E 30 30 33 35 33 20 31 0D
Serial number
Okaaaaaaaaaa a=serial number string
aaaaaaa
~XX354 1
7E 30 30 33 35 34 20 31 0D
Closed Captioning
Oka
a: 0/1/2 = off/cc1/cc2
~XX355 1
7E 30 30 33 35 35 20 31 0D
AV Mute
Oka
a : 0/1 = Off/On
~XX356 1
7E 30 30 33 35 36 20 31 0D
Mute
Oka
a : 0/1 = Off/On
~XX357 1
7E 30 30 33 35 37 20 31 0D
LAN FW version
Okeeeee
eeeee = Software Version
~XX358 1
7E 30 30 33 35 38 20 31 0D
Current Lamp Watt
Okaaaa
aaaa=0000~9999
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Appendices
Ceiling Mount Installation
If you wish to use a third party ceiling mount kit, please
ensure the screws used to attach a mount to the projector
meet the following specifications::
Screw type: M4*3
Maximum screw length: 11mm
Minimum screw length: 8mm
108.38
384.58
130.00
310.1
88.00
Warning:
1. If you buy a ceiling
mount from another
company, please
be sure to use the
correct screw size.
Screw size will vary
depending on the
thickness of the
mounting plate.
2. Be sure to keep
at least 10 cm gap
between the ceiling
and the bottom of the
projector.
3. Avoid installing the
projector near a heat
source.
65.00
Please note that
damage resulting
from incorrect
installation will void
the warranty.
108.38
Unit: mm
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Appendices
Optoma Global Offices
For service or support please contact your local office.
USA
3178 Laurelview Ct. Fremont, CA 94538, USA www.optomausa.com
888-289-6786
510-897-8601
services@optoma.com
Canada
3178 Laurelview Ct. Fremont, CA 94538, USA www.optomausa.com
888-289-6786
510-897-8601
services@optoma.com
Latin America
3178 Laurelview Ct. Fremont, CA 94538, USA www.optomausa.com
888-289-6786
510-897-8601
services@optoma.com
Europe
42 Caxton Way, The Watford Business Park
Watford, Hertfordshire,
WD18 8QZ, UK
+44 (0) 1923 691 800
www.optoma.eu +44 (0) 1923 691 888
Service Tel : +44 (0)1923 691865
service@tsc-europe.com
Benelux BV
Randstad 22-123
1316 BW Almere
The Netherlands
www.optoma.nl +31 (0) 36 820 0252
+31 (0) 36 548 9052
France
Bâtiment E 81-83 avenue Edouard Vaillant 92100 Boulogne Billancourt, France +33 1 41 46 12 20
+33 1 41 46 94 35
savoptoma@optoma.fr
Spain
C/ José Hierro,36 Of. 1C 28522 Rivas VaciaMadrid,
Spain +34 91 499 06 06
+34 91 670 08 32
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Deutschland
Wiesenstrasse 21 W D40549 Düsseldorf, Germany +49 (0) 211 506 6670
+49 (0) 211 506 66799
info@optoma.de
Scandinavia
Lerpeveien 25 3040 Drammen Norway +47 32 98 89 90
+47 32 98 89 99
info@optoma.no
PO.BOX 9515
3038 Drammen
Norway
Korea
WOOMI TECH.CO.,LTD.
4F,Minu Bldg.33-14, Kangnam-Ku, seoul,135-815, KOREA
+82+2+34430004
+82+2+34430005
Japan
東京都足立区綾瀬3-25-18
株式会社オーエス
コンタクトセンター:0120-380-495
info@os-worldwide.com
www.os-worldwide.com
Taiwan
12F., No.213, Sec. 3, Beixin Rd., +886-2-8911-8600
Xindian Dist., New Taipei City 231, +886-2-8911-6550
Taiwan, R.O.C.
services@optoma.com.tw
www.optoma.com.tw
asia.optoma.com
Hong Kong
Unit A, 27/F Dragon Centre,
79 Wing Hong Street,
Cheung Sha Wan, Kowloon, Hong Kong +852-2396-8968
+852-2370-1222
www.optoma.com.hk
China
5F, No. 1205, Kaixuan Rd., Changning District Shanghai, 200052, China
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+86-21-62947376
+86-21-62947375
www.optoma.com.cn
Appendices
Regulation & Safety Notices
This appendix lists the general notices of your projector.
FCC Notice
This device 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 device generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this device does cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the device 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 device and receiver.
™™ Connect the device into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which
the receiver is connected.
™™ Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for help.
Notice: Shielded cables
All connections to other computing devices must be made using shielded
cables to maintain compliance with FCC regulations.
Caution
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could
void the user’s authority, which is granted by the Federal Communications
Commission, to operate this projector.
Operation Conditions
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. 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.
Notice: Canadian users
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Remarque à l’intention des utilisateurs canadiens
Cet appareil numerique de la classe B est conforme a la norme NMB-003 du
Canada.
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Declaration of Conformity for EU countries
yy EMC Directive 2004/108/EC (including amendments)
yy Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
yy R & TTE Directive 1999/5/EC (if product has RF function)
Disposal instructions
Do not throw this electronic device into the trash when
discarding. To minimize pollution and ensure utmost
protection of the global environment, please recycle it.
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