3M SCP725 Owner's Manual

3M SCP725 Owner's Manual
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Super Close Projection System
SCP725
Operator’s Guide
April 2012 • 78-6971-1572-9 • Copyright © 2011, 3M Company. All Rights Reserved.
3M™ Super Close Projection System SCP725
Operator’s Guide
Contents
Introduction
Safety Information
Intended Use...................................................................................................................................................9
Safety Labels................................................................................................................................................12
Contents of Shipping Box
Keep Your Packing Materials.......................................................................................................................13
What’s Next?................................................................................................................................................13
Product Description
Machine Characteristics................................................................................................................................14
Dimensions...................................................................................................................................................14
Projector Distance from Screen and Image Size..........................................................................................15
Vertical Lens Shift........................................................................................................................................15
Parts Identification........................................................................................................................................16
Projector Terminal Connections...................................................................................................................16
I/O Module Control Panel (optional accessory)...........................................................................................17
Top Terminal Panel on I/O Module..............................................................................................................17
Bottom Terminal Panel on I/O Module........................................................................................................18
Remote Control Functions............................................................................................................................19
Installing Batteries in Remote Control.........................................................................................................20
Setup and System Configuration..................................................................................................................20
Operating Instructions
Projector Start Up.........................................................................................................................................21
Stand By Mode.............................................................................................................................................21
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Thank You for Choosing 3M Equipment.......................................................................................................5
Trademarks.....................................................................................................................................................5
Important Notice.............................................................................................................................................5
Warranty; Limited Remedy; Limited Liability...............................................................................................5
Product Patents...............................................................................................................................................7
Regulatory Notices.........................................................................................................................................7
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Menu Navigation
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Main Menu....................................................................................................................................................22
Input Menu....................................................................................................................................................23
Picture Menu.................................................................................................................................................24
Advanced Picture Menu...............................................................................................................................25
Audio Menu..................................................................................................................................................26
Setup Menu...................................................................................................................................................27
Advanced Setup Menu..................................................................................................................................28
Information Menu.........................................................................................................................................29
Machine Specifications
Maintenance
Lamp Replacement.......................................................................................................................................31
Cleaning the Air Vents..................................................................................................................................32
Cleaning the Lamp Module and Lamp Compartment..................................................................................33
Troubleshooting
Identifying an Expired Lamp Module..........................................................................................................35
I/O Module Troubleshooting........................................................................................................................36
Projector Troubleshooting............................................................................................................................36
Projector Indicator Lights.............................................................................................................................39
I/O Module Indicator Lights.........................................................................................................................39
Replacement Parts and Accessories
Replacement Parts........................................................................................................................................40
Optional Accessories (not shown)................................................................................................................40
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Introduction
Thank You for Choosing 3M Equipment
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This product has been produced in accordance with 3M’s quality and safety standards to provide smooth and
trouble free use in the years to come. For optimum performance, please follow the operating instructions
carefully. We hope you will enjoy using this high performance product in your classroom, meetings,
presentations, and training sessions. This product is Class A and can not be sold into the home market.
Trademarks
The 3M logo and 3M are registered trademarks of 3M Company. Vikuiti is a trademark of 3M Company. Digital
Light Processing is a trademark or registered trademark of Texas Instruments. All other trademarks or registered
trademarks are property of their respective companies. HDMI, the HDMI Logo and High-Definition Multimedia
Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.
Important Notice
All statements, technical information, and recommendations related to 3M’s products are based on information
believed to be reliable, but the accuracy or completeness is not guaranteed. Before using this product, you
must evaluate it and determine if it is suitable for your intended application. You assume all risks and liability
associated with such use. Any statements related to the product which are not contained in 3M’s current
publications, or any contrary statements contained on your purchase order shall have no force or effect unless
expressly set forth in a written agreement signed by an authorized officer of 3M.
Warranty; Limited Remedy; Limited Liability
This warranty applies to the continental US only. The warranty terms, conditions, remedy and limitation may
vary in other countries. Contact your local 3M Company for warranty information.
The 3M SCP700 Series projector (the “3M Product”) is warranted to be free from defects in material or
manufacture for a period of three (3) years from the date of purchase or 4,000 hours of usage, whichever
occurs first.
All other accessories of the 3M Product (those in the applicable modular configurations), excluding the projector
lamps, but including the wall mounts, ceiling mounts, digital annotation sensors, and input/output devices
are warranted to be free from defects in material or manufacture for a period of one (1) year from the date
of purchase.
The lamp component of the 3M Product is warranted to be free from defects in material and manufacture for a
period of ninety (90) days after the date of purchase of the 3M Product or 180 hours of lamp usage, whichever
occurs first. This warranty is for parts only and in the case of an approved warranty claim for a lamp; your
exclusive remedy will be for a replacement product shipped to your location.
Optional product upgrades and/or accessories that are not sold as part of any modular configuration are subject to
individual warranties.
THE WARRANTIES STATED ABOVE ARE EXCLUSIVE AND ARE MADE IN PLACE OF ANY AND
ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS, INCLUDING ANY
IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR ANY
INDUSTRY PRACTICE OR CUSTOM OR TRADE USAGE.
In the event the 3M Product fails to conform to the above stated warranties within the applicable warranty
period, your exclusive remedy shall be, at 3M’s option, to replace or repair the 3M Product or to refund the
purchase price of the 3M Product. All replaced parts or products become property of 3M. If the product is
repaired, 3M will repair the defective part(s) with a new or used part(s). If the 3M Product is replaced, 3M
will replace the 3M Product with the same or equivalent model and with a new or refurbished 3M Product. In
the case of an approved warranty claim, the replacement 3M Product will carry only the remaining term of the
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original 3M Product’s warranty period as stated above. For warranty service, you must provide proof of the
date of the original purchase else the manufacturing code date will be used to establish the start date of
the warranty. The following are exclusions to the above listed warranty:
a.This warranty does not cover 3M Product that is modified or damaged through improper storage, misuse,
abuse, accident, vandalism, improper installation, neglect, improper shipping, damage caused by acts of war,
disasters such as fire, flood, and lightning, improper electrical current, software problems, interaction with
non-3M products, or service other than by a 3M Authorized Service Provider, neglect or mishandling by any
person. Normal wear and tear is not covered under warranty.
b.3M Product is designed to operate in the typical indoor environment. This warranty does not cover 3M
Product used outside of the following circumstances:
• 100V-240V AC, 50/60 Hz
• Office (or similar) Environments with low levels of smoke or air born particulates.
Altitude
0-4000 ft (normal fan speed)
4000-6000 ft (high fan speed)
Temperature
5°C - 35°C (41°F - 95°F)
5°C - 35°C (41°F - 95°F)
Humidity
25% to 80%
(non-condensing)
• Storage conditions: -20°C to 60°C, maximum 40,000 ft.
c.The Air Intake and Exhaust Vent must be clear of obstructions, including any potential blockage or
obstructions caused from a ceiling or other mount. Inadequate air ventilation will cause the 3M Product to
malfunction or will cause damage to the 3M Product which will void the warranty.
d. This warranty does not cover any additional costs including, but not limited to, those associated with
removal, cleaning or installation of the 3M Product, adjustments, (mechanical or electronic) made to the 3M
Product or replacing customer replaceable parts like lamps and air filters.
e. This warranty covers only normal use of the product. 24-hour-per-day or other excessive continual use
causes strain and is not considered normal use.
f. This warranty does not cover consumables (e.g., fuses), other than lamps and only as set forth below.
g. This warranty is not transferable.
h. 3M is not responsible for warranty service should the 3M label or logo or the rating label or serial number be
removed unless otherwise stated in writing for the purpose of private labeling for partnership requirements.
i. This warranty does not cover postage, insurance, or shipping costs incurred in presenting your 3M Product
for warranty service. Said costs are the customer’s responsibility. If a claimed defect cannot be identified or
reproduced in service, the customer may be held responsible for cost incurred. Should your warranty upgrade
include a “change out” service and the claimed defect cannot be identified or reproduced by the technician,
the customer will be responsible for call out costs.
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN THE APPROPRIATE 3M PRODUCT
MANUAL OR FAILURE TO USE THE 3M PRODUCT IN ACCORDANCE WITH 3M’S INTENDED
USE STATEMENT, WILL VOID ALL WARRANTIES AND LIMITED REMEDIES.
EXCEPT AS SPECIFICALLY STATED IN THE APPLICABLE 3M PRODUCT MANUAL, 3M SHALL
NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
(INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, LOSS OF PROFITS, REVENUE OR BUSINESS) RESULTING
FROM, OR IN ANY WAY RELATED TO PERFORMANCE, USE OR INABILITY TO USE ANY OF THE 3M
PRODUCT. This limitation applies regardless of the legal theory upon which damages are sought.
For warranty support, please call or write your local 3M office or a 3M Authorized Service Provider to obtain
RMA # (Return Material Authorization Number) before returning the product. If you are inside the Continental
United States of America, please contact 3M Customer Service at 800-328-1371 or email [email protected]
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What 3M Will Do To Correct Problems:
• If your 3M Product requires service, 3M will ask you to bring or send the 3M Product, securely packaged in its
original container or equivalent, along with proof of the date of original purchase, to your 3M Service Dealer or
3M Service Center.
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• 3M will, at its option, repair or replace the defective unit without charge for parts or labor. Return of the
3M Product will be at 3M’s expense.
• When warranty service involves the exchange of the 3M Product or of a part, the item replaced becomes
3M property.
• The exchanged 3M Product or part may be new or previously refurbished to the 3M standard of quality, and at
3M’s option, the replacement may be another model of like kind and quality.
• 3M’s liability for replacement of the warranted 3M Product or part will not exceed the original retail selling
price of the 3M Product. Exchange or replacement products or parts assume the remaining warranty period
of the product covered by this limited warranty. However, each replacement lamp carries the limited 90-day
warranty stated above.
Product Patents
This product is covered by one or more of the following patents:
U.S. Patent Number D555,184
U.S. Patent Number 7,123,426
U.S. Patent Number 7,126,767
U.S. Patent Number 7,271,964
Regulatory Notices
Video signal cables: Only use cables delivered by the manufacturer.
FCC STATEMENT - CLASS A: This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to
the following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Instructions to Users: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide a reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user
will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Notice: This Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment
Regulations.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement sur le materiel brouilleur du
Canada.
Instructions to Users: This equipment complies with the requirements of FCC equipment provided that the
following conditions are met. The cables may have to be used with the core set to the projector side. Use the
cables which are included with the projector or specified.
Note: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the
user’s authority to operate the equipment.
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CE STATEMENT
Electromagnetic Compatibility Statement: Meets 2004/108/EC Directive
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Low Voltage Directive: Meets 2006-95-EC Directive.
WEEE STATEMENT: The following information is only for EU-members States: The mark shown
to the right is in compliance with Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive 2002/96/EC
(WEEE). The mark indicates the requirement NOT to dispose the equipment as unsorted municipal
waste, but use the return and collection systems according to local law.
RoHS STATEMENT: 3M Projection Systems can provide RoHS certification for products meeting the
RoHS directive.1
European (EU) Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Directive, 2002/95/EC.
RoHS compliant means that the product or part does not contain any of the substances in excess of the
following maximum concentration values in any homogeneous material, unless the substance is in an application
that is exempt under RoHS, as amended:(a) 0.1% (by weight) for lead, mercury, hexavalent chromium,
polybrominated biphenyls or polybrominated diphenyl ethers; or (b) 0.01% (by weight) for cadmium. This
information represents 3M’s knowledge and belief, which may be based on information provided by third party
suppliers to 3M.
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Safety Information
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Please read, understand, and follow all safety information contained in these instructions prior to the use of this
projector. Retain these instructions for future reference.
Intended Use
Before operating the machine, please read the entire manual thoroughly. This product was designed, built and
tested for use indoors, using 3M lamps and hardware. The use of other replacement lamps, outdoor operation or
different voltages has not been tested and could damage the projector or peripheral equipment and/or create a
potentially unsafe operating condition.
This projector is designed to operate in a normal office/classroom environment.
Altitude
0-4000 ft (normal fan speed)
4000-6000 ft (high fan speed)
Temperature
5°C - 35°C (41°F - 95°F)
5°C - 35°C (41°F - 95°F)
Humidity
25% to 80%
(non-condensing)
The ambient operating environment should be free of airborne smoke, grease, oil and other contaminants that can
affect the operation or performance of the projector.
Use of this product in adverse conditions will void the product warranty.
Explanation of Signal Words and Symbols in Safety Labels and Instructions
WARNING: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which if not avoided, could
result in death or serious injury and/or property damage.
CAUTION: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which if not avoided, may
result in minor or moderate injury and/or property damage.
Warning: Hazardous Voltage
Warning: Hot Surface – High Temperature Lamp
Warning: High Pressure
Attention: Read Accompanying Documentation
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m WARNING
To reduce the risk associated with hazardous voltage:
• Do not operate this projector in wet environments or outdoors.
• Do not modify this projector or power cord.
• Do not remove any screws other than those specified in the lamp replacement instructions.
• Do not attempt to service the projector other than the lamp cartridge. There are no user serviceable
parts inside the projector.
• Contact a 3M authorized service provider for service.
• Disconnect power cord when the projector is not in use for extended periods of time, during lamp
replacement, and while cleaning.
• Do not allow water or other liquids to enter the projector.
To reduce the risk associated with hazardous voltage and/or fire:
• Replace power cord if damaged.
• Contact a 3M authorized service provider if the projector becomes damaged.
• Use a grounded extension cord with a rating at least equal to that of the projector.
• Connect this projector to a grounded outlet.
To reduce the risk associated with choking:
• Keep the battery and battery cover away from children and pets.
To reduce the risk associated with hazardous voltage, impact, tripping, or intense visible light:
• Do not use this projector around unsupervised children.
To reduce the risk associated with sharp objects, premature lamp failure, exposure to mercury:
• Always handle the fragile lamp module with care.
• Replace the lamp module when the lamp replacement message appears.
• Never replace the lamp module with a previously used lamp module.
• Remove the projector from the ceiling or wall mount before replacing the lamp.
To reduce the risk associated with permanent vision impairment:
• Do not allow a child under the age of 8 years to view 3D images.
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To reduce the risk associated with eye strain, nausea, dizziness, headache:
• Take a break every hour for 15 minutes.
• Do not view 3D images or 3D full motion videos while standing or walking.
• Only use 3D Active Glasses for viewing field sequential 3D projected images.
• View 3D image from at least 2 m (7 feet) or greater distance.
• Make sure the right-eye and left-eye images are properly synchronized using the 3D menu of the
projector.
To reduce the risk associated with falling:
• Do not view 3D images or 3D full motion videos while standing or walking.
• Do not allow anyone with a history of photosensitive diseases like epilepsy to wear 3D glasses or
view field-sequential 3D projected images.
• Do not wear 3D Active Glasses while walking or standing.
To reduce the risk associated with intense visible light:
• Avoid looking directly into the projector lens while the lamp is on.
To reduce the risk associated with impact of a falling projector:
• Use only the 3M brand wall/ceiling mounting hardware kit if wall or ceiling mounting is desired.
• Installation of the 3M brand wall/ceiling kit must only be performed by qualified personnel.
• Adhere strictly to the proper installation procedure as outlined in the installation instructions when
installing the 3M wall/ceiling kit.
• When not mounted, always operate the unit on a flat and sturdy surface.
To reduce the risk associated with explosion, and/or chemicals from leaking battery:
• Use only with battery type AAA.
• Orient the battery’s plus (+) and minus (-) terminals according to the markings found on the remote
control.
• Do not leave the battery in the remote for an extended period of time.
• Do not heat, disassemble, short, recharge, or expose the batteries to fire or high temperature.
• Do not carry batteries loose in your pocket or purse.
• Avoid eye and skin contact in the event that battery would leak.
• Do not mix used and new batteries.
To reduce the risk associated with tripping, and/or impact:
• Position the power cord and cables so that they can not be tripped over.
To reduce the risk associated with environmental contamination:
• Dispose of mercury lamp, exhausted batteries, and other electronic components in accordance with
applicable federal, state and local regulations.
To reduce the risk associated with lamp rupture related hazards:
• In event of lamp rupture, call 3M authorized service provider for repair. Ruptured lamp repair is
not user serviceable.
• Wash your hands thoroughly if contact with ruptured lamp debris has taken place.
• Ventilate the area where the lamp rupture occurs. The lamp operates at high temperature.
To reduce the risk associated with hot surface of lamp cartridge:
• Before replacing the lamp, allow the lamp to cool for 60 minutes and then unplug the projector
from the electrical outlet.
To reduce the risk associated with environmental contamination due to mercury:
• Hg: Lamp contains mercury. Don’t throw in trash. Dispose according to local, state, or federal
laws. See www.lamprecycle.org or call 1-800-328-1371.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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Safety Labels
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The following safety labels are used on this product.
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Contents of Shipping Box
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This projector is shipped with the necessary cables required for standard DVD player, PC or laptop computer
connections. Carefully unpack and verify that you have all of the items shown below. If any of these items are
missing, please contact your place of purchase.
The shipping carton contains the following items illustrated below. If any of these items are missing, please
contact your place of purchase.
1. Projector
2. Remote Control Transmitter (batteries included)
3. VGA to VGA cable, 1.8m (15-pin Male)
4. Power cord
5. Operator’s Guide CD
1
6. USB A-B cable, 1.8m (not shown)
4
2
3
5
Note: This projector is compatible with two different remote controls .
Keep Your Packing Materials
Save the shipping box and packing materials in the event this product should require shipping to a 3M Service
Center for repair. Use packing material to protect projector.
What’s Next?
Take a few minutes to review the machine characteristics before you setup and operate the projector. We hope
you will enjoy using this high performance product in your classrooms, presentations and training sessions. This
product has been produced in accordance with 3M’s highest quality and safety standards to provide smooth and
trouble-free use in the years to come.
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Product Description
The 3M SCP725 integrates short-arc lamp and Digital Light Processing™ (DLP) technology. It accepts input
from computer and/or video sources and projects a bright image through 3M™ Vikuiti™ Super Close Projection
technology.
Machine Characteristics
The 3M SCP725 offers the following features:
•
Native Resolution 1024x768 XGA
•
On-screen menu with 9 languages (English, French, Deutsch, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Chinese Traditional,
Chinese Simplified, Korean)
•
Lamp Life of 5000 hours (ECO mode)
•
Lamp Life of 3000 hours (Bright mode)
•
Image size: 30" to 150" diagonal
•
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
•
Digital keystone correction
•
Vertical Lens Shift
•
RS232 Control capable
•
3M Super Close Projection technology
Dimensions
4.6 in.
116.2 cm
10.2 in.
359.1 cm
2.5 in.
63.4 cm
1.9 in.
47.5 cm
5.0 in.
126.6 cm
2.6 in.
65.1 mm
12.9 in.
326.6 cm
2.1 in.
54.0 mm
2.7 in.
68.0 mm
3.3 in.
82.639 cm
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Projector Distance from Screen and Image Size
Refer to the chart below for the projector-to-screen distance and corresponding projected image size values.
Distance (D)
in
mm
24 3/4
629
29 3/4
755
34 5/8
880
37 1/8
943
39 5/8
1006
44 1/2
1132
49 1/2
1258
74 1/4
1886
Offset Min (S)
in
mm
2 3/8
61
3
73
3 1/4
85
3 1/2
91
3 3/4
98
4 1/4
110
4 3/4
122
7 1/4
183
Offset Max (S)
in
mm
5 1/2
137
6 1/2
165
7 1/2
192
8
206
8 3/4
219
9 3/4
247
10 3/4
274
16 1/4
411
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Image Size
Diagonal Width Height (H)
50
40
30
60
48
36
70
56
42
75
60
45
80
64
48
90
72
54
100
80
60
150
120
90
Vertical Lens Shift
The lens-shift feature will vertically offset the picture from 1¼ in. (30 mm) up to 4 ½ in. (117 mm)
depending on the projector-to-screen distance and size of the projected image. This adjustment is
typically used with wall mount applications as a fine-adjustment to the vertical position of the projected
image. Turn the adjustment screw to vertically raise or lower the physical position of the lens. Refer to
the chart above for the offset values.
Note: The Lens-Shift adjustment screw does not adjust or change any keystone properties.
H
S
2-1/2 in. (63mm)
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Parts Identification
1. Super Close Projection Lens
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2. Focus Adjustment
3. Lens-shift
2
4. Remote Control IR Sensor
4
3
6
5
7
5. Status Indicator Light
6. Standby/On Button
7. Lamp Cover
8. Ventilation Slots
9. HDMI Port
1
10. Control Input
11. Computer/Component Input
13
14
12. Slot for Kensington™ Lock
8
12
13. USB Port (For remote mouse functionality)
15
14. AC Power Cord Connection
11
10
9
15. Height Adjustment Foot
Projector Terminal Connections
AC Power
USB
1
2
#
1
2
Projector Panel
A/C Power
USB
3
4
COMPUTER
I/O Module Control
5
HDMI
16
Computer
3
I/O Module Control
4
5
Function
Connect AC power cord to projector.
Connect projector USB (B-type) to computer USB port to control computer
pointer with remote control.
Input VIDEO signal from a computer source.
Connect projector control port to computer serial port with RS232 adapter or
the 3M I/O Module and control the projector.
Connect the projector a HDMI video source or DVI-D video source. The
SCP725 does not connect audio through the HDMI port.
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I/O Module Control Panel (optional accessory)
If your projector has the optional I/O Module installed, the projector functions can be operated from the I/O
Module Control Panel.
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#
1
2
3
I/O Module Control Panel
ON/OFF
Volume +/Source
4
5
6
Menu
Arrow Buttons
ENTER
(Center of Arrow buttons)
2
3
5
4
6
Function
Turns the projector on and off
Increases (+) or decreases (-) audio level
Switches the displayed input source. Switching order: Computer 1 =>
Computer 2 => S-Video => Video
Displays the projector’s menu system.
Navigate up/down or left/right through projector’s Menu system.
Select menu item and confirm menu selections
Top Terminal Panel on I/O Module
Use the Top Terminal Panel to connect the projector to the I/O Module box.
Audio
Power
USB
USB
Control
Signal
To Projector
1
2
#
1
Top Terminal Panel
Audio Power
2
USB (Hub)
3
4
5
CONTROL
Signal
Audio Out
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4
Audio
Out
5
I/O Module
Function
Relay Audio power (from bottom terminal) through to speaker
amplifier.
Connect two USB devices (like the projector’s remote mouse) to a
single USB port on computer connected to the I/O Module’s bottom
terminal panel.
Connect IO/Module to projector I/O Module CONTROL terminal.
Connect I/O Module to projector COMPUTER port.
Connect IO/Module to external speakers or speakers in 3M Folding
Wall Mount FWMSV2.
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Bottom Terminal Panel on I/O Module
Use the Bottom Terminal Panel to connect the I/O Module box to the Computer/Video source.
2
3
4
9
10
11
5
6
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1
I/O Module
7
#
1
Bottom Terminal Panel
Audio Power
2
3
Computer2/Component2
Serial RS-232
4
5
6
7
Video
RCA Input R/L
Stereo Mini 2
USB
8
Ethernet
9
10
11
12
13
Computer1/ Component1
Computer Out
S-Video
Stereo Mini 1
Audio Out
18
8
12
13
Function
Supplies power to 3M Folding Wall Mount speakers from the power
supply included with the 3M Folding Wall Mount.
Input for computer or component video device.
Passes control commands from a computer or control system to the
projector.
Input for composite video devices.
Right and Left Channel Audio Input.
Stereo Audio input for Computer2.
Connects the two devices connected to the top terminal panel USB
ports to a computer.
Allow access to the projector control webpage and control command
over a network remote monitoring & control.
Input for computer or component video device.
Output the signal from the Computer 1 port.
Video device input for S-video
Stereo Audio input
Connects selected audio input to active speakers or audio amplifier.
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Remote Control Functions
Use a USB cable to connect from the PC to the SCP725 or SCP I/O Module (if equipped) and aim the remote
control toward the projection screen or at the IR sensor on the projector. Press desired remote control button to
send a signal to the projector.
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Note: This projector is compatible with two remote control transmitters.
ON/STANDBY
ON/
STANDBY
INPUT/
SOURCE
MENU
MUTE
OFF: Press to display confirmation message, press again to
switch projector to Standby mode.
INPUT/ SOURCE
Volume +
Volume –
Mute
ZOOM
VOL
Menu
L-Click
(top remote only)
R-Click
FREEZE
BLANK
TIMER
ON: Press to turn projector ON.
Up Arrow
Down Arrow
Left Arrow
Right Arrow
Mouse Pad
Blank
Freeze
Timer
Zoom +
Zoom Trigger Button
(bottom remote only)
Note: The confirmation message displays to ensure unit
does not get turned off accidentally.
Press for current input source. Press again to select different
computer/video input.
Computer 1/Component 1 –> Computer 2/Component 2 –>
RCA Composite Video –> S-Video –> HDMI]
Press to increase speaker volume.
Press to decrease speaker volume.
Press to switch the audio sound ON or OFF.
Press to display the Main Menu. When a menu is open, press
to exit menu.
Performs remote Left Mouse click function (when USB is
connected to projector USB)
Performs remote Right Mouse click function (when USB is
connected to projector USB).
Moves cursor upward through menu items.
Moves cursor downward through menu items.
Moves cursor left through menu items. Moves .ppt slides
backwards.
Moves cursor to right through menu items. Moves .ppt slides
forward.
Allows remote mouse functions. Allows Pan function when
in Zoom mode.
Press to replace projected image with black image. Press
again to return projection image.
Press to temporarily freeze movement on current image in
motion. Press again to return to active image.
Note: This function is intended for a few minutes only.
Press to initiate a 10:00 minute digital timer. Press up/down
arrows to change timer clock by 1 minute intervals up to
99:00.
Press and hold to increase the size of the displayed image up
to 200 percent.
Press and hold to decrease size of the displayed image down
to 100 percent
Pull trigger for remote LEFT mouse button functions. In
menu mode, use for remote Enter / Select functions.
Trigger button on
backside of remote
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1. Push down on cover to unlatch it. Slide cover off.
2. Install same type of batteries with the correct
polarities.
3. Reinstall battery cover.
Note: Verify the battery cover is fully latched before
using the remote control.
[OR]
Setup and System Configuration
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Operating Instructions
Projector Start Up
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Read the Important Safeguards before operating the SCP725. After all cable connections have been completed,
refer to Setup and Configuration, the projector can be powered up.
For best results, please observe the following start up sequence.
1.Power ON all of the connected equipment.
2.Plug the supplied power cord into the AC inlet of the projector.
3.Press the On/Standby button on the projector or remote control. The lamp will turn on and an image will
appear and grow brighter on the screen.
4.
If the security feature is activated, enter the 4-digit PIN code.
a. Press the left/right arrow to move the cursor through each PIN field.
b. Press the up/down arrows to change the value in each field.
5. c. Press the Trigger button on the remote to enter the PIN access code.
Check all ventilation slots and clear away any obstructions.
6. Extend or retract front adjustment foot to obtain best image height.
PIN Code
Note: Rotate foot for fine adjustment.
7. Turn the focus adjustment (top of projector) to obtain the best image sharpness.
Stand By Mode
When an image is not being projected, place the unit into standby mode.
1. Press the On/Standby button on the Remote Control or the On/Off button on the I/O Box. When the
message “Press the power button to turn the unit off” displays, press the On/Standby button again.
2.The lamp will switch off and the power button will first turn red indicating the unit is in lockout and then
after 90 seconds the button turns amber to indicate the unit is in standby mode.
Note: In standby mode, the cooling fans will continue to run for 5 minutes and then turn off.
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Menu Navigation
To display the on screen menus, press the MENU button on the remote control or I/O Module. Use the remote
control Up/Down ARROW buttons to select the desired menu (see table below), then pull the TRIGGER button
(bottom of remote control) to display it.
Use the remote control ARROW buttons within a submenu to select the various options displayed on the screen,
then pull the TRIGGER button to initiate that option or setting.
To exit an on-screen submenu, press the MENU button.
Main Menu
The main menu is the first system menu to display when the MENU button is pressed. Click on the menu icons
to display the desired submenu.
Main Menu
Menu Icon
Menu Description
Input Menu – Select the desired computer or video input source.
Picture Menu – Adjust the following picture features: mode, brightness, contrast, color
intensity, tint, sharpness, video noise reduction, aspect ratio, and menu reset. Note: Displays
only when input source is connected.
Advanced
Advanced Picture Menu – Adjust the following settings for the detected signal source: over
scan, brightness/color, horizontal position, vertical position, frequency, phase, & menu reset.
Audio Menu – Adjust the following audio settings: volume, mute, audio input (stereo mini-1,
stereo mini-2, RCA), menu reset.
Setup Menu – Select or adjust the following settings: menu languages, auto shutoff timer,
keystone, lamp hours, lamp mode, fan mode, projection mode, factory reset, PIN code and
menu reset.
Information Menu – Display the current system information: input resolution, H/V
frequency, lamp hours, system hours, IP address/net mask/gateway for I/O module Ethernet
interface, user revision.
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Input Menu
The Input Menu, shown below, is used to select the desired computer or video input source to be displayed on
the projector.
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Input
Input Source: Computer 1
✓ Computer 1 / Component 1
Computer 2 / Component 2
RCA Video
S-Video
HDMI
Feature
Main Input
Description
Select the Input source to be displayed on the projector.
1. Computer 1 / Component 2 [Computer 1 = default]
2. Computer 2 / Component 2 [Displays only when I/O module is connected]
3. RCA Video (Composite video)
4. S-Video
5. HDMI
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Picture Menu
The Picture Menu, shown below, is used to adjust the picture settings to display the best possible image.
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Picture
Input Source: Computer 1
Picture Mode
Brightness
Contrast
Color
Hue
Sharpness
Video Noise Reduction
Aspect Ratio
Advanced
Enhanced Photo 
50 |·······················|
50 |·······················|
50 |·······················|
0 |·······················|
0 |·······················|
On
Full Screen

Reset
Feature
Picture Mode
Brightness
Contrast
Color *
(see note)
Hue *
(see note)
Sharpness
Video Noise Reduction
Aspect Ratio
Advanced
Reset
Description
Select the best mode to optimize the
projector image.
1. Max Brightness
2. Enhanced Photo
3. Enhanced
4. Photo
Adjust brightness (low to high) of
displayed image
Adjust the contrast (dark to light) in the
displayed image
Adjust the intensity of color in the
displayed image
Adjust the balance of red (-) to green (+)
for video signals.
Adjust the displayed image to look sharper
or softer
Turn noise reduction ON or OFF
Set aspect ratio to: [Full Screen or 16:9 or
Native]
Navigate to the Advanced picture setting
menu. This option is for Computer/
Component input and only displays when
the I/O Module is connected.
Reset values in this menu only
Range
N/A
Default
VGA-Max Brightness
Video-Enhanced Photo
0–100
50
0–100
50
0–100
50
-15–+15
0
-15–+15
0
N/A
Off
N/A
Full Screen
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
* Note: Tint/Hue can only be adjusted for S-Video and RCA video input signals
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Advanced Picture Menu
The Picture Menu with the Advanced option selected, shown below, is used to adjust the projected image for
Computer and Component inputs only.
Input Source: Computer 1
Over Scan
Color / Brightness
Horizontal Position
Vertical Position
Frequency
Phase
3D Control
3D Reverse
97 |···········●············|
10 |·······················●|
0 |···········●············|
0 |···········●············|
0 |···········●············|
0 |···········●············|
Off
Off
Reset
Feature
Over Scan
Brightness / Color
Horizontal
Position
Vertical Position
Frequency
Phase
3D Control
3D Reverse
Reset
►
Description
Adjust cropping of image boundaries from 90th to
100th percentile (increments of 1 percent).
Adjust the white peaking value of the DMD.
(0 = lowest white peaking value, 10 = highest value)
Adjust horizontal position of projected image.
(Only for Computer 1 or Computer 2 input source)
Adjust vertical position of projected image.
(Only for Computer 1 or Computer 2 input source)
Adjust the horizontal width of the projected image.
(Only for Computer 1 or Computer 2 input source)
Adjust clock phase to reduce image distortion.
(Only for Computer 1 or Computer 2 input source)
Turns on or off TI 3D DLP-Link. On reverts to Off
but Always On is not affected when the projector is
removed from its power source.
Turn on 3D Reverse. 3D Reverse flips the order of
the left and right image for the eyes in the event they
are out of sync. The left and right image are out of
sync when the images in the background appear closer
than the image is the foreground. On reverts to Off
but Always On is not affected when the projector is
removed from its power source.
Reset values in this menu only
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Picture
Range
90–100
0–10
Default
Video = 97
VGA = 100
Computer = 10
Video = 3
N/A
0
N/A
0
-50–+50
0
-15–+15
0
On / Off /
Always On
N/A
On / Off /
Always On
N/A
N/A
N/A
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Audio Menu
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(Menu displays only if I/O Module is connected)
The Audio Menu, shown below, is used to adjust the audio settings and select the audio input source to play
through the projector.
Audio
Input Source: Computer 1
Volume
Mute
10 |·······················|
Off

Audio Input
√ Stereo Mini 1
Stereo Mini 2
RCA
Reset
Feature
Volume
Mute
Description
Adjust volume level (0 = muted, 20 = full volume)
Turn mute mode ON and OFF
Select the audio input source to process.
Audio Input
Stereo Mini 1 – VGA/Component
Stereo Mini 2 – VGA2/Component
RCA – S-Video/Component
Reset values in this menu only
Reset
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
Range
0–20
N/A
Default
10
OFF
N/A
PC
N/A
N/A
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Setup Menu
The Setup Menu, shown below, is used to configure the basic projector operating parameters.
Input Source: Computer 1
Language
Auto Shutoff Minutes
Keystone
Reset Lamp Hrs
Lamp Mode
Fan Mode
Projection Mode
Factory Reset All
Advanced
English

Off |······················|
0 |······················|

Normal

Normal

Front Projection 


Reset
Feature
Language
Auto Shutoff
Minutes
Keystone
Reset Lamp Hours
Lamp Mode
Fan Mode
Projection Mode
Factory Reset
Advanced
Reset
Description
Select the language for menu displays
[1-English, 2-French, 3-Spanish, 4-German, 5-Italian,
6-Japanese, 7-Chinese Traditional, 8-Chinese Simplified,
9-Korean]
Set the number of idle minutes (no input source detected
and no commands issued) before the projector will
automatically shut off.
Vertical keystone adjustment.
Reset lamp hour status indicator. See Information Menu.
Bright, Normal, ECO
Normal, High
1-Front Projection, 2-Rear Projection, 3-Front Ceiling,
4-Rear Ceiling
Reset all menu items to FACTORY DEFAULT settings
Select the Advanced Setup Menu.
Reset values in this menu only
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Setup

Range
Default
N/A
English
0–60
10
-40 – +40
N/A
N/A
N/A
0
N/A
Normal
Normal
Front
Projection
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
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Advanced Setup Menu
The Advanced Setup Menu, shown below, is used to initiate the PIN code feature (turn On/Off) and set the
PIN code.
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Advanced Setup
Input Source: Computer 1
PIN Authentication
Change PIN
Network Control
Closed Captioning
De-Magnify
Pan Horizontal
Pan Vertical
Off
Off
►
►
►
Off
►
0 |···········●············|
0 |···········●············|
0 |···········●············|
New PIN
▄▄▄▄
Feature
PIN Authentication
Description
Turn the PIN code security feature On or Off.
Change the 4-digit PIN access code as desired.
Range
N/A
Default
Off
Set PIN code
Note: When PIN security is enabled, the PIN access
code will automatically set to the default value 3349.
Turns the network control function on and off. The
network control feature allows a computer to open
the control web page on I/O module and control the
projector.
0–9
3349
On/Off
On
Pan Horizontal
To view the control web page, connect the I/O
module into the local area network and type the
I/O module's IP address into the address bar of a
web browser. (The IP address can be found in the
projector’s information menu. See the next page.)
The control web page will display. A RS-232 and
network control guide is available at www.mmm.
com\meetings in the Technical Documents section.
Turns on Closed Captioning. CC1, CC2, CC3, and
CC4 are the different Close Caption channels. CC1 is
the primary channel for most content. The content on
CC2, CC3, and CC4 may vary on video source.
Reduces the image size from 100% to 50% of the
projected image size.
Positions the image horizontally
Pan Vertical
Positions the image vertically
Reset
Reset setting to factory default.
Network Control
Closed Captioning
De-Magnify
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Off / CC1 /
CC2 / CC3 Off
/ CC4
50 to 100
100
-5 to +5
0
-5 to +5
0
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Information Menu
The Information Menu, shown below, is used to display current projector configuration settings.
Input Source: Computer 1
Input Resolution
H Frequency
V Frequency
Lamp Hours
System Hours
IP Address
Net Mask
Gateway
User Ver.
Feature
Input Resolution
H Frequency
V Frequency
Lamp Hours
System Hours
IP Address *
(see note)
Net Mask *
(see note)
Gateway *
(see note)
User Revision
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Information
1024 x 768
31.75 KHz
60 Hz
1235
2356
192.168.1.10
255.255.255.0
192.168.1.1
0.0.8
Description
Displays the current input Resolution
Displays the current input H-Frequency
Displays the current input V-Frequency
Displays the current lamp operating hours for the installed lamp
Displays the current total system time accumulated
Displays the current IP Address for the I/O module Ethernet interface
Displays the current Net Mask for the I/O module Ethernet interface
Displays the current gateway for the I/O module Ethernet interface
Displays the current User Version
* Note: This field displays only when the I/O Module is connected.
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Machine Specifications
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Item
Acoustic Noise Level
Auto Detect & Install
Computer Compatibility
Conditions for usage environment
Dimensions
DMD Native Resolution
Focus
Input / Output Terminals
Input rating
Lamp Life
Languages
Lens
Power Consumption
Video Compatibility
Wall/Ceiling Mount capability
Weight
Specification
Bright Mode: Typical 34 dB(A)
Normal Mode: Typical 32 dB(A)
ECO Mode: Typical 28.5 dB(A)
Automatically recognizes the connection of I/O module
Automatically saves user adjustments
Horizontal Sync: 69 kHz
Vertical Sync: 85 Hz
Rel Humidity:10-80%
Altitude: 0-2286m (0-6000ft)
Temperature: /10-35C (50-95F)
328.94 x 264.0 x 116.43 mm (13.2 x 10.6 x 4.7 inches)
1024x768 (XGA)
Manual Adjustment
HDMI connector
VGA (mini D-sub 15-pin) connector
Control connector
USB (A-B)
AC power outlet
100-240V AC, 50-60 Hz, 4.0A
3000 hrs at 230W Bright mode
5000 hrs at 180W ECO mode
English, French, Spanish, Deutsch, Italian, Japanese, Chinese
Traditional, Chinese Simplified, Korean
Focal Length = 8.9 mm
300W normal operation, 5W standby mode
NTSC: M, N, 3.58Mz, 4.43 MHz
PAL: B, D, G, H, I, M, N
SECAM
Three screw holes
4.5kg (10 lbs)
Note: Designs and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Maintenance
Lamp Replacement
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10
11 12 1
9
8
2
3
7
6
5
4
Hg
www.lamprecycle.org
Note: Refer to the Setup Menu to reset the lamp hour timer after replacing the lamp.
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Cleaning the Air Vents
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For best performance, 3M recommends that you periodically dust the projector and vacuum all air vents on the
projector.
Follow the procedures below.
1. Return projector to standby mode. After the Standby
button turns amber and the fan stops, unplug the
power cord from the wall outlet.
2. When dust or dirt appears on the projector’s top
surface or around the air vents, clean these areas
before operating the projector.
a
c
a. Wipe the top surface with a clean/dry cloth or use
a vacuum cleaner.
b. Vacuum the intake air vent while gently tapping
on the vent slots to dislodge any dirt.
c. Vacuum the exhaust air vent while gently tapping
on the vent slots to dislodge any dirt.
b
3. Plug in the power cord and press the standby button
to power on projector. Test unit to verify it operates
correctly.
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Cleaning the Lamp Module and Lamp Compartment
Follow the procedure below.
1. Unscrew lamp module retaining screws and carefully remove lamp module.
2. Vacuum the lamp cavity to remove all dislodged dust.
3. Vacuum the lamp inlet and exhaust vents to clear any dust or dirt build up.
2
1
Note: Do not touch the glass reflector or the bulb. If oils from your skin transfer to the glass it will
Important
weaken the heat resistant properties of the reflector/bulb and significantly shorten the lamp’s life.
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For best lamp performance, there must be adequate air flow through and around the lamp module. A build up of
dust or dirt will reduce the air flow and shorten lamp life and lamp performance. 3M recommends at every lamp
change or at least once a year that air vents, lamp module and lamp compartment be cleaned with a vacuum.
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4. Install the lamp taking care to seat it fully into the lamp socket connection and tighten the lamp retaining
screws.
5. Replace the lamp door and secure it with the retaining screws.
6. Verify the projector operates correctly. Plug in power cord and press the standby button to power on projector.
Note: If the lamp door is not installed correctly, the projector will not power on.
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Troubleshooting
Identifying an Expired Lamp Module
3
2
1
2
3
1
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Lamp Module Parts
4
3
5
1. Top of Lamp Module
2. Lamp Connector
3. Air Vents
4. Lamp Wires
5. Bulb Envelope - This is the shape of the bulb inside the lamp module.
Visible Indications of an Expired Lamp
The following five visible indicators help you recognize an expired lamp.
1. Cloudy Bulb – A cloudy bulb may reduce the image brightness. The lamp will appear to have white or black
deposits on the inside of the bulb. These deposits are a sign of normal wear and tear. Replace the lamp if the
brightness is inadequate.
2. Disconnected or broken wires – If the lamp wires are broken, the lamp will not ignite. Replace the lamp if the
lamp wires are broken
3. Deformed Bulb – A deformed bulb will reduce the image brightness. A bulb is deformed when the bulb
envelope expands into an irregular, round shape. Replace the bulb if it becomes deformed.
4. Debris on Bulb End – If the lamp will not ignite, the bulb seal may have broken. When bulb seal is broken,
debris from the bulb will form at the break. Most of the times, this is at the bulb tip.
5. Broken Bulb – The lamp will not ignite if it is broken. Sometimes you will hear an abnormal sound when
you try to start the projector. Please refer to the Safety Instructions for more information about handling
broken bulbs.
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I/O Module Troubleshooting
Symptom
The Standby button on the I/O
module does not light while the
projector is powered on.
Possible Cause
The communication cable is not
connected or is damaged.
The projector does not have power.
Solution
Connect a communication cable (15
pin to 15 pin) from the projector to
the I/O module.
See projector troubleshooting
Projector Troubleshooting
Symptom
Standby Button State
The projector will not turn
Off
on
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Possible Cause
The power cord is not
connected to projector and
an electrical outlet.
The lamp door is not
installed, or is not
properly fastened down.
Action
Insert the power cord into
electrical outlet.
Make sure the lamp
door is in place and
fastened down as shown
in the lamp replacement
instruction. See page 31.
Allow the projector cool
The projector has
overheated and has
down. Once cooled down,
automatically shut down. the projector will regain
power and the standby
button will light up. Clean
the projector’s air vents as
mention the maintenance
section.
The electrical outlet does Connect the projector to
not have power
an electric outlet that has
power. You can the test
the outlet using another
electrical appliance to
confirm that it has power.
The projector’s power unit Contact 3M for service.
has stopped working
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Symptom
Standby Button State
Possible Cause
The projector is cooling
down.
The lamp has expired
The lamp will not ignite
Orange
Flashes RED once every
second
Flashes RED twice every
second
The lamp will not ignite
or has turned off.
Flashes RED four times
every second
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The lamp ballast may
have stopped functioning.
There is a problem with
one of the cooling fans.
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Red
Action
Wait until the projector
completes its cooling
cycle. Once the Standby
button turns amber, you
can press the Standby
button again.
Replace the Lamp and
press the Standby button
to start the projector.
Contact 3M for service.
Follow the maintenance
procedure on page 31 and
try starting the projector
again. If cleaning does
not resolve the problem,
contact 3M for service.
The projector has
Follow the maintenance
overheated due to elevated procedure on page 31.
ambient temperature or
Unplug the power cord
altitude, or blocked air
and reconnect and then
vents.
try again. If cleaning does
not resolve the problem,
contact 3M for service.
The projector’s
Make sure the cable
processor had a
connecting the Control
communication error
Port on the projector
due to electromagnetic
to the I/O module does
interference on the
not cross power cables
communication cable
or other communication
connecting the Control
cables. If it does, reroute
port on the projector
the cables so that they
and I/O module or poor
do not cross. If the
quality communication
communication cable
cable.
between the projector and
the I/O module is longer
than 4m (13 ft), consider
using the 3M I/O Module
Cable Extender P/N:
78-6972-0027-3.
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Symptom
No image
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Standby Button State
Green
Noise in the image
Green
Noise in the computer
image
Green
Possible Cause
The desired input source
is not selected.
The cables from the input
source are not connected.
The input source is
not turned on or not
displaying an image. (e.g.
If a notebook computer,
the external monitor port
is not turned on).
The video cable adds
noise to the signal
because it is not properly
terminated, too long
or lacks adequate
electromagnetic shielding.
The projector’s Frequency
and Phase settings are not
properly set.
Action
Press the remote control
Input button to select a
desired input source.
Connect the cable to
correct input source.
Turn on input source.
Shorten the cable between
the video source and the
system or add a video
amplifier between the
video source and the long
cable.
Adjust Frequency and
Phase setting in the
Advanced Picture Menu
until noise is reduced or
eliminated.
The projector does not
have speakers.
The audio cable is
connected to the wrong
audio input.
No audio from speakers
Green
The image is dark or dim
Green
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Connect the audio cable
to correct input source or
change audio/video input
assignment settings in the
projector’s Audio menu
The audio amplified in the The I/O Module does
3M Folding Wall Mount
not supply power for
is not connected to a
audio. The power adapter
power supply.
included with the folding
wall mount must be
connected to the Audio
Power port on the bottom
of the I/O Module and
a cable from the Audio
Power port on the top
of the I/O Module to
the power input on the
folding wall mount.
The audio source or the
Turn off mute on the
speakers are muted
audio source
The brightness setting is
Adjust the brightness
too low.
The lamp needs to be
Replace lamp.
replaced.
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3M™ Super Close Projection System SCP725
Symptom
Standby Button State
The remote control does
not work
Action
Connect an active input
source to unit.
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Desired input source
cannot be detected
Possible Cause
The input source is not
active. A signal must be
present for the input to be
selected.
The input device (e.g.
computer, DVD player,
etc.) is not turned on.
The remote control is not
facing the remote control
sensor.
The remote control is too
far from the sensor
An obstruction is between
the remote control and the
sensor.
The remote control’s
batteries are exhausted or
inserted wrong.
Turn on input source.
Face the remote control
toward the remote control
sensor.
Operate the remote
control within 5 meters.
Remove obstacle.
Correctly insert batteries.
Projector Indicator Lights
Mode
Stand by
Lamp Strike
Normal Operations
Fan Error
Thermal Error
Communication Error
Cooling (Lock Out)
Indicator Signal on Projector
Orange LED (always ON)
Orange LED (Flashing)
Green LED (always ON)
Red LED (One flash every second) ( • • • )
Red LED (Two flashes every second) ( •• •• ••
)
Red LED (Four flashes every second) ( •••• •••• ••••
Red LED (Solid light)
)
I/O Module Indicator Lights
Mode
Stand by
Normal Operations
Cooling (Lock Out)
Indicator Signals on I/O Model Box
Orange LED (always ON)
Green LED (always ON)
Red LED (Solid light)
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Replacement Parts and Accessories
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Replacement Parts
Name of Part
VGA Cable, 1.8 m
Remote Control
SCP725/SCP725W Lamp Replacement
3M Part Number
78-8134-7029-7
78-8134-7200-4
78-6969-9996-6
Optional Accessories (not shown)
Name of Part
3M Fixed Wall Mount SCPFXW.V2
3M Folding Wall Mount with Speakers SCPWMS.V2
3M I/O Module V3
RS232 Adapter for projector control without the I/O Module
3M Security Kit
Wall Mount Bracket for Block and Stud Walls
VGA Cable, 3.5 m (11.5 ft)
USB Cable, 3.5 m (11.5 ft)
Control Cable 15 pin DB, 3.5 m (11.5 ft)
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3M Part Number
78-6969-9986-7
78-6969-9988-3
78-6972-0012-5
78-6969-9934-7
78-6969-9961-0
78-6969-9962-8
78-8134-7218-6
78-8134-7219-4
78-8134-7220-2
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