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EPSON
Date:
PSB #:
Reference:
Product(s):
Subject:
PRODUCT SUPPORT BULLETIN
8/30/2007
Originator: DS
PSB.2007.08.001
Authorization:
N/A
Total Pages: 1
Epson Projectors with an HD-15 VGA Analog/Component Input
Elmo HV-110XG Document Camera and Projector Compatibility
This bulletin was created to inform you of an operational issue with the Elmo HV-110XG
Document Camera when initially connected to an Epson projector.
Problem:
When attempting to use the Elmo HV-110XG Document Camera connected via the VGA HD15
connection to display content from its document bed. When connected to the projector, the
projector displays only the Blue Screen - No Signal message and will blink off and on or
display just the Blue Screen - No Signal message. When a computer is connected to the Elmo
HV-110XG Document Camera and switched to Pass-Through mode, the computer image is
displayed correctly by the projector. When switching back to the document table source of the
Elmo HV-110XG Document Camera, the problem returns. The Elmo HV-110XG Document
Camera puts out a Progressive Scan 20fps signal to the projector's VGA Analog port. This
signal is detected at 15 kHz Vertical and 291.8 kHz Horizontal frequencies which are beyond
projector sync specifications.
Solution:
With the Elmo HV-110XG Document Camera powered on and connected to the projector via
the VGA computer cable, access the Computer1/Computer2 setting in the projector menu
system and select the Component setting within the appropriate connection. This will allow
the Elmo HV-110XG Document Camera and projector to sync and the projector to display the
image of the document camera bed and its contents. However, the image will have a pink
cast. To eliminate the pink cast, change the projector setting from Component to RGB then to
Auto and exit from the menu. The projected image will now look normal. This will now allow
the Elmo HV-110XG Document Camera to sync and display the image properly to any other
connected Epson projector without having to change the projector settings.
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EPSON
Date:
PSB #:
Reference:
Product(s):
Subject:
PRODUCT SUPPORT BULLETIN
10/08/2004
Originator: DS
PSB.2004.10.002
Authorization:
TI 04-46e Rev. A
Total Pages: 14
EMP NS Connection, EMP Network Manager, EMP Monitor,
EMP Multi Screen Adjustment, Cinema Color Editor, VCOM Driver
Evaluation results of Epson Projector PC applications tested in Windows XP
with SP2.
The purpose of this bulletin is to provide information on Epson PC projector applications tested
under the Windows XP SP2 (Service Pack2) environment.
Description:
Information is provided about the evaluation results and recommendations for Epson PC
projector applications functionality in Windows XP SP2 Firewall environment.
Reason:
Compatibility testing for functionality of EMP NS Connection, EMP Network Manager, EMP
Monitor, EMP Multi Screen Adjustment, Cinema Color Editor, VCOM Driver in the Windows
XP SP2 environment.
Results of Windows XP SP2 installation:
Installing SP2 on PCs did not disturb the installation of the above software applications.
Also, the application software can be installed on PCs where SP2 or earlier versions are
installed without any issues.
The information contained in the following pages provides details for executing the
applications in Windows XP SP2.
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Executing the Software:
When executing the software noted below for the first time after SP2 installation completes,
the following security alert messages are displayed:
[EMP NS Connection]
Security alert screen (EMP NS Connection)
[EMP Network Manager]
Security alert screen (EMP Network Manager)
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[EMP Monitor]
Security alert screen (EMP Monitor)
[EMP Multi Screen Adjustment]
Security alert screen (EMP Multi Screen Adjustment)
The Security Alert screen for EMP Multi Screen Adjustment is shown after clicking the
Auto button of Network or clicking the Add button after entering an IP address in the
IP Address box.
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[Cinema Color Editor]
Security alert screen (Cinema Color Editor)
The functions of the three buttons displayed in the security alert screen are explained
below.
[Keep Blocking] --- Enables you to register a started application in the “Exceptions”
program of the Windows Firewall. The network port that the
application uses is blocked. By selecting this button once, this
security alert message will not be shown when starting the
application next time.
[Unblock] ------------- Enables you to register a started application in the “Exceptions”
program of the Windows Firewall and unblock the network port that
the application uses. By selecting this option once, this security alert
message will not be shown when starting the application next time.
[Ask me later]-------- When you want to select both buttons above or select either one
later, this button is selected. The started application is not registered
in the “Exceptions” program of the Windows Firewall and the
network that the application uses is not unblocked. However, when
restarting the application, the same security alert message is shown.
•
PC applications will work normally on Windows XP with SP2 if the “Unblock
Item” is selected when the security alert screen is shown.
For the detail operation information of each application, please refer to the following:
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Operating Status Report
When selecting the Keep Blocking button, the security alert message is closed and the
main screen of each application is displayed.
[EMP NS Connection Application]
Port 3620 is necessary for searching for projectors. If this port is blocked, projectors are not
detected.
The other applications operate normally. However, there is a case that execution of
automatic search disables automatic detection. This occurs when projectors are registered
for automatic detection in EMP Monitor before installing SP2, then the registered projectors
may not be detected again after SP2 installation. Therefore it is recommended to select
Unblock in the security alert screen.
If “Keep Blocking” has been selected when starting the application for the first
time, and the blocking needs to be removed, complete the execution of the application and
proceed with unblocking as follows:
a.) Start the Windows Security Center. Double click the icon in the shape of a shield that
is always displayed on the taskbar after the installation of SP2.
Windows Security Center screen
b.) Select and start Windows Firewall
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[Caution]
In case the check box
for Don’t allow
exceptions
is checked (this box is
not checked at the
initial setting), a
network port for
software is not
unblocked even though
the software is checked
on Exceptions.
Make sure this option is
not selected.
Windows Firewall screen
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c.) Select the Exceptions tab and display exceptions program.
[Caution]
If this check box is
not checked, the
security alert
screen is not
displayed when
starting software.
•Exceptions screen
d.) Check the check boxes for the software you don’t want to block.
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[EMP NS Connection] • Check EasyMP Software box
Unblock screen (EMP NS Connection)
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[EMP Network Manager Application]• Check EPSON Projector box
Unblock screen (EMP Network Manager)
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[EMP Monitor Application]→ Check EasyMP.net Software box
Unblock screen (EMP Monitor)
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[EMP Multi Screen Adjustment Application]→ Check EPSON Projector Software for
Multi Screen box
Unblock screen (EMP Multi Screen Adjustment)
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[Cinema Color Editor Application] ---> Check Cinema Color Editor.
Unblock screen (Cinema Color Editor)
By following the above procedure, the network port that each application uses is unblocked
and they can operate normally.
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Corresponding program name to PC applications
PC Application
Program name
EMP NS Connection
EasyMP Software
EMP Network Manager
EPSON Projector
EMP Monitor
EasyMP.net Software
EMP Multi Screen Adjustment
EPSON Projector Software for Multi Screen
Cinema Color Editor
Cinema Color Editor
When selecting the Unblock button:
The Security Alert screen is closed and the main screen is displayed. Then the search result
is displayed.
When selecting the Ask Me Later button:
Port 3620 which is used by EMP NS Connection and is necessary for discovering projectors
is blocked, and projectors are not detected.
The other applications operate normally. However, there is a case where execution of
automatic search disables automatic detection. This occurs when projectors are registered
for automatic detection in EMP Monitor before installing SP2, the registered projectors may
not be detected after SP2 installation.
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VCOM Driver
The following message is shown after the VCOM driver is installed on your PC.
Select “No, not this time” item and continue the Plug&Play of the device.
8.) Notes:
When you add the program to Exceptions list, the program can receive network
communication from outside. This may cause a security risk such as exposure to a virus
attack.
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EPSON
Date:
PSB #:
Reference:
Product(s):
Subject:
PRODUCT SUPPORT BULLETIN
10/25/2002
Originator: TC
PSB.2002.10.003
Authorization:
TI02-35e Rev. A
Total Pages: 1
PowerLite 720c / 730c
No sound heard when using a resistive attenuator audio cable.
This bulletin has been created to provide you with information about different types of audio
cables that could affect the sound output operation of your PowerLite 720c or PowerLite 730c
video projector.
Description of Issue:
Sound cannot be heard when an audio cable (3.5mm plug) with a built-in, resistive attenuator
is connected to the specified projectors.
Reason:
There are two kinds of audio cables for stereo and monaural connections. One cable type
includes a built-in, resistive attenuator. The cable with the attenuator is used between audio
devices and recorders. The cable includes the resistance in order to attenuate the input audio
signal by 80%, which equalizes signal output and input. Therefore, when the audio cable with
the resistance is connected to the projector, sound does not come out from the projector’s
speaker, or the sound is extremely low. This does not indicate a projector failure.
Actions:
When connecting the projector to speakers or other audio output device, make sure your
audio cables are not the attenuated type. The packaging for the audio cable with the
resistance typically will have a description like, “Resistance is included in the cable,” on it.
Also, the mold for the mini plug of the audio cable with the resistance is thicker than the audio
cable without the resistance.
An example of this type of cable is the Radio Shack 42-2152 Attenuating Dubbing Cable.
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EPSON
Date:
PSB #:
Reference:
Product(s):
Subject:
PRODUCT SUPPORT BULLETIN
07/17/2002
Originator: esc
PSB.2002.08.003
Authorization:
TI 02-14e Rev. A
Total Pages: 1
Powerlite 600p / 800p / 810p / 811p / 820p / 720c / 730c / TW100
EMP Link21L Upgrade (Version 1.10)
This bulletin was created to inform you of an upgrade to the EMP Link 21L software, which
provides support for the Powerlite 600p / 800p / 810p / 811p / 820p / 720c / 730c and the
TW100 projectors.
Description of Change:
The upgrade to the EMP Link21L software adds support for the newer projectors and for
Windows XP and Mac OS 10.1 operating systems.
Reason:
The earlier version of the EMP Link21L (Version 1.00) provided support for the PowerLite
800p and 810p projectors only. In addition, Windows XP and Mac OS 10.1 have been added
as supported operating systems, as shown below:
Supported Operating Systems
Windows 95
Windows 98
Windows Me
Windows NT4.0 SP3 and later
Windows 2000 Professional
Windows XP Home Edition
Windows XP Professional
Mac OS 8.6, 9.0, 9.02, 9.04, 9.1,
9.2, 9.2.2, X 10.1
Serial port
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
N/A
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USB port
Not supported
OK
OK
Not supported
OK
OK
OK
OK
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