Philips cSmart Series User manual

Philips cSmart Series User manual
Philips multimedia projector
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1. Introduction
2. Things You Should Know
Table of contents
Note: This equipment has been tested to comply with the limits
for a class A digital device in accordance with Part 15 of
the FCC Rules as well as the European CE marking.
0. Controls and connections.....................................................2
1. Introduction............................................................................3
Table of contents .....................................................................3
Introduction .............................................................................3
Packaging contents .................................................................3
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.
2. Things You Should Know ....................................................3
3. Important Safeguards ...........................................................4
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in
a commercial environment.
4. Projector Features .................................................................5
5. Functional Overview ..........................................................6-7
Controls ...................................................................................6
Connections.............................................................................7
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
user’s guide, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications.
6. Set Up..................................................................................8-9
Positioning the projector and screen.......................................8
Mains supply ...........................................................................8
Adjusting the focus and size of the image..............................8
Adjusting the vertical and horizontal angle of the projector ....8
Moving the projector ...............................................................9
Transporting the projector .......................................................9
Inserting the batteries in the remote control ..........................9
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to
cause harmful interference in which case the user will be
required to correct the interference at his own expense.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct
the interference by one or more of the following measures:
– Reorientate or relocate the receiving antenna.
– Increase the distance between the equipment and receiver.
– Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different
from that to which the receiver is connected.
– Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for
help.
7. Installation ..................................................................... 10-14
Video/computer cables and adapter ......................................10
Connecting to a computer.....................................................11
Connecting to video equipment ............................................12
Connecting to Component-video equipment ........................13
Connecting to audio equipment ............................................14
Connecting to an external monitor ........................................14
8. Operation ....................................................................... 15-19
Preparation .......................................................................15-16
Display and Picture control...............................................16-18
Audio control .........................................................................18
Other settings........................................................................19
FCC Warning:
To assure continued compliance, use only the provided grounded
mains supply lead and shielded interface cables when
connecting this device to a computer. Also, any unauthorized
changes or modifications to this equipment could void the user’s
authority to operate this device.
9. Maintenance .................................................................. 20-22
Cleaning .................................................................................20
Cleaning the dustfilter ...........................................................20
Lamp......................................................................................21
Lamp replacement.................................................................21
Resetting the lamplife time ...................................................22
NOTE:
This Philips projector uses three LCD (Liquid Crystal Display)
panels.These panels contain a total of 1,440,000 (for SVGA
projectors) or 2,359,296 (for XGA projector) pixels. As with any
equipment, certain tolerances apply to the performance
specification of the product.
Your projector might have some inactive pixels - within
acceptable tolerances - which may result in illuminated or dark
dots on the picture screen. These inactive pixels will not affect
the overall picture quality or the life expectancy of the projector.
10. Troubleshooting...................................................................23
Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase of one of the most
sophisticated and reliable products on the market today. We are
sure that, used properly, it will bring you years of enjoyment. You
will want to keep this manual handy, as it is a convenient source
of information about your projector. For your own protection and
prolonged operation of your projector, please read the ‘Important
Safeguards’ section before use.
Important note for users in the U.S.A.
The responsible party of this multi media projector is the
following:
Packaging contents
Philips Consumer Electronics Company
One Philips Drive
Knoxville, TN 37914
Telephone (1888) 873-4672
Please confirm that the following items are packed in the
projector box. They are provided to help you use or set up your
projector.
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Mains lead
Audio/Video RCA cable
S-Video cable
Integrated VGA/USB cable
RCA/Jack adapter
Scart/RCA Audio Video adapter (not for USA version)
Remote control + batteries
Soft bag
User Guide, Projection Assistant and more on CD-ROM
Quick set up Card
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3. Important Safeguards
14. Do not overload wall sockets and extension leads with too
many products, because this can cause a fire or electric
shock.
15. Never push objects of any kind into the projector through
cabinet slots as they may touch dangerous voltage points or
short cut parts, which could result in a fire or electric shock.
16. Do not attempt to service the projector yourself other than
maintenance issues presented in chapter ‘Maintenance’.
Opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous
voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified
service personnel.
17. Unplug the projector from the wall socket and refer servicing
to qualified service personnel under the following conditions:
A. When the mains lead or plug is damaged or frayed.
B. If liquid has been spilled into the projector.
C. If the projector has been exposed to rain or water.
D. If the projector does not operate normally when you
follow the operating instructions. Adjust only those
controls that are covered by the operating instructions;
improper adjustment of other controls may cause
damage and will often require extensive work by a
qualified technician to restore the projector to normal
operation.
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If the projector has been dropped or the cabinet has
been damaged.
F.
When the projector exhibits a distinct change in
performance – (this indicates a need for service).
18. Upon completion of any service or repairs to the projector,
ask the service technician to perform a routine safety check
to check that the projector is in safe operating condition.
19. When replacement parts are required, be sure the service
technician has used replacement parts specified by the
manufacturer that have the same characteristics as the
original parts. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire,
electric shock, or other hazards.
20. It is recommended to clean the air filter after every 100 lamp
hours. The projector may become too hot if the filter is not
cleaned when required.
21. If the lens becomes dirty or smudged, clean it with a clean,
dampened cloth. Never touch the lens with your fingers.
22. Do not look directly into the aperture and lens while
operating the projector as this may damage your eyes.
23. Please allow cool down of the projector for a few minutes
before switching off the mains.
24. Please dispose of batteries and lamp in special chemical
disposal bins.
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CAUTION: Please read all of these instructions
before you operate your projector.
Save these instructions for future
reference.
Electrical energy can perform many useful functions.
This projector has been engineered and manufactured to meet
applicable safety standards. IMPROPER USE CAN RESULT IN
POTENTIAL ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR FIRE HAZARDS. In order
not to defeat the safeguards incorporated into this projector,
observe the following basic rules for its installation, use and
servicing.
1. Unplug the projector from the wall socket before cleaning or
lamp replacement.
2. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a soft dry
cloth to clean the projector unit. If the unit is very dirty, wet a
cloth with neutral detergent, squeeze it tight, wipe the unit
with it, and finish by wiping with a dry cloth.
Do not use a chemical duster or polisher-cleaner because it
can adversely affect the unit and peel the paint.
3. Do not use attachments not recommended by PHILIPS, as
they may cause hazards.
4. Do not use the projector near water- for example, near a
bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub, in a wet
basement, near a swimming pool, etc. Never spill liquid into
the projector.
5. Do not place the projector on an unstable cart, stand, or
table. The projector may fall, which may cause serious injury
to a child or an adult and/or serious damage to the unit. Use
only with a cart or stand recommended by its manufacturer
as being suitable for use with a projector.
6. Ceiling, wall or shelf mounting should be done with a
mounting kit approved by the manufacturer for use with a
projector and should follow the manufacturer’s instructions.
7. Projector equipment and cart combinations should be moved
with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces
may cause the equipment and cart combination to overturn.
8. Slots and openings of the cabinet are provided for ventilation.
To ensure reliable operation of the projector and to protect it
from overheating, these openings must not be blocked or
covered. These openings should never be covered with cloth
or other material. The bottom opening should not be blocked
by placing the projector on a bed, sofa, rug, or other similar
surface. The projector should not be placed near or over a
radiator or heating vent. The projector should not be placed in
a built-in installation such as a bookcase unless proper
ventilation is provided.
9. The projector should be operated only from the type of mains
source indicated on the side of the projector or in the
specifications and with the appropriate mains lead. If you are
not sure of the type of mains supplied to your business or
the right type of mains lead, consult your projector dealer or
local power company.
10. Do not allow anything to rest on the mains lead. Do not place
the projector where the lead will be walked on.
11. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the projector.
12. As a safety feature, this projector is equipped with mains
lead with a 3-pin grounded plug (for USA-versions only) or a
2-pin grounded plug (for European versions only). The 3-pin/2pin grounded plug will fit only into a grounding type mains
outlet. If the plug does not fit, use an adapter that is properly
grounded or have an electrician install a grounded type
outlet. Do not attempt to modify this AC plug.
13. For added protection of the projector during a lightning
storm, or when it is left unattended or not in use for long
periods of time, unplug it from the wall socket and
disconnect any cable systems. This will prevent damage to
the projector due to lightning and power-line surges.
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4. Projector Features
1. Keystone Correction
A keystoned image (picture top width larger than picture
bottom width or vice versa) appears when the relative
positions of the projector and the screen are not correct.
With the ‘Keystone correction’ feature you can correct this
picture distortion. Digital keystone correction is directly
accessible via the keyboard on the projector or via the
‘Settings’ menu of the On Screen Display menu.
6. External monitor connection
A separate external monitor (or a second projector) can be
connected to the projector, The image projected is
simultaneously shown on the monitor, even when the
projector is in power standby mode.
7. High reliability and excellent brightness
The Philips UHP lamp guarantees long life, excellent
brightness over the lamp’s lifetime and excellent colour
reproduction.
Furthermore, the projector has an excellent brightness- and
colour uniformity over the entire picture.
2. Auto setup functionality
Auto Standby
The ‘Auto Standby’ feature automatically switches the
projector to standby when no signal inputs are detected for
30 minutes. This setting can be changed in the ‘Settings’
menu.
Auto Image
The ‘Auto Image’ feature automatically sizes and positions
the image, to optimally fit the screen picture. It is applicable
for data input only and accessible in the ‘Display’ menu of
the On Screen Display menu. Manual settings of Horizontal
Size, Shift and Phase remain possible by switching Auto
Image off. The projector is fully PC and MAC compatible.
8. Excellent video quality
The projector accepts the input signal of all major video
formats, including PAL, SECAM, NTSC, S-Video, and
Component video signals. The projector will recognize these
standards and adapt to them automatically. With the ‘Picture
Format’ feature you can select one of three picture format
options 4:3, 16:9 or 16:9 enlarged.
9. Stereo Audio Output
A standard 3.5 mm audio plug is available for connecting
external audio equipment via a standard 3.5 mm stereo plug.
Constant (‘Line’) or variable (‘Regulated’) audio output
volume can be selected in the ‘Audio’ menu.
3. USB
The USB (Universal Serial Bus) connector allows you to
connect to computers equipped with a USB interface,
resulting in real hot plug and play presentation.
Mouse control:
By connecting USB, the mouse function on the Remote
Control automatically gets installed. You can now manipulate
the mouse cursor on the computer and on the screen, using
Cursor Control.
10. Adjustable Screen Capability
The diagonal picture size of the display can be set from
21" (0.53 m) to 262" (6.6 m).
For more information on the projection properties of the
projector, please check the ‘Projector Assistant’ programme
on the CD-ROM.
Note: Based on the specific hardware and software
configuration available, Apple Macintosh computer
users could experience incomplete or erratic
USB -functionality. These problems are not related to
the performance of your projector.
11. Ceiling Mount and Rear Screen projection
The projector is equipped with a full mirror scan conversion
function (‘vertical/horizontal mirror’), which allows the image
to be reversed for ceiling mount as well as for rear projection
applications.
4. Digital features
The digital features of the projector are of great value for an
attractive presentation. With ‘digital zoom’ a specific part of
the projected image can be enlarged. The ‘digital freeze’
feature enables you to capture moving pictures (still picture).
5. Very easy to install and operate
The OSD (On Screen Display) information screens and
menus in 7 languages provide you with additional information
to help you make the right choices about installation and
operation, and to perform the correct actions.
The standard OSD language is English. In addition you can
select French, Spanish, German, Italian, Portuguese and
Chinese.
The sensor of the wireless remote control allows you to
operate both your computer as well as your projector from
almost anywhere in the room. The directional shuttle on
the projector and on the remote control function as Cursor
Control and are used to manipulate the mouse cursor on the
connected computer, as long as the menu is not active.
When the menu is active, the Cursor Control controls the
menu cursor.
The local keyboard provides direct access keys for those
functions that are most often used during set-up of the
projector. The remote control provides keys for those
functions that are most often used during presentations. For
a complete overview of keyboard and remote control keys,
see the ‘Functional Overview’ in the next paragraph.
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5. Functional Overview
See illustrations
Controls
On projector (fig. 1)
On remote control (fig. 3)
1 Menu
To activate and deactivate the menu.
1 Stand by On
To switch the projector in or out the the power standby
mode.
2 Cursor Control
To manipulate the mouse cursor on the connected computer
as long as the menu is not active. When the menu is active
the Cursor Control controls the menu cursor. The cursor
control works with up/down and left/right button operation.
2 Mouse Left/Right
Function as the Left and Right mouse keys of your PC.
3 – Volume +
To adjust the volume.
Note: The Cursor Control can only function as a mouse
cursor when the USB socket of the projector is
connected to the USB downstream terminal of the
computer.
4 Menu
To activate and de-activating the menu.
5 Mute
To mute the sound of the projector
3 A(udio)/V(ideo) Mute
To mute the sound of the projector (or an externally
connected sound amplifier) and to mute the picture.
6 Source
To select the current projection source (Data, S-Video or
Video). The button toggles between the three signals.
4 Standby
To switch the projector in or out of the power standby mode.
When the projector is in standby mode, the ring around the
button lights up red. When the projector is operating, the ring
is green. When the projector receives a signal from the
remote control the ring is fast blinking green/red.
7 D(igital)-Freeze
To capture a moving picture. The button toggles between the
Freeze mode and the display situation.
8 D(igital)-Zoom
To switch the Digital Zoom function ‘On’ or ‘Off’ (toggle
button). In ‘On’ condition, the zoom centre can be selected
using Cursor Control and the image is magnified with the
zoom factor chosen under Magnification.
5 OK
To confirm actions in the menu when the menu is on screen.
6 Source
To select the current projection source (Data, S-Video or
Video). The button toggles between the three signals.
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9 A(udio)/V(ideo) Mute
To mute the sound of the projector (or an externally
connected sound amplifier) and to mute the picture.
Keystone
To correct picture distortion of the vertical keystone type by
digital scaling.
0 Cursor Control
To manipulate the mouse cursor on the connected computer
as long as the menu is not active. When the menu is active
the Cursor Control controls the menu cursor. The cursor
control works with up/down and left/right button operation.
8 Lamp indicator
– Lights up green when the lamp is on.
– Lights up orange when lamp life has almost expired.
– Lights up red when lamp life has expired.
– Fast blinks red when lamp start has failed
– Slowly blinks green/red/orange when the lamp is starting
up or cooling down.
Note: The Cursor Control can only function as a mouse
cursor when the USB socket of the projector is
connected to the USB downstream terminal of the
computer.
9 Temperature indicator
– Lights up red in case of temperature error.
– Flashes in case of fan error.
! OK
To confirm actions in the menu when the menu is on screen.
0 Zoomring
To adjust the size of the projected image.
! Focus ring
To adjust the focus of the projected image.
@ Height/Level adjusters
To adjust the vertical and/or horizontal angle of the projector.
# Lens cap
To protect the lens when the projector is not in use.
$ IR sensor
To receive the signals from the remote control.
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5. Functional Overview
See illustrations
Connections (fig. 2)
Data source connections
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Audio out
Output socket to connect to the Line Input sockets of an
amplifier or stereo system.
b USB (upstream)
Input socket to connect a PC or Apple Macintosh computer
equipped with a USB downlink connection.
d Data audio in
Input socket to connect to the Audio out terminal of a
computer or Component video source.
h Data in
Input socket to connect to the Data out terminal of a
computer.
Video source connections
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Audio out
Output socket to connect to the Line Input sockets of an
amplifier or stereo system.
c
Video audio in
Input socket to connect to the Audio out sockets of a video
recorder (S-VHS, PAL, NTSC, SECAM).
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Input socket to connect to the Video out socket of a video
recorder, Laser Disc player, video camera or TV with
AV output socket (PAL, NTSC, SECAM).
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Input socket to connect to the S-Video out socket of a S-VHS
video recorder, a VCR, Laser Disc player, video camera or TV
with AV output socket.
Other connections
g Data out
To connect to an external monitor (or a second projector).
The image projected is simultaneously shown on the
monitor.
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Lock slit
To insert an optional locking device (Kensington lock).
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Power
To connect the projector to the mains.
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6. Set Up
Positioning the projector and screen
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Place the projector on a stable, level surface, out of direct
sunlight and away from sources of excessive dust, dirt, heat,
water, moisture, vibration and strong magnetic fields.
Allow sufficient cooling of the product by keeping all air inlets
and outlets clear from obstructions.
Take additional measures to protect the product when
operating (or storing) it in unclean or smoky environments like
e.g. bars, casino's, production environments, arcade game
centres, etc.
Face the projector towards the screen for the best picture
results. To determine the distance for the desired size, please
refer to the Projection Assistant, a calculation programme
included on the CD-ROM.
The screen should be positioned so that it is not directly
touched by sunlight or artificial light, as this will wash out the
colours of the picture, making it hard to see.
The projector can be used for both front projection, rear
projection and ceiling projection applications. As default factory
setting, the projector has been set up for front projection. You
can change to rear or ceiling projection via the OSD menu. See
‘Rear screen projection’ and ‘Ceiling-mount projection’ under
‘Operation - Display and picture control’ for further instructions.
Choose a screen size suitable for the number of viewers and
the size of the room.
Picture quality is best when you sit directly in front of the
projector screen.
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The Standby Warning
screen will appear for
20 seconds.
5. Press the Standby button
again to confirm.
Warning
If the projector is switched off you have to wait
1 minute before you can switch on the projector again.
Press stand-by key again to confirm.
Press OK key to remove this warning.
Note: The Stand by Warning screen can be removed by pressing
the OK button.
6. To switch off the mains supply completely, disconnect the
mains lead.
Mains supply
Notes:
– Save energy! Please put the projector in the Standby position
if you are not going to use the projector for more than 15
minutes.
– When no signal inputs are detected for 30 minutes, the
projector automatically switches to standby. This setting can
be changed in the ‘Settings’ menu.
– Before disconnecting the mains lead, make sure that the
cooling fan has stopped (about 3 minutes after the projector
has been switched to Power Standby).
1. Insert the mains lead into the projectors Power socket and
connect it to the wall socket.
Adjusting the focus and size of the image
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Important!
Negligence in observing the install recommendations above could
infringe the warranty conditions for this product.
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Note: The standby indicator lights up red, the projector is now in
the Power/Standby mode.
Use the Zoom ring to adjust the size of the image.
Use the Focus ring to adjust the focus of the image.
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Adjusting the vertical and horizontal angle of the projector
Vertical angle
• Use the Height/Level Adjusters to adjust the vertical angle of
the projector as specified under ‘Positioning the projector and
screen’.
2. Remove the lens cap.
3. Press the Stand by
button to switch on the
projector.
– The Standby indicator
lights up green.
– When the projection lamp
is on, the start-up screen
appears for several
seconds.
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4. Press the Stand by
button again to switch
the projector back into
the power standby mode.
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6. Set Up
Transporting the projector
The projector contains many glass and precision parts. If you need
to transport the projector, please follow these packing instructions
to pervent accidental damage to the projector.
To Raise:
• Keep both adjusters (A) pressed and lift to raise the projector.
– The projector feet (B) will come out.
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To Lower:
• Keep both adjusters (A) pressed and gently lower the
projector.
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Use the Focus Ring and Zoom Ring to readjust the focus and
size of the image.
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Horizontal angle (horizon)
• Adjust or correct a possible tilted picture by turning the
projector feet to the desired position.
When transporting the projector for repair, use the original
packaging material if possible. If you do not have the original
packaging, use equivalent materials, placing plenty of
cushioning around the projector.
When transporting the projector as freight or checked luggage,
first put it in a carrying case (such as the soft bag supplied),
then pack it in a firm box, using cushioning around the case.
When you are hand-carrying the projector, be sure to use a
carrying case (such as the soft bag supplied).
Inserting the batteries in the remote control
Push
1. Push and slide the lid in the direction of the arrow.
2. Install two ‘AAA’ batteries as indicated inside the battery
compartment.
3. Replace the lid and snap it into place.
Up: turn the feet to the left.
Down: turn the feet to the right.
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Use the Focus Ring and Zoom Ring to readjust the focus and
size of the image.
Note: The maximum range of the remote control is approximately
15 m (± 50 feet).
Keystone correction
If projector and screen are not properly placed, the picture will be
distorted, producing a keystone image.
Keystone correction allows you to correct
picture distortion of the vertical keystone type
by internal scaling.
Keystoned Image
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Use the Keystone
button to widen the image.
Use the
Keystone button to narrow the image.
This correction function also is accessible through the
‘Keystone Correction’ option in the ‘Settings’ menu of the On
Screen Display (OSD) menu.
Moving the projector
1. Press the Stand by On button to put the projector in stand by.
The standby indicator lights up red.
2. Wait until the cooling fan has stopped (about 3 minutes after
the projector has been switched off) and disconnect the mains
lead and all other cables.
3. Put the lens cap back in place to prevent dust, dirt or other
contamination from harming or damaging the front of the
projector lens when moving the projector.
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Note: Never place the projector on the side where the
connections are located.
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7. Installation
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Video/computer cables and adapter
CONNECTORS
CABLE/ADAPTER
Projector side
1
Integrated VGA/USB Cable
Mini D-Sub
15P (male)
Mini D-Sub
15P (male)
USB connector
4P (male)
2
RCA Audio Video Cable
Computer/AV product side
RCA pin
(male) x 1
USB connector
4P (male)
RCA pin
(male) x 3
Stereo audio plug
(male) x 1
3
Scart/RCA-AV Adapter
(depending on region)
4
S-Video cable
5
RCA/Jack adapter
Mini Din
(male) x 4
Mini Din
(male) x 4
Video/computer cables and adapter
• LCA5312/00 – SCART/RCA adapter (SCART to 4 x RCA);
• LCA 9000/20 – Easy Pad;
• Programmable VGA/MAC adapter (available via your support
centre as item 4822 263 2120 1).
These accessories (1 to 5) are supplied with the product for
connecting the projector to computer/AV equipment.
The numbers in the left-hand column correspond with the
numbers in the connection diagrams on the following pages.
Optional accessories:
• LCA3115/00 – 120 W replacement lamp;
• LCA4117/00 – trackerball remote control;
• LCA4119/00 – RS-232 mouse receiver;
• LCA2210/00 – ceiling mount;
• LCA5300/00 – VGA extension cable (15 m);
• LCA5311/00 – component/HD input cable
(5 x RCA to 15p D-sub);
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7. Installation
Connecting to a computer
Connecting to a computer
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Notes:
The data input is suitable for both Apple Macintosh
computers (Power Book and Power Mac) as well as for
IBM compatible PCs.
The data output of IBM compatible PCs can be connected
directly to the projector using standard data cables.
Apple Macintosh computers may need a conversion plug
(optional) added to the standard data cable.
The figures in brackets (1) correspond to the figures in the
accessories diagram.
The characters in brackets (a) correspond to the characters in
fig. 2 of ‘Controls and connections’.
PC (Desk Top/Notebook)/
MACINTOSH (Desk Top/Power Book/Power Mac)
Audio out
USB
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Video audio-in Data audio-in Video
S-Video
Data out
Data in
Caution!
Always switch off the projector before making any connections.
USB connection
A USB interface is available via an upstream connector.
Projector
(1)
When the projector’s USB (upstream) connector is connected
to a PC or an Apple Macintosh computer equipped with a USB
downlink connection, it will identify as a USB device.
It is possible to:
– control the cursor of the computer via the projector remote
control,
and
– the display settings of the computer will be changed to fit
the capability of the projector.
(2)
(1)
Mac/PC
optional Philips
VGA/MAC
adapter
(5)
USB
Data
Data out
out
Audio out
Note: If you experience problems using the USB connection,
please refer to the user guide or support information of
your computer.
1. Connect the Data out terminal of the computer to the Data in
terminal (h) of the projector and secure the plugs by tightening
the thumb screws.
For this, use the VGA/USB cable (1) supplied.
Note: When connecting the projector to a Macintosh computer use a
VGA/MAC adaptor (optional). The adapter is only needed if
your computer is equipped with a 2 row, 15 pin connector. If
your computer is equipped with a 3 row connector no adaptor
is needed.
2. Connect the USB (upstream) socket (b) of the projector to the
USB downstream port of the computer.
For this, use the VGA/USB cable (1) supplied.
– You can now manipulate the mouse cursor on the computer and
on the screen, using Cursor Control.
3. If you wish to hear audio information from the computer via the
projector speaker, connect the Audio out socket of the computer
to the Data audio-in socket (d) of the projector.
For this use audio/video connection cable (2) and adapter (5)
supplied.
Notes:
If the mouse cursor does not react when using the cursor control on
the remote control:
• Check that the batteries are installed properly and/or replace the
batteries.
• Make sure that the USB cable has been properly connected.
• Check that the projector receives the signals from the remote
control (LED ring around the Standby button will fast flash when
receiving a signal).
If no audio information is heard via the projector speaker:
• Check (AV) Mute setting.
• Check Volume setting.
You can also make an Audio out connection to an external
amplifier. See ‘Connecting to audio equipment’.
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Connecting to video equipment
Connecting to video equipment
Note: The figures in brackets (1) correspond to the figures in the
accessories diagram.
The characters in brackets (a) correspond to the
characters in fig. 2 of ‘Controls and connections’.
S-VHS
(f)
(c)
Caution!
Always switch off the projector before making any connections.
Audio out
USB
Video
video audio-in Data
Data audio-in Video
S-Video
Data out
Data
PAL, NTSC, SECAM
(e)
(c)
Audio out
USB
Video
video audio-in Data
Data audio-in
Video
S-Video
Data out
Data in
Projector
(2)
(4)
(3)
S-Video
Projector
R
(2)
VCR
(3)
VCR
L Audio R
out
Video
out
R Audio L
out
Video
out
S-Video
Scart adapter
(not for USA
version)
1. Connect the S-Video out socket of a S-VHS video recorder,
Laser Disc player, video camera or TV to the S-Video socket
(f) of the projector.
For this use the S-Video connection cable (4) supplied.
2. Connect the Audio out L/R sockets of the S-VHS video
recorder, Laser Disc player, video camera or TV to the Video
audio-in socket (c) of the projector.
Scart adapter
(not for USA
version)
1. Connect the Video out socket of a VCR, Laser Disc player,
video camera or TV to the Video socket (e) of the projector.
For this, use the video/audio connection cable (2) supplied.
2. Connect the Audio out L/R sockets of the VCR, Laser Disc
player, video camera or TV to the Video audio-in socket (c) of
the projector.
For this, use audio/video connection cable (2) supplied.
In case your VCR, Laser Disc player, video camera or TV is
equipped with a Scart connector (depending on region):
1. Connect the Scart/RCA Audio Video adapter (3) supplied to
the Scart connector of the VCR, Laser Disc player, video
camera or TV.
2. Plug the audio/video connection cable (2) supplied into both
the adapter and Video audio-in socket (c) of the projector.
3. Plug the S-Video connection cable supplied into the VCR and
the S-Video socket (f) of the projector.
In case your VCR, Laser Disc player, video camera or TV is
equipped with a Scart connector (depending on region):
1. Connect the Scart/RCA Audio Video adapter (3) supplied to
the Scart connector of the VCR, Laser Disc player, video
camera or TV.
2. Plug the video/audio connection cable (2) supplied into both
the adapter and the Video (e) and Video audio-in (c) sockets
of the projector.
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Connecting to Component video equipment
Note: The characters in brackets (a) correspond to characters in
fig. 2 of ‘Controls and connections’.
Caution!
Always switch off external equipment and projector before
making any connections.
(h)
Audio out
USB
Video audio-in Data audio-in
Video
S-Video
Data out
Data in
Optional
1. Connect the 15 pin connector of an optional component/HD
input cable to the Data in terminal (h) of the projector.
2. Connect the other end of the cable to the appropriate
outputs of your Component video equipment (e.g. DVD
player, Settop Box, etc.).
Red Green Blue
Grey Black
DVD player, Settop Box,
etc.
R
G
B
Red Green Blue
H
V
Grey Black
DVD player, Settop Box,
etc.
R
G
B
Red Green Blue
Y/S
Grey Black
DVD player, Settop Box,
etc.
Pr
Cr
V
Y
Y
Y
Pb
Cb
U
Note: Connections that are not in use in your particular situation
need not be connected.
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Connecting to audio equipment/external monitor
Connecting to audio equipment
Connecting to an external monitor
Note: The characters in brackets (a) correspond to the
characters in fig. 2 of ‘Controls and connections’.
Note: The characters in brackets (a) correspond to characters in
fig. 2 of ‘Controls and connections’.
Caution!
Always switch off the projector before making any connections.
Always turn down the volume control of the connected amplifier
before switching it on, to prevent damage to the speakers.
Caution!
Always switch off PC, external monitor and projector before
making any connections.
(a)
Audio out
USB
Video
video audio-in Data
Data audio-in
Video
S-Video
Data out
Monitor cable
(2)
(g)
(a)
Audio out
Projector
USB
Video audio-in Data audio-in
Video
S-Video
Data out
(2)
Amplifier
L Audio R
in
•
•
Connect the Audio in L/R sockets of an amplifier or stereo
system to the Audio out socket (a) of the projector.
For this use audio/video connection cable (2) supplied.
Connect the Data out terminal (g) of the projector to the
external monitor and secure the plugs by tightening the
thumb screws.
For this, use the monitor cable supplied with the monitor.
To obtain the audio signal on the monitor instead of on the
projector:
• Connect the Audio in sockets of the monitor to the Audio out
socket (a) of the projector, using the audio/video connection
cable (2) supplied.
You can select fixed (‘Line’) or variable (‘Regulated’) volume
output in the ‘Audio’ menu.
Notes:
– One external monitor or projector can be connected at a time.
– For further details on the operation with On Screen Displays
see chapter ‘8. Operation’.
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8. Operation
Preparation
Preparation
General
1. Press the Stand by button to switch on the projector.
– The Standby indicator
lights up green and the
start up screen appears
for several seconds.
– When the average
lamplife time has almost
expired and less than
100 hours remain, the
message ‘Warning:
(2)
Multimedia Projectors
lamplife has almost
expired’ will be
displayed on the screen
when switching the
projector on. For this
refer to the section
‘Lamp’ under
‘Maintenance’
2. Select the required source (Data, Video or S-Video) by
pressing the Source button.
Some examples:
Data
Video
No signal
PHILIPS
Data selected as source.
Video selected as source, no
input signal.
S-Video
Video
A/V Muted
A/V Muted
Note: When only one input source is connected, this source will
automatically be selected. When more input sources are
connected, the source with the highest priority will be
selected (data, video, S-video). This setting can be
changed in the ‘Settings’ menu.
3. Switch on the computer or start video playback.
– A feedback message appears on the screen, indicating the
selected source.
S-Video selected as source.
A/V muted.
Messages - General explanation
Messages are
displayed in the centre of
error
the screen. The problem is Fan
The projector will switch off automatically.
described in the header of
the message display.
Please contact a service centre for repair.
Suggestion(s) to solve the
problem are displayed in the
gray part of the message
display.
These messages cannot be
suppressed.
Video selected as source.
A/V muted.
On Screen Display menu - General explanation
All video and data adjustments and settings (except A/V Mute)
are done via On Screen Displays and with help of Menu, OK and
Cursor Control on the projector or the remote control.
1. Press Menu.
– The menu bar appears on the screen.
The first item
is highlighted and its
Display
Picture
sub menu is shown.
Audio
Settings
Digital Freeze
Depending on the
selected source (Data,
Video or S-Video) some
options of the submenu
may be greyed out. This
indicates that these
functions:
– are not available in a
certain mode,
– have no function for
the selected source.
Feedback messages
Feedback messages are displayed in the top right corner of the
screen. They are displayed when:
– a signal comes up or goes down,
– when an input source is changed,
– when Mute or A/V Mute is activated,
– when the Auto image function is set to On.
Digital Zoom
/
Magnification
Auto Image
/
Horizontal size
/
Phase
/
Shift
Off
On
Auto Image is used to automatically adjust
Horizontal Size, Phase and Shift.
For example:
– Horizontal size under menu Display when Auto image is
switched to ON.
– Hue under menu Picture when signaltype is not NTSC.
These messages will only be displayed when the menu option
Feedback is set to ‘On’ in the Settings menu. All messages will
be removed automatically after 4 seconds.
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2. Use Cursor Control left
and/or right to move the
cursor to any other item
in the menu bar.
Preparation/Display and picture control
–
Display
Picture
Audio
Settings
Brightness
Phase
minimises picture imperfections. When connecting the
projector to your PC for the first time, be sure to adjust the
phase control for optimal readability of the projected text.
Contrast
Hue
Tip for Windows users:
To adjust size and phase correctly:
1. Select ‘Start’ and then ‘Shut down’ from the Windows
Taskbar.
2. Adjust the projectors size control, so that no vertical bars
are visible.
3. Now adjust the projectors phase control for maximum
brightness of the projected image.
4. Press ‘No’ in the Windows shutdown screen to cancel the
shutdown action.
Saturation
Sharpness
Mirror
(more)
3. Select the sub menu item
to be adjusted using
Display
Picture
Audio
Settings
Cursor Control up and/or down. When more items Brightness
are available than can be Contrast
Hue
shown in one screen, this Saturation
Sharpness
will be indicated by
Mirror
‘more’ at the bottom of
(more)
the list. Press OK to
move to the next list of
min
max
items. With ‘previous’
you can go back to the
Move pointer left or right to adjust the contrast level.
first list.
4. Adjust the selected item
in the action window at
the bottom of the screen,
using Cursor Control left and/or right.
5. Select the next item to be adjusted in the sub menu and adjust
as described above.
6. Press Menu to close the On Screen Display.
Data and Video/S-Video
For both data and Video/S-Video signal input, the following
adjustments can be made:
– Digital Freeze
captures a moving picture (still picture);
– Digital Zoom
enlarges a part of the picture;
– Magnification
adjusts the zoom factor;
– Brightness
adjusts brightness of the displayed picture;
– Contrast
adjusts the overall contrast intensity;
– Sharpness
controls the contour impression of the picture;
– Colour tracking
selects between ‘Vivid’ and ‘Natural’ representation of colours
in the picture.
‘Vivid’ is automatically set when computer input is used;
‘Natural’ is automatically set when video input is used.
– Colour Temperature
adjusts the overall colour impression from warm to cool. The
various colours (red, green and blue) can also be adjusted
individually.
– Mirror
mirrors the picture for use of the projector in various positions
with respect to the user(s) and the projection screen.
Language selection
The projector can display menus in seven different languages.
1.
–
2.
3.
4.
Press Menu.
The menu bar appears on the screen.
Use Cursor Control to select Settings in the menu bar.
Use Cursor Control to select Language from the sub menu.
Use Cursor Control to select the required language in the
action window.
5. If required, select the next item to be adjusted or press Menu
to exit.
Video/S-Video only
For Video/S-Video signal input, the following adjustments can be
made:
– Hue (only for NTSC)
adjusts the tint of the projected image;
– Saturation
adjusts the colour saturation of the projected image.
– Picture Format
selects one of three picture format options (4:3, 16:9 or 16:9
enlarged).
Display and picture control
The projector’s picture is set to standard specifications at the
factory. However, you can adjust the image to suit your own
preferences.
Data only
For data signal input, the following adjustments can be made:
– Auto image
automatically sizes and positions the image to fit optimally in
the screen picture;
– Horizontal size
adjusts the computer image in a horizontal direction to make
the image completely fill the screen;
– Shift
adjusts the computer image in horizontal and vertical direction
to centre it on the screen;
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Display and picture control
Note: A(audio)/V(video)-mute can only be selected with the
AV mute button on the projector or on the remote control.
A/V mute then appears on the screen.
For example:
Data
Shift
The Shift function adjusts the computer image in horizontal and
vertical direction to centre it on the screen. This function is only
active when Auto image is set to OFF.
1. Press Menu.
– The menu bar appears
on the screen.
Display is highlighted
and its sub menu is
shown.
2. Use Cursor Control to
move the cursor to
Shift.
3. Press OK to activate
Shift.
A/V Muted
Display
Picture
Audio
Settings
Digital Freeze
Digital Zoom
/
Magnification
Auto Image
/
Horizontal size
/
Phase
/
Shift
Shift is used to adjust the position of the image.
Press OK key to activate Shift.
The following adjustments procedures follow a slightly
different sequence of actions, or may need some further
explanation.
4. Use Cursor Control to
position the computer
image.
5. Press OK to confirm and
store the adjustment.
6. If required, select the
next item to be adjusted
or press MENU to exit.
Digital Zoom
Digital Zoom is used to enlarge a part of the picture.
1. Press Menu.
– The menu bar will appear.
Display is highlighted and its sub menu is shown.
2. Use Cursor Control to move the cursor to Digital Zoom.
3. Select On to switch Digital Zoom on.
• Press OK to continue, or
• Press Menu to exit and continue with the previous Zoom
settings.
4. Use the zoom target to select centre of the screen area you
wish to enlarge.
• Press OK to confirm.
5. Use the Magnification slider to adjust the Zoom factor.
• Press OK to confirm and exit the menu.
6. Use Cursor Control to select another section of the enlarged
area (Panning).
Shift////
Move pointer to position the image.
Press OK key when done. Auto Image
The Auto Image function automatically sizes and positions the
image to fit optimally in the screen picture. In addition it takes
care for phase adjustment. It does not affect the selected
picture format. When Auto Image is set to ON, the Horizontal
size, Shift and Phase options are greyed out.
Note: By pressing the D(igital) Zoom button on the remote
control you enter directly into the zoom centre selection
screen (step 4). When Digital Zoom is already active,
pressing the D(igital) Zoom button will show the
Magnification slider; pressing the D(igital) Zoom button
twice will turn off Digital Zoom.
Horizontal size
The Horizontal size function is used to size a computer image to
make it fit the projected picture. When the OSD menu is active
and the horizontal size option is selected, the level will be
indicated graphically on a linear scale (slider).
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Display and picture control/Audio control
Audio Control
The projector’s sound is set to standard specifications at the
factory. However, you can adjust the sound to suit your own
preferences by using the Audio control feature.
The following adjustments can be made:
– Volume – adjusts the sound level;
– Bass – adjusts the bass tones;
– Treble – adjusts the high tones;
– Mute – mutes the sound of the projector (or an externally
connected loudspeaker);
– Audio out – switches between fixed (‘Line’) and variable
(‘Regulated’) volume on the audio output (Audio out).
Mirror
The projector can be used in various positions with respect to
the viewers and the projection screen. With the Mirror function
the picture can be displayed in a way that is suitable for your
specific application.
SCREEN
1.
2.
–
3.
4.
5.
Select the required input (Data, Video or S-Video).
Press Menu.
The menu bar appears on the screen.
Use Cursor Control to select Audio in the menu bar.
Use Cursor Control to select the item to be adjusted.
Use Cursor Control to make the required adjustment in the
action window.
6. If required, select the next item to be adjusted or press
Menu to exit.
Front projection
SCREEN
Note: The volume can also be adjusted with the – Volume + keys
on the remote control.
Caution!
Always reduce/check the volume setting of connected amplifiers
before switching off (A/V) mute, to prevent damage to speakers.
Rear projection
SCREEN
Ceiling front projection
SCREEN
Ceiling rear projection
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Other settings
Other Settings
The projector is equipped with the following functions to
optimize its use and handling:
Start-up screen
This function allows you to display or suppress the default
Philips start-up screen upon the projector’s start up.
1. Press Menu.
– The menu bar appears on the screen.
2. Use Cursor Control to move the cursor to Settings.
3. Select Start-up screen by using Cursor Control.
4. Select:
Default - to display the default Philips start-up screen;
Black - to suppress the default screen;
5. Press Menu to close the On Screen Display.
System information
The System Information sub menu contains an overview of the
most relevant projector settings, including information on the
hardware and software configuration.
1. Press Menu.
– The menu bar appears on the screen.
2. Use Cursor Control to move the cursor to Settings.
3. Use Cursor Control to move the cursor to System
Information and press OK.
– The System Information overview appears on the screen.
4. Press OK to return to the menu or press Menu to close the
On Screen Display.
Factory reset
This function is used to reset all user settings to the default
factory settings.
1. Press Menu.
– The menu bar appears on the screen.
2. Use Cursor Control to move the cursor to Settings.
3. Select Factory reset by using Cursor Control.
4. Press OK for 3 seconds to reset all user settings.
5. Select the next item to be adjusted in the sub menu or press
Menu to close the On Screen Display.
Auto Standby
This function allows you to switch off Auto Standby mode or to
select the delay time after which the projector automatically
switches to Standby.
Auto Source
This function allows you to switch automatic source selection on
or off.
Keystone correction
Adjusts the shape of the displayed picture, when projecting
upwards or downwards.
Lamp counter
Shows the operating time of the lamp, which can be reset after
a new lamp has been installed. This menu item also shows the
total number of hours that the projector has been used, which
cannot be reset.
Data input
Selects between Computer and Component video input via the
Data in connector.
Feedback
This function allows you to suppress OSD messages. Warning or
error messages however are never suppressed.
Key lock
Key lock is used to de-activate all remote and local controls. To
disable the keylock function keep the OK button pressed for 10
seconds.
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9. Maintenance
NOTICE:
The product you have purchased contains the latest in highquality optical components.
Like all products equipped with an optical function - like e.g.
camera lenses, slide projectors and binoculars - these
components are sensitive to polluted environments.
Small contaminations like dust and smoke particles can easily
attach to the surfaces of the optical components, degrading the
performance and reducing the lifetime of the product.
7. While firmly holding the filter, gently remove any
accumulated dust with a vacuum cleaner.
8. Replace the filter.
Firmly press the filter edges
in place.
Check if the filter is firmly
tightened by turning the
cover upside down.
Cleaning
Caution!
Switch off and disconnect the projector before cleaning.
1. When the cabinet is dusty, clean it by gently wiping with a
soft cloth.
2. A chamois leather slightly moistened with water is sufficient
for cleaning the housing.
3. Do not use cleaning agents as they may harm the housing.
9. Replace the cover.
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Always keep the lens clean
1. When the lens is dirty or dusty, first blow the dust off and
then gently wipe with a soft brush or lens cleaning paper.
Never touch the lens with your fingers.
2. The lens is likely to become mouldy if left dirty.
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Cleaning the dust filter
Important!
Make sure to clean the dust filter regularly.
1. Press the Stand by On button to switch off the projector.
– The standby indicator lights up red.
2. Wait until the cooling fan has stopped (about 3 minutes and
disconnect the mains lead and all other cables.
3. Turn the projector over. Never place the projector on the side
where the connections are located!
4. Press tab A and lift up the cover.
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Notes:
– We advise you to clean the filter every 100 hours.
– Operating the projector without filter or with a torn or damaged
filter may seriously damage the projector.
– When the filter is damaged replace it with a filter of the same type
(12 nc: 3122 434 01180).
– The projector power cannot be switched on again unless the filter
holder is installed correctly.
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5. Turn the cover upside down. The filter is located on the cover
underside.
6. Carefully remove the filter
from the cover.
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Lamp
When the lamplife has
expired,the lamp
indicator lights up red
and the message
‘Warning: lamplife has
expired’ is displayed on
the screen.
Warning:
–
Lamplife has almost expired
It is suggested to have a spare lamp available.
–
The lamp type is indicated in the user guide.
–
1. Press the Stand by On button to switch off the projector.
– The standby indicator lights up red.
2. Wait 5 minutes for the lamp to cool down and the cooling fan
to stop and disconnect the mains lead and all other cables.
3. Turn the projector over. Never place the projector on the side
where the connections are located!
4. Unscrew the screws at the bottom of the cover and remove
the cover.
Display
Picture
Audio
Settings
Language
Keystone correction
Start-up screen
Lamp counter
System information
Factory reset
(more)
Lamp
Projector
5 hours
2453 hours
Lamp counter shows the operating hours of the lamp. It is suggested to reset when a new lamp is inserted. To reset keep OK key pressed for 3 seconds.
Multimedia projectors
Warning:
5. Read the caution and warning labels on the lamp cover.
6. Unscrew the lamp holder.
Lamplife has expired
It is suggested to change the lamp, to avoid sudden failure and to improve overall picture quality.
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Multimedia projectors
Caution!
For cooling purposes the lamp is open. When removing the
lamp do not tilt. If the inner tube is broken glass particles may
fall out.
Be very careful. The lamp and lampholder may still be too hot
to touch.
Keep lamp holder opening to your right. Do not touch lamp or
point lamp holder opening at anyone.
A high-pressure lamp may break if handled improperly.
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The lamplife remaining can
be checked using the OSD
menu.
1. Press the Menu.
– The menu bar appears
on the screen.
2. Use Cursor Control to
move the cursor to
Settings.
3. Use Cursor Control to
select Lamp counter.
– The remaining lamplife
hours are displayed in
the action window at the
bottom of the screen.
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When operation time
reaches the last 100 hours
of the average lamplife, the
message ‘Warning: lamplife
has almost expired’ will be
displayed on the screen,
each time the projector is
switched on. The lamp
indicator lights up orange.
Lamp Replacement
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Resetting the lamplife time
7. Grasp the lamp holder handle and carefully pull the lamp
holder out of the projector.
1. Press Menu.
– The menu bar appears on the screen.
2. Use cursor control to
select Settings in the
Display
Picture
menu bar.
Settings
Audio
Language
Keystone correction
Start-up screen
Lamp counter
System information...
Factory reset
(more)
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3. Use cursor control to
select Lamp counter in
the sub menu.
8. Carefully remove the new lamp housing from its package. Do
not touch lamp or point lamp housing opening at anyone. Do
not drop, as the impact may cause the lamp to break.
9. Place the lamp holder in the guiding slots and insert into the
lamp compartment.
Display
Picture
Audio
Settings
Language
Keystone correction
Start-up screen
Lamp counter
System informatyion...
Factory reset
(more)
Lamp
Projector
0 hours
2453 hours
Lamp counter shows the operating hours of the lamp. It is suggested to reset when a new lamp is inserted. To reset keep OK key pressed for 3 seconds.
4. Press OK for 3 seconds to reset the lamp counter.
5. If required, select another item you wish to adjust or press
Menu to exit.
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10. Tighten the screws.
11. Replace the cover and tighten the screws.
12. Plug the projector back in by inserting the mains lead in the
Mains socket.
13. Press the Stand by On button to switch on the projector.
14. Reset the lamp life time (see ‘Resetting the lamplife time’).
15. Properly dispose of the old lamp.
–
–
Notes:
When replacing the lamp, always use the same type of lamp
LCA3115/00, 12NC 8670 931 15009).
Please dispose of lamp in special chemical disposal bins.
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10. Troubleshooting
No sound
If a fault occurs, first check the points listed below
before taking the projector for repair. If you are unable to remedy
a problem by following these hints, consult your dealer or
service organisation.
Warning:
Under no circumstances should you try to repair the projector
yourself as this could invalidate the guarantee.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
Mains lead is not correctly connected.
Correctly connect mains lead.
–
•
–
•
–
•
Batteries are exhausted.
Replace batteries (see ‘Inserting the batteries in the remote
control’).
Lamp holder cover is not closed correctly or the lamp holder
is damaged.
Close the cover correctly (see ‘Lamp replacement’ under
‘Maintenance’).
–
•
IR sensor is obstructed.
Remove obstacle.
The projector is in Off position.
Press Stand by to switch on the projector.
Note: You can check if the projector receives the signal from the
remote control: the ring around the Standby button will
indicate this by fast flashing.
INDICATORS
Lamp indicator
– green: normal lamp condition.
– orange: lamp life has almost expired (less than 100 hours to
go).
• See warning messages on the start up screen for details.
– red: lamp life has expired.
• Replace lamp. See ‘Maintenance’.
– red (fast blinking): lamp start has failed.
• Disconnect projector from the mains. Reconnect and
restart. If this does not resolve the problem, replace the
lamp. See ‘Maintenance’.
– slow blinking (green, red or orange): lamp is starting up or
cooling down.
Poor colour
Select the correct data input (Computer or Component video)
in the Settings menu.
Adjust brightness, contrast, saturation or hue (see ‘Display
and picture control’ under ‘Operation’).
Image is blurred
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Image is not focused.
Adjust focus ring.
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Distance between projector and screen is not correct.
Adjust the distance between the projector and the screen.
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Signal cable is not correctly connected.
Connect signal cable correctly.
Temperature indicator
– red: temperature error.
• The projector will go into Standby mode. Allow the
projector to cool down; this may take up to 30 minutes.
When the LED goes out press any button to activate the
projector again.
– fast blinking red: fan error.
• The projector will go into Standby mode. Make sure the
filter cover is closed properly; clean air inlets or dust filter
and allow the projector to cool down; this may take up to
30 minutes. When the LED stops flashing press any button
to activate the projector again.
Image does not match up with the projected screen
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A/V-mute is active.
Cancel A/V-mute.
The filter holder is not installed correctly or is damaged.
Install the filter holder correctly (see ‘Cleaning the dust filter’
under ‘Maintenance’).
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Distance is too great.
Reduce distance.
Signal cable not correctly connected.
Connect signal cable correctly.
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Volume is not adjusted properly.
Adjust volume.
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The projector does not react to commands from the remote
control
Image is not displayed
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Audio cable is not correctly connected.
Connect audio cable correctly.
Caution!
Always reduce/check the volume setting of connected amplifiers
before switching off A/V mute, to prevent damage to speakers.
PROBLEM
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Shift and/or Horizontal size are not adjusted correctly.
Adjust Shift or Horizontal size (See ‘Display and Picture
control’, sections ‘Data only’ and ‘Data and Video/S-Video’).
Activate the auto-image function via the On Screen menu.
Picture rolls
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Standby indicator (ring around Standby button).
– red: standby mode or projector cooling down.
– green: operation mode or projector warming up.
– fast blinking (red or green): remote control signal received.
– slow blinking (green): waiting on retry to start the lamp.
• Do not switch the set off; it will restart the lamp
automatically within a few seconds.
Signal cable is not correctly connected.
Connect signal cable correctly.
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