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E-Vision Laser 4K Series
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118-156A
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Digital Projection E-Vision Laser 4K Series
Digital Projection
Digital Projection Limited
Digital Projection China
Greenside Way, Middleton
Manchester M24 1XX, UK
中国 北京市 朝阳区 芍药居北里101号
世奥国际中心A座2006室(100029)
Registered in England No. 2207264
Registered Office: as above
Rm A2006
ShaoYaoJu 101 North Lane
Shi Ao International Center
Chaoyang District
Beijing 100029, PR CHINA
Tel
Fax
(+44) 161 947 3300
(+44) 161 684 7674
[email protected]
[email protected]
Tel
Fax
www.digitalprojection.co.uk
[email protected]
www.dp-china.com.cn
Digital Projection Inc.
Digital Projection Asia
55 Chastain Road, Suite 115
Kennesaw, GA 30144, USA
16 New Industrial Road
#02-10 Hudson Technocentre
Singapore 536204
Tel
Fax
(+1) 770 420 1350
(+1) 770 420 1360
[email protected]
www.digitalprojection.com
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Tel
Fax
(+86) 10 84888566
(+86) 10 84888566-805
(+65) 6284-1138
(+65) 6284-1238
www.digitalprojectionasia.com
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Contents
Symbols used in the User Manual................................................................................................4
Electrical and physical specifications.........................................................................................5
Laser precautions..............................................................................................................................5
Product labels.....................................................................................................................................6
Label locations................................................................................................................................7
Location of laser aperture...............................................................................................................8
Interlock switches.............................................................................................................................8
General precautions.........................................................................................................................9
Installation precautions.................................................................................................................10
Operation and configuration precautions................................................................................11
Compliance with international standards................................................................................11
RF Interference..............................................................................................................................11
Noise..............................................................................................................................................11
European Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive...............................11
Basic Operation Instructions.......................................................................................................12
Positioning the screen and projector..........................................................................................12
Connecting the power supply......................................................................................................13
Switching the projector on...........................................................................................................14
Switching the projector off...........................................................................................................14
Selecting an input signal..............................................................................................................14
Selecting a test pattern.................................................................................................................15
Adjusting the lens.........................................................................................................................15
Adjusting the image......................................................................................................................15
Inserting a new lens......................................................................................................................16
Removing the lens........................................................................................................................17
Control Panel Reference...............................................................................................................18
Projector indicators......................................................................................................................19
Remote Control Reference...........................................................................................................20
Full information about operating, connecting and setting up the projector can be found in the User
Manual, located on the CD.
Updates may be available online - visit the Digital Projection website for all latest documents.
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Symbols used in the User Manual
LASER WARNING: this symbol indicates that there is a potential hazard of eye
exposure to laser radiation unless the instructions are closely followed.
ELECTRICAL WARNING: this symbol indicates that there is a danger of electrical
shock unless the instructions are closely followed.
WARNING: this symbol indicates that there is a danger of physical injury to yourself
and/or damage to the equipment unless the instructions are closely followed.
NOTE: this symbol indicates that there is some important information that you should read.
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Electrical and physical specifications
Main Voltage
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Operating Humidity
Dimensions:
Weight
Power Consumption
Thermal Dissipation
100-240 VAC 50/60Hz (Switch selectable)
5°C to 40°C (41 F to 104 F)
-10°C to 60°C (14 F to 140 F)
10% to 85% non-condensing
W 500 mm (19.7 in), H 218 mm (8.6 in), D 598 mm (23.5 in)
29 kg (63.9 lb) without lens
at 100 VAC: 920 W max
at 240 VAC:
880 W max
Standby power: < 6W (normal), <3W (ECO), <0.5W (PowerSAVE)
at 100 VAC:
3139 BTU/Hour max
at 240 VAC:
3002 BTU/Hour max
Laser precautions
CLASS 3R LASER PRODUCT
This Laser Product is designated as Class 3R during all procedures of operation.
LASER LIGHT - AVOID DIRECT EYE EXPOSURE.
Do not point laser or allow laser light to be directed or reflected toward other people or
reflective objects.
Direct or scattered light can be hazardous to eyes and skin.
There is a potential hazard of eye exposure to laser radiation if the included
instructions are not followed.
Caution – use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than
those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
Laser Parameters:
Wavelength 450nm - 460nm (Blue)
Mode of operation Pulsed, due to frame rate
Pulse width 0.74ms
Pulse repetition rate 240Hz
Maximum laser energy 0.376mJ
Total internal power 240Wmax
Apparent source size >10mm, at lens stop
Divergence >100 mili Radian
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Product labels
DLP Projector / Projecteur DLP (數位投影機/數字投影機)
Model/Modèle/( 型號/型號) :
AC INPUT/Entrée CA( 輸入/輸入) :
200-240 VAC 4.5A 50/60Hz
MSIP-REM-DVP-Laser4K
: KTL ZU10002-17005
:
:
AC INPUT/Entrée CA( 輸入/輸入) :
/
: 델타 비디오 디스플레이
시스템 (우장) 리미티드
+822-515-5303
:
100-130 VAC 9.5A 50/60Hz
制造商:Digital Projection Limited
Greenside Way Middleton
Manchester, M24 1XX UK
(製造地:中國/製造地:中國) Made in China
3264640500 WJ XXXX
1
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.
CAN ICES-3(A) /NMB-3(A)
Caution : Do not open the cover. No user-serviceable parts inside
Avertissement : ne pas ouvrir le couvercle. Le produit ne contient
aucune pièce interne réparable par l’utilisateur.
警告:請勿打開外殼,設備內無服務性維修之元件
警告:請勿打開外殼,設備內無服務性維修之元件
警告: 此為A級產品,在生活環境中,該產品可能會造成無線電干擾。
在這種情況下,可能需要用戶對干擾採取切實可行的措施。
Manufacturer’s ID Label
Complies with FDA performance standards for laser
products except for deviations pursuant to Laser
Notice No. 50, dated June 24, 2007
LASER RADIATION
AVOID DIRECT EYE EXPOSURE
CLASS 3R LASER PRODUCT
Emitted wavelength : 450-460 nm
Max. Pulse energy: 0.376 mJ, Pulse duration: 0.74 ms
3264638203
激光辐射 避免眼睛受到直接照射 3R类激光产品
波长 : 450-460 nm
最大脉冲能量 : 0.376 mJ, 脉冲时间 : 0.74 ms
激光輻射 避免眼睛受到直接照射 3R類激光產品
波長 : 450-460 nm
最大脈衝能量 : 0.376 mJ, 脈衝時間 : 0.74 ms
RAYONNEMENT LASER
EXPOSITION DIRECTE DANGEREUSE POUR LES YEUX
APPAREIL À LASER DE CLASSE 3R
longueur d'onde : 450-460nm
maximum énergie de impulsion : 0.376 mJ,
durée de impulsion : 0.74 ms
GB 7247.1-2012 / IEC/EN 60825-1:2007
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
IEC/EN 60825-1:2014
PRODUIT LASER DE CLASSE 1
IEC/EN 60825-1:2014
2
Explanatory Label and Certification Statement Label
3
Hazard Warning Symbol and Aperture Label
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Label locations
(1)
POWER
RS232
(2)
TRIGGER
HDBaseT / LAN
INPUT
AUTO
SYNC ASPECT
CENTER
LENS
PIC MUTE
WIRED REMOTE
Ethernet
HDMI
1
3D
SYNC IR
SDI IN
HDMI
2
DisplayPort
MENU
HDMI 1
HDMI
4
(1)
SYNC IN
HDBaseT / LAN
Ethernet
YYYY.MM.DD
E-Vision Laser 4K
LENS
SHIFT
FOCUS
ZOOM
HDMI 2
HDMI
3
SDI OUT
EXIT
POWER
RS232
(2)
TRIGGER
E-Vision Laser 4K
HDMI
1
ID Label
3D
SYNC IR
Part No.: 118-105A
Code 39 or 128 of serial no
*XXXXXXXXXXXXX*
HDMI
2
DisplayPort
AUTO
SYNC ASPECT
CENTER
LENS
1
MENU
HDMI 1
MANUFACTURED YYYY.MM.DD
SDI IN
INPUT
EXIT
HDMI 2
HDMI
3
SDI OUT
HDMI
4
SYNC OUT
SYNC IN
2
E-Vision Laser 4K
YYYY.MM.DD
E-Vision Laser 4K
ID Label
3
Part No.: 118-105A
Code 39 or 128 of serial no
*XXXXXXXXXXXXX*
MANUFACTURED YYYY.MM.DD
4
5
RG2
CAUTION: Do not look into the lens
TEMP.
LIGHT
STATUS
POWER
1
2
3
Location of Manufacturer’s ID Label,
Certification Statement Label and
Explanatory Label on the body of the
projector
Manufacturer’s ID Label
(manufacturer’s name, address and
projector model)
Certification Statement Label and
Explanatory Label
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PIC MUTE
WIRED REMOTE
SYNC OUT
4
Serial number
5
Location of Hazard Warning Symbol and
Aperture Label on the body of the projector
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LENS
SHIFT
FOCU
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Location of laser aperture
The laser aperture is located as indicated below.
1
1
Laser aperture
Interlock switches
Three interlock switches installed at the main frame, inside the cover, will power-off the system
individually when activated.
1
2
2
1 Will be activated when the top cover is removed.
2 x2. Will be activated when the projection lens is removed.
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General precautions
The unit is never to be operated if the unit is defective or the cover or seal is damaged.
No maintenance allowed by end user.
Do not open the cabinet. There are no user serviceable parts inside.
No service is allowed except by authorized personnel.
Use only the power cable provided.
Ensure that the power outlet includes a Ground connection, as this equipment MUST be
earthed.
Take care to prevent small objects such as paper or wire from falling into the projector.
If this does happen, switch off immediately, and have the objects removed by
authorised service personnel.
Do not expose the projector to rain or moisture, and do not place any liquids on top of
the projector.
Unplug before cleaning, and use a damp, not wet, cloth.
Do not touch the power plug with wet hands.
Do not touch the power plug during a thunder storm.
Handle the power cable carefully and avoid sharp bends. Do not use a damaged power
cable.
Do not touch the ventilation outlets, as they will become hot in use.
Do not cover or obstruct the ventilation outlets or inlets.
Do not cover the lens whilst the projector is switched on. This could cause a fire
Always allow the projector to cool for 5 minutes before disconnecting the power or
moving the projector.
Never use strong detergents or solvents such as alcohol or thinners to clean the
projector and lens.
RISK GROUP 2 CAUTION. Possibly hazardous optical radiation emitted from this
product. Do not stare at operating light source. May be harmful to the eyes.
RG2
CAUTION: Do not look into the lens
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Installation precautions
Connect the LAN cable only to a computer LAN connection. Other similar connectors
may have a dangerously high voltage source.
The projector must be installed only by suitably qualified personnel, in accordance with
local building codes.
The projector should be installed as close to the power outlet as possible.
The power connection should be easily accessible, so that it can be disconnected in an
emergency.
Ensure that there is at least 50cm (19.7in) of space between the ventilation outlets and
any wall, and 30cm (11.8in) on all other sides.
Do not install the projector close to anything that might be affected by its operational
heat, for instance, polystyrene ceiling tiles, curtains etc.
Place the projector in a dry area away from sources of dust, moisture, steam, smoke,
sunlight or heat.
The projector is heavy. Use safe handling techniques when lifting the projector.
Do not drop or knock the projector.
Before installation, make sure that the surface, ceiling or rigging that is to support the
projector is capable of supporting the combined weight of the projector and lens.
When stacking projectors, the stack MUST be vertical, to ensure that the stresses are
distributed to all four chassis corners.
Do not stack more than 3 projectors.
Do not place heavy objects on top of the projector chassis. Only the chassis corners
and the optional rigging frame are capable of withstanding the weight of another
projector.
Backup safety chains or wires should always be used with ceiling mount installations.
The projector can be operated in any position. It is recommended to position the
projector in portrait mode with inputs facing upward, as shown in the diagram:
30°
1
360°
330°
Roll
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2
2
1 Recommended positions: inputs side up
2 Also possible
Pitch
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Operation and configuration precautions
Do not make changes to the networking configuration unless you understand what you
are doing, or have taken advice from your Network Manager. If you make a mistake,
it is possible that you will lose contact with the projector. Always double-check your
settings before pressing the APPLY button. Always keep a written note of the original
settings, and any changes you have made.
Software update should NOT be carried out except by, or with the supervision of, Digital
Projection Service personnel.
Compliance with international standards
RF Interference
FCC
The Federal Communications Commission does not allow any modifications or changes to the unit
EXCEPT those specified by Digital Projection in this manual. Failure to comply with this government
regulation could void your right to operate this equipment.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area may cause harmful interference, in which case the
user will be responsible for correcting any interference.
Noise
GSGV Acoustic Noise Information Ordinance
The sound pressure level is less than 43 dB (A) according to ISO 3744 or ISO 7779.
European Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive
Digital Projection Ltd is fully committed to minimising Waste Electrical and Electronic
Equipment. Our products are designed with reuse, recycling and recovery of all components
in mind. To this end, at end of life, your projector may be returned to Digital Projection Ltd or
its agent so that the environmental impact can be minimised.
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Basic Operation Instructions
Positioning the screen and projector
1.
Install the screen, ensuring that it is in the best position for viewing by your audience.
2.
Mount the projector, ensuring that it is at a suitable distance from the screen for the image to fill
the screen. Set the adjustable feet so that the projector is level, and perpendicular to the screen.
The drawing below shows the positions of the feet for table mounting, and the fixing holes for ceiling
mounting.
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1 Four adjustable feet
2 Six M4 holes for ceiling mount
The screws should not penetrate more than 15 mm into the body of the projector.
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Connecting the power supply
Adjust the VOLTAGE SELECT switch 1 to the required voltage, then firmly push the mains
connector into the socket 2 .
1
2
Voltage selection
The VOLTAGE SELECT switch must be set to match the power supply you are using:
Voltage of power supply used
Position of VOLTAGE SELECT switch
100-130VAC outlet
200-240VAC (single phase) outlet
Use only the power cable provided.
Ensure that the power outlet includes a ground connection as this equipment MUST be
earthed.
Handle the power cable carefully and avoid sharp bends. Do not use a damaged power
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cable.
Switching the projector on
1.
Connect the power cable between the mains supply and the projector. (See Connecting the
power supply above.) Switch on at the switch next to the power connector.
2.
The POWER indicator lights red to signal that the projector is in STANDBY mode. Press one of
the following buttons:
•
•
On the remote control, the ON button
On the projector control panel, the POWER button.
The fans begin working, then the POWER indicator begins flashing green. When the flashing
stops, the POWER and LIGHT indicators both light steady green. The projector is switched on.
Switching the projector off
1.
Press OFF on the remote control or POWER on the control panel, then press again to confirm
your choice.
The POWER indicator on the control panel will start flashing amber, the system will go out and the
cooling fans will run for a short time until the POWER indicator goes steady red to indicate that the
projector has entered STANDBY mode.
2.
If you need to switch the projector off completely, switch off at the mains power switch next to the
power connector and then disconnect the power cable from the projector.
Selecting an input signal
1.
Connect one or more image sources to the projector.
2.
Select the input you want to display:
•
•
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Press one of the input buttons on the remote control.
Alternatively, open the On-screen display (OSD) by pressing MENU. Highlight Input from the
main menu, press ENTER/OK and then select an input signal using the UP and DOWN arrow
buttons. Press ENTER/OK to confirm your choice.
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Selecting a test pattern
To display a test pattern:
•
Press TEST on the remote control. If necessary, press again to change the test pattern. Test
patterns are displayed in the following order:
White, Black, Red, Green, Blue, Cyan, Yellow, Magenta, Off
•
After the final test pattern, the projector exits test pattern mode and returns to the main image. To
view test patterns again, you need to press TEST again.
Alternatively, open the OSD by pressing MENU. Highlight Test Patterns from the main menu,
then select a test pattern using the LEFT and RIGHT arrow buttons.
Adjusting the lens
The lens can be adjusted using the Lens menu, or using the lens buttons on the remote control.
Lens menu
The Lens menu provides access to the Lens Control setting and the Center Lens command.
Lens Control allows Zoom, Focus and Shift adjustment using the arrow buttons. The setting
operates in Zoom/Focus Adjustment and Shift Adjustment mode.
Press ENTER/SELECT to switch between the two modes.
Remote control
Use the remote control to adjust zoom, focus and shift directly, without opening a menu:
•
•
•
•
OK enters lens control, then switches between Zoom/Focus Adjustment and Shift Adjustment.
EXIT exits lens control and opens the Lens menu.
MENU exits lens control and returns to the main image.
The arrow buttons adjust zoom, focus and shift as indicated on the screen.
Adjusting the image
Orientation
• This can be set from the Setup menu.
Highlight Projector Mode and choose from Front Tabletop, Front Ceiling, Rear Tabletop, Rear
Ceiling and Auto-front.
Keystone
• This can be set from the Geometry menu.
Picture
• Settings such as Gamma, Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, Hue and Sharpness can be set
from the Image menu.
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Inserting a new lens
Before changing the lens, always make sure the projector is switched off and fully
disconnected from its power supply.
When changing the lens, avoid using excessive force as this may damage the
equipment.
The lens is shipped separately.
Take care to preserve the original lens packaging and protective caps for future use.
The projector will not power on without the lens fitted.
1.
Remove the lens cap.
2.
Position the lens so that the labels are at the top, and gently insert it all the way into the lens
mount.
3.
Push the lens in firmly, and turn it clockwise until it clicks into place.
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Removing the lens
Before changing the lens, always make sure the projector is switched off and fully
disconnected from its power supply.
When changing the lens, avoid using excessive force as this may damage the
equipment.
The lens is shipped separately.
Take care to preserve the original lens packaging and protective caps for future use.
The projector will not power on without the lens fitted.
1.
Push in the lens release lever, and turn the lens anti-clockwise.
2.
Remove the lens.
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Control Panel Reference
1
2
3
4
5
POWER
INPUT
AUTO
SYNC
ASPECT
CENTER
LENS
7
8
9
6
PIC MUTE
10
11
12
AUTO SYNC and ASPECT do not work when the projector uses HDMI 3 or 4.
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1 POWER
Switches the projector on and off (STANDBY).
2 INPUT
Switches to the next input source.
3 AUTO SYNC
Re-synchronises with the current input signal.
4 ASPECT
Changes the aspect ratio.
5 CENTER LENS
Centers the lens.
6 PIC MUTE
Switches the laser off/on.
7 MENU
Displays and exits the OSD.
8 Arrow buttons & ENTER
Navigation buttons used to highlight menu entries in the OSD.
Press ENTER to open or execute the highlighted menu entry.
9 EXIT
Exits the current OSD page and enters the level above.
10 LENS SHIFT arrow buttons
Each of these buttons moves the lens in the specified direction.
11 FOCUS plus and minus buttons
Used to move the focus in and out.
12 ZOOM plus and minus buttons
Used to zoom in and out.
Projector indicators
LIGHT
Off = light is switched off
Flashing green = light is preparing to switch on
Flashing red (cycles of six flashes) = light module failure
On, red = light module has reached end of life
On, green = light is switched on
STATUS
Off = no problem
Flashing red (continuously) = cover error
Flashing red (cycles of four flashes) = fan error
On, red = system error
POWER
Off = the projector is switched off
Flashing green = the projector is warming up
Flashing amber = the projector is cooling down
On, red = STANDBY mode
On, green = the projector is switched on
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LIGHT STATUS POWER
Off = no problem
Flashing red = temperature error
TEMP.
TEMP.
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Remote Control Reference
1 2 3 Power ON/OFF
Turns the projector on and off.
To turn the projector off, press the
OFF button twice within five seconds.
Pic Mute OPEN / CLOSE
Shows and hides the projected image.
OSD ON / OFF
Enables and disables screen timeout
messages and showing the OSD
during projection.
OFF
ON
1
Pic Mute
2
OPEN
CLOSE
OSD
3
ON
OFF
MENU
DEFAULT
4
8
4 MENU
Access the projector OSD (on-screen
display). If the OSD is open, press
this button to go back to the previous
menu.
5 Navigation (arrows and OK)
Navigate through the menus with the
arrows, confirm your choice with OK.
In lens adjustment modes, the arrows
are used to move, zoom or focus the
lens. See 11 below.
In lens adjustment modes, or when
the OSD is not showing, the OK
button switches between modes:
Shift Adjustment and Zoom /
Focus Adjustment.
6 EXIT
Close the current OSD page and
return to the level above.
7 FREEZE
Freeze the current frame.
8 DEFAULT
Restore default settings.
9 INFO
Access information about the
projector.
5
OK
9
6
EXIT
INFO
FREEZE
RE-SYNC
7
10
LENS
FOCUS
ZOOM
IN
IN
SHIFT
OUT
OUT
USER PRESET
A
B
C
D
HDMI1
HDMI2
DVI
ALT
1
2
3
ALT
HDMI3
HDMI4 DisplayPort2
SDI
DisplayPort1 HD-T
ADDR
4
R
VGA
7
3D
5
G
COMP1
8
EYE
6
B
COMP2
9
PIP
ALL
TEST
0
SWAP
10 RE-SYNC
Re-synchronise with the current input
signal.
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11 12 Important Information
LENS adjustment
FOCUS IN / OUT: adjust focus.
SHIFT: press and hold this button,
then use the Navigation arrow
buttons to move the lens.
ZOOM IN / OUT: adjust zoom.
USER PRESET A, B, C, D
Load user presets.
15 HDMI 2 / HDMI 4 / numeric input 2
Select the HDMI 1 input.
Use with ALT to switch to the HDMI
4 input.
16 HDMI 1 / HDMI 3 / numeric input 1
Select the HDMI 1 input.
Use with ALT to switch to the HDMI
3 input.
17 TEST / SWAP / numeric input 0
Show a test pattern. Press again to
show the next test pattern:
...Off, White, Black, Red, Green,
Blue, Cyan, Yellow, Magenta,
Off...
LENS
ZOOM
IN
IN
11
SHIFT
OUT
Press and hold this button to
access alternative functions for all
buttons with a green label.
DVI / DisplayPort2 / numeric
input 3
There is no DVI input on this
projector.
Use with ALT to switch to the
DisplayPort 2 input.
INFO
RE-SYNC
FOCUS
13 ALT
14 EXIT
FREEZE
OUT
USER PRESET
12
A
B
C
D
HDMI1
HDMI2
DVI
ALT
1
2
3
ALT
HDMI3
HDMI4 DisplayPort2
SDI
DisplayPort1 HD-T
ADDR
4
5
6
R
VGA
G
COMP1
B
COMP2
ALL
TEST
7
8
9
0
3D
EYE
PIP
SWAP
13
14
15
16
17
FREEZE and RE-SYNC are not
available when the projector uses
input HDMI 3 or 4.
3D is only available on the HDMI 3
and 4 inputs.
This projector does not use the
following options on the remote:
DVI, VGA, COMP 1 and COMP 2.
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OUT
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18 DisplayPort1 /R/ numeric input 4
Select the DisplayPort 1 input.
19 HD-T /G/ numeric input 5
Select the HDBaseT input.
20 SDI /B/ numeric input 6
Select the 3G-SDI input.
21 VGA /3D/ numeric input 7
There is no VGA input on this
projector.
Use with ALT to toggle the 3D
Format setting between Off and
Auto.
22 COMP1 /EYE/ numeric input 8
There is no Component 1 input on
this projector.
Use with ALT to switch between left
and right eye 3D dominance.
23 COMP2 /PIP/ numeric input 9
There is no Component 1 input on
this projector.
24 ADDR / ALL
Assign and unassign an IR remote
address.
To assign an address:
OUT
Digital Projection E-Vision Laser 4K Series
USER PRESET
A
B
C
D
HDMI1
HDMI2
DVI
ALT
1
2
3
ALT
HDMI3
HDMI4 DisplayPort2
SDI
DisplayPort1 HD-T
ADDR
18
19
20
21
4
R
VGA
7
3D
5
G
COMP1
8
EYE
6
B
COMP2
9
PIP
24
ALL
TEST
0
SWAP
22
23
1.
Press and hold this button
until the indicator starts
flashing.
2. Release this button and while
the indicator is still flashing,
enter a two-digit address
using the numeric input
buttons. The indicator will
flash three times quickly to
confirm the change.
To unassign an address and
return to the default address 00,
•
Press and hold ALT and
this button simultaneously
until the indicator flashes to
confirm the change.
3D is only available on the HDMI 3
and 4 inputs.
This projector does not use the
following options on the remote:
DVI, VGA, COMP 1 and COMP 2.
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