Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Getting Started ................................................................ 1

The Projector ........................................................................................ 1

Package Content .................................................................................. 2

Remote Controller................................................................................. 2

Reading LED indicators ........................................................................ 3

Installing the battery.............................................................................. 3

Charging the battery ............................................................................. 3

Inserting a memory card (optional) ....................................................... 4

Turning on/off your projector ................................................................. 4

Adjusting the Focus .............................................................................. 4

Functions and Operations ............................................. 6

Main menu ........................................................................................... 6

Playing Video ........................................................................................ 7

Playing Photo........................................................................................ 9

Card Change ........................................................................................ 11

Playing files in other devices ................................................................ 12

File management with a PC.................................................................. 14

Battery Life Indicator ............................................................................. 14

Specifications ................................................................. 16

Troubleshooting ............................................................. 18

Getting Started

The Projector

Up button

Menu button

Return Button

Left button

OK button

Right button

Power/Charging

LED

Down button

USB connector

Focus switch

Speaker

IR receiver

VGA Connector

Strap holder

Battery cover

Power ON/OFF

SD/MMC card slot

AV input / Headphone output

Tripod socket

Lens

1

2

Package Content

Projector Pouch Manual Tripod

CD AV cable

(RCA female to mini jack)

AV cable AC power adapter

USB cable VGA cable

Remote Controller

Up button

Remote Control

Memory change

Video folder

Left button

Menu button

Down button

Battery

Photo folder

OK/Play/Pause button

Right button

Return Button

Volume control buttons

Reading LED indicators

The Power LED is lighting orange when projector is charged.

The Power LED is lighting green when connected with AC power adapter in standby mode or the battery is fully charged.

Installing the battery

1. Slide the battery cover open.

2. Place the Li-Ion battery into the compartment. Note that the metallic contacts must be aligned with the contacts in the compartment.

3. After the battery is properly installed, replace the battery cover.

Charging the battery

1. Connect the cable.

Connect one end of the supplied AC adapter to the USB port of the projector and the other end to a wall outlet.

OR

Connect one end of the supplied USB cable to the USB port of the projector and the other end to a powered

PC. Make sure the projector is powered off.

2. The charging LED turns orange and the charging starts.

3. When interrupted the LED went off.

Charging status

Powered OFF, charged by AC adapter

Powered OFF, charged by USB

Powered ON and connecting with AC adapter

Powered ON and connecting with USB

Charging time

around 3 hours around 6 hours no charging no charging

When using a PC to charge the battery, do not turn on the projector, or the charge will stop.

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Inserting a memory card (optional)

To insert a memory card, do the following:

1. Open the SD card cover.

2. Gently push the card as indicated until the card reaches the bottom of the slot.

To remove the memory card, gently push it down and it will pop up.

Then pull the card out of the slot.

Turning on/off your projector

Slide the Power switch to “ ON” position to turn on the projector.

To turn off the projector, slide the Power switch to “ OFF” position.

Adjusting the Focus

Adjust the Focus by using the Focus switch to get a sharper and clear picture.

Adjusting the Projected Image

Projection Distance

(A)

(cm)

19.0

(inch)

7.5

38.1

63.5

101.3

15

25

39.9

133.0

158.5

190.2

206.6

52.4

62.4

74.9

81.1

Screen size - Width

(B)

(cm)

12.2

(inch)

4.8

24.4

40.6

65.0

9.6

16.0

25.6

85.3

101.6

121.9

132.1

33.6

40.0

48.0

52.0

Screen Size - Height

(C)

(cm)

9.1

(inch)

3.6

18.3

30.5

48.8

7.2

12.0

19.2

64.0

76.2

91.4

99.1

25.2

30.3

36.0

39.0

Screen Diagonal

(D)

(cm)

15.2

(inch)

6.0

30.5

50.8

81.3

12.0

20.0

32.0

106.7

127.0

152.4

165.1

42.0

50.0

60.0

65.4

B

C

D

A

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Functions and Operations

Main menu

After turn on the projector, you will see opening screen first then main menu as below.

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VIDEO: This function allows users to select video file to project on screen.

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PHOTO: This function allows users to select JPEG image file to project on screen.

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MUSIC: This function allows users to select MP3 files to play on the projector.

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SETTING: This function allows users to set some preference settings such as Language, Format, Beep sound and Default.

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FILE: The File Navigator is a fast and convenient way of moving between tracks, files and folders.

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CARD CHANGE: This function allows users to select the storage devices between internal memory and SD Card.

It’s normal that the projector will feel warm with continuous use due to its high performance.

Playing Video

1. Use the Left/Right button to select “Video” and then press OK button.

2. Use the

Up/Down button to select target folder or video files.

3. When selecting one Video file, press OK to play it. (Some larger files may require more time to load)

Please convert all videos with the bundled Arcsoft Media Converter to have the right file format which can be displayed by the projector.

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During playback

1. Press Left/Right button to move to previous/next file

Long press Left/Right button to fast forward and fast rewind

2. Use Up/Down button to control volume.

3. Press OK to pause the video (OK again the continue). The following status information will pop up.

Icon Item

Fast

Rewind

Pause

Description

Press Left button: scroll the files up.

Long press

Left button: fast rewind.

This is a button to pause a Video file during playback.

Play This is a button to play a selected Video file.

Fast

Forward

Press Right button: scroll the files down.

Long press Right button: fast forward.

4. When playing video, press menu button to set up the following features. Pressing menu button to bring up and close the menu screen. Pressing return button to back to previous menu. Pressing OK button to confirm the setting.

Icon Item Description

Repeat one Repeat the same video.

Repeat All Playing repeat video in the folder.

Random Playing the video at random with the folder.

Icon Item

Brightness

Contrast

Saturation

Option

-4 ~ +4

-4 ~ +4

-4 ~ +4

Description

Set projection screen brightness.

Set projection Screen contrast.

Set projection screen color saturation.

Playing Photo

1. Use the Left/Right button to select “Photo” and then press OK button.

2. Use the Up/Down button to select target folder or a photo displayed in preview mode.

3. After a photo is selected, press OK to display full size of this photo.

4. Use the Left/Right button to display previous or next photo.

5. Press Menu button to setup the following features. Pressing menu button to bring up and close the menu screen. Pressing return button to back to previous menu. Pressing OK button to confirm the setting.

Icon Item

Brightness

Option

-4 ~ +4

Description

Set projection screen brightness.

Contrast -4 ~ +4 Set projection Screen contrast.

Saturation

Music

Speed

Slideshow

-4 ~ +4

On/Off

On/Off

Set projection screen color saturation.

Starts playback of music which is located in same folder like the displayed picture.

3/5/8 sec Set the time a image is displayed to 3, 5 or 8 second.

Starts or stops a slideshow of all picture in the selected folder.

When giving a presentation using PowerPoint/PDF documents, please save the PPT/

PDF file into .jpeg format.

The playback sequence is in the order of the first digit Arabic numerals, such as 1, 10,

100, 101, 11, then 2, 20, 21, and so on. To avoid playback order confusion, please rename the file 1 ~ 9 as 01 ~ 09, 100 as A100, etc.

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Photo Mode Application

Photo

Enlargement mode

Photo

Enlargement

Move mode

Single Display mode

Circular Display mode

Move is available for Photo

Enlargement mode

(2X, 3X, 4X)

Press Up/Down to enlarge/ reduce

1. Press OK to pause the circular display

2. Press Up/Down to enlarge/ reduce

3. Press OK to resume circular display after returning to 1X

1. Enlarge photo to 2X, 3X, or

4X

2. Press OK to enter Move mode

Press the four-way controller to move

4. Press OK to cancel the

Move mode

In the order of 1X,

2X, 3X, 4X, 1X…

In the order of 1X,

2X, 3X, 4X, 1X…

Card Change

This function is to select which memory to use for playback.

1. Use the Left/Right button to select “Memory” and then press OK button.

2. The Memory Check box will display as above. Use the Up/Down button to select the memory type.

3. Press OK button after selection to return to the main menu.

If there is no memory card inserted, the screen will only show internal built-in memory status.

External SD card has memory capacity of up to 32GB.

Playing files in other devices

Connecting the projector to your media players

Before connecting your media player to projector, you need to have media player dedicated composite AV-out cable and projector AV cable ready.

Projector AV cable

(red)

AV OUT

(white)

<AV cable>

(yellow)

Composite AV-out cable

(red)

(white)

(yellow)

DVD Player/

SAT- Receiver

Portable Media

Player

Game Console

1. Connect Composite AV-out cable to media player.

2. Connect both AV cables (yellow to yellow, white to white and red to red).

White might be black on some Media players or cables.

Please make sure that your media player is enabled with AV-out function.

Connecting the projector to your mobile media devices

1. Connect the other end of the projector cable to the AV jack of Projector.

2. Now you can project image and audio from projector. You also can control the volume from control panel ( Up/Down button).

<AV cable>

Video/Music

Player

Mobile Phone

Digital camcorder/ camera

Portable Media

Player

Connecting the Projector to your Notebook/PC

Before connecting your laptop PC to projector, you need to have VGA cable ready.

Once you want to use notebook power take this cable shown here.

You have three options to supply the projector with power:

1. Using the two USB cables embedded in VGA cable

2. Using the external power supply

3. With internal battery

The two USB cables are not important for data transfer. If you do not have any free

USB ports use the external power supply or batterie to bring power to your projector.

1. Connect VGA cable with the Projector of Notebook/PC interface, at the same time with two

UBS ports for keep supplying power.

2. Turn on Notebook/PC and projector.

3. Press Ctrl+ from keyboard for changing projector mode.

Projector can support computer resolution settings as below:

1024*768(XGA)

800*600(SVGA)

640*480(VGA)

File management with a PC

Follow the procedures below to manage files in either built-in memory or memory card by using a PC or Notebook.

1. Make sure the projector is powered off.

2. Connect one end of the bundled USB cable to the USB port of the projector and the other end to a powered PC.

3. Turn on the projector.

4. A removable disk will appear in your computer.

PC can only recognize one storage medium each time (If the projector with SD Card inside, the computer will detect the SD Card. If you want to detect the internal memory, you have to remove the SD Card.)

Do not switch the storage medium during operation.

When connecting the projector to PC USB port without turning on the projector, the PC starts charging the battery inside the projector. To read the files in the memory, press the Power button or remove the battery first.

Battery Life Indicator

Icon Description

Full battery life

Moderate battery life

Low battery life

Empty battery life

Note 1: To avoid sudden outage of power supply, you are recommended to plug AC power adapter first then take off the battery when the icon indicates low battery life.

Note 2: When “Battery Low” message appeared on the screen, the projector will be powered off automatically.

How to download YouTube video for projection

During installing ArcSoft Media Converter (AMC), you are recommended to install ArcSoft

Video Downloader as well. It will bring you more convenience to download the videos from the Internet and convert them as mp4 format to be played back in your projector. Then you can share them with your family and friends.

How to use ArcSoft Video Downloader

1. Complete the ArcSoft Video Downloader installation.

2. Run Internet Explorer 6 or above.

3. Launch your favorite webpage and then move your cursor to the video clip.

4. Click the “download” button on the top left corner of the window.

5. This video file will be downloaded into AMC automatically. Please specify the file destination and press Start to make file conversion.

6. The converted video will be as into the assigned directory as mp4 format.

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Specifications

Item

Light Source

Aspect Ratio

Luminous Flux

Description

RGB LEDs

4:3

15 Lumens (AC Mode); 12 Lumens (Battery

Mode)

640 x 480 (VGA) Pixels Resolution

Projection Image Size

Projection Distance

Zoom & Focus

Contrast Ratio

15 cm ~ 165.1 cm (6” ~ 65” Diagonal)

19 cm ~ 206 cm

Manual

200:1

Throw Ratio (Diagonal: Distance) 0.84:1

Vertical Scan Rate

Horizontal Scan Rate

Video Compatibility

Playback format

Audio speaker

Built-in memory

Memory Slot

Power Supply

Battery type

Battery life

Auto off

60Hz

31.5 kHz – 49.68 kHz

NTSC, PAL

Photo: .JPEG

Audio: .MP3

Video:MPEG4 (.ASF), M-JPEG (.AVI),H.264

(.MP4) * Bundle software can only bring out

H.264 in MP4 container

Mono (0.5W)

2GB

SD/SDHC/MMC up to 32GB

AC power adapter (5V/2A) or NP-120 Li-ion rechargeable battery

Li-ion Rechargeable (3.7V, 1700mAh)

Up to 70mins

20 sec inactive (Turn off all LED expect OK

Button LED)

3 minutes inactive (Turn off projector light

(only ok button will be light up any more)

Item

Power consumption

Operation temperature

Dimension

Package Content

Description

Working mode: 5 Watts

Standby mode (Projector light off): 3.5W

0°C ~ 35°C

131mm x 55mm x 25mm

AV cable(RCA female to mini jack), AV cable(mini jack to mini jack),Pouch, Manual,

Tripod, AC Power Adapter, VGA cable, USB cable, NP-120 battery, CD

Note: Specifications are subject to change without notification.

Supported file types for conversion (Input file formats)

- Windows AVI files (*.AVI)

- Advanced Systems Format (*.ASF)

- Video CD (*.DAT)

- Quick Time files (*.MOV)

- MP4 files (*.MP4; *.M4V)

- MPEG (*.MPG; *.MPEG; *.MPE)

- RealMedia Video (*.RMVB)

- Windows Media Video (*.WMV)

- Microsoft PowerPoint (*.ppt, *.pps)

Supported file types for export to projector

- MPEG4 MP4 (H.264)

Troubleshooting

If your projector does not seem to be functioning properly, check the items below before you contact an authorized service center.

Symptom

The projector can not be turned on.

The projected image is too dark.

The projected image is dim.

The image is not played.

No image is projected when an

AV device is connected.

No image is projected when a computer is connected.

Check Point

Ensure the battery is loaded or the AC power adapter is in use.

Check if the battery is correctly installed. Please refer to “Installing the battery” on page 3.

Use the projector in a darker environment.

Increase the brightness by using the AC power adapter.

Project the image on a flat, white surface.

Decrease the size of projected image.

Adjust the focus. Please refer to

“Adjusting the Focus” on page 4.

Check if the lens is dirty.

Replace with an image of higher resolution.

Ensure the image format is compatible.

Please refer to the description of supported formats on page 7.

Replace with another file or memory card.

Convert the file with the attached AMC software.

Ensure the connected device is equipped with AV-out function.

Check if the AV Cable is connected, and the projector is switched to AV-in function.

Check if the AV Cable is plugged correctly.

Check if the VGA Cable is plugged correctly.

Make sure the PC has been switched to projector display.

Ensure the display resolution of

PC screen is 640x680, 800x600 or

1024x768 as suggested.

Symptom

No power is supplied with the

USB Power on the VGA Cable.

The surface temperature of projector ascended.

Check Point

The USB Power on VGA Cable is an optional function. As the power supply is different on the USB port of each computer, sometimes there may not be enough power supply for projection. Please use the battery or AC power adapter for power supply in this situation.

As the high-luminance LED equipped in the projector will generate heat in long-time use, the projector case will help to dissipate heat so that its surface temperature will ascend. This will not affect the performance of projector. Please operate the projector in a ventilated environment indoor as far as possible.

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