Samsung | SVP-5500 | User's Manual | Samsung SVP-5500 User's Manual

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SVP-5500
Video Presenter
User’s Guide
Features
Various image control
Digital features on your Video Presenter provides useful and
various image controls including:
-Negative/positive image conversion
-Brightness and R/B color control
-Flicker reduction
-Image rotation up to 180o
-Image Freeze (SVP-5500DX only)
Input source selection
You can quickly switch between your computer presentation
and your document presentation with the INT/EXT button on
the control panel or on the remote control.
Flexible and rotatable head
The camera head and arm of your Video Presenter can be
rotated up to 180o to enable you to capture all images
surround you.
Connection with PC
You can connect to PC with USB or RS-232C cable and store the
projected image into the computer. You can also edit the image on
the computer with the supplied SVP-5500 program. USB connection
and SVP-5500 program is available for SVP-5500DX only.
Custom user settings
To avoid any interruption of presentation to reset the video
presenter, you can preset up to 8 customized settings in the
memory and recall it during the presentation simply.
Remote control
You operate your presenter through a hand-held remote
control, with buttons for adjusting the projected image and
accessing all the presenter’s features.
Optional accessories
To enhance your use of the presenter, LCD monitor and sub
camera are available. With the LCD monitor, you can view
the image without connecting to a monitor or TV.
The sub camera gives you the great ability to shoot precise
angles and close-up images even from a microscope.
Table of Contents
Safety Precautions ......................................... 2
Unpacking ...................................................... 3
Your video presenter ...................................... 4
Front view ..................................................... 4
Rear view ...................................................... 5
Controls .......................................................... 6
on the Control panel ....................................... 6
on the Remote control ..................................... 7
Setting up ....................................................... 8
Connecting to output device ...........................
TV or Monitor .................................................
Desktop computer ..........................................
USB connection ...........................................
RS-232C connection .....................................
10
10
11
11
11
Connecting external input ..............................
AV device ......................................................
Computer ......................................................
Microphone ....................................................
10
12
13
13
Using the presenter ........................................ 14
To see the image received from external device .. 14
To project an object on the video presenter ........ 16
Adjusting your image .....................................
Adjusting image size .......................................
Adjusting brightness .......................................
Adjusting image color .....................................
Positive and negative switching ........................
Rotating image ...............................................
Saving image in memory .................................
Screen divide and image shift ..........................
Saving custom user settings ............................
Reducing flicker ..............................................
19
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20
20
20
21
21
22
22
Optional accessories ....................................... 23
LCD monitor .................................................. 23
Sub camera ................................................... 23
Storage .......................................................... 24
Troubleshooting ............................................. 26
Replacing fuse ............................................... 27
Specification ................................................... 28
Safety precautions
Follow these safety instructions when setting
up and using your Video Presenter:
1. Do not place the presenter on an unstable
cart, stand, or table.
2. Do not use the presenter near water or
sources of heat.
3. Use the type of power source indicated on
the presenter. If you are not sure of the
power available, consult your dealer or
power company.
4. Place the presenter near a wall outlet where
the plug can be easily unplugged.
5. Take the following precautions for the plug.
Failure to comply with these precautions
could result in sparks or fire: Do not insert
the plug into an outlet with dust present.
Insert the plug firmly into the outlet.
6. Do not overload wall outlets, extension
cords, or integral convenience receptacles.
This can cause fire or electric shock.
7. Do not place the presenter where the cord
can be walked on. It may result in fraying or
damage to the plug.
8. Unplug the presenter from the wall outlet
before cleaning. Use a damp cloth for
cleaning. Do not use liquid or aerosol
cleaners.
9. Do not block the slots and openings in the
presenter case. They provide ventilation and
prevent the presenter from overheating. Do
not put the presenter on a sofa, rug, or
other soft surface or in a built-in installation,
unless proper ventilation is provided.
10. Never push objects of any kind through
cabinet slots. Never spill liquid of any kind
into the presenter.
11. Except as specifically explained in this
User’s Guide, do not attempt to service this
product yourself. Refer all servicing to
qualified service personnel. Opening or
removing covers may expose you to
dangerous voltages and other hazards.
12. Unplug the presenter during lightning
storms or when it will not be used for
extended periods.
13. Do not place the presenter and remote
control on top of heat-producing equipment
or in a heated place, such as a car.
14. Unplug the presenter from the wall outlet
and refer servicing to qualified service
personnel under the following conditions:
• When the power cord or plug is damaged
or frayed.
• If liquid has been spilled into the
presenter, or it has been exposed to rain
or water.
• If it does not operate normally when you
follow the operating instructions, or if it
exhibits a distinct change in performance,
indicating a need for service.
• If it has been dropped or the cabinet has
been damaged.
FCC Compliance Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class A digital device,
pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used
in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own
expense.
2
Unpacking
When you unpack your Video Presenter, make sure that
you have all these components.
Remote
control
Power cable*1
Audio/Video
cables
This User’s
Guide
S-video
cable
Dust
cover
USB cable*2
Adapter lens
and lens cap
Diskettes containing
SVP-5500 program
and USB driver, and
its User’s Guide*2
*1 The shape of power cable may differ, depending on your country.
*2 Available for SVP-5500DX only.
Optional accessories
Sub camera
LCD monitor
3
Your video presenter
Front view
Head lock button
Camera head
Rotatable 120o to top or bottom
and 270o to right or left.
Use the button to rotate
the camera head.
Lens adjuster
Use the switch to adjust
the lens angle.
Main lock
button
Arm lock button
Use the button to adjust
the height of the camera
head.
Arm
Use the switch to raise
or fold the main pole.
Head lamp
Head lamp
Control Panel
See page 6.
Light box
Handle
IR sensor
Receives the signals from the remote
control.
Handle is located in the
bottom. Use it when you
move this unit.
4
Rear view
Power connector
Connects to AC power outlet
(100-240V AC, 50/60Hz, 2A).
5
USB connector
2
1
VIDEO IN
VIDEO OUT
(SVP-5500DX only)
CAUTION:
FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION
AGAINST A RISK OF FIRE,
REPLACE ONLY WITH T2A 250V FUSE.
SUB
CAMERA
1
100-240V AC, 50/60HZ, 2A
RS-232C
VGA IN
USB
LCD
S-VIDEO
MIC
2
1
AUDIO IN
2
AUDIO OUT
Connects optional microphone.
RS-232C jack
Used to connect to PC
through a serial port.
4
3
S-VIDEO jack
Sends video signals from your Video
Presenter to a TV equipped with Svideo input terminal.
CAUTION:
1 VIDEO OUT 1, 2 jacks
Sends video signal from your Video
Presenter to a TV or monitor. The
signal from these two jacks are
equivalent.
AUDIO OUT 1, 2 jacks
Sends audio signal from your Video
Presenter to a TV or monitor. The
signals from these two jacks are
equivalent.
(SVP-5500DX only)
VIDEO IN
1
MIC
2
1
2
VGA IN
USB
V
CAUTION:
Connects optional
LCD monitor.
VIDEO IN
LCD
S-VIDEO
MIC
2
AUDIO IN
1
2
AUDIO OUT
FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION
AGAINST A RISK OF FIRE,
REPLACE ONLY WITH T2A 250V FUSE.
SUB
CAMERA
1
RS-232C
VGA IN
USB
LCD
S-VIDEO
MIC
A
5 SUB CAMERA jack
VIDEO OUT
SUB
AMERA
1
Receives audio signal from external
AV device (such as VCR or
camcorder). The signals from these
two jacks are equivalent.
RS-232C
AUDIO OUT
AUDIO IN
2 VIDEO IN 1, 2 jacks
AUDIO IN 1, 2 jacks
100-240V AC, 50/60HZ, 2A
Connects computer
VGA port using the
monitor cable
VIDEO OUT
4 LCD jack
Receives video signal from external
AV device (such as VCR or
camcorder). The signal from these
two jacks are equivalent.
To see the signal from this jack,
press INT/EXT button on the remote
control or the control panel of this
unit.
FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION
AGAINST A RISK OF FIRE,
REPLACE ONLY WITH T2A 250V FUSE.
3 VGA IN jack
Connects optional
sub camera.
VIDEO IN
PROTECTION
OF FIRE,
WITH T2A 250V FUSE.
SUB
CAMERA
1
2
5
Controls
You can find the same function buttons both on the control panel of your SVP-5500
and the remote control. You can use any of them to perform the function.
on the Control panel
Allows to choose the signal input to be
displayed.
Used to turn
power on and
off.
INT: Internal signal out from this unit.
EXT: External signal out from AV device
(if connected to this unit).
Enlarges or reduces
the image size on
the screen.
Turns the head lamps
and/or lightbox on or off.
ZOOM
INT/EXT
LAMP
AWC
IRIS
AF
NEGA/POSI
FREEZE
Adjusts image color
automatically.
POWER
5
(For SVP-5500DX only)
Keeps the current
image on the screen.
Adjusts the brightness of
the image
on the screen.
Allows to focus
automatically.
Switches image
negative or
positive.
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10
13
14
Installing Batteries in the Remote Control
Before using the remote control at first time, install batteries.
1. Remove the cover on the
back of the remote control.
2. Insert the batteries then
replace the cover.
Battery type:
AAA type 1.5V
6
8
on the Remote control
1 POWER
Turns power on and off.
2 INT/EXT
Allows to choose the signal input to be displayed.
3 NEGA/POSI
Switches image negative or positive.
1
4 LAMP
Turns the head lamps and/or lightbox on or off.
2
3
4
6
7
11
12
15
16
5 FOCUS
Allows to focus an object.
F: Used to focus an object which is in the far distance.
N: Used to focus an object being close.
AF: Used to focus automatically.
6 RED/BLUE/AWC
Adjusts the image color.
R +/- : Adjusts the red color.
B +/- : Adjusts the blue color.
AWC : Adjusts color automatically.
7 VOLUME
Adjusts the audio volume.
6 REVERSE
Puts the image on the screen into reverse. It rotates the
image by 180o.
9 FREEZE (for SVP-5500DX only)
Keeps the current image on the screen.
10 WIDE/TELE
12 • Enlarges the image size.
• Reduces the image size.
11 OPEN/CLOSE
• Opens iris to increase the brightness.
• Closes iris to decrease the brightness.
13 EXIT
Stops current function and return to the normal mode.
14 ANTI-FLK
Reduces the flicker on the screen.
15 PRESET
• Saves the customized user setting values.
• Activates the preset user settings.
16 SAVE/RECALL (for SVP-5500DX only)
• Saves the projected image into the memory of this unit.
• Recalls the image from the memory.
SVP-5500ST users can find FREEZE,
SAVE, RECALL, DIVIDE, and SHIFT
buttons, but the buttons do not perform
corresponding functions. The buttons
are activated in SVP-5500DX only.
DIVIDE (for SVP-5500DX only)
Divides the screen to see both of the current image and
the image recalled from the memory simultaneously on
one screen.
SHIFT (for SVP-5500DX only)
Shifts the recalled image shown in the divided screen from
the left to right to see the hidden portion of the image.
7
Setting up
While you pull the main lock button
toward the front of the presenter, lift
the arm.
Raise the head lamps at both sides.
Main lock button
Holding the head, adjust the angle
of the head.
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Remove the lens cap.
While you hold the arm lock button,
pull up the head to adjust the height.
Adjust the angle of the lamps
properly.
Arm lock
button
Connect the output and another input
device properly according to your
needs.
Plug the power cord in.
(See pages 10 through 13.)
230V
120V
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Connecting to output device
TV or Monitor
Connect a TV or monitor to this presenter to display the
projected image using the AV cables or S-video cable.
If you use an optional microphone or if your presentation
includes sound effects which is received from AUDIO IN
jack, you need to connect the audio cable to AUDIO OUT
jack.
5
4
3
2
1
0
Connection
Connect the yellow
plug to the video input
and white plug to the
audio input port.
Connect the yellow plug to the VIDEO
OUT and white plug to AUDIO OUT jack.
You may use 1 or 2 jack.
The signal from these
jacks are equivalent.
VIDEO IN
N:
TINUED PROTECTION
A RISK OF FIRE,
ONLY WITH T2A 250V FUSE.
1
VGA IN
VIDEO OUT
SUB
CAMERA
USB
LCD
S-VIDEO
MIC
2
AUDIO IN
1
2
AUDIO OUT
Or
If you have a TV or monitor equipped with
S-video terminal, you can connect to
S-video jack.
If you connect to S-video terminal, you may
obtain more clear image, but the signal from
the external AV source (if connected) is not
available on this terminal.
10
Desktop computer
For SVP-5500DX, connect a desktop PC using USB cable and
install the supplied SVP-5500 program. You can see the
projected image on the PC monitor and control the image as
a graphic file using the program.
RS-232C connection is available for advanced user. If you
connect a PC with RS-232C cable, you should set up your PC
and make your own program to control the projected image
on PC. Ask your dealer for further details.
5
4
3
2
1
0
USB connection
(SVP-5500DX only)
CAUTION:
FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION
AGAINST A RISK OF FIRE,
REPLACE ONLY WITH T2A 250V FUSE.
100-240V AC, 50/60HZ, 2A
RS-232C
VGA IN
SUB
CAMERA
USB
LCD
S-VIDE
Connect to the USB port on
your PC, then install the
supplied SVP-5500 program.
RS-232C connection
CAUTION:
FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION
AGAINST A RISK OF FIRE,
REPLACE ONLY WITH T2A 250V FUSE.
100-240V AC, 50/60HZ, 2A
RS-232C
VGA IN
SUB
CAMERA
USB
LCD
S-VIDE
Connect to the RS-232C
terminal on your PC.
RS-232C cable is not provided with the presenter.
You can obtain one from your computer dealer.
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Connecting ex ternal input
AV device
If you want to use image from external video source such as as
VCR, camcorder, laser disk player, DVD player, or any other
compatible AV device, connect the device to your presenter. With
the INT/EXT button on the presenter, you can switch the input
source during presentation from this external source and the
internal signal from the presenter.
If you wish to use audio, connect the audio cable between the AV
device and your presenter.
Connection
Connect the yellow plug to
the VIDEO IN and white
plug to AUDIO IN jack.
You may use 1 or 2 jack.
The signal from these
jacks are equivalent.
VIDEO IN
CAUTION:
FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION
AGAINST A RISK OF FIRE,
REPLACE ONLY WITH T2A 250V FUSE.
1
AC, 50/60HZ, 2A
RS-232C
VGA IN
VIDEO OUT
SUB
CAMERA
USB
LCD
S-VIDEO
MIC
2
AUDIO IN
1
2
AUDIO OUT
Connect the yellow plug to the
video output and white plug to the
audio output port.
12
Computer
If you connect computer through VGA IN port, you can
receive video signal from the computer.
Connection
(SVP-5500DX only)
VIDEO IN
CAUTION:
FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION
AGAINST A RISK OF FIRE,
REPLACE ONLY WITH T2A 250V FUSE.
1
0/60HZ, 2A
RS-232C
VGA IN
VIDEO OUT
SUB
CAMERA
USB
LCD
S-VIDEO
MIC
2
1
AUDIO IN
2
AUDIO OUT
Connect to VGA IN terminal using
the VGA cable from the computer.
VGA IN terminal is available for
SVP-5500DX only.
Connect to VGA port on the
computer equipped with XGA,
SVGA, or VGA graphic card.
Microphone
To enhance the presentation with the presenter’s voice guidance,
use a microphone. Microphone is not supplied with this presenter.
VIDEO IN
CAUTION:
FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION
AGAINST A RISK OF FIRE,
REPLACE ONLY WITH T2A 250V FUSE.
1
AC, 50/60HZ, 2A
RS-232C
VGA IN
VIDEO OUT
SUB
CAMERA
USB
LCD
S-VIDEO
MIC
2
AUDIO IN
1
2
AUDIO OUT
Use a microphone
equipped with 6.3.
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Using the presenter
To see the image received from external device
Set up your video presenter
properly.
(see page 8 and 9.)
Connect the input device from which you want to receive the
image and the output device on which you want to see the
image.
(see pages 10 through 13.)
Turn the power of the input and output device, and the video
presenter on.
ZOOM
POWER
POWER
IRIS
When the video presenter is powered on, the head lamps turn on. To turn
it off, press LAMP button of the presenter.
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INT/EXT
LAMP
LAMP
AWC
AF
NEGA/POSI
FREEZE
Effective range of the remote control
When using the remote control, always aim it directly
at the remote control receive window of your
video presenter. Refer to the figure at the
right side for acceptable range.
5m
30
30
5m
12m
Choose the video source with the
INT/EXT button of the presenter.
INT/EXT
INT/EXT
LAMP
AWC
AF
NEGA/POSI
FREEZE
If NO EXT SYNC is displayed,
check if the external input
device is connected properly.
• Each time you press the button, the
display shows EXT1 OUT, EXT2 OUT, AUX
OUT, VGA OUT, INT OUT.
• EXT1 OUT, EXT2 OUT
Choose this mode to see the image of
the AV device such as camcorder,
video, laser disk player, DVD player.
• AUX OUT
Choose this mode to see the image on
the optional sub camera.
• VGA OUT (available for SVP-5500DX only)
Choose this mode to see the image on
the computer connected to the VGA IN
port.
• INT OUT
Choose this mode to see the image
through the lens of the video presenter.
Open the image on the
AV device or computer.
Now you see the image
through the TV or
monitor.
If necessary, you can adjust
the audio volume using the
volume buttons on the remote
control.
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Using the presenter
Continued
To project an object on the video presenter
Set up your video
presenter properly.
(see page 8 and 9.)
Connect to a TV or monitor to display the image.
(see page 10.)
Turn the power of the output device and the video presenter on.
ZOOM
POWER
POWER
IRIS
Place the object on the lightbox, and adjust the head to face
the object.
If there is no image on the TV
or monitor, check if the cable
is properly connected, and
press the INT/EXT button of
the presenter to select the
input mode to INT OUT.
If you want to
rotate the
image
displayed, use
this switch to
adjust the lens
position.
5
4
3
2
1
0
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To adjust the
height to put the
lens closer to the
document, lower
the arm while
you hold down
the arm lock
button.
Select a proper lighting source with the LAMP button of the
presenter. Each time you press the button, head lamps on,
lightbox on, then all lighting off.
INT/EXT
LAMP
AWC
AF
NEGA/POSI
FREEZE
Head lamp. Use the head lamps to project
paper document and other material, and use
lightbox lamp to project transparencies.
5
4
3
2
Lightbox
1
0
Remove or attach the adapter lens according to the object
projected.
Rotate the lens to
remove or attach it.
5
4
3
2
1
0
• Adapter lens is required when you
project an object placed on the lightbox.
(Focusable distance : 24-32 cm)
• Adapter lens must be removed to focus
on the object located over 80 cm away.
• You cannot focus on object properly
when the distance between the object
and the camera is out of range stated
above.
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Focus on the object.
• In most situations, it is better to use the automatic focus feature. Use AF
button for automatic focusing.
• In some conditions, however, automatic focusing may be inadequate. Then
you must focus manually. Press FOCUS F (FAR) button or FOCUS N (NEAR)
button on the remote control to focus on object being far away or on object
being close to the camera lens.
INT/EXT
LAMP
AWC
AF
NEGA/POSI
FREEZE
Auto focusing is not work properly when you try to focus on objects
in conditions below.
In this case, adjust the focusing manually.
Object being too far away or too close to focus on. The automatic
focusable distance with the adapter lens attached is within 24 and
32 cm. Without the adapter lens, the range is 80 cm to
Object in a dark area.
The background is too bright.
Image containing several objects at the same time; some objects
being close to the lens of this unit and others being far away.
Very shiny or glassy surface
Repetitive horizontal or vertical lines
Object reflecting a strong beam.
You see the image on the TV or
monitor.
5
• To use versatile image control features,
see pages 20 through 22.
4
3
2
1
0
For SVP-5500DX, to change the object projected during presentation,
freeze the image on the screen using FREEZE button of the presenter then
change it. To cancel the freezing, press EXT button on the remote control.
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INT/EXT
LAMP
AWC
AF
NEGA/POSI
FREEZE
FREEZE
Adjusting your image
Use the control buttons on the remote control or on the control panel of the presenter
to adjust the projected image. Some of the main features are described below:
Adjusting image size
Press WIDE or TELE button
on the remote control to
reduce or enlarge the image
size displayed on the
screen.
ZOOM
IRIS
You can also use ZOOM
or ZOOM
button on the
control panel of the
presenter to achieve the
same result.
WIDE
TELE
Adjusting brightness
ZOOM
IRIS
Press IRIS
button on
the control panel or OPEN
button on the remote
control to lighten the
overall image.
Press IRIS
button on
the control panel or
CLOSE button on the
remote control panel to
darken the overall image.
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Adjusting image color
T
LAMP
AWC
AWC
NEGA/POSI
FREEZE
Hint:
To obtain best result, put the
camera lens facing the white
paper and press AWC button.
For automatic color
adjustment, press AWC
button.
If you want to fine adjust,
press BLUE +/– or RED +/–
button to increase or decrease
blue or red color factor
manually.
The color level
chosen will be
displayed.
Positive and negative switching
LAMP
AWC
NEGA/POSI
FREEZE
Press NEGA/POSI button.
Each time you press the
button, POSI or NEGA
appears alternately on the
screen. Set to POSI to see
normal object and set to
NEGA to see negative film.
Positive
Negative
Rotating image
Press REVERSE button to turn the image
upside down. This button is available only on
the remote control.
Normal image
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Reversed image
Saving image in memory
(for SVP-5500DX only)
You can save the image up to 8 frames into your video
presenter's memory. After saving you will be able to recall it.
To save the image into the memory, press SAVE
button and specify the memory location within 4
seconds using the number keys from 1 through 8.
If you want to recall the saved image from
memory, press RECALL button and press the
memory location number within 4 seconds. If you
press and hold down RECALL button, all images
saved in memory are displayed one by one.
If you want to exit from the recall mode, press
EXIT button.
If you turn the power off,
all the saved images will
be lost.
The memory location numbers are printed on the right side of
these buttons. For example, if you want to save the image into
memory location 7, press Save then press AF button printed 7
at right side.
Screen divide and image shift
(for SVP-5500DX only)
You can see both the image of an object currently projected and the image
saved in memory simultaneously on one screen.
Press DIVIDE button and press the memory
location number within 4 seconds to recall the
image you want to see.
You can see the image of
an object currently
projected at right side.
The recalled image from
memory appears at left
side. Press SHIFT button
to shift the image from
the left to right. Each time
you press the button, a
quarter of the image will
be moved from the left to
right.
To cancel this mode and return to normal
mode, press EXIT button.
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Saving custom user settings
(for SVP-5500DX only)
After you adjust feature value, you can save the value for next time use. You can
save up to 8 different custom user settings.
To save the current value, press Save button
and specify the memory location within 4
seconds using the number keys from 1 through
8.
To recall your custom setting, press the Recall
button and press the memory location number
within 4 seconds.
The memory location numbers are printed on the
right side of these buttons. For example, if you
want to save the image into memory location 7,
press Save then press AF button printed 7 at
right side.
You can not save the setting on the
REVERSE, FREEZE, RECALL, DIVIDE
buttons.
Reducing flicker
If your monitor screen flickers, press ANTFLK button. It will reduce the flicker on the
screen.
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Optional accessories
LCD monitor
This desktop LCD monitor
allows you to monitor the
image projected through
your video presenter.
1
The same image is displayed
on the TV or projector
connected to this unit.
VGA IN
USB
LCD
S-VIDEO
MIC
Connect to the LCD
socket on the back of
this presenter.
Sub camera
In addition to a main
camera, your video
presenter offers a small but
very userful sub camera as
an option.
This camera gives you the
great ability to shoot precise
angles and close up images
even from a microscope.
Connect to the SUB
CAMERA socket on the
back of this presenter.
VIDEO IN
SUB
CAMERA
1
2
Hold the camera as
shown and shoot
object freely.
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Storage
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Turn the power off and unplug the
power cord.
Attach the lens cap.
While you pull the main lock button
toward the front of the presenter,
fold the head completely.
Fold the lamps on both sides
completely.
Turn the head upside down.
While you hold the arm lock button,
lower the arm completely.
Use the handle
when you move it.
When you do not use it
for a long time, protect it
with the cover supplied.
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Troubleshooting
Sometimes problems can be easily solved by checking a few basic
things. Check below before you call for help or take your video
presenter to an authorized service center.
Picture is not
displayed.
• Check that the brightness is proper.
Adjust the brightness if necessary.
See page 19.
• Check for the video cable connection.
• Check that the built-in fuse is blown.
• Check that the lens cap is removed.
Picture is not
focused on
properly.
• Check that the proper lens is attached
to the camera.
• Press AF button to use automatic
focusing feature.
• Check that the object is not too close.
Picture of a slide or
a negative film is
not displayed.
PC does not
communicate using
USB.
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• Check that an lightbox lamp turns on.
• Check that the camera lens faces the
object.
• Check that a proper lens is attached to
the camera.
• Check that you set to NEGA or POSI
properly by pressing NEGA/POSI
button.
• Make sure that SVP-5500 program is
properly installed on the PC.
• Make sure that the OS is Windows 98.
The program does not operate on
Windows 95.
• For further details, refer to the User s
Guide came with the program.
Replacing fuse
1. Remove the fuse holder on the back
of this unit using a screw driver.
2. Remove the blown fuse and
replace it with a spare one.
Fuse in use
Spare
3. Replace the fuse holder.
The presenter does
not respond to the
remote control.
Head lamp does
not light up as
soon as the LAMP
button is pressed.
• Check the batteries in the remote
control. If they are used up, replace
with new ones. See page 6 to install
the batteries.
• Remove the batteries from the remote
control if it will not be used for a month
or more. This will help prevent possible
damage from battery leakage. If
leakage occurs, wipe up the liquid
inside the compartment and replace
the batteries with new ones.
• Built-in protection circuitry is activated
to protect the lamp circuit. It's normal.
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Specifications
Specifications are subject to
change without notice.
Description
Specifications
Lens
F1.4~2.7 f=3.9~62.4, 16 X POWER ZOOM
Shooting area
Max : 213 x 283mm, Min : 14 x 17.5mm
Optical
system
Focus
Powered (one-touch auto focus)
IRIS
Auto (with fine level adjustment)
Illumination
system
Upper
Side arm type
Lower
Built-in light box
NTSC
Pickup device: 1/4 410,000 pixels IT CCD
Total pixels: 811 (H) x 508 (V)
Effective pixels: 768 (H) x 494 (V)
PAL
Pickup device: 1/4 470,000 pixels IT CCD
Total pixels: 795 (H) x 596 (V)
Effective pixels: 752 (H) x 582 (V)
SYNC system
Resolution
White balance
S / N ratio
Video output
Image
Manual / AWC (one-touch)
46 dB or more
C-Video (VBS 1.0 Vp-p/75Ω unbalance)
S-Video (Y : 1.0 Vp-p/75Ω unbalance, C : 0.3 Vp-p/75Ω unbalance)
Available
Remote control
Supplied
Input selection
Image rotation
4 (5 ) Channels (Internal 1, External 3 (4 ))
Available
MECHANICAL (180O MAX)
ELECTRICAL (180O)
Image freeze
Available
Image save
Available (8 Frames)
Image recall
Available (8 Frames)
Image divide
Available
Image transfer to computer
Application software
Available (USB : full, 1/4, 1/16 mode)
Windows application in Windows 98 or later
Scan converter
Built-in (640 x 480, 800 x 600, 1024 x 768 : 3 Modes)
Preset function
Up to 8 user settings
Input terminal
Video (RCA/75Ω ) X 2, Audio (RCA) X 2, VGA (15 pin D-sub) X 1,
MIC (6.3 jack/optimal impedance 600Ω, 65dB) X 1
Output terminal
PC interface
Operating temperature/Humidity
Power
Dimension (mm)
Wight
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450 TVL
Positive/Negative switching
On-screen display
General
Internal SYNC
Video (RCA/75Ω) X 2, S-Video (MINI DIN 4P CON./75Ω) X 1,
Audio (RCA/optimal impedance 10KΩ or more, -10dB) X 2
Built-in USB and RS-232C
+5 C ~+35 C / 30% ~ 90%
AC 100V ~ 240V, 50/60Hz
In-use: 665(W) x 510(D) x 547(H)
Storage: 495(W) x 510(D) x 167(H)
8.3 kg
SVP-5500 DX only
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