3M MP8750 Owner's Manual

3M MP8750 Owner's Manual
MP8750 Multimedia Projector
Operator’s Guide
Projecteur multimédia MP8750 Guide d’utilisation
MP8750 Multimedia-Projektor Bedienerhandbuch
Proyector de medios múltiples (multimedia) MP8750 Guía del operador
Guida dell’operatore del proiettore multimediale MP8750
Bruksanvisning för MP8750 Multimediaprojektor
3M MP8750 Multimediaprojector Gebruiksaanwijzing
MP8750 Table of Contents
SAFEGUARDS....................................................................................................................................................... II
WARRANTY ........................................................................................................................................................IV
SECTION 1: UNPACK........................................................................................................................................... 1
1-1. CONTENTS OF SHIPPING BOX......................................................................................................................... 1
1-2. KEEP YOUR PACKING MATERIALS ................................................................................................................. 1
1-3. WHAT’S NEXT? ............................................................................................................................................ 1
SECTION 2: PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION...................................................................................................... 2
2-1. MACHINE CHARACTERISTICS ........................................................................................................................ 2
2-2. PARTS IDENTIFICATION LIST ......................................................................................................................... 2
SECTION 3: SET UP/CONNECTIONS ................................................................................................................ 3
3-1.
3-2.
3-3.
3-4.
3-5.
3-6.
TERMINAL CONNECTION PANEL .................................................................................................................... 3
OPERATOR TOUCH PANEL KEYPAD ............................................................................................................... 3
MOUSE CONNECTION.................................................................................................................................... 4
CABLE CONNECTIONS ................................................................................................................................... 4
IMAGE SIZE (PROJECTOR-TO-SCREEN DISTANCE) ........................................................................................... 6
IMAGE HEIGHT ............................................................................................................................................. 6
SECTION 4: OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ...................................................................................................... 7
4-1.
4-2.
4-3.
4-4.
4-5.
POWER UP PROJECTOR.................................................................................................................................. 7
STANDBY MODE ........................................................................................................................................... 8
PROJECTOR POWER DOWN ............................................................................................................................ 8
USING SYSTEM MENUS ................................................................................................................................. 8
MENU ADJUSTMENTS/SETTINGS .................................................................................................................... 9
SECTION 5: REMOTE CONTROL.................................................................................................................... 14
5-1. REMOTE CONTROL FUNCTIONS ................................................................................................................... 14
5-2. BATTERY REPLACEMENT ............................................................................................................................ 15
SECTION 6: MAINTENANCE............................................................................................................................ 16
6-1.
6-2.
6-3.
6-4.
REPLACING THE AIR FILTER ....................................................................................................................... 16
REPLACING PROJECTION LAMP.................................................................................................................... 17
LAMP LIFE INDICATOR ................................................................................................................................ 18
CLEANING THE PROJECTOR ......................................................................................................................... 18
SECTION 7: TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................................................................. 19
7-1. TROUBLESHOOTING PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS .......................................................................................... 19
7-2. SERVICE INFORMATION ............................................................................................................................... 19
SECTION 8: PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS ..................................................................................................... 20
8-1. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ....................................................................................................................... 20
8-2. ACCESSORY & SPARE PARTS LIST ............................................................................................................... 21
8-3. HOW TO ORDER .......................................................................................................................................... 21
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Safeguards
INTENDED USE
Before operating the machine, please read the entire manual thoroughly. The 3M Multimedia Projector MP8750
was designed, built, and tested for use indoors, using 3M lamps, 3M ceiling mount hardware and nominal local
voltages. The use of other replacement lamps, outdoor operation, operation in environments containing heavy
cigarette smoke or different voltages has not been tested and could damage the projector or peripheral equipment
and/or create a potentially unsafe operating condition.
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
1.
Read and understand all instructions before using. Pay particular attention to areas where this symbol ! is
shown.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death
WARNING or serious injury.
Caution - Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in minor or
moderate injury. It may also be used to alert against unsafe practices.
!
ü Note - Used to emphasis important conditions or details.
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3.
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Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is used by or near children. Do not leave appliance
unattended while in use.
Never look directly into the projector lens when the lamp is on. The metal halide lamp produces a strong light
that could damage your eyesight.
Care must be taken as burns can occur from touching hot parts.
Do not operate appliance with a damaged cord or if the appliance has been dropped or damaged - until it has
been examined by a qualified service technician.
Position the cord so that it will not be tripped over, pulled or contact hot surfaces.
If an extension cord is necessary, a cord with an earth/ground and a current rating at least equal to that of the
appliance should be used. Cords rated for less amperage than the appliance may overheat.
Always unplug appliance from electrical outlet before cleaning and servicing and when not in use. Grasp plug
and pull to disconnect.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not immerse this appliance in water or other liquids.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not disassemble this appliance or attempt to service it yourself. Take
it to a qualified technician when service or repair work is required.
Incorrect reassembly can cause electric shock when the appliance is subsequently used.
The use of an accessory attachment not recommended by the manufacturer may cause a risk of fire, electric
shock, or injury to persons.
Connect this appliance to a grounded outlet.
This unit is equipped with optical lenses and should not be exposed to direct sunlight.
Keep ventilation openings free of any obstructions.
Always operate machine on a flat, sturdy surface.
The projection lamp contains mercury. Always dispose of it in a proper manner according to local regulations.
To avoid premature lamp failure, do not change the mounting position of the projector (desktop ⇒ ceiling
mount or ceiling mount ⇒ desktop mount) and continue to use the same lamp.
To avoid deposits from forming on internal components, do not operate projector in extremely humid
environments (RH > 80%) or near any type of fine mist.
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PRODUCT SAFETY LABELS
The following safety labels are used on or within the MP8750 projector to alert you to items or areas requiring your
attention:
Inside of projector gets very HOT! Allow internal
parts to cool before replacing the lamp.
LOCATION OF LABELS
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
The information contained in this manual will help you operate and maintain your 3M MP8750 Multimedia Projector.
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Warranty
LIMITED WARRANTY
3M warrants this product against any defects in material and workmanship, under normal use and storage, for a period of two
years from date of purchase. Proof of purchase date will be required with any warranty claim. In the event this product is
found to be defective within the warranty period, 3M’s only obligation and your exclusive remedy shall be replacement of
any defective parts (labor included).
To obtain warranty service, immediately notify the dealer from which you purchased the product of any defects. In the USA
call 1–800–328–1371 for warranty or repair service.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
THE FOREGOING WARRANTY IS MADE IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, AND 3M
SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE. 3M SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES, DIRECT, CONSEQUENTIAL, OR INCIDENTAL, ARISING
OUT OF THE USE OR INABILITY TO USE THIS PRODUCT.
Important: The above warranty shall be void if the customer fails to operate product in accordance with 3M’s written
instructions. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may have other rights that vary from state to state.
FCC STATEMENT - CLASS A: This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy, and if not
installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual may cause interference to radio communications. It has been
tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class “ A” computing device pursuant to Subpart B of Part 15 of the FCC
Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference when operated in a commercial
environment. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause interference in which case the user at
his/her own expense will be required to take whatever measures may be required to correct the interference.
EEC STATEMENT: This machine was tested against the 89/336/EEC (European Economic Community) for EMC (Electro
Magnetic Compatibility) and fulfills these requirements.
Video signal cables: Only use cables delivered by the manufacturer.
Video inputs: The input signal amplitude must not exceed the specified level.
PATENTS, TRADEMARKS & COPYRIGHTS
IBM and PS/2 are registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation. Apple Macintosh and ADB
are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc. Microsoft Windows is a trademark of the Microsoft Corporation.
DLP is a trademark of Texas Instruments Incorporated. All other products are trademarks or registered trademarks of their
respective companies.
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Section 1: Unpack
1-1. Contents of Shipping Box
The MP8750 is shipped with the necessary cables required for standard VCR, PC or laptop computer connections. Carefully
unpack and verify that you have all of the items shown below in Figure 1–1. If any of these items are missing, please
contact your place of purchase.
Item
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
MP8750 Multimedia Projector
IR Remote control transmitter
(Two AAA batteries included)
Power cord set (US, UK, Europe)
VGA cable (2m)
RCA Video/ Audio (3m)
Quantity
Item
Quantity
1
1
2
1
1
1
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
1
1
1
1
1
2
S-VHS video cable (3m)
PS/2-Mouse-Adapter
Serial Mouse cable
Operator’s Guide, 7 languages(not shown)
Registration card
Telephone (800#) stickers
ü Note
A set of cables/adapters for connection
to Apple Macintosh computers is
available as an option.
Figure 1-1. Packing List
1-2. Keep Your Packing Materials
Save the shipping box and packing materials in the event the MP8750 should require shipping to a 3M Service Center for
repair. Use packing material to protect projector.
1-3. What’s Next?
Take a few minutes to review Section 2 to familiarize yourself with the MP8750 machine characteristics and then turn to
Section 3 to set up the projector.
We hope you will enjoy using this high performance product in your meetings, presentations and training sessions. This
product has been produced in accordance with 3M’s highest quality and safety standards to ensure smooth and trouble-free
use in the years to come.
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Section 2: Production Description
2-1. Machine Characteristics
The MP8750 integrates metal halide lamp and Digital Light Processor (DLP) technology. It accepts input from computer
and/or video sources and projects a super bright image.
The MP8750 Multimedia Projector is easy to set up and use. It offers the following features:
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Extremely light weight and portable
Metal halide projection lamp 350W
VGA (640 x 480) expansion
SVGA (800 x 600) expansion
XGA (1024 x 768) native resolution
NTSC, PAL, SECAM compatible
Ability to display 16.7 million colors
Two computer input connections each with a
separate audio-in connection
• Built-in serial, PS/2 and ADB mouse emulation
Three video/audio input connections
Power focus and zoom
Full function remote control
Surround sound system
Horizontal and vertical image inverting function
allows rear screen and ceiling mounted projection
• On–screen menu for easy projector set up
• Menus display in English, French, Spanish,
Italian, Dutch, Swedish, German
• 0-12 degree adjustable keystone correction
2-2. Parts Identification List
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Infrared Remote Control Transmitter
3 Speakers (Surround Sound System)
Operator Touch Panel
Exhaust Fan
Terminal Connections
Height Adjustment Foot
Projection Lens
Air intake/air filter
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
Carry Handle
Release Button (height adjustment foot)
AC Power Connection
AC Power Switch
Lamp Door
Lamp Door Release Button
Infrared Sensor
Figure 2-1. Parts Identification
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Section 3: Set Up/Connections
3-1. Terminal Connection Panel
The MP8750 projector has terminal connections on the backside of the projector. Refer to Section 3.4-Cable Connections for
more detail.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
AUX: Only compatible with 3M devices.
SVHS/AUDIO IN: SVHS and audio input.
VIDEO1/AUDIO IN: Video1 and audio input.
VIDEO2/AUDIO IN: Video2 and audio input.
RS-232C: Mouse emulation/external projector control.
MONITOR: Output to external monitor.
PC/RGB1: Video input #1 from computer.
PC/RGB2: Video input #2 from computer.
AUDIO IN2: Audio L/R input from computer #2
AUDIO IN1: Audio L/R input from computer #1.
AUDIO OUT: Audio L/R output to external audio system.
Figure 3-1. Input Connection Terminals
3-2. Operator Touch Panel Keypad
The MP8750 operator touch panel keypad (Figure 3-2) is located on top of the projector. Refer to Section 4 for more detail
on using the keypad.
Zoom: Adjust (increase/decrease) image size.
Video: Select Video1, Video2 or S-VHS input
PC: Select PC/RGB 1/2 input.
Enter: Initiate drop windows, toggle check box
(on/off), display Info sub-menu or press and hold
then use Disc Pad to reposition menu location.
5. Volume (+/-): Adjust (increase/decrease) audio level.
6. Mute: Toggle speakers on/off.
7. Brightness (+/-): Adjust image brightness. (See
Menu.)
8. Disc/Pad: Move cursor up/down, left/right.
9. Menu: Display/remove menus.
Menu (+/-): Increase/decrease menu value.
10. Aux: Toggle On/Off a 3M compatible device.
11. Focus: Adjust image focus.
12. Standby: Switch between standby mode (lamp off,
fan off after cool down) and projection mode (lamp
on, fan on).
1.
2.
3.
4.
Figure 3-2. Operator Panel
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3-3. Mouse Connection
The MP8750 has mouse emulation capability. Connect your computer mouse to the MP8750 and control computer mouse
functions using the remote control.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Power down the computer and projector.
Remove the mouse cable connection from your computer mouse port.
Connect the 9-pin D-Sub plug on the mouse cable to the RS-232 port on the projector.
RS-232 Serial Mouse: Connect 9-pin D-Sub plug on mouse cable to the serial port on the computer.
PS/2 Mouse: Connect 9-pin D-Sub plug on mouse cable to PS/2 adapter and connect the 6-pin Mini-DIN adapter plug to
the PS/2 port on the computer.
MAC ADB: Connect 9-pin D-sub plug on mouse cable to the Mac ADB adapter and connect the 4-pin Mini-DIN plug
on ADB adapter to the ADB port on the computer.
(The Mac ADB adapter is an accessory item that must be ordered separately)
ü Note
For serial mouse connections to a laptop computer,
refer to the manufacturer’s operating instructions.
The internal pointing device or serial port
configurations may need to be changed.
5.
First, power on the projector, then power on the computer.
ü Note
Mouse emulation only works, when all cable
connections are established and the proper start up
sequence is followed. See section 4–1.
ü Note
The recommended mouse drivers for mouse
emulation is the Standard Microsoft Mouse, Serial
or PS/2.
3-4. Cable Connections
1.
Turn off all power to the projector and input sources during cable hook up.
!
Caution
To prevent damage to equipment, all power to MP8750 and input
sources must be turned OFF during cable hook up.
2.
3.
4
Connect cables being careful not to bend any pins in the cable plug or input terminal (Figure 3-1).
Start up projector then start up input sources. Section 4–1.
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Cable Connection, continued
MAC cable optional
Audio cable optional
Figure 3-4. Cable Connections
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3-5. Image Size (Projector-to-Screen Distance)
Adjust the size of the projected image using the zoom control buttons. The projected image size values, as they relate to the
distance-to-screen value, are shown for focal lengths of f=25mm and f=45mm. Also shown is the maximum image height
shift value that can vary depending on the focal length and the distance-to-screen. Figure 3.4.
Maximum (f=25mm)
Distance to Screen
Minimum (f=45mm)
m (ft.)
Image
Width
m (in.)
Image
Height
m (in.)
Max
Height
m (in.)
Image
Width
m (in.)
Image
Height
m (in.)
Max
Height
m (in.)
2.00
(6.56)
2.50
(8.2)
3.00
(9.84)
5.00
(16.4)
7.00
(22.97)
10.00
(32.81)
1.42
(56)
1.76
(69.3)
2.11
(83.1)
3.48
(137)
4.85
(191)
6.90
(271.7)
1.06
(41.7)
1.32
(52)
1.57
(61.8)
2.60
(102.4)
3.62
(142.5)
5.16
(203.2)
.43
(16.9)
.54
(21.3)
.64
(25.2)
1.06
(41.7)
1.47
(57.9)
2.10
(82.7)
.80
(31.5)
.99
(39)
1.18
(46.5)
1.96
(77.2)
2.73
(107.5)
3.88
(152.8)
.60
(23.6)
.74
(29.1)
.89
(35)
1.47
(57.9)
2.05
(80.71)
2.92
(115)
.24
(9.5)
.30
(11.8)
.36
(14.2)
.60
(23.6)
.83
(32.7)
1.18
(46.5)
Figure 3.4. Image Size/Maximum Image Height
3-6. Image Height
Use the Picture menu/Height option to shift (upward) the projected image. The center of the projected image can be shifted
a maximum of 12 degrees without incurring any keystoning. Figure 3.5.
12 Degree Maximum Shift
Figure 3.5. Maximum Image Shift
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Section 4: Operating Instructions
4-1. Power Up Projector
Read the Important Safeguards before operating the MP8750 projector. After all cable connections have been completed, the
projector can be powered up. During operation, keep the exhaust and intake air vents clear of obstructions to allow proper
cooling.
!
Caution
Allow a projector that has been stored in a cold place to warm up to room
temperature before applying power.
Figure 4-1. Power Up Projector
1.
2.
3.
Press the Main Power switch (1) to ON. A red LED indicator will illuminate to indicate there is power.
Press the Standby button (2) to illuminate the lamp. A red LED indicator will turn green as an image appears and grows
brighter on the screen.
Check all ventilation slots (3) and clear away all obstructions.
ü Note
Ventilation vents are located on the top and back of the projector. Do not
block airflow by placing objects on top of the projector.
4.
5.
6.
Adjust the Focus (4) and Zoom (5) for best image.
Press the Foot Release button (6) to release the height adjustment foot (7).
Power up your computer and video source(s).
ü Note
In most cases, the projector will automatically adjust to the graphic mode
of your computer by selecting a pre-programmed setting.
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4-2. Standby Mode
When the projector is not being used, place it into standby mode.
1.
2.
Press the Standby button.
The lamp will switch off and the red LED will illuminate.
ü Note
The fan motor will continue to run for a few minutes until the projector
cools down and then the fan will turn off.
3.
Press the Standby button again to illuminate the lamp and project an image on the screen.
4-3. Projector Power Down
1.
2.
Press the Standby button to place the projector in the standby mode (red LED illuminates).
Wait until the cooling fan motor cycles off and the lamp LED turns off.
ü Note
Switching the main power off before the fan has cycled off will decrease the life of
the projection lamp.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Press the Main Power switch to Off.
Turn off the power to your input devices.
Install lens cap to protect projection lens.
To transport the projector, disconnect all power and connection cables.
4-4. Using System Menus
Main Menu: Press the Menu button on the operator touch panel keypad (Figure 3-3) or the remote control keypad (Figure
5-1) to display the Main Menu.
(1)
Main Menu
The menu name (1) is on the top line.
(2)
Picture
An arrowhead (2) at the right of a menu line indicates
(4)
Audio
that this item is a sub-menu that can be selected.
Tools
Signal source
PC/RGB1 (3)
User Interface
A text field (3) at the right of a line indicates that this is a
value that you can change in a drop down window.
Info: Press Enter to display the Info window.
Advanced Setup
Info
To select a sub-menu, press the Disc Pad up or down to highlight (select) the desired sub-menu (4). Then press the Disc
Pad to the right or the Enter button to display the sub-menu (see Sub-Menu).
To change a text field value, press the Disc Pad up or down to highlight (select) the menu line (3). Then press the Disc Pad
to the right or the Enter button to display a drop down window of all the possible values. Use the Disc Pad to select a value
and press Enter to initiate the selection.
To exit a sub-menu, press the Disc Pad to the left.
To completely exit the menu system and return to the projected image, press the Menu button.
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Sub-Menu: Select the desired sub-menu (see Main Menu). Press the Disc Pad to the right or the Enter button to display the
sub-menu.
Picture
The sub-menu name (1) is on the top line.
(1)
Height
Brightness
(2)
Contrast
Optimize
Hor. Position
Ver. Position
Tracking
1312 (3)
Sync
ModeVESA 1024 x 768 75Hz
Resolution
1024 x 768
A slider bar (2) at the right of a sub-menu line indicates
you can increase or decrease the value.
A number field (3) at the right of a sub-menu line
indicates that you can change it.
A check box field at the right of a sub-menu line
indicates that you can toggle that value On/Off by
pressing the Enter button.
To change a slider bar value, it must be highlighted. Press the +/– button on the remote control or Bright +/– button on the
operator touch panel to increase or decrease the value.
To change a number field, press the Disc Pad up or down to highlight (select) the menu line (3). Then press the +/– button
on the remote control or Bright +/– button on the operator touch panel to increase or decrease the amount of the value.
4-5. Menu Adjustments/Settings
The following charts lists all the menu items that can be adjusted along with the default settings.
Main Menu
Picture
Audio
Tools
Source
(drop down window)
User Interface
Advanced Setup
Info
Picture (PC/RGB)
Submenu Items
Height
Description / Action
Display picture submenu
Display audio submenu
Display tools submenu
Select input source
(PC/RGB1 / PC/RGB2 / SVHS /
VIDEO 1 / VIDEO 2 / AUX)
Display user interface submenu
Display advanced setup submenu
Display information window
(press Enter)
Description / Action
Brightness
Adjust projected image height
Adjust the brightness
Contrast
Adjust the contrast
Optimize
Hor. Position
Set best brightness for image
Adjust horizontal position of image
Ver. Position
Adjust vertical position of image
Tracking
Sync
Adjust number of pixels per line
Adjust phase synchronization
Mode
Select data mode to adjust within this
menu (Predefined modes /
User Mode 1…3)
Select pixel resolution (640x350 /
640x400 / 720x400 / 640x480 /
800x600 / 832x624 / 1024x768 /
1280x1024)
Resolution
(drop down window)
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Setting
Main Menu
Picture
Audio
According
to search
procedure
Default
Setting
Tools
Signal source
PC/RGB1
User Interface
Advanced Setup
Info
Picture
Height
Brightness
Contrast
Optimize
Hor. Position
Ver. Position
Tracking
1312
Sync
ModeVESA 1024 x 768 75Hz
Resolution
1024 x 768
<Automatic>
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Picture (Video)
Submenu Items
Height
Description / Action
Brightness
Adjust projected image height
Adjust the brightness
Contrast
Adjust the contrast
Color
Adjust color saturation
Tint
Adjust HUE for NTSC
Audio
Submenu Items
Description / Action
Volume
Adjust volume
Audio
Speaker
Balance
Audio mute
-on / -off
Speakers
-on / -off
Adjust balance
Treble
Adjust treble
Bass
Adjust bass
Surround
Adjust surround sound level
Tools
Submenu Items
Description / Action
Freeze
Magnify
Factor
Freeze frame
-on / -off
Magnify mode
-on / -off
Adjust magnification factor
Timer
Minutes
Select timer mode (off / small / large)
Adjust timer countdown
(1 to 90 minutes)
User Interface
Submenu Items
Language
(drop down window)
Description / Action
Graphics
Select user interface language
(English / Deutsch / Français /
Español / Italiano / Nederlands /
Svenska)
Activate on-screen status bar
Reset Window
Position
Help
(drop down window)
indicators and icons. (e.g.
)
-on / -off
Reset all menu window position to
default
Select Help window mode
(immediate / 1, 3, or 5 seconds / off)
10
Default
Setting
Default
Setting
-on
-on
Default
Setting
-off
-off
Picture
Height
Brightness
Contrast
Color
Tint
Audio
Volume
Audio
Speaker
Balance
Treble
Bass
Surround
Tools
Freeze
Magnify
Factor
Timer
Minutes
off
10
off
10 minutes
Default
Setting
English
User Interface
Language
English
Graphics
Reset Window Position
Help
3 seconds
-on
3 seconds
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Advanced Setup
(PC/RGB)
Submenu Items
Description / Action
Projection (drop down
window)
Select projection orientation
(standard / Rear / Rear/Ceiling /
Ceiling)
Remote control receiver -on / -off
Select remote control address
(1 / 2 / 3 / 4)
Select Sync Mode for PC/RGB1
(separate TTL / composite TTL /
separate ana. / composite ana. /
sync on green)
Select Sync Mode for PC/RGB2
(separate TTL / composite TTL /
separate ana. / composite ana. /
sync on green)
Adjust level for sync on green
synchronization
Set all data modes to factory default
settings.
Resets the lamp hours displayed on
the Info window
Display test submenu
Remote Control
RC Address
Sync Mode1
(drop down window)
Sync Mode2
(drop down window)
SOG Level
Reset Data Modes
Reset lamp display
Test
Advanced Setup
(Video)
Submenu Items
Projection
(drop down window)
Remote Control
RC Address
Video standard
(drop down window)
Reset lamp display
Test
Test
Submenu Items
Parameter display
Color test picture
Frame test picture
Info (display only)
Hardware
Firmware
VESA xxxxxxxxxx
Lamp (bar indicator)
OK!
Default
Setting
standard
-on
1
separate TTL
Description / Action
Parameter display window
-on / -off
Display color test picture
Display frame test picture
T
t
separate TTL
Description / Action
Select projection orientation
(standard / Rear / Rear/Ceiling /
Ceiling)
Remote control receiver -on / -off
Select remote control address
(1 / 2 / 3 / 4)
Select Video standard
(PAL B,G,H,I / NTSC M / SECAM /
NTSC 44 / PAL M / PAL N / PAL 60 /
NTSC COMB / automatic)
Resets the lamp hours displayed on
the info window
Display test submenu
Advanced Setup
Projection
standard
Remote Control
RC Address
1
Sync Mode1 separate TTL
Sync Mode2 separate TTL
SOG level
Reset Data Modes
Reset lamp display
Default
Setting
standard
-on
Advanced Setup
Projection
standard
Remote Control
RC Address
1
Video standard
automatic
Reset lamp display
Test
1
automatic
Default
Setting
-off
Description / Action
Current hardware level
Current firmware level
Current video mode
Lamp life hours (Green: lamp good /
red: lamp needs replacement)
Closes the Info display by pressing
the Enter button
Test
Parameter display
Color test picture
Frame test picture
3M
MP8750
Hardware: xxx-x.xx-x
Firmware: xxx-x.xx
VESA 1024 x 768 75 Hz
Lamp
OK!
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Section 5: Remote Control
5-1. Remote Control Functions
Aim the remote control toward the projection screen or at the sensor. Press desired remote button to send a signal to the
projector.
*Zoom: Increase (+) or decrease
(-) size of displayed image.
*Video: Switch displayed image to
video input.
*PC: Switch to PC mode. In PC mode,
toggles between RGB 1 and 2.
*Standby: Switch the projector
between Standby mode (lamp off,
fan off) and operation mode (lamp
on, fan on).
*Focus: Adjust focus (+/-) of
displayed image.
*Enter: Mouse emulation ON, left
mouse button. Mouse emulation Off,
Enter button for confirmation of a
selection.
Aux: Toggle ON/OFF a 3M
compatible device.
Drag: Lock left mousePbutton.
*Menu: Display system menus.
Text: Not used.
Disc Pad (mouse pointer): Move
(point) the cursor on the projected
image. Navigate menus. See Pointer.
Blank: Replace projected image with
white background. Press again to
return image.
Window: Toggle between full
screen and centered display mode
(non-AGA modes only)
Optimize: Adjust brightness and
contrast for best picture.
Timer: Displays timer (window in lower
part of screen). Repeated operation of
key toggles on/off.
Reveal: Press Reveal to cover the image on
the screen with a gray mask. Use the Disc
Pad to reveal the image. Press Reveal again
to return full screen projection of image.
*Mute: Toggle ON/OFF the audio sound.
*Bright: Increase (+) or decrease (-)
brightness of displayed image.
*Volume: Increase (+) or decrease (–)
speaker volume.
Freeze: Stores (freezes) the projected
image. Press again to return the
projection of the current image.
Mouse: Toggle mouse emulation on/off.
ON: The L & R buttons operate left & right
mouse key functions. Drag-an-drop
functions are possible by pressing the Drag
button.
OFF: L button is the Enter confirmation
b tt
R b tt
t
d Di P d
t
Magnify: Press to enable magnification
mode. Press +/- buttons to
increase/decrease the magnification
factor. Move Disc Pad to displace the
magnified area within the image. Press
Magnify again to toggle back to normal
presentation.
In video mode (NTSC only), press
Magnify to toggle between scaled and
unscaled representation.
Mode 1,2,3,4: Toggle between remote control
addresses 1, 2, 3, 4.
Info: Display information window.
An icon will display to indicate a presentation tool is
active.
Pointer: Place a pointing device on the
screen. Use Disc Pad to move pointer.
ü Note
Pointer
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Freeze Mouse Mute On Magnify Reveal
Image
Image Image
The buttons marked with an asterisk (*) also appear on the
operator touch panel keyboard.
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5-2. Battery Replacement
The remote control uses two AAA batteries. The battery cover is located on the back of the remote control.
1. Press the locking tab (1) to release door. Figure 5-1)
2. Lift up on the door (2) to remove it and set it to the side.
3. Remove old batteries.
4. Install new batteries (3). Make sure the polarity (+/-) on each battery matches the decal.
5. Replace battery compartment door.
Figure 5-1. Replacing Batteries
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Section 6: Maintenance
6-1. Replacing The Air Filter
For best performance, replace the air filter each time the projection lamp is changed.
ü Note
Periodically check air filter for excess dust or dirt.
Replace or clean as needed.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Unplug the power cord (1) of the projector.
Unscrew two screws (2) securing back panel.
Remove the back panel (3).
Separate the air filter from the back panel (4).
Vacuum (5) the air filter to remove the dust and dirt.
Insert the air filter in the back panel.
Insert the back panel and secure with screws (2).
Figure 6-1. Removing Air Filter Door
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6-2. Replacing Projection Lamp
The metal halide lamp of the projector has a limited lifetime of approximately 2000 hours. If the projected image appears
dark or a red lamp life indicator bar displays during projector startup, you should change the lamp and air filter.
ü Important Note
This lamp contains mercury. Consult your local
hazardous waste regulations and
dispose of this lamp in a proper manner.
!
Caution
!
Always unplug the projector when changing the
lamp. There are high voltage parts inside the cabinet
that may cause electric shock.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Caution
Allow the projector to cool down for 30 minutes.
Lamp and adjacent metal parts become extremely hot
and can cause burns to your fingers.
Press the Standby/On button on the operator touch panel or remote control.
Wait for the fan motor to cycle off.
Turn the main power switch to OFF and unplug the projector power cord.
Set the projector on a sturdy surface with the front of the projector facing you.
Press and hold the lamp door button (1) with your index finger. Slide your finger to the right and depress the lock tab
(2). Pull outward on the lamp door (4) to hinge it to the right side and access the lamp cartridge (5).
Unscrew two retaining screws (3) securing the lamp cartridge (5).
Grasp handle (6) and carefully pull the lamp cartridge (5) out of the projector.
Carefully insert the new lamp cartridge (5) and secure with retaining screws (3).
Close the lamp door (4) tightly until the lock tab (2) slides into the locked position.
Go to the Advanced Setup menu and reset the lamp life display to zero.
Figure 6-2. Changing the lamp cartridge
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6-3. Lamp Life Indicator
The elapsed operating time of the lamp is displayed on the Info sub-menu. From the Main menu, select INFO to display the
lamp life. As long as the lamp indicator bar is green, the lamp is good. When the bar changes to red, the lamp should be
changed.
After changing the projection lamp, the lamp life indicator must be reset to zero.
To reset the lamp life indicator:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Press the Menu button to display the main menu.
Select the Advanced Setup sub-menu using the Disc Pad.
Select Reset lamp display and press the Enter button.
The following message will display: “ Really reset lamp life display? OK! / Cancel”
Using the Disc Pad, select OK! and press Enter to acknowledge the change.
Press Menu to exit the menu system.
ü Note
To view the used/remaining lamp life: (1) Go to the Main Menu.
(2) Select “Info”. (3) Press the Enter button.
6-4. Cleaning the Projector
For best performance, keep your projector free of excess dust and surface dirt. Use a soft cloth to remove dust from the
projector housing. Use 3M Overhead Cleaner 676 to remove surface dirt and smudges from the projection lens.
!
Caution
Always unplug the projector when cleaning. Take care that no liquids get
inside the projector. There are high voltage parts inside the cabinet that may
cause electric shock.
Figure 6-3. Overhead Cleaner
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Section 7: Troubleshooting
7-1. Troubleshooting Problems and Solutions
Problem
Probable Cause
Possible Solution
•
Wrong Sync setting.
•
Wrong Tracking
value.
No computer image
projected. Message
“Looking for signal
...” displays.
•
•
•
•
No video image
projected.
•
•
Mouse does not
work.
•
•
•
Loose cable.
No power to
computer.
Wrong synchronization mode.
Loose cable.
No signal from video
source.
Loose cable.
Wrong connection.
Wrong power up
sequence.
Image is disturbed
or unstable.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Image off-center.
•
Image position.
•
Cannot get entire
image on the
screen.
•
Wrong Tracking
value.
Compatibility
problem.
•
Washed out image.
•
Wrong Contrast
setting.
Wrong Brightness
setting.
•
•
•
Humming noise.
Slowly passing
horizontal bars.
•
•
•
•
•
Signal sources are
•
connected to different
power sources.
VCR connected to
•
aerial system and to
projector.
Bad signal.
•
Set to factory default setting. (See below!)
Change Sync setting in the Picture menu for optimum
performance
For vertical interference stripes, change the Tracking in the
Picture menu for optimum performance.
Check and secure cable connections.
Turn on computer.
Adjust synchronization mode of the projector to the synchronization mode of the computer via Advanced Setup menu.
Check and secure cable connections.
Check video picture on TV.
Check and secure cable connections.
For PS/2 and ADB (Apple) mouse a special adapter is
necessary. Only use adapters from the original manufacturer
(Section 8-2).
The mouse emulation operates correctly only if the correct
power up sequence has been used (refer to section 3-5.)
Center image with the Disc Pad of the control panel or on
the remote control transmitter.
If vertical interference stripes occur, change the Tracking
value in the Picture menu for optimum performance.
Refer to the documentation for your graphic card. Change
the Resolution setting in the Picture menu to the resolution
of the video mode output from the computer graphic card.
Change Contrast setting in the Picture menu. The bar
should be in the middle position.
Lower Brightness setting in the Picture menu. Choosing
Brightness and pressing Enter can perform an automatic
adjustment.
Locate the source of disturbance. Disconnect the sources
one after another from the projector. Connect all sources to
a common power source.
Remove antenna connection from VCR. If the disturbance
disappears, use a by-pass filter (isolating transformer) to
connect the antenna to the VCR.
Try different input source.
The factory default settings of the projector can be restored by pressing Enter and Mute simultaneously on the control panel
when switching on the main power switch of the projector and pressing the Standby button afterwards.
The projector will start immediately and the message “ Parameter factory settings restored” displayed in the starting
screen will indicate the default settings are reset.
7-2. Service Information
For product information, product assistance, service information, or to order accessories or spare parts, please call:
In U.S. or Canada: 1-800-328-1371
In other locations, contact your local 3M Sales office.
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Section 8: Product Specifications
8-1. Technical Specifications
Display Technology
Resolution
Brightness
Colors
Contrast Ratio
Zoom / Focus / Height shift
Projection Lens
Picture Size
Projection Lamp
PC Compatibility
Video Compatibility
Input Terminals
Output Terminals
Communication Terminals
Scanning Rates
Audio Speakers
Height Adjuster
Unique Features
Remote Control Transmitter
Dimension (WxHxD)
Weight
Power Requirements
Power Consumption
Regulatory Approvals
Warranty
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Single DMD
1,024 x 768 (total 2,359,296 pixels)
625 (PAL) / 525 (NTSC) video lines to full screen size magnification
1,500 ANSI lumens
16,770,000 colors
150:1 (on/off)
Power control
Throw Ratio=1.44 – 2.59 / f=25 - 45 mm Power Zoom / Power Focus,
0° - 12° Power Height Shift
1.0 - 8.7 m (38 - 340 in.) diagonal,
2.6 m diagonal at 3.0 m distance and f=25 mm
350 W DC metal halide lamp
Resolution 640 x 400 (magnified), 1024 x 768 (native) and
1280 x 1024 (compressed)
(sync on green is available)
NTSC / NTSC 4.43 / PAL (including PAL-M, N) / SECAM, PAL-60
PC/RGB: RGB x 2 (D-Sub 15-pin)
PC/RGB: PC-Audio x 2 (3.5 mm stereo mini jack)
Video: RCA x 2 + SVHS x 1 + Camera/Aux x 1
Video: Audio x 3 (2 x RCA left/right)
RGB-Monitor: RGB x 1 (D-Sub 15-pin)
Audio: Audio x 1 (2 x RCA left/right)
RS-232C (D-Sub 9-pin)
Hor.: 15-86 kHz, Vert.: 50-160 Hz
20 Watts stereo surround sound
Front leg (additional 0°... 9°, variable)
Digital magnification,
Wireless infrared remote control
Projector control, PC/MAC mouse cursor control
331 x 137 x 272 mm
7.6 kg (17 lb.)
AC 100-240 V ±50/60 Hz
450 W
FCC Part 15, Class A, CE, UL
Two years limited warranty on parts and labor
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8-2. Accessory & Spare Parts List
Part Description
Part Number
78-6969-8586-6
Projection Lamp Kit
- Metal Halide Lamp (350W)
- Air Filter
Air Filter (included in lamp kit 78-6969-8577-5)
78-8118-3476-7
Power Cords (U.S., UK, Europe)
DY-0205-1356-9 (U.S.)
DY-0205-1355-1 (UK)
DY-0205-1354-4 (Europe)
For special power cords. See Appendix D-3
VGA Cable (15-15 pin male/male)
DY-0205-1271-0
Video Cable (S-Video Mini-DIN-4pin)
DY-0205-1010-2
Composite Video Cable (RCA to RCA)
DY-0205-1008-6
Audio Cable (RCA to 3.5 mm stereo)
DY-0205-1359-3
PC Serial Cable (PC mouse connection)
DY-0205-1007-8
Remote Control
78-8118-3475-9
Mac Cable Set (optional)
DY-0205-1361-9
Carry Case (optional)
78-6969-8587-4
Shipping Case (optional)
78-6969-8588-2
Mouse Y-Cable (optional)
DY-0205-1507-7
Extension Cable Kit (optional)
XX-0034-1714-2
Audio Cable (3.5 mm stereo to 3.5 mm stereo)
(optional)
26-1012-0683-2
Ceiling Mount Kit (optional)
78-6969-8591-6
Mac Cable Set (optional), Part number DY-0205-1361-9: This kit contains a Mac mouse adapter and a Mac video cable.
Extension Cable Kit (optional), Part number XX-0034-1714-2: The extension cable kit includes a video amplifier and 20 m
(65 ft.) video cable. The kit increases the allowable distance between the projector and the video source without burdening
the video source.
Mouse Y-Cable (optional), Part number DY-0205-1507-7: This cable provides user with the option to simultaneously operate
the MP8750 remote mouse and a PC mouse (only works with Microsoft serial mouse).
8-3. How to Order
Please order these parts through your dealer, or contact 3M Customer Service at the following number:
• In U.S. or Canada: 1–800–328–1371
• In other locations, contact your local 3M Sales office.
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