Hitachi CP-X960W, CPX960 User manual

Hitachi CP-X960W, CPX960 User manual
Liquid Crystal Projector
Model
CP-X960W/E
USER’S GUIDE
Thank you for purchasing the Hitachi liquid crystal projector. Please read this user’s manual
thoroughly to ensure correct usage through understanding. After reading, store this instruction
manual in a safe place for future reference.
Outline
This liquid crystal projector is used to project
various computer signals as well as
NTSC/PAL/SECAM video signals onto a
screen. Little space is required for installation
and large images can easily be realized.
Features
(1) Outstanding brightness
The UHB lamp and high-efficiency optical
system assure a high level of brightness.
(2) Partial magnification function
Interesting parts of images can be magnified for
closer viewing.
(3) Distortion correction function
Distortion-free images are quickly available.
(4) Power zoom and power focus.
(5) P in P function
(6) USB jack
Contents
Page
Before Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Checking the package Contents . . . . . . . . 8
Names and functions of each part . . . . . . 8
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Basic operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Adjustments and functions . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Connection to the vido signal
terminals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Connection to the RGB signal
terminal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Connecting to the USB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Connection to the CONTROL signal
terminal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Example of system setup . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Cleaning the air filter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Lamp
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Message table. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
When you think something wrong. . . . . . 33
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
About the warranty and
after-service . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
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Before Use
<Before Using>
About the Symbols Various symbols are used in this instruction manual and on the product itself to
ensure correct usage, to prevent danger to the user and others, and to prevent
property damage. The meanings of these symbols are described below. It is
important that you read these descriptions thoroughly and fully understand the
contents.
Warning
This symbol indicates information that, if ignored, could possibly
result in personal injury or even death due to incorrect handling.
Caution
This symbol indicates information that, if ignored, could result
possibly in personal injury or physical damage due to incorrect
handling.
Typical Symbols
This symbol indicates an additional warning (including cautions). An
illustration is provided to clarify the contents (the illustration to the left
indicates danger of electrical shock).
This symbol indicates a prohibited action. The contents will be clearly
indicated in an illustration or nearby (the symbol to the left indicates that
disassembly is prohibited).
This symbol indicates a compulsory action. The contents will be clearly
indicated in an illustration or nearby (the symbol to the left indicates that
the power plug should be disconnected from the power outlet).
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[Safety Precaution]
Warning
■ If a problem should occur.
or a strange odor arise, continued
• Ifusesmoke
could result in fire or electrical shock. In
•
•
such case, immediately turn off the power
switch and then disconnect the power plug
from the power outlet. After making sure that
the smoke or odor has stopped, contact your
dealer for repairs. Never attempt to make
repairs yourself because this is dangerous.
Do not use this projector if
there is no image or
sound, or if the sound is
Disconnect the
distorted. Continued use
plug from the
could result in fire or
power outlet.
electrical shock.
In such case, immediately turn off the power
switch, disconnect the power plug from the
power outlet and contact your dealer.
If water should enter the inside of this
projector, immediately turn off the power
switch, disconnect the power plug from the
power outlet and contact your dealer.
■ Do not install on an unstable surface.
not install this projector on an
• Do
unstable surface such as a wobbly
open the cabinet.
• Never
Ther eis high voltage
Do not use
near water.
■ Do not modify.
Do not
Do not modify this projector because
disassemble.
this could result in fire or electrical shock.
■ Do not use in the bathroom.
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•
this projector or drop such objects
inside because this could result in
fire or electrical shock.
If a foreign object should enter this
projector, immediately turn off the power
switch, disconnect the
power plug from the
power outlet and contact
your dealer.
Disconnect the
Continued use could result in
plug from the
power outlet.
fire or electrical shock. Use
special caution in households
where children are present.
■ Do not look through the lens
when the lamp is on.
Never look through the lens when the
lamp is on. The powerful light could adversely
affect vision. Use special caution in households
where children are present.
If the projector should fall,
resulting in damage to the
cabinet, immediately turn off
the power switch, disconnect
the power plug from the power
outlet and contact your dealer.
Continued use could result in
fire or electrical shock.
■ Do not open the cabinet.
Do not use this projector in the
bathroom because this could result in
fire or electrical shock.
not insert metal objects through
• Do
the ventilation openings, etc., of
■ Avoid shock or impact on the projector.
stand or incline because this could
result in the projector falling and
causing injury.
inside which can cause
electrical shock.
Do not
Contact your dealer for disassemble.
internal inspection, adjustment and
repair.
■ Do not insert foreign objects.
Do not use near
water.
Disconnect the
plug from the
power outlet.
■ Do not place this projector in
a container containing liquid.
Do not place flower vases, flower
pots, cups, cosmetics, liquids
such as water, etc., on top of this projector.
Spillage could result in fire or electrical shock.
■ Use only the indicated power
supply.
Use only the indicated power
supply. The use of any other power supply
could result in fire or electrical shock.
Warning
■ Handle the power cord with care.
not damage, cut, process or
• Do
strongly twist the power cord. Placing
heavy objects on the power cord, heating or
strongly pulling the power cord can result in
damage as well as fire or electrical shock.
• Pulling on the power cord
• Placing heavy objects on the power cord
• Damaging the cord
• Placing near heaters
■ High temperatures are generated when
the lamp is lit, so do not place objects in
front of the lens.
not position the power
• Do
cord under the projector. This can
•
•
damage the power cord and cause fire or
electrical shock. Also, do not place a spread,
cover, etc., over the power cord because this
could result in the inadvertent placing of
heavy objects on the concealed power cord.
If the power cord is damaged
(exposed or broken core wires,
etc.), contact your dealer for
replacement; otherwise, fire or
electrical shock could result.
Make sure there is no dust, etc., on the power
plug and insert a knife blade to make sure that
there is no looseness.
CAUTION
LASER RADIATIONDO NOT STARE INTO BEAM
■ Do not allow the laser beam to enter the
eyes.
This remote control is equipped with a
laser pointer and a laser beam is emitted
from the laser outlet. Do not look directly
into the laser beam outlet or direct the
laser beam at other people.
Vision can be impaired if the laser beam
enters the eyes. Use special caution in
households where children are
present.
•
WAVE LENGTH: 650nm
MAX . OUTPUT: 1mW
CLASS 2 LASER PRODUCT
RADIAZIONI LASER
NON GUARDARE NEL RAGGIO LUCE
APPARECCHIO LASER DI CLASSE 2
RAYONNEMENT LASER
MANUFACTURED
NE PAS REGARDER DANS
LE FAISCEAU APPAREIL
A LASER DE CLASSE 2
LASER-STRAHLUNG
PLACE OF
MANUFACTURER:A
NICHT IN DEN STRAHL
MADE IN JAPAN
BLICKEN LASER KLASSE2
IEC60825-1:1993+A1:1997
Laser beam outlet
AVOID EXPOSURELASER RADIATION IS
EMITTED FROM THIS
APERTURE
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Caution
■ Do not sit or place heavy objects on
this projector.
Do not sit on this projector.
• This
could result in overturning,
•
leading to damage or personal injury.
Use special caution in households
where children are present.
Do not place heavy objects on this
projector.
Placing heavy objects on this projector
could result in loss of balance or falling
and cause personal injury.
■ Do not block the ventilation openings.
Do not block the ventilation openings of
this projector. Blocking ventilation could lead
to internal overheating which could result in
fire. Do not place this projector on its
side during use or push it into a small,
poorly ventilated location. Do not
place this projector on a carpet or
bedding or cover it with a table cloth,
etc. Also, when installing this projector, make
sure the ventilation openings are at least 30cm
from the wall.
■ Care and maintenance.
For safety purposes, disconnect the power
plug from the power outlet
before starting the care and
maintenance of this projector.
Disconnect the
plug from the
power outlet.
■ Battery usage.
only the specified batteries with
• Use
this projector. Do not mix old
•
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and new batteries because this
could result in fire or personal
injury due to battery cracking or
leakage.
Make sure the plus and minus
terminals are correctly aligned
when loading the batteries.
Incorrect loading could result in
personal injury or contamination of
the surroundings due to battery cracking or
leakage.
■ Clean the projector interior once
every two years.
Request your dealer to clean the interior
of the projector approximately every two
years. Accumulations of dust inside the
projector can result in fire or
malfunction if not cleaned for an
extended period. This cleaning is
more effective if performed befor
every humid periods such as rainy
season, etc. Ask your dealer for details about
internal cleaning.
■ Avoid installation in humid or dusty
locations.
not install this projector in a humid
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or dusty location. This could
•
result in fire or electrical shock.
Avoid installation near the
kitchen, a humidifier or other locations
where there is oily smoke or humidity.
This could result in fire or electrical shock.
■ Use the caster brakes.
When installing this projector on a stand
with casters, use the caster
brakes to prevent the stand
moving or over turning and
causing personal injury.
■ Do not handle the power cord roughly.
the power cord away from
• Keep
heaters because the heat could melt the
•
•
power cord and cause fire or electrical shock.
Do not touch the power plug
with wet hands because this
could result in electrical shock.
When disconnecting the
power plug, do not pull on the power
cord. This could damage the power cord and
cause fire or electrical shock. Always grip the
plug when disconnecting.
Caution
■ When the projector is not to be used
for an extended period.
For safety purposes when the
projector is not to be used for an
extended period because of travel,
the
etc., always disconnect the power Disconnect
plug from the
plug from the power outlet. Also power outlet.
close the lens cover to prevent the lens
surface being scratched.
■ Moving the projector.
moving the projector, be sure
• When
to close the lens cover, disconnect
•
the power plug from the power outlet
and disconnect all external Disconnect the
plug from the
connections. Failure to do this power outlet.
could damage the power cord
and cause fire or electrical shock.
Avoid any impact or shock to the projector
because this could result in malfunction.
When moving this projector outdoors, protect
it from wetting due to rain, etc. If the
projector should become wet, dry it
thoroughly before further use.
Continued use while wet could
result in fire or electrical shock.
[General Cautions]
■ Avoid excessively hot locations.
Do not place this projector in direct
sunlight or near a hot object such as a
stove, etc., because the heat could
have adverse influence on the cabinet
and other parts.
■ Sound volume.
Set the volume at a suitable level to avoid
bothering other people. It is also better to keep
the volume level low and close the windows at
night to protect the neighborhood environment.
■ Lens care
Use commercially available lens
tissue to clean the lens (used to clean
cameras, eyeglasses, etc.). Be careful
not to scratch the lens with hard
objects.
■ Cabinet care.
cabinet is made of plastic and discoloration
• The
or paint peeling can occur if wiped with a solvent
•
•
•
such as benzine, thinner, etc.
Before using chemical wipes, be sure to read
and observe the instructions.
Do not spray volatile substances such as
insect repellent on the cabinet. Also, do not
allow long-term close contact with rubber or
vinyl products because this could result in
discoloration, peeling paint, etc.
Use a soft cloth to clean the cabinet and
operation panel. When excessively soiled,
dilute a neutral detergent in water, wet and
wring out the cloth and afterward wipe with a
dry cloth. Do not apply undiluted detergent
directly to the projector.
■ Extended usage.
When using this projector for an extended
period, stop periodically to rest the eyes to
prevent eye fatigue.
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Checking the package Contents
Make sure all of the following items are included in the package. If anything is missing, please contact your
dealer.
VIDEO
RGB
LASER
STANDBY/ON
POSITION
RESET
MENU
FREEZE
MAGNIFY
VOLUME
OFF
Projector unit
Remote control
Remote control
Batteries
User’s Guide (this document)
CP-X960W
CP-X960E
(
(
Power Cord
3-Conductor
a
b cable
110V-US
video/Audio
220-UK, Europe
220-UK, Europe
)
)
c
d
RGB cable
(15-15 pin M/M)
Mac adapter
with dip switch
Mouse cable × 3
Names and functions of each part
Main unit
FOCUS button
Used to adjust the focus of the image on the
screen. (Refer to page 13.)
ZOOM button
Used to adjust the size of the
image. (Refer to page 13.)
ZOOM
MUTE button
This button turns the sound on and
off. Press once to turn the sound off;
then press again to turn the sound
back on.
STANDBY / ON button
Press this button to turn the power on
and off. When turned off, the projector
enters standby status. Refer to page 13
- 14 for details.
LAMP indicator
This indicator lights or blinks when the lamp is
off. Refer to page 33 for details.
POWER indicator
This indicator lights or blinks during standby
and during operation. Refer to page 33 for
details.
FOCUS
MUTE
INPUT
MENU
INPUT button
Press this button to switch the input. The input
changes in the following sequence each time
this button is pressed.
RGB1
STANDBY/ON
LAMP POWER TEMP
RGB2
VIDEO
RESET
MENU button
Displays the image menu. Refer to page 17 21 for details.
RESET button
Used to reset the initial settings.
Refer to page 17 for details.
TEMP indicator
This indicator lights or blinks when the internal
temperature of the projector rises and when
the fan malfunctions. Refer to page 33 for
details.
Speaker
Speaker
Remote control photoreceptor
Cooling fan
(exhaust side)
Lens
Handle
Lens cap
Cooling fan
(intake side)
• Use the remote control in front of the remote control photoreceptor at a distance
of about 5 m or less and an angle of 30 degrees to the left or right of the center.
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Names and functions of each part (continued)
Remote control photoreceptor
Main power switch
Used to turn the power on and off.
: OFF
: ON
AC IN jack
Used to connect the
accessory power cord.
VIDEO IN jack
Caution Connecting to the AC IN jack
Make sure the accesory power cord is plugged into
the AC IN jack as far as it will go. Incomplete
connection can result in fire or electrical shock.
1
S-VIDEO IN jack
Mini DIN 4-pin connector
VIDEO IN jack
RCA jack
AUDIO L/R IN jack
RCA jack
RGB IN
2
S-VIDEO IN
RGB IN jack
D-sub 15-pin shrink (1/2)
VIDEO IN
CONTROL
RGB OUT
AUDIO IN
CONTROL jack
L
D-sub 15-pin shrink
MONO
R
AUDIO IN
1
2
AUDIO
OUT
USB
USB jack
AUDIO IN jack (RGB)
Stereo mini jack
The mouse cursor can be controlled by
remote control by connecting to a
personal computer.
RGB OUT jack
D-sub 15-pin shrink
AUDIO OUT jack (RGB/VIDEO)
Stereo mini jack
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Names and functions of each part (continued)
Remote control transmitter
VIDEO, RGB button
LASER button
Press to switch the input. (Refer to page 13, 19.)
STANDBY / ON button
VIDEO
RGB
LASER
STANDBY/ON
POSITION
Used to turn the power on and off.
Press for 1 sec. or more to turn the power off
(enter standby status).
(Refer to pages13 and 14.)
button
* POSITION
Pressing the top, bottom, left or right of Disk Pad after
pressing this button causes corresponding movement
(Effective only during RGB signal selection).
MOUSE / RIGHT button
* RESET
(1)Operates as the RESET button when the menu
PAD
* DISK
(1) Used to select menu items when the menu
screen is displayed (refer to page 16 - 18).
(2) When the menu is not displayed, the mouse
shift function and left click function are active.
*1 (3) After the POSITION button has been
pressed, the screen can be moved upward,
downward and to the left and right.
Turns the laser beam on and off. Refer to page
11 cocnerning usage and observe the cautions.
RESET
MENU
FREEZE
MAGNIFY
VOLUME
is displayed. Press this button to return to the
initial settings.
(2)Used to click the right mouse button when the
menu is not displayed (refer to page 25,26).
*1 (3)Pressing this button after scrolling the screen
with POSITION returns the screen to the original
position.
OFF
button
* MENU
Used to turn the menu screen display on and off.
(refer to page 17 - 21).
P in P
BLANK
MUTE
AUTO
TIMER
* MAGNIFY button
Used to magnify the displayed image.
FOCUS
ZOOM
button *2
* PUsedintoPturn
P in P (Picture In Picture: displays sub video
button
* FREEZE
Used to turn the freeze (still) image display on and off.
VOLUME button
Adjusts the volume of the sound. Press [ ] to
increase the volume and ( ) to decrease the volume.
When there is no video signal input, operation is not
possible when the input video signal is outside the
sync range.
button
* MUTE
Applies Mute. (Press the Play button again to
signal images in the RGB signal) on and off.
Each time this button is pressed, operation will change in
the following sequence:
(1) Reduce sub screen (2) Magnify sub screen (3)Off.
(1) ∼ (3)
cancel.)
TIMER button
Turns the display of the time set with the Timer
on the Menu screen on and off.
The timer is not displayed when no input signal
is detected or when SYNC is out of range or
during blanking or during freezing.
Refer to page 20, 21 concerning the method
used to set the timer.
BLANK button
Used to turn blanking on and off.
(Refer to page 20.)
FOCUS button
Used to adjust the focus of the image on the
screen. (Refer to page 13.)
ZOOM button
Used to adjust the size of the image. (Refer to
page 13.)
button
* AUTO
Used to execute auto-adjust.*3
*These functions do not operate when initial screen message “NO INPUT IS DETECTED” or “SYNC IS OUT OF RANGE” is displayed.
*1 POSITION icon
*3 Auto adjustment function
When the POSITION button is pressed, the moving display icon
will appear at the bottom right of the screen.
While displaying the icon, you can operate POSITION.
The projector automatically adjusts 4 items (V. POSIT, H. POSIT,
H. PHASE, H. SIZE).
When you choose AUTO (move the cursor to the right from the
manual operation position), the AUTO confirmation menu shown
below is indicated.
Caution
*2
With the P in P function, signals are input to both RGB and
VIDEO. This function operates only when the RGB signal has
been selected. There is no display in the case of the no signal and
when the RGB signal is outside the sync range.
When P in P is used, audio is automatically switched to video.
In P in P, audio input can be switched by pressing the VOL and
VOL
keys of the remote control, displaying the audio bar and
moving Disk Pad left and right during the display.
RGB/VIDEO
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• Auto adjust requires several tens of seconds.
• Auto adjust may not operate correctly in some cases,
depending on the computer connected and the signal.
• Auto adjust may not operate correctly in some cases,
depending on the type of image.
• Execute auto adjust with the display of the application
being run by the computer at maximum.
• After auto adjust, the image may be slightly dark in
some cases due to automatic adjustment of the signal
level.
• Auto adjust canot execute when the initial display is
"NO INPUT IS DETECTED" or "SYNC IS OUT OF
RANGE" during FREEZE or MAGNIFY.
Names and functions of each part (continued)
Loading the batteries Loading AA batteries into the remote control.
1Remove the battery
cover.
2Loading the batteries.
Make sure the plus and
minus poles are correctly
oriented.
Push the knob while
lifting up the battery
cover.
3Close the battery cover.
•
•
Caution Battery usage cautions
Use only the specified batteries with this
projector. Also, do not mix new and old
batteries. This could cause in battery cracking or
leakage, which could result in fire or personal
injury.
When loading the batteries, make sure the plus
and minus poles are correctly oriented as
indicated in the projector. Incorrect orientation
could cause battery cracking or leakage, which
could result in personal injury or pollution of the
surrounding environment.
Warning
•
•
•
•
•
•
Caution Remote control usage cautions
Do not drop the remote control or apply impact.
Do not wet the remote control or place it on any
wet object. Such actions could result in
malfunction.
When not to be used for an extended period,
remove the batteries from the remote control.
Replace the batteries when remote control
operation becomes difficult.
Do not place the remote control close to the
cooling fan of the projector.
Do not disassemble the remote control in case of
malfunction. please bring it to the service station.
The laser pointer of the remote control is used in place of a finger or rod.
Never look directly into the laser beam outlet or point the laser beam at
other people.
The laser beam can cause vision problems.
CAUTION
LASER RADIATIONDO NOT STARE INTO BEAM
WAVE LENGTH: 650nm
MAX . OUTPUT: 1mW
CLASS 2 LASER PRODUCT
RADIAZIONI LASER
NON GUARDARE NEL RAGGIO LUCE
APPARECCHIO LASER DI CLASSE 2
RAYONNEMENT LASER
MANUFACTURED
NE PAS REGARDER DANS
LE FAISCEAU APPAREIL
A LASER DE CLASSE 2
LASER-STRAHLUNG
PLACE OF
MANUFACTURER:A
NICHT IN DEN STRAHL
MADE IN JAPAN
BLICKEN LASER KLASSE2
IEC60825-1:1993+A1:1997
AVOID EXPOSURELASER RADIATION IS
EMITTED FROM THIS
APERTURE
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Installation
Typical LCD Projector and Screen Installation
Use the diagram below as reference to determine the screen size and projection distnace.
Side view
Top view
Screen
Lens center
b
a
a
a (inches)
Screen size (inches)
b (inches)
Minimum
Maximum
40
55
73
1
60
85
114
2
80
114
151
2
100
144
191
3
120
176
231
3
150
220
282
4
200
291
386
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a. Distance from the LCD projector to the screen
b. Distance from the lens center to the bottom of
the screen (a,b : +/-10%).
Caution
The LCD projector should normally be used
level (the legs can point upward).
Positioning the projector sideways, or with the
lens pointing upward or downward can cause the
internal temperature to rise, which could result in
a malfunction.
The projection distances shown in the diagram to
the left are for full size (800 x 600 dots).
Using the adjusters
Use the adjusters on the bottom to adjust the projection angle.
Front view
Adjuster
Side view
Variable within the range of approximately 0° - 9°
1. Lift up the projector and release the adjuster lock.
2. After adjusting the projection angle, firmly lock the adjusters.
3. Rotate the adjusters for fine adjustment.
Caution • Do not release the locks unless the projector is being held; otherwise, the projector could
overturn or the fingers could get caught and cause personal injury.
• Do not force the adjusters to rotate. This could damage the adjusters or cause the lock to fail.
• Lock the adjusters firmly. If the lock is difficult to operate, change the angle slightly and try again.
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Basic operations
To project
VIDEO
RGB
LASER
2
POSITION
STANDBY/ON
7
5 7 4 2
RESET
MENU
FREEZE
MAGNIFY
VOLUME
OFF
P in P
5
1
BLANK
FOCUS
MUTE
AUTO
TIMER
4
ZOOM
3
1
Turn on the main power switch of the projector [ I: ON].
2
Press the STANDBY / ON button.
3
4
5
Remove the lens cap.
6
Turn on the power to the connected equipment.
7
Press either the INPUT button of the
projector or the VIDEO/RGB button of the
remote control to select the signal to be
projected on the screen.
• The Power indicator lights orange.
• The Power indicator will blink green and then light green.
• The green blinking indicates warmup.
• After the power is turned on, the lamp will be cooled for approximately 1 min. and the power cannot
be turned on even by pressing the STANDBY/ON button.
Use the ZOOM button to adjust the screen size.
Use the FOCUS button to adjust the focus.
(1) The display shown to the right will appear when the FOCUS button is pressed.
+++FOCUS+++
(2) Use the FOCUS button to adjust the focus until the image is sharp.
(3) The message “Focus” will disappear if any other button is pressed.
• (When there is no input signal, the Focus characters are not displayed when the input signal is outside the sync range.)
Refer to page 31 concerning the connection of other equipment.
Example on-screen display
RGB 1
The selected signal input channel will be displayed in the lower right part of the screen.
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Basic operations (continued)
Turning off the power
1
1
VIDEO
RGB
LASER
STANDBY/ON
POSITION
RESET
MENU
FREEZE
2
MAGNIFY
VOLUME
OFF
3
P in P
BLANK
MUTE
AUTO
TIMER
1
Press the STANDBY/ON button for approximately 1 sec.
2
3
Turn off the main power switch of the projector [
• The Power indicator will blink orange, then the lamp will turn off. Approximately 1 sec. after that, the
lamp will light orange.
• After the power is turned off, the lamp will be cooled for approximately 1 min. and the power cannot
be turned off even by pressing the STANDBY/ON button.
• The standby status will not be entered if the time which the STANDBY/ON button is pressed is too
short.
: OFF].
Attach the lens cap.
Caution
The fan will continue running for approximately 1 min. after the STANDBY/ON button is pressed.
Do not turn off the main power switch while the lamp is on because this will shorten the service life of
the lamp.
Plug & Play
This projector is VESA DDC 1/2B compatible. Plug & play is possible by connecting to a computer that is
VESA DDC (Display Data Channel) compatible.
(Plug & play is a system configured with peripheral equipment including a computer and display, and an
operating system.
Caution
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Use the RGB cable included with this projector when using plug & play. With other cables, pins
(12) - (15) are sometimes not connected (effective only for RGB).
Basic operations (continued)
Freeze function
This function is used to freeze the image being displayed.
(refer to page 10)
VIDEO
RGB
LASER
STANDBY/ON
POSITION
RESET
MENU
FREEZE
MAGNIFY
1
VOLUME
OFF
P in P
BLANK
1
MUTE
AUTO
TIMER
Press the FREEZE button.
• The image being displayed will freeze.
• The [ ] mark appears in the lower right corner of the screen when the Freeze function is on.
Cancelling the FREEZE function
1
Press the FREEZE button.
• The FREEZE function will be cancelled.
• The [ ] mark will be displayed for approximately 3 sec. when the FREEZE function is cancelled.
Caution
• When there is no input signal, the Freeze function is not effective when the input signal is
outside the sync range.
• Pressing the FREEZE button alternately turns the freeze function on and off.
• The FREEZE function will be cancelled when the input select button is pressed or the display
mode of the PC being used for display is changed.
• When a still image signal is input when the FREEZE function is on, make sure not to forget to
cancel the FREEZE function.
• FREEZE function will be cancelled after the operations such as “menu display ON”
“FOCUS”, “MAGNIFY”, “P in P”, “AUTO”, “VOLUME
”, “MUTE” and “POSITION”.
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Basic operations (continued)
Magnify function
VIDEO
RGB
LASER
STANDBY/ON
POSITION
Part of an image can be displayed magnified.
(refer to page 10)
4
5
RESET
1,2
MENU
MAGNIFY
3
VOLUME
OFF
P in P
BLANK
1
6
FREEZE
MUTE
AUTO
TIMER
Press the MAGNIFY + button.
• The center part of the image will be displayed magnified approximately two times.
Changing the magnification ratio
2
Press the MAGNIFY + button.
3
Press the MAGNIFY – button.
• When this button is pressed, the image will be displayed even larger.
• When this button is pressed, the image will be displayed even smaller.
Moving the display area
4
5
Press the POSITION button.
Press the DISK PAD up, down, left and right buttons.
• The magnified area will move in accordance with the button pressed.
Returning to normal display
6
Press the MAGNIFY OFF button.
Caution
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• When there is no video signal input, Magnify is not effective when the video signal input is
outside the sync range.
• The magnify function will be cancelled when the input select button is pressed or the display
mode of the PC being used for display is changed.
• The Magnify function will be cancelled after the operations such as “menu display
ON”,“FOCUS”, “FREEZE”, “P inP”, “AUTO”, “VOLUME
”, “MUTE”, and
“POSITION”.
Adjustments and functions
VIDEO
RGB
LASER
1, 2, 3
POSITION
STANDBY/ON
2, 3
RESET
MENU
FREEZE
MAGNIFY
VOLUME
OFF
MENU
P in P
1
BLANK
FOCUS
MUTE
AUTO
3
TIMER
ZOOM
1, 3
1
Press the MENU (
) buttons of the projector or the
MENU button of the remote control.
• The Menu screen will appear. (refer to page 18 - 21 for details.)
2
Press the MENU (
) buttons of the projector or the DISK
PAD button of the remote control to select the menu item to be
adjusted. • The selected menu item will be displayed in orange.
3
Adjust the selected menu item with the MENU (
)
buttons of the projector or the DISK PAD button of the
remote control.
• The selected menu item will be displayed in orange.
Returning to the initial settings
• Select the adjustment item to be returned to the initial settings.
• Press the RESET button.
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Adjustments and functions (continued)
SET UP
Images and display positions can be adjusted from the SETUP menu.
Video signal input
RGB signal input
SETUP
INPUT
IMAGE
VOLUME
BRIGHT
CONTRAST
V POSIT
H POSIT
H PHASE
H SIZE
COLOR BAL R
COLOR BAL B
SETUP
OPT.
800
VOLUME
BRIGHT
(BRIGHTNESS)
CONTRAST
SHARPNESS
COLOR
TINT
IMAGE
OPT.
VOLUME
BRIGHT
CONTRAST
SHARPNESS
COLOR
TINT
COLOR BAL R
COLOR BAL B
100
100
Adjustment item
INPUT
Adjustment description
Volume decreases
Darker
Lower contrast
Softer image
Less
Redder
Volume increases
Brighter
Stronger contrast
Sharper image
More
Greener
V. POSIT
(V. POSITION)
Moves the image up and down.
H. POSIT
(H. POSITION)
Moves the image left and right.
H. PHASE
Eliminates blanking.
H. SIZE
Adjusts the horizontal size of the image.
COLOR BAL R
(COLOR BALANCE Red)
Less red
More red
COLOR BAL B
(COLOR BALANCE Blue)
Less blue
More blue
Using the SETUP Menu
Move the cursor to the item to be adjusted and move the MENU button of the projector or the DISK PAD
button of the remote control to change the length of the bar display.
Caution
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• The menu cannot be displayed while the initial screen (“No input is detected.” or “Sync is
out of range.”) is being displayed.
• Tint cannot be adjusted with PAL or SECAM video signal input.
• Tint, color and sharpness cannot be adjusted with RGB signal input.
• V. POSIT, H. POSIT, H. PHASE and H. SIZE cannot be adjusted with video signal input.
• The MAGNIFY or FREEZE function will be cancelled after the operation “Menu”.
• Displaying the menu cancels magnify and freeze operations.
Adjustments and functions (continued)
INPUT
The INPUT menu is used to select RGB signal sync signal frequency of the monitor and the VIDEO signal.
SETUP
RGB
VIDEO
INPUT
IMAGE
OPT.
fH:38kHz
SETUP
INPUT
RGB
VIDEO
fV:60Hz
IMAGE
OPT.
AUTO
NTSC
PAL
SECAM
NTSC4.43
M-PAL
N-PAL
Adjustment item
Adjustment description
RGB
Displays the following RGB inputs
fH: horizontal sync frequency
fV: vertical sync frequency
VIDEO
Sets the video signal system. When the screen is unstble (no color)
or rolls, select the mode that matches the input signal.
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Adjustments and functions (continued)
IMAGE
Projection image inversion, etc., can be selected from the IMAGE menu.
SETUP
SETUP
INPUT
IMAGE
KEYSTONE
MIRROR
BLANK
START UP
P. IN P.
OPT.
INPUT
IMAGE
OPT.
SETUP
KEYSTONE
MIRROR
BLANK
START UP
P. IN P.
SETUP
INPUT
KEYSTONE
MIRROR
BLANK
START UP
P. IN P.
SETUP
INPUT
INPUT
KEYSTONE
MIRROR
BLANK
START UP
P. IN P.
IMAGE
OPT.
SETUP
KEYSTONE
MIRROR
BLANK
START UP
P. IN P.
WHITE
BLUE
BLACK
IMAGE
INPUT
IMAGE
NORMAL
H : INVERT
V : INVERT
H&V :
INVERT
IMAGE
TURN ON
TURN OFF
OPT.
KEYSTONE
MIRROR
BLANK
START UP
P. IN P.
Adjustment item
KEYSTONE
Reduces keystone
distortion at the top
MIRROR
Sets vertical or horizontal inversion of the projected image.
H: horizontal inversion only
V: vertical inversion only
H&V: both horizontal and vertical inversion.
BLANK
Sets the color to be used for blanking with BLANK ON or when there is no signal.
Blanking is turned on when there is no signal for approximately 5 min.
START UP
P in P
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Adjustment description
Reduces keystone
distortion at the bottom
Opens and closes the initial settings screen during signal input at start up.
Selects the P in P sub screen display position.
OPT.
OPT.
Adjustments and functions (continued)
OPT
Communication functions, etc., can be set from the OPT menu.
SETUP
SETUP
INPUT
IMAGE
COM. SPEED
COM. BITS
TIMER
LANGUAGE
AUTO OFF
SYNC ON G
OPT.
INPUT
COM. SPEED
COM. BITS
TIMER
LANGUAGE
AUTO OFF
SYNC ON G
1200bps
2400bps
4800bps
9600bps
19200bps
SETUP
IMAGE
INPUT
COM. SPEED
COM. BITS
TIMER
LANGUAGE
AUTO OFF
SYNC ON G
SETUP
INPUT
COM. SPEED
COM. BITS
TIMER
LANGUAGE
AUTO OFF
SYNC ON G
Adjustment item
COM. SPEED
COM. BITS
TIMER
IMAGE
OPT.
INPUT
IMAGE
COM. SPEED
COM. BITS
TIMER
LANGUAGE
AUTO OFF
SYNC ON G
OPT.
SETUP
INPUT
OPT.
10 min.
SETUP
INPUT
OPT.
7N1
8N1
IMAGE
COM. SPEED
COM. BITS
TIMER
LANGUAGE
AUTO OFF
SYNC ON G
10 min.
IMAGE
SETUP
OPT.
ENGLISH
FRANÇAIS
DEUTSCH
ESPAÑOL
ITALIANO
NORSK
NEDERLANDS
JAPANESE
IMAGE
COM. SPEED
COM. BITS
TIMER
LANGUAGE
AUTO OFF
SYNC ON G
OPT.
TURN ON
TURN OFF
Adjustment description
Sets the communication speed (5 steps).
Sets the bit configuration for the communication data.
7N1...7 data bits, No parity, 1 stop bit.
8N1...8 data bits, No parity, 1 stop bit.
Sets the timer display time (0 - 99) min.
LANGUAGE
Selects the menu screen language
(English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Norwegian, Dutch, Japanese).
AUTO OFF
Sets the time after which the power will be turned off (standby status) when
there is no input signal. The settings are 1 - 99 min, 0 and None.
SYNC ON G
Sets the SYNC ON G feature on/off.
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Connection to the video signal terminals
1. Input signals
Brightness signal
Color signal
S-VIDEO signal
1.0V p-p, 75 Ω terminator
0.286V p-p (burst signal), 75 Ω terminator
1.0V p-p, 75 Ω terminator
VIDEO signal
Input
200mV rms, 20k Ω or less (max. 3.0V p-p)
Output
0∼200mVrms,1k Ω
Audio signal
2. Signal input jacks
Color signal
Ground
Brightness signal
Ground
S-VIDEO input (mini DIN 4-pin)
Caution
The priority sequence of the video input jacks is as follows.
(1) S-VIDEO input jack
(2) RCA jack input jack
When video signals are being projected, the audio input by the video is output to the audio
output jack (RGB/VIDEO).
Connection to the RGB signal terminal
1. Input signals
Video signal
Analog, 0.7V p-p, 75 Ω terminator (positive polarity)
Horizontal sync signal
TTL level (positive/negative polarity)
Vertical sync signal
TTL level (positive/negative polarity)
Compound sync signal
TTL level
Input
200mV rms, 20k Ω or less (max. 3.0V p-p)
Output
0~200mVrms,1k Ω
Audio signal
2. Signal input jacks
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1
Video input (red)
9
N.C
2
Video input (green)
10
Ground
3
Video input (blue)
11
N.C
4
N.C
12
DDC jack (Display Data Channel)
5
N.C
13
Horizontal sync signal/compound sync signal
6
Ground (red)
14
Vertical sync signal
7
Ground (green)
15
DDC jack (Display Data Channel)
8
Ground (blue)
D-sub 15-pin
shrink jack
Connection to the RGB signal terminal (continued)
3. Example of computer signal
Resolution
H×V
fH
(kHz)
fV
(Hz)
640 × 400
24.8
56.4
640 × 350
37.9
85.1
640 × 400
37.9
720 × 400
Rating
Signal mode
Display mode
NEC PC9800
Zoom in
VESA
VGA-1
Zoom in
85.1
VESA
VGA-2
Zoom in
37.9
85.0
VESA
TEXT
Zoom in
640 × 480
31.5
59.9
VESA
VGA-3
Zoom in
640 × 480
35.0
66.7
Mac13"mode
Zoom in
640 × 480
37.9
72.8
VESA
VGA-3(72Hz)
Zoom in
640 × 480
37.5
75.0
VESA
VGA-3(75Hz)
Zoom in
640 × 480
43.3
85.0
VESA
VGA-3(85Hz)
Zoom in
800 × 600
35.2
56.3
VESA
SVGA(56Hz)
800 × 600
37.9
60.3
VESA
SVGA(60Hz)
800 × 600
48.1
72.2
VESA
SVGA(72Hz)
800 × 600
46.9
75.0
VESA
SVGA(75Hz)
800 × 600
53.7
85.1
VESA
SVGA(85Hz)
832 × 624
49.7
74.5
1024 × 768
48.4
60.0
1024 × 768
56.5
1024 × 768
Mac16"mode
Zoom in
VESA
XGA(60Hz)
Zoom out
70.1
VESA
XGA(70Hz)
Zoom out
60.0
75.0
VESA
XGA(75Hz)
Zoom out
1152 × 768
67.5
75.0
VESA
SXGA(75Hz)
Zoom out
1280 × 960
60.0
60.0
VESA
SXGA(60Hz)
Zoom out
1280 × 1024
64.0
60.0
VESA
SXGA(60Hz)
Zoom out
1280 × 1024
80.0
75.0
VESA
SXGA(75Hz)
Zoom out
Note 1: Mac adapter is necessary to the resolution mode.
Projector is compatible with 13 inch mode and 16 inch mode.
Mac 13" mode=switch 1 and switch 2 are ON.
Mac 16" mode=switch 2 and switch 4 are ON.
Note 1
SW 1 ON
SW 2 ON
SW 2 ON
SW 4 ON
ON
1 2
OFF
3
4
5
6
(Example 16 inch mode)
Caution
• Some computers may have multiple display screen modes. Use of some of these modes will
not be possible with this projector.
• Be sure to check jack type, signal level, timing and resolution before connecting this
projector to a computer.
• Depending on the input signal, full-size display may not be possible in some cases. Refer to
the number of display pixels above.
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Connection to the RGB signal terminal (continued)
4. Initial set signals
The following signals are used for the initial settings.
The signal timing of some computer models may be different. In such case, refer to pages 17 and 18 and adjust
the V.POSIT and H.POSIT of the menu.
Back porch bb
Front porch d d
Display cinterval c
DATA
HSYNC
Computer/Signal
VGA-1(85Hz)
Syncaa
Horizontal signal timing (µs)
Computer/Signal
Horizontal signal timing (µs)
a
b
c
d
a
b
c
d
2.0
3.0
20.3
1.0
SVGA (72Hz)
2.4
1.3
16.0
1.1
VGA-2(85Hz)
2.0
3.0
20.3
1.0
SVGA (75Hz)
1.6
3.2
16.2
0.3
PC-9800
3.0
3.8
30.4
3.0
SVGA (85Hz)
1.1
2.7
14.2
0.6
TEXT
2.0
3.0
20.3
1.0
Mac 16"mode
1.1
3.9
14.5
0.6
2.1
2.5
15.8
0.4
1.8
1.9
13.7
0.3
VGA-3
3.8
1.9
25.4
0.6
XGA (60Hz)
Mac 13"mode
2.1
3.2
21.2
2.1
XGA (70Hz)
VGA-3(72Hz)
1.3
3.8
20.3
1.0
XGA (75Hz)
1.2
2.2
13.0
0.2
VGA-3(75Hz)
2.0
3.8
20.3
0.5
SXGA (1152 X 864, 75Hz)
1.2
2.4
10.7
0.6
VGA-3(85Hz)
1.6
2.2
17.8
1.6
SXGA (1280 X 960, 60Hz)
1.0
2.9
11.9
0.9
SVGA(56Hz)
2.0
3.6
22.2
0.7
SXGA (1280 X 1024, 60Hz)
1.0
2.9
11.9
0.9
SVGA(60Hz)
3.2
2.2
20.0
1.0
SXGA (1280 X 1024, 75Hz)
1.1
1.8
9.5
0.1
Back porch b b
Front porch d d
Display
c interval c
DATA
VSYNC
Computer/Signal
24
Syncaa
Vertical signal timimg (lines)
Vertical signal timimg (lines)
Computer/Signal
a
b
c
d
SVGA (72Hz)
6
23
600
37
SVGA (75Hz)
3
21
600
1
a
b
c
d
VGA-1 (85Hz)
3
60
350
32
VGA-2 (85Hz)
3
41
400
1
PC-9800
8
25
400
7
SVGA (85Hz)
3
27
600
1
TEXT
3
42
480
1
Mac 16"mode
3
39
624
1
VGA-3
2
33
480
10
XGA (60Hz)
6
29
768
3
Mac 13"mode
3
39
480
3
XGA (70Hz)
6
29
768
3
VGA-3 (72Hz)
3
28
480
9
XGA (75Hz)
3
28
768
1
3
32
864
1
VGA-3 (75Hz)
3
16
480
1
SXGA (1152 X 864, 75Hz)
VGA-3 (85Hz)
3
25
480
1
SXGA (1280 X 960, 60Hz)
3
36
960
1
3
38
1024
1
3
38
1024
1
SVGA (56Hz)
2
22
600
1
SXGA (1280 X 1024, 60Hz)
SVGA (60Hz)
4
23
600
1
SXGA (1280 X 1024, 75Hz)
Connecting the USB
1. Connect the projector and computer with a suitable commercially available cable.
2. Press the INPUT button of the projector or the RGB 1/2 button of the remote control and select the input
where the computer is to be connected.
3. Start the mouse function.
4. Refer to page 10, 26 concerning the remote control of mouse operations.
5. Varying the force with which the DISK PAD button is pressed varies the speed of mouse operation.
USB jack
(B type)
2
3
1
4
Projector
Computer
+5V 1
1
+5V
–DATA 2
2 –DATA
+DATA 3
3
GND 4
USB jack
(A type)
+DATA
4 GND
1
2
3
4
USB cable
Caution
• Before making connections, read the instruction manual of the equipment to be connected.
• Use the optional USB cable to connect.
• Effective with USB only when the mouse is used.
• Do not use with any device other than a personal computer.
• When using with Windows 95, it is necessary to set so that USB can be used with version
OSR 2.1 or higher. Depending on the kind or the virsion of the host controller, operation may
not be possible in some cases.
• In the case of notebook type computers with a built-in pointing device such as a track ball, in
some cases the built-in pointing device will have priority even if a mouse is connected and
the mouse may not be selected.
In such case, disable the built-in pointing device and change the BIOS setting (system setup)
so that an external mouse can be selected.
After changing the BIOS setting, perform the operations described in 1 - 3 above.
Refer to the computer hardware manual concerning the BIOS setting.
Also, some computers may not have a utility program to operate a mouse. Refer to the
computer hardware manual.
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Connection to the control signal terminal
1. Mouse functions
(1) Turn off the main power switches of the projector and computer and connect the two units with the cable
provided or an optional suitable commercially available cable. Disconnect the USB cable from the
projector.
(2) Turn on the main switch of the projector (the ON indicator lamp will light green).
(3) Press the INPUT button of the projector or the RGB button of the remote control and select the input
where the computer is to be connected.
(4) Turn on the computer power supply.
(5) Start the mouse function.
If the mouse has not been started, reboot the computer (soft reboot or reboot buttons).
(6) Refer to page 10 concerning remote control operation.
(7) Varying the force with which the DISK PAD button is pressed varies the speed of mouse operation.
PS/2 Mouse
Projector
Computer
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
CLK 2
DATA 3
control jack
D-sub 15-pin shrink jack
4
5
SEL0 6
RTS 7
8
+5V 9
GND 10
11
12
13
14
15
DATA
GND
+5V
CLK
Mouse jack Mini
DIN 6-pin
6
5
4
3
2
1
Mouse cable (PS/2)
Use the mouse cable provided or a PS/2 mouse cable (for IBM and compatibles).
Cables for ADB mouse (Apple), bus mouse (NEC) and serial mouse are available as options.
Mouse cable
Caution
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Product name
Model
ADB mouse
COE-MAC (ADB)-2
SC-MA201XC
Bus mouse
COE-PC98 (BUS)-2
SC-MN201XC
Serial mouse
COE-SERIAL-2
SC-MS201XC
• Before making connections, read the instruction manual of the equipment to be connected.
• Turn off the projector and computer power supplies before connecting.
Connecting the mouse cable with the computer power on can result in a malfunction.
Use the mouse cable provided or an optional mouse cable to make the connection.
• In the case of notebook type computers with a built-in pointing device such as a track ball, in
some cases the built-in pointing device will have priority even if a mouse is connected and
the mouse may not be selected.
In such case, disable the built-in pointing device and change the BIOS setting (system setup)
so that an external mouse can be selected.
After changing the BIOS setting, perform the operations described in (1) - (3) above.
Refer to the computer hardware manual concerning the BIOS setting.
Also, some computers may not have a utility program to operate a mouse. Refer to the
computer hardware manual.
Connection to the control signal terminal (continued)
CONTROL signal jack
ADB (Mac) mouse
Mouse
Pin no.
RS-232C
PS/2
ADB
Serial
1
BUS
2
CLK
3
DATA
XA
5
XB
6
SELO
SELO
7
RTS
RTS
1
2
DATA 3
4
5
6
RTS 7
8
+5V 9
GND 10
11
12
13
14
15
DATA
4
RTS
SELO
SELO
RTS
RTS
8
YA
9
10
Projector
YB
GND
+5V
+5V
GND
GND
+5V
GND
GND
11
SW-L
12
SEL-1
13
RD
14
TD
Computer
1
2
3
4
Mouse jack
Mini DIN 4-pin
ADB
(POWER ON)
+5V
GND
4
2
3
1
Mouse cable (ADB) (option)
TD
15
SW-R
Serial mouse
Projector
1
2
3
4
5
SELO 6
RTS 7
8
9
GND 10
11
12
13
TD 14
15
Computer
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
CD
RD
TD
DTR
GND
DSR
RTS
CTS
RI
Mouse jack
D-sub 9-pin
2
1
6
3
7
4
8
5
9
Mouse cable (serial) (option)
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Connection to the control signal terminal (continued)
2. RS232C communication
(1) Turn off the projector and computer power supplies and connect with the RS232C cable.
(2) Turn on the computer power supply and, after the computer has started up, turn on the projector power supply.
(3) Refer to page 20, 21 and set the communication speed and the number of communication bits.
(4) Start RS232C communication.
Projector
Control jack
D-sub 15-pin shrink
1
2
3
4
5
SELO 6
RTS 7
8
9
GND 10
11
12
RD 13
TD 14
15
Computer
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
CD
RD
TD
DTR
GND
DSR
RTS
DTS
RI
2
1
6
3
7
4
8
5
9
RS232C cable
Projector→computer
Computer→projector
Response code
Inquiry code
Setting code
1st 2nd data
1st 2nd
1st 2nd data
1st
MOUSE
11h 05h +1
20h 05h
31h 05h +1
40h 05h
COMMUNICATE
11h 06h +1
20h 06h
31h 06h +1
POWER
11h 11h +1
20h 11h
31h 11h +1
40h 06h
––––––
ZOOM
11h 12h +1
––––––
31h 12h +1
––––––
Command
28
RS232C jack
D-sub 9-pin
Default setting code
2nd
FOCUS
11h 13h +1
––––––
31h 13h +1
––––––
MIRROR
11h 14h +1
20h 14h
31h 14h +1
40h 14h
INPUT
11h 21h +1
20h 21h
31h 21h +1
40h 21h
(VIDEO)SYSTEM
12h 22h +2
20h 22h
32h 22h +2
40h 22h
VOLUME
11h 23h +1
20h 23h
31h 23h +1
40h 23h
MUTE
11h 24h +1
20h 24h
31h 24h +1
40h 24h
BRIGHT
13h 31h +3
20h 31h
33h 31h +3
40h 31h
CONTRAST
13h 32h +3
20h 32h
33h 32h +3
40h 32h
COLOR
13h 33h +3
20h 33h
33h 33h +3
40h 33h
TINT
13h 34h +3
20h 34h
33h 34h +3
40h 34h
SHARPNESS
13h 35h +3
20h 35h
33h 35h +3
40h 35h
H.PHASE
13h 37h +3
20h 37h
33h 37h +3
40h 37h
H.POSIT
14h 38h +4
––––––
34h 38h +4
40h 38h
H.SIZE
14h 36h +4
––––––
34h 36h +4
40h 36h
V.POSIT
14h 3Ah +4
––––––
34h 3Ah +4
40h 3Ah
COLOR BALANCE R
13h 3Bh +3
20h 3Bh
33h 3Bh +3
40h 3Bh
COLOR BALANCE B
13h 3Dh +3
20h 3Dh
33h 3Dh +3
40h 3Dh
AUTO ADJUST
11h 3Ch +1
20h 3Ch
31h 3Ch +1
40h 3Ch
BLANK
11h 41h +1
20h 41h
31h 41h +1
40h 41h
MAGNIFY
11h 15h +1
20h 15h
31h 15h +1
40h 15h
FREEZE
11h 16h +1
20h 16h
31h 16h +1
40h 16h
Connection to the control signal terminal (continued)
Command data chart
Item
MOUSE
Data code
00h=disable mouse function, 01 ∼ 7Fh=start mouse function
COMMUNICATE
0Xh=8N1, 1Xh=7N1
X0h=1200bps, X1h=2400bps, X2h=4800bps, X3h=9600bps, X4h=19200bps
POWER
3Eh=power off (standby status), 3Fh=power on
ZOOM
01 ∼ 3Fh=Zoom +, 41 ∼ 7Fh=Zoom –
FOCUS
01 ∼ 3Fh=Focus +, 41 ∼ 7Fh=Focus –
MIRROR
00h=Normal, 01h=H : Invert, 02h=V : Invert, 03h=H & V : Invert
INPUT
11h=VIDEO, 21h=RGB1, 22h=RGB2
SYSTEM (VIDEO)
00h 00h=Auto, 00h 01h=NTSC, 00h 04h=NTSC4. 43
00h 02h=PAL, 00h 03h=SECAM, 00h 05h=M-PAL, 00h 06h=N-PAL
VOLUME
00h (low volume) ∼ 24h (high volume)
MUTE
BRIGHT
00h=mute off, 01h=mute on
00h 00h 00h (dark) ∼ 00h 00h 24h (bright)
CONTRAST
00h 00h 00h (low) ∼ 00h 00h 24h (strong)
COLOR
00h 00h 00h (pale) ∼ 00h 00h 24h (dense)
TINT
00h 00h 00h (reddish) ∼ 00h 00h 24h (greenish)
SHARPNESS
00h 00h 00h (soft) ∼ 00h 00h 24h (sharp)
H.PHASE
00h 00h 00h ∼ 00h 00h 24h
H.POSIT
00h 00h 00h 01h (Right) moves one step
00h 00h 00h 7Fh (Left) moves one step
H.SIZE
00h 00h 00h 01h (Large) moves two step
00h 00h 00h 7Fh (Small) moves two step
V.POSIT
COLOR BALANCE R
00h 00h 00h 01h (Up) moves one step
00h 00h 00h 7Fh (Down) moves one step
00h 00h 00h (Light red) ∼ 00h 00h 24h (Dark red)
COLOR BALANCE B
00h 00h 00h (Light blue) ∼ 00h 00h 24h (Dark blue)
AUTO ADJUST
00h (AUTO ADJUST (Play)), 07h (AUTO ADJUST (stop))
BLANK
0Xh=blanking off, 1Xh=blanking on
X=8 Black, X=9 Blue, X=F White
MAGNIFY
00h=normal display, 01h=zoom Magnify display or Magnify ratio up.
7Fh=zoom ratio down
FREEZE
00h=normal display, 01h=still image display
The command code configuration consists of a 2-byte command and the following data.
• The first byte of a command indicates the command type with 3 bits on the MSB side and the data length
with 4 bits on the LSB side.
Projector - computer
Computer - projector
‘0xH’ : Error code
‘2xH’ : inquiry code
‘1xH’ : response code
‘3xH’ : setting code
‘70H’ : frame error code
‘4xH’ : default setting code
‘x’ indicates the data length (example: x=2 means a 2-byte command).
• The second byte of a command indicates the command contents.
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Connection to the control signal terminal (continued)
Requesting projector status
(1) Send the request code ‘20H’ + ‘yyH’ from the computer to the projector.
(2) The projector returns the response code ‘1xH’ + ‘yyH’ +data to the computer.
Changing the projector settings
(1) Send the setting code ‘3xH’ + ‘yyH’ +data from the computer to the projector.
(2) The projector changes the setting based on the above setting code.
(3) The projector returns the response code ‘1xH’ + ‘yyH’ +data to the computer.
Caution
The response data in (3) above need not match the setting data in (1).
For example, when the projector cannot set the setting data in (1), the projector may set the
closest value. That value will be used as the response data in (3). Or else the projector will
return the error code ‘0xH’ + ‘yyH’ +data.
Using the projector default settigns
(1) The computer sends the default setting code ‘40H’ + ‘yyH’ to the projector.
(2) The projector changes the specified setting to the default value.
(3) The projector returns the default value with the response code ‘1xH’ + ‘yyH’ =data.
When a command sent by the projector cannot be understood by the computer
(1) The computer sends the command code ‘3xH’ , ‘4xH’ or ‘4xH’ + ‘yyH’ +data to the projector.
(2) When the command sent by the projector cannot be understood, the error command ‘00H’ + ‘yyH’ is
returned by the computer.
When data sent by the projector cannot be understood
(1) The computer sends the command code ‘3xH’ , ‘4xH’ or ‘4xH’ + ‘yyH’ +data to the projector.
(2) When the command sent by the projector cannot be understood, the the error code ‘0xH’ +‘yyH’ +data is
returned.
When the data length is greater than indicated by the data length code, the projector will ignore the excess data code.
Conversely, when the data length is shorter than indicated by the data length code, an error code will be
returned to the projector.
When a frame error occurs
Repeats 10 times per second until there is some sort of response to the error code 70H + 70H.
When the interval between bytes in one command is 500ms or greater
When a command or data is not sent within 500ms after the command code ‘2xH’ , ‘3xH’ or ‘4xH’ is sent by
the computer, the error command ‘70H’ +‘70H’ will be returned as soon as the 500ms elapses. After this, if
there is no response within 1 sec., a frame error will occur.
Caution
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• Operation cannot be guaranteed when the projector receives an undefined command or data.
• Provide an interval of at least 40ms between the response code and any other code.
Example of system setup
Computer
(notebook type)
AC input
1
RGB IN
2
S-VIDEO IN
VIDEO IN
CONTROL
RGB OUT
AUDIO IN
L
MONO
R
AUDIO IN
1
2
AUDIO
OUT
USB
Computer
(desktop type)
Video tape recorder with S jack
Video tape recorder
Speaker (with built-in amp)
Caution
Display monitor
Turn power off to all devices before connecting.
Refer to the instruction manual of each device before connecting.
Cleaning the Air filter
Clean the air filter about every 100 hours .
1
Turn off the MAIN POWER switch of the projector and
pull out the power cord.
2
Remove the front air filter.
Filter
Model
Air Filter
MU00831
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Cleaning the Air filter (continued)
3
4
Cleaning the air filter with a vacuum cleaner
Installing the air filter
Caution
When the air filter becomes clogged with dust, etc., the projector power may turn off to
prevent the internal heat level rising.
Do not operate the projector with the air filter removed.
Lamp
The light source lamp has a service life.
When used for an extended time, the images may become darker and the colors may deteriorate.
A malfunction could occur if the projector is used in this condition, so replace the lamp with a new one.
The following indicator or a message which appears when the power is turned on will indicate when the lamp
should be replaced.
At such time, it is necessary to replace the lamp with a new one. For lamp replacement, please contact your
dealer or service company.
Caution
The indicator lamp will also light red when the lamp unit overheats. In such case, turn off the
main power switch, wait for a while (approx. 20 min.) and then turn the power on again. If the
indicator lamp lights red again when the power is turned on, contact your dealer or service
company.
Message table
Screen displays
The following messages are displayed on the screen.
CHANGE THE LAMP“CALL
A MAINTENANCE PERSON”
The total lamp usage time is nearing the service life of the lamp. Replace whith a new lamp.
The lamp will turn off automatically when the lamp replacement time has been exceeded. *1
“CHANGE THE LAMP”
“CALL
A MAINTENANCE PERSON”
“THE POWER WILL
TURN OFF AFTER * hr.”
The total lamp time is nearing the lamp replacement time. After (*) hours, the lamp will turn
off. Quickly replace with a new lamp. *1
Blinking of
“CHANGE THE LAMP”
*Indicates the number of hours until the lamp turns off automatically.
The total lamp time has exceeded the replacement time. The lamp will blink for
approximately 10 min. and then turn off automatically. Replace with a new lamp.
NO INPUT IS DETECTED
There is no signal input (refer to pages 22, 23).
SYNC IS OUT OF RANGE
The current horizontal or vertical frequency cannot be used by this projector (refer to pages 23, 24).
*1 This display will disappear after 3min. but will reappear when the power is turned on again.
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Message table (continued)
Indicators
The POWER indicator, LAMP indicator and TEMP indicator light or blink in the following cases.
POWER
indicator
LAMP
indicator
TEMP
indicator
Lights orange
Turns off
Turns off
Standby status
Flashes green
Turns off
Turns off
Warming up
Lights green
Turns off
Turns off
Operation status *1
Flashes orange
Turns off
Turns off
Cool down
Message
Processing
Lights red
Lights red
Turns off
Wait some time (approx. 20 min.) before
turning the power on again. If the
The lamp does not light. *2
indicator still lights, the lamp may have
failed and. Replace with a new lamp.
Lights red
Flashes red
Turns off
A lamp has not been inserted Firmly insert the lamp as far as possible
or the lamp cover is missing. and screw the lamp cover in place.
Lights red
Turns off
Flashes red
The cooling fan is not operating. Contact your dealer.
Flashes red
Flashes red
Turns off
The total lamp time has
Contact your dealer.
exceeded the replacement time.
When the LAMP or TEMP indicator lights or flashes, turn off the MAIN POWER switch before proceeding. If the problem still persists, contact your
dealer or service company.
*1: When the cooling fan is stopped and the interior becomes overheated, the power will turn off automatically to allow cooling (the indicator will turn
off). In such cases, turn off the projector power, allow the set to cool and then turn the projector power on again. The lamp will then light. If the lamp
does not light, contact your dealer or service company.
*2: In some cases, when the air holes becomes blocked and the interior temperature rises, the lamp will be turned off for protection and the LAMP
indicator will flash red. In such cases, turn off the MAIN POWER switch, allow the set to cool (for approx. 20 min.) and then turn the power on again.
When you think something wrong
Before requesting repair, check in accordance with the following chart. If the situation cannot be corrected, then
contact your dealer.
Possible cause
Symptom
Remedy
Page
The power is not
turned on.
•The main power switch is not turned on.
•The power cord is disconnected.
•Turn on the main power switch.
•Plug the power cord into an AC power outlet.
P.13
P.9
No video or audio.
•The input is not correctly set.
•Use the projector or remote control to set.
•No signal input.
•Connect correctly.
P.8,10,
13,19
P.9,31
•The projector is not correctly connected.
•The volume is seet to minimum.
P.9,31
P.10,18
•Mute is turned on.
•Audio is switched to Video when P in P is on.
•Connect correctly.
•Press VOLUME + on the remote control or display
the menu screen and adjust the volume.
•Press the MUTE button.
•Displays the Volume bar and switches the Audio input.
Audio is present but
no video.
•The projector is not correctly connected.
•The brightness adjustment knob is rotated
fully clockwise.
•The lens cap is still on.
•Connect correctly.
•Select BRIGHT with the MENU button and then
press the (
) key.
•Remove the lens cap.
P.9,31
P.17
Colors are pale and
color matching is poor.
Color density and color matching are not
correctly adjusted.
Adjust the video.
P.18
Images are dark.
•Brightness and contrast are not correctly adjusted.
•The lamp is nearing the end of its service life.
•Adjust the video.
•Replace with a new lamp.
P.18
P.32
Video is blurred.
Focus or H PHASE is out of adjustment.
Adjust the focus or H PHASE.
P.13,18
The LAMP indicator
lights red.
Lamp failure.
Wait approximately 20 min. and then turn the
power on again.
P.33
The TEMP indicator
lights red.
Internal overheating.
•Make sure the ventilation openings are not blocked.
•Clean the air filter.
•Lower the ambient temperature to 35 degrees C or less.
P.31,32
Video is present but
no audio.
P.8,10
P.10
P.13
A bright dot may be seen in the picture. This is a phenomenon peculiar to the liquid crystal and is not a problem.
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Specifications
· These specifications are subject to change without notice.
Product name
Liquid crystal projector
Model
CP-X960W/E
Display method
Three liquid crystal panels, three primary color system.
Liquid crystal
Panel size
3.3 cm (1.3 type)
panel
Drive system
TFT active matrix
Number of pixels 786,432 pixels ( 768 horizontal × 1,024 vertical)
Lens
Zoom lens F=1.7~2.3 f=49~64mm
Lamp
190w UHB
Speaker
1.2W + 1.2W (Stereo)
Power supply
AC100 ~ 120V, 3.7A / AC220 ~ 240V, 1.5A.
Power consumption
320W
Operating temperature range
0 ~ 35˚C
Size
11" ( W ) × 5" ( H ) × 14" ( D )
Weight (mass)
13 lbs
VIDEO signal input jacks
S VIDEO: mini DIN 4-pin jack
VIDEO: RCA jack
AUDIO: RCA jack
RGB signal input/output jacks
RGB signals: D-sub 15-pin shrink jack
Audio: stereo mini-jack
CONTROL signal jack
D-sub 15-pin shrink jack
Dimensional Diagram
14"
Unit: inches
3"
5"
11"
1"
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About the warranty and after-service
About the warranty
A warranty is provided for this product. Fill in the necessary items and store in a safe place.
About after-service
When a problem occurs, please check first using the Troubleshooting Chart provided in this instruction manual.
If the problem still persists, contact your dealer or service company.
About repairs during the warranty period
Repairs will be made as described in the warranty.
For details, please read the warranty.
Repairs after the warranty period has elapsed
Paid repairs will be made if desired in the event that the function can be restored by such repairs.
Parts will be made available for a minimum period of 8 years.
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