Optoma TX773 User's Manual

Optoma TX773 User's Manual
Table of Contents
Table of Contents.......................................................................................... 1
Usage Notice................................................................................................. 2
Precautions...........................................................................................................2
Introduction................................................................................................... 4
Product Features...................................................................................................4
Package Overview................................................................................................5
Product Overview..................................................................................................6
Main Unit.........................................................................................................................6
Control Panel..................................................................................................................7
Connection Ports............................................................................................................8
Remote Control with Mouse Function and Laser Pointer...............................................9
Installation................................................................................................... 10
Connecting the Projector.....................................................................................10
Connect the Computer/Notebook.................................................................................10
Connect the Video........................................................................................................ 11
Powering On/Off the Projector............................................................................12
Powering On the Projector............................................................................................12
Powering Off the projector............................................................................................13
Warning Indicator..........................................................................................................13
Adjusting the Projected Image............................................................................14
Adjusting the Projector Image Height...........................................................................14
Adjusting the Projector Zoom / Focus...........................................................................15
Adjusting Projected Image Size....................................................................................15
User Controls.............................................................................................. 16
Control Panel & Remote Control.........................................................................16
On-Screen Display Menus..................................................................................19
How to Operate . ..........................................................................................................19
Menu Tree.....................................................................................................................20
Image-I . .......................................................................................................................21
Image-II . ......................................................................................................................23
Colour Adjustment.........................................................................................................25
Language......................................................................................................................25
Management.................................................................................................................26
Lamp Setting.................................................................................................................29
Appendices................................................................................................. 30
Troubleshooting...................................................................................................30
Replacing the Lamp............................................................................................34
Compatibility Modes............................................................................................35
RS232 Commands..............................................................................................36
Ceiling Mount Installation....................................................................................37
Optoma Global Offices........................................................................................38
Regulation & Safety notices................................................................................40
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Usage Notice
Precautions
Follow all warnings, precautions and maintenance as recommended in this user’s guide to maximize the life of your unit.
Warning- Do not look into the projector’s lens when the lamp is
on. The bright light may hurt your eyes.
Warning- To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose
this product to rain or moisture.
Warning- Please do not open or disassemble the product as this
may cause electric shock.
Warning- When changing the lamp, please allow unit to cool
down, and follow all changing instructions.
Warning- This product will detect the life of the lamp itself. Please be sure to change the lamp when it shows warning messages.
Warning- Reset the “Reset Lamp Hours” function from the On
Screen Display “Lamp Setting” menu after replacing the
lamp module (refer to page 29).
Warning- When switching the projector off, please ensure the
projector completes its cooling cycle before disconnecting power.
Warning- Turn on the projector first and then the signal sources.
Warning- Do not use lens cap when projector is in operation.
Warning- When the lamp reaches the end of its life, it will burn
out and may make a loud popping sound. If this happens, the projector will not turn back on until the lamp
module has been replaced. To replace the lamp, follow
the procedures listed under “Replacing the Lamp”. (see
page 34)
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Usage Notice
Do:
 Turn off the product before cleaning.
 Use a soft cloth moistened with mild detergent to clean the
display housing.
 Disconnect the power plug from AC outlet if the product is not
being used for a long period of time.
Don’t:
 Block the slots and openings on the unit provided for ventilation.
 Use abrasive cleaners, waxes or solvents to clean the unit.
 Use under the following conditions:
- In extremely hot, cold or humid environments.
- In areas susceptible to excessive dust and dirt.
- Near any appliance that generates a strong magnetic field.
- In direct sunlight.
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Introduction
Product Features
Congratulations and thank you for choosing an Optoma
digital projector. This product is a XGA single chip
0.7” DLP® projector. Outstanding features include:
 True XGA, 1024 x 768 addressable pixels
 Texas Instruments Single chip DLP® Technology
 NTSC/NTSC4.43/PAL/PAL-M/PAL-N/SECAM and
HDTV compatible (480i/p, 576i/p, 720p, 1080i)
 Multi-Auto functions: Auto detection, Automatic saving
of user adjustments
 Fully featured IR remote control with laser pointer
 User friendly multilingual on screen menu
 Advanced digital keystone correction and high quality
full screen image re-scaling
 User friendly control panel
 One built-in speaker with 3-Watt amplifier
 Multiple for Audio inputs
 SXGA, SXGA+ compression and SVGA, VGA re-sizing
 Macintosh compatible
 DVI support (HDCP compliant)
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Introduction
Package Overview
This projector comes with all the items shown below. Check to
make sure your unit is complete. Contact your dealer immediately if anything is missing.
 Due to the difference in applications
for each country,
some regions may
have different accessories.
Projector with lens cap
Power Cord 1.8m
VGA Cable 1.8m
S-Video Cable 1.8m
(available in European
region only)
USB Cable 1.8m
Wireless Remote
Controller
2 x AA Batteries
Composite Video Cable
1.8m (available in USA
and ASIA regions only)
SCART VGA/S-Video
Adaptor
(Optional Accessory )
Documents :
 User’s Guide
 Quick Start Card
 Warranty Card
 Quick Troubleshooting Guide
 WEEE Card
Carrying Case
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Introduction
Product Overview
Main Unit
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Control Panel
Zoom Lever
Focus Ring
Elevator Button (one on each side)
Elevator Foot
IR Receivers
Power Button
Power Socket
Connection Ports
Introduction
Control Panel
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Lamp Indicator LED
Temp Indicator LED
Power/Standby LED
Menu (On/Off)
Enter
IR Receiver
Keystone +/Four Directional Select Keys
Re-Sync
Source Select
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Connection Ports
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1. DVI-D Input Connector (PC Digital/HDTV/HDCP Input)
2. VGA1-In Connector (PC Analog signal/HDTV/Component
Video Input)
3. Audio Input Connector (For DVI-D or VGA1-In)
4. S-Video Input Connector
5. Audio Input Connector (For S-Video)
6. Composite Video Input Connector
7. Audio Input Connector (For Composite)
8. Audio Output Connector
9. RS232 Connector
10. USB Connector (Connect to PC for Remote Mouse function)
11. KensingtonTM Lock Port
12. Audio Input Connector (For VGA2-In SCART)
13. VGA2-In SCART Connector (PC Analog signal/HDTV/
Component Video Input)
14. Monitor Loop-through Output Connector
15. Power Socket
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Remote Control with Mouse Function and
Laser Pointer
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Power
Re-Sync
Keystone Correction
Display Format
Mouse
Mouse Right Click
Page Up
Page Down
Four Directional Select
Keys
Enter
S-Video Source
Composite Video
Source
DVI Source
Source Lock
Button LED
Laser Button
AV Mute
Freeze
Display Mode
Mouse Left Click
Zoom In
Zoom Out
Clear
Menu
VGA1 Source
VGA2 Source
Number Buttons
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Installation
Connecting the Projector
Connect the Computer/Notebook
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RS232
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DVD Player, Settop Box,
HDTV receiver
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RGB
USB
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Video Output
S-Video Output
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Audio Output (For Active Speakers)
 Due to the difference in applications
for each country,
some regions may
have different accessories.
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1...............................................................................................................Power Cord
2.....................................................................................................DVI to DVI Cable
3................................................................................................. VGA to VGA Cable
4................................................................................................... Audio Input Cable
5................................................................................................................. USB Cable
6................................................................................................Audio Output Cable
Installation
Connect the Video
Video Output
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Audio Output
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S-Video Output
DVD Player, Set-top Box,
HDTV receiver
 Due to the difference in applications
for each country,
some regions may
have different accessories.
1...............................................................................................................Power Cord
2........................................................................ RCA Component Cable for YPbPr
3............................................................................ SCART VGA/S-Video Adaptor
4.......................................................................................... Composite Video Cable
5................................................................................................... Audio Input Cable
6................................................................................................Audio Output Cable
7........................................................................................................... S-Video Cable
8................................................................................................. VGA to VGA Cable
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Installation
Powering On/Off the Projector
Powering On the Projector
1. Remove the lens cap. 
2. Ensure that the power cord and signal cable are securely
connected. The Power LED will turn red.
3. Turn on the lamp by pressing “Power/Standby” button on
the control panel. And the Power LED will turn green.
4. Turn on your source (computer, notebook, video player,
etc.). The projector will detect your source automatically
within “Management” menu; check that “Source Lock” has
been set to “Auto”.
 If you connect multiple sources at the same time, use the
“Source” button on the control panel or direct source key on
remote control to switch.
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Power/Standby
 Turn on the projector first and then
the signal sources.
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Lens Cap
Installation
Powering off the projector
1. Press the “Power/Standby” button to turn off the projector
lamp; you will see a message
displayed on the projector’s screen. Press the “Power/Standby” button again to confirm, otherwise the message will
disappear after 5 seconds.
2. The cooling fans continue to operate for about 30 seconds for
cooling cycle and the Power LED will flash red. When the
Power LED stops flashing, the projector has entered standby
mode.
Once in standby mode, simply press “Power/Standby” button to restart the projector.
3. Disconnect the power cord from the electrical outlet and the
projector.
4. Do not turn on the projector immediately following a power
off procedure.
Warning Indicator
 When the “TEMP” indicator turns red, it indicates the projector has overheated. The projector will automatically shut
itself down.  When the “LAMP” indicator turns red, it indicates a problem with the lamp. Turn off the projector and disconnect the
power cord from the electrical outlet, then contact your local
dealer or our service center. See page 38.
 When the “LAMP” indicator flashes red, it indicates the
fan has failed. Stop using the projector and disconnect the
power cord from the electrical outlet, then contact your local
dealer or our service center. See page 38.
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Installation
Adjusting the Projected Image
Adjusting the Projector Image Height
The projector is equipped with elevator feet for adjusting the
image height.
To raise the image:
1. Press the elevator button .
2. Raise the image to the desired height angle , then release
the button to lock the elevator foot into position.
3. Use screw in feet  to fine-tune the display angle.
To lower the image:
1. Press the elevator button.
2. Lower the image, then release the button to lock the elevator foot into position.
3. Use screw in feet  to fine-tune the display angle.
 See page 26 for
Keystone Correction.
Elevator Button
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Elevator Foot
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Tilt Adjusting Feet
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Adjusting the Projector Zoom / Focus
You may turn the zoom lever to zoom in or out. To focus
the image, rotate the focus ring until the image is clear. The
projector will focus at distances from 4.9 to 40.0 feet (1.5 to
12.2 meters).
Zoom Lever
Focus Ring
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Height
Adjusting Projection Image Size
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Width
36.9"
(93.8cm)
30.8"
(78.1cm)
123.0"
(312.5cm)
73.8"
(187.5cm)
102.5"
(260.4cm)
61.5"
(156.3cm)
172.2"
(437.5cm)
143.5"
(364.6cm)
221.5"
(562.5cm)
184.5"
(468.8cm)
300.2"
(762.5cm)
250.2"
(635.4cm)
Hd
4.9'(1.5m)
9.8'(3.0m)
16.4'(5.0m)
23.0'(7.0m)
29.5'(9.0m)
40.0'(12.2m)
Screen
(Diagonal)
Max.
36.9”(93.8cm)
73.8”(187.5cm)
123.0”(312.5cm)
172.2”(437.5cm)
221.5”(562.5cm)
Min.
30.8”(78.1cm)
61.5”(156.3cm)
102.5”(260.4cm)
143.5”(364.6cm)
184.5”(468.8cm)
250.2”(635.4cm)
Screen
Max.
29.52”x 22.14”
59.04” x 44.28”
98.4” x 73.8”
137.76” x 103.32”
177.20” x 132.90”
240.16” x 180.12”
(WxH)
75.0 x 56.3cm
150.0 x 112.5cm
250.0 x 187.5cm
350.0 x 262.5cm
450.0 x 337.5cm
610.0 x 457.5cm
Size
Min.
24.64” x 18.48”
49.20” x 36.90”
82.0” x 61.5”
114.8” x 86.1”
147.6” x 110.7”
200.16” x 150.12”
(WxH)
62.5 x 46.9cm
125.0 x 93.8cm
208.3 x 156.2cm
291.7 x 218.8cm
375.0 x 281.3cm
508.3 x 381.2cm
Max.
3.32” (8.4cm)
6.64” (16.9cm)
11.07” (28.1cm)
15.50” (39.4cm)
19.94” (50.6cm)
27.02” (68.6cm)
Min.
2.77” (7.0cm)
5.54” (14.1cm)
9.23” (23.4cm)
12.92” (32.8cm)
16.61” (42.2cm)
22.52” (57.2cm)
4.9’ (1.5m)
9.8’ (3.0m)
16.4’ (5.0m)
22.3’ (7.0m)
29.5’ (9.0m)
40.0’ (12.2m)
Hd
Distance
This graph is for user’s reference only.
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300.2”(762.5cm)
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User Controls
Control Panel & Remote Control
There are two ways for you to control the functions: Remote
Control and Control Panel.
Control Panel
Remote Control
Using the Control Panel
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Power
Refer to the “Power On/Off the Projector” section
on pages 12-13.
Source
Press “Source” to select an input signal.
Menu
Turns the menu On or Off.
Four Directional Select
Keys
Use
Enter
Confirm your item selection.
Keystone
Adjusts image distortion caused by tilting the
projector (±16 degrees).
Re-Sync
Automatically synchronizes the projector to the
input source.
to navigate through the menus.
User Controls
Using the Remote Control
Power
Refer to the “Power On/Off the Projector” section
on pages 12-13.
Re-Sync
Automatically synchronizes the projector to the
input source.
Keystone
Adjusts image distortion caused by tilting the
projector (±16 degrees).
Display
Format
Display the “Display Format” section of the onscreen display menu to select the desired aspect
ratio.
Laser Button
Aim the remote at the viewing screen, press and
hold this button to activate the laser pointer.
AV Mute
Momentarily turns off the audio and video.
Freeze
Press “Freeze” to pause the screen image.
Display Mode
Select the display mode from PC, Photo, Video,
Cinema, sRGB and User.
Mouse Control
Use this button to navigate the mouse on the
page.
Mouse Right
Click
Mouse right click.
Mouse Left
Click
Mouse left click.
Page Up
Use this button to page up.
Page Down
Use this button to page down.
Zoom In
Zoom in to magnify the image.
Zoom Out
Zoom out to reduce the image.
Four Directional Select
Keys
Use
Menu
Display or exits the on-screen display menus for
projector.
Clear
Clear your selection.
Enter
Confirm your item selection.
Source Lock
Select auto detection all connector ports or lock
current connector port.
to navigate through the menus.
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Video
Choose composite video source.
S-Video
Choose S-video source.
VGA1
Choose primary VGA-In source.
VGA2
Choose secondary VGA-In source or SCART
source.
DVI
Choose DVI-D source.
User Controls
On Screen Display Menus
The Projector has multilingual On Screen Display menus that
allow you to make image adjustments and change a variety of
settings. The projector will automatically detect the source.
How to Operate
1. To open the OSD menu, press “Menu” on the Remote Control or
Control Panel.
2. When OSD is displayed, use keys to select any item in the
main menu. While making a selection on a particular page, press
key to enter sub menu.
3. Use keys to select the desired item and adjust the settings
by
key. 4. Select the next item to be adjusted in the sub menu and adjust as
described above. 5. Press “Menu” to confirm, and the screen will return to the main
menu.
6. To exit, press “Menu” again. The OSD menu will close and the
projector will automatically save the new settings.
Main Menu
Sub Menu
Setting
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User Controls
Menu Tree
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User Controls
Image-I
Display Mode
There are many factory presets optimized for various types of images.
 Presentation: Good colour and brightness from PC input.
 Bright: Maximum brightness from PC input.
 Video: Pleasing video.
 Cinema: High contrast and colour accuracy.
 sRGB: Standardised accurate colour.
 User: User’s own settings.
Brightness
Adjust the brightness of the image.
 Press the
to darken image.
 Press the
Contrast
to lighten the image.
The contrast controls the degree of difference between the lightest
and darkest parts of the picture. Adjusting the contrast changes the
amount of black and white in the image.
 Press the to decrease the contrast.
 Press the to increase the contrast.
White Peaking
Use the white peaking control to set the white peaking level of
DMD chip. 0 stands for minimal peaking, and 10 stands for maximum peaking. If you prefer a brighter image, adjust towards the
maximum setting. For a smooth and more natural image, adjust
towards the minimum setting.
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Colour Temp.
Adjusts the colour temperature. At higher temperature, the screen
looks colder; at lower temperature, the screen looks warmer.
Saturation
Adjusts a video image from black and white to fully saturated
colour.
 Press the to decrease the amount of saturation in the image.
 Press the to increase the amount of saturation in the image.
Sharpness
Adjusts the sharpness of the image.
 “Saturation” and
“De-interlace”
functions are only
supported under
Video mode.
 Press the
 Press the
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to increase the sharpness.
De-interlace
This function converts an interlaced video signal into progressive
signal.
 On: Automatically switch the mode of Deinterlace.
 Off: Switch Deinterlace mode to video mode for video source or
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to decrease the sharpness.
TV source.
User Controls
Image-II
Frequency
“Frequency” changes the display data frequency to match the frequency of your computer’s graphic card. If you experience a vertical
flickering bar, use this function to make an adjustment.
 “Frequency”,
“Phase”, “Hor.
position” and “Ver.
position” functions
are only supported
under Computer
mode.
Phase
“Phase” synchronizes the signal timing of the display with the
graphic card. If you experience an unstable or flickering image, use
this function to correct it.
Hor. Position (Horizontal Position)
 Press the to move the image left.
 Press the to move the image right.
Ver. Position (Vertical Position)
 Press the to move the image down.
 Press the to move the image up.
Degamma
This allows you to choose a degamma table that has been fine-tuned
to bring out the best image quality for the input.
Aspect Ratio
Use this function to choose your desired aspect ratio.
 4:3 : The input source will be scaled to fit the projection screen.
 16:9 : The input source will be scaled to fit the width of the
screen.
 LetterBox: This format is for non-16x9, letterbox source and for
users who use external 16x9 lens to display 2.35:1 aspect ratio
using full resolution.
 Window: When a 4:3 image is bigger than a 16:9 screen, select
the “Window” mode to fit the image onto the screen without
changing the projection distance.
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Display area
Picture area
Input Signal
Display on Screen
Ver. Shift (16:9)
 Ver. Shift (16:9):
Image Position at
window mode will
also be moved accordingly.
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Adjust the image position up or down, when you select the aspect
ratio of 16:9.
 Press the
 Press the
to move the image down.
to move the image up.
User Controls
Colour
Adjustment
Colour Adjustment
Adjust the Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Cyan and Magenta colors for
advanced adjustment of the individual colors.
Language
Language
Choose the multilingual OSD menu. Use the your preferred language.
or
key to select
Press “Enter” to finalize the selection.
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User Controls
Management
Menu Location
Choose the menu location on the display screen.
Projection

Front-Desktop
The factory default setting.

Rear-Desktop
When you select this function, the projector reverses the image
so you can project from behind a translucent screen.

Front-Ceiling
When you select this function, the projector turns the image
upside down for ceiling-mounted projection.

Rear-Ceiling
When you select this function, the projector reverses and turns
the image upside down. You can project from behind a translucent screen with ceiling mounted projection.
Keystone (Keystone Correction)
Adjusts image distortion caused by tilting projector. (±16 degrees)
Source Lock
 Auto: The projector will search for other signals if the current
input signal is lost.
 Lock: The projector will search specified connection port.
Zoom
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 Press the
 Press the
to reduce the size of an image.
to magnify an image on the projection screen.
User Controls
Reset
Return the adjustments and settings to the factory default values.
 Execute: Returns the settings for all menus to factory default
values.
 Cancel: Cancel the revised settings.
Management
High Altitude
Choose “On” to turn on High Altitude mode. Operates the fans at
full speed continuously to allow for proper high altitude cooling of
the projector. Volume
 Press
 Press
Treble
to decrease the volume.
to increase the volume.
The treble setting controls the higher frequencies of your audio
source.
 Press
 Press
Bass
to decrease the treble.
to increase the treble.
The bass setting controls the lower frequencies of your audio
source.
 Press to decrease the bass.
 Press to increase the bass.
Projector ID
Allows RS232 control of an individual projector. Range 01-99.
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User Controls
Security
 Security Timer: Can be select the time (month/day/hour) function to set the number of hours the projector can be used. Once
the time has elapsed you will be requested to enter your password again.
 Change Password
Use number buttons to select your password, and then press
“Enter” key to confirm your selection.
1. Scroll down to highlight Change Password, and press “Enter”
to input old password.
2. The Password is 4 digits, DEFAULT VALUE is “0000” (first
time).
3. Enter new Password (4 digits) and press “Enter”.
4. Enter new Password again to confirm and press “Enter”.
 Security
■ Enable: Choose “Enable” to use security verification when the
turning on the projector.
■ Disable: Choose “Disable“ to be able to switch on the projector
without password verification.
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User Controls
Lamp Setting
Projection Hours
Displays the projection time.
Lamp Hours
Displays the cumulative lamp operating time.
Reset Lamp Hours
Resets the lamp life hour counter after replacing the lamp.
Lamp Reminder
Choose this function to show or to hide the warning message
when the changing lamp message is displayed. The message will
appear 30 hours before end of life.
STD Mode
Choose “On” to dim the projector lamp which will lower power
consumption and extend the lamp life by up to 130%. Choose
”Off” to return to BRIGHT mode.
Auto Power Off
Sets the countdown timer interval. The countdown timer will start,
when there is no signal being sent to the projector. Then projector
will automatically power off when the countdown has finished.
Sleep Timer
Sets the countdown timer interval. The timer will begin, with
or without a signal input. Then the projector will automatically
power off then the sleep timer countdown has finished.
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Appendices
Troubleshooting
If you experience trouble with the projector, refer to the following information. If the problem persists, please contact your
local reseller or service center, see page 38 for details.
Problem: No image appears on screen
 Ensure all the cables and power connections are correctly and
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securely connected as described in the “Installation” section.
Ensure the pins of connectors are not crooked or broken.
Check if the projection lamp has been securely installed. Please
refer to the “Replacing the lamp” section.
Make sure you have removed the lens cap and the projector is
switched on.
 Ensure that the “AV Mute” feature is not turned on.
Problem: Left of right edge of the image is missing or the image is unstable or noisy
 Press “Re-Sync” on the remote control or press “Re-Sync” on control panel.
 If you are using a PC:
For Windows 3.x:
1. In the Windows Program Manager, double click the “Windows
Setup” icon in the Main group.
2. Verify that your display resolution setting is less than or equal
to 1400 x 1050.
For Windows 95, 98, 2000, XP:
1. From the “My Computer” icon, open the “Control Panel”
folder, and double click the “Display” icon.
2. Select the “Settings” tab.
3. Click on the “Advanced Properties” button.
If the projector is still not projecting the whole image, you will
also need to change the monitor display you are using. Refer to
the following steps.
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4. Verify the resolution setting is less than or equal to 1400 x 1050
resolution.
Appendices
5. Select the “Change” button under the “Monitor” tab.
6. Click on “Show all devices.” Next, select “Standard monitor
types” under the SP box; choose the resolution mode you need
under the “Models” box.
 If you are using a Notebook:
1. First, follow the steps above to adjust resolution of the computer.
2. Press the toggle output settings. example: [Fn]+[F4]
Compaq=> [Fn]+[F4]
Packard
Dell =>
[Fn]+[F8]
Hewlett => [Fn]+[F4]
Gateway=> [Fn]+[F4]
NEC=>
[Fn]+[F3]
IBM=>
[Fn]+[F7]
Toshiba => [Fn]+[F5]
Mac Apple:
System Preference-->Display-->Arrangement-->Mirror
display
 If you experience difficulty changing resolutions or your monitor
freezes, restart all equipment including the projector.
Problem: The screen of the Notebook or PowerBook computer
is not displaying a presentation
 If you are using a Notebook PC:
Some Notebook PCs may deactivate their own screens when a
second display device is in use. Each has a different way to be
reactivated. Refer to your computer’s documentation for detailed
information.
Problem: Image is unstable or flickering
 Use “Phase” to correct it.
 Change the monitor colour setting on your computer.
Problem: Image has vertical flickering bar
 Use “Frequency” to make an adjustment.
 Check and reconfigure the display mode of your graphic card to
make it compatible with the product.
Problem: Image is out of focus
 Adjusts the Focus Ring on the projector lens.
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 Make sure the projection screen is between distance 4.9 to 40.0 feet
(1.5 to 12.2 meters) from the projector. See page 15.
Problem: The image is stretched when displaying 16:9 DVD
The projector automatically detects 16:9 DVD and adjusts the aspect
ratio by digitizing to full screen with 4:3 default setting.
If the image is still stretched, you will also need to adjust the aspect
ratio by referring to the following:
 Please select 4:3 aspect ratio type on your DVD player if you are
playing a 16:9 DVD.
 If you can’t select 4:3 aspect ratio type on your DVD player, please
select 4:3 aspect ratio in the on screen menu.
Problem: Image is reversed
 Select “Management-->Projection” from the OSD and adjust the
projection direction.
Problem: Lamp burns out or makes a popping sound
 When the lamp reaches its end of life, it will burn out and may
make a loud popping sound. If this happens, the projector will not
turn on until the lamp module has been replaced. To replace the
lamp, follow the procedures in the “Replacing the Lamp”.
Problem: LED lighting message
Message
Power-LED
(Green)
(Red)
Temp-LED
Lamp-LED
Standby State
(Input power cord)
Warming
Flashing
Normal Mode
Cooling
Steady light =>
No light =>
Error (Lamp failed)
Error (Fan failed)
Error (Over Temp.)
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Flashing
Flashing
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Problem: Message Reminders
 Fan fail:
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Replacing the Lamp
The projector keeps track of the lamp usage. It will show you a
warning message
Warning: Lamp
compartment is hot! Allow 30 minutes
to cool down before
changing lamp!
When you see this message, change the lamp as soon as possible. Make sure the projector has cooled down for at least 30
minutes before changing the lamp.
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1
2
4
Lamp Replacement Procedure:
Warning: To
reduce the risk of
personal injury, do not
drop the lamp module
or touch the lamp bulb.
The bulb may shatter
and cause injury if it is
dropped.
1. Switch off the power to the projector by pressing the Power/
Standby button.
2. Allow the projector to cool down for at least 30 minutes.
3. Disconnect the power cord.
4. Use a screwdriver to remove the screws from the cover.
5. Push up and remove the cover.
6. Remove the 2 screws from the lamp module.
7. Pull out the lamp module. 
To replace the lamp module, reverse the previous steps.
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Compatibility Modes
(ANALOG)
(DIGITAL)
Mode
Resolution
V.Frequency
(Hz)
H.Frequency
(kHz)
V.Frequency
(Hz)
H.Frequency
(kHz)
VESA VGA
640 x 350
70
31.5
70
31.5
VESA VGA
640 x 350
85
37.9
85
37.9
VESA VGA
640 x 400
85
37.9
85
37.9
VESA VGA
640 x 480
60
31.5
60
31.5
VESA VGA
640 x 480
72
37.9
72
37.9
VESA VGA
640 x 480
75
37.5
75
37.5
VESA VGA
640 x 480
85
43.3
85
43.3
VESA VGA
720 x 400
70
31.5
70
31.5
VESA VGA
720 x 400
85
37.9
85
37.9
VESA SVGA
800 x 600
56
35.2
56
35.2
VESA SVGA
800 x 600
60
37.9
60
37.9
VESA SVGA
800 x 600
72
48.1
72
48.1
VESA SVGA
800 x 600
75
46.9
75
46.9
VESA SVGA
800 x 600
85
53.7
85
53.7
VESA XGA
1024 x 768
60
48.4
60
48.4
VESA XGA
1024 x 768
70
56.5
70
56.5
VESA XGA
1024 x 768
75
60.0
75
60.0
VESA XGA
1024 x 768
85
68.7
85
68.7
* VESA SXGA
1280 x 1024
60
63.98
60
63.98
* VESA SXGA
1280 x 1024
75
79.98
75
79.98
* VESA SXGA+
1400 x 1050
60
63.98
60
63.98
MAC LC 13”
640 x 480
66.66
34.98
***
***
MAC II 13”
640 x 480
66.68
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***
***
MAC 16”
832 x 624
74.55
49.725
***
***
MAC 19”
1024 x 768
75
60.24
***
***
* MAC
1152 x 870
75.06
68.68
***
***
MAC G4
640 x 480
60
31.35
***
***
i MAC DV
1024 x 768
75
60
***
***
* i MAC DV
1152 x 870
75
68.49
***
***
* i MAC DV
1280 x 960
75
75
***
***
Remark : “*”compressed computer
image.
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RS232 Commands
RS232 Connector
VGA-In Connector
3
1
2
Pin no.
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Name
I/O (From Projector Side
1
TXD
OUT
2
RXD
IN
3
GND
__
5
4
10
9
8
15
14
13
Pin no.
1
3
2
7
12
Spec.
R(RED)/Cr
2
G(GREEN)/Y
3
B(BLUE)/Cb
4
GND
5
GND
6
GND
7
GND
8
GND
9
DDC 5V
10
GND
11
GND
12
DDC Date
13
HD/CS
14
VD
15
DDC Clock
1
6
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Ceiling Mount Installation
1. To prevent damaging your projector, please use the ceiling
mount package for installation.
2. If you wish to use a third party ceiling mount kit, please
ensure the screws used to attached a mount to the projector
meet the following specifications:
82.00
94.7
15.6
67.08
Max. / Min.
204.50/ 254.50
347.3
124.29
47.00
1.00
53.33
Warning:
1. If you buy the ceiling
mount from another
manufacturer, please
ensure that there is at
least 10cm distance between the bottom cover
of the projector and the
ceiling.
2. Avoid placing the
projector near sources
of heat such as airconditioning units and
heaters otherwise it
may overheat and shut
down automatically.
79.50
246.2
Please note that
damage resulting from
incorrect installation
will invalidate the warranty.
 Screw type: M3
 Maximum screw length: 10mm
 Minimum screw length: 7.5mm
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Optoma Global Offices
For service or support please contact your local office.
USA
715 Sycamore Drive
Milpitas, CA 95035, USA
www.optomausa.com
Tel : 408-383-3700
Fax : 408-383-3702
Service : [email protected]
Canada
5630 Kennedy Road, Mississauga,
ON, L4Z 2A9, Canada
Tel : 905-882-4228
www.optoma.com
Fax : 905-882-4229
Europe
42 Caxton Way, The Watford Business Park
Watford, Hertfordshire, WD18 8QZ, UK
Tel : +44 (0) 1923 691 800
www.optomaeurope.comm
Fax : +44 (0) 1923 691 888
Service Tel : +44 (0)1923 691865
Service : [email protected]
Taiwan
5F., No. 108, Minchiuan Rd.
Shindian City, Taipei Taiwan 231, R.O.C.
www.optoma.com.tw
Tel : +886-2-2218-2360
Fax : +886-2-2218-2313
Service : [email protected]
asia.optoma.com
Hong Kong
Room 2507, 25/F., China United Plaza,
No. 1008 Tai Nan West Street,
Tel : +852-2396-8968
Lai Chi Kok,
Fax : +852-2370-1222
Kowloon, Hong Kong
www.optoma.com.hk
China
5F, No. 1205, Kaixuan Rd.,
Changning District
Shanghai, 200052, China
Latin America
715 Sycamore Drive
Milpitas, CA 95035, USA
www.optoma.com.br
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Tel : +86-21-62947376
Fax : +86-21-62947375
www.optoma.com.cn
Tel : 408-383-3700
Fax : 408-383-3702
www.optoma.com.mx
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Optoma France
Batiment E Tel.: +33 1 41 46 12 20
81-83 avenue Edouard Vaillant Fax : +33 1 41 46 94 35
92517 Boulogne Billancourt, France Servicel : [email protected]
Optoma Deutschland
Werftstrasse 25 D40549 Düsseldorf, Germany Optoma Scandinavia
Grev Wedels Plass 2 3015 Drammen Norway Tel : +49 (0) 211 506 6670
Fax : +49 (0) 211 506 66799
Service : [email protected]
Tel : +47 32 26 89 90 Fax : +47 32 83 78 98
Service : [email protected]
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Regulation & safety notices
This appendix lists the general notices of your Projector.
FCC notice
This device has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class B digital device pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This device generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance
with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation. If this device does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by turning the device off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of
the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the device and receiver.
• Connect the device into an outlet on a circuit different
from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television
technician for help.
Notice: Shielded cables
All connections to other computing devices must be
made using shielded cables to maintain compliance with
FCC regulations.
Caution
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the
manufacturer could void the user’s authority, which is
granted by the Federal Communications Commission, to
operate this computer.
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Operation conditions
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.
Notice: Canadian users
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian
ICES-003.
Remarque à l’intention des utilisateurs
canadiens
Cet appareil numerique de la classe B est conforme a la norme
NMB-003 du Canada.
Declaration of Conformity for EU countries
• EMC Directive 89/336/EEC (including amendments)
• Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC (amended by 93/68/
EEC)
• R & TTE Directive 1999/EC (if product has RF function)
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