Canon XEED 4K501ST User manual

Canon XEED 4K501ST User manual

MULTIMEDIA PROJECTOR

User’s Manual

Safety Instructions

Before Use

Installation Procedure

Connection Procedure

Projection Procedure

Convenient Features

Using Menus

Menu Configuration

Menu Settings

Using the Projector on a

Network

Advanced Projection

Maintenance

Product Specifications

Troubleshooting

ENG

How to Use This Manual

Thank you for purchasing a Canon projector.

The 4K501ST Multimedia Projector is a high-performance projector that is capable of projecting a high-resolution computer screen and high-quality digital image on a large screen.

This Manual

This is the user’s manual for the 4K501ST Multimedia Projector (hereafter,

“projector”). The “Basic Guide” section describes installation and basic use of the projector. Descriptions of menus and how to connect the projector to a network are given in the “Advanced Guide” section. Read this manual thoroughly to make the most of your projector. Installation of the projector should be performed by a qualified technician, if possible. Contact the Canon Customer Support Center for further information.

Symbols of Button Operations

The projector can be operated using the buttons on the remote control or on the side of the projector. The remote control allows you to operate all functions of the projector.

In this document, the button’s operations are shown as below.

Operation of buttons on side of projector

Remote control button operation

When the Language Selection Screen Appears

A screen appears when the projector is turned on for the first time. You can select a language to be used by the projector for displaying menus and messages in the window. Select the desired language with the pointer buttons and press the

OK

button.

You can change the language from the menu at a later time. ( P126 )

If the language selection screen is out of focus, adjust the focus. ( P67 )

Remote control Projector

Indicate the buttons to be pressed

An item highlighted in orange will be selected.

Symbols Used in This Manual

Sections labeled with these symbols give the following kinds of information.

Indicates precautions and information to note when using the projector.

2

Table of Contents

How to Use This Manual............... 2

Projector Highlights...................... 4

Safety Instructions........................ 5

Safety Symbols in this Manual ........... 11

Precautions for Use ............................. 12

Installation and Handling

Precautions .......................................... 13

Precautions on the Lamp .................... 14

Precautions for the Batteries of the

Remote Control .................................... 15

For Safe Use ................................ 18

Before Installation....................... 19

Precautions When Carrying/Shipping the Projector......................................... 19

Precautions for Installation................. 19

Open Source Software ............... 24

Before Use ................................... 25

Included Accessories .......................... 25

Part Names ........................................... 26

Preparing the Remote Control............ 33

Basic Guide ............................35

Installation Procedure ................ 36

Setting Up the Projector...................... 36

Ceiling Mounting with Ceiling

Attachment RS-CL15 ........................... 38

Relationship between Projecting

Distance and Image Size ..................... 49

Lens Shift Function ............................. 50

Connection Procedure ............... 52

Connecting a Computer ...................... 52

Connecting AV Equipment.................. 53

4K Projection........................................ 54

Plugging the Projector In .................... 59

Projection Procedure.................. 60

Step 1 Turn the Projector On .............. 60

Step 2 Select an Input Signal.............. 63

Step 3 Adjust the Image ...................... 65

Step 4 Select an Aspect Ratio (Screen

Aspect) Matching the Screen.............. 72

Step 5 Adjusting Keystone Distortion...73

Step 6 Select the Image Quality (Image

Mode) .................................................... 76

Step 7 Turn the Projector Off.............. 79

Convenient Features .................. 80

Advanced Guide ....................83

Using Menus ................................84

Menu Configuration ............................. 84

Basic Menu Operations ....................... 85

Menu Configuration ....................87

Menu Settings..............................95

Input settings ....................................... 95

Image adjustment ................................ 99

Install settings.................................... 107

System settings ................................. 118

Network settings ................................ 130

Checking Projector Information ....... 138

Using the Projector on a

Network ......................................139

Completing Computer Settings for a

Network Connection .......................... 139

Setting Up the Network ..................... 143

Controlling the Projector from a

Computer ............................................ 155

Advanced Projection.................157

Projecting from Multiple Projectors at

Once (Edge Blending) ....................... 157

Advanced Registration to Adjust

Projected Images ............................... 161

Adjusting Peripheral Focus .............. 165

Other Information ................167

Maintenance...............................168

Cleaning the Projector....................... 168

Cleaning the Air Filter........................ 168

Replacing the Air Filter...................... 169

Replacing the Lamp........................... 171

Replacement Lamp ............................ 172

Lamp Replacement Procedure ......... 173

Product Specifications .............176

Displayed Test Patterns .................... 176

Supported Signal Types.................... 177

Specifications..................................... 181

Troubleshooting ........................187

LED Indicator Details......................... 187

Symptoms and Solutions.................. 188

Index ...........................................193

Option.........................................195

3

Projector Highlights

4K Model With a High-Definition, 4096 x 2400 LCOS

Panel

Outstanding projection resolution of up to 4096 x 2400 is possible, using three

0.76 inch liquid crystal on silicon (LCOS) panels in conjunction with dual highperformance image processors and a new 4K-compatible wide zoom lens.

Bright Yet Compact

Projects images at a bright 5,000 lumens but is also compact, at 470 x 533.5 x

175 mm (18.5 x 6.9 x 21.0 in., W x D x H). (

P181

)

Supports Fully Digital Input

Compatible with HDMI 2.0 (HDCP 2.2), the projector enables 4K projection (up to

4096 x 2160 at 60 Hz) via a single HDMI cable when connected to equipment such as a Blu-ray player/recorder. 4K projection from multiple input terminals — two for

HDMI and four for DVI — is also supported, using a multi-input feature.

Peripheral Focus Adjustment

Image focus can be adjusted on the edges of the screen, enabling use in dome

projection. ( P113

,

P165

)

Edge Blending

Blend the overlapping edges of images from multiple projectors to make the overall image more seamless. (

P113

)

High-Precision Image Registration

Precise correction of red, green, or blue misalignment in different areas of the screen is possible by color and area. (

P111 )

Superior Video Viewing Experience

Refinements in motion blur reduction make video projection more enjoyable to watch. (

P125

)

4

Safety Instructions

Before installing and operating the projector, read this manual thoroughly.

This projector provides many convenient features and functions. Operating the projector properly enables you to manage those features and maintain it in good condition for many years to come.

Improper operation may result in not only shortening the product life, but also malfunctions, fire hazards, or other accidents.

If your projector does not seem to be operating properly, read this manual again, check operations and cable connections, and try the solutions in the

“Troubleshooting” section in the back of this manual. If the problem still persists, contact the Canon Customer Support Center.

CAUTION

RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK

DO NOT OPEN

CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT

REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS

INSIDE EXCEPT LAMP REPLACEMENT. REFER SERVICING TO

QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.

THIS SYMBOL INDICATES THAT DANGEROUS VOLTAGE

CONSTITUTING A RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK IS PRESENT

WITHIN THIS UNIT.

THIS SYMBOL INDICATES THAT THERE ARE IMPORTANT

OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS FOR THIS

UNIT IN THE OWNER’S MANUAL.

CAUTION

Not for use in a computer room as defined in the Standard for the Protection of

Electronic Computer / Data Processing Equipment, ANSI / NFPA 75.

5

Safety Instructions

Safety Precautions

WARNING:

• THIS APPARATUS MUST BE GROUNDED.

• TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE

THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.

This projector produces intense light from the projection lens. Do not stare directly into the lens, otherwise eye damage could result. Be especially careful that children do not stare directly into the beam.

Install the projector in a proper position. Otherwise it may result in a fire hazard.

Allowing the proper amount of space on the top, sides, and rear of the projector cabinet is critical for proper air circulation and cooling of the unit. The diagrams shown here indicates the minimum space required. If the projector is to be built into a compartment or similarly enclosed, these minimum distances must be maintained.

SIDE and TOP REAR

50 cm (1.6')

50 cm

(1.6')

50 cm

(1.6')

50 cm

(1.6')

Do not cover the ventilation slots on the projector. Heat build-up can reduce the service life of your projector, and can also be dangerous.

If the projector is unused for an extended time, unplug the projector from the power outlet.

Do not project the same image for a long time.

An afterimage may remain on the LCD panels due to the characteristics of the panels of the projector.

CAUTION ON HANGING FROM THE

CEILING

When hanging the projector from the ceiling, clean the air intake vents and top of the projector periodically with a vacuum cleaner. If you leave the projector unclean for a long time, the cooling fans can be clogged with dust, and it may cause a breakdown or a disaster.

DO NOT SET THE PROJECTOR IN GREASY, WET, OR SMOKY CONDITIONS

SUCH AS IN A KITCHEN TO PREVENT A BREAKDOWN OR A DISASTER. IF

THE PROJECTOR COMES IN CONTACT WITH OIL OR CHEMICALS, IT MAY

BECOME DETERIORATED.

6

Safety Instructions

READ AND KEEP THIS OWNER’S MANUAL FOR LATER

USE.

All the safety and operating instructions should be read before beginning to operate the product.

Read all of the instructions given here and retain them for later use. Unplug this projector from the AC power supply before cleaning. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners on the projector. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.

Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the projector.

For added protection of the projector during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended or unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet. This will prevent damage due to lightning and power surges.

Do not expose this unit to rain or use near water... for example, in a wet basement, near a swimming pool, etc...

Do not use attachments not recommended by the manufacturer as they may result in hazards.

Do not place this projector on an unstable cart, stand, or table. The projector may fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious damage to the projector.

Use only with a cart or stand recommended by the manufacturer, or sold with the projector. Wall or shelf mounting should be carried out in accordance with the manufacturer’s directions, and should use a mounting kit approved by the manufacturers.

An appliance and cart combination should be moved with care.

Sudden stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause the appliance and cart combination to overturn.

Slots and openings in the rear and front of the cabinet are provided for ventilation, to insure reliable operation of the equipment and to protect it from overheating.

The openings should never be covered with cloth or other materials, and the bottom opening should not be blocked by placing the projector on a bed, sofa, rug, or other similar surface. This projector should never be placed near or over a radiator or heat register.

This projector should not be placed in a built-in installation such as a book case unless proper ventilation is provided.

7

Safety Instructions

Never push objects of any kind into this projector through cabinet slots as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts that could result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind onto the projector.

Do not install the projector near the ventilation duct of air-conditioning equipment.

This projector should be operated using only the type of power source indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power supplied, contact the

Canon Customer Support Center or local power company.

Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can result in fire or electric shock. Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not locate this projector where the cord may be damaged by people walking on it.

Do not attempt to service this projector yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltages or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.

Unplug this projector from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions: a. When the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed.

b. If liquid has been spilled into the projector.

c. If the projector has been exposed to rain or water.

d. If the projector does not operate normally after following the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that are covered in the operating instructions as improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the projector to normal operating condition.

e. If the projector has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged.

f. When the projector exhibits a distinct change in performance-this indicates a need for servicing.

When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician uses replacement parts specified by the manufacturer that have the same characteristics as the original parts. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock, or injury.

Upon completion of any service or repairs to this projector, ask the service technician to perform routine safety checks to determine that the projector is in safe operating condition.

8

Safety Instructions

AC Power Cord Requirement

The AC Power Cord supplied with this projector meets the requirements for use in the country you purchased it.

AC Power Cord for the United States and Canada:

The AC Power Cord used in the United States and Canada is listed by the Underwriters Laboratories (UL) and certified by the Canadian Standard Association (CSA).

The AC Power Cord has a grounding-type AC line plug. This is a safety feature to ensure the plug fits into the power outlet. Do not try to tamper with this safety feature. Should you be unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact your electrician.

Ground

THE SOCKET-OUTLET SHOULD BE INSTALLED NEAR THE EQUIPMENT AND

EASILY ACCESSIBLE.

For the U.S. and Canada, LAMP (S) INSIDE THIS PRODUCT CONTAIN

MERCURY AND MUST BE RECYCLED OR DISPOSED OF ACCORDING

TO LOCAL, MUNICIPAL, STATE, PROVINCIAL, OR FEDERAL LAWS.

For lamp recycling and disposal information please call 1-800-OK-CANON for the U.S. and Canada.

Only for European Union and EEA (Norway, Iceland and

Liechtenstein)

These symbols indicate that this product is not to be disposed of with your household waste, according to the WEEE Directive (2012/

19/EU), the Battery Directive (2006/66/EC) and/or national legislation implementing those Directives.

If a chemical symbol is printed beneath the symbol shown above, in accordance with the Battery Directive, this indicates that a heavy metal (Hg = Mercury, Cd = Cadmium, Pb = Lead) is present in this battery or accumulator at a concentration above an applicable threshold specified in the Battery Directive.

This product should be handed over to a designated collection point, e.g., on an authorized one-for-one basis when you buy a new similar product or to an authorized collection site for recycling waste electrical and electronic equipment (EEE) and batteries and accumulators. Improper handling of this type of waste could have a possible impact on the environment and human health due to potentially hazardous substances that are generally associated with

EEE. Your cooperation in the correct disposal of this product will contribute to the effective usage of natural resources.

For more information about the recycling of this product, please contact your local city office, waste authority, approved scheme or your household waste disposal service or visit www.canon-europe.com/weee, or www.canon-europe.com/battery.

9

Safety Instructions

Federal Communication Commission Notice

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.

Note: 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 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. The cable with a ferrite core provided with the projector must be used with this equipment in order to comply with Class A of the

FCC Rules. Use of a shielded cable is required to comply with Class A of FCC

Rules. Do not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless otherwise specified in the instructions. If such changes or modifications should be made, you could be required to stop operation of the equipment.

Warning:

This is a class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.

The cable with a ferrite core provided with the projector must be used with this equipment in order to comply with Class A .

Use of a shielded cable is required to comply with Class A .

10

Safety Instructions

Safety Symbols in this Manual

This section describes the safety symbols used in this manual. Important projector safety information is identified by the following symbols. Always observe the safety information by these symbols.

Denotes the risk of death or serious injury from improper handling if the information is not observed. To ensure safe use, always observe this information.

Denotes the risk of injury from improper handling if the information is not observed. To ensure safe use, always observe this information.

Denotes the risk of burns from improper handling if the information is not observed. To ensure safe use, always observe this information.

Denotes prohibited actions.

Denotes required actions or information that must be observed.

11

Safety Instructions

Precautions for Use

As this section contains important safety-related information, be sure to read the following carefully beforehand in order to use your projector correctly and safely.

During installation, keep the projector plug easily accessible so that the projector can be unplugged immediately if necessary, or keep a circuit breaker within reach.

If the following situations occur, turn the power off, remove the power plug from the power outlet and contact the Canon Customer Support Center. Failure to do so could cause a fire or result in an electric shock.

If smoke is emitted

If an unusual smell or noise is emitted

If water or other liquid has entered the projector

If metal or any other foreign material has entered the projector

If the projector is knocked over or dropped and the cabinet is damaged

Pay attention to the following points for handling the power cord. Failure to do so may cause a fire, electric shock or personal injury.

Do not place any objects on the power cord and do not allow it to become trapped under the projector.

Do not cover the power cord with a carpet.

Do not modify or excessively bend, twist, pull, wind, or bundle the power cord.

Keep the power cord away from heaters and other sources of heat.

Do not use a damaged power cord. If the power cord is damaged, purchase a replacement from your dealer.

The power cord included with this projector is for use exclusively with this product. Do not use this cord for other products.

12

Safety Instructions

Pay attention to the following points regarding the power source, power plug and handling of the connector. Failure to do so may cause a fire, electric shock or personal injury.

Do not use any power source with a voltage other than the voltage indicated

(AC 100–240 V).

Do not pull the power cord and be sure to hold the power plug or connector when removing. Incorrect handling may damage the power cord.

Do not insert any metal objects into the contact parts of the power plug or connector.

Do not remove the power plug or connector with wet hands.

Insert the power plug and connector securely up to the base. Additionally, do not use a damaged power plug or an outlet that is loose.

Before using an extension cord, check carefully to avoid exceeding the cord’s rated capacity.

Periodically inspect the power plug and outlet and remove any dust or dirt from between the plug and the outlet.

Installation and Handling Precautions

Pay attention to the following points regarding installation and handling of the projector.

Failure to do so may cause a fire, electric shock or personal injury.

Do not use the projector where it might get wet, such as outdoors or by bathtubs or showers.

Do not place containers containing a liquid on top of the projector.

Do not touch the projector itself, the power cord, or the cable if lightening strikes.

Do not move the projector until you have switched off the power, removed the power plug from the power outlet and unplugged any other cables.

Unplug the projector before cleaning or maintenance.

13

Safety Instructions

Pay attention to the following points regarding installation and handling of the projector.

Failure to do so may cause a fire, electric shock or personal injury.

Do not remove the cabinet from the projector or disassemble it. The interior of the projector contains high-voltage components as well as parts that are hot. If inspection, maintenance or repair is required, contact the Canon

Customer Support Center.

Do not disassemble or modify the projector (including consumable parts) or the remote control.

Do not look directly into the exhaust vents during use.

Do not insert any object into vents in the projector, such as the air intake vent or exhaust vents.

Do not place a pressurized can in front of the exhaust vents. The pressure of the contents of the can may increase due to heat from the exhaust vents and this could result in an explosion.

When cleaning off dust or dirt from the projector lens etc., do not use any kind of spray that is flammable. As the temperature of the lamp inside the projector is high, it could ignite, causing a fire.

As strong light beams are emitted while the projector is in use, do not look directly into the projector lens. Doing so could cause an eye injury. Pay particular attention to prevent small children from doing so.

Light from the projector is classified as

Risk Group 2 (RG2) according to

IEC 62471-5:2015.

RG2

When setting the projector on a high surface for projection, be sure the surface is flat and stable.

For ceiling mounting precautions, refer to the installation manual included with the ceiling mount (sold separately).

Precautions on the Lamp

This projector uses a high-pressure mercury lamp, which must be handled carefully and correctly as described below.

The mercury lamp has the following characteristics.

The lamp will gradually become darker over time.

Impact, abrasion, or use of worn-out lamps may cause lamps to rupture (accompanied by a loud noise) or burn out.

Lamps are more likely to rupture after the lamp replacement message is displayed (see

“Replacing the Lamp” ( P171 )). Replace the lamp with a new one as soon as possible.

Useful life of lamps varies widely from lamp to lamp and depending on the environment of use. Some lamps may fail or rupture soon after they are first used.

Be prepared by keeping a spare lamp.

14

Safety Instructions

Note the following precautions during lamp replacement or when a lamp has ruptured.

Failure to do so could result in an electric shock or personal injury.

Before replacing the lamp, always unplug the projector and wait at least an hour.

Ruptured lamps may scatter shards of glass inside the projector. Contact the

Canon Customer Support Center for cleaning and inspection of the projector interior and lamp replacement.

Precautions when replacing lamps that stop working

If illumination suddenly stops, either when you turn the projector on or after it has been on for a while, the lamp may have ruptured. In this case, never attempt to replace the lamp by yourself. Always request service from the

Canon Customer Support Center.

With ceiling-mounted projectors, the lamp may fall out when you open the lamp cover, or during replacement. During replacement, stand to the side of the lamp cover, not directly under it.

If the lamp ruptures, dust and gas (containing mercury vapor) may come out of the exhaust vents. If this happens, immediately open the windows and doors to provide ventilation to the room.

If you accidentally inhale gas from the lamp or get any pieces in your eyes or mouth, consult a doctor immediately.

Precautions for the Batteries of the Remote

Control

Pay attention to the following points regarding handling of batteries. Failing to do so could result in a fire or personal injury.

Do not heat, short circuit or disassemble the batteries, or place them in a fire.

Do not attempt to recharge the batteries that are included with the remote control.

Remove the batteries when they are flat or when the remote control will not be used for a long period of time.

When replacing the batteries, replace both at the same time. Also, do not use two batteries of a different type at the same time.

Insert the batteries with the + and - terminals in the correct directions.

If any liquid from inside the batteries leaks out and contacts your skin, be sure to wash the liquid off thoroughly.

15

Safety Instructions

Pay attention to the following points regarding installation and handling of the projector.

If the projector will not be used for a long period of time, be sure to remove the power plug from the power outlet to ensure safety.

Failure to do so presents a risk of fire if dust accumulates on the plug or outlet.

Parts of the cabinet around and above the exhaust vents may become hot during projection. Touching these areas during operation could cause burns to the hands. Pay particular attention in preventing young children from touching these parts.

Additionally, do not place any metal objects around or above the exhaust vents. Due to the heat from the projector, doing so could cause an accident or personal injury.

Do not place the projector where it may be exposed to oily smoke or steam, such as near kitchen counters or humidifiers. Doing so may cause fire or electric shock.

Do not place any heavy objects on top of the projector or sit / stand on it. Pay particular attention to prevent small children from doing so. The projector may be knocked over and this could result in damage or a personal injury.

Do not place the projector on an unstable or slanted surface.

Doing so may cause the projector to fall or be knocked over and could result in a personal injury.

Do not place any objects in front of the lens during projection. Also, do not start projection with the lens cap on. Doing so could cause a fire.

Presenters in front of the projector should stand where the light does not seem too bright, and where their shadow does not fall on the screen.

When handling the lamp, pay attention to the following points.

Be sure not to handle the lamp immediately after it has been used. Be sure to switch off the power and wait for approximately

1 hour for the lamp and the projector to cool down sufficiently.

Failure to do so could result in a burn or personal injury due to heat from the lamp or projector.

16

Safety Instructions

Ceiling Attachment Part No.: RS-CL15 (Option)

Make sure the followings when you install and handle the ceiling attachment. Otherwise, it may result in fire, electric shock or injury.

Make sure to prepare stable scaffolding when installing the ceiling attachment.

Make sure to fully insert the power plug and connectors when connecting the projector. Never use a damaged plug or loosen outlet.

Make sure to tighten screws for the ceiling attachment securely and never loosen or remove them.

Never look into a lens when adjusting the projection because a high-intensity light is projected from the projector. It may result in eye damage.

During projection, never put an object in front of the projector’s lens.

Make sure the followings when you install and handle the ceiling attachment.

Make sure to ask the Canon Customer Support Center if you want to install the ceiling attachment. An inappropriate installation may cause an accident.

Always check ceiling strength before installation. The installation area on the ceiling must be strong enough to hold the weight of the projector and ceiling mount (including extension pipe). If the ceiling is not strong enough, install sufficient reinforcements. The projector may cause injury if it falls.

Have two or more people help when carrying or installing the projector, and be careful not to drop it or pinch your fingers.

When installing the projector, take measures to keep the projector attached in the event of movement or an earthquake, as by a wire or cable. The projector may cause injury if it falls.

17

For Safe Use

Pay attention to the following points when carrying or transporting the projector.

This projector is a precision instrument. Do not knock it over or subject it to impacts. Doing so may cause a malfunction.

Protection of the projector cannot be guaranteed if used packaging or shockabsorbent materials are reused. Fragments from shock-absorbent material may also enter the interior of the projector which could cause a malfunction.

Disconnect the cables connected to the projector. Carrying the projector while the cables are attached may cause an accident.

Retract the adjustable feet before moving the projector. Leaving the feet extended may cause damage.

Pay attention to the following points when installing or using the projector.

Do not touch the lens with bare hands. Doing so may result in deterioration of image quality.

If the projector is abruptly taken from a cool to a warm location, condensation may form on the lens or mirrors, which may cause a blurred image. Wait until the condensation has evaporated for the image projected to return to normal.

Do not install the projector in a location where the temperature is high or low.

Doing so may cause a malfunction. For guidelines on operating temperatures, see “Product Specifications”.

Do not place any objects on top of the projector that may change shape or color due to heat.

Projector settings must be adjusted when using the projector at high altitudes or in upward or downward projection. Failure to adjust the settings may shorten the lamp life or damage the lamp. For details, contact the

Canon Customer Support Center.

Do not install the projector near high-voltage electrical power lines or an electrical power source.

Do not use the projector on a soft surface such as carpet or sponge mat, etc.

Doing so could cause heat to build up inside the projector and this could result in a malfunction.

Do not block the air intake or exhaust vents of the cooling fan. If the air intake or exhaust vent is blocked, heat cannot be released from inside the projector, which may shorten the useful life of the lamp or cause malfunction.

Installing the projector in the wrong direction may cause a malfunction or accident. Do not install the projector with one side raised, or with the projector tilted toward the left or right.

Install the projector with sufficient space between air intakes and exhaust vents and walls. Failure to do so could cause a malfunction.

Do not install the projector in a location that is damp, or where there is a lot of dust, oily smoke or tobacco smoke. Doing so could cause contamination of optical components such as the lens and the mirror and may result in deterioration of image quality.

Dust that accumulates inside over long periods without cleaning may eventually damage the projector or affect picture quality. Clean the air filter regularly. (

P168 )

Before projection, always remove the lens cap. Failure to do so may damage the projector.

18

Before Installation

Precautions When Carrying/Shipping the

Projector

Note the following precautions when carrying or shipping the projector.

• Disconnect the cables connected to the projector. Carrying the projector with the cables attached may cause an accident.

• Retract the adjustable feet. Leaving the feet extended when the projector is moved may cause damage.

• Do not carry or move the projector alone. Have at least one assistant.

Precautions for Installation

Be sure to read “Safety Instructions” and “For Safe Use” ( P5

P18 ). Also

take the following precautions during installation.

• Do not strike the projector or subject it to impact. Doing so may cause a malfunction.

• Do not install the projector so that it is inclined or standing vertically. The projector may be damaged if it tips over.

Do Not Use in the Following Environments

• Locations with excessive humidity, dust, oily smoke or tobacco smoke

Adhesion to the lens, mirrors or other optical parts may reduce image quality.

• Near high-voltage power lines or sources of electrical power

This may cause malfunction.

• On soft surfaces such as carpets or cushioned mats

Heat may build up inside the projector and damage it.

• Locations with excessive temperature or humidity

This may damage the projector. Acceptable ranges for operating and storage temperature and humidity are as follows.

Operating temperature

0°C (32°F) – 40°C (104°F)

Operating humidity

Up to 85%

Storage temperature

-20°C (-4°F) – 60°C (140°F)

19

Before Installation

Do Not Touch the Lens with Bare Hands

Do not touch the lens with bare hands. Doing so may adversely affect picture quality.

Allow a 30 Min. Warm Up before Focus Adjustment (

P67

), if Possible

The focus position may not stabilize immediately after startup, due to lamp heat.

When adjusting focus, it is also helpful to use the test pattern (10) (

P117

, P176 ).

Install at a Sufficient Distance from Walls and Other Obstructions

If the air intake or exhaust vent is blocked, heat will accumulate inside the projector, possibly resulting in a shortened

Air intake vent projector lifetime or a malfunction.

Similarly, do not install in narrow, enclosed spaces with poor ventilation. Install in a wellventilated location. Ensure a

Air intake vent

Exhaust vent minimum clearance of 50 cm (1.6 ft.) above, on both sides, and behind the projector, as shown below.

50 cm (1.6')

50 cm

(1.6')

50 cm

(1.6')

50 cm

(1.6')

Be Careful of Condensation

If the temperature of the room rises suddenly, moisture in the air may condense on the projector lens and mirror, causing the image to become blurred. Wait until the condensation has evaporated for the image projected to return to normal.

At Altitudes above 2,300 m (7,545.8'), Adjust the Settings

Projector settings must be adjusted when using the projector at altitudes of 2,300 m

(7,545.8') or higher. Specifically, refer to instructions for [High altitude] (

P112 ) in the

[Install settings] menu.

20

When Using Mounted on the Ceiling

When the projector is used mounted on the ceiling or installed in a high location, it is necessary to periodically clean the air intake and exhaust vents, and the area around the air filter. Dust that accumulates in intake or exhaust vents may impair ventilation, raising the temperature inside and posing a risk of damage or fire. Use a vacuum cleaner or similar means to remove dust from the intake vent and exhaust vent.

Before Installation

21

Before Installation

Install Facing in the Correct Direction

• The projector can be installed facing any direction, as shown below. However, projection upward or downward may shorten the useful life of the lamp.

• For upward or downward projection, refer to instructions for

[Vertical projection] ( P112 ) in the [Install settings] menu.

• Do not attempt to install the projector for upward or downward projection by yourself. Always request installation by a qualified technician or the Canon Customer Support Center.

10° 10°

Upward projection:

Inclination of the projector should be no more than

10° from the vertical axis.*

10° 10°

Downward projection:

Inclination of the projector should be no more than

10° from the vertical axis.*

10°

10°

If installing the projector on the floor or hanging from the ceiling, the left / right inclination of the projector should be no more than 10°.*

Do not use the projector standing on its side.*

* Failure to do so may damage the lamp.

• There are no options for installing the projector other than the ceiling attachment (

P37 ,

P38

, P195

).

• When mounting the projector on the ceiling, it is more convenient to install the projector right-side up, with the adjustable feet facing down.

22

Before Installation

Copyright Notice

Please note that enlarging or reducing the size of an image for commercial purposes or public presentation may infringe on the legally protected copyright or the copyright holder of the original material.

Ensure Network Security

Take measures to ensure network security. Note that Canon is not liable in any way for direct or indirect loss from network security incidents, such as unauthorized access.

Examples of Security Measures

Use in an intranet environment.

Assign a private IP address.

Use behind a firewall.

Change passwords regularly.

About Trademarks

Ethernet is a registered trademark of Xerox Corporation.

Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 are registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft

Corporation in the United States and / or other countries.

Mac, Mac OS and Macintosh are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the

United States and / or other countries.

HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing, LLC.

PJLink is a registered trademark of JBMIA and pending trademark in some countries.

PJLink is a registered trademark, or an application has been submitted for trademark, in Japan, the United States and / or other countries or regions.

AMX is a trademark of AMX Corporation.

Crestron®, Crestron RoomView®, and Crestron Connected™ are registered trademarks of Crestron Electronics, Inc.

All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

23

Open Source Software

The product contains Open Source Software modules. For details, see

“ThirdPartySoftware.pdf” (Third-Party Software License) in the

OpenSourceSoftware folder in the LICENSE folder on the Setup CD-ROM. Each module’s license conditions are also available in the same folder.

Software under the GNU General Public License Version 2

Contained programs are free software; you can redistribute them and/or modify them under the terms of the GNU General Public License attached to each copy of the program.

Each program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY

WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or

FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Please see “NO WARRANTY” and

“NO SUPPORT” stated below. For more detail, please see full text of the GNU

General Public License.

NO WARRANTY

BECAUSE THE PROGRAM IS LICENSED FREE OF CHARGE, THERE IS NO

WARRANTY FOR THE PROGRAM, TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY

APPLICABLE LAW. EXCEPT WHEN OTHERWISE STATED IN WRITING THE

COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND/OR OTHER PARTIES PROVIDE THE PROGRAM

“AS IS” WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESSED OR

IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF

MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THE

ENTIRE RISK AS TO THE QUALITY AND PERFORMANCE OF THE PROGRAM

IS WITH YOU. SHOULD THE PROGRAM PROVE DEFECTIVE, YOU ASSUME

THE COST OF ALL NECESSARY SERVICING, REPAIR OR CORRECTION.

IN NO EVENT UNLESS REQUIRED BY APPLICABLE LAW OR AGREED TO IN

WRITING WILL ANY COPYRIGHT HOLDER, OR ANY OTHER PARTY WHO MAY

MODIFY AND/OR REDISTRIBUTE THE PROGRAM AS PERMITTED ABOVE, BE

LIABLE TO YOU FOR DAMAGES, INCLUDING ANY GENERAL, SPECIAL,

INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF THE USE OR

INABILITY TO USE THE PROGRAM (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOSS

OF DATA OR DATA BEING RENDERED INACCURATE OR LOSSES SUSTAINED

BY YOU OR THIRD PARTIES OR A FAILURE OF THE PROGRAM TO OPERATE

WITH ANY OTHER PROGRAMS), EVEN IF SUCH HOLDER OR OTHER PARTY

HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.

NO SUPPORT

Canon Inc., and all its subsidiaries or its dealers do not make any support service regarding the source code. Canon Inc., and all its subsidiaries or its dealers shall not respond to any questions or enquiries, from you or any other customers, regarding the source code.

24

Before Use

Included Accessories

Before use, make sure the following items are included in the package.

Remote control (part No.: RS-RC05)

Batteries for the remote control (AA size x2)

Lens cap

The RS-RC05 can also be used as a

wired remote. ( P34 )

Power cord (1.8 m / 5.9')

For Continental

Europe

User’s Manual (CD-ROM)

For the U.S.A. and Canada

Important Information

Warranty Card

Lens Cap

Lens cap

Always remove the lens cap before projection. Accidentally leaving the lens cap on during projection may distort the lens cap and damage the projector.

25

Before Use

Part Names

Projector

Front Side

Terminals and connectors ( P30 )

Power cord connector (

P59

)

LED indicators ( P28 )

Air intake vent

Air filter (

P169

)

Do not block the air intake.

Doing so may cause a malfunction.

Anti-theft lock hole

An anti-theft wire cable (not included) can be connected.

Side control (

P27

)

Infrared remote receiver (

P34

)

Rear Side

Projection lens

Always remove the lens cap before projection.

Failure to do so may cause a malfunction.

Adjustable feet ( P36 )

Air intake vent

Do not block the air intake.

Doing so may cause a malfunction.

Exhaust vent

Do not block the air exhaust.

Doing so may cause a malfunction.

Lamp cover (

P173

)

Infrared remote receiver ( P34 )

Security bar

A wire or cable can be attached to deter theft.

26

Side Control

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)

Before Use

(7)

(1) POWER button ( P60

,

P79

)

Turns the projector on or off.

(2) INPUT button ( P63 )

Switches the input signal.

(3) LENS button (

P67

)

Each time the button is pressed, the adjustment window changes, from focus (

P67

) to zoom (image size) (

P68

) to lens shift (image

position) ( P70 ).

To adjust the image, use the [ ] /

[ ] or [ ] / [ ] buttons.

After the focus adjustment window, the marginal focus adjustment window is also displayed for adjusting focus of image edges

( P165 ), depending on the [Marginal

focus] setting ( P113

).

(4) KEYSTONE button ( P73 )

Corrects keystone distortion.

(5) OK button ( P86 )

Determines the item selected from the menu.

(6) Pointer / VOL buttons ( P85

)

Up, down, left, or right in menu navigation or other operations.

Adjust the sound volume.

[ ] VOL– button: Decreases the volume.

[ ] VOL+ button: Increases the volume.

(7) MENU button ( P84

)

Displays a menu on the screen.

27

Before Use

LED Indicators

The projector status is shown by the LED indicators (off / lit / flashing).

POWER (green) : Lights up or flashes under normal conditions when the power is on.

STAND BY (red) : Lights up or flashes during standby or when the projector is shutting down.

WARNING (red) : Lights up or flashes when an error occurs.

LAMP (orange) : Lights up or flashes when a problem occurs with the lamp or lamp cover.

TEMP (red) : Lights up or flashes when the internal temperature is high.

28

Before Use

LED Indicator Displays

Projector operating status is indicated by five LEDs, as shown in the following table.

For details on warnings, see “LED Indicator Details” ( P187 ).

: Off : Lit : Flashing Example of when the POWER indicator is on;

LED indicator

POWER

(green)

STAND BY

(red)

WARNING

(red)

LAMP

(orange)

TEMP

(red)

Operating status

Projector not plugged in.

In standby mode.

Resuming operation (projection) after standby.

Cooling down while entering standby or power management mode from power on.

Power is on. (Projecting.)

In power management mode, with the lamp off. (Flashes green and then red.)

The time for replacing the lamp is near. (In standby mode.)

The time for replacing the lamp is near. (During projection)

Internal temperature is high. (In standby mode.)

Internal temperature is high. (During projection)

A lamp error has occurred.

A temperature error has occurred.

The lamp cover is open.

Flashes 3 times: An air filter error has occurred.

Flashes 4 times: A fan error has occurred.

Flashes 5 times: A power error has occurred.

A flashing LAMP indicator means that it is almost time to replace the lamp. Prepare a replacement lamp.

29

Before Use

Input Terminal

(1) (2)

(3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8)

(1) HDMI terminal (HDMI) (

P52 ,

P53

)

Receives digital video signals (HDMI).

Carries both video and audio signals across a single cable.

(2) Digital PC / DVI-D terminal (DVI-D) ( P52 )

Connects the external monitor output from a computer.

Receives digital PC signal (Digital PC).

(3) Service port (CONTROL) ( P184 )

Used for executing user commands ( P185 –

P186 ).

(4) LAN port (

P130

)

Connects the LAN cable (shielded twisted pair).

Used to connect the projector to a network.

(5) USB port (

P129 )

Connects a USB flash drive. Used for firmware updates.

(6) AUDIO IN terminal (AUDIO IN) (

P52 )

Receives audio input. Audio supplied to this terminal is played through the internal speaker when you select [Audio in] as the source audio terminal for the selected source video.

(7) AUDIO OUT terminal (AUDIO OUT) ( P52 ,

P53

)

Outputs the selected audio signal. (Connecting an audio cable to this terminal mutes the speaker.)

(8) Terminal for wired remote control (REMOTE) (

P34

)

This terminal is used to connect the remote control using a cable.

30

Remote Control

The remote control allows you to operate all functions of the projector.

Before Use

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(1) POWER button (

P60

, P79 )

Turns the projector on or off.

(2) ASPECT button ( P72 ,

P96

)

Changes the aspect ratio mode.

(3) Pointer buttons (

P85 )

Selects the upper, lower, left or right item in the menu.

(4) OK button ( P86

)

Determines the item selected from the menu.

(5) ZOOM button (

P68

)

Adjusts the image size.

[ ] / [ ] buttons:

Increase the image size.

[ ] / [ ] buttons:

Decrease the image size.

(6) FOCUS button ( P67

)

Adjusts focusing.

[ ] / [ ] buttons:

Moves the focus position further away.

[ ] / [ ] buttons:

Moves the focus position nearer.

By pressing the

FOCUS

button twice, you can adjust the focus at image edges (

P165

).

[Marginal focus] setting ( P113

).

(7) TEST PATTERN button ( P117 )

Displays the test pattern.

(8) D.ZOOM button

Not used with this product.

(9) Ch button ( P123 )

Changes the remote control channel when the remote control is used via the infrared transmitter.

(10) IMAGE button (

P76 )

Switches the image mode (image quality).

(11) AUTO PC button

Not used with this product.

(12) INPUT button (

P63

)

Switches the input signal.

31

Before Use

(13) Change input buttons

Change the input signal between Digital

PC and HDMI.

ANALOG 1

,

ANALOG 2

and

COMPONENT

are not used with this product.

(14) MENU button ( P84 )

Displays a menu on the screen.

(15) EXIT button ( P86 )

Cancels functions such as menu display or test pattern during operation and returns to the image display.

(16) SHIFT button ( P70 )

Shifts the image up, down, left, or right.

[ ] / [ ] / [ ] / [ ] buttons:

Moves the image.

(17) KEYSTONE button ( P73

)

Corrects keystone distortion.

The [Keystone] setting enables both horizontal/vertical keystone correction

(by adjusting top/bottom/left/right length) and corner correction.

(18) VOL button

Adjusts the sound volume.

[ ] button, [3] button:

Increases the volume.

[ ] button, [6] button:

Decreases the volume.

(19) MUTE button

Mutes the sound.

(20) Numerical buttons (

P128

, P132 ,

P134

)

Enter password and TCP/IP setting values.

(21) Fn button

Not used with this product.

(22) BLANK button ( P80 )

Temporarily blacks out the image.

(23) FREEZE button (

P80

)

Freezes the projected image.

(24) Terminal for wired remote control (

P34 )

Connects a cable to the projector for remote control operation.

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

(19)

(20)

(21)

(22)

(23)

(24)

32

Before Use

Preparing the Remote Control

1

Installing Remote Control Batteries

Open the battery compartment lid.

Raise the battery cover tab while pushing it.

2

Insert batteries.

Insert 2 new AA batteries in the compartment with the

+ and – terminals positioned correctly.

3

Close the compartment lid.

Insert the tab into the remote control notch

(1) and push the battery cover down

(2).

(1)

(2)

• If buttons on the remote control are inoperative when you attempt to operate the projector, replace the batteries with new ones.

• Do not drop the remote control or subject it to impact.

• Do not spill any liquids on the remote control. Doing so may cause a malfunction.

Pay attention to the following points when handling the batteries.

Failing to do so could result in a fire or personal injury.

• Do not heat, short circuit or disassemble the batteries, or place them in a fire.

• Do not attempt to recharge the batteries that are included with the remote control.

• Remove the batteries when they are flat or when the remote control will not be used for a long period of time.

• When replacing the batteries, replace both at the same time. Also, do not use two batteries of a different type at the same time.

• Insert the batteries with the + and - terminals in the correct directions.

• If any liquid from inside the batteries leaks out and contacts your skin, be sure to wash the liquid off thoroughly.

33

Before Use

Remote Control Operating Range

The remote control is an infrared type. Point it at the infrared remote receiver on the front or rear of the projector to operate it.

25°

8 m (26.3')

25°

8 m (26.3')

25°

25°

• Use the remote control within an angle of 25° in any direction from directly in front of the infrared remote receiver.

• The remote control may be inoperative if there is an obstacle between the remote control and the projector or the infrared remote receiver on the projector is exposed to direct sunlight or strong light of lighting equipment.

• When you use 2 or more projectors at the same time, you can change the channel settings to prevent the 2 remote controls from interfering with each other. (

P123

)

Using the Remote (RS-RC05) in a Wired Connection

The remote control can also be used in a wired connection with the projector.

Use a cable with a ø3.5 mm stereo mini jack (not included).

Remote control

(RS-RC05)

Terminal for wired remote control

ø3.5 mm stereo mini jack cable (not included)

• Infrared operations cannot be performed if a cable is connected to the projector or the remote control.

• Use a cable with a ø3.5 mm stereo mini jack (not included) with a length of 30 m (98.4') or less.

34

Basic Guide

Safety Instructions

Before Use

Installation Procedure

Connection Procedure

Projection Procedure

Convenient Features

Using Menus

Menu Configuration

Menu Settings

Using the Projector on a

Network

Advanced Projection

Maintenance

Product Specifications

Troubleshooting

35

Installation Procedure

Before setting up the projector, be sure to read “Before Installation” ( P19 ).

Setting Up the Projector

Positioning the Projector in Front of the Screen

Place the projector in front of the screen.

• To avoid keystone distortion, install the projector so that it is at right angles to the screen.

• The screen must not be exposed to direct sunlight or light from lighting equipment.

In a bright room, it is recommended that lights be turned off, curtains be drawn, and other steps taken to make the screen easier to see.

• Colors may appear distorted when images are viewed from the side on some screens. For best results, use a matte screen with a wide viewing angle.

Screen

Optical axis

Floor Installation

To adjust the projection position when the projector is installed on the floor, use the

lens shift function ( P50

,

P70 ) to adjust the image up / down / left / right.

For information about the relationship between screen size and projection distance, refer to

page 49

.

Lens shift

36

Installation Procedure

Installation on High Surfaces

Using the lens shift function ( P50 ), you can project images toward a lower level.

When setting the projector on a high surface for projection, make sure the surface is flat and stable, and install the projector right-side up with the adjustable feet facing down.

The projector may fall and cause accidents or injury.

Ceiling Mounting or Rear Projection

You can mount the projector on the ceiling (ceiling mounting) or place it behind the screen (rear projection) if you use a translucent screen.

Ceiling mounting

Rear projection

When mounting the projector on the ceiling, it is more convenient to install the projector right-side up, with the adjustable feet facing down.

37

Installation Procedure

Ceiling Mounting with Ceiling Attachment

RS-CL15

This product (RS-CL15) is exclusively for ceiling mounting.

Do not use for any purpose other than ceiling mounting.

Structure of Ceiling Attachment RS-CL15

Parts Included with RS-CL15

Weight: RS-CL15 (6.9 kg/15.2 lbs)

Ceiling-mount bracket and Joint fitting

Base bracket

Ceiling-mount bracket

Joint fitting

The Ceiling-mount bracket must be separated from the Joint fitting, before installation.

Template sheet for a ceiling-mount hole: 2 shts.

Use the template sheet (T2) for the projector.

T1 T2

M6 screw (25 mm/1.0"): 4 pcs.

M5 screw (12 mm/0.5"): 4 pcs.

M4 screw (15 mm/0.6"): 10 pcs.

Anti-fall wires: 2 pcs.

38

Washer (Toothed Lock Washer): 1 pc.

Assembly/Installation Manual

(this manual): 1

Installation Procedure

Extension pipe RS-CL08 / RS-CL09 (option)

Weight: RS-CL08 (2.2 kg/4.9 lbs)/RS-CL09 (3.4 kg/7.5 lbs)

Use an optional extension pipe (RS-CL08 / RS-CL09) according to the ceiling height. For details, contact our local agent.

RS-CL08

Outer/inner pipes and outer/inner covers

M5 screw (12 mm/0.5") : 4 pcs.

M3 screw (10 mm/0.4") : 1 pc.

* The length is adjustable between 35 cm/1.1' and 55 cm/1.9' in steps of 5 cm/0.2'.

RS-CL09

Outer/inner pipes and outer/inner covers

M5 screw (12 mm/0.5") : 4 pcs.

M3 screw (10 mm/0.4") : 1 pc.

* The length is adjustable between 55 cm/1.9' and 95 cm/3.1' in steps of 5 cm/0.2'.

x 4 x 4

Mounting Position

Install the projector straight in front of the screen. You can adjust the screen position using the lens shift feature.

• Before mounting the Ceiling Attachment, be sure to check the strength of the ceiling. The ceiling should be strong enough to support the projector and Ceiling Attachment (and optional extension pipe). If the ceiling is not strong enough, be sure to reinforce it. The projector may fall and you may get injured.

• Make sure to perform the installation operation by at least two persons. Please be careful not to drop any object and pinch a finger during the installation operation.

• To prevent falling caused by earthquake or vibration, take anti-fall measures using tension wires or the like for installation. The projector may fall and you may get injured.

• At least 50 cm (1.6') around the intake and 50 cm (1.6') around the vent should be clear. Otherwise, it may damage the projector due to bad exhaust ventilation.

39

Installation Procedure

Installation Dimensions

Projection

Distance

Height

298 mm

(11.7")

236 mm

(9.3")

534 mm (21.0")

Side view

279 mm

(11.0")

263 mm

(10.4")

236 mm

(9.3")

227 mm

(8.9")

100 mm

(3.9")

113 mm

(4.4")

470 mm (18.5")

Front view

230 mm

(9.1")

235 mm

(9.3")

113 mm

(4.4")

230 mm

(9.1")

235 mm

(9.3")

Top view

Distance from ceiling to lens center ( )

RS-CL15

22.9 cm (9.0")

When RS-CL08 is used

57.9 cm (22.8") to

77.9 cm (30.7")

Ceiling-mount bracket

100 mm

(3.9")

100 mm

(3.9")

When RS-CL09 is used

77.9 cm (30.7") to

117.9 cm (46.4")

80 mm

(3.1")

80 mm

(3.1")

40

Installation Procedure

Assembly and Installation

Installation to flat and level Ceiling

Preparation: Separate the Joint fitting from the Ceiling-mount bracket temporarily

Remove four M5 screws (A) to separate

Joint fitting from the Ceiling-mount bracket.

1

A

Direction to the screen

Make a hole in the ceiling

Use the template sheet (T2) to make holes in the ceiling for securing the

Ceiling-mount bracket.

Make holes to thread cables through.

A

Always use the included template sheet (T2) to determine where to make holes.

The template sheet (T2) is labeled with the direction to the screen, as well as the optical axis (center of the lens).

2

Secure the Ceiling-mount bracket to the ceiling

Use four M13 screws, to secure the

Ceiling-mount bracket to the ceiling with the arrow facing toward the screen.

Before securing the Ceilingmount bracket, be sure to remove

the template sheet (T2).

The M13 screws are not included in the supplied parts. Prepare the

M13 screws suitable for the ceiling structure.

Direction to the screen

41

Installation Procedure

3

Attach the Base bracket to the projector

1 Remove the four screws at each corner on top of the projector.

2 Install the included M6 screws at the four screw fastening positions on the Base bracket.

Attach the included toothed lock washer in the back-left position, as shown at right.

4

Attach the anti-fall wires

Secure the terminal clamps at the end of the wires to (C) on the

Base bracket using supplied M4 screws.

Make sure to fasten and tighten the screw securely.

5

6

Pull cables out of the cable hole in the ceiling

As depicted in the diagram, let

cables pass through the hole on ceiling-mount clamp.

If cables are too thick, make a hole at a different position than the hole on the ceiling-mount clamp, and let them pass through the new hole.

Attach the Joint fitting to the

Ceiling-mount bracket

Secure the Ceiling-mount bracket using the four M5 screws (A) removed during preparation.

C

A

Washer (Toothed Lock Washer)

C

A

Direction to the screen

42

7

8

Hook the Base bracket to the Joint fitting and secure it temporarily

Hook the Base bracket on

Joint fitting protrusions (D) and secure it temporarily using the four M5 screws (B) removed previously.

Pull out the cables.

Be sure to secure screws

(B) tightly after making the adjustment discussed in

“Adjust the Projection

Angle” ( P47 ).

Connect cables

Connect cables to the projector.

B

After completion of installation, adjust the projection angle (

P47 ).

Installation Procedure

D

B

43

Installation Procedure

Installation to a High Ceiling

Use optional extension pipe RS-CL08 or RS-CL09 for high ceiling.

Preparation: Adjust the pipe length according to the ceiling height

1 Remove the covers of outer and inner pipes by slightly sliding them and lift up as shown.

2 Adjust the pipe to the extended length for projector attachment, referring to the following

table, and then secure it using four supplied

M5 screws, as shown.

When attaching screws in step 2, insert the screws and leave an unused screw hole between them. When the extension pipe is stretched to its maximum length, insert the screws in two adjacent screw holes.

1

Extended length when extension pipe is attached (when lens shift is 0%)

Mounting hole position

g h i e f a b c d

Distance from ceiling to lens axis ( )

RS-CL08 RS-CL09

57.9 cm (22.8")

62.9 cm (24.8")

77.9 cm (30.7")

82.9 cm (32.6")

67.9 cm (26.7")

72.9 cm (28.7")

77.9 cm (30.7")

87.9 cm (34.6")

92.9 cm (36.6")

97.9 cm (38.5")

102.9 cm (40.5")

107.9 cm (42.5")

112.9 cm (44.4")

117.9 cm (46.4")

RS-CL08 RS-CL09

2 b d a c e b d f h a c e g i

'

'

44

Installation Procedure

1

2

3

4

5

6

Separate the Joint fitting from the Ceiling-mount bracket temporarily

(Preparation on page

41 )

Make a hole in the ceiling (Step 1 on page

41 )

Secure the Ceiling-mount bracket to the ceiling (Step 2 on page 41

)

Attach the Base bracket to the projector (Step 3 on page

42 )

Attach the anti-fall wire (Step 4 on page

42

)

Attach the top of the extension pipe to the Ceiling-mount bracket

Secure to the extension pipe using the four supplied M5 screws.

The open end of the pipe should face the open end of the Ceilingmount bracket as shown.

Direction to the screen

Direction to the screen

7

Attach the Joint fitting to the bottom of the extension pipe

Use the four M5 screws (A) removed initially to secure it.

A

A

Direction to the screen

45

Installation Procedure

8

Hook the Base bracket to the

Joint fitting and secure it temporarily

Hook the Base bracket on the protrusion (D) of the Joint fitting, and secure it temporarily using the four supplied M5 screws (B).

Pull out the cables.

Be sure to secure screws (B) tightly after making the

adjustment discussed in “Adjust the Projection Angle” ( P47 ).

9

Put the cables in to the pipe and attach the covers

Thread any cables that are too thick for the ceiling-mount bracket hole through a separate hole you have opened.

1 Pull the cables out of the cable hole in the ceiling.

2 Put the cables inside the pipe.

3 Close the inner cover of the pipe and then close outer cover of the pipe.

Secure to the extension pipe using the supplied M3 screw.

4 Connect the cables to the projector.

B

D

B

46

Installation Procedure

Adjust the Projection Angle

Turn on the projector, project an image, and then adjust the projection angle and screen slant angle.

• After completion of adjustment, tighten the screws and check that every fitting is secured firmly.

• Be sure to hold the projector from falling until the Ceilingmount bracket and Base bracket are secured firmly.

Adjust the horizontal projection angle.

H

Adjust the vertical projection angle.

F

Adjust the screen slant angle.

G

Adjust the horizontal projection angle

1 Loosen two wing screws (H). Move the projector horizontally to adjust the horizontal projection angle.

2 When the projector is correctly positioned, tighten the wing screws.

5 q

5 q

H

B

Adjust the vertical projection angle

1 First loosen four screws (F) and then loosen two wing screws (G). Move the projector vertically to adjust the vertical projection angle.

2 When the projector is correctly positioned, first tighten the wing screws (G) and next tighten the four screws (F).

20°

F

47

Installation Procedure

Adjust the screen inclination

1 Loosen four screws (B), and then adjust the slant angle of the projector.

2 When the projector is correctly positioned, tighten the four screws

(B).

B

Precautions when replacing lamps that stop working

• If illumination suddenly stops, either when you turn the projector on or after it has been on for a while, the lamp may have ruptured. In this case, never attempt to replace the lamp by yourself. Always request service from the Canon

Customer Support Center.

• With ceiling-mounted projectors, the lamp may fall out when you open the lamp cover, or during replacement. During replacement, stand to the side of the lamp cover, not directly under it.

• If the lamp ruptures, dust and gas (containing mercury vapor) may come out of the exhaust vents. If this happens, immediately open the windows and doors to provide ventilation to the room.

• If you accidentally inhale gas from the lamp or get any pieces in your eyes or mouth, consult a doctor immediately.

48

Installation Procedure

Relationship between Projecting Distance and

Image Size

The projected image size is determined by the distance to the screen (projection distance), the size of the image (

P68

), and the level of focus (

P67

). Refer to the following table and decide the distance between the projector and screen.

Image Size (diagonal)

Width

Relationship between projecting distance and image size (reference values)

220

240

260

280

140

160

180

200

40

60

80

100

120

300

350

400

450

500

550

600

Image Size

(Dia.)

4096 x 2160 4096 x 2400

Projection distance

[m (feet)]

Width

[cm (in)]

90 (35.4)

135 (53.1)

180 (70.9)

225 (88.6)

270 (106.3)

315 (124.0)

359 (141.3)

404 (159.1)

449 (176.8)

Height

[cm (in)]

47 (18.5)

71 (28.0)

95 (37.4)

118 (46.5)

142 (55.9)

166 (65.4)

190 (74.8)

213 (83.9)

237 (93.3)

Width

[cm (in)]

88 (34.6)

131 (51.6)

175 (68.9)

219 (86.2)

263 (103.5)

307 (120.9)

351 (138.2)

Height

[cm (in)]

51 (20.1)

77 (30.3)

103 (40.6)

128 (50.4)

154 (60.6)

180 (70.9)

205 (80.7)

394 (155.1) 231 (90.9)

438 (172.4) 257 (101.2)

494 (194.5) 261 (102.8) 482 (189.8) 282 (111.0)

539 (212.2) 284 (111.8) 526 (207.1) 308 (121.3)

584 (229.9) 308 (121.3) 570 (224.4) 334 (131.5)

629 (247.6) 332 (130.7) 614 (241.7) 360 (141.7)

Wide limit

0.9 (3.0)

1.3 (4.3)

1.8 (5.9)

2.2 (7.2)

2.7 (8.9)

3.1 (10.2)

3.6 (11.8)

4.0 (13.1)

4.5 (14.7)

4.9 (16.1)

5.4 (17.7)

5.9 (19.4)

6.3 (20.7)

674 (265.4) 355 (139.8) 657 (258.7) 385 (151.9)

786 (309.4) 415 (163.4) 767 (302.0) 449 (176.8)

6.8 (22.3)

7.9 (25.9)

899 (353.9) 474 (186.6) 877 (345.3) 514 (202.4) 9.0 (29.5)

1011 (398.0) 533 (209.8) 986 (388.2) 578 (227.6) 10.2 (33.5)

Tele limit

1.1 (3.6)

1.7 (5.6)

2.3 (7.5)

2.9 (9.5)

3.5 (11.5)

4.1 (13.5)

4.7 (15.4)

5.3 (17.4)

5.8 (19.0)

6.4 (21.0)

7.0 (23.0)

7.6 (24.9)

8.2 (26.9)

8.8 (28.9)

10.3 (33.8)

11.8 (38.7)

13.2 (43.3)

1123 (442.1) 592 (233.1) 1096 (431.5) 642 (252.8) 11.3 (37.1)

1236 (497.2) 652 (256.7) 1205 (474.4) 706 (278.0) 12.4 (40.7)

1348 (530.7) 711 (279.9) 1315 (517.7) 770 (303.1) 13.6 (45.3)

14.7 (48.2)

16.2 (53.1)

17.7 (58.1)

49

Installation Procedure

Lens Shift Function

You can reposition the image in all directions by pressing the

SHIFT

button on the remote control, which moves the lens up, down, left, or right. For instructions, refer

to “Adjusting the Image Position” ( P70 ).

Amount of Lens Shift

The amount of lens shift is indicated as a percentage relative to the image height and width. The lens shift ranges for the projector are as follows.

A (Amount of vertical shift)

B (Amount of horizontal shift)

±60%

±10%

The lens can be shifted up or down and to the left or right. Performance using lens shift is ensured within the recommended range described below. However, peripheral dimness or blurriness may occur in the corners outside the last 10% of the horizontal lens shift range and outside the last 15% of the vertical lens shift range. In this case, adjust lens shift to within the recommended range.

Recommended lens shift range

10%

15%

A A

B

Recommended lens shift range

B

A

Lens shift range

A

50

Installation Procedure

Image size (Dia.)

140

160

180

200

220

240

260

280

40

60

80

100

120

300

350

400

450

500

550

600

Maximum vertical (A) and horizontal (B) movement using lens shift

(reference values [cm (in)])

4096 x 2160

A

28 (11.0)

43 (16.9)

57 (22.4)

71 (28.0)

85 (33.5)

B

9 (3.5)

13 (5.1)

18 (7.1)

22 (8.7)

27 (10.6)

100 (39.4)

114 (44.9)

128 (50.4)

142 (55.9)

156 (116.9)

171 (67.3)

185 (72.4)

199 (78.3)

31 (12.2)

36 (14.2)

40 (15.7)

45 (17.7)

49 (19.3)

54 (21.3)

58 (22.8)

63 (24.8)

213 (83.9)

249 (98.0)

284 (111.8)

320 (126.0)

355 (139.8)

391 (153.9)

427 (168.1)

67 (26.4)

79 (31.1)

90 (35.4)

101 (39.8)

112 (44.1)

124 (48.8)

135 (53.1)

4096 x 2400

A

31 (12.2)

46 (18.1)

62 (24.4)

77 (30.3)

92 (36.2)

B

9 (3.5)

13 (5.1)

18 (7.1)

22 (8.7)

26 (10.2)

108 (42.5)

123 (48.4)

139 (54.7)

154 (60.6)

169 (66.5)

185 (72.8)

200 (78.7)

216 (85.0)

31 (12.2)

35 (13.8)

39 (15.4)

44 (17.3)

48 (18.9)

53 (20.9)

57 (22.4)

61 (24.0)

231 (90.9)

269 (105.9)

308 (121.3)

347 (136.6)

385 (151.6)

424 (166.9)

462 (181.9)

66 (26.0)

77 (30.3)

88 (34.7)

99 (39.0)

110 (43.3)

121 (47.6)

132 (52.0)

• (A) values are the approximate vertical lens shift distance from the central image position within the supported lens shift range.

• (B) values are the approximate horizontal lens shift distance from the central image position within the supported lens shift range.

• Watch the projected image as you adjust it using lens shift.

• When the image no longer moves, you have reached the limit of the lens shift range.

51

Connection Procedure

Before connecting the projector to other equipment, turn off both the projector and the other equipment.

For instructions on connecting multiple sources of input for 4K projection, refer to “4K

Projection” ( P54 ).

Connecting a Computer

Computer

AUDIO output terminal

HDMI terminal

Monitor output terminal

(DVI-D terminal)

Audio cable

(not included)

HDMI cable

(not included)

DVI-D cable

(not included)

HDMI terminal

AUDIO IN terminal

DVI-D terminal

AUDIO OUT terminal

Audio cable

(not included)

Audio cable

(not included)

Mini jack

Amplified speakers

RCA terminal

52

Connecting AV Equipment

AV equipment

HDMI terminal

Connection Procedure

HDMI cable

(not included)

HDMI terminal

AUDIO OUT terminal

Audio cable

(not included)

Audio cable

(not included)

Mini jack

Amplified speakers

RCA terminal

53

Connection Procedure

4K Projection

Definition of 4K

Several resolution specifications are described as being 4K, including 3840 x 2160,

3840 x 2400, 4096 x 2160, and 4096 x 2400, as shown in the following comparative simulation.

1920 x 1080

3840 x 2160

4096 x 2400

The projector supports input signals at resolutions up to the maximum 4K resolution of 4096 x 2400.

For details, check the table of supported signals. ( P177 )

4K Digital Signal Compatibility

The projector is equipped with DVI-D and HDMI (2.0, HDCP 2.2*

1

) inputs.

DVI-D input is classified as single-link or dual-link, depending on the dot clock.

Projecting resolutions with a dot clock higher than 165 MHz requires a dual-link plug and cable.

Main DVI-D input resolutions

1920 x 1200 (single-link; vertical frequency: 60 Hz)

2560 x 1600 (dual-link; vertical frequency: 60 Hz)

4096 x 2160 (dual-link; vertical frequency: 24 Hz)

Main HDMI 2.0 input resolutions

Single-link plug

1920 x 1080 (vertical frequency: 60 Hz)

3840 x 2160 (vertical frequency: 60 Hz)

4096 x 2160 (vertical frequency: 60 Hz)

Dual-link plug

Resolution

Frequency

Subsampling

Color depth

HDMI 1.4

(10.2 Gbps bandwidth) x 1

HDMI 2.0*

2

(18 Gbps bandwidth) x 1

QFHD (3840 x 2160)

24 Hz

8 bit

422

10 bit 8 bit

444

10 bit 8 bit

422

60 Hz

10 bit 8 bit

444

10 bit

54

Connection Procedure

Resolution

Frequency

Subsampling

Color depth

HDMI 1.4

(10.2 Gbps bandwidth) x 1

HDMI 2.0*

2

(18 Gbps bandwidth) x 1

DCI (4096 x 2160)

24 Hz

8 bit

422

10 bit 8 bit

444

10 bit 8 bit

422

60 Hz

10 bit 8 bit

444

10 bit

*1 HDCP, short for High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection, is a form of digital copy protection that prevents illegal copying of content by encrypting digital signals carried via HDMI from playback devices such as computers to display devices such as projectors. HDCP specifications are established and managed by Digital Content Protection, LLC.

*2 Use an HDMI cable supporting 18 Gbps.

Multi Input Mode

DVI-D

Using four DVI-D dual-link cables, you can supply 4096 x 2400 (vertical frequency:

60 Hz) signals. The signals supplied by the four cables are combined to form a single image.

Connect workstations by using four dual-link DVI cables

55

Connection Procedure

HDMI

Using two HDMI cables, you can project 4096 x 2160 (vertical frequency: 60 Hz) signals as one image. The signals supplied by the two cables are combined to form a single image.

Connect desktop computers by using two HDMI cables

Split-screen or four-quadrant projection is not supported when the projector is connected to multiple devices.

56

Connection Procedure

Settings for Multi Input Mode

Select how to combine two HDMI inputs or four DVI inputs to form an image. Check computer video output settings in advance, because you must match the display layout (whether split-screen display or display in four quadrants).

Multi Input Mode

Specify the type of image (including resolution) supplied to the terminals. Use [Normal] for most signals. For specific signals, use [Single], [1x2], [2x2], or [1x4] as needed. For details, check the table of supported signals. (

P177 )

• [Normal] setting

Supports many typical images, including [Single], [1x2], [2x2], and [1x4].

• [Single] setting

Supports many specialized signals using a single terminal.

• [1x2] setting

Supports many specialized signals using two input terminals.

• [2x2] setting

Supports many specialized signals using four input terminals, for projection in a 2x2 layout.

• [1x4] setting

Supports many specialized signals using four input terminals, for projection side by side.

For instructions on turning the projector on, see “Step 1 Turn the Projector On”

( P60 ).

1

In the [Install settings] menu, select [Professional settings] > [Multi input mode select].

2

Select the input mode to use.

57

Connection Procedure

DVI input mode

Specify the combination of DVI input. Choose from [Normal], [Single],

[DVI 1x2], [DVI 2x2], or [DVI 1x4].

When multi input in the [Input] menu (

P63

) is set to [DVI 1x2], [DVI 2x2], or

[DVI 1x4], you can also easily supply signals not included in [Normal] ( P179 –

P180

) by setting the DVI input mode menu to [DVI 1x2], [DVI 2x2], or

[DVI 1x4].

When single input in the [Input] menu ( P63 ) is set to [DVI-1], [DVI-2], [DVI-3],

or [DVI-4], you can also easily supply signals not included in [Normal] ( P178 )

by setting the DVI input mode menu to [Single].

HDMI input mode

Specify the combination of HDMI input. Choose from [Normal], [Single], or

[HDMI 1x2].

When multi input in the [Input] menu (

P63 ) is set to [HDMI 1x2], you can also

easily supply signals not included in [Normal] (

P178

) by setting the HDMI input mode menu to [HDMI 1x2].

When single input in the [Input] menu (

P63

) is set to [HDMI-1] or [HDMI-2], you can also easily supply signals not included in [Normal] (

P177

) by setting the HDMI input mode menu to [Single].

When this setting is set to [Normal], the EDID (unique ID that conveys to computers the model name and setting values of connected display devices) is a list that consists of video signals used with one or multiple projector terminals. On the video output equipment, you can specify video signals for use with a different number of terminals.

[Multi input mode select] window is displayed automatically if the input terminals do not match the settings configured by using the

INPUT

button.

58

Plugging the Projector In

Connect the power cord to the projector and plug it in.

Connection Procedure

• After turning off the projector, wait at least 5 minutes before turning it on again. Turning the projector on immediately after turning it off may shorten the lamp life.

• Unplug the power cord when the projector is not in use.

59

Projection Procedure

Step 1 Turn the Projector On

1

Check the connection between the projector and the computer or AV

equipment. ( P52

, P53 )

For instructions on connecting the power cord, refer to “Plugging the Projector

In” ( P59 ).

2

Press the POWER button.

The [POWER] indicator initially flashes green, after which it remains lit.

Remote control Projector

The countdown window is displayed for approximately 20 seconds, and then the projection is started. Press the

OK

or

EXIT

button to hide the countdown window.

• Network functions are not available until about 40 seconds after you plug the projector in.

• Some noise may appear in the projected image during the first few minutes, until the image stabilizes.

3

Turn on the computer or AV equipment power.

Images from the computer or AV equipment are now projected.

Changing Operations When Projector is Turned On

You can change operations when the projector is turned on as follows.

You can turn on the projector by connecting the power cord, without pressing the

POWER

button. (

P125

)

You can change the countdown window. ( P119 )

You can skip the countdown window. (

P119 )

When the Projector Is Left Idle

If no signal is received, the power management feature automatically turns off the projector after a certain period of inactivity (by default, 15 minutes). (

P124

)

60

Projection Procedure

When the Language Selection Screen Appears

A screen appears when the projector is turned on for the first time. You can select a language to be used by the projector for displaying menus and messages in the window. Select the desired language with the pointer buttons and press the

OK

button.

You can change the language from the menu at a later time. ( P126 )

If the language selection screen is out of focus, adjust the focus. ( P67

)

Remote control Projector

An item highlighted in orange will be selected.

When the Password Input Screen Appears

If you have set a password, the password input screen appears. Enter your password. (

P127

)

When “No signal” Appears

With a notebook computer, the user must turn on the external monitor output. (

P62 )

Press the

INPUT

button to select the input signal. ( P63

)

When Notebook Computer Screen Does Not Appear

Set your notebook computer to output signals to an external monitor. For more

details, refer to “Changing Notebook Computer Screen Output” ( P62 ).

Adjusting Image

Set the display resolution of the computer to the highest resolution or the resolution closest to that setting. (

P65 )

Use the

ZOOM

button on the remote control to resize the projected image. (

P68 )

If the image is blurry, use the

FOCUS

button on the remote control to adjust focus.

( P67

)

If necessary, correct keystone distortion by pressing the

KEYSTONE

button. ( P73

)

Select a screen mode (aspect) according to the aspect ratio of the screen, type of

input image signal etc. ( P72

)

Select an image mode depending on the projected image. ( P76 )

A variety of test patterns ( P176 ) can be projected, which are convenient in image

adjustment.

61

Projection Procedure

Changing Notebook Computer Screen Output

For projection from a notebook computer, the computer settings must be adjusted to switch display output.

This operation is not required for a desktop computer.

Turning on External Monitor Output

You can turn on the external monitor output via keyboard operation.

To turn on the external monitor output with most computers, press the function key

([F1] to [F12]) which is marked with the external monitor icon while holding down the [Fn] key.

While pressing key press a key such as or .

• The function key you use and the method used to turn on the external monitor output vary depending on the model. For details, see the manual for your notebook computer.

• With Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8 or Windows 7, you can turn on image output by holding down the Windows logo key and pressing the [P] key.

62

Projection Procedure

Step 2 Select an Input Signal

Select the input signal in the [Input] menu when you want to project a digital PC or

AV equipment signal, or to switch between inputs when multiple computers or multiple sets of AV equipment are connected.

Skip this step if you have not changed the input signal since the last projection.

1

Press the INPUT button to display the window shown below.

Remote control Projector

2

The currently active input signal is marked with a green circle and enclosed by a orange border.

Names of input signals available for projection are displayed in white, and unavailable signal names are grayed out.

Press the [ ] / [ ] buttons to select the input signal.

You can also switch from one DVI-D input source to the next by pressing the

DIGITAL

button, or from one HDMI input source to the next by pressing the

HDMI

button.

63

Projection Procedure

3

Press the OK button to confirm the input signal type.

For multiple input signals, the projection layout is divided as follows.

The numbers 1, 2, 3, and 4 in squares represent the numbers of input terminals.

[HDMI 1x2] [DVI 1x2] [DVI 2x2] [DVI 1x4]

1 2 1 3

1

2

3

4

1 2 3 4

When using multiple

HDMI inputs

When using multiple DVI inputs

• You can also switch to your preferred input signal for projection by pressing buttons on the remote control to switch input signals (specifically, the

DIGITAL

or

HDMI

button).

• Using the projector’s multi-input feature, you can supply a single image via two or four cables. As sources of input for projection at 4K or other resolutions, choose from [DVI

1x2], [DVI 2x2], [DVI 1x4], or [HDMI 1x2]. ( P54

)

• Signals you supply for Multi Input mode must meet certain conditions. If the signals do not meet these requirements, a “ ” icon is displayed.

64

Projection Procedure

Step 3 Adjust the Image

Setting the Display Resolution of the Computer

Based on the maximum resolution of the projector, set the display resolution of the computer to the resolution closest to the output signal resolution of the projector.

(

P177 )

Maximum resolution

4096 x 2160: When [Panel drive mode] is set to [4096x2160].

4096 x 2400: When [Panel drive mode] is set to [4096x2400].

For details on the Panel drive mode, see [Panel drive mode] in [Professional

settings] ( P109 ).

5

1

2

3

3

1

1

Windows 10

Open the [Control Panel] from the start menu, then select [Appearance and Personalization] - [Adjust screen resolution] in the [Control Panel

Home].

2

Click the [Resolution] tab, and move the slider to select the resolution closest to the maximum output signal resolution of the projector.

Click the [OK] button.

Windows 8.1 / Windows 8

Move the cursor toward the upper or lower right corner to access the menu.

Click [Settings], and then click [Control Panel].

From [Control Panel Home] - [Appearance and Personalization], select

[Adjust screen resolution].

4

Click the [Resolution] tab, and move the slider to select the resolution closest to the maximum output signal resolution of the projector.

Click the [OK] button.

Windows 7

Open the [Control Panel] from the start menu, then select [Appearance and Personalization] - [Adjust screen resolution] in the [Control Panel

Home].

2

Click the [Resolution] tab, and move the slider to select the resolution closest to the maximum output signal resolution of the projector.

3

Click the [OK] button.

65

Projection Procedure

3

1

2

1

2

Windows Vista

Open the [Control Panel] from the start menu, then select [Appearance and Personalization] - [Adjust screen resolution] in the [Control Panel

Home].

Select the resolution closest to the maximum output signal resolution of the projector from the [Resolution] list.

Click the [OK] button.

3

4

Mac OS X

Open the Apple Menu and select [System Preferences].

In the [System Preferences] window, click the [Displays] icon to display the Display window.

Select the [Display] tab and select the resolution closest to the maximum output signal resolution of the projector from the [Resolutions] list.

Close the [System Preferences] window.

66

Projection Procedure

Focusing, Resizing, or Moving the Image

Adjusting Image Focus

To adjust the focus, press the

FOCUS

button on the remote control or the

LENS

button on the projector.

1

Press either the FOCUS button on the remote control or the LENS button on the projector to display the focus adjustment window.

Remote control Projector

2

Press the pointer buttons to adjust the focus.

Remote control Projector

To adjust the focus, use the [ ] / [ ] button on the remote control or projector.

3

When the focus is adjusted optimally, press the OK button or the FOCUS button.

When projecting on curved screens, you can adjust the focus at image edges. Refer to

“Marginal focus” ( P113

) and “Adjusting Peripheral Focus” ( P165 ).

67

Projection Procedure

Adjusting Image Size

The size of the projected image can be adjusted by pressing the

ZOOM

button on the remote control or the

LENS

button on the projector. Change the projector installation position if your desired image is too large or too small to adjust it with the zoom function. (

P36

)

1

Press the ZOOM button on the remote control to display the zoom adjustment window.

Remote control

Press the

LENS

button on the projector repeatedly to switch between windows for parameters adjusted by controlling the lens.

To access the zoom adjustment window, press the

LENS

button twice (or three times if you have set [Marginal focus] to [On]).

Projector

Press twice.

When [Marginal focus] is set to [On].

When [Marginal focus] is set to [Off].

68

2

Press the pointer buttons to adjust the image size.

Remote control Projector

Projection Procedure

Screen

To enlarge the image, use the [ ] button on the remote control or projector.

To reduce the image, use the [ ] button on the remote control or projector.

3

When the desired image size is selected, press the OK button or the

ZOOM button.

69

Projection Procedure

Adjusting the Image Position

To adjust the screen position up, down, left, or right, press the

SHIFT

button on the remote control or the

LENS

button on the projector. It can change the projected screen to the most suitable position by moving the position of the lens up/down/left/ right. (

P50

)

1

Press the SHIFT button on the remote control to display the lens shift adjustment window.

Remote control

Press the

LENS

button on the projector repeatedly to switch between windows for parameters adjusted by controlling the lens.

To access the lens shift adjustment window, press the

LENS

button three times

(or four times if you have set [Marginal focus] to [On]).

Projector

Press three times.

When [Marginal focus] is set to [On].

When [Marginal focus] is set to [Off].

70

Projection Procedure

2

Press the pointer buttons to adjust.

Remote control Projector

3

Screen

To raise or lower the image, use the [ ] / [ ] buttons on the remote control or projector.

To move the image left or right, use the [ ] / [ ] buttons on the remote control or projector.

To continue moving the image in a specific direction, hold down the corresponding button.

When the desired position is reached, press the OK button.

Resetting the Position

The lens position after movement with the lens shift function is not returned when the power is turned off. To return it to its original position, perform reset.

During screen position adjustment, press and hold the

SHIFT

button on the remote control or the

LENS

button on the projector to display the [Lens shift reset] window.

Two options are available: 50% (home position) or 0%. Use the pointer buttons to select an option, and then press the

OK

button.

• The lens position may be reset slightly misaligned from the position you chose, whether

50% (home position) or 0%.

• For precise positioning, use the lens shift function to fine-tune the position.

71

Projection Procedure

Step 4 Select an Aspect Ratio (Screen Aspect)

Matching the Screen

Select an optimum screen mode (aspect) according to the aspect ratio of the screen, type of input image signal and so on for the projection to make best use of the screen size.

Select the Aspect

Select [Aspect] based on the input signal type, aspect ratio of the screen and resolution.

Types of Aspect Ratios

Auto

An image is projected as large as possible at the aspect ratio of the input signal.

Select this mode for normal image projection.

True size

The image is projected with the original resolution of the input signal. Screens of computers with a lower display resolution than the projector are displayed smaller but clearer than in other aspect ratios.

There may be some cases when this cannot be selected, depending on the input signal and/or resolution.

Selecting an Aspect Ratio

Press the

ASPECT

button on the remote control and select an appropriate aspect ratio. Press the

ASPECT

button to change the aspect ratio type.

Remote control Example:

You can also select any aspect ratio from [Aspect] in the menu. ( P96 )

72

Projection Procedure

Step 5 Adjusting Keystone Distortion

To correct keystone distortion (Keystone adjustment), press the

KEYSTONE

button.

Two types of adjustment are available: horizontal/vertical adjustment and corner adjustment.

Use horizontal/vertical keystone adjustment to adjust image width or height distortion separately, and use corner adjustment to adjust the position of each corner of the image.

For instructions on switching keystone adjustment, refer to “Keystone” ( P108 ).

• Keystone correction may not be effective in some lens shift positions.

• If keystone distortion is excessive and cannot be fully corrected, straighten the projector so that it faces the screen directly.

• Signals are processed digitally when keystone distortion is corrected. The image may look different from the original one. In addition, the aspect ratio of the image may change.

1

Horizontal/Vertical Keystone Adjustment

Press the KEYSTONE button on the remote control or projector to display the horizontal-vertical keystone adjustment window. (When [Keystone] is set to [Horizontal-vertical keystone].)

Remote control Projector

73

Projection Procedure

2

Press the pointer buttons to adjust the dimensions.

Remote control Projector

To correct top distortion, press the [ ] button.

To correct bottom distortion, press the [ ] button.

Screen

To correct distortion on the left, press the [ ] button.

To correct distortion on the right, press the [ ] button.

3

1

When keystone distortion has been corrected, press the OK button.

Corner Adjustment

Press the KEYSTONE button on the remote control or projector to display the corner adjustment window. (When [Keystone] is set to [Corner adjustment].)

Remote control Projector

74

Projection Procedure

2

Press the pointer button of the corner for correction, and then press the

OK button.

Remote control Projector

3

Press the pointer buttons to adjust the corner.

Remote control Projector

4

When you have finished correcting, press the OK button.

Resetting the Keystone Adjustment

Reset adjustment as follows.

First, press the

KEYSTONE

button on the remote control twice to display the

[Keystone reset] window.

Next, select [OK] with the [ ] button, and then press the

OK

button.

Your specified keystone adjustment is now reset.

75

Projection Procedure

Step 6 Select the Image Quality (Image Mode)

You can select an image mode to suit the projected image.

In each image mode, you can further adjust the brightness, contrast, sharpness,

gamma ( P101

), color adjustment, advanced adjustment (

P102

), and lamp mode.

(

P105 )

Image Modes

Available image modes vary depending on the selected input signal.

: Compatible : Not compatible

Compatible input signals

Image mode

Digital PC HDMI

Functions

(1) Ambient Brightness

(2) Types of Images

(3) Image Mode Characteristics

Standard

Presentation

Dynamic

Video

Photo/sRGB

DICOM SIM

User 1 – 3

(1) Bright

(2) Computer screens, or media played with video software

(3) Whites and natural colors

(1) Bright

(2) Images mainly consisting of text

(3) Keeps the screen bright

(1) Bright

(2) Media played with video software

(3) Keeps the screen bright

(1) Somewhat dark

(2) Video from camcorders

(3) Close to the color space of TVs

(1) Somewhat dark

(2) Digital images from sRGB-compatible cameras

(3) Conforms to the sRGB standard

(1) Somewhat dark

(2) Monochrome images (medical use, for example)

(3) Adjusted to the GSDF curve specified in

DICOM Standard Part 14

Up to 3 user-selected combinations of image quality settings can be stored in the memory

(

P101 ). Stored profiles are selected as image

modes.

76

Projection Procedure

Selecting an Image Mode

Press the

IMAGE

button on the remote control to select.

The image mode changes each time the

IMAGE

button is pressed. (The displayed image modes vary depending on the selected input signal.)

Remote control

You can also select any image mode from the [Image mode] menu. (

P100

)

User settings 1 - 3 are displayed when the desired image settings have been created and stored using the user memory function in the image adjustment menu. (

P100

)

Projecting an Image in the DICOM SIM Mode

In the DICOM simulation mode (hereinafter referred to as “DICOM SIM”), this projector can project a monochrome medical image such as an X ray radiography,

CT image, MRI image, etc. in the tone similar to the DICOM (Digital Imaging and

Communications in Medicine) standard. Typically, to project the image according to the DICOM standard, it requires the grayscale tone correction using a luminance meter according to the environment. In this projector, there are 21 types of tone settings for various ambient lights. You can correct the tone in a simplified manner by selecting the DICOM test pattern (

P176

).

It is suited to project an image in a medical lecture, academic conference, inhospital conference, etc.

This projector is not the display monitor for a medical image. It cannot be used for the radiological image reading or medical examination.

• It is recommended to check the tone everytime when using this projector since it does not have the tone correction and calibration functions against the secular change.

• It may take approximately 30 minutes until the projection brightness of this projector becomes stabled.

77

Projection Procedure

1

Switching the mode to the DICOM SIM Mode

Press the IMAGE button on the remote control until [DICOM SIM] is displayed or select [DICOM SIM] from [Image mode] in the [Image adjustment] menu.

2

Press the TEST PATTERN button on the remote control until [DICOM] is displayed or select [On] from [Test pattern] in the [Install settings] menu.

3

4

As you view the test pattern, perform [Gamma] adjustment from the

[Image adjustment] menu ( P101 ) until the image is optimal.

Press the OK button after the setting.

Perform one of the followings to obtain an appropriate projection:

• Darken the ambient light

• Reduce the image size

• Reduce the projection distance

78

Projection Procedure

Step 7 Turn the Projector Off

1

Press the POWER button to display the window shown below.

Remote control Projector

2

When this window is displayed, press the POWER button again to turn off the power.

After you turn the projector off, the lamp goes off, the [STAND BY] indicator flashes in red, and the projector starts cooling down. After cooling down, the projector enters standby mode. In standby mode, the [STAND BY] indicator remains lit instead of flashing.

If you want to continue projecting without turning off the power, press a button other than

POWER

, or else wait until the confirmation message disappears.

• The projector cannot be turned on while the lamp is cooling down.

• After turning off the projector, wait at least 5 minutes before turning it on again. It may shorten the lamp life if you turn on the projector immediately after turning it off.

• Using the projector for extended periods may shorten the life of the lamp and internal optical components.

• Unplug the projector if it will not be used for an extended period.

79

Convenient Features

This section describes features convenient during presentations and in other situations.

Temporarily Blacking Out an Image

Projection can be temporarily blanked after a presentation, or to divert the audience’s attention away from the screen.

Remote control

Press the

BLANK

button to black out the image.

Press the

BLANK

button again to show the image.

• You can set the screen state while blacking out the image in the menu.

( P119

)

• The lamp remains illuminated while the image is blacked out.

Freezing the Picture

Projection can be temporarily frozen during computer operations that would be distracting, or to pause playback of video or animation.

Remote control

Press the

FREEZE

button to freeze the moving image. The projector shows the following icon.

Press the

FREEZE

button again to return to the original display.

Screen

• It is also cancelled when the input signal is terminated.

Projecting a Test Pattern

Remote control

Even without any input signals, the projector can project a test pattern. Test patterns can be projected during installation to check how the projector is installed.

To project a test pattern, press the

TEST PATTERN

button on the remote control.

To stop test pattern projection, press the

TEST PATTERN

button again.

For details on projecting test patterns, see “Install settings” ( P107

) or “Displayed

Test Patterns” ( P176 ).

80

Convenient Features

Specifying Power-Saving Settings

Set power-saving settings as needed.

The following four settings are available. For details, refer to the page describing each function.

• Lamp mode (

P105

)

Adjust lamp and fan power consumption in the image mode.

• Power management mode (

P124

)

Automatically turns off the lamp or the power after a certain period if the projector is idle without an input signal.

• Power management duration (

P124

)

Specify the period after which the lamp or the projector should go off automatically if left idle without an input signal when [Power management mode] is set to [Lamp off] or [Standby].

• Network standby settings (

P133

)

Conserves energy in standby mode.

81

82

Advanced Guide

Safety Instructions

Before Use

Installation Procedure

Connection Procedure

Projection Procedure

Convenient Features

Using Menus

Menu Configuration

Menu Settings

Using the Projector on a

Network

Advanced Projection

Maintenance

Product Specifications

Troubleshooting

83

Using Menus

Use the menus to set the operation of the projector in detail.

Menu Configuration

The menu screen is divided into 6 tabs as shown below.

[Input settings] tab ( P95 )

You can set the type of signal or the method of projection of the images input.

[Image adjustment] tab ( P99 )

You can adjust the image quality and colors according to your preference.

[Install settings] tab (

P107

)

This setting is used when installing the projector.

[System settings] tab (

P118

)

You can set the operation of the projector.

[Network settings] tab ( P131 )

These settings are for when using the projector from a PC via a network.

For the network settings, refer to “Network settings” ( P130 ).

[Information] tab (

P138

)

You can check information about the signal types of the images projected and other information.

Contents of menu

84

Menu items

Basic Menu Operations

1

Press the MENU button to display the menu window.

Remote control Projector

Using Menus

2

Press the [ ] / [ ] buttons to select a tab.

Remote control Projector

3

If the tab position is not highlighted in orange, press the [ ] / [ ] buttons to move the current selection to the top.

Press the [ ] / [ ] buttons to select an item.

Remote control Projector

4

Select contents.

How to select the contents varies depending on the item.

85

Using Menus

Selecting from a list Example: Aspect ( P96 )

1.

Select [Aspect].

2.

Press the

OK

button or [ ] button to display a list of the contents.

3.

Use the [ ] / [ ] buttons to select the desired contents.

4.

When you have found the contents you desired, press the

OK

button or [ ].

Adjusting with the [ ] / [ ] buttons Example: Contrast (

P101

)

1.

Select [Contrast].

2.

Use the [ ] / [ ] buttons to adjust the setting.

Selecting from a different screen (1) Example: Register network password (

P132

)

1.

Select [Register network password].

A different screen is displayed.

2.

Use the [ ] / [ ] / [ ] / [ ] buttons or number buttons on the remote control to enter the projector network password.

Selecting from a different screen (2) Example: Random noise reduction

(

P103 )

1.

Select [Advanced adjustment].

2.

Press the

OK

button to display a different screen.

3.

Select [Random noise reduction].

4.

Use the [ ] / [ ] buttons to select the setting.

5.

When you have completed the settings, press the

OK

button.

5

Pressing the MENU button causes the menu screen to disappear.

The menu screen will also disappear if the EXIT button is pressed.

86

Menu Configuration

Input settings (

P95

)

Aspect

Input level

Super white

Color space

Progressive

Input signal details

Auto*

True size

HDMI

Auto*

Normal

Expanded

HDMI

Off

On*

HDMI

Auto*

RGB

YCbCr

HDMI

Off

Film/auto*

Video 1

Video 2

25p/30p(PsF)

Input signal

Image adjustment (

P99

)

Image mode

P101

P101

Common

Standard*

Presentation

Photo/sRGB

DICOM SIM

User 1 - 3

HDMI

Dynamic

Video

Create profile

Save profile

(Displayed when image mode 1 - 3 is selected)

Baseline image mode

(Displayed when image mode 1 - 3 is selected)

Brightness

Contrast

Sharpness

Gamma

P101

P101

P101

P101

P101

* Factory default, or state after [Factory defaults] is executed.

87

P98

P100

P96

P96

P96

P97

P97

Menu Configuration

Color adjustment

Advanced adjustment

Ambient light

Random noise reduction

MPEG noise reduction

Dynamic gamma

Mem. color correct

6-axis color adjust

Fine-Tune Gamma

Lamp mode

Reset

Off*1

Weak

Middle

Strong

Flesh

Sky

Green

Off*

Weak

Middle

Strong

Off*

Weak

Middle

Strong

Off*

Adjust

Color level

Color balance

Color temperature

R Gain

G Gain

B Gain

R Offset

G Offset

B Offset

P102

Off*

Adjust

Type

Level

Reset

P105

Full power*

Power saver

P105

Tungsten

Fluorescent*

L

H*

Off*1

Weak

Middle

Strong

Hue

Saturation

Brightness

P102

P103

P103

P103

P104

P104

P104

P105

* Factory default, or state after [Factory defaults] is executed.

Under the following setting, differs from factory defaults.

*1 [Weak] in [Dynamic] or [Video] image mode with HDMI input.

88

Menu Configuration

Install settings (

P107

)

Positional lock

Image flip H/V

Keystone

Off*

On

None*

Ceiling mounted

Rear

Rear, Ceiling mounted

Horizontal-vertical keystone*

Corner adjustment

Reset

Professional settings

Panel drive mode

Multi input mode select

HDMI-1 EDID

HDMI-2 EDID

DVI optimizer

RGB alignment

High altitude

4096x2160*

4096x2400

DVI input mode

HDMI input mode

18Gbps*

9Gbps

18Gbps*

9Gbps

DVI dual link auto setting

Off

On*

DVI-1 - 4 equalizer setting

Micro-digital image shift

Registration

Advanced registration

Off*

Adjust

Off

Adjust

Off

Adjust

Off

On

Normal*

Single

DVI 1x2

DVI 2x2

DVI 1x4

Normal*

Single

HDMI 1x2

P108

P108

P108

P109

P109

P110

P110

P110

P111

P112

* Factory default, or state after [Factory defaults] is executed.

89

Menu Configuration

Vertical projection

Fan speed setting

Marginal focus

Off*

Upward

Downward

Normal*

High speed

Off*

On

Reset

Off*

Adjust

P112

P112

P113

Edge blending

Side

Color blending adjustment

Black level adjustment

Marker

Reset

P113

P116

Lens - Position

Screen color

Load position 1-3

Save position 1-3

Lens shift reset

Normal*

Greenboard

Adjust

P116

R/G/B Gain

R/G/B Offset

Iris

Test pattern

Open*

Close 1-3

Off

On

P117

P117

System settings (

P118

)

User screen settings

P119

Logo capture

Logo position

No signal screen

Screen when blank

Projector on

P119

Upper L

Upper R

Center

Lower L

Lower R

Black

Blue*

User logo

Black*

Blue

User logo

Skip

Canon logo*

User logo

P119

P119

P119

P119

* Factory default, or state after [Factory defaults] is executed.

90

On screen

Menu position

Menu display time

Guide

Show input status

Lamp warning display

Air filter warning display

Overheat warning display

Remote control/Side control

Beep

Key repeat

Key lock

Remote control channel

P120

Upper L

Upper R

Center*

Lower L

Lower R

Off

On*

Off

On*

Normal*

Extended

Off

On*

Off

On*

Off*

On

P122

Off

On*

Off

On*

Off*

Main unit

Remote (wireless)

Ch1 - 4

Independent*

Menu Configuration

P120

P122

P122

P122

P123

P120

P121

P121

P121

P121

P122

* Factory default, or state after [Factory defaults] is executed.

91

Menu Configuration

Audio in terminal select

DVI-1

DVI-2

DVI-3

DVI-4

HDMI-1

HDMI-2

DVI 1x2

DVI 2x2 / 1x4

HDMI 1x2

Serial communication

Power management mode

Power management duration

Direct power on

Motion blur reduction

Language

Disabled

Lamp off

Standby*

5 min.

10 min.

15 min.*

20 min.

30 min.

60 min.

Off*

On

Off*

Weak

Strong

English

German

French

Italian

Spanish

Portuguese

Swedish

Russian

Dutch

Finnish

Norwegian

P123

Off

Audio in*

Off

Audio in*

Off

Audio in*

Off

Audio in*

Off

Audio in

HDMI-1*

Off

Audio in

HDMI-2*

Off

Audio in*

Off

Audio in*

Off

Audio in

HDMI-1*

HDMI-2

Baud rate

Data bits

Parity

Stop bit 1

2

P124

P124

P124

P125

P125

Turkish

Polish

Hungarian

Czech

Danish

Arabic

Chinese (Simplified)

Chinese (Traditional)

Korean

Japanese

P126

* Factory default, or state after [Factory defaults] is executed.

92

Other settings

Password settings

Register password

Adjust panel characteristics

Lamp counter

Air filter counter

Power counter

Firmware

Factory defaults

Menu Configuration

P127

Off*

On

Password input

Gamma restore

Adjust panel temperature

Off*

Adjust

Off*

Adjust

Reset / Return

Reset / Return

P129

Yes / No

OK / Cancel

P127

P128

P128

P128

P128

P129

P129

P129

Network settings (

P131

)

Network settings lock

Network password setting

Register network password

Network standby settings

Unlock

Lock*

Off

On*

P132

Normal

Low-power*

Network function Off*

On

P134

Detailed settings

IP address

Gateway address

MAC address

DHCP

TCP/IP settings

Network setting initialization

Off*

On

IP address

Subnet mask

Gateway address

Apply

Yes / No

P132

P132

P133

P133

* Factory default, or state after [Factory defaults] is executed.

93

Menu Configuration

PJLink

AMX Device Discovery

Crestron RoomView

Information (

P138

)

Model name

Input signal

Firmware

Serial no.

Projector usage time

IP address

E-mail sender address

E-mail recipient address

Projector name

Comments

System information ID

Off

On*

Off*

On

Off*

On

The following settings are not reset even when factory defaults are restored.

• Selected input signal

• Lamp counter

• Language

• Remote control channel

• Network settings

• Air filter counter

• Lens - Position

• Professional settings (Registration, Advanced registration, High altitude, Vertical projection)

• User profile

• Marginal focus setting value

• Gamma restore

• Adjust panel temperature

• Power counter

• Information setting details

• Serial communication (Stop bit)

P136

P137

P137

94

Menu Settings

Input settings

This section describes settings for aspect ratio, etc.

(When the input signal is HDMI-1)

Aspect

Input level

Menu

Super white

Color space

Progressive

Input signal details

Function

Select an image aspect ratio.

Select the input level for HDMI signal.

Select super white mode compatibility for HDMI signals.

Select the color space for HDMI signal.

Select the I/P conversion method used for interlaced signal input.

Shows input signal details for each input terminal used.

Menus that are not available are grayed out or hidden.

Details

P96

P96

P96

P97

P97

P98

95

Menu Settings

Aspect

> [Input settings] >

[Aspect]

Select a projection aspect ratio for images.

Auto

Option

True size

Function

An image is projected at the aspect ratio of the input signal.

The image is projected with the original resolution of the input signal.

Menus that are not available are hidden.

The

ASPECT

button on the remote control can also be used to select the [Aspect] settings.

Input level

> [Input settings] >

[Input level]

Adjust the input level for content projected via HDMI.

Option

Auto

Normal

Expanded

Function

Automatically switches the input level based on the input signal.

Limits the input level to 16 - 235.

Enables a full input level of 0 - 255.

• This setting is only available with RGB HDMI signals.

• In [Auto] mode, the signal level is selected automatically. (Some equipment may not support this.)

• If HDMI output can be set to [Normal] or [Expanded], we recommend [Expanded]. The contrast of images will be improved and dark scenes will be rendered more realistically.

In this case, set [Input Level] to [Auto] or [Expanded].

For more detailed information, refer to the user’s manual for the AV equipment connected to the projector.

Super white

> [Input settings] >

[Super white]

Select to project white signals in HDMI input that are in a range of 16-235 at 100%-

109% brightness (235-255).

Off

On

Option Function

Disable super white. Project white signals with an input level of 235 at

100% brightness. All white signals with an input value exceeding 235 are also projected at 100% brightness.

Convert input signals in a range of 16-235 so that an input level of 255 is projected as white 109% at 100% brightness.

• Super white has no effect when [Input level] is set to [Expanded].

• Switch this setting to [Off] if projection looks distorted or unnatural when it is [On].

• Setting this option to [On] will darken the overall image.

96

Menu Settings

Color space

> [Input settings] >

[Color space]

Select the color space for HDMI signal.

Auto

RGB

Option

YCbCr

Function

Selects the optimal color format for input signals.

Forces the projector to handle the input signal as an RGB signal.

Forces the projector to handle the input signal as a color difference signal.

Progressive

> [Input settings] >

[Progressive]

Performs progressive processing optimized for still images in cinematic content or moving images in videos, when interlaced HDMI signals (1080i, 1035i, 576i, or

480i) are supplied.

Off

Option

Film/auto

Video 1

Video 2

25p/30p (PsF)

Function

Does not perform progressive processing.

Suitable for still images or typical moving images. Performs progressive processing for video or cinematic content.

Suitable for projecting video with high image quality and relatively slow movement. Performs progressive processing optimized for HD video.

Suitable for projecting video with faster movement. Performs progressive processing optimized for fast-moving video.

Performs progressive processing optimized for 1080 Psf/25 or 1080

Psf/30 video (25 or 30 fps, respectively).

Select [Off] when flickers and horizontal lines are noticeable in media that has a lot of fast-moving action.

97

Menu Settings

Input signal details

> [Input settings] >

[Input signal details]

Shows input signal details for each input terminal used, for input signals selected in the [Input] menu.

In Multi Input mode, terminals with incorrect input can be identified by a “ ” icon, which is displayed for input terminals with signals that do not meet the requirements.

HDMI input

Indicates the resolution, vertical frequency, color format (for YCbCr, the color format and subsampling), and color depth.

In the example above, the HDMI-1/2 input signal has a resolution of 2048 x 2160, a vertical frequency of 60 Hz, a color format of RGB, and a color depth of 8 bits.

DVI input

Indicates the resolution and vertical frequency.

In the example above, the DVI-1/2/3/4 input signal has a resolution of 1024 x

2160, and a vertical frequency of 60 Hz.

98

Menu Settings

Image adjustment

This section describes image quality settings such as brightness, contrast, and sharpness.

(When the input signal is HDMI-1)

Menu

Image mode *

Create profile

Baseline image mode

Brightness *

Contrast *

Sharpness *

Gamma *

Color adjustment *

Advanced adjustment *

Lamp mode *

Reset

Function

Select overall image quality to suit the projected image.

Save desired image quality settings as profiles.

Only displayed when the image mode is set to a user profile. Shows the image mode that was modified to create the profile.

Adjust image brightness.

Adjust image contrast.

Adjust image sharpness.

Correct loss of detail in shadows or highlights.

Fine-tune image colors.

Fine-tune noise reduction and color tone.

Select the lamp brightness.

Restore the current image quality settings to defaults.

Details

P100

P101

P101

P101

P101

P101

P101

P102

P102

P105

P105

Menus that are not available are grayed out or hidden.

* Adjustments are stored as modified settings for the current input signal and image mode.

99

Menu Settings

Image mode

> [Image adjustment] >

[Image mode]

Select the overall image quality for projected images. Can also be selected by pressing the

IMAGE

button on the remote control.

Presentation

Dynamic

Video

Option

Standard

Photo/sRGB

DICOM SIM

User 1 - 3

Types of Images

Computer screens, or media played with video software

Characteristics

Bright overall; white, with natural colors

Bright overall Images mainly consisting of text

Video content

Video from camcorders

Digital images from sRGBcompatible cameras

Medical or other monochrome images

Bright overall

Somewhat dark; colors resemble

TV

Somewhat dark; conforms to the sRGB standard

Conforms to DICOM Standard

Part 14. However, the projector cannot be used in diagnosis or similar applications.

Up to 3 user profiles can be stored for your selected image quality settings. Stored profiles are available in this setting as an image mode.

Menus that are not available are grayed out or hidden.

• You can adjust the image quality by adjusting the following items in each image mode:

[Brightness], [Contrast], [Sharpness], [Gamma], [Color adjustment], [Advanced adjustment], and [Lamp mode]

• If flickering occurs in Presentation mode, try switching to Photo/sRGB or Standard mode.

100

Menu Settings

Create profile

> [Image adjustment] >

[Create profile]

Save desired image quality settings in up to 3 user profiles.

• The saved settings consist of the brightness, contrast, sharpness, gamma, color adjustment, advanced adjustment, and lamp mode.

• Although only 3 user profiles are displayed, separate profiles apply depending on whether DVI-D or HDMI signals are supplied. As a result, it is possible to save up to

6 settings.

• The image mode name which was the basis for the settings change is also saved in the user memory. When a user memory is selected as the image mode, the image mode that was the base for that user memory is displayed in the menu as [Baseline image mode].

Brightness

> [Image adjustment] >

[Brightness]

Adjust image brightness.

Contrast

> [Image adjustment] >

[Contrast]

Sharpen or soften image contrast.

Sharpness

> [Image adjustment] >

[Sharpness]

Adjust image sharpness.

Gamma

> [Image adjustment] >

[Gamma]

Correct image areas that are too dark or too bright to see clearly.

For more detailed adjustment, use Fine-Tune Gamma (

P105 ).

101

Menu Settings

Color adjustment

> [Image adjustment] >

[Color adjustment]

Adjust color-related settings such as color level, color balance, and color temperature.

(In image modes other than DICOM SIM.)

Submenu

Color level

Color balance

Color temperature

R / G / B Gain

R / G / B Offset

Function

Adjusts the intensity of colors.

Adjusts the color balance of a purplish or greenish image.

Adjusts the white color temperature.

Adjust the gain of each color.

Adjusts the color offset of each color.

In [DICOM SIM] image mode, [Color temperature] is not adjusted with numeric values but set to one of the following five presets.

Preset 1: Prioritize brightness, relative to DICOM Standard Part 14.

Preset 2: Prioritize color tone, relative to DICOM Standard Part 14.

Preset 3: Adjust color to conform to DICOM Standard Part 14.

Preset 4: Reproduce colors of X-ray film (Clear base).

Preset 5: Reproduce colors of X-ray film (Blue base).

Advanced adjustment

> [Image adjustment] >

[Advanced adjustment]

Fine-tune noise reduction and color tone.

102

Menu Settings

Ambient light

Minimize the effect of ambient light on the screen.

Submenu

Off

Adjust

Function

Projects an image with no correction.

Type

Level

Tungsten

Fluorescent

L

H

For ambient light from conventional light bulbs or fluorescent light of this color.

For ambient light from a “day white” fluorescent source.

For an ordinary brightness of ambient light.

For bright ambient light.

Examples of Ambient Light Level Settings

Level

L

H

Example Location

Projection room, sports bar, etc.

Conference room, lecture room, etc.

The [Ambient light] setting is available in [Photo/sRGB] image mode.

Random noise reduction

Reduce random image noise*.

* Effective on noise with an irregular frequency or amplitude.

Option

Off

Weak

Middle

Strong

Disables random noise reduction.

Function

Specify one of three levels of intensity of the random noise reduction.

Select [Weak] for fast-moving images or [Strong] for slow-moving images.

MPEG noise reduction

Reduce MPEG image noise.

Option

Off

Weak

Middle

Strong

Disables MPEG noise reduction.

Function

Specify one of three levels of intensity of the MPEG noise reduction.

103

Menu Settings

Dynamic gamma

You can adjust the gradation representation of light and dark portions of an image automatically.

Option Function

Off

Weak

Disable dynamic gamma adjustment.

Middle

Strong

Specify one of three levels of dynamic gamma adjustment.

Mem. color correct (Flesh/Sky/Green)

Enhances skin tones, blue skies, and greens, so that these colors are more consistent with people’s remembered impressions.

Function Option

Off

Weak

Middle

Strong

Disable correction.

Specify the level of correction.

Image resolution may seem lower when [Random noise reduction] or [MPEG noise reduction] is applied.

6-axis color adjust

Fine-tune RGB (red, green, blue) and CMY (cyan, magenta, yellow) hues in images.

Submenu

Off Disables 6-axis color adjustment.

Function

Adjust

Reset

[

Use the [ ] / [ ] buttons to select [ Hue], [ Saturation], or

Brightness], and use the [ ] / [ ] buttons for adjustment.

Returns all adjustment values to zero.

104

Menu Settings

Fine-Tune Gamma

Adjust white, red, green, and blue gamma curves. Red, green, and blue can be adjusted separately. Adjustments to white are also applied to the three other colors. Note that adjusting any color will overwrite previous adjustments.

Use the [ ] / [ ] buttons to select a color, and then press the

OK

button. Next, use the [ ] /

[ ] buttons to select an adjustment point and the [ ] / [ ] buttons for adjustment.

• [Fine-Tune Gamma] is available in image modes other than [DICOM SIM] (Optimal image mode: [Photo/sRGB].).

• For details on gamma correction, see

page 101

.

• Use input signals or a test pattern for adjustment.

Lamp mode

> [Image adjustment] >

[Lamp mode]

Reducing the lamp brightness reduces power consumption and cooling fan noise.

Option

Full power

Power saver

Function

Projects images at full brightness.

Reduces lamp brightness to save energy.

Reset

> [Image adjustment] >

[Reset]

Restore the current image quality settings to defaults.

Option

OK

Cancel

Function

Resets the image adjustment settings.

Cancels resetting of the image adjustment settings.

105

Menu Settings

• Performing reset when [Image mode] is set to a profile from [User 1] to [User 3] will restore the settings originally saved for that user profile.

• Only the setting for the combination of input signal and image mode for the current projection is reset.

• The following settings are reset (initialized).

• Brightness • Contrast • Sharpness

• Gamma • Color level • Color balance

• Color temperature

• Ambient light (Type/

Level)

• Dynamic gamma

• R/G/B Gain

• Random noise reduction

• Mem. color correct

• R/G/B Offset

• MPEG noise reduction

• 6-axis color adjust

(Hue/Saturation/

Brightness)

• Fine-Tune Gamma

(White/Red/Green/Blue)

106

Menu Settings

Install settings

Adjust projection to suit the screen or the type of images, or how the projector is installed.

(When the input signal is HDMI-1)

Menu

Positional lock

Image flip H/V

Keystone

Professional settings

Lens - Position

Screen color

Iris

Test pattern

Function

Operation of installation related functions can be prohibited.

Specify settings for projection from behind the screen, from the ceiling, or both.

Specify the type of keystone adjustment.

Specify advanced installation settings.

Store information about the lens position (including focus, zoom, and lens shift settings), which can be used to restore the lens to these positions.

Adjust projection colors to suit the screen color.

The aperture value can be adjusted in a range of 1-3.

A smaller aperture reduces brightness but improves contrast.

Project a test pattern to check the resolution and color of projection during installation.

Details

P108

P108

P108

P109

P116

P116

P117

P117

107

Menu Settings

Positional lock

> [Install settings] >

[Positional lock]

Operation of installation-related functions can be prohibited.

• Image flip H/V • Keystone • Professional settings • Lens - Position (Save position, Lens shift reset)

Off

On

Option Function

Enables adjustment of installation-related functions.

Prevents adjustment of installation-related functions.

Image flip H/V

> [Install settings] >

[Image flip H/V]

Specify the orientation of how the projector is installed.

None

Ceiling mounted

Rear

Option

Rear, Ceiling mounted

Function

Select for normal projection, without inversion.

Select when the projector is installed upside-down on the ceiling.

The projected image is inverted in the vertical direction.

Select this to project an image from behind the screen.

The projected image is inverted in the horizontal direction.

Select when the projector is installed upside-down on the ceiling and behind the screen.

The projected image is inverted in both vertical and horizontal directions.

• To hang the projector from the ceiling, use the optional bracket. Contact the Canon

Customer Support Center for more detailed information.

• Image flipping will reset any adjustment for keystone distortion. In this case, redo the adjustment.

• Adjusting the [Image flip H/V] setting does not alter button assignments in the projector’s side controls.

Keystone

> [Install settings] >

[Keystone]

Specify either [Horizontal-vertical keystone] or [Corner adjustment] keystone adjustment. Keystone adjustment can also be reset. Keystone adjustment can also be applied by pressing the

KEYSTONE

button on the remote control.

Option

Horizontal-vertical keystone

Corner adjustment

Reset

Function

Apply horizontal-vertical keystone adjustment. Image height and length is adjusted.

Apply corner adjustment. Each corner of the image can be repositioned.

Resets any adjustments to the keystone value.

108

Professional settings

> [Install settings] >

[Professional settings]

Specify advanced installation settings.

Menu Settings

Panel drive mode

Select the LCD panel vertical resolution to use.

Option

4096x2160

4096x2400

Function

Use a resolution of 4096 x 2160 lines.

Use a resolution of 4096 x 2400 lines.

• Select [4096x2400] only when a signal with a resolution of 4096 x 2400 is supplied.

• Changing the panel drive mode resets the following values.

-

-

Horizontal-vertical keystone

Corner adjustment

• Adjustment values stored for edge blending vary depending on the panel drive mode.

Multi input mode select

Select how to combine four DVI inputs or two HDMI inputs to form an image.

Submenu

Normal

Single

Function

For use with [Single], [DVI 1x2], [DVI 2x2], or [DVI 1x4]

DVI input.

For use with a single terminal supplying DVI input.

DVI input mode

DVI 1x2

DVI 2x2

For use with DVI input from two cables.

For use with DVI input from four cables, projected in a

2x2 layout.

HDMI input mode

DVI 1x4

Normal

Single

HDMI 1x2

For use with DVI input from four cables, projected side by side.

For use with [Single] or [HDMI 1x2] HDMI input.

For use with a single terminal supplying HDMI input.

For use with two HDMI input signals.

109

Menu Settings

HDMI-1 EDID

HDMI-2 EDID

Select an HDMI terminal (1 or 2) EDID that is compatible with connected equipment.

Option

18Gbps

9Gbps

Function

Select when connected equipment can supply high-bandwidth signals such as 3840 x 2160 (4K) at 60 Hz, YCbCr 4:4:4.

Select in case of incorrect video or audio output from the projector because the EDID is not read correctly by connected equipment when set to 18Gbps.

• Even if this function is used, the list of supported video formats may not be updated when [HDMI input mode] in [Multi input mode select] is set to [HDMI 1x2].

• Use the HDMI-1 terminal when connecting equipment that outputs high-bandwidth signals.

DVI optimizer

Optimizes images from DVI signals.

Submenu

DVI dual link auto setting

DVI-1 equalizer setting

DVI-2 equalizer setting

DVI-3 equalizer setting

Option

DVI-4 equalizer setting

On

Off

Function

Automatically determine whether DVI terminals are used in single- or dual-link mode and switch settings accordingly.

Disable automatic determination of single- or dual-link mode from DVI terminals, and project images in singlelink mode.

Function

Adjust the equalizer value for DVI terminals.

Choose lower values for higher amplification, or higher values for lower amplification.

Example of equalizer settings

• Decrease values to amplify signals that have been attenuated by a long cable.

• Signals may be too strong if noise occurs when using a short cable, or when using an active cable, signal corrector, or repeater. If so, increase values to attenuate and correct the signals.

• When a dual-link cable is used, any noise in the signal line may prevent normal projection. If this occurs, set [DVI dual link auto setting] to [Off].

• In some cases when DVI terminals are used, the cable may not be a good match for the projector, which may cause video noise or prevent the signal from being detected. If this occurs, adjust values in each setting from [DVI-1 equalizer setting] to

[DVI-4 equalizer setting].

110

Registration

Menu Settings

RGB alignment

Correct color misalignment.

Submenu Function

Fine positioning enables adjustment of misalignment relative to images from other projectors used at the same time, in 1-pixel increments.

Submenu

Off

Function

Disable micro-digital image shift.

Micro-digital image shift

Submenu

Adjust

Adjust

Chart

Function

Adjust the image vertically and horizontally.

Display a chart (point selection window).

Color misalignment affecting the entire image can be corrected by moving red, green, or blue components into position, in 1-pixel increments.

Precise correction of red, green, or blue misalignment in different areas of the screen is possible by color and area.

For detailed instructions, refer to “Advanced Registration to Adjust

Projected Images” ( P161 ).

[Off]

[Adjust]

Disable local correction of color misalignment.

Display a menu for local correction of color misalignment.

Advanced registration

Submenu

5-point adjustment

Manual adjustment

Reset

Off

Function

Disable adjustment.

Adjust

Enter 5-point adjustment mode (in screen corners and at the center).

Precise adjustment based on 54 points (in a 6 x

9 grid).

Restore the original position, before adjustment.

With advanced registration, checkered or halftone image areas may be affected by uneven colors or image artifacts.

111

Menu Settings

• [Registration] and [Advanced registration] settings are retained even if you change the panel drive mode.

• 5-point adjustment enables basic correction of color misalignment across the screen, by moving adjustment points in the center and each corner. To correct registration only in certain areas, try manual adjustment.

• Any values you set in 5-point adjustment are retained if you subsequently perform manual adjustment. For more precise correction after 5-point adjustment, perform manual adjustment.

• Any manual adjustment values you set before switching to 5-point adjustment are cleared.

High altitude

Switch the fan mode to suit installation at low or high altitudes (above 2,300 m [7,545.8 ft.]).

Option

Off

On

Function

Setting for altitudes lower than 2,300 m (7,545.8 ft.).

Setting for altitudes of 2,300 m (7,545.8 ft.) or higher.

Incorrect settings may shorten the useful life of the lamp or other parts.

Vertical projection

You can ensure adequate cooling by switching the fan mode to suit upward- or downwardfacing installations.

Option

Off

Upward

Downward

Does not alter the fan mode.

Function

Setting for use when the projector faces upward.

Setting for downward projection.

• Be sure to perform this setting to use vertical projection.

• Projecting vertically without using this setting will shorten the useful life of the lamp and other parts.

• Even if you complete this setting, vertical projection will result in a shorter useful life of the lamp and other parts than horizontal projection.

Fan speed setting

To ensure that optical parts last as long as possible, you can increase the fan speed.

Option

Normal

Function

Sets the fan to a slower speed. Use when quiet operation is required.

High speed

Increases the fan speed, for a relatively longer useful life of optical parts.

Although the fan will be louder, use this setting if the useful life of optical parts is most important.

112

Menu Settings

Marginal focus

In dome projection, image focus can be adjusted on the edges of the screen, and the remote control can be used to activate and deactivate this focus adjustment. For detailed instructions,

refer to “Adjusting Peripheral Focus” ( P165 ).

Off

Option Function

Disable remote focusing of image edges.

On

Reset

Enable remote focusing of image edges. To access the adjustment window, press the

LENS

button on the projector repeatedly or press the

FOCUS

button on the remote control.

Restore edge focusing to the standard position.

Setting this function to [Off] only prevents display of the adjustment window.

Adjustment values are still retained. Use this setting to prevent remote focusing of image edges.

Edge blending

Brightness and colors of overlapping edges of images from multiple projectors, which form a blending area, can be adjusted for a more seamless appearance. For detailed instructions, see

“Projecting from Multiple Projectors at Once (Edge Blending)” ( P157 ).

[Off] Disable blending.

[Adjust] Display the menu for blending area adjustment.

Start marker End marker

Blending area

When adjusting the image projected from the right side

• Adjustment may not eliminate different colors or brightnesses in the blending area.

• For best edge-blending results, use all projectors in the same image mode (Optimal image mode: [Photo/sRGB].) and make the following adjustments.

(1) Brightness, contrast, R/G/B gain, R/G/B offset, black level, color blending, color temperature, color level, color balance, sharpness, gamma

(2) Color adjustment, by using 6-axis color adjustment

(3) Gamma adjustment, by fine-tuning gamma

(4) Corner adjustment, using keystone correction

113

Menu Settings

Submenu

Side

Submenu

Left

Right

Top

Bottom

Width

Start position

Function

Function

Select the direction of the blending area to adjust.

Specify the width between the start and end markers.

Moves the position of the start marker.

• Large blending areas may cover input signal dialog boxes and other interface elements.

In this case, momentarily set edge blending to [Off] and check the display.

• Although the starting marker is normally aligned with the image edge, it can also be aligned toward the center of the image. In this case, the black blending area will lie outside of the starting marker.

Color blending adjustment

Adjust unwanted colors or discrepancies between colors in the blending area.

Submenu

Off

Function

Do not adjust colors of blended images.

Adjust unwanted colors or discrepancies between colors in the blending area.

Adjust

White

Option

Red/Green/Blue

Function

Simultaneously adjust red, green, and blue to correct unwanted colors or discrepancies in the blending area.

Individually adjust red, green, and blue to correct unwanted colors or discrepancies in the blending area.

114

Submenu

Black level adjustment

Marker

Reset

Menu Settings

Function

Because black is lighter in the blending area than in other areas, you can adjust the black level outside the blending area to make this difference in brightness less noticeable.

Position of end marker (hidden)

Left image

Area D

CBA

Blending area

Area A: Black level cannot be adjusted.

Area B: Adjust to a black level different from that of area D.

Area C: Adjust to provide a smooth transition relative to the black levels of areas B and D.

Areas C - A (default: 0)

Off

Do not adjust the black level.

Area

Adjust areas C - A to smoothen the boundaries of the blending area.

Submenu

Side

Function

Select the direction to adjust from Left/Right/Top/

Bottom.

A-Width/

B-Width/

C-Width

Adjust the widths of areas A - C.

Black level

Adjust the black level brightness and color of areas B and D.

Submenu

B/D-area base

B/D-area red / green / blue

Function

Adjust the black level brightness of B/D areas.

Adjust the red, green, and blue components of B/D area black levels individually.

Adjustment values are restored even if the dialog box is no longer displayed after you select [Adjust] again after setting [Black level adjustment] to [Off].

Show the blending area markers.

Off

Option

On

Function

Hide the blending area markers.

Show the blending area markers. The start marker is red, and the end marker is green.

Reset the marker settings.

115

Menu Settings

Lens - Position

> [Install settings] >

[Lens - Position]

The projector can store information about the lens position. Up to three sets of lens information (including, focus, zoom, and lens shift settings) can be saved, and the lens can be restored to these positions as needed.

Submenu

Load position 1-3

Save position 1-3

Lens shift reset

Function

Restores the lens to the positions saved using [Save position 1] -

[Save position 3].

Saves the lens position as one of the available positions (1-3).

Restores the lens to the original position.

• When saved lens positions are restored, images may be slightly misaligned, relative to the saved position.

• Specifying a somewhat smaller image size than the screen size (image area) enables you to switch among multiple lens positions without the image extending off the screen.

• When precise positioning is needed, use lens shift, zoom, and focus functions to finetune the position.

• [Save position] and [Lens shift reset] are not available when [Positional lock] is set to

[On] ( P108 ).

• [Load position] is grayed out and not available unless positions have been stored to a

[Save position].

• The following setting values are stored: focus, zoom, lens shift, keystone, corner adjustment, and screen color.

Screen color

> [Install settings] >

[Screen color]

You can adjust the color quality of the images projected according to the color of the projection screen.

Submenu

Normal

Greenboard

Adjust

Function

Select this if a standard type of projection screen is used. The images are projected in a light quality similar to that of natural light.

Select if a dark green surface such as a blackboard is used as the screen. The color quality similar to [Normal] is obtained on the greenboard.

Select to fine-tune the gain and offset of red, blue, and green.

116

Menu Settings

Iris

> [Install settings] >

[Iris]

Use this feature for projection emphasizing contrast over brightness.

Submenu

Open

Close 1-3

Function

Disables aperture adjustment.

Specify the aperture value in a range of 1-3.

The [Iris] setting does not affect power consumption.

Test pattern

> [Install settings] >

[Test pattern]

You can project a test pattern (

P176

) to check resolution, color, and other details even without supplying an input signal. Also available by pressing the

TEST

PATTERN

button on the remote control.

Option Function

Off

On

Disable test pattern display.

Enable test pattern display.

• While the test pattern menu is displayed, you can use the [ ] / [ ] buttons to switch patterns. Additionally, options of test pattern that have options can be changed with the

[ ] / [ ] buttons.

• The test pattern menu is no longer displayed after a little while, but you can view it again by pressing the [ ] / [ ] buttons.

117

Menu Settings

System settings

Customize projector and remote control operation, beeping, and other details after startup, during standby, and in other situations.

(When the input signal is HDMI-1)

Menu

User screen settings

On screen

Remote control/Side control

Audio in terminal select

Serial communication

Power management mode

Power management duration

Direct power on

Motion blur reduction

Language

Other settings

Function

Customize user screens shown at startup, when no signal is detected, and in other situations.

Set the display position and whether to show or hide menus, help information, and warning or caution icons.

Specify operation with remote control or projector buttons.

Select the terminal for audio input.

Display serial communication setting values.

You can specify to turn off the lamp or projector automatically after a certain period if the projector and remote control are not used and there is no input signal.

Specify how long before the lamp is turned off or the projector enters standby, depending on the [Power management mode] setting.

You can turn on the projector by connecting the power cable without pressing the

POWER

button.

Motion blur is blurring that occurs during video playback. Motion blur reduction can make this blurring less noticeable.

You can select the language in which the menus are displayed.

Set a password, reset counters for lamp or air filter replacement, and access other settings and information.

Details

P119

P120

P122

P123

P124

P124

P124

P125

P125

P126

P127

118

User screen settings

> [System settings] >

[User screen settings]

Capture a logo and specify logo display settings.

Menu Settings

Logo capture

Registers the current image as a user logo. Registered user logos can be shown when no signal is received, when the

BLANK

button is pressed, or as the startup image.

Option

OK

Function

Display the image for logo registration.

Align the image with the red boundary lines indicating the portion that will be stored, and then press the

OK

button. The portion of the image within the boundary lines is now registered.

Cancel

Logo position

Cancels logo registration.

Specify the position of registered user logos as follows.

You can specify the position after a logo has been registered. Choose from upper left, upper right, center, lower left, or lower right.

No signal screen

Customize the screen shown when no input signals are received.

Option Function

Black The screen is all black.

Blue The screen is all blue.

User logo The user logo is projected.

Screen when blank

Select the screen shown when projection is temporarily blanked out by pressing the

BLANK

button on the remote control.

Black

Blue

Option

The screen is all black.

The screen is all blue.

Function

User logo

Projector on

The user logo is projected.

Select a logo to project after startup until input signals can be projected.

Option Function

Skip

Canon logo

User logo

A black screen is projected.

Displays the Canon logo that was registered in advance at the factory.

The user logo is projected.

119

Menu Settings

On screen

> [Sysetm settings] >

[On screen]

Specify display details for on-screen menus, help, and warning or precaution icons.

Menu position

Reposition menu display.

Choose from upper left, upper right, center, lower left, or lower right.

Only [Center] is available when edge blending is used. Other display positions are grayed out and not available.

Menu display time

Extend menu display from the standard 10 or 30 seconds to 3 minutes.

Option

Normal

Extended

Function

The menu is displayed for 10 or 30 seconds.

The menu is displayed for 3 minutes.

The following display times are also changed.

Item

MENU screen

- Input ( P63 )

- Keystone adjustment (

P73

)

- Keystone reset (

P75

)

- Focus (

P67 ), Zoom (

P68 ), Lens shift (

P70

),

Lens shift reset (

P71

)

- Marginal focus ( P113

)

- Aspect ( P72 )

- Image mode (

P76

)

- Gamma ( P101 )

- Volume adjustment (

P27

, P32

)

[Normal] [Extended]

30 seconds 3 minutes

10 seconds 3 minutes

The window for manual adjustment or 5-point adjustment in RGB alignment is shown for 3 minutes, regardless of the [Normal] or [Extended] option.

120

Menu Settings

Guide

Shows the guide screen.

Option

Off

On

Hides the guide screen.

Shows the guide screen.

Function

The guide screen is shown at the following cases.

• No input signal is detected.

• An invalid button is pressed in [BLANK] or [FREEZE] mode. (

P32

)

• When positional lock ( P108 ) is set to [On] and buttons locked by this feature are

pressed.

Show input status

Specify whether signal status is shown when there is no signal or when you are completing signal settings.

Off

Option Function

The input status is not displayed.

On The input status is displayed.

Lamp warning display

Specify whether to show a lamp replacement message after the lamp has been used for a specified period.

Option Function

Off

On

The prepare lamp message and the lamp warning are not displayed.

The prepare lamp message and the lamp warning are displayed.

• When it is almost time to replace the lamp, the projector’s [LAMP] indicator will

flash. For details, see “LED Indicator Displays” ( P29 ).

• Setting display to [Off] will disable both the message to prepare a replacement lamp and the warning to replace the lamp. To review the replacement timing, check the

lamp counter ( P128 ).

• Lamps that are still used after the timing for lamp replacement are more likely to rupture. Replace the lamp with a new one as soon as possible.

Air filter warning display

A message advising you to perform cleaning can be set to display when the filter needs cleaning.

Option

Off

On

Function

The air filter warning is not displayed.

The air filter warning is displayed.

Setting [Air filter warning display] to [Off] will disable display of the warning to clean

the air filter. We recommend checking the air filter counter ( P129

) occasionally to know when to replace the filter.

121

Menu Settings

Overheat warning display

Specify whether the icon warning of high temperature is shown when the internal temperature is high and the projector may overheat.

Option Function

Off

On

Disable high temperature warning icon display.

Enable high temperature warning icon display.

Remote control/Side control

> [System settings] >

[Remote control/Side control]

Specify which operations are available using buttons on the remote control or in the projector’s side controls.

Beep

You can select whether a beep sounds or not when you operate the projector.

Option Function

Off

On

Disables the beep.

Enables the beep.

The beep will not sound if you mute the projector sound with the

MUTE

button on the remote control.

Key repeat

Key repeat enables projector or remote control buttons to be held down instead of pressing them repeatedly.

Option Function

Off

On

Key lock

Key repeat is not enabled.

Key repeat is enabled.

Lock the projector to prevent direct or remote control operation.

Off

Option

Main unit

Remote (wireless)

Function

Disables key lock. Operation is possible on the main unit or from the remote control.

Operation is not possible using the main unit.

Use the remote control.

Disables infrared remote control operations (

P34 ). Use buttons on the

main unit.

Operation is also possible with a wired remote control.

122

Menu Settings

To Unlock Key Lock Function

Turn off the projector and unplug the power plug. Hold down the

OK

button on the main unit and plug in the power cord, as you continue to hold down the

OK

button. In a moment, a beep will sound, and the controls will be unlocked.

When you access this setting from the projector’s side controls, [Main unit] is not available. Similarly, when you access the setting from the remote control, [Remote

(wireless)] is not available.

Remote control channel

Separate channels can be assigned to up to four projectors so that a single remote control can be used with each projector.

Selecting the Projector Channel

If a wired remote control is used, there is no need to set the remote control channel.

Option Function

Ch1

Ch2

Ch3

Ch4

Select the remote control channel to use with this projector.

Independent Can be controlled from a remote control set to any channel.

Selecting a Channel on the Remote Control

After changing the projector channel from the menu, always change the remote control channel accordingly.

Ch1

Ch2

Ch3

Ch4

Independent

Hold down both the

Ch

button and [1] button for 3 seconds.

Hold down both the

Ch

button and [2] button for 3 seconds.

Hold down both the

Ch

button and [3] button for 3 seconds.

Hold down both the

Ch

button and [4] button for 3 seconds.

Hold down both the

Ch

button and [0] button for 3 seconds.

Audio in terminal select

> [System settings] >

[Audio in terminal select]

Select the terminal for audio input.

Off

Audio in

Option

HDMI-1

HDMI-2

Function

No audio is output.

Use audio signals from AUDIO IN for audio output.

Only available when the input signal is set to [HDMI-1] or [HDMI

1x2]. Audio signals from HDMI-1 are output.

Only available when the input signal is set to [HDMI-2] or [HDMI

1x2]. Audio signals from HDMI-2 are output.

123

Menu Settings

Serial communication

> [System settings] >

[Serial communication]

You can check setting values for the service port (CONTROL) used for serial communication.

Option

Baud rate

Data bits

Parity

Function

Modulation rate, in bits per second.

Number of bits of data.

Number of parity bits.

Specify the length of the mark representing the end of data bits.

Stop bit

1

2

Option Function

Sets the stop bit length to 1.

Sets the stop bit length to 2.

Power management mode

> [System settings] >

[Power management mode]

You can specify to turn off the lamp or projector automatically after a certain period if the projector and remote control are not used and there is no input signal.

Disabled

Option

Lamp off

Standby

Function

Disable power management mode.

Only turns the lamp off.

Turns the projector off and puts it in standby.

• After the lamp is turned off, projection resumes when:

-

the same input signal is restored.

-

-

the remote control or projector is operated.

the power is turned on.

• After the projector enters standby, restoring projection requires the same steps as when turning the projector on normally.

• When [Disabled] is selected, [Direct power on] (

P125 ) is not available.

Power management duration

> [System settings] >

[Power management duration]

Specify how long before the lamp is turned off or the projector enters standby, depending on the [Power management mode] setting.

Option

5 min. - 60 min.

Function

After 30 seconds without an input signal when the projector is idle, the projector starts displaying a countdown of the selected time.

• If conditions that would start countdown are met while you are blanking projection, blanking is canceled.

• Once countdown begins, audio output stops.

124

Menu Settings

Direct power on

> [System settings] >

[Direct power on]

You can turn on the projector by connecting the power cable without pressing the

POWER

button.

Off

On

Option Function

The

POWER

button must be pressed to turn the projector on.

You can turn on the projector by connecting the power cable only.

• Before enabling direct power on, be sure to set [Power management mode] to an option other than [Disabled]. When [Disabled] is selected, [Direct power on] is not available.

• After turning off the projector, wait at least 5 minutes before turning it on again. It may shorten the lamp life if you turn on the projector immediately after turning it off.

Motion blur reduction

> [System settings] >

[Motion blur reduction]

Motion blur is blurring that occurs during video playback. Motion blur reduction can make this blurring less noticeable.

Off

Weak

Strong

Option Function

Motion blur reduction is not performed.

Reduce motion blur for fast-moving images. Note that images may be slightly darker, and flickering may occur.

Reduce motion blur for images moving faster than with [Weak].

Note that images may be darker, and flickering may occur.

• If setting the projector to [Strong] or [Weak] produces distracting flickering, set it to [Off].

• [Motion blur reduction] is not available in [DICOM SIM] image mode. The menu is grayed out.

125

Menu Settings

Language

> [System settings] >

[Language]

Select the menu display language.

Language

English Russian

German

French

Italian

Spanish

Portuguese

Swedish

Dutch

Finnish

Norwegian

Turkish

Polish

Hungarian

Czech

Danish

Arabic

Chinese (Simplified)

Chinese (Traditional)

Korean

Japanese

126

Menu Settings

Other settings

> [System settings] >

[Other settings]

Lock operation with a password, set a password, reset counters for lamp or air filter replacement, and access other settings and information.

Password settings

Disables the projector unless the correct password is entered.

Off

Option Function

The projector can be used even if no password is entered.

On The projector cannot be used unless you enter your password.

To Cancel the Password

Cancellation on the

Projector

Turn off the projector and unplug the power plug.

Hold down the

MENU

button on the side control and connect the power plug. Make sure to keep holding down the

MENU

button until a beep sounds. When the projector beeps, the password is canceled. (The entered password is also reset.)

Cancellation on the Remote

Control

To forcibly cancel the password from the remote control, in standby state press the

MENU

button 3 times, then press the

POWER

button.

• You cannot set [On] unless you have completed [Register password].

Once you set a password, the password entry screen appears at power-on.

Enter a 4 digit password.

Enter the password using the

[ ] / [ ] / [ ] / [ ]

buttons or number buttons on the remote control.

If the password is valid, the projection starts. If you enter a wrong password three times, the power will be turned off.

• The projector also goes off after 3 minutes of inactivity on the password input screen.

127

Menu Settings

Register password

You can register a password for starting projection.

Enter a 4 digit password.

Enter the password using the pointer buttons [ ] (1) / [ ] (2) / [ ] (3) / [ ] (4) or the number buttons on the remote control.

The 4-digit password is entered from the left to right digits. When the final digit is entered, the password is automatically registered.

Press the

MENU

button to abort the registration.

Adjust panel characteristics

Adjust projection to compensate for how long the projector has been used, the projection environment, and other factors.

Submenu Function

Restore the original gamma if, after the projector has been used for some time, you notice that tone curves have changed, or if neutral colors have become tinted. Gamma restore can only be used when the lamp has been on for approximately 30 minutes or longer.

Submenu Function

Returns to the factory default without performing

Gamma restore.

Restore the original gamma and apply the result.

Gamma restore

Off

Adjust

• Restoring gamma will restore tone curves and neutral colors as closely as possible to defaults, but original projection cannot be matched exactly.

• If Gamma restore is performed, the adjustment screen will be projected for approximately 8 minutes.

• To stop Gamma restore, press the

POWER

or

EXIT

button.

Cancellation will return the setting to [Off].

Adjust panel temperature

Used when the gamma has changed in response to other changes, such as changes in ambient temperature.

Compensates for changes in gradation caused by a change in LCOS panel temperature. This function can only be used after the lamp has been on for approximately 2 minutes.

Submenu

Off

Adjust

Function

Do not adjust the panels to suit the temperature.

Adjust the panels to suit the temperature.

Lamp counter

You can reset the lamp counter that indicates the time for lamp replacement.

For details on lamp counter display, see “Replacing the Lamp” ( P171 ).

• Do not reset the lamp counter except when you have replaced the lamp. Otherwise, the lamp counter cannot indicate the correct timing for replacing the lamp.

• Lamps are more likely to rupture once the lamp replacement message has been

displayed ( P171

). Replace the lamp with a new one as soon as possible.

128

Menu Settings

Air filter counter

This resets the counter which reminds you of the time for cleaning and replacing the air filter.

For details on replacing or cleaning the filter, see

P168

-

P171 .

Power counter

Indicates the total time that the projector has been connected to a power supply.

This value is not reset even if [Factory defaults] is executed.

Firmware

Update the projector firmware.

Check the version indicated before updating the firmware.

Update the projector firmware as follows.

1. Download updated firmware from the Canon website and store it at the root directory on a

USB flash drive.

2. Insert the USB flash drive in the USB port.

3. Follow the instructions shown to complete the update process.

• Firmware versions shown here are for illustration only and differ from actual versions.

• In some cases, it may not be possible to download updates. For details, contact the

Canon Customer Support Center.

• Firmware updating takes a few minutes. During the update, the LED indicator will flash in red. Do not turn off the projector while the LED is flashing. After the update, the projector will automatically turn itself off and enter standby mode.

Factory defaults

You can reset the menu item settings and restore the system settings to the factory defaults.

Option Function

OK Settings are reset to default.

Cancel Settings are not reset to default.

129

Menu Settings

Network settings

Network Connection Overview

Connecting the projector to a network enables you to control the projector from a computer and receive notification of projector errors via email.

Depending on the method of network connection, preparation on the computer side may be necessary. The following is an explanation of preparation on the computer side.

Connection Methods

To connect the projector to a computer network, use a LAN cable.

Hub or router, etc.

LAN cable (shielded twisted pair; not included)

LAN port

When the [Network function] setting of the projector is set to [Off] (Network

Connections is disabled), switch it to [On] to enable it. ( P133 )

Referring to “Checking Projector Information” ( P138 ), check that the projector IP

address does not overlap with other computers that are on the same LAN. To set

a projector IP address, follow the instructions in “Completing Computer Settings for a Network Connection” ( P139 ) and use the web screen, or use projector TCP/

IP settings. (

P134

)

When you connect the computer to the network for the first time, it is also necessary to perform settings on the computer. In this case, consult the network administrator regarding the necessary settings.

In a network environment where a DHCP server is operating, choose [On] on the

projector [DHCP] screen to enable the DHCP function and connect it. ( P134

)

130

Menu Settings

Completing Projector Settings

Settings described in this section apply to the network connections, setting a network password, and other aspects of networked projection.

(When the input signal is HDMI-1)

Menu

Network settings lock

Network password setting

Register network password

Lock network settings to prevent changes.

Specify whether network settings are passwordprotected.

Function

Set a network password.

Network standby settings

Network function

Detailed settings

Specify the extent of network functionality in standby mode.

Enable or disable network functions.

Display and set network connection details.

PJLink

AMX Device Discovery

Crestron RoomView

Enable or disable PJLink.

Enable or disable AMX Device Discovery.

Enable or disable Crestron RoomView.

Details

P132

P132

P132

P133

P133

P134

P136

P137

P137

131

Menu Settings

Network settings lock

> [Network Settings] >

[Network settings lock]

You can lock/unlock the network settings so that they cannot be changed.

Lock

Option

Unlock

Function

Cancels the lock and allows other network settings to be changed. The password must be entered in order to cancel the lock. Use the [ ] / [ ] /

[ ] / [ ] buttons or number buttons on the remote control to enter the four-digit network password.

Lock the settings.

Forcibly canceling the network lock

Press these buttons in the following order to cancel the lock: [ ] [OK] [ ] [OK] [ ] [OK].

This operation resets the network password to [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] ([1] [1] [1] [1]).

Setting [Network password setting] to [Off] leaves network settings unlocked.

Network password setting

> [Network settings] >

[Network password setting]

You can set whether or not a password is required in order to change the projector network settings.

Off

On

Option Function

A network password is not used.

A network password is used.

Register network password

> [Network settings] >

[Register network password]

Use the [ ] / [ ] / [ ] / [ ] buttons or number buttons on the remote control to enter the projector network password.

132

Menu Settings

Network standby settings

> [Network settings] >

[Network standby settings]

Specify the network function operating status in standby mode as follows.

Normal

Option

Low-power

Function

All network functions are available even in standby mode, including the web screen, control over the network, and PJLink.

All network functions are available even in standby mode.

However, the projector may be less responsive than usual when some functions are initially used.

• [Low-power] may delay access over the network for some functions. For faster access, select [Normal].

• Power consumption when Network function is [On] varies depending on whether

Network standby settings is set to Normal or Low-power.

Network function

> [Network settings] >

[Network function]

Enable or disable network function.

Specifying [Off] can save energy.

Off

On

Option Function

Disable the network function.

Enable the network function.

133

Menu Settings

Detailed settings

> [Network settings] >

[Detailed settings]

View or manually change the IP address, gateway address, and other network connection settings. Available only when the network function is [On].

Menu

IP address

Gateway address

MAC address

DHCP

Function

IP address of the projector.

Gateway address of the projector.

MAC address of the projector.

Submenu

Off

On

Function

Disables the DHCP function. TCP/IP settings must be configured manually.

Enables the DHCP function. Searches the DHCP server. TCP/IP settings cannot be configured

(IP address, subnet mask, and gateway address), because the IP address is acquired from the DHCP server.

Change or specify the IP address, subnet mask, and gateway address used for connections.

TCP/IP settings

• This menu is not available (grayed out) when [DHCP] is [On].

• If an invalid value is entered, the message “Invalid entry” appears. If this occurs, enter a valid value.

134

Menu

Network setting initialization

Function

The following network settings are initialized.

Settings configured from the projector menu

Network settings lock ( P132

Network password setting (

Register network password (

Network standby settings (

)

P132

P133 )

)

P132 )

Network function (

P133

)

Detailed settings (

P134

)

PJLink ( P136 )

AMX Device Discovery (

P137 )

Crestron RoomView (

P137

)

Settings configured from the web screen

[Password] ( P146

)

[Network] (

P147

)

[Mail] (

P148

[Mail auth] (

[SNMP] (

[PJLink] (

)

P149

P150

P151

)

[Projector info.] (

)

)

P150 )

Menu Settings

135

Menu Settings

PJLink

> [Network settings] >

[PJLink]

You can enable or disable the PJLink network function of the projector.

When the function is turned on, control is possible via the network using commands that meet PJLink standards.

Option

Off

On

Disables the PJLink function.

Function

Enables the PJLink function.

• The projector conforms to Class 1 as defined in PJLink standards established by the

Japan Business Machine and Information System Industries Association (JBMIA). This projector supports all commands that are defined by PJLink Class 1, and has been verified as conforming to the PJLink standard Class 1 definition.

• For details on using PJLink, see “Setting PJLink [PJLink]” ( P151 ).

What is PJLink?

In September 2003, the PJLink Working Group was established under the Data Projector

Committee. During the first year, this PJLink Working Group standardized PJLink as a new interface specification for projectors.

PJLink is a unified standard for operation and control of projectors.

It allows centralized control of projectors and operation from a controller for all projectors regardless of manufacturer.

The objective is for JBMIA to improve convenience for users and expand the use of projectors through early systemization for network monitoring and control of projectors, which will become the mainstream in the future.

Class 1: Standardization of control and monitoring specifications for basic projector functions

Basic projector control: Power control, input selection, etc.

Acquisition of projector information and status: Power status, input selection status, error status, lamp use time, etc.

JBMIA: Japan Business Machine and Information System Industries Association.

The JBMIA is an organization which was launched in 1960 and changed its name on April 1, 2002.

PJLink website: http://pjlink.jbmia.or.jp/english/

PJLink is a registered trademark of JBMIA and pending trademark in some countries.

PJLink is a registered trademark, or an application has been submitted for trademark, in Japan, the United States and / or other countries or regions.

136

Menu Settings

AMX Device Discovery

> [Network settings] >

[AMX Device Discovery]

This setting enables other equipment compatible with AMX Device Discovery to detect the projector over a network. For networks without AMX Device Discovery, select [Off].

Option

Off

On

Function

Disables AMX Device Discovery.

Enables AMX Device Discovery. The projector will periodically send out AMX beacon packets over the network.

For details on AMX Device Discovery, visit the AMX website.

http://www.amx.com/

Crestron RoomView

> [Network settings] >

[Crestron RoomView]

Crestron RoomView enables centralized management of multiple projectors over a network. Networked projectors can be remotely controlled to troubleshoot issues, check the useful life of lamps, or turn the projectors on or off. Specify whether to use Crestron RoomView.

Option

Off

On

Function

Disable Crestron RoomView.

Enables Crestron RoomView. A port for RoomView will be opened, and the projector will respond to CIP packets. Communication is possible via the RoomView Express/Server application or via

Crestron Controller. (

P152 )

For details on Crestron RoomView, visit the Crestron

®

website.

http://www.crestron.com/

137

Menu Settings

Checking Projector Information

You can check information about the signal types of the images projected and other information.

Model name

Input signal

Firmware

Serial no.

Menu

Projector usage time

IP address

E-mail sender address*

E-mail recipient address*

Projector name*

Comments*

System information ID

Function

Shows the model name.

Details of the input signal currently selected

Information such as the type, resolution, frequency, and color format of the signal is displayed.

Current firmware version

Serial number unique to this projector

Shows the total time the projector has been on.

IP address used when connected to a network.

Sender e-mail address used for sending error mails (

P148 )

Displays [Already set] or [Not set] to show whether a recipient e-mail address has been set for receiving error mails. (

P148 )

Name which identifies this projector on the network

Comments such as the location in which the projector is installed are displayed. (

P150 )

System information. Normally this is not displayed.

* The values are not displayed when network functions are [Off].

138

Using the Projector on a Network

Completing Computer Settings for a Network

Connection

Specifying an IP Address

Instructions for setting a computer’s IP address are as follows for each operating system.

4

5

6

2

3

1

Windows 10

Right-click the Start button (Windows logo) in the lower left of the screen.

In desktop mode (from the desktop screen)

The same operation is possible by pressing Win+X.

In the shortcut menu displayed in the lower left, click [Control Panel].

Click [View network status and tasks].

In Icon View:

Click [Network and Sharing Center].

7

8

Click [Change adapter settings].

Right-click [Ethernet], and then click [Properties].

In the [This connection uses the following items] list, select [Internet

Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)] and click the [Properties] button. Make a note of the original network settings (IP address, subnet mask, default gateway, etc).

Select [Use the following IP address] and set the IP address and subnet mask.

The factory default IP address for the projector is “192.168.254.254”. Set an IP address which is different from this.

When finished, click the [OK] button, and then click the [Close] button in the [Ethernet Properties] window to close it.

139

Using the Projector on a Network

4

5

6

1

Windows 8.1 / Windows 8

Right-click on the start screen background and click [All Apps] in the lower right.

Windows 8.1 Users:

Click the down arrow in the lower left of the start screen.

2

Click [Control Panel].

From the Desktop:

Press Win+X.

In the shortcut menu displayed in the lower left, click [Control Panel].

3

Click [View network status and tasks].

In Icon View:

Click [Network and Sharing Center].

7

8

Click [Change adapter settings].

Right-click [Ethernet], and then click [Properties].

In the [This connection uses the following items] list, select [Internet

Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)] and click the [Properties] button. Make a note of the original network settings (IP address, subnet mask, default gateway, etc).

Select [Use the following IP address] and set the IP address and subnet mask.

The factory default IP address for the projector is “192.168.254.254”. Set an IP address which is different from this.

When finished, click the [OK] button, and then click the [Close] button in the [Ethernet Properties] window to close it.

140

Using the Projector on a Network

4

5

1

2

3

6

7

Windows 7

From the PC [Start] menu, select [Control Panel].

Click on [Network and Internet], then click on [View network status and tasks].

From the menu on the left side of the window, click on [Change adapter settings].

Right-click [Local Area Connection], and open [Properties].

Select [Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)] and click the [Properties] button. Make a note of the original network settings (IP address, subnet mask, default gateway, etc).

Select [Use the following IP address] and set the IP address and subnet mask.

The factory default IP address for the projector is “192.168.254.254”. Set an IP address which is different from this.

When the settings are completed, click the [OK] button and then click the

[OK] button on the [Local Area Connection Properties] window to close it.

4

5

2

3

1

6

7

Windows Vista

From the PC [Start] menu, select [Control Panel].

Click on [View network status and tasks].

From the menu on the left side of the window, click on [Manage network connections].

Right-click [Local Area Connection], and open [Properties].

Select [Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)] and click the [Properties] button. Make a note of the original network settings (IP address, subnet mask, default gateway, etc).

Select [Use the following IP address] and set the IP address and subnet mask.

The factory default IP address for the projector is “192.168.254.254”. Set an IP address which is different from this.

When the settings are completed, click the [OK] button and then click the

[OK] button on the [Local Area Connection Properties] window to close it.

141

Using the Projector on a Network

1

2

3

4

Mac OS X

Open the Apple Menu and select [System Preferences].

In the System Preferences window, click [Network] to display the Network window.

Select [Built-in Ethernet] and click the [TCP/IP] tab. Make a note of the original network settings (IP address, subnet mask, router, DNS server, etc.).

Create a new network environment and set the IP address and subnet mask.

The factory default IP address for the projector is “192.168.254.254”. Set an IP address which is different from this.

Click [Apply] to close the network preference window.

5

Resetting the IP Address Setting of the Computer

Follow the same procedure as for changing the IP address and reset the values to the original values based on the notes taken before the change.

142

Using the Projector on a Network

Setting Up the Network

1

Displaying the Network Configuration Screen

Turn on the computer and projector.

Network functions are not available for the first 40 seconds after projector startup.

2

Launch a web browser, enter “http://(projector IP address)” in the address bar, and press the Enter key.

The projector web screen appears.

The following information is displayed.

Projector control

Settings

Projector name

Comment

MAC address

IP address

Power status

Lamp time full power

Lamp time power saver

Lamp time converted

Filter time

Alert

Displays the projector control screen.

Shows the settings screen.

The name of the projector on the network

Relevant notes, such as where the projector is installed

The MAC address of the projector

The IP address of the projector

The power status of the projector

Lamp operating time in [Full power] lamp mode

Lamp operating time in [Power saver] lamp mode

Lamp operating time (converted value)

Air filter operating time

Error message (if an error has occurred)

Temperature abnormality

Faulty lamp

Faulty cooling fan

Faulty power supply

Faulty air filter unit

The factory default IP address is “192.168.254.254”. If DHCP settings are used, ask the network administrator for the projector IP address. It is possible to check the IP address

from the projector menu. ( P134

)

3

Click [Settings] on the web screen.

The password input window appears.

143

Using the Projector on a Network

4

Enter the user name and password on the password input window, then click [OK].

The factory default user name is “root” and the password is “system”.

The settings screen is displayed. Complete the network settings on this screen.

To control the projector from the computer, click [Projector control]. (

P155 )

1

Network Setting

Select a function to set up from the settings screen menu.

144

Using the Projector on a Network

2

Enter setting details in the fields shown (1), and then click [OK] (2).

(1)

(2)

3

A confirmation window appears. Check the contents and if they are correct, click [Apply].

145

Using the Projector on a Network

The settings are applied to the projector.

Selecting [Network] or [Password] in the menu will cause this message to be displayed: “Save completed. Please change setting and reconnect.”

If you select functions other than above, “Save completed” is displayed. Click

[Back to top] to return to the top page of the web screen.

Setting a Password [Password]

From [Password] in the settings screen, you can set a user name and password for

web screen login. For the setting procedure, refer to “Network Setting” ( P144 ).

Item

User name

New password

Explanation

When logging into the web screen, enter the user name in 1-byte alphanumeric characters and symbols

(4 -15 characters).

When logging into the web screen, enter the password in 1-byte alphanumeric characters and symbols

(4 -15 characters).

Factory default setting

root system

146

Using the Projector on a Network

Item

Confirm new password

Explanation

For confirmation, enter the same password that you entered in [New password].

Factory default setting

system

Setting Basic Information [Network]

From [Network] in the settings screen, you can log into the web screen and set

basic network information. For the setting procedure, refer to “Network Setting”

( P144 ).

MAC address

DHCP

IP address

Item

Subnet mask

Default gateway

Explanation

Shows the projector’s MAC address.

Factory default setting

The MAC address of the projector

OFF Select whether to turn the DHCP function on or off. If the function is on, because the IP address is acquired from the server, it is not possible to enter the following items.

[IP address]

[Subnet mask]

[Default gateway]

Enter the IP address of the projector in

1-byte numbers.

Enter the subnet mask in 1-byte numbers.

Enter the default gateway IP address in

1-byte numbers.

192.168.254.254

255.255.255.0

0.0.0.0

If settings related to TCP/IP were changed, it is necessary to disconnect and reconnect to the network.

If the network subnet mask was changed, select [Subnet mask] in the above screen and set the new subnet mask.

147

Using the Projector on a Network

Setting Up Email [Mail]

From [Mail] in the settings screen, you can set the items necessary to send error

mails and test mails. For the setting procedure, refer to “Network Setting” ( P144 ).

Item

Error report

To:

Cc:

From:

Explanation

Select whether to turn the error mail sending function on or off.

Enter the recipient address for error mails in 1-byte alphanumeric characters and symbols (1 - 63 characters).

Enter the CC address for error mails in

1-byte alphanumeric characters and symbols (1 - 63 characters).

Enter the sender address for error mails in 1-byte alphanumeric characters and symbols (1 - 63 characters).

SMTP server IP address Enter the SMTP server IP address in 1byte numbers.

SMTP server port number

SNTP server IP address

Enter the SMTP server port number in 1byte numbers (1 - 65535).

Enter the SNTP server IP address in 1byte numbers.

Time zone

Mail resend interval*

Select the time zone where the projector is used.

Enter the interval for resending mail when an error occurred (unit: seconds) within the range of 0 - 59 seconds using

1-byte numbers.

Factory default setting

OFF

MailUserAccount

<Blank>

[email protected]

0.0.0.0

25

0.0.0.0

(GMT) Dublin, Lisbon,

London

10

148

Using the Projector on a Network

Item

Mail resend times

Explanation

Enter the number of times to resend mail when an error occurred within the range of 0 - 255 using 1-byte numbers.

Factory default setting

3

* When the interval is set to 0 seconds, repeated attempts to send mail are made

(as set in [Mail resend times]) without pausing between attempts.

Mail Authentication Settings [Mail auth]

From [Mail auth], you can configure the settings for authentication of mail that is

sent when an error occurs. For the setting procedure, refer to “Network Setting”

( P144 ).

Item

Mail authentication

Factory default setting

OFF

User name

Password

Confirm password

POP3 server IP address

POP3 server port number

POP before SMTP response time

Explanation

Select the mail authentication method.

If OFF is selected, the other mail authentication settings cannot be changed.

Enter the user name to use for mail authentication in 1-byte alphanumeric characters and symbols (1 - 63 characters).

Enter the password for mail authentication in 1-byte alphanumeric characters and symbols (1 - 63 characters).

For confirmation, enter the same password as you entered in

[Password].

Enter the POP3 server IP address in 1byte numbers.

Enter the POP3 server port number in

1-byte numbers (1 - 65535).

Enter the SMTP authentication timeout period after POP3 authentication (unit: milliseconds) using 1-byte numbers (0

- 9999 milliseconds).

<Blank>

<Blank>

<Blank>

0.0.0.0

110

300

Sending a Test Mail [Send test mail]

From [Mail] in the settings screen, you can send a test mail to the specified mail address by clicking [Send test mail] at the bottom of the screen. The settings cannot be changed from this screen.

149

Using the Projector on a Network

SNMP Settings [SNMP]

From [SNMP] in the settings screen, you can configure the settings related to control of projectors which use SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol). For

the setting procedure, refer to “Network Setting” ( P144 ).

SNMP

Item

Receive community

Password

Confirm password

Explanation

Select the SNMP function version. If

OFF is selected, the SNMP function will be turned off and the other settings in this screen cannot be changed.

Enter the community name which will receive projector information in 1-byte alphanumeric characters and symbols

(1 - 15 characters).

Enter the community settings password in 1-byte alphanumeric characters and symbols (8 - 15 characters). It can be set only when the SNMP version is V3.

For confirmation, enter the same password as you entered in [Password].

Factory default setting

OFF

<Blank>

<Blank>

<Blank>

Setting Projector Information [Projector info.]

From [Projector info.] in the settings screen, you can enter relevant comments such as projector names and locations where projectors are installed so that the information can be used to identify projectors when multiple projectors are installed

on the network. For the setting procedure, refer to “Network Setting” ( P144 ).

150

Item

Projector name

Comment

Using the Projector on a Network

Explanation

Enter the projector name in 1-byte alphanumeric characters and symbols

(1 - 63 characters).

Enter any relevant notes, such as where the projector is installed.

Factory default setting

Canon Projector001

<Blank>

Some characters such as # cannot be used for [Projector name] and [Comment].

Setting PJLink [PJLink]

From [PJLink] in the settings screen, you can set the PJLink functions which are the standard for projector management on a network. For the setting procedure, refer

to “Network Setting” ( P144

). For information about PJLink, refer to “What is

PJLink?” ( P136 ).

PJLink

Item

PJLink authentication

Password

Confirm password

Explanation

Turn the PJLink function on or off. If

OFF is selected, the PJLink function will be turned off and the other settings in this screen cannot be changed.

Select whether to turn the PJLink authentication function on or off. If OFF is selected, it is not possible to change the following items.

[Password]

[Confirm password]

Enter the PJLink authentication password in 1-byte alphanumeric characters (1 - 32 characters).

For confirmation, enter the same password that you entered in

[Password].

Factory default setting

ON

ON system system

151

Using the Projector on a Network

Setting Up a Controller Manufactured by Crestron Electronics

[Crestron Controller]

The [Crestron e-Control] screen will open. For details on the Crestron Controller, visit the Crestron website.

http://www.crestron.com/

Setting Errors

When a setting-related error occurs, the error name is displayed on the screen, and a “ ” mark is displayed next to the input field which caused the error.

The error meanings are as shown below.

Input error

Error

Password setting error

Invalid SMTP

System failed to connect SMTP server.

System failed to connect POP3 server.

System doesn’t support this auth type.

System failed to authenticate.

The system failed to send the test mail.

Meaning

A setting outside the valid range was set on the settings screen.

The set password and confirmation password did not match.

The SMTP server IP address has not been set.

Failed to connect to the SMTP server when sending a test mail.

Failed to connect to the POP3 server attempting to send a test mail.

An authentication type was set which is not supported by the server.

Authentication failed attempting to send a test mail.

Sending of test mail failed due to a connection failure with the SMTP server or an error which does not ordinarily occur.

152

Using the Projector on a Network

Resetting Network Settings to the Default Settings

1

Perform steps 1 - 3 on “Displaying the Network Configuration Screen”

( P143 ) to display the settings screen.

2

Click [Initialize].

3

A confirmation window appears. Click [OK].

153

Using the Projector on a Network

Error Notification Mails

The messages shown in the following error list are sent when an error occurs in the projector.

Error list

Errors related to temperature

Error name

Text

Errors related to the lamp

Errors related to the fan

Errors related to the air filter

Errors related to the power

Error name

Text

Error name

Text

Error name

Text

Error name

Text

Temperature abnormality

The temperature inside the projector is too high for some reason or the outside air temperature is higher than the specified one.

If the problem is inside the projector, check whether the projector is installed and operated normally, turn off the projector to cool its inside, and retry projection. If the same warning occurs again, the projector may be defective. Contact your dealer.

Faulty lamp

The lamp has burnt out. Replace the lamp with a new one. If the same warning occurs again, the lamp drive circuit may be defective. Contact your dealer.

Faulty cooling fan

The cooling fan or another component may be defective.

Contact your dealer.

Faulty air filter unit

The air filter unit is not installed properly.

Check whether the air filter unit is installed properly.

If it is installed properly, the air filter unit detection switch may be defective. Contact your dealer.

Faulty power supply

The voltage of part of the power supply is abnormally high or anyother problem has occurred in the power supply.

Contact your dealer.

154

Using the Projector on a Network

Controlling the Projector from a Computer

When the projector is connected to a network, it is possible to control the projector from a computer via the network.

1

2

Turn on the computer and projector.

Launch a web browser, enter “http://(projector IP address)” in the address bar, and press the Enter key.

The projector web screen appears.

The factory default IP address is “192.168.254.254”. If DHCP settings are used, ask the network administrator for the projector IP address. It is possible to check the IP address from the projector menu.

3

4

Click [Projector control] on the web screen.

The password input window appears.

Enter the user name and password on the password input window, then click [OK].

The factory default user name is “root” and the password is “system”.

The projector control screen appears.

The projector can be controlled from this screen.

Item

Projector name

Comment

Refresh

Power

Input

Aspect

Image mode

Blank

Mute

Information

Explanation

The name of the connected projector is displayed. (

P150 )

Shows notes, such as where the projector is installed. ( P150

)

Refreshes the displayed contents with the most recent information.

Turns projector power on or off.

Select an input signal and click [Apply] to change to that input signal.

(

P63

)

Select an aspect and click [Apply] to change to that aspect. (

P72 )

Select an image mode and click [Apply] to change to that image mode.

(

P76

)

Switches the blank setting on or off. ( P80 )

Switches the mute setting on or off. (

P32

)

Shows the results of control, or control error information, at the top of the screen.

155

Using the Projector on a Network

5

When the operations are finished, click [Back to top] to return the initial web screen.

156

Advanced Projection

Projecting from Multiple Projectors at Once

(Edge Blending)

The brightness of overlapping image edges from multiple projectors used together can be adjusted to make them blend in better.

Basic Instructions

Follow these steps when using two projectors side by side.

1

In the [Install settings] menu, select [Professional settings] > [Edge blending] > [Adjust].

• If you have already completed edge blending settings, selecting [Adjust] will apply them.

• To redo adjustment from the beginning, select [Reset].

2

Set [Marker] to [On].

Marker lines are projected on the images. The red marker indicates the start position for adjustment, and the green marker, the end position.

By default, the green and red markers are displayed in the same position, so only the red marker is visible.

3

4

5

Adjust [Start position] for the side where images overlap. Move the start marker to the outer edge of the overlapping area, or press a number button on the remote control to specify the start position.

Adjust [Width]. Move the end marker to the inner edge of the overlapping area, or press a number button on the remote control to specify the width of the area to correct.

The area between the starting and ending markers is called the blending area.

Values indicated for this blending area are adjusted to match manually entered blending area values. Shading is applied to this area, and the brightness is adjusted to match portions that overlap with other areas. After you complete settings for one image, do the same thing for the other one to specify the blending area. Adjust the settings to make the blending area for each image the same.

Set [Marker] to [Off].

157

Advanced Projection

Color Adjustment

In overlapping projection, portions of images in the overlapping area that pick up other colors or are miscolored may be more noticeable. You can make this overlapping area appear less distracting by performing Color blending adjustment.

1

In the [Install settings] menu, select [Professional settings] > [Edge blending] > [Adjust] > [Color blending adjustment] > [Adjust].

2

As you watch the image, adjust the value to eliminate unwanted colors in the overlapping area.

3

First adjust red, green, and blue together by changing the [White] value, and then adjust [Red], [Green], and [Blue] values individually.

Repeat this adjustment on all projectors.

Black Level Adjustment

In overlapping projection, dark colors are projected with less intensity than other colors in the overlapping area. You can make this overlapping area less distracting by adjusting the black level of non-overlapping image areas.

Left image Right image

Area where dark colors look lighter

Position of end marker (hidden)

D-area Blending area

Here, the non-overlapping image area (from the end marker toward the center of the image) is called area “D.”

Normally, three areas are identified in the context of end markers: A, B, and C.

In the following instructions, only area D is adjusted, and the widths of A, B, and C are left at the default value of 0.

To prepare for adjustment, set [No signal screen] to [Black], start projection with no input

signal, and turn off the room lights, so that you can check dark image areas. ( P119 )

158

Advanced Projection

1

2

3

In the [Install settings] menu, select [Professional settings] > [Edge blending] > [Adjust] > [Black level adjustment] > [Adjust].

Select [Adjustment type] > [Black level].

After selecting [D-area base], as you watch the image, adjust the values so that the brightness and colors of the blending area and area D match.

4

Adjust [D-area base] to lighten the black level, and adjust [Red], [Green], and

[Blue] to obtain an optimal black level color tone, as needed.

Repeat this adjustment on all projectors.

Smoother Overlapping Areas

The black level along the right edge of area D (along the blending area) may be more noticeable than that of surrounding areas.

By adjusting the black level of area B, you can make the transition smoother.

To compensate, adjust each area as follows.

Left image

D-area

Position of end marker (hidden)

Area A: Black level cannot be adjusted.

Area B: Adjust to a black level different from that of area

D.

Area C: Adjust to provide a smooth transition relative to the black levels of areas B and D.

CBA

Blending area

Areas C–A (default width: 0)

When the projected image has multiple blending areas (on the top, bottom, and each side), the width of areas A, B, and C must be adjusted to suit these blending areas.

In this example, instructions are given for adjusting area B.

1

In the [Install settings] menu, select [Professional settings] > [Edge blending] > [Adjust] > [Black level adjustment] > [Adjust].

2

Select [Adjustment type] > [Area] > [Side] > [Right].

159

Advanced Projection

3

Select [B-width], and then specify the width of area B.

Adjust the width of area B so that it roughly matches the area where the black level of area B stands out. This will make the width of area D narrower.

4

Select [Adjustment type] > [Black level]. Adjust [B-area base] as you watch the image.

• Results of adjusting the black level of area B are applied to all sides.

• Blending can be fine-tuned by adjusting [Adjustment type] > [Black level] > [Red],

[Green], and [Blue].

5

6

As you watch the image, adjust the width of areas A, B, and C.

Readjust the black level of area B, as needed.

To reduce distracting colors and colors that are out of alignment in areas where the images overlap, perform [Color blending adjustment] targeting the main tone in the envisaged projected image.

If you perform adjustments using [Color blending adjustment] or other menus, that may not eliminate the distracting colors and differences in brightness in areas where the images overlap.

160

Advanced Projection

Advanced Registration to Adjust Projected

Images

This feature enables precise correction of red, green, or blue misalignment in different areas of the screen by color and area.

Two methods of registration are available: 5-point adjustment (using points in the corners and center of the screen) and more precise manual adjustment based on

54 points (in a 6 x 9 grid).

Any values you set in 5-point adjustment are retained if you subsequently perform manual adjustment. For more precise correction after 5-point adjustment, perform manual adjustment.

• Adjust zoom and lens shift as needed before using [Advanced registration].

• Performing keystone adjustment will prevent accurate adjustment with [Advanced registration]. If keystone adjustment is required, complete adjustment with [Advanced registration] first.

Registration Using 5-Point Adjustment

5-point adjustment enables basic correction of color misalignment across the screen, by moving adjustment points in each corner and the center.

1

In the [Install settings] menu, select [Professional settings] > [RGB alignment] > [Advanced registration] > [Adjust] > [5-point adjustment] >

[Adjust].

The projector enters 5-point adjustment mode, and a chart is displayed.

• Charts (point selection windows) of two different sizes are used, depending on the

[Panel drive mode] setting.

• With advanced registration, checkered or halftone image areas may be affected by uneven colors or image artifacts.

161

Advanced Projection

2

Use the [ ] / [ ] / [ ] / [ ] buttons to select the point for correction, and then press the OK button.

The projector enters color selection mode.

Press the

MENU

button to return to [Advanced registration].

3

Select [Red] or [Blue] as the color, and then press the OK button.

• Each time you select [Chart] and press the

OK

button, display switches between the chart and the source signal.

• Accessing the 5-point adjustment window during test pattern projection will show the test pattern instead of your supplied signal.

4

Use the [ ] / [ ] / [ ] / [ ] buttons to align the adjustment points.

5

6

Press the OK button to return to the window for color selection mode.

Repeat this process to align the remaining colors and adjustment points.

162

Advanced Projection

Manual Registration

Use manual adjustment to correct registration only in certain areas.

Any manual adjustment values set before switching to 5-point adjustment are cleared.

1

In the [Install settings] menu, select [Professional settings] > [RGB alignment] > [Advanced registration] > [Adjust] > [Manual adjustment].

The projector enters manual adjustment mode, and a chart is displayed.

• Charts (point selection windows) of two different sizes are used, depending on the

[Panel drive mode] setting.

• With advanced registration, checkered or halftone image areas may be affected by uneven colors or image artifacts.

2

Use the [ ] / [ ] / [ ] / [ ] buttons to select the point for correction, and then press the OK button.

The projector enters color selection mode.

Press the

MENU

button to return to [Advanced registration].

163

Advanced Projection

3

Select [Red], [Green], or [Blue] as the color, and then press the OK button.

• Each time you select [Chart] and press the

OK

button, display switches between the chart and the source signal.

• Accessing the manual adjustment window during test pattern projection will show the test pattern instead of your supplied signal.

4

Use the [ ] / [ ] / [ ] / [ ] buttons to align the adjustment points.

5

6

Press the OK button to return to the window for color selection mode.

Repeat this process to align the remaining colors and adjustment points.

Resetting Image Registration

Clears the values set in 5-point adjustment or manual adjustment.

1

In the [Install settings] menu, select [Professional settings] > [RGB alignment] > [Advanced registration] > [Adjust] > [Reset].

A confirmation message for resetting is displayed.

2

Select [OK] to reset the adjustment.

The following tasks are executed.

Values set in 5-point adjustment are cleared.

5-point adjustment is deactivated.

Values set in manual adjustment are cleared.

164

Advanced Projection

Adjusting Peripheral Focus

This feature enables focus adjustment around the edges of the screen.

Use marginal focus adjustment for curved screens, such as domes.

Use marginal focus adjustment to bring images on flat screens into focus if image edges remain warped after you adjust the overall focus.

[Marginal focus] must be set to [On] in advance. ( P113 )

Bringing Image Edges into Focus

To adjust peripheral focus, press the

FOCUS

button on the remote control or the

LENS

button on the projector.

1

Press the FOCUS button on the remote control twice to display the marginal focus adjustment window.

Remote control

Press twice.

Pressing the

LENS

button on the projector repeatedly switches between windows for lens-related parameters.

Press the

LENS

button twice to display the marginal focus adjustment window.

Projector

Press twice.

When [Marginal focus] is set to [On].

When [Marginal focus] is set to [Off].

165

Advanced Projection

2

Press the pointer buttons to adjust the focus at image edges.

Remote control Projector

Press the [ ] / [ ] / [ ] / [ ] buttons to adjust peripheral focus.

3

Once image edges are in focus, press the OK or FOCUS button.

Resetting Adjustment

Clears the values set in marginal focus adjustment.

In the [Install settings] menu, select [Professional settings] > [Marginal focus] >

[Reset] to reset the adjustment.

The following tasks are executed.

Values set in marginal focus adjustment are cleared.

[Marginal focus] is set to [Off].

Setting [Marginal focus] to [Off] will not reset the setting value for peripheral focus.

166

Other Information

Safety Instructions

Before Use

Installation Procedure

Connection Procedure

Projection Procedure

Convenient Features

Using Menus

Menu Configuration

Menu Settings

Using the Projector on a

Network

Advanced Projection

Maintenance

Product Specifications

Troubleshooting

167

Maintenance

Cleaning the Projector

Clean the projector frequently to prevent dust from settling on the surface.

A dirty lens may ruin the quality of the projected image.

Before cleaning the projector, always turn it off, unplug it after the cooling fan stops, and wait at least one hour. Otherwise, you may get burned because the main unit is very hot immediately after the projector is turned off.

Wipe the projector’s main unit softly with a soft cloth.

If the projector is heavily soiled, soak the cloth in water with a small amount of detergent in it, squeeze the cloth thoroughly, and then wipe the projector with it.

After cleaning, wipe the projector with a dry cloth.

• Never use volatile cleaning liquid or benzine, as these may damage the finish of the projector.

• When using a chemical dust cloth, make sure to read the instructions thoroughly.

• When cleaning the projector’s lens, use a commonly available air blower or lens cleaning paper. The lens surface is easily damaged, so do not use a hard cloth or tissues.

Request Internal Cleaning Regularly

Dust that accumulates over long periods without cleaning may eventually cause fire or electric shock. Once a year, request internal cleaning from the Canon Customer

Support Center. (Note that a fee is charged.) Cleaning before damp, rainy seasons is especially effective.

Cleaning the Air Filter

The air filter protects the lens and mirror inside the projector from dust and dirt.

Should the air filter become clogged with dust, the projector may be damaged since it will block the air flow into the projector and raise the internal temperature of the projector. The following screen is displayed when turning on the projector if the air filter needs to be cleaned. Clean the air filter if it is displayed.

• Only the [ ], [ ],

OK

,

POWER

,

EXIT

,

FOCUS

,

ZOOM

and

SHIFT

buttons are available while this screen is displayed. (When you press the

POWER

button, the

“Push POWER button again to turn off power.” message appears.)

• When this screen has disappeared after being displayed for 10 seconds, all buttons become operable.

168

Maintenance

Follow the procedure below when cleaning the air filter.

1

2

Turn the power of the projector off and pull out the power plug.

Hook your finger around the air filter handle on the front of the projector and remove the air filter. Use a vacuum cleaner to clean off the dust.

• Do not rinse the air filter in water. This may damage the air filter and projector.

• If the air filter cleaning screen is displayed when turning on the projector after cleaning the air filter, select [Yes] and press the

OK

button. The air filter counter is reset, and the message is no longer displayed.

• This screen is not displayed when [Air filter warning display] is set to [Off]. (

P121

) Reset

the air filter counter manually. ( P129

)

Replacing the Air Filter

Follow the procedure below when replacing the air filter.

1

Turn off the projector power and remove the power plug.

169

Maintenance

2

Pull out the filter cover tab on bottom while lifting up.

3

Open the filter cover and remove it.

4

Remove the air filter.

5

Holding the new air filter by the tab, insert the air filter in the projector.

170

Maintenance

6

Align the filter cover tab with the groove and close the filter cover.

• Handle the air filter carefully. If damaged, the air filter will not work properly.

• To purchase a replacement air filter (part no: RS-FL03), contact the Canon Customer

Support Center or visit the Canon website.

• Replace the air filter when you replace the lamp.

An air filter is included with orders of a replacement lamp (part no: RS-LP10F).

Replacing the Lamp

When the usage time of the lamp exceeds a certain amount of time, the following message (two types) is displayed for 10 seconds every time the projector is turned on.

2,700 hours to less than 3,000 hours

Prepare a new lamp when this screen is displayed.

Only the [ ], [ ],

OK

,

POWER

,

EXIT

,

FOCUS

available while this screen is displayed.

,

ZOOM

and

SHIFT

buttons are

When you press the

POWER

button, “Push POWER button again to turn off power.” message appears.

After this screen has been displayed for 10 seconds and disappeared, all buttons become operable.

This message will not be displayed again if you select [No] in response to the message “Do you want to display this message again?”.

171

Maintenance

3,000 hours or more

If a lamp replacement message is displayed, refer to “Lamp Replacement

Procedure” ( P173

).

Only the

POWER

,

OK

,

EXIT

, while this screen is displayed.

FOCUS

,

ZOOM

and

SHIFT

buttons are available

When you press the

POWER

button, the “Push POWER button again to turn off power.” message appears.

When this screen has disappeared after being displayed for 10 seconds, all buttons become operable.

You can check the usage time of the lamp in [Lamp counter] in the [System settings] menu. (

P128

)

This screen is not displayed when [Lamp warning display] is set to [Off]. (

P121

)

• Lamps are more likely to rupture once the lamp replacement message has been displayed. Replace the lamp with a new one as soon as possible.

• Lamps should be replaced about every 3,000 hours. Note that there is no guarantee about how long lamps will last.

• Useful life of lamps varies widely from lamp to lamp and depending on the environment of use. Some lamps may fail or rupture soon after they are first used.

• Dispose of used lamps in accordance with local regulations.

Replacement Lamp

This projector uses the following lamps.

Replacement Lamp and Air Filter RS-LP10F

Contact the Canon Customer Support Center when purchasing a replacement lamp.

Precautions when replacing lamps that stop working

If the illumination suddenly stops when the projector is in use or after you turn it on, the lamp may be broken. In this case, never attempt to replace the lamp by yourself. Always request service from the Canon

Customer Support Center. Additionally, with ceiling-mounted projectors, the lamp may fall out when you open the lamp cover or while you are attempting to replace it. During replacement, stand to the side of the lamp cover, not directly under it. If the lamp breaks and any glass shards or other pieces get in your eyes or mouth, consult a doctor immediately.

172

Maintenance

Before replacing the lamp, always turn off the projector, unplug it after the cooling fan stops, and wait at least one hour. Do not touch the lamp immediately after turning the projector off. It is very hot initially and poses a risk of burns.

• Be sure to use the specified lamp.

• Contact the Canon Customer Support Center for further information.

This can also be purchased from the Canon website.

• Do not touch the inner glass surface when you replace the lamp.

Doing so may cause deterioration to the projector’s performance.

• Handle lamps with care. Impact or abrasion may cause lamps to rupture while they are in use. If a lamp ruptures, contact the Canon

Customer Support Center and follow the instructions in

“Precautions when replacing lamps that stop working” ( P15 ).

• When replacing the lamp, do not remove any screws other than those specified.

Lamp Replacement Procedure

To maintain image quality, also replace the air filter when replacing the lamp.

Replace the lamp as follows.

1

2

Turn off the projector power and remove the power plug.

Loosen the lamp cover screw.

173

Maintenance

3

Hook your finger around the lamp cover handle, and open the cover in the direction of the arrow.

The lamp cover screw is attached to the lamp cover to prevent it from falling off.

4

Loosen the 3 screws on the inside of the lamp unit, and then slowly pull out the lamp unit in the direction of the arrow. Even when the screws are loosened, they will remain attached to the lamp unit.

5

6

Insert the new lamp unit all the way in, and secure it with the 3 screws.

Close the lamp cover and tighten the screw.

174

Maintenance

7

Turn on the power. Bring up the menu and select [System settings] >

[Other settings] > [Lamp counter].

8

Select [Reset] - [Yes] to reset the lamp counter.

• Replace the air filter when you replace the lamp.

An air filter is included with orders of a replacement lamp (part no: RS-LP10F).

• To purchase a replacement lamp, contact the Canon Customer Support Center or visit the Canon website.

175

Product Specifications

Displayed Test Patterns

To access the test pattern menu, from the [Install settings] menu, select [Test pattern] (

P117

) > [On], or press the

TEST PATTERN

button on the remote control.

While the test pattern is displayed, you can use the [ ] / [ ] buttons to switch patterns. Also, if there is an option pattern available, you can use the [ ] / [ ] buttons to switch pattern.

The following test patterns can be displayed.

Use [ ] / [ ] to switch patterns

Use [ ] / [ ] to switch option patterns

(1)

Color bars

(2)

Stairstep H

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

Color steps

Stairstep V

Raster 100%

(White / red / green / blue)

Raster 50%

(White / red / green / blue)

Checker

(7)

(8)

Multi

(9)

(10)

Character

Focus

Border

(11)

(12)

Cross Hatch

(13)

DICOM

176

Product Specifications

Supported Signal Types

The projector automatically projects input signals correctly from computers or AV equipment compatible with any of these signals.

HDMI (single)

1

Signal resolution

640x480

720x480

720x576

800x600

1280x720

1024x768

1366x768

1440x900

1280x1024

1920x1080(I)

1920x1080

2048x1080

2560x1080

1920x1200

2048x1200

2560x1440

2560x1600

3840x2160

4096x2160

Vertical frequency

[Hz]

59.972

23.993

23.999

24.000

25.000

30.000

50.000

60.000

23.979

23.980

60.000

24.000

50.000

59.978

60.000

59.950

59.885

59.905

60.000

59.951

24.000

25.000

30.000

50.000

60.000

59.901

59.887

60.020

50.000

50.000

60.000

24.000

50.000

60.000

59.924

59.940

59.940

50.000

60.317

24.000

50.000

60.000

60.004

59.790

60.000

Horizontal frequency

[kHz]

98.713

52.593

52.438

54.000

56.250

67.500

112.500

135.000

52.561

52.397

67.500

26.400

56.250

66.636

66.000

74.038

74.556

74.582

74.100

88.787

54.000

56.250

67.500

112.500

135.000

55.469

55.935

63.981

28.125

31.250

33.750

27.000

56.250

67.500

66.576

31.469

31.469

31.250

37.879

18.000

37.500

45.000

48.363

47.712

48.000

Dot clock

[MHz]

HDMI multi input mode

268.500

266.750

209.750

297.000

297.000

297.000

594.000

594.000

284.250

223.000

148.500

99.000

185.625

181.250

198.000

154.000

193.250

205.250

157.684

241.500

297.000

297.000

297.000

594.000

594.000

88.750

106.500

108.000

74.250

72.000

74.250

74.250

148.500

148.500

147.000

25.175

27.000

27.000

40.000

59.400

74.250

74.250

65.000

85.500

72.000

Normal, Single

Normal, Single

Normal, Single

Normal, Single

Normal, Single

Normal, Single

Normal, Single

Normal, Single

Single

Normal, Single

Normal, Single

Normal, Single

Normal, Single

Normal, Single

Normal, Single

Normal, Single

Normal, Single

Normal, Single

Normal, Single

Normal, Single

Normal, Single

Normal, Single

Normal, Single

Normal, Single

Normal, Single

Single

Normal, Single

Normal, Single

Normal, Single

Normal, Single

Normal*

3

, Single*

3

Normal*

3

, Single*

3

Normal, Single

Normal, Single

Normal, Single

Normal*

3

, Single*

3

Normal*

3

, Single*

3

FP : Front porch

SW : Sync width

BP : Back porch

Blanking information

Horizontal

FP, SW, BP

Vertical

FP, SW, BP

44, 44, 64

998, 44, 148

548, 44, 148

48, 32, 80

248, 44, 148

48, 32, 80

136, 200, 336

136, 216, 352

8, 32, 40

48, 32, 80

48, 32, 80

216, 400, 616

48, 32, 80

1276, 88, 296

1056, 88, 296

176, 88, 296

1056, 88, 296

176, 88, 296

224, 432, 656

48, 32, 80

1020, 88, 296

968, 88, 128

88, 88, 128

968, 88, 128

88, 88, 128

16, 96, 48

16, 62, 60

12, 64, 68

40, 128, 88

1760, 40, 220

440, 40, 220

110, 40, 220

24, 136, 160

70, 143, 213

14, 56, 64

48, 32, 80

80, 152, 232

48, 112, 248

528, 44, 148

32, 168, 184

88, 44, 148

638, 44, 148

528, 44, 148

88, 44, 148

48, 32, 80

3, 6, 37

3, 5, 24

3, 5, 17

8, 10, 72

8, 10, 72

8, 10, 72

8, 10, 72

8, 10, 72

3, 10, 19

3, 10, 12

4, 5, 36

4, 5, 11

4, 5, 36

3, 10, 18

4, 5, 11

3, 6, 26

3, 6, 36

3, 10, 32

21, 8, 6

3, 5, 33

8, 10, 72

8, 10, 72

8, 10, 72

8, 10, 72

8, 10, 72

10, 2, 33

9, 6, 30

5, 5, 39

1, 4, 23

5, 5, 20

5, 5, 20

5, 5, 20

3, 6, 29

3, 3, 24

1, 3, 28

3, 6, 17

3, 6, 25

1, 3, 38

4.5, 10, 30.5

45.5, 10, 114.5

4.5, 10, 30.5

4, 5, 36

4, 5, 36

4, 5, 36

3, 10, 18

177

Product Specifications

When you apply the settings in the HDMI multi input mode column, formats in corresponding rows are identified in the EDID. No information is provided in the EDID for fields that are blank, so the computer output format must be configured manually.

HDMI 1x2

1 2

FP : Front porch

SW : Sync width

BP : Back porch

Combined multi input resolution

1280x480

1440x480

1440x576

2560x720

3840x1080

3840x1080

2560x1600

3840x2160

4096x2160

3200x2400

3840x2400

Resolution at each input terminal

640x480

720x480

720x576

1280x720

1920x1080(I)

1920x1080

1280x1600

1920x2160

2048x2160

1600x2400

1920x2400

Horizontal frequency

[kHz]

Vertical frequency

[Hz]

Dot clock

[MHz]

HDMI multi input mode

31.469

31.469

31.250

37.500

45.000

28.125

33.750

59.940

59.940

50.000

50.000

60.000

50.000

60.000

25.175

27.000

27.000

74.250

74.250

74.250

74.250

Normal, 1x2

Normal, 1x2

Normal, 1x2

Normal, 1x2

Normal, 1x2

Normal, 1x2

Normal, 1x2

67.500

98.611

60.000

59.910

148.500

142.000

Normal, 1x2

1x2

52.404

23.983

109.000

54.000 24.000 148.500 1x2*

2

112.500

133.293

50.000

59.988

297.000

277.250

1x2

Normal, 1x2 135.000

133.320

52.515

52.423

60.000

60.000

23.957

23.992

297.000

266.640

142.000

115.750

54.000

112.500

133.265

133.320

24.000

50.000

59.975

60.000

148.500

297.000

294.250

283.704

1x2

1x2

135.000 60.000 297.000 Normal, 1x2

148.011 59.948 260.500 1x2*

1

148.140

60.000

296.280

Blanking information

Horizontal

FP, SW, BP

Vertical

FP, SW, BP

16, 96, 48

16, 62, 60

12, 64, 68

440, 40, 220

110, 40, 220

528, 44, 148

88, 44, 148

88, 44, 148

48, 32, 80

48, 32, 80

638, 44, 148

528, 44, 148

48, 32, 80

88, 44, 148

8, 32, 40

112, 216, 328

48, 32, 80

510, 44, 148

484, 44, 64

48, 32, 80

8, 32, 40

44, 44, 64

48, 32, 80

8, 32, 40

10, 2, 33

9, 6, 30

5, 5, 39

5, 5, 20

5, 5, 20

4.5, 10, 30.5

4.5, 10, 30.5

4, 5, 36

3, 10, 33

3, 10, 12

8, 10, 72

8, 10, 72

3, 10, 49

8, 10, 72

48, 8, 6

3, 10, 19

3, 10, 12

8, 10, 72

8, 10, 72

3, 10, 49

48, 8, 6

8, 10, 72

3, 10, 56

55, 8, 6

When you apply the settings in the HDMI multi input mode column, formats in corresponding rows are identified in the EDID. No information is provided in the EDID for fields that are blank, so the computer output format must be configured manually.

DVI (single)

1

Signal resolution

640x480

800x600

1280x720

1024x768

1366x768

1440x900

1280x1024

1920x1080

2048x1080

Horizontal frequency

[kHz]

31.469

37.879

45.000

48.363

47.712

48.000

55.469

55.935

63.981

27.000

67.500

66.576

67.500

Vertical frequency

[Hz]

59.940

60.317

60.000

60.004

59.790

60.000

59.901

59.887

60.020

24.000

60.000

59.924

60.000

Dot clock

[MHz]

25.175

40.000

74.250

65.000

85.500

72.000

88.750

106.500

108.000

74.250

148.500

147.000

148.500

DVI multi input mode

Normal, Single

Normal, Single

Normal, Single

Normal, Single

Single

Normal, Single

Normal, Single

Normal, Single

Normal, Single

Normal, Single

Normal, Single

FP : Front porch

SW : Sync width

BP : Back porch

Blanking information

Horizontal

FP, SW, BP

Vertical

FP, SW, BP

16, 96, 48

40, 128, 88

110, 40, 220

24, 136, 160

70, 143, 213

14, 56, 64

48, 32, 80

80, 152, 232

48, 112, 248

638, 44, 148

88, 44, 148

48, 32, 80

44, 44, 64

10, 2, 33

1, 4, 23

5, 5, 20

3, 6, 29

3, 3, 24

1, 3, 28

3, 6, 17

3, 6, 25

1, 3, 38

4, 5, 36

4, 5, 36

3, 10, 18

4, 5, 36

178

Product Specifications

Signal resolution

2560x1080

1920x1200

2048x1200

2560x1440

3840x2160

4096x2160

Horizontal frequency

[kHz]

66.636

66.000

74.038

74.556

74.049

88.787

52.438

52.397

Vertical frequency

[Hz]

59.978

60.000

59.950

59.885

59.959

59.951

23.999

23.980

Dot clock

[MHz]

181.250

198.000

154.000

193.250

163.500

241.500

209.750

223.000

DVI multi input mode

Single

Normal, Single

Normal, Single

Normal, Single

Single

Single

Blanking information

Horizontal

FP, SW, BP

48, 32, 80

Vertical

FP, SW, BP

3, 10, 18

248, 44, 148

48, 32, 80

136, 200, 336

48, 32, 80

48, 32, 80

48, 32, 80

48, 32, 80

4, 5, 11

3, 6, 26

3, 6, 36

3, 10, 22

3, 5, 33

3, 5, 17

3, 10, 12

When you apply the settings in the DVI multi input mode column, formats in corresponding rows are identified in the EDID. No information is provided in the EDID for fields that are blank, so the computer output format must be configured manually.

DVI 1x2

1 3

FP : Front porch

SW : Sync width

BP : Back porch

Combined multi input resolution

2560x1080

2560x1440

2560x1600

3840x2160

4096x2160

Resolution at each input terminal

1280x1080

1280x1440

1280x1600

1920x2160

2048x2160

Horizontal frequency

[kHz]

Vertical frequency

[Hz]

Dot clock

[MHz]

DVI multi input mode

66.493 59.850 95.750

88.715 59.902 127.750

98.611

52.512

59.910

23.956

142.000

132.750

1x2

1x2

Normal, 1x2

52.404

23.983

109.000

Normal*

2

, 1x2

1x2 67.500

52.515

52.423

30.000

23.957

23.992

148.500

142.000

115.750

67.500

30.000

148.500

Normal*

2

, 1x2

1x2

Blanking information

Horizontal

FP, SW, BP

Vertical

FP, SW, BP

48, 32, 80

48, 32, 80

104, 200, 304

48, 32, 80

638, 44, 148

88, 44, 148

112, 216, 328

48, 32, 80

510, 44, 148

44, 44, 64

3, 10, 28

3, 10, 33

3, 10, 19

3, 10, 12

8, 10, 72

8, 10, 72

3, 10, 19

3, 10, 12

8, 10, 72

8, 10, 72

When you apply the settings in the DVI multi input mode column, formats in corresponding rows are identified in the EDID. No information is provided in the EDID for fields that are blank, so the computer output format must be configured manually.

DVI 2x2

1 3

2 4

Combined multi input resolution

Resolution at each input terminal

3840x2160

4096x2160

1920x1080

2048x1080

Horizontal frequency

[kHz]

27.000

33.750

66.587

67.158

67.500

27.000

33.750

66.576

67.160

67.500

Vertical frequency

[Hz]

24.000

30.000

59.934

59.963

60.000

24.000

30.000

59.924

59.964

60.000

Dot clock

[MHz]

74.250

74.250

138.500

173.000

148.500

74.250

74.250

147.000

183.750

148.500

4096x2304 2048x1152

DVI multi input mode

Normal, 2x2

Normal, 2x2

Normal, 2x2

Normal, 2x2

Normal, 2x2

2x2*

2x2*

2x2

2

2

Normal, 2x2

Normal*

1

, 2x2*

1

Normal*

1

, 2x2*

1

Normal*

1

, 2x2*

1

FP : Front porch

SW : Sync width

BP : Back porch

Blanking information

Horizontal

FP, SW, BP

Vertical

FP, SW, BP

638, 44, 148

88, 44, 148

48, 32, 80

128, 200, 328

88, 44, 148

594, 44, 64

44, 44, 64

48, 32, 80

128, 216, 344

44, 44, 64

48, 32, 80

136, 216, 352

26, 80, 96

4, 5, 36

4, 5, 36

3, 5, 23

3, 5, 32

4, 5, 36

4, 5, 36

4, 5, 36

3, 10, 18

3, 10, 27

4, 5, 36

3, 5, 25

3, 5, 35

1, 3, 44

179

Product Specifications

Combined multi input resolution

3200x2400

3840x2400

4096x2400

Resolution at each input terminal

1600x1200

1920x1200

2048x1200

Horizontal frequency

[kHz]

Vertical frequency

[Hz]

Dot clock

[MHz]

DVI multi input mode

74.006 59.924 130.250 2x2*

1

75.000 60.000 162.000 2x2*

1

74.582

59.905

205.250

Blanking information

Horizontal

FP, SW, BP

Vertical

FP, SW, BP

48, 32, 80

64, 192, 304

136, 200, 336

48, 32, 80

136, 216, 352

48, 32, 80

3, 4, 28

1, 3, 46

3, 6, 36

3, 6, 26

3, 10, 32

3, 10, 22

When you apply the settings in the DVI multi input mode column, formats in corresponding rows are identified in the EDID. No information is provided in the EDID for fields that are blank, so the computer output format must be configured manually.

DVI 1x4

1 2 3 4

FP : Front porch

SW : Sync width

BP : Back porch

Combined multi input resolution

3840x2160

4096x2160

4096x2304

3840x2400

4096x2400

Resolution at each input terminal

960x2160

1024x2160

1024x2304

960x2400

1024x2400

Horizontal frequency

[kHz]

Vertical frequency

[Hz]

Dot clock

[MHz]

DVI multi input mode

134.036

59.918

178.000

133.259 59.973 149.250 1x4*

2

133.319

135.000

60.000

60.000

138.652

148.500 Normal, 1x4

134.055

59.926

188.750

133.235 59.962 157.750 1x4*

2

133.320

60.000

147.185

135.000 60.000 148.500 Normal, 1x4

142.103 59.959 168.250 1x4*

1

143.111

59.979

201.500

142.199 60.000 156.988 1x4*

1

147.991 59.940 165.750 1x4*

1

149.096

59.974

198.000

Normal*

1

, 1x4*

1

148.970

59.924

209.750

148.015 59.949 175.250 1x4*

1

Normal*

1

, 1x4*

1

Blanking information

Horizontal

FP, SW, BP

Vertical

FP, SW, BP

80, 104, 184

48, 32, 80

8, 32, 40

44, 22, 74

80, 112, 192

48, 32, 80

8, 32, 40

22, 22, 32

48, 32, 80

80, 112, 192

8, 32, 40

48, 32, 80

80, 104, 184

8, 32, 40

80, 112, 192

48, 32, 80

8, 32, 40

3, 10, 64

3, 10, 49

48, 8, 6

8, 10, 72

3, 10, 64

3, 10, 49

48, 8, 6

8, 10, 72

3, 10, 53

3, 10, 69

52, 8, 6

3, 10, 56

3, 10, 73

55, 8, 6

3, 10, 73

3, 10, 56

55, 8, 6

When you apply the settings in the DVI multi input mode column, formats in corresponding rows are identified in the EDID. No information is provided in the EDID for fields that are blank, so the computer output format must be configured manually.

Active video

FP

Blanking interval

SW BP

Active video

Video signal

Sync signal

*1 Only when [Panel drive mode] is set to [4096x2400].

*2 Only when [Panel drive mode] is set to [4096x2160].

*3 Only YCbCr 4:2:0 is supported when [HDMI-1(2) EDID] is set to [9Gbps]. (RGB, YCbCr 4:4:4, and

YCbCr 4:2:2 are not supported.)

180

Product Specifications

Specifications

Projector

Model name

Display system

Optical system

Type / No. of panels

Size / Aspect ratio

4K501ST

RGB liquid crystal system: reflective (LCOS) : 3 panels

Color separation by dichroic mirror / polarizing beam splitter and color composition by prism

Reflective liquid crystal panel (LCOS) / 3 panels

0.76'' / 128:75 (approx. 17:10)

Number dots

Drive system

Zoom ratio

Focus

Lens shift

Focal length

F number

Light source

Image size (projection distance)

Number of colors

Brightness*

1 mode)

*

2

(in presentation

Contrast ratio*

2

(When [Close

3] is selected in [Iris].)

Ratio of brightness at periphery to center*

2

Speaker

Maximum input resolution

HDMI input

Digital PC input

HDMI

(single)

HDMI

1 x 2

DVI

(single)

DVI 1 x 2

DVI 2 x 2

DVI 1 x 4

9,830,400 (4096 x 2400)

Active matrix system

1.3x (motorized)

Motorized

V: ±60% (motorized) H: ±10% (motorized) f = 17.2 – 22.3 mm

F2.6

400 W / 300 W (Lamp mode Full power / Power saver)

40'' to 600''

(0.9 m to 17.7 m / 3.0' to 58.1')

16,770,000 colors (full color)

5000 lumen

3000:1 (Fully white:fully black, presentation mode)

88%

5W, monaural

4096 x 2400

640 x 480, 720 x 480, 720 x 576, 800 x 600, 1280 x 720,

1024 x 768, 1366 x 768, 1440 x 900, 1280 x 1024, 1920 x

1080, 2048 x 1080, 2560 x 1080, 1920 x 1200, 2048 x 1200,

2560 x 1440, 2560 x 1600, 3840 x 2160, 4096 x 2160

1280 x 480, 1440 x 480, 1440 x 576, 2560 x 720, 3840 x 1080,

2560 x 1600, 3840 x 2160, 4096 x 2160, 3200 x 2400*

4

, 3840 x

2400*

5

640 x 480, 800 x 600, 1280 x 720, 1024 x 768, 1366 x 768,

1440 x 900, 1280 x 1024, 1920 x 1080, 2048 x 1080, 2560 x

1080, 1920 x 1200, 2048 x 1200, 2560 x 1440, 3840 x 2160*

3

,

4096 x 2160*

3

*

5

2560 x 1080, 2560 x 1440, 2560 x 1600, 3840 x 2160*

3

,

4096 x 2160*

3

3840 x 2160, 4096 x 2160, 4096 x 2304*

4

, 3200 x 2400*

4

3840 x 2400*

4

, 4096 x 2400*

4

,

3840 x 2160, 4096 x 2160, 4096 x 2304*

4

, 3840 x 2400*

4

4096 x 2400*

4

,

181

Product Specifications

Model name

DVI-D terminal

HDMI terminal

LAN port

USB port

CONTROL port

REMOTE terminal

AUDIO IN terminal

AUDIO OUT terminal

Digital PC

4K501ST

Digital PC (29-pin DVI connector)

Digital PC, Digital video

Network connection (RJ-45) 10BASE-T / 100BASE-TX /

1000BASE-T

USB Type A

RS-232C (D-sub 9-pin)

Wired remote control (3.5ø stereo mini jack)

Audio signal (3.5ø stereo mini jack)

Audio signal (3.5ø stereo mini jack)

TMDS (Transition Minimized Differential Signaling)

Audio

Noise

Operating temperature

Power supply

Full power

Power saver

Networking off

Impedance = 47k

Ω

or more

39 / 34dB (Lamp mode: Full power/Power saver)

0°C (32°F) - 40°C (104°F)

AC 100 V - 240 V 50 / 60Hz

600 W

475 W

0.4 W

Low-power networking on

0.8 W

Dimensions

470 mm (W) x 175 mm (H) x 533.5 mm (D) /

18.5 (W) x 6.9 (H) x 21.0 (D) in (including the projection)

Mass 18 kg / 39.7 lbs

Accessories

Remote control, remote control dry-cell batteries, power cord, lens cap, Important Information, User’s Manual (CD-ROM) and Warranty Card

*

1

*

2

*

3

*

4

*

5

With [Lamp mode] set to [Full power] and [Panel drive mode] set to [4096x2400]

Compliance with ISO21118-2012

Only low frequencies (24-30 Hz) supported

Only supported when [Panel drive mode] is set to [4096x2400]

EDID not supported

* 99.99% or more of the LCD panel pixels are effective. During projection, 0.01% or less of pixels may stay lit or unlit due to the characteristics of the LCD panel.

* Using the projector continuously for an extended period of time may accelerate the deterioration of optical parts.

* Product specifications and appearance are subject to change without notice.

182

Product Specifications

Remote Control

Model number

Power supply

Operating range

Dimensions

Weight

RS-RC05

DC 3.0V, using two AA-size batteries

Approx. 8 m / 26.2' ±25° horizontal and vertical (to infrared remote receiver)

51 mm (W) x 28 mm (H) x 176 mm (D) /

2.0 (W) x 1.1 (H) x 6.9 (D) in

100 g / 3.5 oz

External View

4K501ST

111.6 mm (4.4")

470 mm (18.5")

515 mm (20.3")

533.5 mm (21.0")

183

Product Specifications

Service Port (CONTROL)

Pin assignment

Pin No.

1

2

3

6

7

4

5

8

9

OPEN

Signal

RxD

TxD

OPEN

GND

OPEN

Internal pull-up

OPEN

OPEN

Communication format

Communication mode : RS-232C, asynchronous, half-duplex communication

Communication speed : 19200bps

Character length : 8 bits

Stop bits

Parity

Flow control

: 1/2 bits

: None

: None

184

Product Specifications

Main user commands

Commands

Power on

Power supply

Power off

Power status acquisition

Input source

Input source acquisition

Image Mode

Image mode acquisition

HDMI-1

HDMI-2

HDMI 1x2

DVI-1

DVI-2

DVI-3

DVI-4

DVI 1x2

DVI 2x2

DVI 1x4

Standard

Presentation

Photo/sRGB

DICOM SIM

Dynamic

Video

User 1

User 2

User 3

ASCII representation

POWER=ON<CR>

POWER=OFF<CR>

GET=POWER<CR>

INPUT=HDMI1<CR>

INPUT=HDMI2<CR>

INPUT=HDMI1X2<CR>

INPUT=D-RGB1<CR>

INPUT=D-RGB2<CR>

INPUT=D-RGB3<CR>

INPUT=D-RGB4<CR>

INPUT=D-RGB1X2<CR>

INPUT=D-RGB2X2<CR>

INPUT=D-RGB1X4<CR>

GET=INPUT<CR>

IMAGE=STANDARD<CR>

IMAGE=PRESENTATION<CR>

IMAGE=PHOTO_SRGB<CR>

IMAGE=DCM_SIM<CR>

IMAGE=DYNAMIC<CR>

IMAGE=VIDEO<CR>

IMAGE=USER_1<CR>

IMAGE=USER_2<CR>

IMAGE=USER_3<CR>

GET=IMAGE<CR>

Binary representation

50h 4Fh 57h 45h 52h 3Dh 4Fh 4Eh 0Dh

50h 4Fh 57h 45h 52h 3Dh 4Fh 46h 46h

0Dh

47h 45h 54h 3Dh 50h 4Fh 57h 45h 52h

0Dh

49h 4Eh 50h 55h 54h 3Dh 48h 44h 4Dh

49h 31h 0Dh

49h 4Eh 50h 55h 54h 3Dh 48h 44h 4Dh

49h 32h 0Dh

49h 4Eh 50h 55h 54h 3Dh 48h 44h 4Dh

49h 31h 58h 32h 0Dh

49h 4Eh 50h 55h 54h 3Dh 44h 2Dh 52h

47h 42h 31h 0Dh

49h 4Eh 50h 55h 54h 3Dh 44h 2Dh 52h

47h 42h 32h 0Dh

49h 4Eh 50h 55h 54h 3Dh 44h 2Dh 52h

47h 42h 33h 0Dh

49h 4Eh 50h 55h 54h 3Dh 44h 2Dh 52h

47h 42h 34h 0Dh

49h 4Eh 50h 55h 54h 3Dh 44h 2Dh 52h

47h 42h 31h 58h 32h 0Dh

49h 4Eh 50h 55h 54h 3Dh 44h 2Dh 52h

47h 42h 32h 58h 32h 0Dh

49h 4Eh 50h 55h 54h 3Dh 44h 2Dh 52h

47h 42h 31h 58h 34h 0Dh

47h 45h 54h 3Dh 49h 4Eh 50h 55h 54h

0Dh

49h 4Dh 41h 47h 45h 3Dh 53h 54h 41h

4Eh 44h 41h 52h 44h 0Dh

49h 4Dh 41h 47h 45h 3Dh 50h 52h 45h

53h 45h 4Eh 54h 41h 54h 49h 4Fh 4Eh

0Dh

49h 4Dh 41h 47h 45h 3Dh 50h 48h 4Fh

54h 4Fh 5Fh 53h 52h 47h 42h 0Dh

49h 4Dh 41h 47h 45h 3Dh 44h 43h 4Dh

5Fh 53h 49h 4Dh 0Dh

49h 4Dh 41h 47h 45h 3Dh 44h 59h 4Eh

41h 4Dh 49h 43h 0Dh

49h 4Dh 41h 47h 45h 3Dh 56h 49h 44h

45h 4Fh 0Dh

49h 4Dh 41h 47h 45h 3Dh 55h 53h 45h

52h 5Fh 31h 0Dh

49h 4Dh 41h 47h 45h 3Dh 55h 53h 45h

52h 5Fh 32h 0Dh

49h 4Dh 41h 47h 45h 3Dh 55h 53h 45h

52h 5Fh 33h 0Dh

47h 45h 54h 3Dh 49h 4Dh 41h 47h 45h

0Dh

Brightness

Brightness value setting

BRI=<value>CR 42h 52h 49h 3Dh <numeric code> 0Dh

185

Product Specifications

Commands

Brightness acquisition

Sharpness

Sharpness value setting

Sharpness acquisition

Contrast

ASCII representation

GET=BRI<CR>

SHARP=<value><CR>

GET=SHARP<CR>

Contrast value setting

CONT=<value><CR>

Contrast acquisition

GET=CONT<CR>

Auto ASPECT=AUTO<CR>

Aspect

True size ASPECT=TRUE<CR>

Aspect value acquisition

GET=ASPECT<CR>

Lamp mode

Full power

Power saver

LAMP=FULL<CR>

LAMP=ECO<CR>

Lamp mode value acquisition

GET=LAMP<CR>

Blank

Blank On

Blank Off

BLANK=ON<CR>

BLANK=OFF<CR>

Blank acquisition

GET=BLANK<CR>

Binary representation

47h 45h 54h 3Dh 42h 52h 49h 0Dh

53h 48h 41h 52h 50h 3Dh <numeric code> 0Dh

47h 45h 54h 3Dh 53h 48h 41h 52h 50h

0Dh

43h 4Fh 4Eh 54h 3Dh <numeric code>

0Dh

47h 45h 54h 3Dh 43h 4Fh 4Eh 54h 0Dh

41h 53h 50h 45h 43h 54h 3Dh 41h 55h

54h 4Fh 0Dh

41h 53h 50h 45h 43h 54h 3Dh 54h 52h

55h 45h 0Dh

47h 45h 54h 3Dh 41h 53h 50h 45h 43h

54h 0Dh

4Ch 41h 4Dh 50h 3Dh 46h 55h 4Ch 4Ch

0Dh

4Ch 41h 4Dh 50h 3Dh 45h 43h 4Fh 0Dh

47h 45h 54h 3Dh 4Ch 41h 4Dh 50h 0Dh

42h 4Ch 41h 4Eh 4Bh 3Dh 4Fh 4Eh 0Dh

42h 4Ch 41h 4Eh 4Bh 3Dh 4Fh 46h 46h

0Dh

47h 45h 54h 3Dh 42h 4Ch 41h 4Eh 4Bh

0Dh

186

Troubleshooting

LED Indicator Details

When there is a problem with the projector, the LED indicator on the side of the projector illuminates or flashes continuously after the projector is turned off.

• Wait until the cooling fan stops and disconnect the power plug from the electrical outlet before dealing with the problem.

LED indicator status

WARNING and

TEMP are lit.

WARNING and

LAMP are lit.

WARNING

(only) flashes

3 times repeatedly.

WARNING flashes 3 times,

LAMP is lit.

WARNING

(only) flashes

4 times repeatedly.

Meaning

Temperature abnormality

Faulty lamp

Filter error

Faulty lamp cover

Faulty cooling fan

Cause and countermeasure

The temperature inside the projector is too high for some reason or the outside air temperature is higher than the operating range. If the problem is inside the projector, check whether the projector is installed and operating normally, unplug the projector from the power outlet to cool down the projector interior and then restart projection. If the air intake or exhaust vent is blocked, remove the obstacle. If the air filter is clogged, clean or replace it. (

P168

, P169 ) If the same warning occurs again,

there may be a malfunction in the projector.

Contact the Canon Customer Support Center.

The lamp does not illuminate. If the lamp does not illuminate, replace it. If the same warning occurs again, there may be a malfunction in the lamp drive circuit. Contact the Canon Customer

Support Center.

The air filter is not installed. Check whether or not the air filter is installed correctly. Contact the

Canon Customer Support Center if the same warning occurs again.

The lamp cover is open. Unplug the projector from the power outlet, then install the lamp cover correctly and turn on the projector again.

If the lamp cover has been installed properly, there may be a malfunction in the lamp cover detection switch. Contact the Canon Customer

Support Center.

There may be a malfunction in the cooling fan or another component. Unplug the projector from the electrical outlet, then plug it back into the outlet and turn on the projector again. Contact the Canon Customer Support Center if the same warning occurs again.

187

Troubleshooting

LED indicator status

WARNING

(only) flashes

5 times repeatedly.

Meaning Cause and countermeasure

Faulty power supply

Abnormal voltage is applied to some parts in the power supply or another failure may have occurred. Unplug the projector from the electrical outlet, then plug it back into the outlet and turn on the projector again. Contact the Canon Customer

Support Center if the same warning occurs again.

Symptoms and Solutions

You Cannot Turn on the Projector

Cause

The power cord is not connected correctly.

The power cord has just been connected.

The lamp cover is open.

The safety device is activated because the air intake or the exhaust vent is blocked and the internal temperature of the projector has increased.

The air filter is not installed correctly.

Key lock is enabled.

Countermeasure

Check whether the power cord is connected correctly. (

P59 )

Wait at least one second after plugging the projector in until you press the

POWER

button. You cannot turn the projector on immediately after plugging it in.

( P60 )

Unplug the projector from the power outlet, then install the lamp cover correctly and turn on the projector again.

When the safety device is active, the [POWER] indicator does not turn on when you connect the power cord. You cannot disable this safety device.

Remove any obstacle that is blocking the air intake or exhaust vent and contact the Canon Customer

Support Center.

Check whether the air filter is installed correctly.

( P169 )

Check that Key lock (

P122

) is not enabled for the projector or the remote control.

188

Troubleshooting

You Cannot Project an Image from the Projector

Cause

A cable is not connected correctly.

20 seconds have not elapsed since the projector was turned on.

Countermeasure

Check whether the projector is connected to the computer or AV equipment correctly. (

P52

, P53 )

In addition, HDMI input may not work properly for some playback equipment. If this occurs, reconnect the equipment to the HDMI-1 terminal and select the

input. ( P52 ,

P53

, P110

)

When the projector is turned on, the opening window is displayed for approximately 20 seconds. To project an image immediately, press the

OK

button on the remote control or side control. (

P27

, P31 )

Check whether an image is played on the connected video camcorder, DVD, etc.

Check whether the AV equipment is connected to the projector input terminal correctly. (

P30

)

No image is sent from the AV equipment.

Connection with the input terminal has not been performed correctly.

No input signal type has been selected for the connected AV equipment.

The input signal type is incorrect.

The BLANK function has been selected.

No image is projected due to a problem with the computer.

The external monitor output is not set on the notebook computer correctly.

Check that the same input signal has been correctly selected for the connected AV equipment from the

[INPUT] menu. (

P63

)

Check whether the selected input signal type is correct. (

P63

, P177 )

Press the

BLANK

button on the remote control.

( P80 )

Turn first the projector and then the computer off and then back on again.

Turn on the external monitor output on the notebook computer. To turn on the external monitor output, press the [LCD] or [VGA] function key or a key with an icon for the external monitor, while holding down the [Fn] key on the keyboard of the notebook computer. With Windows 10 / Windows 8.1 /

Windows 8 / Windows 7, you can turn on image output by holding down the Windows logo key and

pressing the [P] key. ( P62

)

The combination of keys used to perform this operation varies depending on the model of notebook computer. For more detailed information, refer to the manual that came with your computer.

189

Troubleshooting

Cause

The displayed image is not the same as that displayed on the computer.

Countermeasure

Check whether the dual screen (multi-display) mode is selected on the computer. If dual screen mode is selected, change the computer display output to mirroring mode.

The output setting method varies among computer manufacturers. For more detailed information, refer to the manual that came with your computer.

There is no Sound

Cause

The audio cable is not connected correctly.

The MUTE function is enabled.

The volume level is adjusted to the minimum.

An audio cable with a built-in resistor is used.

Audio in terminal select is [Off].

Countermeasure

Check the audio cable connection. (

P52

, P53 )

Press the

MUTE

button on the remote control. ( P32

)

Press the

VOL

button on the remote control or the

VOL+

button on the side control to adjust the volume

level. ( P27 ,

P32

)

Use an audio cable without a built-in resistor.

Change the Audio In terminal to the appropriate

setting. ( P123 )

The Projected Image Is Blurred

Cause

The image is out of focus.

The distance to the screen is too short.

The projector is not placed straight in front of the screen.

The projector has been moved to a place where the temperature varies a lot.

The lens is stained.

Video is blurred.

Motion blur reduction is not available.

Countermeasure

Adjust the focus. (

P67

)

Check whether the distance to the screen is appropriate. (

P49

)

Check whether the projector is placed obliquely to the screen. A slight error in the projection angle can be corrected through the keystone adjustment

function. ( P73 )

When the projector is moved from a location where the temperature is low to a location where the temperature is high, condensation may form on the lens. The condensation will evaporate after a period of time and the projector will be able to project a normal image.

Clean the lens. (

P168

)

Activate motion blur reduction. (

P125

)

Motion blur reduction is not available in DICOM SIM image mode.

190

Troubleshooting

You Cannot Project an Image Appropriately

Cause

The projected image is inverted in the vertical or horizontal direction.

A computer cable is used in which some pins are not connected.

Countermeasure

The ceiling mounted / rear projection setting is incorrect. Check the [Image flip H/V] setting in the

[Install settings] menu. (

P108

)

Use a computer cable in which all pins are connected.

The Projector Power Turns Off

Cause

The air intake or exhaust vent is blocked.

The air filter is dirty.

The lamp has ruptured

(or there is a lamp malfunction).

The operating environment is inappropriate.

Countermeasure

Check whether the air intake or exhaust vent is blocked. If the air intake or exhaust vent is blocked, the temperature inside the projector will increase and the power is automatically turned off to protect the projector. (The [WARNING] indicator and [TEMP] indicator are lit.) Wait until the projector temperature drops, then make sure that the intake and exhaust

vents are not blocked and turn on the projector. ( P26

,

P60

)

Check whether the air filter is clogged with dust.

If the air filter is clogged, clean or replace the air filter.

( P168 ,

P169

)

If the lamp has ruptured, follow the instructions in

“Precautions when replacing lamps that stop working” ( P15 ).

Check whether the operating temperature is between

0°C (32°F) and 40°C (104°F). (

P19

)

Projector settings must be adjusted when using the projector at altitudes of 2,300 m (7,545.8') or higher.

In the [Install settings] menu, set [High altitude] under

[Professional settings] to [On]. (

P112

)

The Projector Cannot Join the Network

Cause

The LAN cable (shielded twisted pair) is not connected correctly.

The projector has not been on long enough

(less than about 40 seconds).

Countermeasure

Check whether the LAN cable (shielded twisted pair)

is connected to the projector correctly. ( P130 )

Network connections are not available until about 40 seconds after startup. Wait at least 40 seconds, and then try to connect again. (

P143

)

191

Troubleshooting

You Cannot Operate the Remote Control

Cause

Batteries are not installed properly or they have run out.

You are operating the remote control from the outside of the remote control operating range.

There is an obstacle between the projector and the remote control.

Countermeasure

Check whether batteries are installed correctly. If batteries are installed correctly, replace them with new batteries. (

P33 )

Check whether you are operating the remote control within the remote control operating range of the main unit of the projector. (

P34 )

Remove the obstacle between the infrared remote receiver of the main unit of the projector and the remote control or point the remote control in an obstacle-free path.

Check whether the infrared remote receiver of the main unit of the projector is exposed to direct sunlight

or strong light of lighting apparatus. ( P34

)

You are operating the remote control in an unsuitable operating environment.

The channel setting of the remote control does not match the setting of the projector.

The key lock function is preventing operation of the remote control.

Check whether the channel setting of the remote control has been changed. You can check the

[Remote control channel] setting in the [System settings] menu. (

P123

)

Check whether [Key lock] is enabled to disable the remote control operation.

In the [System settings] menu, set [Key lock] to [Off].

( P122 )

192

Index

Numerics

6-axis color adjust ........................... 104

G

Gamma ...........................................101

A

Adjusting keystone distortion ............ 73

Air filter.............................. 26, 168, 169

Ambient light ................................... 103

AMX Device Discovery ................... 137

ASPECT............................................ 72

Aspect ............................................... 72

AUDIO IN terminal ............................ 30

AUDIO OUT terminal ........................ 30

Auto (Aspect) .................................... 72

B

BLANK .............................................. 80

Brightness ....................................... 101

H

HDMI terminal .......................30, 52, 53

I

IMAGE...............................................77

Image adjustment........................84, 99

Image mode (Image quality) .............76

Information ................................84, 138

INPUT ...............................................63

Input signal select .............................63

Input terminal ....................................30

Connecting to AV equipment

...........53

K

Key lock...........................................122

KEYSTONE.......................................73

Keystone ...........................................73

C

Ceiling mounted .................. 37, 38, 108

Contrast .......................................... 101

Corner Adjustment ............................ 74

Crestron RoomView........................ 137

D

Digital PC / DVI-D terminal ............... 30

Direct power on............................... 125

Display resolution (Preparing the computer) ....................................... 65

Dynamic gamma ............................. 104

E

Edge blending ..................... 4, 113, 157

Effect of ambient light ..................... 103

L

Lamp mode .....................................105

Lamp replacement ..................171, 173

LAN port ............................................30

Language ........................................126

LED indicator.............................28, 187

Lens shift .....................................50, 70

M

Memory color correction..................104

MENU................................................84

Menu .................................................84

Multi input..................................54, 109

F

FREEZE............................................ 80

N

Network password...........................132

Network settings........................84, 130

Noise reduction ...............................103

193

Index

O

OK............................................... 27, 31

Optical zoom ..................................... 68

P

Password ................................ 127, 128

PJLink ..................................... 136, 151

POWER ...................................... 60, 79

Projecting from Multiple Projectors at

Once (Edge Blending) .................. 157

Projector on..................................... 119

R

Rear projection.......................... 37, 108

Remote control.............. 31, 32, 33, 123

Reset................................. 75, 105, 129

S

Screen color.................................... 116

Selecting a language ................ 61, 126

Setting display status .................. 84, 95

Sharpness....................................... 101

Side control ....................................... 27

Signal type ...................................... 177

Super white ....................................... 96

System settings......................... 84, 118

T

Test pattern ..................................... 176

True size (Aspect)............................. 72

Turning on external monitor output ... 62

U

USB port ........................................... 30

W

WARNING indicator .................. 28, 187

194

Option

Ceiling attachment

Part No.: RS-CL15

Ceiling-mount pipe

(400 - 600 mm / 15.7 - 23.6 in)

Part No.: RS-CL08*

Ceiling-mount pipe

(600 - 1000 mm / 23.6 - 39.4 in)

Part No.: RS-CL09*

Air filter

Part No.: RS-FL03

Lamp assembly with replacement air filter

Part No.: RS-LP10F

Remote control

Part No.: RS-RC05

Remote control

Part No.: RS-RC04

* Use the above materials to hang the projector from the ceiling.

195

CANON INC.

30-2, Shimomaruko 3-chome, Ohta-ku, Tokyo 146-8501, Japan

CANON U.S.A. INC.

One Canon Park, Melville, New York 11747, U.S.A.

For all inquires concerning this product, call toll free in the U.S. 1-800-OK-CANON

CANON EUROPE LTD.

3 The Square, Stockley Park, Uxbridge, Middlesex, UB11 1ET United Kingdom

CANON EUROPA N.V.

Bovenkerkerweg 59, 1185 XB Amstelveen, The Netherlands

YT1-7497-000 ©CANON INC.2016

Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertisement

Table of contents