DU9000 - Vivitek
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Index
Safety Notice
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Appearance
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Copyright
Disclaimer
About the Manual
Disposal of Old Electrical and Electronic Equipment
Important Recycling Instructions
Important Safety Guidelines
Installation and Use Notice
Introduction
Product Features
Packing Checklist
Projector Overview
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I/O Panel
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Keypad and LED
Keypad
Indicator LED
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Remote Control
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Installation of the Remote Control Battery
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Remote Control Operating Range
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Precautions For Installation
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Projector Installation and Setup
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Cautions on Ventilation
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Lens Shift
Vertical and Horizontal Lens Shift
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Connecting the Projector to Other Devices
Connecting to the Personal Computer
Connecting to the Video Equipment
Connecting to the Control Equipment
HDBaseT/LAN (Network Control)
RS-232 (RS-232c Control)
Wired Remote Control
3D Sync
Connecting to the Screen Trigger
Connecting to the External HDBaseT Transmitter
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Before Using the Projector
Remove Dust Cover Before Turning on Power
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Connecting to AC Power Supply
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AC Outlet
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Turn On
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Changing the OSD Language
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Adjusting the Projection Mode
Front Table
Rear Table
Front Ceiling
Rear Ceiling
Rear Tabletop
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Lens Shift
Vertical Lens Shift
Horizontal Lens Shift
Zoom In/Out
Focus
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Start Using the Projector-Operation
Select the Input Source
Select the Aspect Ratio
Use OSD
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OSD Menu Tree
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OSD Menu - Main Selection
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OSD Menu - MAIN
Aspect Ratio
Preset
Input Selection
3D Control
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OSD Menu - IMAGE
Picture Model
Brightness
Contrast
Saturation
Sharpness
Hue
Noise Reduction
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OSD Menu - ADVANCED IMAGE
Color Space
Gamma
Color Temperature
Dynamic Black
Adaptive Contrast
HSG
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OSD Menu - LAMP
Lamp Mode
Power
Lamp Select
High Altitude
Lamp 1/2 Status
Lamp 1/2 Run Time
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OSD Menu - ALIGNMENT
Lens Control
Center Lens
Warp
Blanking
Edge Blend
Test Pattern
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OSD Menu - Control
Language
OSD Setting
Blank Screen
Projection Mode
Auto Power Off
Auto Power On
Startup Splash
Trigger 1 & 2
Auto Source
Infrared Remote
Network
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OSD Menu - Service
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Lamp, Lens, Filter and Dim
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Replacing the Lamps
How to Replace the Projector Lamp
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Installing or Removing the Projection Lens
Remove Lens
Install Lens
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Replacing the Filter
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Outline Dimensions
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Supported Signal Input Timing
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3D Signal Input Mode& Timing
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Serial Interface RS-232 Command
Communication Parameter Setup
Operation Commands
List of Operation Commands
Simulated IR Remote Controller Commands
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Control the Projector Through a Network
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Cable Connection
Connect the Projector to a PC
Connect with an External Integrated Video and Control Signal Transmission Box
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Set Up the Projector for Networking
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Control the Projector Through a Network
Control the Projector Through a Web Browser
Control Projector with the PJLink Protocol
Control Projector with TCP/IP Communication Protocol
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Specificatons and Support
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Specifications
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Vivitek Support
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Copyright
The User's Manual (including all pictures, illustrations and software) is protected by the international copyright right law. All rights are reserved.
No duplication of the manual or any content included in the manual is allowed without the written consent of
the manufacturer.
©2014 Vivitek. Vivitek is a trademark of Delta Electronics, Inc. Other trademarks are the properties of their
respective owners.
Disclaimer
The information in the manual is subject to change without notice.
The manufacturer does not provide any statement or warranty of the contents in the manual and clearly
give up the implied warranties of merchantability and of fitness for a particular purpose. The manufacturer
reserves the rights to modify the publication and change the contents of the materials at any time without notice to any person.
About the Manual
The manual describes how to install and use the DLP projector and is applicable to the end-user. Relevant
information (such as illustrations and descriptions) is put on the same page as possible as we can. The format, easy for printing, is convenient for reading and paper-saving which is beneficial to environmental protection. It is suggested printing the page you need.
Disposal of Old Electrical and Electronic Equipment
The symbol on your product or the package represents that the product should not be treated as the
usual household waste when discarded but should be carried to the recycling location of the waste
electric and electronic equipment.The consequence on the environment and human health due
to the incorrect disposal of the product can be prevented when the product is properly discarded.
Material recycling is helpful to the protection of natural resources.The symbol is only valid in
European Union.If you want to discard electrical and electronic equipment, contact local authorities
or dealer for the correct method of disposal.
Important Recycling Instructions
The lamp of the product contains mercury. The product may contain other electronic wastes and
may pose risk if not discarded properly. Abide by the local, state/provincial or federal laws of recycling or discarding.
For more information, please visit the website and contact Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA) at
WWW.EIAE.ORG
Please visit WWW.LAMPRECYCLE.ORG for the specific disposal information of lamps.
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Important Safety Guidelines
Thank you for purchasing this high quality product!
Read the Manual carefully in order to obtain the best performance. The Manual provides instructions to use
the menus and implement operation.
Installation and Use Notice
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Read and keep the description properly.
Pay attention to all warnings.
Follow all guidelines and descriptions.
Do not put the equipment near water. Do not install the equipment near the thermal source, such as heater, radiator, furnace or other equipment that will generate heat (including the amplifier).
Use dry fabric to clean only.
Do not obstruct any vents. Carry out installation according to the guidelines of the Manufacturer.
Do not destroy the safety protection function of polarized or grounding plugs. A polarized plug has one
wide and one narrow blades. The grounding plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide
blade or grounding blade is provided for the safety concerns. If the plug provided does not match the
outlet, contact an electrician to replace the outmoded outlet.
Prevent the power cord from being treaded or pressed, especially the power cord on the plug, outlet and
the connection between the power cord and the equipment.
Only use the connectors/accessories designated by the Manufacturer.
Be careful when moving the trolley/equipment and avoid injury due to turning-over when using the trolley.
Unplug the power cord of the equipment if there is a thunderstorm or the equipment will not be used for a
long time.
The authorized maintenance personnel is responsible for all maintenance work. The equipment should
be repaired if damaged in any means.(For example, the power cord or outlet is damaged, liquids splash
to the equipment or foreign objects fall into the equipment. The equipment is exposed to rain or humidity.
The equipment cannot work functionally or falls.)
The packaging materials should be kept properly for the use of transportation.
Do not look straight at the lens when the projector is running.
The product can be used safely below the elevation of 3000 meters. There may be safety risk if the product is used above the elevation of 3000 meters.
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Introduction
The User's Manual describes the installation, setup and operation of DU9000 projector and provides assistance to the installers and end users to fully develop the performance of the projector.
Vivitek has made every efforts to ensure that the information in this Manual is correct at the time of printing.
The contents may be frequently updated due to the continuously product improvement and customer feedback. You can find the latest version of the Manual and the manual of other Vivitek products at www.vivitekcorp.com.
Product Features
Vivitek DU9000 has the cutting edge technique and creative dual-lamp optical engine to provide the native
high resolution as well as clear, brilliant and vivid pictures.
Main Characteristics and Advantages of the Product Series:
• The DLP system with the high performance digital micro mirror device (DMD) in conjunction with the advanced thermal management technology provides the excellent projecting performance and reliability.
• The advanced dual-lamp optical engine as well as single-lamp, dual-lamp, normal, energy-saving and
Custom Lamp Power mode offer the convenience for installation. The power of lamps can be adjusted in
the normal and energy-saving modes to make it easier for the installation personnel to fine-tune the edge
blending brightness of multiple projectors.
• With the lamp switching feature, the projector can automatically select the lamps less used when turned
on.
• The projector has the replaceable color wheel and smart color wheel switch design. It can automatically
detect and switch the parameter of corresponding color wheels and can be used in conjunction with the
color wheel of high brightness or beautiful hues. It is applicable to the single projector.
• The interchangeable lens design allows users change the suitable lens by pressing the Lens Release key
easily and quickly.
• With the complete series of motorized projection lenses, the horizontal shift, focusing and zooming of lenses can be electrically controlled. The throw ratio ranges from 0.84:1 to 4.0:1 is suitable to be used in most
applications.
• The mechanical shutter is built in the optical engine and allows the user to Blank/Freeze projection by
pressing a single key.
• The high performance video processor can be used in progressive and interlaced scanning of the video
inputs and video diagnosing.
• The complete input terminal support many input signals, such as HDMI, 3G/HD/SD SDI, HDBaseT, Component and VGA, etc.
• With the built-in HDBaseT signal reception, HDBaseT transmitter can send high quality video and control
signals through the single RJ45 cable.
• Many 3D display formats is supported, such as Top/Bottom, Side by Side and Frame Packing.
• The synchronization of DLP Link and 3D IR is supported with 3D Sync connector.
• With the high efficient power switch, the power consumption is less than 5W on stand-by mode.
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Packing Checklist
The following items are included in the DU9000 packaging. If any item is missing or damaged, please contact
your dealer or Vivitek customer service center.
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Power Cord (USA, Europe,China)
Remote
Battery (AAA)
User's Manual CD
Warranty Card (For China Only)
HDMI Cable
RHS Card (For China Only) *1
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Projector Overview
Vent
Heat is discharged from the projector via the vent. Make sure the vent is not blocked.
Intake/Filter Cover
The internal fan pulls cool air into the projector via the intake.
Adjustable Supporting Stand
When the projector is installed on a desk, these stands can be used to adjust the levelness of the projection
angle.
Power Socket
The power from the outlet on the wall is directed to the projector.
Power Switch
The switch is used to turn on or off AC power of the projector.
LED Indicator and Keypad
Use the buttons to select and adjust the settings of the projector or shows the status of the projector.
Lens Release Button
Push the Lens Release button to change the selected projector lens.
IR Window
The signal from the remote control can be received via the window.
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USB
HDBaseT/LAN
Connect to the RJ45 Cat5 Ethernet cable.
3D Sync Out
Connect to the 3D IR synchronization signal transmitter.
HDMI
Connect to HDMI source.
3G/HD/SD SDI
Connect to SDI source.
VGA
Provide the standard 15-pin VGA connection and can connect to RGB, HD Component or personal computer.
Component / Y/Pb/Rr
Connect BNC-type input terminal to the RGB or YPbPr/YCbCr output signal of video equipment.
RS-232
The 9-pin D-sub interface is used to connect to the PC control system and projector maintenance.
TRIGGER (Trigger)
The 3.5mm mini earphone jack provides 12V (+/-1.5) / 200mA Auto output for screen control.
USB
It is a port exclusively used for maintenance and only can be used by the authorized maintenance personnel.
WIRE (Wired Remote Control)
Connect to the input from the compatible IR transponder system and wired remote control.
Wire remote control
3.5mm mini jack
Tip -> Power
Ring -> Signal
Sleeve->Ground
Tip
Sleeve
Ring
Note: Please make sure the port for insertion is correct before the terminal of the wired remote control is inserted. The remote
control may be damaged if it’s inserted to the wrong port.
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Keypad and LED
INPUT
MENU
STBY
ENTER
IR RECEIVER
STAND BY
ON
ERROR
LED
STATUS
Keypad
STBY
Use STBY button to turn on/off the projector.
INPUT
Push INPUT button to select the video source. HDMI, SDI, VGA, Component / BNC or HDBaseT.
MENU
Push MENU button to display or hide the OSD menu.
ENTER
Use ENTER button to select settings or confirm the changed settings. Also push this button to enter and return to the OSD menu.
Indicator LED
Status
Yellow (Standby)
Blue (Power)
Red (Error)
Standby
Cooling / Warm up
Power on / Normal
Lamp Fail
Lamp Door Open
Fan Fail
Over Temperature
System Error
Repeat
Repeat
Repeat
Repeat
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Remote Control
ON
Use this button to turn on the projector.
OFF
Use this button to turn off the projector.
FOCUS
Adjust the focus of the projected
images.
ZOOM
Zoom in/out the projected images.
TEST PATTERN
Use this button to display the test
image. Press to switch to the next
test image and press the RETURN
button to return to the projected
image.
LENS SHIFT
Use this button to shift the lens to
the right, left, top or down.
ENTER
Use this button to select settings
or confirm the changed settings.
MENU
Press the button to display or hide
the previous level or OSD menu.
Return
Press this button to return to the
menu on the exit the OSD menu.
INPUT
Press this button to select the
input source.
PICTURE
Start to adjust the image.
NETWORK
Press this button to enter the LAN
menu.
AUTO SYNC
Press this button to carry out automatic signal synchronization.
ASPECT
Press this button repeatedly to
select the proportion for the next
screen.
BLANK
Press this button to temporarily interrupt the projection.
OVERSCAN
Press this button to select the overscan mode.
FREEZE
Freeze/unfreeze the projected image.
LAMP MODE
Press this button to select dual
lamp, Lamp 1 Lamp 2 or Single.
3D MODE
Display the 3D settings menu.
INFO.
Display the Projector message.
LIGHT
Not available for this model.
Remote Control Instructions
Reflection may be affected by the environment under some circumstances. Aim the remote control at the project to try again if it
happens. Replace batteries with new ones if the effective distance of the remote control is decreased or the remote control does not
work.
When the terminal of the remote control cable is inserted to the wired control terminal of the projector, the projector will
automatically switch to the wired control mode and cannot be controlled through the IR signal of the remote control. Disconnect
the wired control terminal on the projector if you want to control through the IR signal of the remote control.
Pay attention to the installation environment because the signal may not work due to interference if the IR remote sensor is
exposed to the bright sunlight or fluorescence.
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Installation of the Remote Control Battery
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1. Slide the battery cover in the direction of the arrow.
2. Place two AA batteries with the correct polarity.
3. Slide the cover back.
Battery installation instructions
• Make sure that batteries are installed with the correct polarity.
• Do not use old and new batteries or mix different types of batteries together.
• Remove the batteries if the remote control will not be used for a long time to prevent. The damage caused by battery leakage.
Remote Control Operating Range
10m
±30°
±30°
10m
Note: Avoid exposing the remote control to a high temperature or humidity environment; otherwise, it could cause the remote
control to malfunction.
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Precautions For installation
Precautions For Installation
The high quality display effect can be guaranteed only when the projector is correctly installed. Generally, the
light source facing the screen should be reduced or eliminated as much as possible. The contrast of images
will be obviously reduced if the light such as the beam from glass window or searchlight directly shines on
the screen. Images may appear faded and less vibrant.
Projector Installation and Setup
There are 6 fixture screw holes at the bottom of projector for ceiling mounting. The available installation options are as below.
Front: Install the projector on the table and project the image forward.
Rear: Install the projector on the table and project the image from rear.
Ceiling + Front: Mounting the projector on the ceiling and project the image forward.
Ceiling + Rear: Mounting the projector on the ceiling and project the image from rear.
6 fixture screw for ceiling mount
The screw is M6*17mm
Note: The maximum length of screws is 18mm.
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Cautions on Ventilation
This product is a high-brightness projector. The intakes with filters are located on the front and right sides to
provide sufficient air cooling function. The projector has two vents on the back for cool air discharging. Make
sure the intake and vent are unobstructed when the projector is being installed. At least 50cm around the intake and 70cm around the vent should be clear.
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• If the installation distance is not enough, the projector may enter the system protection mode due to the rising ambient
temperature after running for a while. Then, projection may be interrupted.
• The service life of components or lamps may be reduced due to the high temperature around the projector.
• If the projector has to be installed in a box or a closed environment, the external intake and vent system should be designed
additionally to ensure that there is enough air for cooling or the projector will not be surrounded by heat.
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Lens Shift
The DU9000 projector has lens shift feature so the image can be vertically shifted without moving the
projector.
The lens shift bit is shown in the percentage of the screen height. The projector installed on the desk can
move up and down.
Vertical and Horizontal Lens Shift
The projector installed on the desk can move up and down.
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Lens Type
Ultra Wide Angle
Throw Ratio
0.84 ~ 1.03
Lens model name
D98-0810
Focus (Optical)
1.5 ~ 4.0
Brightness(Tyical/Target)
100%
Motorized Zoom/Focus
Zoom: 1.22x
Vertical Lens [email protected] Shift
±37.5%
is 0%
Horizontal Lens [email protected]
±12.5%
Shift is 0%
Vertical:
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Short Throw Lens
1.56 ~ 1.86
D98-1518
2~7
95%
Zoom: 1.19x
C
Standard Lens
1.85 ~ 2.40
D98-1824
2.5 ~ 9
100%
Zoom: 1.3x
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Long Throw
2.40 ~ 4.0
D98-2440
4 ~ 12
100%
Zoom: 1.67x
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±50%
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Connecting the Projector to Other Devices
Follow the instructions below to connect the DU9000 projector to the video source, external control equipment (if any) and AC power supply. When connecting to the equipment, use the correct signal cable to connect to every signal source and ensure that the cable is securely connected. Fasten the nut on the joint and
connect the signal source equipment to the projector according to the figure below.
Connecting to the Personal Computer
You can connect PC signal to the projector through the HDBaseT, HDMI, and RGB (BNC) cable. If the signal
to be input is VGA signal, connect the VGA cable to the external display of the projected screen.
USB
Connecting to the Video Equipment
Connect the video equipment to the input port of the projector via the HDBaseT, HDMI, and Component
Video Connector cable.
Connecting to the Control Equipment
The projector has the following control ports for connecting to the control equipment:
HDBaseT/LAN (Network Control)
The projector supports network control. LAN and HDBaseT share the same port. If only network control is
used, you can connect the LAN on the projector to PC or through the local network. Refer to the remote control guidelines for detailed information.
RS-232 (RS-232c Control)
The projector supports RS-232c serial control. The projector can be remote-controlled by connecting the projector to PC or control system through the standard 9-pin serial cable (Straight through Serial Cable). Refer
to the remote control guidelines for detailed information.
Wired Remote Control
If the projector cannot receive the IR signal from the remote control due to the overly long distance or obstacles, you can connect the cable to the IR remote control or the external IR transmitter (optional) via the
WIRE input port to expand the working range of the remote control.
3D Sync
3D sync signal output for IR transmitter.
Note: • When the terminal of the remote control cable is inserted to the wired control terminal of the projector, the projector will
automatically switch to the wired control mode and cannot be controlled through the IR signal of the remote control. Disconnect
the wired control terminal on the projector if you want to control through the IR signal of the remote control. • If the wired remote control cable or the external IR transmitter is inserted to the incorrect port, such as Trigger, the remote control or the IR
transmitter may be damaged.
Please do not plug IR remote into 12V trigger.
Make sure whether the port is correct before insertion.
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Connecting to the Screen Trigger
If your projection system includes the Electric projection screen and other 12V trigger device, you can connect these devices to the 12V trigger to output and configure the output 12V signal settings, such as automation and the aspect ration of 16:10 through OSD control to Trigger. The projector will output 12V signals
according to the current settings of the aspect ratio and trigger when turned on. You can use the signal to
control the screen or device.
Connecting to the External HDBaseT Transmitter
The projector has a built-in HDBaseT signal receiver. With the HDBaseT Transmitter (optional), the video,
RS-232 and LAN signals can be sent to the projector via a single RJ-45 cable. If the HDBaseT Transmitter
you purchased supports the input and output of the IR remote control, the control signals from the IR remote
control can't be sent to the DU9000 projector via the RJ-45 cable.
Note:
The projector supports the video signal only, RS-232 and IR remote control are not supported. The reception of the network control signals is also supported.
This projector do not support Power over Ethernet (PoE).
If the Video content is sent via the HDBaseT transmitter, the longest transmission distance is 100 meters.
The projection may be interrupted, interfered, or the control signal cannot be sent if the transmission distance is exceeded.
Use the RJ-45 Cat5e cable and avoid entwining. Entwining may cause damage like interference of signal transmission, reduced
transmission distance and degraded image quality.
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Before Using the Projector
Remove Dust Cover Before Turning on Power
Remove this plastic cover before turning on power and installing Lens.
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Connecting to AC Power Supply
There are three AC power cords included in the box.
Before plug the power cord, please choose the compliant power cord for the AC Voltage in you region.
The fuse is different from 110V and 220V, please switch before you plug power cord.
Plug the power cord to AC socket (AC100V- 240V, please make sure the fuse is in correct Voltage) on the
side of the projector and plug another end of the AC power cord to the AC outlet.
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AC Outlet
USA
Europe
China
• Caution:
Ensure that the power net meets the power requirements of the projector.
• Warning:
Do not attempt operation if the AC supply and cord are not within the specified voltage and
power range.
• Caution:
Once the projector is switched to standby, the lamp cooling fans will continue to run for approximately
five minutes to ensure that the projector and lamp have sufficiently cooled, at which point the
fans will automatically decrease to standby. To avoid thermal stress that can lead to premature lamp
failure, never unplug the power cord while the lamp cooling fans are running. Never unplug the power
cord to power down the projector, first switch off the power switch and then unplug the power cord.
Make sure the power system (including the projector and power supply system) is properly grounded before connecting to the AC
power. The projector may be damaged without the grounding circuit.
This is a high-brightness and high-watt projector. Do not modify the AC power cord or replace the power cord arbitrarily to avoid
causing damages to the projector or safety problems.
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Turn On
Press ON on the remote control or STBY on the projector. The power and lamp LED indicator flashes blue to
show warm-up.
When the power and lamp LED indicator lights are blue and the projector light is turned on, this mean that
the projector is ready for use. Refer to Page 9 [Indicator LED] if the LED indicator flashes red. Please
contact the Vivitek licensed dealer if the problem cannot be solved.
Changing the OSD Language
The projector can display English and Simplified Chinese menus. Press MENU to show OSD and press ▲▼
to select control items. Press ▲▼ to select language you want to use. Press Enter to confirm the selection.
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Adjusting the Projection Mode
The projection mode has influence on the direction of the projected image and cooling. The projection mode
option can be used to change the direction of the projected screen and the cooling fan speed to ensure that
the projector is properly cooled. The improper projection mode settings may trigger over heating or reduce
the service life of lamps and elements. Please make sure the correct projection mode is set when installing
the projector.
Press the MENU button on the remote control or the control panel to bring up OSD and set the projection
mode, Select CONTROL → Projection Mode
Front Table
Installed on the desk and the projection screen will be shown in the normal direction.
Rear Table
Installed on the desk. The image will be projected from behind the screen and the projected image will be
overturned.
Front Ceiling
Ceiling mounted. The image will be projected from the front of the screen and will be overturned on 180 degree. The cooling fan speed will be adjusted.
Rear Ceiling
Ceiling mounted. The image will be projected from behind the screen and the projected image will be overturned on 180 degree. The cooling fan speed will be adjusted.
Rear Tabletop
The projector is installed upwards and the image is projected upwards. The cooling fan speed will be adjusted.
Lens Shift
The projector has the features to control the screen size, location and focus. Press the Lens Shift button on
the Keypad or the remote control to shift zoom in/out or focus on the projected image.
When you need to operate the Lens Shift, Zoom or Focus from the Keypad, please use Enter key and it will
bring up the OSD for lens shift adjustment. Then again press the Enter key on the OSD Menu to Zoom and
Focus.
Press Lens shift Key on remote for direct control.
Vertical Lens Shift
Press ▲▼ to move upward or downward to adjust the projected image vertically.
Horizontal Lens Shift
Press ◄► to move to the right or left to adjust the projected image horizontally.
Zoom In/Out
Press ZOOM+/ ZOOM- key to enlarge (zoom in) or reduce (zoom out) the projected image size.
Focus
Press FOCUS+/ FOCUS- key on the control panel to make the image clear.
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Start Using the Projector-Operation
Select the Input Source
Press the INPUT Source button on the remote control to select the input source.
Select the Aspect Ratio
Press ASPECT to adjust the aspect ratio of the image.
Use OSD
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4.
Press the MENU button on the remote control or the control panel to show the OSD main menu.
Press ◄ or ► to select the sub-menu.
Press ▲ or ▼ to select the item of the sub-menu.
The selected item will be highlighted, press ▲ or ▼ to select the settings of the item and press ENTER
or the ENTER on the control panel to adjust the value of the item.
5. Press MENU to return to the previous menu.
6. Press MENU in the main menu or RETURN to close the OSD menu.
OSD Menu Tree
1st Layer
2nd Layer
Aspect Ratio
Presets
Overscan
MAIN
3D Control
Input Select
IMAGE
Resync
Picture Mode
Brightness
Contrast
Saturation
Hue
Sharpness
Noise Reduction
3rd Layer
Selections
16:9 /LetterBox / 4:3 / 4:3 Narrow / 16:10
/ 5:4 / Native
Preset A/ Preset B / Preset C / Preset D /
Recall Preset
Default
Save Preset
Preset A/ Preset B / Preset C / Preset D
Off / Crop / Zoom
Off / Auto / Side by Side (Half) / Top and
3D Format
Bottom /Dual Channel
DLP Link
Off / On
3D Swap
Normal / Reverse
Dark Time
1ms / 1.5ms / 2ms / 2.5ms
Sync Delay
0~200
1080p24 3D Display 96Hz / 144Hz
HDMI1 / HDMI2 / VGA / COMP1 /
COMP2 /SDI / HDBaseT / SDI
Bright / Presentation / Video
0 ~ 200
0 ~ 200
0 ~ 200
0 ~ 200
0
0
Factory
Reset
16:10
Off
Auto
Off
Normal
2ms
100
96Hz
HDMI1
Bright
100
100
100
100
0
0
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1st Layer
2nd Layer
3rd Layer
RGB Adjust
ADVANCED
Fine Sync
HSG
Red Gain
Green Gain
Blue Gain
Red Offset
Green Offset
Blue Offset
H Position
V Position
Phase
Tracking
Sync Level
HSG
Red
Green
Blue
Cyan
Magenta
Yellow
White
Reset
LAMPS
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Factory
Reset
Auto / REC709 / REC601/ RGB PC /
Auto
RGB Video
1.0 / 1.8 / 2.0 / 2.2 / 2.35 / 2.5 / S-Curve 2.2
Color Space
Gamma
Color
Temperature
Dynamic
Contrast
Adaptive
Contrast
Selections
Lamp Mode
Power
Lamp Select
High Altitude
Lamp1/2 Status
Lamp1/2 Run Time
5500K / 6500K / 7500K / 9300K / Native
Native
Off / On
off
Off / On
Off
0 ~ 200
100
0 ~ 200
100
Off / On
off
HUE (0~200)
Saturation (0~200)
Gain (0~200)
100
Red Gain (0~200) / Green Gain (0~200)
Blue Gain (0~200)
Eco / Normal / Power
0~20 (77%~100%)
Single / Dual / Lamp1 / Lamp2
Off / On
Power
92%
Dual
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2nd Layer
Lens Control
Center Lens
Warp
Blanking
ALIGNMENT
Edge Blend
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3rd Layer
Selections
Factory
Reset
Horizontal Keystone
Vertical Keystone
Rotation
Pincushion / Barrel
Top Left corner
Top Right corner
Bottom Left corner
Bottom Right corner
Reset
Top
Bottom
Left
Right
Reset
Status <On/Off>
White Level
Top
Bottom
Left
Right
Black Level
Top
Bottom
Left
Right
ALL
<
>
RED
< 0 >
GREEN < 0 >
BLUE
< 0 >
-350 ~ 350
-200 ~ 200
-20 ~ 20
-100 ~ 100
X: +/- 192, Y +/- 120
X: +/- 192, Y +/- 120
X: +/- 192, Y +/- 120
X: +/- 192, Y +/- 120
reset all warp item to defaults
0 ~ 360
0 ~ 360
0 ~ 534
0 ~ 534
reset all blanking item to defaults
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0~500
0~500
0~800
0~800
200
200
200
200
0~32
0~32
0~32
0~32
0~32
0~32
0~32
0~32
reset all Edge Blending White and Black
level to defaults
White / Black / Red / Green / Blue /
ChessBoard / CrossHatch / V Burst / H
Burst / ColorBar
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reset
Test Patterns
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1st Layer
2nd Layer
3rd Layer
Language
Menu Position
OSD Settings
Blank Screen
Menu Transparency
Time Out
Message Box
Projection Mode
CONTROL
Auto Power Off
Auto Power On
Startup Splash
Trigger-1
Trigger-2
Auto Source
Infrared Remote
Network
SERVICE
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Model Name
Serial Number
Software
Version 1
Software
Version 2
FPGA Version
Active Source
Signal Format
(Timing Info)
Lamp1 Run
Time
Lamp2 Run
Time
Factory Reset
Standby Power
DHCP
IP
Subnet Mask
Gateway
DNS
Apply Settings
Selections
English / 簡中 / Korean
Top Left / Top Right / Bottom Left /
Bottom Right / Center
0% / 25% / 50% / 75%
Always On / 10 Seconds / 30 Seconds /
60 Seconds
Off / On
Splash / Black / Blue / White
Front Tabletop / Front Ceiling / Rear
Tabletop / Rear Ceiling
Off / On
Off / On
Off / On
Screen / 16:9 /LetterBox / 4:3 / 4:3
Narrow / RS232
Screen / 16:9 /LetterBox / 4:3 / 4:3
Narrow / RS232
Off / On
Off / On
Off / On
Off / On
XXX.XXX.X.X
XXX.XXX.XXX.X
X.X.X.X
X.X.X.X
Factory
Reset
Center
0%
30s
On
Splash
Front
Tabletop
Off
Off
On
Screen
16:9
Off
On
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OSD Menu - Main Selection
OSD Menu - MAIN
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Aspect Ratio
This function allows the user to adjust the aspect ratio of the image.
With a normal input of 16:10, the aspect ratio:
16:9 /LetterBox / 4:3 / 4:3 Narrow / 16:10 / 5:4 / Native
Output aspect ratio
5:4
Output aspect ratio
4:3
Output aspect ratio
16:9
Output aspect ratio
4:3 Narrow
Output aspect ratio
Letterbox
Output aspect ratio
Native
Native input
16:10
Cropped portion of the image
Output aspect ratio Output aspect ratio Output aspect ratio
5:4
4:3
16:9
Native input
4:3
Output aspect ratio Output aspect ratio Output aspect ratio
4:3 Narrow
Letterbox
Native
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Preset
There are 10 display modes, 6 preset and 4 user assigned, that can be used to adjust the display. Preset
modes include: Picture/Brightness/Contrast/Saturation/Hue/Sharpness. The user assigned modes are assigned by the user and memorized by the system.
Input Selection
This function is same as the shortcut key on the remote control. You can use the remote control or this function to select the correct input source.
HDMI
HDMI input from PC or media equipment.
SDI
SDI input from PC or media equipment.
VGA
RGB signal from PC.
Component / BNC
Analog interface in media equipment.
HDBaseT
HDBaseT output of PC, media equipment or HDbaseT transmitter.
Resync
You can use this function to set auto synchronization for the input signal.
3D Control
Set the 3D format and sync method. The projector detects the type of the connected input signal and
provides relevant options for setting. The unavailable option is displayed using light green texts. Before performing 3D setting, make sure that the input signal is connected. When there's no input signal, no 3D setting
shall be performed.
3D Format
Select this option and press the Enter button to enable 3D replay and set 3D option.
• Off
Turn off the 3D Display Mode. When Auto, Side by Side, Top/Bottom or Frame Sequential is selected, the
3D Mode will be turned on. To turn off the 3D Mode, select "Off" and press the Enter button.
• Auto
Enable the 3D format to automatically detect the formats of Frame Packing, Top/Bottom and Side by Side.
This function may only be enabled for the input signal below:
The input signal is HDMI 1.4a 3D.
The HDMI 1.4a 3D signal connects to the projector through the HDBaseT transmitter.
• Side by Side(Half)
Manually switch the 3D Format to Side by Side. This option is only applicable to the HDMI input signal or
the HDMI signal sent by using the HDBaseT transmitter.
• Top/Bottom: Manually switch the 3D Format to Top/Bottom. This option is only applicable to the
HDMI input signal or the aforementioned signal sent through the HDMior HDBaseT transmitter.
DLP Link
Set to activate or deactivate the DLP Link sync.
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3D Swap
If the 3D imaged viewed through the 3D glasses for the left and right eyes are inverse, set the 3D Swap to
"Inverse". If the images are normal, keep the current setting as Normal.
Dark Time
Manually switch the Dark time for glasses tolerance.
Sync Delay
Manually switch the sync delay for glasses tolerance.
1080P 24 3D Display
Set the 3D 24Hz image frame rate to 96fps or 144fps.This option is only applicable when the input signal is
24Hz.
Note:
The projector provides DLP Link and 3D IR sync. After the 3D Mode is enabled, the built-in DLP Link or external 3D IR transmitter can be used to synchronize the signal of the 3D glasses. Or, you may turn off the DLP Link sync signal and only select the
external 3D IR transmitter to synchronize the 3D signal.
Important reminders:
The people listed below should be aware when watching 3D images: Children under six years in age
People who are allergic to light, unhealthy and have the history of cardiovascular diseases
People who are tired or lack of sleep
People who are under the impact of drug or alcohol
Normally, it's safe to watch 3D images. However, some people might feel uncomfortable. Refer to the guidelines revised and released by the 3D League on December 10, 2008.People who watch 3D images need to take a break for at least 5 to 15 minutes
every thirty minutes or one hour
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OSD Menu - IMAGE
Picture Model
Use ◄► to select a picture model.
Bright: The highest brightness output mode is suitable for the occasion where high brightness is needed.
Presentation: The best image effect is suitable for the presentation or picture.
Video: The best color mode is suitable for playing video.
Brightness
Use ◄► to increase or decrease the brightness of the image.
Contrast
Use ◄► to adjust the contrast of the projected image.
Note
The brightness and contrast controls affect each other. To obtain the best setting, fine-tune of the brightness setting might be
needed after adjustment of the contrast.
Saturation
Use ◄► to adjust the saturation level of the color (the higher the level, the higher the saturation).
Sharpness
Use ◄► to adjust the sharpness. The purpose of this adjustment is to change the value of the high-frequency detail.
Hue
Use ◄► to adjust the level of hue for reproduction of the true color.
Noise Reduction
Use ◄► to adjust the noise of the projected image. This function is suitable for removing the noise of the image in interlaced scanning input. Generally, noise reduction can lower the value of the high-frequency detail
and make the image softer.
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OSD Menu - ADVANCED IMAGE
Color Space
This function allows you to change the corresponding color space for the input signal. In most cases, the
correct color space can be selected automatically by Auto mode. If the selection is not correct, you can use a
specific color space forcibly by selecting one of the following options:
• Auto
The projector detects the input signal and switches to the corresponding color space automatically.
• REC601
Set the color space to ITU-R BT.601.
• REC709
Set the color space to ITU-R BT.709.
• RGB-PC
Use the RGB color space and set the black to 0, 0, 0 RGB while set the white to 255, 255, 255 RGB (if an
8-bit image is used).
• RGB-Video: Use the RGB color space and set the black to 16, 16, and 16 RGB while set the white to 235,
235, 235 (if an 8-bit image is used) to correspond to the luminance value defined in the digital component
standard.
Gamma
When the ambient light is too bright and may affect the display of the details in the darker area of the image,
you can select from the following gamma options to adjust the chrominance of the image.
Optional Gamma table : 1.0 / 1.8 / 2.0 / 2.2 / 2.35 / 2.5 / S-Curve
Color Temperature
Use ◄► to adjust the color temp of the projected image.
Dynamic Black
Use the ◄► function to turn on/off Dynamic Black.
Adaptive Contrast
Use ◄► to enable and disable the adaptive contrast function.
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Fine Sync
Adjust the sync of signal to get proper display on screen.
• H and V Position : Adjust horizontal and vertical position of image if not at center.
• Phase : Adjust the phase of signal sampling clock if noise is visible.
• Tracking : Adjust the frequency of signal sampling clock if flicker or vertical banding visible on screen.
• Sync Level : Adjust the voltage level of signal if projector loss sync during scenes where the signal drops
below black.
HSG
Provide the capability to define custom color Gamut by setting Hue, Saturation and Gain.
• on – enable HSG adjust function
• Off - disable HSG adjust function.
• Red : Adjust Hue, Saturation and Gain of Red color.
• Green : Adjust Hue, Saturation and Gain of Green color.
• Blue : Adjust Hue, Saturation and Gain of Blue color.
• Cyan : Adjust Hue, Saturation and Gain of Cyan color.
• Magenta : Adjust Hue, Saturation and Gain of Magenta color.
• Yellow : Adjust Hue, Saturation and Gain of Yellow color.
• White : Adjust White Gain of Red, Green and Blue color.
• Reset : Reset all the setting of HSG to default value.
OSD Menu - LAMP
Lamp Mode
Use the ◄► button to select the ECO, Normal or Custom Power Level mode.
• Normal
Projection is carried out using the normal lamp power to obtain the brightest projection display.
• ECO
Projection is carried out in the energy saving mode to ensure the longest service life of the lamp.
• Power
Use the ◄► button to select the Custom Power Level. The projector allows a custom power level equal to
77%~100% of the lamp power in the Normal mode. This function is available only when the lamp power is
set to Custom Power Level. It cannot be selected (highlighted) in the Normal or ECO mode.
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Power
User can select custom power % of lamp.
Lamp Select
Use the ◄► button to select the single-lamp or dual-lamp mode.
• Dual
Enable the dual-lamp projection mode.
• Lamp 1
Use Lamp 1 for projection. The system switches to Lamp 2 if Lamp 1 is abnormal in activation.
• Lamp 2
Use Lamp 2 for projection. The system switches to Lamp 1 if Lamp 2 is abnormal in activation.
• Single: Use the single-lamp mode for the projection. The lamp is not specified in this mode, the projector
selects the lamp that has the least operation hours automatically whenever it is turned on.
Note
1. In the Lamp 1 or Lamp 2 mode, the projector will switch to another lamp when the set lamp becomes abnormal. The corresponding LED indicator of the lamp will flash simultaneously for seconds and light up. 2. When the lamp mode is set to Single, the
setting will become valid upon turn-on of the projector next time. 3. Quick switch of the lamp mode may affect the life of the lamp.
The projector will disable the lamp mode function (highlighted) every time when a switch is conducted till the switch of the lamp
mode is completed. The lamp mode options will not be available before the switch of the lamp mode is completed.
High Altitude
Use this function to control the cooling fan of the projector. You can set it to OFF or ON, the default setting is
OFF.
keystone, the projector can operate normally when this function is set to OFF. The projector detects ambient
temperature by default to regulate the cooling fan speed. When the temperature rises, the cooling fan speeds
up (with higher noise) to exhaust the internal heat energy out of the projector and ensure its normal operation. However, the projector may turn off automatically if it is used in an environment at excessively high
temperature or in an area at a high altitude. In this case, you can enable this function by setting it to ON and
have the cooling fan operate at a higher speed to control the internal temperature of the projector.
Lamp 1/2 Status
This is status of lamp turn on or not.
Lamp 1/2 Run Time
Total lamp used hours of Lamp1 or Lamp2.
OSD Menu - ALIGNMENT
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Lens Control
Select this function to open the Lens Control menu for adjustment of Zoom, Focus or Shift. You can use the
Enter button to switch the Zoom/Focus or Shift menu. Use ◄► to adjust zooming and horizontal shift of the
lens, or use ▲▼ to adjust focusing and vertical shift of the lens.
Center Lens
This is the lens calibration function. The projector adjusts the lens parameters for the lens memory function
to work and sets the lens to the default center position.
Warp
• Keystone
Adjust the keystone of the projected picture.
Keystone
Adjust
• Rotation
Adjust the Rotation of the projected picture.
Rotation
Adjust
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• Pincushion/Barrel
Adjust the Pincushion / Barrel of the projected picture.
Pincushion
Adjust
Barrel
Adjust
• Top Left Corner
Adjust the Top left corner of the projected picture
Top Left Corner
Adjust
• Top Right Corner
Adjust the Top right corner of the projected picture
Top Right Corner
Adjust
• Bottom Left Corner
Adjust the bottom left corner of the projected picture
Bottom Left
Corner Adjust
• Bottom Right Corner
Adjust the bottom right corner of the projected picture
Bottom Right
Corner Adjust
Blanking
Use this function to adjust the edges of the image and hide unwanted sections of the screen.
• TOP
Press◄► on the remote control to adjust the top blanking area on the projected image.
• Bottom
Press ◄► on the remote control to adjust the bottom blanking area on the projected image.
• Left
Press◄► on the remote control to adjust the left blanking area on the projected image.
• Right
Press◄► on the remote control to adjust the right blanking area on the projected image.
• Reset
It will reset all the blanking functions to the default settings that is without any blanking functions enabled.
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Edge Blend
Edge blend function requires multiple projectors simultaneously displaying on the same screen. Use this to
adjust the uniformity of the images.
To use this function, Edge Blending must be enabled on both projectors.
Status On/Off To enable or Disable Edge Blend function.
• White Level
White Level is used to compensate for the lack of pure white output from projectors, due to light leaking
to the projection screen. When projecting White , the hot area where the two images overlap project twice
the projectors' white output levels.
The solution is to adjust the White Level. First make sure that the units connected to the projectors are
outputting black. Then increase the White Level (Top, Bottom, Left, Right) until the non-overlap area's
brightness matches the overlap area.
To adjust White Level
1. Press Menu to activate menu
2. Press ◄► to select Alignment and press Enter.
3. Press ◄► to select Edge Blend and press Enter.
4. Press ◄► to select White Level and press Enter.
5. Adjust the black level in zone A by setting the Selected Area (Top, Bottom, Left, Right) to match the
black levels in zones B and C. You can also use Adjust (All, Red, Green, Blue) to set all primary colors.
• Black Level
Black Level is used to compensate for the lack of pure black output from projectors, due to light leaking to
the projection screen. When projecting black , the hot area where the two images overlap project twice the
projectors' black output levels.
The solution is to adjust the Black Level. First make sure that the units connected to the projectors are outputting black. Then increase the Black Level (Top, Bottom, Left, Right) until the non-overlap area's brightness matches the overlap area.
To adjust Black Level
1. Press Menu to activate menu
2. Press ◄► to select Alignment and press Enter.
3. Press ◄► to select Edge Blend and press Enter.
4. Press ◄► to select Black Level and press Enter.
5. Adjust the black level in zone A by setting the Selected Area (Top, Bottom, Left, Right) to match the
black levels in zones B and C. You can also use Adjust (All, Red, Green, Blue) to set all primary colors.
Note:
*Four corners, black level uplift adjustment function is not available.
*Corner blending, black level uplift adjustment function is not available.
Test Pattern
The built-in image is provided for installation and adjustment. You can select Test Pattern on OSD or the
TEST PATTERN button on the remote control to display the test pattern. Press the button again to display
the next test pattern or press the RETURN button to exit the test pattern.
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OSD Menu - Control
Language
Select the OSD language English or Simplified Chinese.
OSD Setting
1. Menu Position
Select the OSD pop up position.
2. Menu Transparency
Setting the OSD transparency 0%, 25%, 50%,
75%
3. Time Out
Select OSD display timing. Such as Always
On(press menu button on Remote control or keypad to hide the OSD), 10 Seconds, 30 Seconds
and 60 Seconds.
4. Message Box
Select ON or OFF.
Top
Left
Center
Top
Right
Bottom
Left
Bottom
Right
100%
25%
0%
75%
50%
Blank Screen
Use the ◄► button to select Screen display under no signal status.
Projection Mode
Use the ◄► button to select a projection mode: Front, Rear, Ceiling + Front, Ceiling + Rear
Refer to Page 20 [Adjusting the Projection Mode]
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Auto Power Off
This function is set to OFF by default. When it is set to ON and no input signal is received within 20 minutes,
the projector will turn off automatically.
Auto Power On
This function is set to OFF by default. When it is set to ON and connected to an AC power source the projector will turn on automatically. When you plug the power cable of the projector in an AC socket attached with a
switch, you can use this function and the power switch (instead of the remote control) to turn on the projector.
Set this function to OFF if you do not need to use it.
Startup Splash
Use the ◄► button to turn on/off the Startup Logo. You can choose Splash, Black, Blue or White from OSD.
Default setting is: Splash
Trigger 1 & 2
The projector is provided with a set of trigger output. When automatic screen equipment is available, connect
it to the screen trigger of the projector by using the cable. The screen automatically turns on when the projector is powered on. There is a 2-3 second delay before this function is activated.
Screen: When the Screen aspect ratio is selected, the trigger outputs 12V power.
16:9: When the 16:9 aspect ratio is selected, the trigger outputs 12V power.
Letterbox:
When the aspect ratio having the letterbox shape is selected, the trigger outputs 12V power.
4:3:
When the 4:3 aspect ratio is selected, the trigger outputs 12V power.
4:3 Narrow:
When the 4:3 Narrow aspect ratio is selected, the trigger outputs 12V power.
RS232: When the RS232 aspect ratio is selected, the trigger outputs 12V power.
Auto Source
Use the ◄► button to turn on/off Auto source Search
Infrared Remote
Use the ◄► button to turn on/off Infrared Remote function.
Network
Use this function to set up network configurations so that you can control the projector via the network.
Use ▲▼ and the Enter button to select Network and network settings:
• DHCP
Set DHCP to ON/OFF. When DHCP is set to ON, the DHCP server of the domain will assign an IP address
to the projector. The IP address will appear in the IP address window and you don't need to make any
input. Otherwise, the domain does not or cannot assign any IP address, and 0.0.0.0 is shown on the IP
address window.
• IP Address
To specify an IP address, press the Enter button to show the IP address input window. Use the ◄► button
to select the number in the address to change. Use the ▲▼ button to increase or decrease the number in
the IP address. Network IP Address 172 . xxx . xxx . xxx
• Submask
Set the submask. The input method is same as the IP address.
• Gateway
Set the gateway. The input method is same as the IP address.
• DNS
Set the DNS. The input method is same as the IP address
• Apply Setting
Apply all the setting to memory if changed.
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OSD Menu - Service
The functions of the projector are related to the display of some basic information of the projector.
Model: Projector model name.
Serial Number: Projector serial number.
Software Version1&2: The version of the software installed in the projector.
FPGA Version: The version of the Software installed in the projector.
Active Source: Display the current source.
Signal Format: Display the format of the current input signal.
(Time Info): Display the H/V refresh rate of the current image.
Lamp 1 Time: Display the using hours of Lamp 1.
Lamp 2 Time: Display the using hours of Lamp 2.
Factory Reset: Use this function to restore the configuration of the menu to the factory default setting.All of
the user setting options of the projector will be deleted and restored to the factory default settings.
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Replacing the Lamps
Depending on the lamp model, the lamp life is affected by the installation method and frequency of the lamp
on/off operation. It is suggested to replace the projector lamp when it has been used for approximately 1500
hours to ensure high projection quality. In the OSD Menu, you can check the lamp using time from the "OSD
Menu - Service". You should replace the lamp when the projected image is obviously darkened. Contact your
local dealer to purchase the authorized new lamp that suits to your projector.
Note: • Purchase the lamp module produced by Vivitek. Using the lamp that is not made by Vivitek may affect the performance of
the projector or damage the projector.
How to Replace the Projector Lamp
1. Turn off the projector and unplug the power cord. Wait for the projector, lamp and peripheral devices to
cool down. Then remove the lamp module.
Note: • When the projector is just turned off, the temperature of the lamp inside the projector is still very high (about 200~300°C).
You might be burnt if attempting to replace the lamp when the projector is not cooled off. The lamp can be replaced safely when
the lamp is cooled off.
2. Use a screwdriver to unscrew the screws and
remove the old lamp
4. Insert the new lamp and follow original directions
for installing the lamp




3. Use a screwdriver to unscrew the screws and
remove the old lamp

5. Follow drawing  to tighten the lamp and lamp
cover.


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
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Installing or Removing the Projection Lens
Remove Lens
1. Remove the dust cap from the projector.

2. Press the release button  and then turn in a Counter Clockwise direction to remove the lens.


Install Lens
3. Follow the drawing to re-install the lens into the lens slot. Slowly turn the lens in a clockwise direction
until the“Click”sound is heard.
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Replacing the Filter
The timing of replacing the filter may vary depending on the dustiness of the environment. It is recommended
to conduct regular check of the filter to achieve the best projector performance.
1. Follow the drawing to remove the cover.
2. Take out the old filter.
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B

A
Insert the new filter. Ensure to insert in the correct direction.
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Outline Dimensions
250
500
630
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Supported Signal Input Timing
Signal
Frame
Resolution
Y-Pr-Pb RGBHV
Type
Rate
PC
Apple
Mac
SDTV
EDTV
YUV
HDMI
RGB
HDMI - YUV
8/10/12-bit
HDBaseT
HDBaseT
YUV
8-bit
References
640x480
640x480
640x480
800x600
800x600
800x600
848x480
848x480
1024x768
1024x768
1024x768
1024x768
1280x720
1280 x 768
59.94
74.99
85
60.32
75
85.06
47.95
59.94
60
75.03
85.03
70.1
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V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
1280 x 768
60.0
V
V
V
1280 x 768 75.0
1280 x 768 85.0
1280 x 800 50.0
1280 x 800 60.0
1280 x 800 75.0
1280x1024 60.02
1280x1024 75.02
1280x1024 85.02
1400x1050
59.948
_60_RB
1400x1050
59.978
_60
1400x1050
74.867
_75
1440x900
60.0
_60
1440x900
75.0
_75
1600x1200
60
1680x1050 59.94
1920x1080 47.95
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
VESA DMT
VESA DMT
VESA DMT
VESA DMT
VESA DMT
VESA DMT
VESA CVT
VESA CVT
VESA DMT
VESA DMT
VESA DMT
VESA DMT
VESA GTF
VESA DMT
VESA DMT
Reduced
Blanking
VESA DMT
VESA DMT
VESA DMT
VESA DMT
VESA DMT
VESA DMT
VESA DMT
VESA DMT
V
V
V
VESA DMT
V
V
V
VESA DMT
V
V
V
VESA DMT
V
V
V
VESA DMT
V
V
V
VESA DMT
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
1920x1200
60
V
V
V
640x480
832x624
66.67
74.54
V
V
V
V
V
V
480i
59.94
V
V
V
V
V
576i
50
V
V
V
V
V
480p
59.94
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
576p
50
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
VESA DMT
VESA DMT
VESA CVT
Reduced
Blanking
VESA DMT
VESA DMT
SMPTE 125M,
CEA-861-D
ITU-R BT.601,
CEA-861-D
SMPTE 293M,
CEA-861-D
ITU-R
BT.1358, CEA861-D
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Supported Signal Input Timing
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Signal
Frame
Resolution
Y-Pr-Pb RGBHV
Type
Rate
1080i
720p
HDTV
1080p
YUV
HDMI
RGB
HDMI - YUV
8/10/12-bit
HDBaseT
HDBaseT
YUV
8-bit
50
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
59.94
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
60
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
50
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
60
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
24
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
25
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
30
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
50
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
60
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
3D Signal Input Mode& Timing
Timing
Frequency
59.94 / 60Hz
720p
50Hz
23.98 / 24Hz
29.97 / 30Hz
1080i
50Hz
23.98 / 24Hz
1080p
29.97 / 30Hz
59.94 / 60Hz
50Hz
1920x1200
1280x1024
1400x1050_60
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60Hz RB
60Hz
60Hz
Format
Support
Frame Pack
V
Side by Side (Horizontal)
V
Top / Bottom
V
Dual Channel
V
Frame Pack
V
Side by Side (Horizontal)
V
Top / Bottom
V
Dual Channel
V
Frame Pack
V
Frame Pack
V
Frame Pack
X
Side by Side (Horizontal)
V
Dual Channel
Frame Pack
V
Side by Side (Horizontal)
V
Top / Bottom
V
Dual Channel
V
Frame Pack
V
Top / Bottom
V
Dual Channel
V
Top / Bottom
V
Dual Channel
V
Top / Bottom
V
Dual Channel
V
Dual Channel
V
Dual Channel
V
Dual Channel
V
Remark
HDMI Port /HDBaseT
HDMI Port /HDBaseT
HDMI Port /HDBaseT
HDMI Port
HDMI Port /HDBaseT
HDMI Port /HDBaseT
HDMI Port /HDBaseT
HDMI Port
HDMI Port /HDBaseT
HDMI Port /HDBaseT
HDMI Port /HDBaseT
HDMI Port
HDMI Port /HDBaseT*
HDMI Port /HDBaseT*
HDMI Port /HDBaseT*
HDMI Port*
HDMI Port /HDBaseT
HDMI Port /HDBaseT
HDMI Port
HDMI Port /HDBaseT
HDMI Port
HDMI Port /HDBaseT
HDMI Port /HDBaseT
HDMI Port
HDMI Port
HDMI Port
References
SMPTE 274M,
CEA-861-D
SMPTE 274M,
CEA-861-D
SMPTE 274M,
CEA-861-D
SMPTE 296M,
CEA-861-D
SMPTE 296M,
CEA-861-D
SMPTE 274M,
CEA-861-D
SMPTE 274M,
CEA-861-D
SMPTE 274M,
CEA-861-D
SMPTE 274M,
CEA-861-D
SMPTE 274M,
CEA-861-D
RS-232 Command
®
Serial Interface RS-232 Command
This controller supports projectors with a RS-232 serial interface. There are two types of serial commands:
• Operation command: Available menu options are INPUT, PICTURE, LAMP, ALIGNMENT, CONTROL,
SERVICE, and OTHERS.
• Simulated IR remote controller commands: Controls projector with serial command analog IR remote controller and its control keys.
Communication Parameter Setup
You can use the serial control command to input commands for projector control or retrieve its operational
data through Windows client terminal software, e.g. Hyper Terminal, with ASCII characters. You need to set
up the following communication parameters in advance:
Item
Parameter
Bit per Second
9600
Data Bit
8-bit
Parity
None
Stop Bit
1
Flow Control
None
Port
None
Caution:
The terminal software does not return every command input character
The transmission performance would vary with the matching length of RS-232 cable and transmission speed. Please select proper
transmission from the OSD menu.
Operation Commands
Operation command syntax
An operation command is prefixed by character "op", followed by control commands and settings separated
by space blank [SP], and ended by carriage return pair "CR" and "ASCII hex 0D". Syntax of serial control
commands:
op [SP]<operation command>[SP]<Setting Value>[CR]
op
[SP]
[CR]
Setting value
: A constant indicating this is an operation command.
: Indicate one blank space.
: Indicate the command ending carriage return pair "CR" and "ASCII hex 0D".
: Settings of operation command
Types of setup strings
Query current setup
Setup
Characters of settings
?
= <settings>
Increase setup order of
adjustment items
Decrease setup order of
adjustment items
Execute operation command
+
None
Description
Question mark "?" indicates querying current setup
Syntax of settings: Symbol "=" suffixed with setup
values
Some settings are changed in steps. Symbol "+"
indicates changing one step up
Some settings are changed in steps. Symbol "-"
indicates changing one step down
Certain operation commands execute after input
without further setting or regulators.
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RS-232 Command
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Examples
Control items
Input command row
Query current brightness
op bright ? [CR]
settings
Set up brightness
op bright = 127 [CR]
Set up input signal source to
op input.sel = 0 [CR]
HDMI
Reset camera to center position
Projector return message
OP BRIGHT = 101
OP BRIGHT = 127
OP INPUT.SEL = 0
Caution:
When controlling the projector to execute multiple commands, make sure the return message of the last command is received before sending out the next one.
List of Operation Commands
Serial Command
Vivitek
Operation
Value
power.on
=?
0 = Off
1 = On
power.off
aspect
= ? (default)
zoom
= ? (default)
recall.mem
=?
save.mem
=
3d.format
= ? (default)
3d.swap
= ? (default)
3d.dlplink
= ? (default)
3d.darktime
= ? (default)
3d.syncoffset
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= ? (default)
0 = 16:9
1 = Theaterscope (LetterBox)
2 = 4:3
3 = 4:3 Narrow
4 = 16:10
5 = 5:4
6 = Native
0 = Off
1 = Crop
2 = Zoom
0 = Preset A
1 = Preset B
2 = Preset C
3 = Preset D
4 = Default
0 = Preset A
1 = Preset B
2 = Preset C
3 = Preset D
0 = Off
1 = Auto
2 = Side-By-Side (Half)
3 = Top-And-Bottom
4 = Dual Channel
0 = Normal
1 = Reverse
0 = Off
1 = On
0 = 1.0 ms
1 = 1.5 ms
2 = 2.0 ms
3 = 2.5 ms
0 – 200
Remark 1
Note:
(default) : commands sent
without operand will return
default value.
Recall memory settings
Save memory settings
Note: Only Available in 3D
Mode
Note: Only Available in 3D
Mode
Value is available from 0 to
200
Formulate for SyncDelay
range is -12.8 ms to 12.7
ms.
RS-232 Command
Serial Command
Vivitek
®
Operation
Value
Remark 1
3d.24
= ? (default)
0 = 96Hz
1 = 144Hz
1080p24 output frame rate
setting for 3D
Note: Only Available in 3D
Mode
pic.mode
= ? (default)
bright
contrast
saturat
tint
sharp
nr
= ? (default)
= ? (default)
= ? (default)
= ? (default)
= ? (default)
= ? (default)
input.sel
= ? (default)
auto.img
(execute)
color.space
= ? (default)
gamma
= ? (default)
color.temp
= ? (default)
dblack
= ? (default)
red.offset
green.offset
blue.offset
red.gain
green.gain
blue.gain
v.pos
h.pos
h.phase
tracking
sync.level
= ? (default)
= ? (default)
= ? (default)
= ? (default)
= ? (default)
= ? (default)
= ? (default)
= ? (default)
= ? (default)
= ? (default)
= ? (default)
hsg.stat
= ? (default)
hsg.r.gain
hsg.r.sat
hsg.r.hue
= ? (default)
0 = Brigh
1 = Presentation (2D)
2 = Video
0 – 200
0 – 200
0 – 200
0 – 200
0 – 200
0 – 200
0 = HDMI 1
1 = HDMI 2
2 = D-sub (RGB)
3 = YPrPb 1 (RCA)
4 = YPrPb 2 (BNC)
5 = HDBaseT
6 = SDI
0 = Auto
1 = REC709
2 = YCbCr
3 = RGB-PC
4 = RGB-Video
0 = 1.0
1 = 1.8
2 = 2.0
3 = 2.2
4 = 2.35
5 = 2.5
6 = S-Curve
0 = 5500K
1 = 6500K
2 = 7500K
3 = 9300K
4 = Native
0 = Off
1 = On
0 – 200
0 – 200
0 – 200
0 – 200
0 – 200
0 – 200
0 – 200
0 – 200
0 – 200
0 – 200
0 – 200
0
=
O
1=On
0 – 200
0 – 200
0 – 200
Note:
YPbPr equal original
REC709.
YCbCr equal original
REC601.
f
f
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RS-232 Command
®
Serial Command
Vivitek
hsg.g.gain
hsg.g.sat
hsg.b.hue
hsg.b.sat
hsg.b.hue
hsg.c.gain
hsg.c.sat
hsg.c.hue
hsg.m.gain
hsg.m.sat
hsg.m.hue
hsg.y.gain
hsg.y.sat
hsg.y.hue
hsg.wr.gain
hsg.wg.gain
hsg.wb.gain
hsg.reset
Operation
Value
= ? (default)
= ? (default)
= ? (default)
= ? (default)
= ? (default)
= ? (default)
= ? (default)
= ? (default)
= ? (default)
= ? (default)
= ? (default)
= ? (default)
= ? (default)
= ? (default)
= ? (default)
= ? (default)
= ? (default)
(execute)
0 – 200
0 – 200
0 – 200
0 – 200
0 – 200
0 – 200
0 – 200
0 – 200
0 – 200
0 – 200
0 – 200
0 – 200
0 – 200
0 – 200
0 – 200
0 – 200
0 – 200
0 – 200
0 = Single
1 = Dual
2 = Lamp1
3 = Lamp2
0 = Economy
1 = Standard
2 = Power
0 - 20 (77% - 100%)
0 = Off
1 = On
0 = Off
1 = On
0 = Off
1 = On (High Altitude)
0 = Always
1 = 10 sec.
2 = 30 sec.
3 = 60 sec.
0 = Top Left
1 = Top Right
2 = Bottom Left
3 = Bottom Right
4 = Center
0 = 0%
1 = 25%
2 = 50%
3 = 75%
0 = Off
1 = On
0 = Disable
1 = Enable
0 = Logo
1 = Black
2 = Blue
3 = White
0 = Off
1 = On
lamps
= ? (default)
lamp.mode
= ? (default)
lamp.pwr
= ? (default)
lamp1.stat
?
lamp2.stat
?
altitude
= ? (default)
osd.timer
= ? (default)
osd.menupos
= ? (default)
osd.trans
= ? (default)
osd.msgbox
= ? (default)
remote.set
= ? (default)
no.signal
= ? (default)
startup.logo
= ? (default)
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Remark 1
RS-232 Command
®
Serial Command
Vivitek
Operation
auto.powoff
= ? (default)
auto.powon
= ? (default)
proj.mode
= ? (default)
zoomio
focus
vert.offset
horiz.offset
(execute)
(execute)
(execute)
(execute)
(execute)
(execute)
(execute)
(execute)
pic.mute
= ? (default)
lens.center
net.ipaddr
net.subnet
net.gateway
net.dns
(execute)
=?
=?
=?
=?
net.dhcp
=?
eco.net.pow
= ? (default)
h.keystone
v.keystone
warp.rotat
warp.pinbrl
warp.tlc.x
warp.tlc.y
warp.trc.x
warp.trc.y
warp.blc.x
warp.blc.y
warp.brc.x
warp.brc.y
warp.reset
blank.top
blank.btm
blank.left
blank.right
blank.reset
= ? + -(default)
= ? + -(default)
= ? + -(default)
= ? + -(default)
= ? + -(default)
= ? + -(default)
= ? + -(default)
= ? + -(default)
= ? + -(default)
= ? + -(default)
= ? + -(default)
= ? + -(default)
(execute)
= ? + -(default)
= ? + -(default)
= ? + -(default)
= ? + -(default)
(execute)
eb.stat
= ? (default)
eb.wht.top
eb.wht.btm
eb.wht.left
eb.wht.right
eb.blk.top
eb.blk.btm
eb.blk.left
= ? + -(default)
= ? + -(default)
= ? + -(default)
= ? + -(default)
= ? + -(default)
= ? + -(default)
= ? + -(default)
Value
Remark 1
0 = Off
1 = On
0 = Off
1 = On
0 = Front Tabletop
1 = Front Ceiling
2 = Rear Tabletop
3 = Rear Ceiling
0 = Open
1 = Close
<string>
<string>
<string>
<string>
0 = Off
1 = On
0 = Off
1 = On (Power for LAN in
standby)
-350 ~ +350
-200 ~ +200
-20 ~ +20
-100 ~ +100
x: -192 ~ +192
y: -120 ~ +120
x: -192 ~ +192
y: -120 ~ +120
x: -192 ~ +192
y: -120 ~ +120
x: -192 ~ +192
y: -120 ~ +120
(Midposition shift)
0 ~ 360
0 ~ 360
0 ~ 534
0 ~ 534
0 = Off
1 = On
0, 200 ~ 500
0, 200 ~ 500
0, 200 ~ 800
0, 200 ~ 800
0, 8, 16, 24, 32
0, 8, 16, 24, 32
0, 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, 24, 28, 32
Blend Width - Top
Blend Width - Bottom
Blend Width - Left
Blend Width - Right
Black Level Uplift - Top
Black Level Uplift - Bottom
Black Level Uplift - Left
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RS-232 Command
®
Serial Command
Vivitek
eb.blk.right
eb.all
eb.red
eb.green
eb.blue
eb.reset
w2.recover
Operation
Value
Remark 1
= ? + -(default)
= ? + -(default)
= ? + -(default)
= ? + -(default)
= ? + -(default)
(execute)
0, 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, 24, 28, 32
0 ~ 32
0 ~ 32
0 ~ 32
0 ~ 32
Black Level Uplift - Right
eb.adl
= ? (default)
trig.1
= ? (default)
trig.2
= ? (default)
auto.src
= ? (default)
model
ser.no
sw.ver
?
?
?
sw.version
?
sw2.version
?
h.refresh
v.refresh
pixel.clock
signal
lamp1.hours
lamp2.hours
proj.runtime
act.source
fact.reset
?
?
?
?
?
?
?
?
(execute)
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0 = Off
1 = On
0 = Screen
1 = 16:9
2 = Theaterscope
3 = 4:3
4 = 4:3 Narrow
5 = RS-232
6 = RS232 On
7 = RS232 Off
0 = Screen
1 = 16:9
2 = Theaterscope
3 = 4:3
4 = 4:3 Narrow
5 = RS-232
6 = RS232 On
7 = RS232 Off
0 = Off
1 = On
<string>
<string>
<string>
6 & 7 will not be activated if
Trig.1 = 5 is not set.
6 & 7 will not be activated if
Trig.2 = 5 is not set.
Retrieve software version
The 'soft.version' will reply
<string>
multi-lines version string for
ex: ack sw.version =
different function module,
M D 0 3 - G D 0 4 - 8 B 0 8 - 0 11 D ex: Host_MCU, Scale, RJ45,
(HostMCU,Scale,DDP, Ballast) DDP, Ballast, Motor board
etc.
<string>
ex: ack sw2.version = LE03RD02-3C3C
(MotorBD,RJ45,W2)
<number>
kHz
<number>
Hz
<number>
MHz
<string>
<number>
<number>
<number>
RS-232 Command
®
Serial Command
Vivitek
Operation
pattern
= ? (default)
status
?
errcode
?
adcontrast
= ? (default)
lang
= ? (default)
Value
0 = Off
1 = White
2 = Black
3 = Red
4 = Green
5 = Blue
6 = ANSI Checkboard
7 = Focus Grid
8 = V Burst
9 = H Burst
10 = Color Bar
0 = Standby
1 = Warm Up
2 = Imaging
3 = Cooling
4 = Error
Remark 1
OSD Test Patterns
0 = Off
1 = On
0 = English
1 = Chinese Simplified
Caution: The projector returns string "NA" when the input command does not apply to current projector status or setup.
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RS-232 Command
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Simulated IR Remote Controller Commands
This control command simulates the IR remote controller and its control keys. It shares the same syntax of
operation command. It begins with characters "ky", followed by control commands and settings separated by
space blank [SP], and ended by carriage return pair "CR" and "ASCII hex 0D".Control command syntax:
ky[SP]<operation command>[CR]
Examples:
Power On
Power Off
ky power.on [CR]
ky power.off [CR]
List of simulated IR remote controller commands
Item
Function
Operation command
1
Power On
power.on
2
Power Off
power.off
3
Menu
menu
4
RETURN
return
5
Enter
enter
6
Up
up
7
Down
down
8
Left
left
9
Right
right
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Description
Power On
Power Off
Display OSD menu
Exit
ENTER key
Move cursor upward or change upward
Move cursor downward or change downward
Move cursor to the left or change to the left
Move cursor to the right or change to the right
Control the projector through a network
®
Control the Projector Through a Network
This projector supports the following remote control functions through a network connection.
• Control projector through web browser.
• Control projector with RS-232 control or simulated IR commands via TCP/IP communication protocol.
• Control projector with PJLink standard commands.
Cable Connection
You may connect the projector to a PC, an external integrated video or a control signal transmission box
through LAN for remote control.
Connect the Projector to a PC
See figure below for connecting the projector to a PC in RJ-45 cable for control. For connection through LAN,
connect the PC to a hub through to the projector's Digital/Lan port.
Connect with an External Integrated Video and Control Signal Transmission
Box
You may connect the projector to an external integrated video and control signal transmission box with RJ45 cable for concurrent video and networking control signal transmission. Please connect the PC to the input
end of the transmission box with one RJ-45 cable and the output end of the transmission box to the Digital/
LAN input end of the projector with another RJ-45 cable.
HDMI
HUB
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Control the projector through a network
®
Set Up the Projector for Networking
In case the remote network control is not connected to LAN or DHCP or the LAN is not activated, connect as
illustrated below:
Caution:
In case the remote network control is not connected to LAN or DHCP or the LAN is not activated, set DHCP option to Off and
then select Apply. The DHCP service assigns IP address and settings to devices automatically and keeps IP Address, Subnet, and
Gateway options away from editing. If the DHCP service of the LAN is not activated, set up the network manually.
Use ▲▼ and the Enter button to select Network and network settings:
• IP Address: To specify an IP address, press the Enter button to show the IP address input window. Use
the  button to select the number in the address to be changed. Use the ▲▼ button to increase or decrease the number in the IP address.
• Subnet: Set the subnet. The input method is the same as the IP address.
• Gateway: Set the gateway. The input method is the same as the IP address.
• DHCP: Enable or disable the DHCP service. When DHCP is set to ON, the DHCP server of the domain
will assign an IP address to the projector. The IP address will appear in the IP address window and you
don't need to make any input. Otherwise, the domain does not or cannot assign any IP address, and 0. 0. 0.
0 is shown on the IP address window.
• Apply: Select this button and press Enter. It takes the projector several seconds to execute the change of
the network setting till the following message disappears.
Setting network configuration, please wait
Please contact your network administrator in case the network remains disconnected.
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Control the projector through a network
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Control the Projector Through a Network
Control the Projector Through a Web Browser
Open the web browser of your control PC and type the projector's IP address. The projector's web server
homepage will display with the following four options:
• Projector Status: Current projector settings.
• Alert Mail Setup: Settings for projector abnormality email reminders. In case of any abnormality occur; the
project sends emails to preset users.
• Crestron: Crestron compatible web browser control pages
• PJLink: Set up password for PJLink connection in this page.
Projector Status
Illustration below goes with projector at IP address "192.168.0.100":
System
Model Name
Software Version
Power Status
Display Source
Lamp 1 Hours
Lamp 2 Hours
Error Status
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
Projector model name.
The version of the software installed in the projector
Current projector startup status
Display the current source.
Display the usage hours of Lamp 1
Display the usage hours of Lamp 2
Indicate projector diagnosis message
RJ-45 Version
LAN Version
MAC address
:
:
Network control software version number
Projector MAC address setup
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Control the projector through a network
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Network Setup
DHCP
IP address
Subnet mask
gateway
DNS server
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:
:
:
:
:
on : Enable DHCP
off : Disable DHCP
Projector IP address setup
Projector subnet address setup
Projector gateway setup
Projector DNS server setup
Control the projector through a network
®
Alert Mail Setup
This projector can send emails with projector abnormality messages to preset users. Set up the projector before enabling this function:
SMPT Server
: Set up SMTP server name as the projector sends email via a SMTP server.
Port
: Set up transmission port
User Name
: Input target user name for the projector to send the reminder email to, through a
SMTP server.
Password
: Input user password.
E-mail Alert
: Enable or Disable reminder email.
From
: Set up email address of the email sender.
To
: Set up email address of the email recipient.
CC
: Set up email address of the email CC recipient.
Projector Name
: Set up projector name or ID.
Location
: Set up projector installation location.
Apply
: Confirm your settings. Press this button to save changes you have made.
Send Test Mail
: Send test email. The reminder email is sent only in the event of a projector error.
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Control the projector through a network
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Press this button to validate email settings after setup is completed.
Control Projector with the PJLink Protocol
PJLink is a standard designed by Japan Business Machine and Information System Industries Association
(JBMA) for controlling projectors with genuine commands. A PJLink standard compliant projector from any
supplier can be controlled with these genuine commands. This product supports PJLink control commands.
Please set up password for PJLink connection in this page.
PJLink Security : Select On to enable PJLink password or Off to disable it.
Password
: Set up password at length up to 32 characters.
For details on PJLink standard commands and connection methods, please visit the PJLink official web site.
Control Projector with TCP/IP Communication Protocol
This projector supports TCP/IP communication protocol. It enables you to send RS-232 operation commands
or simulated IR commands to control projectors which connected with RJ45 cable via terminal connection
application software, e.g. Tera Term. Please set up IP address and port number with the terminal connection
application software before controlling your projector with TCP/IP communication protocol:
IP Address
Port
: IP address of projector
: Please set transmission port number to 7000
See the section on serial interface RS-232 control commands for details on RS-232 operation commands or
simulated IR commands.
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Specifications and Support
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Specificatons and Support
Specifications
Model Name
Technology
Resolution
Max. Resolution
Contrast
Lamp Life and Tye
Projection Lens
DU9000
DLP
WUXGA(1920x1200)
WUXGA(1920x1200)@60Hz
1250:1 / with DB 5000:1
1500/2000 hours(Standard/Eco mode),465Wx2
1.85-2.4:1 (Standard)
1.56-1.86:1
0.8-1.03:1
2.4-4.0:1
Projection distance
2.5-9.0m (Standard lens)
F#
F=2.17-2.46, f=39-50.7mm(Standard Lens)
Zoom Ratio(Standard Lens) 1.3X
Asppct Ratio
16:10 Normal
4:3 and 16:9 Compairable
Lens Shift
Vertical: 12.5%~15%,Horizontal: 37.5%~50%
Keystone correction
Vertical::+/-30° , Horizontal: +/-20°
Sync
Vertical: 48-120Hz
Horizontal: 15-108kHz
Edge Blending / Warping
Yes
Video Compatibility
SDTV(480i/576i), EDTV (480p/576p), HDTV (720p,1080i/p)
I/O Ports
HDMI v1.4 x 2、3D Sync Out x 1、 HDBaseT (Lan Control) x 1、VGA x 1、
Component (YPbPr) x 2, RS-232C、Screen Trigger x 2、 Wire Remote x 1、
USB x 1
Projction
Table top and ceiiing (Front and rear)
Size (W x D x W)
630 x 500 x 250mm
Weight (Not included Lens) 30kg
Noise Level
44dB/47dB(Eco Mode / Standard Mode)
Power
AC110-240V,50/60Hz
Standby Power
Standby Power:< 2W(No RJ-45 active)
Power consumption
1200 Watt
Standard Accessory
Power cord x3, HDMI x1, Remote Contorl, lens cap ,CD, QSG
China Warranty Card.
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Specifications and Support
Vivitek Support
If you cannot find solutions from this user guideline, please contact us using the contact information below:
North America
Vivitek Service Center
15700 Don Julian Road, Suite B
City of Industry, CA. 91745
U.S.A
Tel: 855-885-2378 (Toll-Free)
Email: [email protected]
URL: www.vivitekusa.com
Europe and Africa
Vivitek Service & Support
Zandsteen 15
2132 MZ Hoofddorp
The Netherlands
Tel: +31 20 655 0960
Email: [email protected]
URL: www.vivitek.eu
China
Vivitek Service Center
Cimic Plaza, No. 1090 Shiji Boulevard, Pudong Shanghai,201209
China
Tel: 400-888-3526 (Toll-Free)
Tel: 021-58360088-142 (Direct)
Email: [email protected]
URL: www.vivitek.com.cn
Asia and Taiwan
VIVITEK after-sales service
Vivitek Corporation, Co., Ltd.
4F, No.186, Ruey Kuang Road, Neihu District
Taipei, Taiwan 11491
TEL: 886-2-28797-2088, ext. 6899
E-mail: [email protected]
URL: www.vivitek.com.tw
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