User Manual
Projector
6765WU/6780WU/
6785W/6790
User’s Manual
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Important Information
Safety Cautions
Precautions
Pleasereadthismanualcarefullybeforeusingyourprojectorandkeepthemanualhandyforfuturereference.
CAUTION
To turn off main power, be sure to remove the plug from power outlet.
The power outlet socket should be installed as near to the equipment as possible, and should be easily
accessible.
CAUTION
TO PREVENT SHOCK, DO NOT OPEN THE CABINET.
THERE ARE HIGH-VOLTAGE COMPONENTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
This symbol warns the user that uninsulated voltage within the unit may be sufficient to cause electrical
shock. Therefore, it is dangerous to make any kind of contact with any part inside of the unit.
This symbol alerts the user that important information concerning the operation and maintenance of this
unit has been provided.
The information should be read carefully to avoid problems.
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
DO NOT USE THIS UNIT’S PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION CORD OR IN AN OUTLET UNLESS ALL THE PRONGS
CAN BE FULLY INSERTED.
DOC Compliance Notice (for Canada only)
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Machine Noise Information Regulation - 3. GPSGV,
The highest sound pressure level is less than 70 dB (A) in accordance with EN ISO 7779.
CAUTION
Avoid displaying stationary images for a prolonged period of time.
Doing so can result in these images being temporarily sustained on the surface of the LCD panel.
If this should happen, continue to use your projector. The static background from previous images will
disappear.
Disposing of your used product
In the European Union
EU-wide legislation as implemented in each Member State requires that used electrical and electronic products carrying the mark (left) must be disposed of separately from normal household waste. This includes
projectors and their electrical accessories. When you dispose of such products, please follow the guidance
of your local authority and/or ask the shop where you purchased the product.
After collecting the used products, they are reused and recycled in a proper way. This effort will help us reduce
the wastes as well as the negative impact to the human health and the environment at the minimum level.
The mark on the electrical and electronic products only applies to the current European Union Member States.
Outside the European Union
If you wish to dispose of used electrical and electronic products outside the European union, please contact
your local authority and ask for the correct method of disposal.
For EU: The crossed-out wheeled bin implies that used batteries should not be put to the general household
waste! There is a separate collection system for used batteries, to allow proper treatment and recycling in
accordance with legislation.
According the EU directive 2006/66/EC, the battery can’t be disposed improperly. The battery shall be separated to collect by local service.
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Important Information
WARNING TO CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS:
Handling the cables supplied with this product will expose you to lead, a chemical known to the State of California
to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. WASH HANDS AFTER HANDLING.
RF Interference (for USA only)
WARNING
The Federal Communications Commission does not allow any modifications or changes to the unit EXCEPT
thosespecifiedbyDukane Corpinthismanual.Failuretocomplywiththisgovernmentregulationcouldvoid
yourrighttooperatethisequipment.Thisequipmenthasbeentestedandfoundtocomplywiththelimitsfora
ClassBdigitaldevice,pursuanttoPart15oftheFCCRules.Theselimitsaredesignedtoprovidereasonable
protectionagainstharmfulinterferenceinaresidentialinstallation.Thisequipmentgenerates,uses,andcan
radiateradiofrequencyenergyand,ifnotinstalledandusedinaccordancewiththeinstructions,maycause
harmfulinterferencetoradiocommunications.However,thereisnoguaranteethatinterferencewillnot occur
in a particular installation.
Ifthisequipmentdoescauseharmfulinterferencetoradioortelevisionreception,whichcanbedeterminedby
turningtheequipmentoffandon,theuserisencouragedtotrytocorrecttheinterferencebyoneormoreofthe
followingmeasures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation 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.
For UK only: In UK, a BS approved power cord with moulded plug has a Black (five Amps) fuse installed for use with
this equipment. If a power cord is not supplied with this equipment please contact your supplier.
Important Safeguards
These safety instructions are to ensure the long life of your projector and to prevent fire and shock. Please read them
carefully and heed all warnings.
Installation
• Do not place the projector in the following conditions:
- on an unstable cart, stand, or table.
- near water, baths, or damp rooms.
- in direct sunlight, near heaters, or heat radiating appliances.
- in a dusty, smoky or steamy environment.
- on a sheet of paper or cloth, rugs or carpets.
• Do not install and store the projector in the below circumstances. Failure to do so may cause of malfunction.
- In powerful magnetic fields
- In corrosive gas environment
- Outdoors
• If you wish to have the projector installed on the ceiling:
- Do not attempt to install the projector yourself.
- The projector must be installed by qualified technicians in order to ensure proper operation and reduce the risk
of bodily injury.
- In addition, the ceiling must be strong enough to support the projector and the installation must be in accordance
with any local building codes.
- Please consult your dealer for more information.
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Important Information
WARNING
• Do not cover the lens with the lens cap or equivalent while the projector is on. Doing so can lead to melting of
the cap due to the heat emitted from the light output.
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Do not place any objects, which are easily affected by heat, in front of the projector lens. Doing so could lead
to the object melting from the heat that is emitted from the light output.
The below pictogram indicated on the cabinet means the precaution for avoiding to place objects in front of the
projector lens.
This projector can be installed any angle within vertical.
For portrait installation, install the projector with the intake vent at the bottom. Observe precautions for portrait installation.
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A customized stand is required to be attached to the projector. (→ page 150)
130 mm or more
Fire and Shock Precautions
• Ensure that there is sufficient ventilation and that vents are unobstructed to prevent the build-up of heat inside your
projector. Allow enough space between your projector and a wall. (→ page viii)
• Do not try to touch the exhaust vents on the left rear and the rear (when seen from the front) as it can become heated
while the projector is turned on and immediately after the projector is turned off. Parts of the projector may become
temporarily heated if the projector is turned off with the POWER button or if the AC power supply is disconnected
during normal projector operation. Use caution when picking up the projector.
The below pictogram means the caution to hot area.
• Prevent foreign objects such as paper clips and bits of paper from falling into your projector. Do not attempt to retrieve
any objects that might fall into your projector. Do not insert any metal objects such as a wire or screwdriver into your
projector. If something should fall into your projector, disconnect it immediately and have the object removed by a
qualified service personnel.
• Do not place any objects on top of the projector.
• Do not touch the power plug during a thunderstorm. Doing so can cause electrical shock.
• The projector is designed to operate on a power supply of 100-240V AC 50/60 Hz. Ensure that your power supply
fits this requirement before attempting to use your projector.
• Make sure to mount the power cord stopper before attempting to use your projector. Please refer to page 15 about
the power cord stopper.
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Important Information
• Do not look into the lens while the projector is on. Serious damage to your eyes could result. The following label,
that is indicated at the lens-mounting-section on the projector cabinet, describes this projector is categorized in the
risk group 2 of IEC62471-5: 2015. As with any bright light source, do not stare into the beam, RG2 IEC 62471-5:
2015.
• Perform the adjustment from behind or from the side of the projector. Adjusting from the front could expose your
eyes to strong light which could injure them.
• Keep any items (magnifying glass etc.) out of the light path of the projector. The light path being projected from the
lens is extensive, therefore any kind of abnormal objects that can redirect light coming out of the lens, can cause
an unpredictable outcome such as a fire or injury to the eyes.
• Do not place any objects, which are easily affected by heat, in front of a projector exhaust vent.
Doing so could lead to the object melting or getting your hands burned from the heat that is emitted from the exhaust
vent.
• Handle the power cord carefully. A damaged or frayed power cord can cause electric shock or fire.
- Do not use any power cord other than the one supplied with the projector.
If the supplied power cord does not satisfy requirements of your region's safety standard, and voltage and current
for your region, make sure to use the power cord that conforms to and satisfies them.
- Do not bend or tug the power cord excessively.
- Do not place the power cord under the projector, or any heavy object.
- Do not cover the power cord with other soft materials such as rugs.
- Do not heat the power cord.
- Do not handle the power plug with wet hands.
• Turn off the projector, unplug the power cord and have the projector serviced by a qualified service personnel under
the following conditions:
- When the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
- If liquid has been spilled into the projector, or if it has been exposed to rain or water.
- If the projector does not operate normally when you follow the instructions described in this user’s manual.
- If the projector has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged.
- If the projector exhibits a distinct change in performance, indicating a need for service.
• Disconnect the power cord and any other cables before carrying the projector.
• Turn off the projector and unplug the power cord before cleaning the cabinet or replacing the lamp.
• Turn off the projector and unplug the power cord if the projector is not to be used for an extended period of time.
• When using a LAN cable:
For safety, do not connect to the connector for peripheral device wiring that might have excessive voltage.
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CAUTION
• Do not use the tilt-foot for purposes other than originally intended. Misuses such as gripping the tilt-foot or hanging on the wall can cause damage to the projector.
• Do not hold the cable cover while moving the projector or do not apply excessive force to the cable cover. Doing
so may damage the cable cover, resulting in injury.
• Be sure to tighten the screws after attaching the cable cover. Failure to do so may cause the cable cover to come
off and fall, resulting in injury or damage to the cable cover.
• Do not put bundled cables in the cable cover. Doing so may damage the power cord, resulting in a fire.
• Select [HIGH] in Fan mode if you continue to use the projector for consecutive days. (From the menu, select
[SETUP] → [OPTIONS(1)] → [FAN MODE] → [MODE] → [HIGH].)
• Do not move the projector by holding the cable cover. Doing so may result in the projector falling or causing
injury.
• Do not unplug the power cable from the wall outlet or projector when the projector is powered on. Doing so can
cause damage to the AC IN terminal of the projector and (or) the prong plug of the power cable.
To turn off the AC power supply under the state the projector is ON, use a power strip equipped with a switch
and a breaker.
• Do not turn off the AC power for 60 seconds after the lamp is turned on and while the POWER indicator is blinking blue. Doing so could cause premature lamp failure.
• The power plug may be unplugged from the socket after turning off the power supply of the projector.
Immediately after turning off the AC power supply during video projection, or after turning off the power supply
of the projector, the projector cabinet may become very hot momentarily. Please handle with care.
Caution on Handling the Optional Lens
When shipping the projector with the lens, remove the lens before shipping the projector. Always attach the dust cap
to the lens whenever it is not mounted on the projector. The lens and the lens shift mechanism may encounter damage caused by improper handling during transportation.
Do not hold the lens part when carrying the projector.
Doing so could cause the focus ring to rotate, resulting in accidental dropping of the projector.
In the condition the projector is no lens mounted, do not put your hands in the lens mount opening for carrying the
projector.
Keep hands away from the lens mounting portion while performing a lens shift. Failure to do so could result in fingers
being pinched by the moving lens.
Remote Control Precautions
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Handle the remote control carefully.
If the remote control gets wet, wipe it dry immediately.
Avoid excessive heat and humidity.
Do not short, heat, or take apart batteries.
Do not throw batteries into fire.
If you will not be using the remote control for a long time, remove the batteries.
Ensure that you have the batteries’ polarity (+/−) aligned correctly.
Do not use new and old batteries together, or use different types of batteries together.
Dispose of used batteries according to your local regulations.
Note for Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999
Thelamp(s)inthisproductcontainsmercury.Pleasedisposeaccordingtoyourlocalauthoritylaw.
FORMOREINFORMATION,CONTACT:
DUKANE CORP AV SERVICE DEPT
2900 Dukane Drive,St Charles, IL 60174
TELEPHONE800-676-2487 / 630-762-4032, Fax 630-584-5156, email: [email protected]
www.dukaneav.com
Note for US Residents
The lamp in this product contains mercury. Please dispose according to Local, State or Federal Laws.
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Important Information
Lamp Replacement
• Use the specified lamp for safety and performance.
• To replace the lamp, follow all instructions provided on page 156.
• Be sure to replace the lamp and filter when the message [THE LAMP HAS REACHED THE END OF ITS USABLE
LIFE. PLEASE REPLACE THE LAMP. USE THE SPECIFIED LAMP FOR SAFETY AND PERFORMANCE.]
appears. If you continue to use the lamp after the lamp has reached the end of its usable life, the lamp bulb may
shatter, and pieces of glass may be scattered in the lamp case. Do not touch them as the pieces of glass may cause
injury.
If this happens, contact your dealer for lamp replacement.
A Lamp Characteristic
The projector has a discharge lamp for special purposes as a light source.
A lamp has a characteristic that its brightness gradually decreases with age. Also repeatedly turning the lamp on
and off will increase the possibility of its lower brightness.
CAUTION:
• DO NOT TOUCH THE LAMP immediately after it has been used. It will be extremely hot. Turn the projector off
and then disconnect the power cord. Allow at least one hour for the lamp to cool before handling.
• When removing the lamp from a ceiling-mounted projector, make sure that no one is under the projector. Glass
fragments could fall if the lamp has been burned out.
About High Altitude mode
• Set [FAN MODE] to [HIGH ALTITUDE] when using the projector at altitudes approximately 5500 feet/1700 meters
or higher.
Using the projector at altitudes approximately 5500 feet/1700 meters or higher without setting to [HIGH ALTITUDE]
can cause the projector to overheat and the protector could shut down. If this happens, wait a couple minutes and
turn on the projector.
• Using the projector at altitudes less than approximately 5500 feet/1700 meters and setting to [HIGH ALTITUDE]
can cause the lamp to overcool, causing the image to flicker. Switch [FAN MODE] to [AUTO].
• Using the projector at altitudes approximately 5500 feet/1700 meters or higher can shorten the life of optical components such as the lamp.
About Copyright of original projected pictures:
Please note that using this projector for the purpose of commercial gain or the attraction of public attention in a venue
such as a coffee shop or hotel and employing compression or expansion of the screen image with the following functions may raise concern about the infringement of copyrights which are protected by copyright law.
[ASPECT RATIO], [KEYSTONE], Magnifying feature and other similar features.
Turkish RoHS information relevant for Turkish market
EEE Yönetmeliğine Uygundur.
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Important Information
Health precautions to users viewing 3D images
Before viewing, be sure to read health care precautions that may be found in the user’s manual included with your 3D
eyeglasses or your 3D compatible content such as Blu-ray Discs, video games, computer’s video files and the like.
To avoid any adverse symptoms, heed the following:
• Do not use 3D eyeglasses for viewing any material other than 3D images.
• Allow a distance of 2 m/7 feet or greater between the screen and a user. Viewing 3D images from too close a
distance can strain your eyes.
• Avoid viewing 3D images for a prolonged period of time. Take a break of 15 minutes or longer after every hour
of viewing.
• If you or any member of your family has a history of light-sensitive seizures, consult a doctor before viewing 3D
images.
• While viewing 3D images, if you get sick such as nausea, dizziness, queasiness, headache, eyestrain, blurry
vision, convulsions, and numbness, stop viewing them. If symptoms still persist, consult a doctor.
• View 3D images from the front of the screen. Viewing from an angle may cause fatigue or eyestrain.
AUTO POWER OFF Function
The factory default setting for [AUTO POWER OFF] is 15 minutes. If no input signal is received and no operation is
performed on the projector during 15 minutes, the projector is automatically powered off for saving the power consumption. In order to control the projector by an external device, set the [AUTO POWER OFF] to [OFF]. Please refer
page 133 for details.
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Important Information
Clearance for Installing the Projector
Allow ample clearance between the projector and its surroundings as shown below.
The high temperature exhaust coming out of the device may be sucked into the device again.
Avoid installing the projector in a place where air movement from the HVAC is directed at the projector.
Heated air from the HVAC can be taken in by the projector's intake vent. If this happens, the temperature inside the
projector will rise too high causing the over-temperature protector to automatically turn off the projectors power.
Example 1 – If there are walls on both sides of the projector.
20 cm/7.9" or greater
13 cm/5.1" or greater
Lamp cover
Filter cover
(Intake vent)
NOTE:
The drawing shows the proper clearance required for the left and right of the projector assuming sufficient clearance has been kept
for the front, back and top of the projector.
Example 2 – If there is a wall behind the projector.
10 cm/3.9" or greater
Exhaust vent
NOTE:
The drawing shows the proper clearance required for the back of the projector assuming sufficient clearance has been kept for the
right, left and top of the projector.
Example 3 – In the case of portrait projection.
13 cm/5.1" or greater
Filter cover
(Intake vent)
NOTE:
• The drawing shows the proper clearance required for under the projector assuming sufficient clearance has been kept for the
front, rear and top of the projector.
• See page 150 for an installation example on portrait projection.
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Table of Contents
Important Information............................................................................................. i
1. Introduction............................................................................................................1
❶ What’s in the Box?...........................................................................................................1
❷ Introduction to the Projector.............................................................................................2
Congratulations on Your Purchase of the Projector....................................................2
Installation..................................................................................................................2
Videos........................................................................................................................2
Network......................................................................................................................3
Energy-saving............................................................................................................3
Maintenance..............................................................................................................4
About this user’s manual............................................................................................5
❸ Part Names of the Projector............................................................................................6
Front/Top....................................................................................................................6
Rear...........................................................................................................................8
Controls/Indicator Panel.............................................................................................9
Terminals................................................................................................................. 10
❹ Part Names of the Remote Control................................................................................ 11
Battery Installation...................................................................................................12
Remote Control Precautions....................................................................................12
Operating Range for Wireless Remote Control........................................................13
2. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation)................................................14
❶ Flow of Projecting an Image..........................................................................................14
❷ Connecting Your Computer/Connecting the Power Cord...............................................15
Using the power cord stopper..................................................................................15
❸ Turning on the Projector.................................................................................................17
Performing Lens Calibration ....................................................................................17
Note on Startup screen (Menu Language Select screen)........................................18
❹ Selecting a Source........................................................................................................19
Selecting the computer or video source...................................................................19
❺ Adjusting the Picture Size and Position.........................................................................21
Adjusting the vertical position of a projected image (Lens shift)..............................22
Focus.......................................................................................................................23
Applicable lens: NP30ZL..........................................................................................24
Applicable lens: NP11FL..........................................................................................25
Applicable lens: NP40ZL/NP41ZL............................................................................26
Applicable lens: NP42ZL..........................................................................................27
Zoom........................................................................................................................28
Adjusting the Tilt Foot...............................................................................................29
❻ Optimizing Computer Signal Automatically....................................................................30
Adjusting the Image Using Auto Adjust....................................................................30
❼ Turning Up or Down Volume..........................................................................................30
❽ Turning off the Projector.................................................................................................31
❾ After Use........................................................................................................................32
3. Convenient Features.......................................................................................33
❶ Turning off the Image and Sound...................................................................................33
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❷ Shift the On-Screen Menu displaying position...............................................................34
❸ Freezing a Picture..........................................................................................................35
❹ Enlarging a Picture........................................................................................................35
❺ Changing Eco Mode/Checking Energy-Saving Effect Using Eco Mode [ECO MODE].. 36
Checking Energy-Saving Effect [CARBON METER]................................................37
❻ Correcting Horizontal and Vertical Keystone Distortion [CORNERSTONE]...................38
❼ Operation for the On-Screen Menu by a commercially available USB mouse...............40
Menu operation........................................................................................................40
Menu position control...............................................................................................41
Geometric correction................................................................................................41
❽ Preventing the Unauthorized Use of the Projector [SECURITY].........................................43
❾ Projecting 3D videos......................................................................................................46
Procedure to watch 3D videos using this projector..................................................46
When videos cannot be viewed in 3D......................................................................48
❿ Controlling the Projector by Using an HTTP Browser....................................................49
⓫ Storing Changes for Lens Shift, Zoom, and Focus [LENS MEMORY]..........................56
To store your adjusted values in [REF. LENS MEMORY]:........................................56
To call up your adjusted values from [REF. LENS MEMORY]:.................................59
4. Multi-Screen Projection................................................................................62
❶ Things that can be done using multi-screen projection.................................................62
Case 1. Using a single projector to project two types of videos [PIP/PICTURE
BY PICTURE]..........................................................................................................62
Case 2. Using four projectors (liquid crystal panel: WUXGA) to project videos
with a resolution of 3840 × 2160 pixels [TILING].....................................................63
Things to note when installing projectors.................................................................65
❷ Displaying Two Pictures at the Same Time....................................................................66
Projecting two screens.............................................................................................67
Switching the main display with the sub-display and vice versa..............................68
Restrictions..............................................................................................................69
❸ Displaying a Picture Using [EDGE BLENDING]............................................................70
Setting the overlap of projection screens.................................................................71
BLEND CURVE.......................................................................................................73
Black Level Adjustment............................................................................................ 74
5. Using On-Screen Menu..................................................................................76
❶ Using the Menus............................................................................................................76
❷ Menu Elements..............................................................................................................77
❸ List of Menu Items.........................................................................................................78
❹ Menu Descriptions & Functions [INPUT].......................................................................84
❺ Menu Descriptions & Functions [ADJUST]....................................................................88
[PICTURE]...............................................................................................................88
[IMAGE OPTIONS]..................................................................................................92
[VIDEO]....................................................................................................................96
[3D SETTINGS].......................................................................................................98
Using the Lens Memory Function [LENS MEMORY]...............................................99
❻ Menu Descriptions & Functions [DISPLAY]................................................................. 101
[PIP/PICTURE BY PICTURE]................................................................................ 101
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[GEOMETRIC CORRECTION].............................................................................. 103
[EDGE BLENDING]............................................................................................... 108
[MULTI SCREEN].................................................................................................. 109
❼ Menu Descriptions & Functions [SETUP].....................................................................111
[MENU(1)]...............................................................................................................111
[MENU(2)].............................................................................................................. 113
[INSTALLATION].................................................................................................... 114
[CONTROL]........................................................................................................... 118
[NETWORK SETTINGS]........................................................................................125
[SOURCE OPTIONS]............................................................................................130
[POWER OPTIONS]..............................................................................................132
Returning to Factory Default [RESET]...................................................................134
❽ Menu Descriptions & Functions [INFO.]......................................................................136
[USAGE TIME].......................................................................................................136
[SOURCE(1)].........................................................................................................137
[SOURCE(2)].........................................................................................................137
[SOURCE(3)].........................................................................................................137
[SOURCE(4)].........................................................................................................138
[WIRED LAN].........................................................................................................138
[VERSION].............................................................................................................138
[OTHERS]..............................................................................................................139
[CONDITIONS]......................................................................................................139
[HDBaseT].............................................................................................................140
6. Connecting to Other Equipment............................................................141
❶ Mounting a lens (sold separately)................................................................................141
Mounting the lens..................................................................................................141
Removing the lens.................................................................................................142
❷ Making Connections....................................................................................................143
Analog RGB signal connection..............................................................................143
Digital RGB signal connection...............................................................................144
Connecting Component Input................................................................................146
Connecting HDMI Input..........................................................................................147
Connecting to a HDBaseT transmission device (sold commercially).....................148
Connecting several projectors ...............................................................................149
Portrait projection (vertical orientation)..................................................................150
Connecting to a Wired LAN....................................................................................152
7. Maintenance......................................................................................................153
❶ Cleaning the Filters......................................................................................................153
❷ Cleaning the Lens.......................................................................................................155
❸ Cleaning the Cabinet...................................................................................................155
❹ Replacing the Lamp.....................................................................................................156
❺ Replacing the filters.....................................................................................................160
8. Appendix...............................................................................................................162
❶ Throw distance and screen size..................................................................................162
Lens types and throw distance..............................................................................162
Tables of screen sizes and dimensions..................................................................166
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Lens shifting range.................................................................................................167
❷ Compatible Input Signal List........................................................................................169
❸ Specifications..............................................................................................................172
❹ Cabinet Dimensions....................................................................................................175
❺ Mounting the cable cover (sold separately)................................................................. 176
❻ Pin assignments and signal names of main connectors..............................................177
❼ Changing the Background Logo (Virtual Remote Tool)................................................179
❽ Troubleshooting...........................................................................................................180
Feature of each indicator.......................................................................................180
Indicator Message (Status message)....................................................................180
Indicator Message (Error message).......................................................................182
Explanation on the POWER indicator and standby state.......................................183
Common Problems & Solutions.............................................................................185
If there is no picture, or the picture is not displayed correctly.................................187
❾ PC Control Codes and Cable Connection...................................................................188
❿ Troubleshooting Check List..........................................................................................191
⓫ REGISTER YOUR PROJECTOR! (for residents in the United States, Canada, and
Mexico)..................................................................................................................193
Note: The Dukane models described in this document are manufactured by NEC and use the same firmware, software programs, control
code, and accessory parts. The equivalent Dukane to NEC models are
6765WU (NP-PA653U), 6780WU (NP-PA803U), 6785W (NP-PA853W),
and 6790 (NP-PA903X).
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1. Introduction
❶ What’s in the Box?
Make sure your box contains everything listed. If any pieces are missing, contact your dealer.
Please save the original box and packing materials if you ever need to ship your projector.
Projector
Dust cap for lens
* The projector is shipped without
a lens. For the types of lens and
throw distances, see page 162.
Power cord
(US: 7N080241)
(EU: 7N080022)
Remote control
(7N901081)
Power cord stopper
(24F53221/24F53231)
For the preventive measure from dropping off
the power cord.
AA alkaline batteries
(x2)
Lens theft prevention screw
(24V00841)
This screw makes it difficult to
remove the lens mounted on
the projector. (→ page 142)
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Input selection character sticker
Straps (for preventing the lamp
cover and the filter cover from falling down)
Attaching the straps to the lamp
cover and the filter cover prevents
them from falling when the projector is suspended from the ceiling.
1. Introduction
❷ Introduction to the Projector
This section introduces you to your new projector and describes the features and controls.
Congratulations on Your Purchase of the Projector
This projector is one of the very best projectors available today. The projector enables you to project precise images
up to 500 inches across (measured diagonally) from your PC or Mac computer (desktop or notebook), VCR, Blu-ray
player, or document camera.
You can use the projector on a tabletop or cart, you can use the projector to project images from behind the screen,
and the projector can be permanently mounted on a ceiling*1. The remote control can be used wirelessly.
*1 Do not attempt to mount the projector on a ceiling yourself.
The projector must be installed by qualified technicians in order to ensure proper operation and reduce the risk
of bodily injury.
In addition, the ceiling must be strong enough to support the projector and the installation must be in accordance
with any local building codes. Please consult your dealer for more information.
Installation
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•
Liquid crystal type high brightness/high resolution projector
Model
Brightness
Resolution
Aspect Ratio
6765WU
6,500 lumens
1920x1200 (WUXGA)
16:10
6780WU
8,000 lumens
1920x1200 (WUXGA)
16:10
6785W
8,500 lumens
1280x800 (WXGA)
16:10
6790
9,000 lumens
1024x768 (XGA)
4:3
Wide range of optional lenses selectable according to the place of installation
This projector supports eight types of optional lenses, providing a selection of lenses adapted to a variety of places
of installation and projection methods.
In addition, the lenses can be mounted and removed in one touch.
Note that no lens is mounted upon shipment from the factory. Please purchase optional lenses separately.
•
Motorized lens control function for easily adjusting the position of the projected image
The position of the projected image (lens shift) can be adjusted by buttons either on the control panel on the side
face of the cabinet or the remote control.
•
360° installation angle (tilt-free)
The projector can be installed at any angle (360°) however, the projector cannot be installed tilted to the left or
right.
•
Portrait projection is possible
This projector can perform portrait projection with the projection screen turned 90°.
Videos
•
Wide range of input/output terminals (HDMI, DisplayPort, HDBaseT, etc.)
The projector is equipped with a variety of input/output terminals: HDMI (input × 2), DisplayPort, HDBase T (input
x 1, output x 1), computer (analog), etc.
The projector’s HDMI input, DisplayPort input terminals and HDBaseT Ports support HDCP.
•
HDMI and HDBaseT support HDCP 2.2/1.4
•
DisplayPort supports HDCP 1.4
•
Simultaneous display of 2 images (PIP/PICTURE BY PICTURE)
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1. Introduction
Two images can be projected simultaneously with a single projector.
There are two types of layouts for the two images: “picture-in-picture” in which a sub-picture is displayed on the
main picture, and “picture-by-picture” in which the main and sub pictures are displayed next to each other.
•
Multi-screen projection using multiple projectors
This projetor equips the HDBaseT IN/Ethernet and HDBaseT OUT/Ethernet ports. Multiple projectors in same
brightness and resolution up to four units can be conneted in a daisy chain by a LAN*1 cable via these terminals
without a video cable. A high quality picture is achieved by dividing and projecting high resolution videos among
the various projectors.
Furthermore, the boundaries of the screens are smoothed using an edge blending function.
*1 Use a commercially available CAT 5e STP cable or one in a higher specification.
•
Seamless switch function for smoother screen changes when switching the signal
When the input connector is switched, the image displayed before switching is held so that that the new image can
be switched to without a break due to absence of a signal.
•
Supports HDMI 3D format
This projector can be used to watch videos in 3D using commercially-available active shutter-type 3D eyewear and
3D emitters that support Xpand 3D.
Network
•
Supports wired LAN
EquipstheLANandHDBaseT/Ethernet(RJ-45)ports.UtilizingawiredLANconnectedwiththeseports,itenables
to control the projector by a computer.
•
•
CRESTRON ROOMVIEW and Extron XTP compatibility
The projector supports CRESTRON ROOMVIEW and Extron XTP, allowing multiple devices connected in the
networktobemanagedandcontrolledfromacomputerMoreover,itenablestooutputandcontrolimageviaan
ExtronXTPtransmitterconnectedwiththeprojector..
Convenientutilitysoftware(UserSupportware)providedasstandard
Thisprojectorsupportsourutilitysoftware(NaViSetAdministrator2,VirtualRemoteTool,etc.).
NaViSetAdministrator2helpsyoucontroltheprojectorbyacomputerviawiredLANconnection.
VirtualRemoteToolhelpsyouperformoperationsbyavirtualremotecontrolsuchasprojector'spoweronoroff
andsignalselectionviawiredLANconnection.Moreover,ithasfunctiontosendanimagetotheprojectorand
registeritasthelogodata.
Pleasevisitourwebsitefordownloadingeachsoftware.
URL: www.dukaneav.com
Energy-saving
•
Energy-saving design with a standby power consumption of 0.24W (100-130 V) / 0.30W (200-240 V)
When the on-screen menu’s standby mode is set to “NORMAL”, the power consumption in the standby mode activating the Power Management is 0.24W (100-130 V) / 0.30W (200-240 V) and 0.20W (100-130 V) / 0.26W (200-240
V) when LAN is ineffective.
•
“Eco mode” for low power consumption and “Carbon Meter” display
The projector is equipped with an “eco mode” for reducing power consumption during use. Furthermore, the
power-saving effect when the eco mode is set is converted into the amount of reductions of CO2 emissions and
this is indicated on the confirmation message displayed when the power is turned off and at “Information” on the
on-screen menu (CARBON METER).
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1. Introduction
Maintenance
• Maximum replacement time for the lamp is 5000 hours and for the filter is 10000 hours.
When used in the eco mode, the lamp replacement time* is extended to a maximum of 5000 hours.
* This time is not guaranteed.
At the same time, the maximum usage time for the filter is 10000 hours.**
** It is vary depending on the projector installation circumstances.
* Actual menus may be different from the menu images in this user’s manual.
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1. Introduction
About this user’s manual
The fastest way to get started is to take your time and do everything right the first time. Take a few minutes now to
review the user’s manual. This may save you time later on. At the beginning of each section of the manual you’ll find
an overview. If the section doesn’t apply, you can skip it.
Notation by Resolution
These indicate the descriptions of the model groups according to the resolution of the liquid crystal panels.
WUXGA Type
Applicable to models PA803U/PA723U/PA
653U.
6765WU/6780WU.
WXGA Type
Applicable to models PA853W/PA703W.
6785W.
XGA Type
6790.
Applicable to models PA903X.
*The description applies to all models if the type name is not indicated.
Model Name Symbol
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1. Introduction
❸ Part Names of the Projector
Front/Top
The lens is sold separately. The description below is for when the NP13ZL lens is mounted.
Zoom Lever/Zoom Ring (→ page
28)
Indicator Section
(→ page 9)
Remote Sensor
(→ page 13)
Remote Sensor (located on the
front and the rear)
(→ page 13)
Exhaust vent
Heated air is exhausted from here.
Lamp Cover (→ page 156)
Adjustable Tilt Foot
(→ page 29)
Controls
(→ page 9)
Lens Cap
(The optional lens is shipped with
the lens cap.)
Lens
Security Bar
Attach an anti-theft device.
The security bar accepts security
wires or chains up to 0.18 inch/4.6
mm in diameter.
Focus Ring
(→ page 23)
Adjustable Tilt Foot
(→ page 29)
Lens Release Button
(→ page 142)
Mounting the strap
Before starting to use, mount the straps to the lamp cover and the filter cover for preventing them from dropping down.
Lamp cover
Preparation: Remove the lamp cover from the projector.
Refer to the clause “Replacing the lamp” on page 156 about the lamp cover installation.
1. Insert the L-shaped part of the lamp cover strap (flat resinoid strap) to the protruded section on the rear
face of the lamp cover as the below illustration.
Hole for fixing the strap
2. Insert the opposite side of the lamp cover strap to the hole on the projector body.
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1. Introduction
Filter cover
Preparation: Remove the filter cover from the projector.
Refer to the clause “Replacing the filter” on page 160 about the filter cover installation.
1. Insert the round protrusion at the filter cover strap end (resinoid strap) to the hole on the filter cover.
2. Insert the square protrusion at the opposite end of the filter cover strap to the hole on the projector body
and rotate the strap 90°for fixation. It becomes easier to fix the strap if you remove the filter once.
Hole for fixing the strap
Rotate the strap 90°
How to paste the input selection character sticker of the remote control
• Peel off the cover of the sticker and align the sticker holes with Buttons 1 to 6 before pasting.
• Please take care not to let the sticker contact the buttons when pasting.
• The explanations and illustrations in this manual are provided with the sticker pasted.
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1. Introduction
Rear
Remote Sensor (located on the
front and the rear)
(→ page 13)
Terminals
(→ page 10)
Exhaust vent
Heated air is exhausted from here.
Intake vent / Filter
(→ page 153, 160)
Built-in Security Slot (
Cable cover connection
(right and left)
Screw holes and grooves for the
optional cable cover
(→ page 176)
)*
AC IN Terminal
Connect the supplied power cord’s
three-pin plug here, and plug the
other end into an active wall outlet.
(→ page 15)
* This security slot supports the MicroSaver ® Security System.
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1. Introduction
Controls/Indicator Panel
2
3
4
5
11 12
13
1
1.
(POWER) Button
(→ page 17, 31)
2. POWER Indicator
(→ page 16, 17, 31, 180, 183)
3. STATUS Indicator
(→ page 180, 183)
4. LAMP Indicator
(→ page 156, 180, 183)
5. TEMP. Indicator
(→ page 36, 180, 183)
6. INPUT Button
(→ page 19)
7. MENU Button
(→ page 76)
8. ▲▼◀▶ / Volume Buttons ◀▶
(→ page 30, 76)
9. ENTER Button
(→ page 76)
10.EXIT Button
(→ page 76)
11. FOCUS Button
(→ page 26)
12.ZOOM/L-CALIB. Button
(→ page 28)
13.SHIFT Button
(→ page 22)
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6
8
9
7
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1. Introduction
Terminals
6
3
1
2
4
7
12
1. HDMI 1 IN Terminal (Type A)
(→ page 144, 145, 147)
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5
9
8 13 10
13.REMOTE Terminal (Stereo Mini)
Use this terminal for wired remote control of the
projectorusingtheremotecontrolforPX750U/
PH1000U/PH1400Useries.
Connect the projector and our remote control, RD465E, using a commercially available wired remote
control cable.
2. HDMI 2 IN Terminal (Type A)
(→ page 144, 145, 147)
3. DisplayPort IN Terminal
(→ page 144)
4. COMPUTER IN/ Component Input Terminal (Mini
D-Sub 15 Pin)
(→ page 143, 146)
NOTE:
• When a remote control cable is connected to the REMOTE
terminal, infrared remote control operations cannot be performed.
• When [HDBaseT] is selected in the [REMOTE SENSOR]
and the projector is connected to a commercially-available
transmission device that supports HDBaseT, remote control
operations in infra-red cannot be carried out if transmission
of remote control signals has been set up in the transmission
device. However, remote control using infrared rays can be
carried out when the power supply of the transmission device
is switched off.
5. COMPUTER AUDIO IN Mini Jack (Stereo Mini)
(→ page 143, 145)
6. HDBase T IN/Ethernet Port (RJ-45)
(→ page 148, 149)
7. HDBaseT OUT/Ethernet Port (RJ-45)
(→ page 63, 149)
8. AUDIO OUT Mini Jack (Stereo Mini)
(→ page 143, 145, 147)
9. USB-A Port (Type A)
(→ page 122)
10. LAN Port (RJ-45)
(→ page 152)
11. 3D SYNC Terminal (Mini DIN 3 Pin)
(→ page 46)
12. PC CONTROL Port (D-Sub 9 Pin)
(→ page 178)
Use this port to connect a PC or control system.
This enables you to control the projector using serial
communication protocol. If you are writing your own
program, typical PC control codes are on page 188.
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1. Introduction
❹ Part Names of the Remote Control
1
3
5
4
8
9
12
13
16
17
19
22
23
25
27
2
6
7
11
10
15
14
18
21
20
24
26
28
9. Edge Blend. Button
(→ page 71)
29.▲▼◀▶ Button
(→ page 76)
10.Multi. Button
(→ page 109)
30.ENTER Button
(→ page 76)
11.Geometric. Button
(→ page 38, 103)
31.L-CLICK Button*
12.INPUT Button
(→ page 19)
33.VOL./FOCUS (+)(−) Button
(→ page 26)
(Wor ks only when NP40ZL,
NP41ZL, or NP42ZL is mounted)
13.PIP Button
(→ page 67)
14.PBP/POP Button
(→ page 67)
15.AUTO ADJ. Button
(→ page 30)
29
16.1 (HDMI 1) Button
(→ page 19)
32
17. 2 (HDMI 2) Button
(→ page 19)
33
34
35
37
40
38
36
39
42
41
18.3 (DisplayPort) Button
(→ page 19)
43
46
45
30
31
44
1. Infrared Transmitter
(→ page 13)
2. POWER ON Button
(→ page 17)
3. STANDBY Button
(→ page 31)
4. FREEZE Button
(→ page 35)
5. BLANK Button
(→ page 33)
19.4 (Computer) Button
32.R-CLICK Button*
34.D-ZOOM/ZOOM (+)(−) Button
(→ page 35)
(Wor ks only when NP40ZL,
NP41ZL, or NP42ZL is mounted)
35.SHUTTER Button
(not available on this series of
projectors)
36.LENS SHIFT Button
(→ page 22)
37. PICTURE Button
(→ page 88)
38.DISPLAY Button
20.5 (HDBaseT) Button
(→ page 101)
(not available on this series of
39.ASPECT Button
projectors)
(→ page 94)
21.6 Button
(not available on this series of 40.COLOR Button
(→ page 90)
projectors)
41.3D Set. Button
22.7 Button
(not available on this series of (→ page 46)
projectors)
42.SETUP Button
(→ page 111)
23.8 Button
(not available on this series of
projectors)
43.CTL Button
(→ page 26, 28, 34)
44.ECO Button
24.9 Button
(not available on this series of (→ page 36)
projectors)
45.INFO Button
(→ page 137)
25.ID SET Button
(→ page 123)
6. MUTE Button
(→ page 33)
26.Numeric Keypad Button/
CLEAR Button
(→ page 123)
7. AV-MUTE Button
(→ page 33)
27. MENU Button
(→ page 76)
8. TEST Button
(→ page 84)
28.EXIT Button
(→ page 76)
46.HELP Button
(→ page 136)
* The ▲▼◀▶, L-CLICK and R-CLICK buttons work only when a USB cable is connected with your computer.
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1. Introduction
Battery Installation
1. Press the catch and remove 2.Install new ones (AA). En- 3. Slip the cover back over the batteries until
sure that you have the batthe battery cover.
it snaps into place.
teries’ polarity (+/−) aligned
NOTE: Do not mix different types of batteries or new
correctly.
and old batteries.
1
2
1
Remote Control Precautions
• Handle the remote control carefully.
• If the remote control gets wet, wipe it dry immediately.
• Avoid excessive heat and humidity.
• Do not short, heat, or take apart batteries.
• Do not throw batteries into fire.
• If you will not be using the remote control for a long time, remove the batteries.
• Ensure that you have the batteries’ polarity (+/−) aligned correctly.
• Do not use new and old batteries together, or use different types of batteries together.
• Dispose of used batteries according to your local regulations.
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1. Introduction
Operating Range for Wireless Remote Control
40 m/1575 inch
40
20 m/787 inch
m/
15
7
20 m/787 inch
5i
nc
h
20 m/787 inch
Remote sensor on projector cabinet
20 m/787 inch
15 m/591 inch
Remote control
15 m/591 inch
15 m/591 inch
15 m/591 inch
40 m/1575 inch
40 m/1575 inch
• The infrared signal operates by line-of-sight up to a distance of above meters and within a 60-degree angle of the
remote sensor on the projector cabinet.
• The projector will not respond if there are objects between the remote control and the sensor, or if strong light falls
on the sensor. Weak batteries will also prevent the remote control from properly operating the projector.
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2. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation)
This section describes how to turn on the projector and to project a picture onto the screen.
❶ Flow of Projecting an Image
Step 1
• Connecting your computer / Connecting the power cord (→ page 15)
Step 2
• Turning on the projector (→ page 17)
Step 3
• Selecting a source (→ page 19)
Step 4
• Adjusting the picture size and position (→ page 21)
• Correcting keystone distortion [CORNERSTONE] (→ page 38, 103)
Step 5
• Adjusting a picture and sound
- Optimizing a computer signal automatically (→ page 30)
- Turning up or down volume (→ page 30)
Step 6
• Making a presentation
Step 7
• Turning off the projector (→ page 31)
Step 8
• After use (→ page 32)
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2. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation)
❷ Connecting Your Computer/Connecting the Power Cord
1. Connect your computer to the projector.
This section will show you a basic connection to a computer. For information about other connections, see “(2)
Making Connections” on page 143.
Connect the display output terminal (mini D-sub 15 pin) on the computer to the computer video input terminal
on the projector with a commercially-available computer cable (with ferrite core) and then turn the knobs of the
connectors to secure them.
2. Connect the supplied power cord to the projector.
First connect the supplied power cord’s three-pin plug to the AC IN terminal of the projector, and then connect
the other plug of the supplied power cord in the wall outlet.
Using the power cord stopper
To prevent the power cord from accidently removing from the AC IN of the projector, use the power cord stopper.
CAUTION
• To prevent the power cord from coming loose, make sure that all the prongs of the power cord plug are fully inserted into the AC IN terminal of the projector before using the power cord stopper. A loose contact of the power
cord may cause a fire or electric shock.
The power cord stopper is consisted from the part (A) that should be installed on the projector and the part (B) that
should be installed on the power cord.
1. Fix the part (A) to the AC IN terminal on the projector
cabinet.
Part (A)
2. Fix the part (B) to the power cord.
Part (B)
3. Insert the power cord plug to the AC IN terminal until
the power cord stopper is fastened completely and
click sound is heard.
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2. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation)
Upon connecting the power cable, the POWER indicator of the projector will light in green. If there are no input
signals, the device will go into the standby state.
(In the state, standby mode is NORMAL.) (→ page 183)
COMPUTER IN
To wall outlet
Make sure that the prongs are fully inserted into
both the AC IN and the wall outlet.
Computer cable (with ferrite core)
(sold commercially)
CAUTION:
Parts of the projector may become temporarily heated if the projector is turned off with the POWER button or if the
AC power supply is disconnected during normal projector operation.
Use caution when picking up the projector.
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2. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation)
❸ Turning on the Projector
1. Remove the lens cap.
2. Press the
(POWER) button on the projector cabinet
or the POWER ON button on the remote control.
The POWER indicator lit in green will start to blink in blue.
After that, the image will be projected onto the screen.
TIP:
• When the message “PROJECTOR IS LOCKED! ENTER YOUR
PASSWORD.” is displayed, it means that the [SECURITY]
feature is turned on. (→ page 43)
• When the ECO message is displayed, it means that [ON] is
selected for [ECO MESSAGE]. (→ page 112)
Sleep state
Blinking
Power On
Blinking in green
Blinking blue
light
Steady blue
light
After you turn on your projector, ensure that the computer
or video source is turned on.
NOTE: A blue screen (blue background) is displayed when no signal
is being input (by factory default menu settings).
(→ page 180)
Performing Lens Calibration
After mounting the separately available lens unit or replacing
a lens unit, perform [LENS CALIBRATION] by holding to press
ZOOM/L-CALIB. button on the cabinet over two seconds.
Calibration corrects the adjustable zoom, shift, and focus
range. If calibration is not performed, you may not be able to
get the best focus and zoom even if you adjust the focus and
zoom for the lens.
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2. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation)
Note on Startup screen (Menu Language Select screen)
When you first turn on the projector, you will get the Startup menu. This menu gives you the opportunity to select one
of the 29 menu languages.
To select a menu language, follow these steps:
1.Use the ▲, ▼, ◀ or ▶ button to select one of the 29
languages from the menu.
2. Press the ENTER button to execute the selection.
After this has been done, you can proceed to the menu
operation.
If you want, you can select the menu language later.
(→ [LANGUAGE] on page 80 and 111)
NOTE:
• During projection, after shutting down the power supply (direct power off), wait for about 1 minute or longer before turning on
the power again.
• Keep the lens cap off the lens while the projector’s power is on.
If the lens cap is on, it could be warped due to high temperature.
• If one of the following things happens, the projector will not turn on.
- If the internal temperature of the projector is too high, the projector detects abnormal high temperature. In this condition the
projector will not turn on to protect the internal system. If this happens, wait for the projector’s internal components to cool
down.
- If the STATUS indicator lights orange with the power button pressed, it means that the [CONTROL PANEL LOCK] is turned on.
Cancel the lock by turning it off. (→ page 122)
- If the lamp fails to light, and if the POWER indicator blinks in red and the LAMP indicator lights in red, wait a full minute and
then turn on the power.
• While the POWER indicator is blinking blue in short cycles, the power cannot be turned off by using the power button.
• Immediately after turning on the projector, screen flicker may occur. This is normal. Wait 3 to 5 minutes until the lamp lighting is
stabilized.
• When the projector is turned on, it may take some time before the lamp light becomes bright.
• If you turn on the projector immediately after the lamp is turned off or when the temperature is high, the fans run without displaying an image for some time and then the projector will display the image.
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2. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation)
❹ Selecting a Source
Selecting the computer or video source
NOTE: Turn on the computer or video source equipment connected to the projector.
Detecting the Signal Automatically
Press the INPUT button for 1 second or longer. The projector will search
for the available input source and display it. The input source will change
as follows:
HDMI1 → HDMI2 → DisplayPort → COMUPTER → HDBaseT → HDMI1
→…
• Press it briefly to display the [INPUT] screen.
Press the ▼/▲ buttons to match the target input terminal and then press
the ENTER button to switch the input. To delete the menu display in
the [INPUT] screen, press the MENU or EXIT button.
TIP: If no input signal is present, the input will be skipped.
Using the Remote Control
Press any one of the 1/HDMI 1, 2/HDMI 2, 3/DisplayPort, 4/Computer,
or 5/HDBaseT button.
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2. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation)
Selecting Default Source
You can set a source as the default source so that it will be displayed each time the projector is turned on.
1. Press the MENU button.
The menu will be displayed.
2. Press the ▶ button to select [SETUP] and press the ▼ button or the ENTER button to select [BASIC].
3. Press the ▶ button to select [SOURCE OPTIONS] and press the ▼ button or the ENTER button.
4. Press the ▼ button three times to select [DEFAULT INPUT SELECT] and press the ENTER button.
The [DEFAULT INPUT SELECT] screen will be displayed.
(→ page 130)
5. Select a source as the default source, and press the ENTER button.
6. Press the EXIT button a few times to close the menu.
7. Restart the projector.
The source you selected in step 5 will be projected.
NOTE: Even when [AUTO] is turned on, the [HDBaseT] will not be automatically selected. To set your network as the default source,
select [HDBaseT].
TIP:
• When the projector is in Standby mode, applying a computer signal from a computer connected to the COMPUTER IN input will
power on the projector and simultaneously project the computer’s image.
([AUTO POWER ON SELECT] → page 132)
• On the Windows 7 keyboard, a combination of the Windows and P keys allows you to set up external display easily and quickly.
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2. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation)
❺ Adjusting the Picture Size and Position
Use the lens shift dial, the adjustable tilt foot lever, the zoom and the focus ring to adjust the picture size and position.
In this chapter drawings and cables are omitted for clarity.
Adjusting the projected image’s vertical and horizontal
position
[Lens shift]
(→ page 22)
Adjusting the focus
[Focus ring]
(→ page 23)
Finely adjusting the size of an image
(→ page 28)
Adjusting the projected image’s inclination
[Tilt foot] *¹
(→ page 29)
NOTE*1: Adjust the projected image’s height using the tilt feet when you want to project the image at a position higher than the lens
shift adjustment range.
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2. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation)
Adjusting the vertical position of a projected image (Lens shift)
CAUTION
• Perform the adjustment from behind or from the side of the projector. Adjusting from the front could expose your
eyes to strong light which could injure them.
• Keep hands away from the lens mounting portion while performing a lens shift. Failure to do so could result in
fingers being pinched by the moving lens.
1. Press either SHIFT/HOME POSITION button on the cabinet or LENS
SHIFT BUTTON on the remote control.
The [LENS SHIFT] screen will be displayed.
2. Press the ▼▲◀▶ buttons to move the projected image.
• To set back the lens to the home position
Press and hold the SHIFT/HOME POSITION button over 2 seconds. The lens mounted on the projector goes
back to the home position. (roughly to the center position)
NOTE:
• If the lens is shifted to the maximum in the diagonal direction, the screen peripheral area will be dark or shaded.
• Use NP11FL at the home position.
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10%H
10%V
30%H
10%H
100%H
30%H
Description of symbols: V indicates vertical (height of the projected image), H indicates horizontal (width of the projected image).
Focus
Applicable lens: NP12ZL/NP13ZL/NP14ZL
Use the FOCUS ring to obtain the best focus.
Focus ring
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2. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation)
Applicable lens: NP30ZL
The NP30ZL lens unit aligns the peripheral focus around the optical axis.
Peripheral focus ring
Focus Ring
Zoom Lever
1. Turn the focus ring left and right to align the focus
around the optical axis.
* The diagram shows an example when the lens shift is
moved upward. The bottom of the screen is adjusted.
When the lens is in the center, the center of the screen
is adjusted.
Focus Ring
Optical axis
2. Turn the peripheral focus ring to the left and right to
align the focus of the screen peripheral area.
At this point, the focus around the optical axis adjusted in
(1) remains unchanged.
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Peripheral focus
ring
2. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation)
Applicable lens: NP11FL
With the NP11FL lens, adjust the focus and picture distortion.
Preparations:
Press and hold the SHIFT/HOME POSITION button on the cabinet longer than 2 seconds for shifting back the lens
to the home position.
1. Turn the distortion ring to the left edge.
Distortion ring
2. Turn the focus lever clockwise and counterclockwise
to adjust the focus at the center of the screen.
Focus lever
3. Use the distortion ring to correct the screen’s distortion.
(This also brings the screen peripheral area into focus.)
4. Use the focus lever to adjust the screen’s overall focus.
* If the focus at the center of the screen is off, turn the
distortion ring a little counterclockwise. The focus at the
center of the screen can now be adjusted with the focus
lever.
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2. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation)
Applicable lens: NP40ZL/NP41ZL
1. Press the FOCUS button on the cabinet.
The LENS FOCUS control screen will be displayed on.
*Press ◀▶ buttons to adjust focus. In another way, press
and hold the CTL button and then press VOLUME/
FOCUS +/- button on the remote control
2. When the cursor is on the CENTER on on-screen menu,
press either ◀ or ▶ button to align focus around the
optical axis.
* The picture shows and example when the lens shift
is moved upward. The focus for the lower part of the
screen is aligned.
When the lens is at the center, the focus for the center
of the screen is aligned.
3.Press ▼ button to select the PERIPHERY on the onscreen menu, and then press either ◀ or ▶ button to
align the focus of screen peripheral area. During this
operation, the focus for around the optical axis will be
maintained.
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Optical axis
2. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation)
Applicable lens: NP42ZL
1.Press the FOCUS button on the cabinet.
Press ◀▶ buttons to adjust focus. In another way, press and hold the CTL button and then press VOLUME/
FOCUS +/- button on the remote control.
* PERIPHERY LENS FOCUS is not available for this lens unit.
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2. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation)
Zoom
Applicable lens: NP12ZL/NP13ZL/NP14ZL/NP30ZL
Turn the zoom ring clockwise and counterclockwise.
Zoom ring
Applicable lens units: NP40ZL/NP41ZL/NP42ZL
1.Press ZOOM/L-CALIB. button.
The ZOOM adjustment screen will be displayed on.
• ◀ or ▶ buttons on the cabinet or the remote control are available to adjust ZOOM while the ZOOM adjustment
screen is displayed on.
• On the remote control, while pressing on the CTL button, press the D-ZOOM/ZOOM (+) or (−) button.
The zoom is adjusted.
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2. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation)
Adjusting the Tilt Foot
1. Turn the left and right tilt foot to adjust.
The tilt foot lengthen and shorten when turned.
Turn one of the tilt foot to adjust the image so that it is level.
• If the projected image is distorted, see “3-6 Correcting Horizontal
and Vertical Keystone Distortion [CORNERSTONE]” (→ page 38)
and “[GEOMETRIC CORRECTION]” (→ page 103).
• The tilt foot can be lengthened by a maximum of 20 mm.
• The tilt foot can be used to tilt the projector by a maximum of 4°.
NOTE:
• Do not lengthen the tilt foot any more than 20 mm/0.8". Doing so will make the
tilt foot’s mount section unstable and could cause the tilt foot to come off the
projector.
• Do not use the tilt foot for any purpose other than adjusting inclination of the
projector installation angle.
Handling the tilt foot improperly, such as carrying the projector by grasping the
tilt foot or hooking it onto a wall using the tilt foot, could damage the projector.
Tilt foot
Up
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2. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation)
❻ Optimizing Computer Signal Automatically
Adjusting the Image Using Auto Adjust
When projecting a signal from the computer video input terminal, HDMI 1 input terminal, HDMI 2 input terminal, DisplayPort input terminal, HDBaseT IN/Ethernet port, adjust the picture quality with a single touch of the button if the
edges of the screen are cut off or if the projection quality is bad.
Press the AUTO ADJ. button to optimize a computer image automatically.
This adjustment may be necessary when you connect your computer for the first time.
[Poor picture]
[Normal picture]
NOTE:
Some signals may take time to display or may not be displayed correctly.
• If the Auto Adjust operation cannot optimize the computer signal, try to adjust [HORIZONTAL], [VERTICAL], [CLOCK], and [PHASE]
manually. (→ page 92, 93)
❼ Turning Up or Down Volume
Sound level from the AUDIO OUT terminal can be adjusted.
Important:
• Do not turn up the volume to the maximum level on the external speaker system connected to the AUDIO OUT of the projector.
Doing so may produce an unexpected, loud sound at the time of turning on or off the projector, causing damage to your hearing.
When adjusting the volume on the external speaker system, set volume level of the speaker system to less than half its rating and
adjust the volume on the projector to get appropriate sound level.
Increase volume
Decrease volume
TIP: When no menus appear, the ◀ and ▶ buttons on the projector cabinet work
as a volume control.
NOTE:
• Volume control is not available with the ◀ or ▶ button when an image is enlarged
by using the D-ZOOM (+) button or when the menu is displayed.
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2. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation)
❽ Turning off the Projector
To turn off the projector:
1.First, press the
(POWER) button on the projector
cabinet or the STANDBY button on the remote control.
The [POWER OFF / ARE YOU SURE ? / CARBON SAVINGS- SESSION 0.000[g-CO2]] message will appear.
2. Secondly, press the ENTER button or press the
(POWER) or the STANDBY button again.
The lamp will go off and the power supply will be cut. If
no operation is performed on the projector and no signal
is input to the projector, the projector will be in STANDBY
state. The POWER indicator will light in orange (In the state,
the standby mode is NORMAL and the PROFILE for the
WIRED LAN is available.).
Power On
Sleep
Steadily lights in
blue
Blinks in orange
CAUTION:
Parts of the projector may become temporarily heated if the projector is turned off with the POWER button or if the
AC power supply is disconnected during normal projector operation.
Use caution when picking up the projector.
NOTE:
• While the POWER indicator is blinking blue in short cycles, the power cannot be turned off.
• You cannot turn off the power for 60 seconds immediately after turning it on and displaying an image.
• Do not unplug the power cord from the projector or from the power outlet while an image is being projected. Doing so could
deteriorate the projector’s AC IN terminal or the power plug’s contact. To turn off the AC power while an image is being projected,
use the power strip’s switch, the breaker, etc.
• Do not disconnect the AC power supply to the projector within 10 seconds of making adjustment or setting changes and closing
the menu. Doing so can cause loss of adjustments and settings.
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2. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation)
❾ After Use
Preparation: Make sure that the projector is turned off.
1. Unplug the power cord.
For pulling out the power plug, press and hold the protruded section
on the left and right sides of the part (B).
2. Disconnect any other cables.
3. Mount the lens cap on the lens.
4. Before moving the projector, screw in the tilt feet if they have been lengthened.
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3. Convenient Features
❶ Turning off the Image and Sound
The projected video and the output sound from the sound output terminal
will disappear momentarily.
Press the BLANK button.
The projected video will be cut off.
Press the MUTE button.
The audio will be cut off.
Press the AV-MUTE button.
The projected video and audio will be cut off.
• Press the buttons one more time for the cancelled video and audio to
appear again.
When AV-MUTE and BLANK are continued for some time, the energysaving function will activate to lower the lamp power.
NOTE:
• When the AV-MUTE and BLANK buttons are pressed immediately after the
energy-saving function is activated, sometimes the brightness may not return
to normal immediately.
TIP:
• The video will disappear but not the menu display.
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❷ Shift the On-Screen Menu displaying position
1. Press the MENU button.
The On-Screen Menu will be displayed on.
2. Move the cursor by the ▶ button to the [SETUP] and then press the ENTER button.
The cursor will move to the [MENU1].
3. Move the cursor by the ▶ button to the [MENU2].
4. Move the cursor by the ▼ button to the [MENU POSITION] and then press the ENTER.
The On-Screen Menu will go into the MENU POSITION setup screen.
5. Move the cursor either TO [HORIZONTAL POSITION] or [VERTICAL POSITION] by pressing ▼ or ▲ button
and then press ◀/▶ button to shift the On-Screen Menu.
For finishing the setting on the On-Screen Menu, press the MENU button on the remote control.
TIP:
• Once the projector is powered off, the On-Screen Menu displaying position will be reset to the default factory setting position.
• This function does not influence to the display position of input terminal information and message.
• It enables to move the menu by mouse click when a commercially available USB mouse is connected.
• It enables to move the menu position by the ▼▲◀ and ▶ buttons holding to press the CTL button on the remote control or
mouse click.
• While the MENU POSITION of the on-screen menu is displayed on and the menu is moved by the ▼▲◀ and ▶ buttons holding
to press the CTL button on the remote control, the indication of adjusted value on the menu will not be changed. In this case,
close the MENU POSITION menu once and display it again for indicating the adjusted value properly.
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3. Convenient Features
❸ Freezing a Picture
Press the FREEZE button to freeze a picture. Press again to resume
motion.
NOTE: The image is frozen but the original video is still playing back.
❹ Enlarging a Picture
You can enlarge the picture up to four times.
NOTE:
• Depending on an input signal, the maximum magnification may be less than
four times, or the function may be restricted.
To do so:
1. Press the D-ZOOM (+) button to magnify the picture.
2. Press the ▲▼◀▶ button.
The area of the magnified image will be moved
3. Press the D-ZOOM (−) button.
Each time the D-ZOOM (−) button is pressed, the image is reduced.
NOTE:
• The image will be enlarged or reduced at the center of the screen.
• Displaying the menu will cancel the current magnification.
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3. Convenient Features
❺ Changing Eco Mode/Checking Energy-Saving Effect Using
Eco Mode [ECO MODE]
This feature enables you to select two brightness modes of the lamp:
OFF and ON modes. The lamp life can be extended by turning on the [ECO MODE].
[ECO MODE]
Description
[OFF]
This is the default setting (100% Brightness).
[ON]
Low lamp power consumption (approx. 80% Brightness).
To turn on the [ECO MODE], do the following:
1. Press the ECO button on the remote control to display [LIGHT MODE] screen.
2. Use the ▲ or ▼ button to select [ECO MODE].
3. Use the ▲ or ▼ button to select [ON].
4. Press the ENTER button.
To change from [ON] to [OFF], Go back to Step 2 and select [OFF]. Repeat Step 3.
NOTE:
• The [ECO MODE] can be changed by using the menu.
Select [SETUP] → [INSTALLATION] → [LIGHT MODE] → [ECO MODE].
• The lamp life remaining and lamp hours used can be checked in [USAGE TIME]. Select [INFO.] →[USAGE TIME].
• [ECO MODE] is always set to [OFF] for 1 minute immediately after the lamp is turned on. The lamp condition will not be affected
even when [ECO MODE] is changed.
• After a lapse of 1 minute from when the projector displays a blue, black or logo screen, [ECO MODE] will automatically switch to
[ON].
• If the projector is overheated in [OFF] mode, there may be a case where the [ECO MODE] automatically changes to [ON] mode
to protect the projector. This is called “Forced ECO Mode”. When the projector is in the Forced Eco Mode, the picture brightness
decreases slightly and the TEMP. indicator lights up in orange. At the same time the Thermometer symbol [ ] is displayed at
the bottom right of the screen.
When the projector comes back to normal temperature, the Forced Eco Mode is cancelled and the [ECO MODE] returns to [OFF]
mode.
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3. Convenient Features
Checking Energy-Saving Effect [CARBON METER]
This feature will show energy-saving effect in terms of CO2 emission reduction (kg) when the projector’s [ECO MODE]
is set to [OFF], or [ON]. This feature is called as [CARBON METER].
There are two messages: [TOTAL CARBON SAVINGS] and [CARBON SAVINGS-SESSION]. The [TOTAL CARBON
SAVINGS] message shows the total amount of CO2 emission reduction from the time of shipment up to now. You can
check the information on [USAGE TIME] from [INFO.] of the menu. (→ page 136)
The [CARBON SAVINGS-SESSION] message shows the amount of CO2 emission reduction between the time of
changing to ECO MODE immediately after the time of power-on and the time of power-off. The [CARBON SAVINGSSESSION] message will be displayed in the [POWER OFF/ ARE YOU SURE ?] message at the time of power-off.
TIP:
• The formula as shown below is used to calculate the amount of CO2 emission reduction.
Amount of CO2 emission reduction = (Power consumption in OFF for ECO MODE − Power consumption in ON for ECO MODE) ×
CO2 conversion factor.* When the image is turned off with the AV-MUTE button the amount of CO2 emmission reduction will also
increase.
* Calculation for amount of CO2 emission reduction is based on an OECD publication “CO2 Emissions from Fuel Combustion,
2008 Edition”.
• The [TOTAL CARBON SAVINGS] is calculated based on savings recorded in 15 minutes intervals.
• This formula will not apply to the power consumption which is not affected by whether [ECO MODE] is turned on or off.
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3. Convenient Features
❻ Correcting Horizontal and Vertical Keystone Distortion
[CORNERSTONE]
Use the [CORNERSTONE] feature to correct keystone (trapezoidal) distortion to make the top or bottom and the left
or right side of the screen longer or shorter so that the projected image is rectangular.
1. Project an image so that the screen is smaller than the area of the raster.
The drawing shows the upper right corner.
Projected image
2. Pick up any one of the corners and align the corner of the image with a corner of the screen.
3. Press the Geometric. button either on the cabinet or the remote control.
Display the [GEOMETRIC CORRECTION] screen of the on-screen menu.
4. Move the cursor onto [MODE] by ▼ button and press the ENTER.
The mode selection screen will displayed on.
5. Select [CORNERSTONE] and press the ENTER.
Go back to display the [GEOMETRIC CORRECTION] screen of the on-screen menu.
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6. Press the ▼ button to align with the [CORNERSTONE] and then press the ENTER button.
The drawing shows the upper left icon (
) is selected.
The screen will switch to the [CORNERSTONE] screen.
7. Use the ▲▼◀▶ button to select one icon (▲) which points in the direction you wish to move the projected
image frame.
8. Press the ENTER button.
9. Use the ▲▼◀▶ button to move the projected image frame as shown on the example.
10.Press the ENTER button.
11.Use the ▲▼◀▶ button to select another icon which points in the direction.
On the [CORNERSTONE] screen, select [EXIT] or press the EXIT button on the remote control.
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3. Convenient Features
The confirmation screen is displayed.
12.Press the ◀ or ▶ button to highlight the [OK] and press the ENTER button.
This completes the [CORNERSTONE] correction.
• Select [CANCEL] and press the ENTER button to return to the [CORNERSTONE] screen.
Selecting [CANCEL] will return to the adjustment screen without saving changes (Step 3).
Selecting [RESET] will return to the factory default.
Selecting [UNDO] will exit without saving changes.
NOTE:
• Even when the projector is turned on, the last used correction values are applied.
• Carry out either one of the following actions to clear the adjustment value of [CORNERSTONE].
• In Step 11, select [RESET] and then press the ENTER button.
• In the state [CORNERSTONE] has been selected for [MODE] in the [GEOMETRIC CORRECTION]:
• Press the Geometric. button for 2 or more seconds.
• Run [DISPLAY] → [GEOMETRIC CORRECTION] → [RESET] in the on-screen menu.
• Using CORNERSTONE correction can cause the image to be slightly blurred because the correction is made electronically.
• A commercially available USB mouse is available for CORNERSTONE correction.
❼ Operation for the On-Screen Menu by a commercially
available USB mouse
Once a commercially available USB mouse is connected to this projector, it enables to perform the operation for the
on-screen menu and the geometric correction easily.
NOTE:
• Not guarantee the performance of all USB mouse available on the market.
Menu operation
① Display the on-screen menu by right click.
② Select a desired menu and perform adjustment by left click.
The adjustment bar can be control by drag and drop.
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3. Convenient Features
③ Select [EXIT] displayed at the bottom of the menu by left click for
going back to the previous level. If the cursor is on the main menu
option, it works for closing the menu. (It works as the same performance with the [EXIT] button on the remote control.
Menu position control
① Click the wheel button to display the on-screen menu indication
frame.
② Left click at the position on the projection screen where you want
to shift the on-screen menu. The nearest corner of the on-screen
menu indication frame will shift to the clicked position.
③ Click the wheel button to close the menu indication frame.
Geometric correction
The USB mouse can be used for CORNERSTONE CORRECTION, HORIZONTAL CORNER, VERTICAL CORNER
and WARP. In this clause, the CORNERSTONE CORRECTION by an USB mouse is explained as an example.
① While the adjustment screen of the CORNERSTONE
CORRECTION is displayed, right click on the projection screen. The shape of mouse pointer will be
changed and the correction will become available.
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3. Convenient Features
② Left click at the screen corner. The projection screen
corner will move to the mouse clicked position.
③ Repeat the step ② for correcting all distortion. After
completion of distortion correction, right click on the
projection screen. The shape of mouse pointer will be
changed to normal.
④ Left click [EXIT] on the correction screen to finish.
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3. Convenient Features
❽ Preventing the Unauthorized Use of the Projector [SECURITY]
A keyword can be set for your projector using the Menu to avoid operation by an unauthorized user. When a keyword
is set, turning on the projector will display the Keyword input screen. Unless the correct keyword is entered, the projector cannot project an image.
• The [SECURITY] setting cannot be cancelled by using the [RESET] of the menu.
To enable the Security function:
1. Press the MENU button.
The menu will be displayed.
2. Press the ▶ button twice to select [SETUP] and press the ▼ button or the ENTER button to select [MENU(1)].
3. Press the ▶ button to select [CONTROL].
4. Press the ▼ button three times to select [SECURITY] and press the ENTER button.
The OFF/ON menu will be displayed.
5. Press the ▼ button to select [ON] and press the ENTER button.
The [SECURITY KEYWORD] screen will be displayed.
6. Type in a combination of the four ▲▼◀▶ buttons and press the ENTER button.
NOTE: A keyword must be 4 to 10 digits in length.
The [CONFIRM KEYWORD] screen will be displayed.
NOTE: Make a note of your password and store it in a safe place.
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7. Type in the same combination of ▲▼◀▶ buttons and press the ENTER button.
The confirmation screen will be displayed.
8. Select [YES] and press the ENTER button.
The SECURITY function has been enabled.
To turn on the projector when [SECURITY] is enabled:
1. Press the POWER button.
The projector will be turned on and display a message to the effect that the projector is locked.
2. Press the MENU button.
3. Type in the correct keyword and press the ENTER button. The projector will display an image.
NOTE: The security disable mode is maintained until the main power is turned off or unplugging the power cord.
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3. Convenient Features
To disable the SECURITY function:
1. Press the MENU button.
The menu will be displayed.
2. Select [SETUP] → [CONTROL] → [SECURITY] and press the ENTER button.
The OFF/ON menu will be displayed.
3. Select [OFF] and press the ENTER button.
The SECURITY KEYWORD screen will be displayed.
4. Type in your keyword and press the ENTER button.
When the correct keyword is entered, the SECURITY function will be disabled.
NOTE: If you forget your keyword, contact your dealer. Your dealer will provide you with your keyword in exchange for your request
code. Your request code is displayed in the Keyword Confirmation screen. In this example [NB52-YGK8-2VD6-K585-JNE6-EYA8]
is a request code.
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3. Convenient Features
❾ Projecting 3D videos
This projector can be used to watch videos in 3D using commercially-available active shutter-type 3D eyewear. In
order to synchronize the 3D video and eyewear, a commercially-available 3D emitter needs to be connected to the
projector (on the projector side).
The 3D eyewear receives information from the 3D emitter and performs opening and closing on the left and right.
CAUTION
Health precautions
Before use, please make sure to read any health precautions that may be stated in the operating manuals enclosed
with the 3D eyewear and 3D video software (Blu-ray player, games, computer animation files, etc.).
Please take note of the following in order to avoid adverse health effects.
• Please do not use the 3D eyewear for purposes other than to watch 3D videos.
• Please keep a distance of at least 2 m away from the screen when watching videos. Watching a video too close
to the screen will increase eye fatigue.
• Please do not watch videos continuously for a long period of time. Please take a 15 minutes’ break after every
hour of watching.
• Please consult a doctor before watching if you or any of your family members have a history of suffering from
seizures caused by light sensitivity.
• Please stop watching immediately and take a rest when you feel physically unwell while watching (vomiting, giddiness, nausea, headaches, sore eyes, blurred vision, cramps and dumbness in the limbs, etc.). Please consult
a doctor if the symptoms persist.
• Please watch a 3D video directly in front of the screen. If you watch a 3D video obliquely from the sides, this
may result in physical and eye fatigue.
3D eyewear and 3D emitter preparations
Please use an active shutter-type 3D eyewear that conforms with the VESA standard.
A commercially-available RF type made by Xpand is recommended.
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3D emitter�������������� Xpand AD025-RF-X1
Procedure to watch 3D videos using this projector
1. Connect the video device to the projector.
2. Switch on the power supply to the projector.
3. Run the 3D video software and project the video using the projector.
This has been automatically set up when shipped from the factory. When a 3D video cannot be projected, it may
be because the 3D detection signals are not included or because they are not detectable by the projector.
Please manually select the format.
4. Select the 3D video format.
(1)Press the “3D Set.” button on the remote control.
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3. Convenient Features
The [3D SETTINGS] screen will be displayed.
(2)Press the ▼ button to align the cursor with the [FORMAT] and press the ENTER button.
The format screen will be displayed.
(3)Select the input signal format using the ▼ button and then press the ENTER button.
The 3D settings screen will disappear and the 3D video will be projected.
Press the MENU button and the on-screen menu will disappear.
The 3D caution message screen will be displayed when switching to a 3D video (default factory setting when
shipped). Please read the “Health Precautions” on the previous page to watch videos in the correct manner. The
screen will disappear after 60 seconds or when the ENTER button is pressed. (→ page 112)
5. Turn on the power supply of the 3D eyewear and wear the eyewear to watch the video.
A normal video will be shown when a 2D video is input.
To watch a 3D video in 2D, select [OFF(2D)] in the [FORMAT] screen mentioned above in (3).
NOTE:
• Upon switching to 3D image, the following functions will be cancelled and disabled. [BLANKING], [PIP/PICTURE BY PICTURE],
[GEOMETRIC CORRECTION], [EDGE BLENDING] ([GEOMETRIC CORRECTION] and [EDGE BLENDING] adjustment values will
be maintained.)
• The output may not automatically switch to a 3D video depending on the 3D input signal.
• Check the operating conditions described in the user manual of the Blu-ray player.
• Please connect the DIN terminal of the 3D emitter to the 3D SYNC of the main projector.
• The 3D eyewear allows videos to be viewed in 3D by receiving synchronized optical signals output from the 3D emitter.
As a result, the 3D image quality may be affected by conditions such as the brightness of the surroundings, screen size, viewing
distance, etc.
• When playing a 3D video software on a computer, the 3D image quality may be affected if the computer CPU and graphics chip
performance are low. Please check the required operating environment of the computer that is stated in the operating manual
attached to the 3D video software.
• Depending on the signal, [FORMAT] and [L/R INVERT] may not be able to be selected. Please change the signal in that case.
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When videos cannot be viewed in 3D
Please check the following points when videos cannot be viewed in 3D.
Please also read the operating manual attached to the 3D eyewear.
Possible reasons
Solutions
The selected signal does not support 3D output.
Please change the video signal input to one that supports 3D.
The format for the selected signal is turned to [OFF(2D)].
Please change the format in the on-screen menu to [AUTO] or a
format that supports 3D.
A eyewear that is not supported by the projector is being used.
Please purchase a commercially-available 3D eyewear or 3D emitter
(recommended). (→ page 46)
Please check the following points when a video cannot be viewed in
3D using a 3D eyewear that is supported by the projector.
The power supply of the 3D eyewear is turned off.
Please turn on the power supply of the 3D eyewear.
The internal battery of the 3D eyewear is flat.
Please charge or replace the battery.
The viewer is located too far away from the screen.
Please get closer to the screen until the video can be seen in 3D.
Please turn the L/R INVERT in the on-screen menu to [OFF].
Due to multiple 3D projectors working at the same time in the vicinity, the projectors may interfere with one another. Alternatively,
there may be a bright light source near the screen.
Please maintain sufficient distance between the projectors.
Please keep the light source away from the screen.
Please turn the L/R INVERT in the on-screen menu to [OFF].
There is an obstacle between the optical receiver of the 3D eyewear
and the 3D emitter.
Please remove the obstacle.
The 3D format of the 3D video contents is not supported.
Please check with the company selling the 3D video contents.
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3. Convenient Features
❿ Controlling the Projector by Using an HTTP Browser
Overview
Using the web browser on the computer, the HTTP server screen of the projector can be displayed to operate the
projector.
Possible operations on the HTTP server screen
• Configure the settings required for connecting the projector to the network (wired LAN). (NETWORK SETTINGS)
• Configure the email notification. (ALERT MAIL)
When the projector is connected to a network (wired LAN), notifications on the lamp replacement period and various errors are sent to the email address that has been set up.
• Operate the projector.
Operations such power on/off of the projector, input terminal switchover, volume control, picture control, and lens
control etc. can be carried out.
• Configure the [PJLink PASSWORD], [AMX BEACON], and [CRESTRON] etc.
To view the HTTP server screen
1. Connect the projector to the computer with a LAN cable sold commercially. (→ page 152)
2. Select [SETUP] → [NETWORK SETTINGS] → [WIRED LAN] in the on-screen menu to configure the network
settings. (→ page 126)
3. Start up the web browser on your computer and enter the address or URL in the input field.
Specify the address or URL as “http://<IP Address of Projector>/index.html”.
The basic HTTP server screen will be displayed.
TIP: The factory setting IP address is [DHCP ON].
NOTE:
• To use the projector in a network, consult with your network administrator about network settings.
• The display’s or button’s response can be slowed down or operation may not be accepted depending the settings of your network.
Should this happen, consult your network administrator. The projector may not respond if its buttons are repeatedly pressed in
rapid intervals. Should this happen, wait a moment and repeat. If you still can’t get any response, turn off and back on the projector.
• If the PROJECTOR NETWORK SETTINGS screen does not appear in the web browser, press the Ctrl+F5 keys to refresh your web
browser (or clear the cache).
• This projector uses “JavaScript” and “Cookies” and the browser should be set to accept these functions. The setting method will
vary depending on the version of browser. Please refer to the help files and the other information provided in your software.
Preparation before Use
Connect the projector to a commercially available LAN cable before engaging in browser operations. (→ page 152)
Operation with a browser that uses a proxy server may not be possible depending on the type of proxy server and the
setting method. Although the type of proxy server will be a factor, it is possible that items that have actually been set
will not be displayed depending on the effectiveness of the cache, and the contents set from the browser may not be
reflected in operation. It is recommended that a proxy server not be used unless it is unavoidable.
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Handling of the Address for Operation via a Browser
Regarding the actual address that is entered for the address or entered to the URL column when operation of the
projector is via a browser, the host name can be used as it is when the host name corresponding to the IP address
of the projector has been registered to the domain name server by a network administrator, or the host name corresponding to the IP address of the projector has been set in the “HOSTS” file of the computer being used.
Example 1: When the host name of the projector has been set to “pj.nec.co.jp”, access is gained to the network
setting by specifying
http://pj.nec.co.jp/index.html
for the address or the entry column of the URL.
Example 2: When the IP address of the projector is “192.168.73.1”, access is gained to the network setting by
specifying
http://192.168.73.1/index.html
for the address or the entry column of the URL.
PROJECTOR ADJUSTMENT
POWER: This controls the power of the projector.
ON������������������������� Power is switched on.
OFF������������������������ Power is switched off.
VOLUME: This controls the volume of the projector.
▲��������������������������� Increases the volume adjustment value for the AUDIO OUT terminal.
▼��������������������������� Decreases the volume adjustment value for the AUDIO OUT terminal.
AV-MUTE: This controls the mute function of the projector.
PICTURE ON���������� Mutes the video.
PICTURE OFF��������� Cancels the video muting.
SOUND ON������������ Mutes the audio from the AUDIO OUT terminal.
SOUND OFF����������� Cancels the audio muting from the AUDIO OUT terminal.
ALL ON������������������ Mutes each of the video, and audio functions for the AUDIO OUT terminal.
ALL OFF����������������� Cancels the muting of each of the video, and audio functions for the AUDIO OUT terminal.
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PICTURE: Controls the video adjustment of the projector.
BRIGHTNESS ▲���� Increases the brightness adjustment value.
BRIGHTNESS ▼���� Decreases the brightness adjustment value.
CONTRAST ▲�������� Increases the contrast adjustment value.
CONTRAST ▼�������� Decreases the contrast adjustment value.
COLOR ▲�������������� Increases the color adjustment value.
COLOR ▼�������������� Decreases the color adjustment value.
HUE ▲������������������� Increases the hue adjustment value.
HUE ▼������������������� Decreases the hue adjustment value.
SHARPNESS ▲����� Increases the sharpness adjustment value.
SHARPNESS ▼����� Decreases the sharpness adjustment value.
• The functions that can be controlled will vary depending on the signal being input to the projector. (→ page 90,
91)
SOURCE SELECT: This switches the input connector of the projector.
HDMI1������������������� Switches to the HDMI 1 IN connector.
HDMI2������������������� Switches to the HDMI 2 IN connector.
DisplayPort������������ Switches to the DisplayPort.
COMPUTER����������� Switches to the COMPUTER IN connector.
HDBaseT���������������� Switch to image input sent from a transmission device that supports HDBaseT.
PROJECTOR STATUS: This displays the condition of the projector.
LAMP LIFE REMAINING�����Displays the remaining life of the lamp as a percentage.
LAMP HOURS USED�����������Displays how many hours the lamp has been used.
FILTER HOURS USED���������Displays how many hours the filter has been used.
ERROR STATUS������������������Displays the status of errors occurring within the projector.
LOG OFF: Logging off your projector and returning to the authentication screen (LOGON screen).
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NETWORK SETTINGS
http://<IP Address of Projector (Basic)>/index.html
• SETTINGS
WIRED LAN
INTERFACE
Select [LAN] for connecting LAN by wire thru the LAN port.
Select [HDBaseT] for connecting LAN by wire thru the HDBaseT IN/Ethernet port.
SETTING
Set for wired LAN.
PROFILE 1/PROFILE 2
Two settings can be set for wired LAN connection. Select PROFILE 1 or PROFILE 2.
DISABLE
Turn off wired LAN connection. The POWER indicator that is informing the STANDBY
state will start to blink in orange long interval (→ page 180).
DHCP ON
Automatically assign IP address, subnet mask, and gateway to the projector from your
DHCP server.
DHCP OFF
Set IP address, subnet mask, and gateway to the projector assigned by your network
administrator.
IP ADDRESS
Set your IP address of the network connected to the projector.
SUBNET MASK
Set your subnet mask number of the network connected to the projector.
GATEWAY
Set the default gateway of the network connected to the projector.
AUTO DNS ON
DHCP server will automatically assign IP address of DNS server connected to the
projector.
AUTO DNS OFF
Set your IP address assigned by your network administrator.
DNS
Set your IP address of DNS server connected to the projector.
APPLY
Apply your settings to wired LAN.
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• NAME
PROJECTOR NAME
Enter a name for your projector so that your computer can identify the projector. A
projector name must be 16 characters or less.
TIP: Projector name will not be affected even when [RESET] is done from the menu.
HOST NAME
Enter the hostname of the network connected to the projector. A host name must be
16 or less.
DOMAIN NAME
Enter the domain name of the network connected to the projector. A domain name
must be 60 characters or less.
SAVE
Click this button to save your settings to the projector's memory.
• ALERT MAIL
ALERT MAIL
This option will notify your computer of lamp replace time or error messages via e-mail
when using wired LAN.
Placing a checkmark will turn on the Alert Mail feature.
Clearing a checkmark will turn off the Alert Mail feature.
Sample of a message to be sent from the projector:
The lamp has reached the end of its usable life.
Please replace the lamp.
Use the specified lamp for safety and performance.
Projector Name: xxxx
Lamp Hours Used: xxxx [H]
SENDER’S ADDRESS
Enter sender’s address.
SMTP SERVER NAME
Enter the SMTP server name to be connected to the projector.
RECIPIENT’S ADDRESS
1, 2, 3
Enter your recipient’s address. Up to three addresses can be entered.
TEST MAIL
Send a test mail to check whether your settings are correct or not
NOTE:
• If you execute a test, you may not receive an Alert mail. Should this happen, check if network
settings are correct.
• If you entered an incorrect address in a test, you may not receive an Alert mail. Should this
happen, check if the Recipient’s Address is correct.
SAVE
Click this button to save your settings to the projector’s memory.
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• NETWORK SERVICE
PJLink PASSWORD
Set a password for PJLink*. A password must be 32 characters or less. Do not forget
your password. However, if you forget your password, consult with your dealer.
HTTP PASSWORD
Set a password for HTTP server. A password must be 10 characters or less.
When a password is set up, you will be prompted for your user name (arbitrary) and
password during LOGON.
AMX BEACON
Turn on or off for detection from AMX Device Discovery when connecting to the network
supported by AMX’s NetLinx control system.
TIP:
When using a device that supports AMX Device Discovery, all AMX NetLinx control system will
recognize the device and download the appropriate Device Discovery Module from an AMX server.
Placing a checkmark will enable detecting the projector from AMX Device Discovery.
Clearing a checkmark will disable detecting the projector from AMX Device Discovery.
Extron XTP
Set for connecting this projector to the Extron XTP transmitter. ON will enable to connect with the XTP transmitter. OFF will disable to connect with the XTP transmitter.
SAVE
Click this button to save your settings to the projector's memory.
NOTE: If you forget your password, contact your dealer. Please check 24 digits serial number (XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX)
displayed on the column for the password.
*What is PJLink?
PJLink is a standardization of protocol used for controlling projectors of different manufacturers. This standard
protocol is established by Japan Business Machine and Information System Industries Association (JBMIA) in 2005.
The projector supports all the commands of PJLink Class 1.
Setting of PJLink will not be affected even when [RESET] is done from the menu.
• CRESTRON
ROOMVIEW for managing from the computer.
DISABLE
Disables ROOMVIEW.
ENABLE
Enables ROOMVIEW.
CRESTRON CONTROL for managing from the controller.
DISABLE
Disables CRESTRON CONTROL.
ENABLE
Enables CRESTRON CONTROL.
IP ADDRESS
Set your IP address of CRESTRON SERVER.
IP ID
Set your IP ID of CRESTRON SERVER.
SAVE
Click this button to save your settings to the projector's memory.
TIP: The CRESTRON settings are required only for use with CRESTRON ROOMVIEW.
For more information, visit http://www.crestron.com
• INFORMATION
WIRED LAN
Display a list of settings of wired LAN connection.
UPDATE
Reflect settings when they are changed.
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LENS CONTROL
• CONTROL
FOCUS
CENTER
Align the focus around the optical axis.
PERIPHERY
Align the focus for the screen peripheral area.
ZOOM
◀/▶
SHIFT
▼▲◀▶
Adjust the projected image’s vertical and horizontal position.
HOME
Return the lens shift position to the home position.
CALIB.
Finely adjusting the size of an image.
Correct the adjustable zoom, focus and les shift range.
• LENS MEMORY
STORE
Store the current adjusted values in memory for each input signal.
MOVE
Applies the adjusted values of LENS SHIFT, motorized ZOOM, and motorized FOCUS to the current signal.
RESET
Return the adjusted valued to the last condition.
• REF. LENS MEMORY
PROFILE1/PROFILE2
Select a stored [PROFILE] number.
STORE
Store each adjusted value of LENS SHIFT, motorized ZOOM and motorized FOCUS
for the selected profile as the common values for every input signal.
MOVE
Move the lens to the stored values for the selected profile.
RESET
Reset selected [REF. LENS MEMORY] for the selected [PROFILE] to the default
factory settings.
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LOAD BY
SIGNAL
FORCED
MUTE
OFF
If input signal is switched, the lens will not shift to the les shift, zoom and focus values for the selected [PROFILE] number.
ON
If input signal is switched, the lens will shift to the values for the selected [PROFILE]
number.
If no adjusted values have been stored to [LENS MEMORY], the lens will apply
[REF. LENS MEMORY] adjusted values. Alternatively, if no adjusted values have
been stored to [REF. LENS MEMORY], the unit will return to the default factory settings.
OFF
Not turn off the image during les shift.
ON
Turn off the image during les shift.
NOTE: LENS MEMORY and REF. LENS MEMORY are future expansion functions.
⓫ Storing Changes for Lens Shift, Zoom, and Focus [LENS
MEMORY]
This function serves to store the adjusted values when using the LENS SHIFT, motorized ZOOM and motorized FOCUS buttons of the projector. Adjusted values can be applied to the signal you selected. This will eliminate the need
to adjust lens shift, focus, and zoom at the time of source selection. There are two ways to save adjusted values for
lens shift, zoom, and focus.
Function name
Description
page
REF. LENS MEMORY
Adjusted values common to all input signals. At the time of installation,
two kinds of adjusted values can be stored.
If no adjusted values have been saved to [LENS MEMORY], the lens
will apply [REF.LENS MEMORY] adjusted values.
→ page 117
LENS MEMORY
Adjusted values for each input signal.
Use the adjusted values for the signal with a different aspect ratio or
resolution. The adjusted values can be applied at the time of source
selection.
→ page 99
NOTE:
• The [LENS MEMORY] feature is not available for the lens unit, NP11FL/NP12ZL/NP13ZL/NP14ZL/NP30ZL.
• Be sure to carry out [LENS CALIBRATION] after replacing the lens.
To store your adjusted values in [REF. LENS MEMORY]:
1. Press the MENU button.
The menu will be displayed.
2. Press the ▶ button to select [SETUP] and press the ENTER button.
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3. Press the ▶ button to select [INSTALLATION].
4. Press the ▼ button to select [REF. LENS MEMORY] and press the ENTER button.
The [REF. LENS MEMORY] screen will be displayed.
5. Make sure [PROFILE] is highlighted, then press the ENTER button.
The [PROFILE] selection screen appears.
6. Press the ▼/▲ buttons to select the [PROFILE] number, then press the ENTER button.
Return to the [REF. LENS MEMORY] settings screen.
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7. Select [STORE] and press the ENTER button.
The confirmation screen will be displayed.
8. Press the ◀ button to select and [YES] and press the ENTER button.
Select a [PROFILE] number and save the adjusted [LENS SHIFT], [ZOOM], and [FOCUS] values to it.
9. Press the MENU button.
The menu will be closed.
TIP:
• To store adjusted values for each input source, use the Lens Memory function. (→ page 99)
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To call up your adjusted values from [REF. LENS MEMORY]:
1. Press the MENU button.
The menu will be displayed.
2. Press the ▶ button to select [SETUP] and press the ENTER button.
3. Press the ▶ button to select [INSTALLATION].
4. Press the ▼ button to select [REF. LENS MEMORY] and press the ENTER button.
The [REF. LENS MEMORY] screen will be displayed.
5. Make sure [PROFILE] is highlighted, then press the ENTER button.
The [PROFILE] selection screen appears.
6. Press the ▼/▲ buttons to select the [PROFILE] number, then press the ENTER button.
Return to the [REF. LENS MEMORY] settings screen.
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7. Select [MOVE] and press the ENTER button.
The lens will shift based on the adjusted values stored in the selected [PROFILE].
8. Press the ◀ button to select and [YES] and press the ENTER button.
The adjusted values will be applied to the current signal. .
9. Press the MENU button.
The menu will be closed.
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TIP:
To call up the stored values from [LENS MEMORY]:
1. From the menu, select [ADJUST] → [LENS MEMORY] → [MOVE] and press the ENTER button.
The confirmation screen will be displayed.
2. Press the ◀ button to select and [YES] and press the ENTER button.
During projection, if the adjusted values for an input signal have been saved, the lens will shift. If not, the lens will
shift according to the adjusted values stored in the selected [REF. LENS MEMORY] [PROFILE] number.
To automatically apply the stored values at the time of source selection:
1. From the menu, select [SETUP] → [REF. LENS MEMORY] → [LOAD BY SIGNAL] and press the ENTER button.
2. Press the ▼ button to select and [ON] and press the ENTER button.
This will move the lens automatically to the position at the time of source selection according to the adjusted
values.
NOTE: The Lens Memory function may not produce a completely aligned image (due to tolerances in the lenses) using the adjusted
values stored in the projector. After calling up and applying the stored values from the Lens Memory function, finely adjust the lens
shift, zoom and focus to produce the best possible image.
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4. Multi-Screen Projection
❶ Things that can be done using multi-screen projection
This projector can be used singly or arranged in multiple units for multi-screen projection.
We will introduce an example using two projection screens here.
Case 1
Using a single projector to project two types of videos at the same time
[PIP/PICTURE BY PICTURE]
Case 2
Using four projectors (liquid crystal panel: WUXGA) to project video with a resolution of 3840 × 2160 pixels
[TILING]
Case 1. Using a single projector to project two types of videos [PIP/PICTURE BY
PICTURE]
Connection example and projection image
In the case of [PICTURE BY PICTURE]
In the case of [PIP]
On-screen menu operations
Display [DISPLAY] → [PIP/PICTURE BY PICTURE] → [MODE] screen in the on-screen menu and select [PIP] or
[PICTURE BY PICTURE].
For details, please refer to “4-2 Displaying Two Pictures at the Same Time”. (→ page 66)
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Case 2. Using four projectors (liquid crystal panel: WUXGA) to project videos with a
resolution of 3840 × 2160 pixels [TILING]
Connection example and projection image
On-screen menu operations
1 Four similar videos are displayed when four projectors are projected.
Please request the retail store to adjust the projection position of each projector.
NOTE:
• When setting up the projector, assign a unique control ID to each projector.
• Set the “Color setting” and “DeepColor setting” on your Blu-ray player or computer to “Auto”. Refer to the owner’s manual accompanied with your Blu-ray player or computer for more information.
• Connect an HDMI output of your Blu-ray player or computer to the first projector and then connect to HDBase T IN/Ethernet port
of the second and subsequent projectors.
• Selecting another input source on the second and subsequent projectors will disable the HDBaseT repeater function.
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2 Operate the on-screen menu using the four respective projectors to divide the image into four portions.
Display [DISPLAY] → [MULTI SCREEN] → [PICTURE SETTING] Screen in the on-screen menu and select [TILING].
(1)In the screen for setting the number of horizontal units, select [2 UNITS]. (number of units in the horizontal
direction)
(2)In the screen for setting the number of vertical units, select [2 UNITS]. (number of units in the vertical direction)
(3)In the screen for setting the horizontal order, select [1st UNIT] or [2nd UNIT].
(look at the screens, the one on the left is the [1st UNIT] while the one on the right is the [2nd UNIT])
(4) In the screen for setting the vertical order, select the [1st UNIT] or the [2nd UNIT].
(look at the screens, the one at the top is the [1st UNIT] while the one at the bottom is the [2nd UNIT])
3 Adjust the lens shift of each projector to fine-tune the boundaries of the screen.
For further fine-tuning, adjust using [DISPLAY] → [EDGE BLENDING] in the on-screen menu for each projector.
For details, please refer to “4-3 Displaying a Picture Using [EDGE BLENDING]”.
(→ page 70)
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Things to note when installing projectors
• Leave sufficient space on the left and right of the projector so that the intake and exhaust vents of the projector are
not obstructed. When the intake and exhaust vents are obstructed, the temperature inside the projector will rise
and this may result in a malfunction.
• Please do not pile up the projectors directly on top of one another when installing them. When the projectors are
piled up on top of one another, they may fall down, resulting in damage and failure.
• Installation example when using two projectors
The following installation is recommended when combining the installation of two projectors for multi-screen projection. Please leave a space of at least 10 cm between the the intake/exhaust vent and the wall.
[Installation example]
Front
Air discharge
Cabinet
Right side
Air intake
Back
Intake vent
Cabinet
Exhaust vent
Cabinet
WARNING
Please request the retail store for special installation services such as when mounting the projector to the ceiling.
Never carry out the installation by yourself. The projector may fall down and result in injury. Please use a sturdy
cabinet that can withstand the weight of the projector for the installation. Please do not pile up the projectors directly
on top of one another.
NOTE:
• For the range of the projection distance, please refer to the Appendix “Throw distance and screen size”. (→ page 162)
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❷ Displaying Two Pictures at the Same Time
The projector has a feature that allows you to view two different signals simultaneously. You have two modes: PIP
mode and PICTURE BY PICTURE mode.
The projection video in the first screen display is known as the main display while the projection video that is called
out subsequently is known as the sub-display.
Select the projection function under [DISPLAY] → [PIP/PICTURE BY PICTURE] → [MODE] in the on-screen menu
(the default factory setting when shipped is PIP). (→ page 101)
• A single screen is projected when power is turned on.
Picture in Picture function
A small sub-display is displayed inside the main display.
Main Display
The sub-display can be set up and adjusted as follows. (→ page 101)
• Select whether to display the sub-display at the top right, top left, bottom right
or bottom left of the screen (the size of the sub-display can be selected and
the position can be fine-tuned)
• Switch the main display with the sub-display
Sub-Display
Picture by picture function
Display the main display and sub-display side by side.
The main display and sub-display can be set up and adjusted as follows. (→
page 102)
• Selecting the display boundary (ratio) of the main display and sub-display
• Switch the main display and sub-display
Main Display
Sub-Display
Input terminals that can be used for the main screen and sub-screen.
The main screen and sub-screen can provide the following input terminals.
• The main display and sub-display support computer signals up to [email protected]
Main Display
HDMI1
HDMI2
DisplayPort
COMPUTER
HDBaseT
HDMI1
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
HDMI2
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
NOTE:
• Some signals may not appear depending on the resolution.
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Sub-Display or additional display
DisplayPort
COMPUTER
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
HDBaseT
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
4. Multi-Screen Projection
Projecting two screens
1. Press the MENU button to display the on-screen menu and select [DISPLAY] → [PIP/PICTURE BY PICTURE].
This displays the [PIP/PICTURE BY PICTURE] screen in the on-screen menu.
2. Select [SUB INPUT] using the ▼/▲ buttons, and press the ENTER button.
This displays the [SUB INPUT] screen.
3. Select the input signal using the ▼/▲ buttons, and press the ENTER button.
* This screen belongs to a HDBaseT model.
The [PIP] (PICTURE IN PICTURE) or [PICTURE BY PICTURE] screen set up under [MODE] is projected. (→
page 101)
• When the signal name is displayed in grey, this means that it cannot be selected.
• The signal can also be selected by pressing the PIP button or PBP/POP button on the remote control.
4. Press the MENU button.
The on-screen menu will disappear.
5. When returning to single screen, display the [PIP/PICTURE BY PICTUE] screen one more time and select
[OFF] in the [SUB INPUT] screen of the Step 3.
TIP:
• During dual-screen projection, if the selected input is not supported by the sub-screen, the sub-screen will appear as a black
screen.
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Switching the main display with the sub-display and vice versa
1. Press the MENU button to display the on-screen menu and select [DISPLAY] → [PIP/PICTURE BY PICTURE].
This displays the [PIP/PICTURE BY PICTURE] screen in the on-screen menu.
2. Select [PICTURE SWAP] using the ▼/▲ buttons and then press the ENTER button.
Display the screen for switching the display positions.
3. Select [ON] using the ▼ button and then press the ENTER button.
The video of the main display will switch with that of the sub-display.
Sub-display video
Main display video
Main display video
Sub-display video
When turned “OFF”
When turned “ON”
The signal output from the HDBaseT OUT/Ethernet terminal does not change even if the display positions are
switched.
4. Press the menu button.
The on-screen menu will disappear.
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Restrictions
• The following operations are enabled only for the main display.
• Audio-visual adjustments
• Video magnification / compression using the partial D-ZOOM/ZOOM +/− buttons.
However, magnification / compression is up to the positions set in [PICTURE BY PICTURE BORDER] only.
• TEST PATTERN
• The following operations are enabled for both the main display and sub-display. These operations cannot be applied individually.
• Momentary deletion of video / audio
• Video pause
• [PIP/PICTURE BY PICTURE] cannot be used when a 3D video is being displayed.
• When using the [PIP/PICTURE BY PICTURE] function, [DYNAMIC CONTRAST] can not be used.
• [PIP/PICTURE BY PICTURE] cannot be used when the signal input has a resolution of 1920 × 1200 or more.
• The HDBaseT OUT/Ethernet port has a repeater function. The output resolution is limited by the maximum resolution of the connected monitor and projector.
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❸ Displaying a Picture Using [EDGE BLENDING]
A high resolution video can be projected on an even bigger screen by combining multiple projectors on the left, right,
top and bottom.
This projector is equipped with an “EDGE BLENDING Function” that makes the edges (boundaries) of the projection
screen indistinguishable.
NOTE:
• For projector throw distances, refer to “Throw distance and screen size” on page 162.
• Before performing the Edge Blending function, place the projector in the correct position so that the image becomes square in
the appropriate size, and then make optical adjustments (lens shift, focus, and zoom).
• Adjust the brightness of each projector using [REF. LIGHT] under [LIGHT MODE]. In addition, use [REF. WHITE BALANCE] to
adjust the [CONTRAST], [BRIGHTNESS] and [UNIFORMITY].
Before explaining use of the Edge Blending function
This section explains the case for “Example: Placing two projectors side by side”. As shown, the projected image on
the left is referred to as “Projector A” and the projected image on the right is referred to “Projector B”. Unless otherwise
specified hereinafter, the “projector” is used to mean both A and B.
Example: Placing two projectors side by side
Edge Blending area
Projected area
Projected area
Projector A
Projector B
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Preparation:
• Turn on the projector and display a signal.
• When performing settings or adjustments using one remote control, enable the [CONTROL ID] for assigning ID to
each projector so as not to activate the other projectors. (→ page 123)
Setting the overlap of projection screens
① Enable [EDGE BLENDING].
1 Press the “Edge Blend.” button.
The [EDGE BLENDING] screen will be displayed. Align the cursor with [MODE] and then press the ENTER button. The mode screen will be displayed.
2 Select [MODE] → [ON] and press the ENTER button.
This enables the Edge Blending function. The following menu items are available:
[TOP], [BOTTOM], [LEFT], [RIGHT], [BLACK LEVEL], and [BLEND CURVE]
3 Select [RIGHT] for Projector A and [LEFT] for Projector B.
Press the ENTER button.
The following items are available:
[CONTROL], [MARKER], [RANGE], and [POSITION]
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4 Select [CONTROL] → [ON] and press the ENTER button.
Each [TOP], [BOTTOM], [LEFT], [RIGHT], and [BLACK LEVEL] has its own [CONTROL], [MARKER], [RANGE],
and [POSITION].
• For Projector A, set the [CONTROL] for the [TOP], [LEFT] and[BOTTOM] to [OFF]. Similarly for Projector B,
set the [CONTROL] for the [TOP], [RIGHT] and [BOTTOM] to [OFF].
② Adjust [RANGE] and [POSITION] to determine an area of overlapped edges of images
projected from each projector.
Turning on [MARKER] will display markers in magenta and green.
The magenta marker is used for [RANGE] and green one for [POSITION].
[RANGE]
(Determine an area of overlapped edges of
images.)
Turn on [RIGHT]
Turn on [LEFT]
Magenta marker
Magenta marker
[POSITION]
(Determine the position of overlapped edges of images.)
Green marker
* The 2 screens are separated in the diagram for explanatory purposes.
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4. Multi-Screen Projection
1 Adjust [RANGE].
Use the ◀ or ▶ button to adjust the overlapped area.
TIP:
• Adjust to overlap one projector’ marker with the other projector’s marker.
2 Adjust [POSITION].
Use the ◀ or ▶ button to align one edge with the other edge of overlapped images.
TIP:
• When displaying a signal with a different resolution, perform the Edge Blending function from the start.
• Setting of [MARKER] will not be saved and return to [OFF] when the projector is turned off.
• To display or hide the marker while the projector is running, turn on or off [MARKER] from the menu.
BLEND CURVE
Adjust the brightness of the overlapped section on the screens. According to the necessity, adjust the brightness of
the overlapped section on the screens by the [BLEND CURVE] AND [BLACK LEVEL].
• Set the [MODE] to [ON] for selecting [BLEND CURVE] and [BLACK LEVEL].
Selecting an option for the [BLEND CURVE]
By controlling the graduation of the overlapped section on the screens, it makes the border on the projected screens
inconspicuous. Select the optimal option among nine.
1. On the On-Screen Menu, move the cursor onto the [DISPLAY] → [EDGE BLENDING] → [BLEND CURVE] and
then press the ENTER. The option setting screen for the [BREND CURVE] is displayed on.
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2. Select one option among nine by ▲ or ▼.
Black Level Adjustment
This adjusts the black level of the overlapping area and the non-overlapping area of the multi-screen (EDGE BLENDING).
Adjust the brightness level if you feel the difference is too large.
NOTE:
This function is enabled only when [MODE] is turned on.
Adjustable area varies depending on what combination of [TOP], [BOTTOM], [LEFT] and [RIGHT] are turned on.
Example: Adjusting the Black Level when placing two projectors side by side
Width of overlap
Adjust [CENTER]
Adjust [CENTER]
Projector A’s
image
Projector B’s
image
Adjust [CENTER-RIGHT]
Adjust [CENTER-LEFT]
1.Select [DISPLAY] → [EDGE BLENDING] → [BLACK LEVEL] and press the ENTER button.
The screen will switch to the black level adjustment screen.
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2. Use the ▼ or ▲ button to select an item and use the ◀ or ▶ to adjust the black level.
Do this for the other projector if necessary.
9-segmented portions for Black Level adjustment
The center projector
This function adjusts the brightness level of 9-segmented portions for the center projector and 4-segmented portions
for the left bottom projector as shown below.
TOP-CENTER
TOP-LEFT
TOP-RIGHT
CENTERLEFT
CENTER
BOTTOM-LEFT
CENTER-RIGHT
BOTTOM-RIGHT
BOTTOM-CENTER
TOP-CENTER
TOP-RIGHT
CENTER-RIGHT
CENTER
TIP:
• The number of black level division screens (maximum of nine divisions) changes depending on the number of edge blending
positions selected (top, bottom, right, left). In addition, when the top / bottom and left / right ends are selected, the corner division
screen appears.
• The edge blending width is the width set in the range and the corner is formed by the intersecting area of the top / bottom ends
or left / right ends.
• The [BLACK LEVEL] can be adjusted to make it brighter only.
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5. Using On-Screen Menu
❶ Using the Menus
NOTE: The on-screen menu may not be displayed correctly while interlaced motion video image is projected.
1. Press the MENU button on the remote control or the projector cabinet to display the menu.
NOTE: The commands such as ENTER, EXIT, ▲▼, ◀▶ in the bottom show available buttons for your operation.
2. Press the ◀▶ buttons on the remote control or the projector cabinet to display the submenu.
3. Press the ENTER button on the remote control or the projector cabinet to highlight the top item or the first
tab.
4. Use the ▲▼ buttons on the remote control or the projector cabinet to select the item you want to adjust or
set.
You can use the ◀▶ buttons on the remote control or the projector cabinet to select the tab you want.
5. Press the ENTER button on the remote control or the projector cabinet to display the submenu window.
6. Adjust the level or turn the selected item on or off by using the ▲▼◀▶ buttons on the remote control or the
projector cabinet.
Changes are stored until adjusted again.
7. Repeat steps 2-6 to adjust an additional item, or press the EXIT button on the remote control or the projector
cabinet to quit the menu display.
NOTE: When a menu or message is displayed, several lines of information may be lost, depending on the signal or settings.
8. Press the MENU button to close the menu.
To return to the previous menu, press the EXIT button.
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❷ Menu Elements
Tab
Slide bar
Solid triangle
Available buttons
Source
Menu mode
Highlight
Radio button
ECO mode symbol
High Altitude symbol
Off Timer remaining
time
Thermometer symbol
Key Lock symbol
Menu windows or dialog boxes typically have the following elements:
Highlight�����������������������������Indicates the selected menu or item.
Solid triangle����������������������Indicates further choices are available. A highlighted triangle indicates the item is active.
Tab��������������������������������������Indicates a group of features in a dialog box. Selecting on any tab brings its page to the front.
Radio button�����������������������Use this round button to select an option in a dialog box.
Source��������������������������������Indicates the currently selected source.
Menu mode������������������������Indicates the current menu mode: BASIC or ADVANCED.
Off Timer remaining time����Indicates the remaining countdown time when the [OFF TIMER] is preset.
Slide bar�����������������������������Indicates settings or the direction of adjustment.
ECO mode symbol��������������Indicates [ECO MODE] is set.
Key Lock symbol����������������Indicates the [CONTROL PANEL LOCK] is enabled.
Thermometer symbol���������Indicates the [ECO MODE] is forcibly set to [ON] mode because the internal temperature is too high.
High Altitude symbol����������Indicates the [FAN MODE] is set to [HIGH ALTITUDE] mode.
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5. Using On-Screen Menu
❸ List of Menu Items
• Basic menu items are indicated by shaded area.
Some menu items are not available depending on the input source.
Menu Item
INPUT
Default
*
*
*
*
1:HDMI1
2:HDMI2
3:DisplayPort
4:COMPUTER
5:HDBaseT
ENTRY LIST
TEST PATTERN
MODE
Options
STANDARD STANDARD, PROFESSIONAL
HIGH-BRIGHT, PRESENTATION, VIDEO, MOVIE, GRAPHIC, sRGB,
*
DICOM SIM.
PRESET
GENERAL
REFERENCE
DETAIL SETTINGS
PICTURE
ADJUST
IMAGE
OPTIONS
*
GAMMA CORRECTION*1
SCREEN SIZE*2
COLOR TEMPERATURE*3
DYNAMIC CONTRAST
LIGHT ADJUST
WHITE BALANCE
CONTRAST R
CONTRAST G
CONTRAST B
BRIGHTNESS R
BRIGHTNESS G
BRIGHTNESS B
COLOR CORRECTION
RED
GREEN
BLUE
YELLOW
MAGENTA
CYAN
*
*
*
*
0
0
0
0
0
0
50
50
10
50
0
*
*
*
*
*
AUTO
AUTO
ASPECT RATIO
AUTO
*
*
OFF
OFF
NORMAL
AUTO
INPUT RESOLUTION*4
VIDEO
*
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
DEINTERLACE
CONTRAST
ENHANCEMENT
SIGNAL TYPE
VIDEO LEVEL
HDR MODE*5
OFF, MOTION IMAGE, STILL IMAGE
0
0
0
0
0
0
CONTRAST
BRIGHTNESS
SHARPNESS
COLOR
HUE
VOLUME
RESET
CLOCK
PHASE
HORIZONTAL
VERTICAL
BLANKING
OVERSCAN
NOISE REDUCTION
AUTO, HIGH-BRIGHT, PRESENTATION, VIDEO, MOVIE, GRAPHIC,
sRGB, DICOM SIM.
DYNAMIC, NATURAL, BLACK DETAIL
LARGE, MEDIUM, SMALL
RANDOM NR
MOSQUITO NR
BLOCK NR
MODE
GAIN
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
TOP, BOTTOM, LEFT, RIGHT
AUTO, 0[%], 5[%], 10[%]
(COMPUTER) AUTO, NORMAL, 4:3, 5:4, 16:9, 15:9, 16:10, FULL,
NATIVE
(HDTV/SDTV) AUTO, NORMAL, 4:3, LETTERBOX, WIDE SCREEN,
ZOOM, FULL
–
OFF, LOW, MEDIUM, HIGH
OFF, LOW, MEDIUM, HIGH
OFF, LOW
NORMAL, MOVIE, STILL
OFF, AUTO, NORMAL
AUTO, RGB, REC601, REC709, REC2020
AUTO, NORMAL, ENHANCED
AUTO, OFF, ON
The asterisk (*) indicates that the default setting varies depending on the signal.
The [GAMMA CORRECTION] item is available when an item other than [DICOM SIM.] is selected for [REFERENCE].
The [SCREEN SIZE] item is available when [DICOM SIM.] is selected for [REFERENCE].
When [PRESENTATION] or [HIGH-BRIGHT] is selected in [REFERENCE], the [COLOR TEMPERATURE] is not available.
The [INPUT RESOLUTION] item can be selected for COMPUTER input.
The [HDR MODE] item is available exclusively for 4K signal.
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Menu Item
Default
SINGLE
SINGLE
STEREO VIEWER
STEREO FILTER
3D SETTINGS
ADJUST
LENS
MEMORY
PIP/PICTURE
BY PICTURE
FORMAT
AUTO
L/R INVERT
STORE
MOVE
RESET
OFF
SUB INPUT
OFF
MODE
PICTURE SWAP
PIP SETTING
START POSITION
HORIZONTAL POSITION
VERTICAL POSITION
SIZE
Options
SINGLE, DUAL LEFT, DUAL RIGHT
SINGLE, DUAL LEFT, DUAL RIGHT
AUTO, OFF(2D), FRAME PACKING, SIDE BY SIDE(HALF), SIDE
BY SIDE(FULL), TOP AND BOTTOM, FRAME ALTERNATIVE, LINE
ALTERNATIVE
OFF, ON
PIP
OFF
TOP-LEFT
OFF, HDMI1, HDMI2, DisplayPort, BNC, BNC(CV), BNC(Y/C),
COMPUTER, HDBaseT
PIP, PICTURE BY PICTURE
OFF, ON
TOP-LEFT, TOP-RIGHT, BOTTOM-LEFT, BOTTOM-RIGHT
MEDIUM
LARGE, MEDIUM, SMALL
BORDER
MODE
KEYSTONE
GEOMETRIC
CORRECTION
OFF
HORIZONTAL
VERTICAL
TILT
THROW RATIO
OFF
TOP-LEFT, TOP, TOP-RIGHT, LEFT, RIGHT, BOTTOM-LEFT,
BOTTOM, BOTTOM-RIGHT
TOP-LEFT, TOP, TOP-RIGHT, LEFT, RIGHT, BOTTOM-LEFT,
BOTTOM, BOTTOM-RIGHT
TOP-LEFT, TOP, TOP-RIGHT, LEFT, RIGHT, BOTTOM-LEFT,
BOTTOM, BOTTOM-RIGHT
TOP-LEFT, TOP, TOP-RIGHT, LEFT, RIGHT, BOTTOM-LEFT,
BOTTOM, BOTTOM-RIGHT
OFF, 1, 2, 3
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
ON
OFF
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
ON
OFF
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
ON
OFF
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
CORNERSTONE
HORIZONTAL CORNER
VERTICAL CORNER
WARP
PC TOOL
RESET
MODE
DISPLAY
TOP
BOTTOM
LEFT
EDGE
BLENDING
RIGHT
BLACK LEVEL
OFF, KEYSTONE, CORNERSTONE, HORIZONTAL CORNER,
VERTICAL CORNER, PINCUSHION, WARP, PC TOOL
CONTROL
MARKER
RANGE
POSITION
CONTROL
MARKER
RANGE
POSITION
CONTROL
MARKER
RANGE
POSITION
CONTROL
MARKER
RANGE
POSITION
TOP-LEFT
TOP-CENTER
TOP-RIGHT
CENTER-LEFT
CENTER
CENTER-RIGHT
BOTTOM-LEFT
BOTTOM-CENTER
BOTTOM-RIGHT
BLEND CURVE
5
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OFF, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
5. Using On-Screen Menu
Menu Item
WHITE BALANCE
DISPLAY
MULTI
SCREEN
PICTURE SETTING
MENU(1)
MODE
CONTRAST W
CONTRAST R
CONTRAST G
CONTRAST B
BRIGHTNESS W
BRIGHTNESS R
BRIGHTNESS G
BRIGHTNESS B
MODE
HORIZONTAL ZOOM
VERTICAL ZOOM
ZOOM
HORIZONTAL
POSITION
VERTICAL POSITION
WIDTH
HEIGHT
TILING
HORIZONTAL
POSITION
VERTICAL POSITION
Default
OFF
OFF
1st UNIT, 2nd UNIT, 3rd UNIT, 4th UNIT
ENGLISH
COLOR SELECT
INPUT DISPLAY
MESSAGE DISPLAY
ID DISPLAY
ECO MESSAGE
3D CAUTION MESSAGE
COLOR
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
AUTO 45
SEC
FILTER MESSAGE
OFF
MENU ANGLE
MENU(2)
MENU POSITION
SETUP
AUTO
SCREEN TYPE
POSITION
FREE
WALL COLOR
OFF
FAN MODE
LIGHT MODE
REF. WHITE BALANCE
INSTALLATION
STATIC CONVERGENCE
REF. LENS MEMORY
1st UNIT, 2nd UNIT, 3rd UNIT, 4th UNIT
ENGLISH, DEUTSCH, FRANÇAIS, ITALIANO, ESPAÑOL, SVENSKA,
日本語
DANSK, PORTUGUÊS, ČEŠTINA, MAGYAR, POLSKI,
NEDERLANDS, SUOMI
, Ελληνικά, 中文, 한국어
NORSK, TÜRKÇE, РУССКИЙ,
ROMÂNĂ, HRVATSKA, БЪЛГАРСКИ, INDONESIA, हिन्दी, ไทย,
, 繁體中文, Tiếng Việt
COLOR, MONOCHROME
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
MANUAL, AUTO 5 SEC, AUTO 15 SEC, AUTO 45 SEC
OFF, 100[H], 500[H], 2000[H], 4000[H], 5000[H], 6000[H],
7000[H], 10000[H]
0°, 90°, 270°
HORIZONTAL POSITION
VERTICAL POSITION
RESET
ORIENTATION
SCREEN
OFF, ZOOM, TILING
1 UNIT, 2 UNITS, 3 UNITS, 4 UNITS
1 UNIT, 2 UNITS, 3 UNITS, 4 UNITS
LANGUAGE
DISPLAY TIME
Options
OFF, ON
AUTO
OFF
ECO MODE
REF. LIGHT ADJUST
CONTRAST R
CONTRAST G
CONTRAST B
BRIGHTNESS R
BRIGHTNESS G
BRIGHTNESS B
UNIFORMITY R
UNIFORMITY B
HORIZONTAL R
HORIZONTAL G
HORIZONTAL B
VERTICAL R
VERTICAL G
VERTICAL B
PROFILE
STORE
MOVE
RESET
LOAD BY SIGNAL
FORCED MUTE
1
OFF
OFF
LENS CALIBRATION
80
AUTO, DESKTOP FRONT, CEILING REAR, DESKTOP REAR,
CEILING FRONT
FREE, 4:3 SCREEN, 16:9 SCREEN, 16:10 SCREEN
OFF, WHITEBOARD, BLACKBOARD, BLACKBOARD (GRAY), LIGHT
YELLOW, LIGHT GREEN, LIGHT BLUE, SKY BLUE, LIGHT ROSE,
PINK
AUTO, HIGH, HIGH ALTITUDE
OFF, ON
1, 2
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
5. Using On-Screen Menu
Menu Item
ADMINISTRATOR MODE
MENU MODE
NOT SAVE SETTING VALUES
NEW PASSWORD
CONFIRM PASSWORD
ENABLE
ACTIVE
Default
ADVANCED ADVANCED, BASIC
OFF
OFF, ON
OFF
DAY
EDIT
PROGRAM
TIMER
SETTINGS
TIME
FUNCTION
ADVANCED
SETTINGS
POWER
SOURCE
ECO MODE
REPEAT
Options
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
SUN, MON, TUE, WED, THU, FRI, SAT, MON-FRI, MON-SAT,
EVERY DAY
POWER, INPUT, ECO MODE
OFF, ON
HDMI1, HDMI2, DisplayPort, COMPUTER, HDBaseT
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
DELETE
UP
DOWN
BACK
TIME
ZONE
GMT
SETTIMGS
TOOLS
SETUP
CONTROL
-12:00, -11:30, -11:00, -10:30, -10:00, -09:30, -09:00, -08:30,
-08:00, -07:30, -07:00, -06:30, -06:00, -05:30, -05:00, -04:30,
-04:00, -03:30, -03:00, -02:30, -02:00, -01:30, -01:00, -00:30,
00:00, +00:30, +01:00, +01:30, +02:00, +02:30, +03:00, +03:30,
+04:00, +04;30, +05:00, +05:30, +06:00, +06:30, +07:00, +07:30,
+08:00, +08:30, +09:00, +09:30, +10:00, +10:30, +11:00, +11:30,
+12:00, +12:30, +13:00
DATE MM/DD/YYYY
TIME HH:MM
DATE
INTERNET TIME
AND TIME
SERVER
SETTINGS
IP ADDRESS
DATE AND TIME
UPDATE
SETTINGS
ENABLE
MON(START)
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
FIRST WEEK, SECOND WEEK, THIRD WEEK, FOURTH WEEK, LAST
WEEK
SUN, MON, TUE, WED, THU, FRI, SAT
DAY(START)
SUMMER
TIME(START)
TIME
MON(EXIT)
SETTINGS
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
FIRST WEEK, SECOND WEEK, THIRD WEEK, FOURTH WEEK, LAST
WEEK
SUN, MON, TUE, WED, THU, FRI, SAT
DAY(EXIT)
TIME(EXIT)
TIME DIFFERENCE
MOUSE
BUTTON
SENSITIVITY
RIGHT HAND
MEDIUM
OFF
OFF
38400bps
1
OFF
FRONT/
BACK
CONTROL PANEL LOCK
SECURITY
COMMUNICATION SPEED
CONTROL ID
CONTROL ID NUMBER
CONTROL ID
REMOTE SENSOR
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+01:00, +00:30, -00:30, -01:00
RIGHT HAND, LEFT HAND
FAST, MEDIUM, SLOW
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
4800bps, 9600bps, 19200bps, 38400bps, 115200bps
1–254
OFF, ON, AUTO
FRONT/BACK, FRONT, BACK, HDBase-T
5. Using On-Screen Menu
Menu Item
Default
WIRED LAN
PROJECTOR NAME
DOMAIN
NETWORK
SETTINGS
ALERT MAIL
NETWORK SERVICE
SETUP
INTERFACE
PROFILES
DHCP
IP ADDRESS
SUBNET MASK
GATEWAY
AUTO DNS
DNS CONFIGURATION
RECONNECT
PROJECTOR NAME
HOST NAME
DOMAIN NAME
ALERT MAIL
HOST NAME
DOMAIN NAME
SENDER'S ADDRESS
SMTP SERVER NAME
RECIPIENT'S ADDRESS 1
RECIPIENT'S ADDRESS 2
RECIPIENT'S ADDRESS 3
TEST MAIL
NEW PASSWORD
HTTP
SERVER CONFIRM PASSWORD
NEW PASSWORD
PJLink
CONFIRM PASSWORD
AMX BEACON
ROOMVIEW
CRESTRON
CRESTRON CONTROL
Extron XTP
AUTO ADJUST
AUDIO SELECT
SOURCE
OPTIONS
DEFAULT INPUT SELECT
SEAMLESS SWITCHING
BACKGROUND
HDBaseT OUT SELECT
EDIT VERSION
HDCP VERSION
POWER
OPTIONS
RESET
HDMI1
HDMI2
DisplayPort
HDBaseT
HDMI1
HDMI2
HDMI1
HDMI2
STANDBY MODE
DIRECT POWER ON
AUTO POWER ON SELECT
AUTO POWER OFF
OFF TIMER
CURRENT SIGNAL
ALL DATA
ALL DATA (INCLUDING ENTRY LIST)
CLEAR LAMP HOURS
CLEAR FILTER HOURS
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Options
LAN, HDBaseT
DISABLE, PROFILE 1, PROFILE 2
OFF, ON
192.168.0.10
255.255.255.0
192.168.0.1
OFF, ON
PJ-********
pj-********
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
CONTROLLER IP ADDRESS, IP ID
OFF, ON
NORMAL OFF, NORMAL, FINE
HDMI1
HDMI1, COMPUTER
HDMI2
HDMI2, COMPUTER
DisplayPort DisplayPort, COMPUTER
HDBaseT HDBaseT, COMPUTER
LAST
LAST, AUTO, HDMI1, HDMI2, DisplayPort, COMPUTER, HDBaseT
OFF
OFF, ON
BLUE
BLUE, BLACK, LOGO
AUTO
AUTO, HDMI1, HDMI2, DisplayPort, HDBaseT
MODE1
MODE1, MODE2
MODE1
MODE1, MODE2
HDCP2.2 HDCP2.2, HDCP1.4
HDCP2.2 HDCP2.2, HDCP1.4
NORMAL NORMAL, SLEEP
OFF
OFF, ON
OFF
OFF, HDMI1, HDMI2, DisplayPort, COMPUTER, HDBaseT
0:15
OFF, 0:05, 0:10, 0:15, 0:20, 0:30, 1:00
OFF
OFF, 0:30, 1:00, 2:00, 4:00, 8:00, 12:00, 16:00
5. Using On-Screen Menu
Menu Item
Default
USAGE TIME
SOURCE(1)
SOURCE(2)
SOURCE(3)
INFO.
SOURCE(4)
WIRED LAN
VERSION
OTHERS
CONDITIONS
HDBaseT
LAMP LIFE REMAINING
LAMP HOURS USED
FILTER HOURS USED
TOTAL CARBON SAVINGS
INPUT TERMINAL
RESOLUTION
HORIZONTAL FREQUENCY
VERTICAL FREQUENCY
SYNC TYPE
SYNC POLARITY
SCAN TYPE
SOURCE NAME
ENTRY NO.
SIGNAL TYPE
BIT DEPTH
VIDEO LEVEL
SAMPLING FREQUENCY
3D FORMAT
INPUT TERMINAL
RESOLUTION
HORIZONTAL FREQUENCY
SYNC TYPE
SOURCE NAME
ENTRY NO.
SIGNAL TYPE
BIT DEPTH
VIDEO LEVEL
SAMPLING FREQUENCY
3D FORMAT
IP ADDRESS
SUBNET MASK
GATEWAY
MAC ADDRESS
FIRMWARE
DATA
DATE TIME
PROJECTOR NAME
MODEL NO.
SERIAL NUMBER
CONTROL ID*5
DETECTED PROJECTORS
LENS ID
INTAKE TEMPERATURE
EXHAUST TEMPERATURE
ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE
INSTALLATION POSITION
X-AXIS
Y-AXIS
Z-AXIS
SIGNAL QUALITY
OPERATION MODE
LINK STATUS
HDMI STATUS
*5 [CONTROL ID] will be displayed when [CONTROL ID] has been set up.
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Options
5. Using On-Screen Menu
❹ Menu Descriptions & Functions [INPUT]
1:HDMI1
This projects the video of the device connected to the HDMI 1 IN terminal.
2:HDMI2
This projects the video of the device connected to the HDMI 2 IN terminal.
3:DisplayPort
This projects the video of the device connected to the Display Port input terminal.
4:COMPUTER
This projects the video of the device connected to the computer video input terminal.
(This projects the analog RGB signal or component signal.)
5:HDBaseT
Projecting the HDBaseT signal.
ENTRY LIST
Displays a list of signals. See the following pages.
TEST PATTERN
Closes the menu and switches to the test pattern screen.
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5. Using On-Screen Menu
Using the Entry List
When any source adjustments are made, the adjustments are automatically registered in the Entry List. The (adjustment values of) registered signals can be loaded from the Entry List whenever necessary.
However, only up to 100 patterns can be registered in the Entry List. When 100 patterns have been registered in the
Entry List, an error message is then displayed and no additional patterns can be registered. You should thus delete
(adjustment values of) signals that are no longer needed.
Displaying the Entry list
1. Press the MENU button.
The menu will be displayed.
2. Press the ◀ or ▶ button to select [INPUT].
The INPUT list will be displayed.
* This screen belongs to a HDBaseT model.
3. Use the ◀, ▶, ▲, or ▼ to select [ENTRY LIST] and press the ENTER button.
The ENTRY LIST windows will be displayed.
If the ENTRY LIST window is not displayed, switch the menu to [ADVANCED].
To switch the menu between [ADVANCED] and [BASIC], select [SETUP] → [CONTROL] → [TOOLS] → [ADMINISTRATOR MODE] → [MENU MODE]. (→ page 113)
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5. Using On-Screen Menu
Entering the currently projected signal into the Entry List [
(STORE)]
1. Press the ▲ or ▼ button to select any number.
2. Press the ◀ or ▶ button to select [
(STORE)] and press the ENTER button.
Calling up a signal from the Entry List [
(LOAD)]
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to select a signal and press the ENTER button.
Editing a signal from the Entry List [
(EDIT)]
1. Press the ▲ or ▼ button to select a signal you wish to edit.
2. Press the ◀, ▶, ▲, or ▼ button to select [
(EDIT)] and press the ENTER button.
The Edit window will be displayed.
SOURCE NAME
INPUT
LOCK
SKIP
Enter a signal name. Up to 18 alphanumeric characters can be used.
The input terminal can be changed. Switching between HDMI/DisplayPort/Computer/
HDBaseT is possible.
Set so that the selected signal cannot be deleted when [
(ALL DELETE)] is executed.
The changes made after LOCK execution cannot be saved.
Set so that the selected signal will be skipped during auto search.
3. Set the above items and select [OK] and press the ENTER button.
NOTE: The input terminal cannot be changed to the currently projected signal.
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5. Using On-Screen Menu
Cutting a signal from the Entry List [
(CUT)]
1. Press the ▲ or ▼ button to select a signal you wish to delete.
2. Press the ◀, ▶, ▲, or ▼ button to select [
(CUT)] and press the ENTER button.
The signal will be deleted from the Entry List and the deleted signal will be displayed on the clipboard at the bottom of the Entry List.
NOTE:
• The currently projected signal cannot be deleted.
• When the locked signal is selected, it will be displayed in gray which indicates it is not available.
TIP:
• Data on the clipboard can be passed onto the Entry List.
• Data on the clipboard will not be lost after the Entry List is closed.
Copying and pasting a signal from the Entry List [
(COPY)] / [
(PASTE)]
1. Press the ▲ or ▼ button to select a signal you wish to copy.
2. Press the ◀, ▶, ▲, or ▼ button to select [
(COPY)] and press the ENTER button.
The copied signal will be displayed on the clipboard at the bottom of the Entry List.
3. Press the ◀ or ▶ button to move to the list.
4. Press the ▲ or ▼ button to select a signal.
5. Press the ◀, ▶, ▲, or ▼ button to select [
(PASTE)] and press the ENTER button.
Data on the clipboard will be pasted to the signal.
Deleting all the signals from the Entry List [
(ALL DELTE)]
1. Press the ◀, ▶, ▲, or ▼ button to select [
(ALL DELETE)] and press the ENTER button.
The confirmation message will be displayed.
2. Press the ◀ or ▶ button to select [YES] and press the ENTER button.
NOTE: The locked signal cannot be deleted.
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❺ Menu Descriptions & Functions [ADJUST]
[PICTURE]
[MODE]
This function allows you to determine how to save settings for [DETAIL SETTINGS] of [PRESET] for each input.
STANDARD������������ Saves settings for each item of [PRESET] (Preset 1 through 7)
PROFESSIONAL����� Saves all the settings of [PICTURE] for each input.
NOTE:
• When [TEST PATTERN] is displayed, [MODE] cannot be selected.
[PRESET]
This function allows you to select optimized settings for your projected image.
You can adjust neutral tint for yellow, cyan or magenta.
There are seven factory presets optimized for various types of images. You can also use [DETAIL SETTINGS] to set
user adjustable settings to customize each gamma or color.
Your settings can be stored in [PRESET 1] to [PRESET 7].
AUTO��������������������� Automatically distinguish the optimal setting for the input signal.
HIGH-BRIGHT�������� Recommended for use in a brightly lit room.
PRESENTATION����� Recommended for making a presentation using a PowerPoint file.
VIDEO�������������������� Recommended for typical TV program viewing.
MOVIE������������������� Recommended for movies.
GRAPHIC��������������� Recommended for graphics.
sRGB��������������������� Standard color values
DICOM SIM.���������� Recommended for DICOM simulation format.
NOTE:
• The [DICOM SIM.] option is for training/reference only and should not be used for actual diagnosis.
• DICOM stands for Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine. It is a standard developed by the American College of Radiology (ACR) and the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA).
The standard specifies how digital image data can be moved from system to system.
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[DETAIL SETTINGS]
[GENERAL]
Storing Your Customized Settings [REFERENCE]
This function allows you to store your customized settings in [PRESET 1] to [PRESET 7].
First, select a base preset mode from [REFERENCE], then set [GAMMA CORRECTION] and [COLOR TEMPERATURE].
HIGH-BRIGHT�������� Recommended for use in a brightly lit room.
PRESENTATION����� Recommended for making a presentation using a PowerPoint file.
VIDEO�������������������� Recommended for typical TV program viewing.
MOVIE������������������� Recommended for movies.
GRAPHIC��������������� Recommended for graphics.
sRGB��������������������� Standard color values.
DICOM SIM.���������� Recommended for DICOM simulation format.
Selecting Gamma Correction Mode [GAMMA CORRECTION]
Each mode is recommended for:
DYNAMIC�������������� Creates a high-contrast picture.
NATURAL��������������� Natural reproduction of the picture.
BLACK DETAIL������� Emphasizes detail in dark areas of the picture.
NOTE: This function is not available when [DICOM SIM.] is selected for [DETAIL SETTINGS].
Selecting Screen Size for DICOM SIM [SCREEN SIZE]
This function will perform gamma correction appropriate for the screen size.
LARGE������������������� For screen size of 150"
MEDIUM���������������� For screen size of 100"
SMALL������������������� For screen size of 50"
NOTE: This function is available only when [DICOM SIM.] is selected for [DETAIL SETTINGS].
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Adjusting Color Temperature [COLOR TEMPERATURE]
This option allows you to select the color temperature of your choice.
A value between 5000 K and 10500 K can be set in 100 K units.
NOTE: When [PRESENTATION] or [HIGH-BRIGHT] is selected in [REFERENCE], this function is not available.
Adjusting Brightness and Contrast [DYNAMIC CONTRAST]
When set, the most optimal contrast ratio is adjusted according to the video.
OFF������������������������ Dynamic contrast is disabled.
MOTION IMAGE����� Most optimal settings for moving images.
STILL IMAGE��������� Most optimal settings for static images. Rapidly follows any changes in the video.
NOTE:
• Depending on the conditions, projector settings such as [DYNAMIC CONTRAST] may not be able to be selected.
Adjusting Brightness [LIGHT ADJUST]
The adjustment is effective when [PROFESSIONAL] is selected for [MODE].
Adjusting White Balance [WHITE BALANCE]
This allows you to adjust the white balance. Contrast for each color (RGB) to adjust the white level of the screen;
Brightness for each color (RGB) is used to adjust the black level of the screen.
[COLOR CORRECTION]
Corrects the color for all signals.
Adjusts the tone for the colors red, green, blue, yellow, magenta and cyan.
RED
HUE
SATURATION
GREEN
HUE
SATURATION
BLUE
HUE
SATURATION
YELLOW
HUE
SATURATION
MAGENTA
HUE
SATURATION
CYAN
HUE
SATURATION
+ Direction
− Direction
+ Direction
− Direction
+ Direction
− Direction
+ Direction
− Direction
+ Direction
− Direction
+ Direction
− Direction
+ Direction
− Direction
+ Direction
− Direction
+ Direction
− Direction
+ Direction
− Direction
+ Direction
− Direction
+ Direction
− Direction
Magenta direction
Yellow direction
Vivid
Weak
Yellow direction
Cyan direction
Vivid
Weak
Cyan direction
Magenta direction
Vivid
Weak
Red direction
Green direction
Vivid
Weak
Blue direction
Red direction
Vivid
Weak
Green direction
Blue direction
Vivid
Weak
[CONTRAST]
Adjusts the intensity of the image according to the incoming signal.
[BRIGHTNESS]
Adjusts the brightness level or the back raster intensity.
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[SHARPNESS]
Controls the detail of the image.
[COLOR]
Increases or decreases the color saturation level.
[HUE]
Varies the color level from +/− green to +/− blue. The red level is used as reference.
NOTE:
• When [TEST PATTERN] is displayed, [CONTRAST], [BRIGHTNESS], [SHARPNESS], [COLOR] and [HUE] cannot be adjusted.
[RESET]
The settings and adjustments for [PICTURE] will be returned to the factory default settings with the exception of the
following; Preset numbers and [REFERENCE] within the [PRESET] screen.
The settings and adjustments under [DETAIL SETTINGS] within the [PRESET] screen that are not currently selected
will not be reset.
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[IMAGE OPTIONS]
Adjusting Clock and Phase [CLOCK/PHASE]
This allows you to manually adjust CLOCK and PHASE.
CLOCK������������������� Use this item to fine tune the computer image or to remove any vertical banding that might appear. This
function adjusts the clock frequencies that eliminate the horizontal banding in the image.
This adjustment may be necessary when you connect your computer for the first time.
PHASE������������������� Use this item to adjust the clock phase or to reduce video noise, dot interference or cross talk. (This is
evident when part of your image appears to be shimmering.)
Use [PHASE] only after the [CLOCK] is complete.
NOTE: The [CLOCK] and [PHASE] items are available for RGB signals only.
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Adjusting Horizontal/Vertical Position [HORIZONTAL/VERTICAL]
Adjusts the image location horizontally and vertically.
• An image can be distorted during the adjustment of [CLOCK] and [PHASE]. This is not malfunction.
• The adjustments for [CLOCK], [PHASE], [HORIZONTAL], and [VERTICAL] will be stored in memory for the current signal. The next time you project the signal with the same resolution, horizontal and vertical frequency, its
adjustments will be called up and applied.
To delete adjustments stored in memory, from the menu, you select [SETUP] → [RESET] → [CURRENT SIGNAL]
and reset the adjustments.
[BLANKING]
Adjusts the display range (blanking) at the top, bottom, left and right edges of the input signal.
Selecting Overscan Percentage [OVERSCAN]
Select overscan percentage (Auto, 0%, 5% and 10%) for signal.
Projected image
Overscaned by 10%
NOTE:
• The [OVERSCAN] item is not available:
- when [NATIVE] is selected for [ASPECT RATIO].
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Selecting the Aspect Ratio [ASPECT RATIO]
Use this function to select the screen’s lateral:longitudinal aspect ratio.
The projector automatically identifies the signal being input and sets the optimum aspect ratio.
For Computer signal
For HDTV/SDTV signals
When the screen type is set to 4:3
VGA
SVGA
XGA
WXGA
WXGA
HD(FWXGA)
WXGA+
SXGA
SXGA+
WXGA++
UXGA
WSXGA+
FHD(1080P)
WUXGA
WQXGA
Quad HD
Quad HD
When the screen type is set to 16:9 or 16:10
Resolution
640 × 480
800 × 600
1024 × 768
1280 × 768
1280 × 800
1366 × 768
1440 × 900
1280 × 1024
1400 × 1050
1600 × 900
1600 × 1200
1680 × 1050
1920 × 1080
1920 × 1200
2560 × 1600
3840 × 2160
4096 × 2160
Aspect Ratio
4:3
4:3
4:3
15:9
16:10
approx. 16:9
16:10
5:4
4:3
16:9
4:3
16:10
16:9
16:10
16:10
16:9
19:7
Options
Function
AUTO
The projector will automatically determine the incoming signal and display it in its aspect ratio.
The projector may erroneously determine the aspect ratio depending on its signal. If this occurs, select
the appropriate aspect ratio from the following.
NORMAL
The image is displayed in its original aspect ratio of its input signal..
4:3
The image is displayed in 4:3 aspect ratio.
5:4
The image is displayed in 5:4 aspect ratio
16:9
The image is displayed in 16:9 aspect ratio
15:9
The image is displayed in 15:9 aspect ratio
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Options
Function
16:10
The image is displayed in 16:10 aspect ratio
NATIVE
The projector displays the current image in its true resolution when the incoming computer signal has a
lower or higher resolution than the projector’s native resolution. (→ page 2)
When the incoming computer signal has a higher resolution than the projector's native resolution, the
center of an image will be displayed.
LETTER BOX
The image of a letterbox signal (16:9) is stretched equally in the horizontal and vertical directions to fit the
screen.
WIDE SCREEN
The image of a squeeze signal(16:9) is stretched left and right in 16:9.
ZOOM
The image of a squeeze signal (16:9) is stretched left and right in 4:3.
Parts of the displayed image are cropped at the left and right edges and therefore not visible.
FULL
Project to full screen size.
TIP:
• Image position can be adjusted vertically using [POSITION] when the [16:9], [15:9], or [16:10] aspect ratios are selected.
• The term “letterbox” refers to a more landscape-oriented image when compared to a 4:3 image, which is the standard aspect
ratio for a vide source.
The letterbox signal has aspect ratios with the vista size “1.85:1” or cinema scope size “2.35:1” for movie film.
• The term “squeeze” refers to the compressed image of which aspect ratio is converted from 16:9 to 4:3.
[INPUT RESOLUTION]
The resolution is assigned automatically when the resolution of the input signal from the computer video input terminal
(analog RGB) cannot be distinguished.
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[VIDEO]
Using Noise Reduction [NOISE REDUCTION]
When projecting a video image, you can use the [NOISE REDUCTION] function to reduce the screen noise (roughness
and distortion). This device is equipped with three types of noise reduction functions. Select the function according to
the type of noise. Depending on the noise level, the noise reduction effect can be set to [OFF], [LOW], [MEDIUM] or
[HIGH]. [NOISE REDUCTION] can be selected for SDTV, HDTV signal and component signal input.
RANDOM NR��������� Reduces flickering random noise in an image.
MOSQUITO NR������ Reduces mosquito noise that appears around the edges of an image during Blu-ray playback.
BLOCK NR������������� Reduces block noise or mosaic-like patterns by selecting ON.
Selecting Interlaced Progressive Conversion Process Mode [DEINTERLACE]
This function allows you to select an interlaced-to-progressive conversion process for video signals.
NORMAL���������������� Automatically distinguishes a moving image from a static image to create a distinct image. Please select
[MOVIE] if there are any obvious jitter and noises.
MOVIE������������������� Select when projecting moving images. This is suitable for signals with a lot of jitter and noise.
STILL��������������������� Select when projecting static images. The video will flicker when a moving image is projected.
[CONTRAST ENHANCEMENT]
Using the characteristics of the human eye, a picture quality with a sense of contrast and resolution is achieved.
OFF������������������������ Suite vision is switched off.
AUTO��������������������� Contrast and picture quality are automatically improved using the suite vision function.
NORMAL���������������� Adjust the gain manually.
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[SIGNAL TYPE]
Selection of RGB and component signals. Normally, this is set to [AUTO]. Please change the setting if the color of
the image remains unnatural.
AUTO��������������������� Automatically distinguishes RGB and component signals.
RGB����������������������� Switches to the RGB input.
REC601������������������ Switches to the component signal conforming to the ITU-R Rec601 standard.
Setting appropriate to SDTV images.
REC709������������������ Switches to the component signal conforming to the ITU-R Rec709 standard.
Setting appropriate to Hi-Vision images.
REC2020���������������� Switches to the component signal conforming to the ITU-R Rec2020 standard.
Setting appropriate to 4K images.
[VIDEO LEVEL]
Selection of the video signal level when connecting an external device to the HDMI 1 IN terminal, HDMI 2 IN terminal,
DisplayPort input terminal, and HDBaseT input terminal of the projector.
AUTO��������������������� The video level is switched automatically based on the information from the device outputting the signal.
Depending on the connected device, this setting may not be made properly. In this case, switch to [NORMAL”
or “ENHANCED” from the menu and view with the optimum setting.
NORMAL���������������� This disables the enhanced mode.
ENHANCED������������ This improves the image’s contrast, expressing the dark and light sections more dynamically.
SUPER WHITE������� The video contrast is improved and the dark areas appear more dynamic.
[HDR MODE]
AUTO��������������������� Automatically distinguishes HDR signal.
OFF������������������������ Projects the image based on the input signal
ON������������������������� Projects the image conforming to the HDR signal
Note: These options are available exclusively for 4K signal.
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[3D SETTINGS]
Please refer to “3-9 Projecting 3D videos” (→ page 46) for the operation.
STEREO VIEWER
Stack up a single or multiple projectors and carry out the settings for projecting 3D videos. Select the left / right settings of the 3D eyewear using the stereo viewer.
SINGLE������������������ Use a single projector to project 3D videos.
DUAL LEFT������������ Use a dedicated projector for displaying videos on the left.
DUAL RIGHT���������� Use a dedicated projector for displaying videos on the right.
STEREO FILTER
Stack up a single or multiple projectors and carry out the settings for projecting 3D videos. Image setting for 3D
glasses made by Infitec.
SINGLE������������������ Use a single projector to project 3D videos.
DUAL LEFT������������ Use a dedicated projector for displaying videos on the left.
DUAL RIGHT���������� Use a dedicated projector for displaying videos on the right.
FORMAT
Select the 3D video format (recording / transmission format). Select to match the 3D broadcast and 3D media. Normally, [AUTO] is selected. Please select the 3D input signal format when the 3D detection signal of the format cannot
be distinguished.
L/R INVERT
Invert the display order of the left and right videos.
Select [ON] if you feel uncomfortable with the 3D display when [OFF] is selected.
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Using the Lens Memory Function [LENS MEMORY]
This function serves to store the adjusted values for each input signal when using the LENS SHIFT, ZOOM and FOCUS buttons of the projector. Adjusted values can be applied to the signal you selected. This will eliminate the need
to adjust lens shift, focus, and zoom at the time of source selection.
STORE������������������� Stores the current adjusted values in memory for each input signal.
MOVE�������������������� Applies the adjusted values to the current signal.
RESET�������������������� Returns the adjusted values to the last condition.
• The lens units NP11FL, NP12ZL, NP13ZL, NP14ZL, and NP30ZL do not support this function.
NOTE:
• Lens memory adjustments will be automatically registered the ENTRY LIST. These lens memory adjustments can be loaded from
the ENTRY LIST. (→ page 85)
Note that performing [CUT] or [ALL DELETE] in the ENTRY LIST will delete lens memory adjustments as well as source adjustments. This deletion will not take effect until other adjustments is loaded.
• For storing each adjustment of lens shift, motorized zoom and motorized focus as common value for all input signal, store them
as reference lens memory.
To store your adjusted values in [LENS MEMORY]:
1. Project the connected device signal you want to adjust.
2. Adjust the projecting image of position, size and focus by the LENS SHIFT/HOME POSITION, ZOOM +/−, and
FOCUS +/− buttons.
• Adjustment can be performed by the remote control. Please refer to “Adjusting the Picture Size and Position”
on page 21.
• Slight adjustment by moving the projector position and by the tilt foot is not subject of [LENS MEMORY].
3. Move the cursor on [STORE] and press ENTER.
4. Move the cursor on [YES] and press ENTER.
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To call up the adjusted values from [LENS MEMORY]:
1. From the menu, select [ADJUST] → [LENS MEMORY] → [MOVE] and press the ENTER button.
The confirmation screen will be displayed.
2. Press the ◀ button to select and [YES] and press the ENTER button.
During projection, if the adjusted values for an input signal have been saved, the lens will shift. If not, the lens will
shift according to the adjusted values stored in the selected [REF. LENS MEMORY] [PROFILE] number.
To automatically apply the adjusted values at the time of source selection:
1. From the menu, select [SETUP] → [INSTALLATION] → [REF. LENS MEMORY] → [LOAD BY SIGNAL] and
press the ENTER button.
2. Press the ▼ button to select and [ON] and press the ENTER button.
This will move the lens automatically to the position at the time of source selection according to the adjusted
values.
NOTE:
• The Lens Memory function may not produce a completely aligned image (due to tolerances in the lenses) using the adjusted
values stored in the projector. After calling up and applying the adjusted values from the Lens Memory function, finely adjust the
lens shift, zoom and focus to produce the best possible image.
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❻ Menu Descriptions & Functions [DISPLAY]
[PIP/PICTURE BY PICTURE]
SUB INPUT
Select the input signal to be displayed in the sub-display.
Please refer to “4-2 Displaying Two Pictures at the Same Time” (→ page 66) for details on the operation.
MODE
Select either PIP (PICTURE IN PICTURE) or PICTURE BY PICTURE when switching to 2-screen display.
PICTURE SWAP
The videos in the main display and sub-display will be switched.
Please refer to “4-2 Displaying Two Pictures at the Same Time” (→ page 68) for details.
PIP SETTING
Select the display position, position adjustment and size of the sub-display in the PIP screen.
START POSITION��� Selection of the display position of the sub-display when switching to the PIP screen.
HORIZONTAL POSITION
������������������������������ Adjust the display position of the sub-display in the horizontal direction. The respective corners will serve
as reference points.
VERTICAL POSITION
������������������������������ Adjust the display position of the sub-display in the vertical direction. The respective corners will serve as
reference points.
SIZE����������������������� Select the display size of the sub-display.
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TIP:
The horizontal position and vertical position are the amount of movement from the reference points. For example, when TOP-LEFT
is adjusted, the position is displayed with the same amount of movement even if displayed with other starting positions.
The maximum amount of movement is half the resolution of the projector.
Reference point
Adjust using the horizontal position
Reference point
Adjust using the vertical position
TOP-LEFT
TOP-RIGHT
BOTTOM-LEFT
BOTTOM-RIGHT
Sub-display
Main display
Reference point
Reference point
BORDER
Select the display boundary of the main display and sub-display of the [PICTURE BY PICTURE] screen.
Main display
Sub-display
Main display
Sub-display
Display boundary
TIP:
• For WUXGA type, six steps can be selected.
• For WXGA type/XGA type, three steps can be selected.
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[GEOMETRIC CORRECTION]
MODE
Set pattern for correcting distortion. If [OFF] is selected, the [GEOMETRIC CORRECTION] becomes ineffective.
If you need to change either the [MENU ANGLE] or [MENU POSITION], make sure to change these before performing
the [GEOMETRIC CORRECTION]. If either of them is changed after performing the [GEOMETRIC CORRECTION],
corrected values will be reset to the default values.
KEYSTONE
Correct distortion in horizontal and vertical directions.
HORIZONTAL��������� Adjustments when projecting from a diagonal direction to the
screen.
VERTICAL�������������� Adjustments when projecting from the top or bottom direction to
the screen.
TILT����������������������� Adjusts the distortion when performing trapezoidal correction with the screen moved in the vertical direction
using the lens shift.
THROW RATIO������� Adjusts according to the projection ratio of the optional lens used.
Model name of lens
unit
NP11FL
NP30ZL
NP12ZL
NP13ZL
NP14ZL
NP40ZL
NP41ZL
NP42ZL
Adjustment range
8
8–10
12–15
15–30
29–47
8-11
13-30
30-60
* The values for NP40ZL and NP42ZL are tentative.
NOTE:
• When power is supplied to the device, the adjustment value of the [KEYSTONE] used previously is retained even if the gradient
of the device is changed.
• As electrical correction is carried out by [KEYSTONE], the brightness may be reduced or the screen quality may deteriorate
sometimes.
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CORNERSTONE
Display the 4-point correction screen and adjust the trapezoidal distortion of the projection screen.
Please refer to “Correcting Horizontal and Vertical Keystone Distortion [CORNERSTONE]” (→ page 38) for details
on the operation.
HORIZONTAL CORNER/VERTICAL CORNER
Distortion correction for corner projection such as wall surfaces.
HORIZONTAL CORNER
������������������������������ Performs correction for projection onto a wall lying at an angle to the horizontal direction.
* Reverse angle correction is also possible.
VERTICAL CORNER
������������������������������ Performs correction for projection onto a wall lying at an angle to the vertical direction.
* Reverse angle correction is also possible.
NOTE:
• When the maximum adjustment range is exceeded, distortion adjustment is disabled. Set up the projector at an optimal angle as
the deterioration in the image quality increases as the distortion adjustment volume gets larger.
• Please note that the image will go out of focus due to the difference in the distance between the upper and lower or left and right
sides and the center of the screen for projections cutting across corners. Lenses with short focal points are also not recommended
for projections cutting across corners as the image will go out of focus.
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Adjustment method
1. Align the cursor with the [HORIZONTAL CORNER] or [VERTICAL CORNER] of the [GEOMETRIC CORRECTION] menu and then press the ENTER button.
• The adjustment screen will be displayed.
2. Press the ▼▲◀▶ buttons to align the cursor (yellow box) with the target adjustment point and then press
the ENTER button.
• The cursor will change into an adjustment point (yellow in color).
3. Press the ▼▲◀▶ buttons to adjust the corners or sides of the screen and then press the ENTER button.
• The adjustment point will go back to being a cursor (yellow box).
Explanation of screen transition
• The adjustment points of the four corners (a, c, f and h in the drawing) will move independently.
• The following adjustment points differ at the [HORIZONTAL CORNER] and [VERTICAL CORNER].
HORIZONTAL CORNER: When Point b in the drawing is moved, and the upper side and Point g are moved,
the lower side will move in a parallel manner.
VERTICAL CORNER: When Point d in the drawing is moved, and the left side and Point e are moved, the right
side will move in a parallel manner.
[Adjustment points of the [HORIZONTAL CORNER] screen and movement points of the projection screen]
Point b will be displaced in a parallel manner at the same time as Points a, b, c
b
a
d
c
b
a
c
e
e
d
f
g
f
h
g
h
Point g will be displaced in a parallel manner at the same time as Points f, g, h
[Adjustment points of the [VERTICAL CORNER] screen and movement points of the projection screen]
Point d will be displaced in a parallel manner at the same time as Points a, d, f
b
a
d
a
b
c
e
e
h
d
f
g
f
c
h
g
Point e will be displaced in a parallel manner at the same time as Points f, g, h
4. Start from Step 2 onwards to adjust the other points.
5. When the adjustment is completed, press the ▼▲◀▶ buttons to align the cursor with the [EXIT] in the adjustment screen and then press theENTER button.
• Switch to the [GEOMETRIC CORRECTION] menu screen.
TIP:
A commercially available USB mouse is available to perform correction. (→ page 40)
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WARP
Correct projected image distortion on a specific surface as a column or a sphere.
NOTE:
• When the maximum adjustment range is exceeded, distortion adjustment is disabled. Set up the projector at an optimal angle
since the more the adjustment volume gets large, the more image quality gets deterioration.
• Please note that the image will go out of focus due to the difference in the distance between peripheries and the center of the screen
for projections cutting across corners as on a column or a sphere. Lenses with short focal points are also not recommended for
projections cutting across corners as the image will go out of focus.
Adjustment method
1. Align the cursor with the [WARP] of the [GEOMETRIC CORRECTION] menu and the press the ENTER.
• Adjustment screen will be displayed on.
2. Press the ▼▲◀▶ buttons to align the cursor (blue box) with the target adjustment point and then press the
ENTER.
• The cursor will change into an adjustment point (yellow in color).
3. Press the ▼▲◀▶ buttons to adjust the corners or sides of the screen and then press the ENTER.
• The cursor will back to yellow box.
Explanation for correcting distortion
• Eight adjustment points can be moved independently.
• For left and right sides, use ◀/▶ buttons for adjusting the range of distortion, and ▼/▲ buttons for adjusting
the distortion peak.
• For top and bottom sides, use ▼/▲ buttons for adjusting the range of distortion, and ◀/▶ buttons for adjusting
the distortion peak.
• For corners, use ▼▲◀▶ buttons for moving positions.
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f
f
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4. For adjusting other points, repeat Step2 onwards.
5. When the adjustment is completed, move the cursor onto the [EXIT] on the adjustment screen and press
the ENTER.
• The screen will be switched to the [GEOMETRIC CORRECTION] menu.
The adjustment completion screen will be displayed on.
6. Press ◀ or ▶ button to move the cursor onto [OK] then press [ENTER].
• The adjusted values for WARP are stored and the screen display goes back to the [GEOMETRIC CORRECTION].
TIP:
A commercially available USB mouse is available to perform correction. (→ page 40)
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PC TOOL
Recall the geometric correction data that is registered in the projector beforehand.
Three types of correction data can be registered.
NOTE:
• As electrical correction is carried out in geometric correction, the brightness may be affected and the picture quality may be
degraded.
RESET
Reset the adjustment value that has been set up as MODE in GEOMETRIC CORRECTION (return to the initial value).
• This is ineffective when MODE is set OFF.
• Reset can be executed by pressing and holding the Geometeric button on the remote control for over 2 seconds.
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[EDGE BLENDING]
This adjusts the edges (boundaries) of the projection screen when projecting high resolution videos using a combination of several projectors in the up, down, left and right positions.
MODE
This enables or disables the EDGE BLENDING function.
When MODE is set to ON, the TOP, BOTTOM, LEFT, RIGHT, BLACK LEVEL and BLEND CURVE settings can be
adjusted.
TOP/BOTTOM/LEFT/RIGHT
This selects the EDGE BLENDING locations on the left, right, top and bottom on the screen.
The following settings can be adjusted when an item is selected. (→ page 70)
CONTROL�������������� Enable TOP, BOTTOM, LEFT and RIGHT functions.
MARKER���������������� Set whether to display marker or not when adjusting the range and display position. When turned on, a
magenta marker for adjusting the range adjustment and a green marker for adjusting the display position
will be displayed.
RANGE������������������� Adjust the range (width) of the edge blending.
POSITION�������������� Adjust the display position of the edge blending.
BLACK LEVEL
Divide the screen into nine parts and keep the black level uniform for each projector.
The nine divisions screens are TOP-LEFT, TOP-CENTER, TOP-RIGHT, CENTER-LEFT, CENTER, CENTER-RIGHT,
BOTTOM-LEFT, BOTTOM-CENTER and BOTTOM-RIGHT. (→ page 74)
BLEND CURVE
Set brightness for the EDGE BLENDING sections. (→ page 73)
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[MULTI SCREEN]
WHITE BALANCE
This adjusts the white balance for each projector when projecting using a combination of several projectors.
This can be adjusted when [MODE] is set to [ON].
CONTRAST W, CONTRAST R, CONTRAST G, CONTRAST B
������������������������������ Adjusting the white color of the video.
BRIGHTNESS W, BRIGHTNESS R, BRIGHTNESS G, BRIGHTNESS B
������������������������������ Adjusting the black color of the video.
PICTURE SETTING
This sets the division condition when projecting using a combination of several projectors.
Please refer to “4. Multi-Screen Projection” (→ page 62) for details.
MODE
ZOOM
TILING
OFF
Use the projector in a standalone state.
ZOOM
This adjusts the position and width of the video area that you wish to divide. The edge
blending width will also be automatically set to that width.
TILING
This assigns the divided screens to the projectors. The edge blending function will also
be set automatically.
HORIZONTAL
ZOOM
This enlarges the video area in the horizontal direction.
VERTICAL
ZOOM
This enlarges the video area in the vertical direction.
HORIZONTAL
POSITION
This shifts the video area in the horizontal direction.
VERTICAL POSITION
This shifts the video area in the vertical direction.
WIDTH
This selects the number of projectors to be arranged horizontally.
HEIGHT
This selects the number of projectors to be arranged vertically.
HORIZONTAL
POSITION
This selects the position of the projector starting from the left among those arranged
horizontally.
VERTICAL POSITION
This selects the position of the projector starting from the top among those arranged
vertically.
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Conditions for using tiling
• All the projectors need to fulfil the following conditions.
• The panel size must be the same
• The projection screen size must be the same
• The left and right ends or top and bottom ends of the projection screen must be consistent.
• The settings for the left and right edges of the edge blending are the same
• The settings for the top and bottom edges of the edge blending are the same
If the tiling conditions are satisfied, the video screen of the projector at each installation position will be automatically extracted and projected.
If the tiling conditions are not satisfied, adjust the video screen of the projector at each installation position using
the zoom function.
• Assign a unique control ID to each projector.
• Set the “Color setting” and “DeepColor setting” on your Blu-ray player or computer to “Auto”. Refer to the owner's
manual accompanied with your Blu-ray player or computer for more information. Connect an HDMI output signal
of your Blu-ray player or computer to the first projector and then connect to the HTBaseT OUT/Ethernet port on
the first projector to the HDBaseT/ IN Ethernet port on the second projector, same to the sequel projectors..
Tiling setting example) Number of horizontal units = 2, Number of vertical units = 2
Horizontal order = Second unit
Vertical order = First unit
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❼ Menu Descriptions & Functions [SETUP]
[MENU(1)]
Selecting Menu Language [LANGUAGE]
You can choose one of 29 languages for on-screen instructions.
NOTE: Your setting will not be affected even when [RESET] is done from the menu.
Selecting Menu Color [COLOR SELECT]
You can choose between two options for menu color: COLOR and MONOCHROME.
Turning On / Off Source Display [INPUT DISPLAY]
This option turns on or off input name display such as HDMI1, HDMI2, DisplayPort, BNC, BNC(CV), BNC(Y/C),
COMPUTER, HDBaseT to be displayed on the top right of the screen.
Turning messages on and off [MESSAGE DISPLAY]
This option selects whether or not to display projector messages at the bottom of the projected image.
Even when “OFF” is selected, the security lock warning is displayed. The security lock warning turns off when the
security lock is canceled.
Turning ON/OFF Control ID [ID DISPLAY]
ID DISPLAY����������� This option turns on or off the ID number which is displayed when the ID SET button on the remote control
is pressed. (→ page 123)
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Turning On / Off Eco Message [ECO MESSAGE]
This option turns on or off the following messages when the projector is turned on.
The Eco Message prompts the user to save energy. When [OFF] is selected for [ECO MODE], you will get a message
to prompt you to select [ON] for [ECO MODE].
When [ON] is selected for [ECO MODE]
To close the message, press any one of the buttons. The message will disappear if no button operation is done for
30 seconds.
When [OFF] is selected for [ECO MODE]
Pressing the ENTER button will display the [ECO MODE] screen. (→ page 36)
To close the message, press the EXIT button.
[3D CAUTION MESSAGE]
This selects whether to display a caution message or not when switching to a 3D video.
The default condition when shipped from the factory is ON.
OFF������������������������ The 3D caution message screen will not be displayed.
ON������������������������� The 3D caution message screen will be displayed when switching to a 3D video. Press the ENTER button
to cancel the message.
• The message will disappear automatically after 60 seconds or when other buttons are pressed. If it disappears automatically, the 3D caution message will be displayed again when switching to a 3D video.
Selecting Menu Display Time [DISPLAY TIME]
This option allows you to select how long the projector waits after the last touch of a button to turn off the menu. The
preset choices are [MANUAL], [AUTO 5 SEC], [AUTO 15 SEC], and [AUTO 45 SEC]. The [AUTO 45 SEC] is the
factory preset.
Selecting Interval Time for Filter Message [FILTER MESSAGE]
This option allows you to select the time preference between displaying the message for cleaning the filters. Clean
the filter when you get the message “PLEASE CLEAN FILTER.” (→ page 153)
Five options are available: OFF, 100[H], 500[H], 2000[H], 4000[H], 5000[H], 6000[H], 7000[H], 10000[H]
The default setting is [OFF].
NOTE: Your setting will not be affected even when [RESET] is done from the menu.
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[MENU(2)]
[MENU ANGLE]
Select the direction for displaying the menu.
[MENU POSITION]
Shift the menu displaying position.
HORISONTAL POSITION�����Shift the menu in the horizontal directions.
VERTICAL POSITION����������Shift the menu in the vertical directions.
RESET���������������������������������Reset the menu displaying position to the default factory setting (the screen center).
TIP
• Once the projector is powered off, the menu displaying position will reset to the default factory setting.
• Input terminal and message displaying position are not influenced by the [MENU POSITION].
• It enables to move the menu by mouse click when a commercially available USB mouse is connected.
• It enables to move the menu position by the ▼▲◀ and ▶ buttons holding to press the CTL button on the remote control or
mouse click.
• While the MENU POSITION of the on-screen menu is displayed on and the menu is moved by the ▼▲◀ and ▶ buttons holding
to press the CTL button on the remote control, the indication of adjusted value on the menu will not be changed. In this case,
close the MENU POSITION menu once and display it again for indicating the adjusted value properly.
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[INSTALLATION]
Selecting Projector Orientation [ORIENTATION]
This reorients your image for your type of projection. The options are: desktop front projection, ceiling rear projection,
desktop rear projection, and ceiling front projection.
NOTE:
• Please consult the retail store if you require special installation services e.g. when mounting the projector to a ceiling. Never install
the projector on your own. This may result in the projector falling down and causing injury to people.
• When using the projector suspended from a ceiling, ensure that people do not stay below the projector. In the event the lamp
were to break, there is a risk that glass fragments may fall from the projector.
AUTO��������������������� This automatically detects and projects the DESKTOP FRONT and CEILING FRONT.
NOTE:
• The DESKTOP REAR and CEILING REAR will not be detected. Please select manually.
DESKTOP FRONT
CEILING REAR
DESKTOP REAR
CEILING FRONT
TIP:
• Check whether the automatic DESKTOP FRONT is installed within ± 10 degrees for floor installation and whether the CEILING
FRONT is within ±10 degrees for ceiling installation. Select manually when the projection screen is inverted.
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Selecting Aspect Ratio and Position for Screen [SCREEN]
[SCREEN TYPE]
Sets the aspect ratio of the projection screen.
FREE���������������������� The ratio of the liquid crystal panel is selected. Select this when projecting multi-screen and 17:9 screen
(2K).
4:3 SCREEN����������� For a screen with a 4:3 aspect ratio
16:9 SCREEN��������� For a screen with a 16:9 aspect ratio
16:10 SCREEN������� For a screen with a 16:10 aspect ratio
NOTE:
• After changing the screen type, check the setting of [ASPECT RATIO] in the menu. (→ page 94)
[POSITION]
Adjust the screen position. Depending on the model you use and the screen type, the function may become ineffective and the adjustable range may vary.
Using the Wall Color Correction [WALL COLOR]
This function allows for quick adaptive color correction in applications where the screen material is not white.
NOTE: Selecting [WHITEBOARD] reduces lamp brightness.
Selecting Fan Mode [FAN MODE]
Fan Mode is used to set the speed of the internal cooling fan.
MODE�������������������� Select one among four modes: AUTO, NORMAL, HIGH, and HIGH ALTITUDE.
AUTO: The built-in fans automatically run at variable speed according to the detected temperature and
atmospheric pressure by the built-in sensor.
NORMAL: The built-in fans run at the appropriate speed based on the detection by the built-in temperature
sensor.
HIGH: The built-in fans run at high speed
HIGH ALTITUDE: The built-in fans run at high speed. Select this option when using the projector at altitudes
approximately 5500 feet/1700 meters or higher.
NOTE:
• Make sure the speed is set to [HIGH] when you are using this device continuously for several days.
• Set [FAN MODE] to [AUTO] or [HIGH ALTITUDE] when using the projector at altitudes approximately 5500 feet/1700 meters or
higher.
• Using the projector at altitudes approximately 5500 feet/1700 meters or higher without setting to [AUTO] or [HIGH ALTITUDE]
can cause the projector to overheat and the protector could shut down. If this happens, wait a couple minutes and turn on the
projector.
• Using the projector at altitudes less than approximately 5500 feet/1700 meters and setting to [HIGH ALTITUDE] can cause the
lamp to overcool, causing the image to flicker. Switch [FAN MODE] to [AUTO].
• Using the projector at altitudes approximately 5500 feet/1700 meters or higher can shorten the life of optical components such
as the lamp.
• Your setting will not be affected even when [RESET] is done from the menu.
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TIP:
• When [HIGH ALTITUDE] is selected for [FAN MODE], a symbol icon
will be displayed at the bottom of the menu.
[LIGHT MODE]
When eco-mode is set to [ON], the CO2 emissions (calculated from the reduction in power consumption) of the projector can be reduced. The eco-mode reduces power consumption by mainly lowering the brightness of the lamp. As a
result, the lamp replacement time (as a guide)* is extended. (→ page 37, 136)
* Replacement time not guaranteed.
REF. LIGHT������������ This can be set when the eco-mode is set to [OFF]. Adjust the lamp to match the brightness of each projector
when projecting a multi-screen display using multiple projectors.
ECO MODE
REF. LIGHT
OFF
The lamp luminance (brightness) will become 100% and the screen will turn bright.
The luminance of the lamp can be set using the lamp adjustment.
ON
The lamp luminance (brightness) will become approximately 80% and the lamp replacement time
(estimated)* will be extended.
* The replacement time is not guaranteed.
When the [MODE] for the [PICTURE] in the [ADJUST] is [STANDARD], and the [ECO MODE] is
set to [OFF], [REF. LIGHT] is enabled.
Adjust the lamp to match the brightness of each projector when projecting a multi-screen display
using multiple projectors.
[REF. WHITE BALANCE]
This feature allows you to adjust the white balance for all signals.
The white and black levels of the signal are adjusted for optimum color reproduction.
Uniformity is also adjusted when the redness (R) and blueness (B) of the white color in the screen’s horizontal (left/
right) direction are uneven.
CONTRAST R/CONTRAST G/CONTRAST B
������������������������������ These adjust the picture’s white color.
BRIGHTNESS R/BRIGHTNESS G/BRIGHTNESS B
������������������������������ These adjust the picture’s black color.
UNIFORMITY R������ The further this is set to the + side, the stronger the redness on the left side of the picture (increasing
towards the left edge) and the weaker the redness on the right side of the picture (decreasing towards the
right edge).
This is reversed when set to the – side.
UNIFORMITY B������ The further this is set to the + side, the stronger the blueness on the left side of the picture (increasing
towards the left edge) and the weaker the blueness on the right side of the picture (decreasing towards the
right edge).
This is reversed when set to the – side.
[STATIC CONVERGENCE]
This features allows you to adjust for color deviation in the picture.
This can be adjusted in units of ± 1 pixel in the horizontal direction for HORIZONTAL R, G and B, in the vertical direction for VERTICAL R, G and B.
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Using the Reference Lens Memory Function [REF. LENS MEMORY]
This function serves to store the adjusted values common to all input sources when using the LENS SHIFT, ZOOM
and FOCUS buttons of the projector or the remote control. The adjusted values stored in memory can be used as a
reference to the current.
PROFILE���������������� Select a stored [PROFILE] number.
STORE������������������� Stores the current adjusted values in memory as a reference.
MOVE�������������������� Applies the adjusted reference values stored in [STORE] to the current signal.
RESET�������������������� Reset selected [PROFILE] number [REF. LENS MEMORY] to the factory default settings.
LOAD BY SIGNAL�� When you switch signals the lens will shift to the lens shift, zoom, and focus values for the selected [PROFILE] number.
If no adjusted values have been saved to [LENS MEMORY], the lens will apply [REF. LENS MEMORY]
adjusted values. Alternatively, if no adjusted values have been saved to [REF. LENS MEMORY], the unit will
return to factory default settings.
FORCED MUTE������ To turn off the image during lens shift, select [YES].
• The lens units NP11FL, NP12ZL, NP13ZL, NP14ZL, and NP30ZL do not support this function.
NOTE:
• Adjusted values in [REF.LENS MEMORY] will not be returned to default when performing [CURRENT SIGNAL] or [ALL DATA] for
[RESET] from the menu.
• To store adjusted values for each input source, use the Lens Memory function. (→ page 56, 99)
[LENS CALIBRATION]
The adjustment range of the zoom, focus, and shift of the mounted lens is calibrated.
Be sure to carry out [LENS CALIBRATION] after replacing the lens.
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[CONTROL]
TOOLS
ADMINISTRATOR MODE
This allows you to select MENU MODE, save settings, and set a password for the administrator mode.
MENU MODE
Select either [BASIC] or [ADVANCED] menu.
(→ page 78)
—
NOT SAVE SETTING
VALUES
Placing a check mark will not save your projector settings.
Clear this check box to save your projector settings.
—
NEW PASSWORD/
CONFIRM PASSWORD
Assign a password for the administrator mode.
Up to 10 alphanumeric
characters
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PROGRAM TIMER
This option turns on/standby the projector and changes video signals, and selects LIGHT mode automatically at a
specified time.
NOTE:
• Before using [PROGRAM TIMER], make sure that the [DATE AND TIME] feature is set. (→ page 122)
Make sure that the projector is in the standby condition with the POWER cord connected.
The projector has a built-in clock. The clock will keep working for about two weeks after the main power is turned off. If the main
power is not supplied to the projector for two weeks or more, it requires to set [DATE AND TIME SETTINGS] feature again.
Setting a new program timer
1. On the PROGRAM TIMER screen, use the ▲ or ▼ button to select [SETTINGS] and press the ENTER button.
The [PROGRAM LIST] screen will be displayed.
2. Select a blank program number and press the ENTER button.
The [
(EDIT)] screen will be displayed.
3. Make settings for each item as required.
ACTIVE������������������ Place a check mark to enable the program.
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DAY������������������������ Select days of the week for the program timer. To execute the program from Monday to Friday, select [MONFRI]. To execute the program in everyday basis, select [EVERYDAY].
TIME���������������������� Set the time to execute the program. Enter time in 24-hour format.
FUNCTION������������� Select a function to be executed. Selecting [POWER] will allow you to turn on or off the projector by setting
[ADVANCED SETTINGS]. Selecting [INPUT] will allow you to select a video source by setting [ADVANCED
SETTINGS]. Selecting [ECO MODE] will allow you to select ON or OFF for [ECO MODE] by setting [ADVANCED
SETTINGS].
ADVANCED SETTINGS
������������������������������ Select power on/off, a type of video source, or ECO MODE for the selected item in [FUNCTION].
REPEAT������������������ Place a check mark to repeat the program continuing basis. To use the program this week only, clear the
check mark.
4. Select [OK] and press the ENTER button.
This will complete the settings.
You will be returned to the [PROGRAM LIST] screen.
5. Select [
(BACK)] and press the ENTER button.
You will be returned to the [PROGRAM TIMER] screen.
6. Select [EXIT] and press the ENTER button.
You will be returned to the [TOOLS] screen.
NOTE:
• Up to 30 different timer settings can be programmed.
• The Program Timer is executed on a set time basis, not in a program basis.
• Once the program not marked with a check in [REPEAT] has been executed, the check mark in the [ACTIVE] check box will be
cleared automatically and the program will be disabled.
• When the on-time and the off-time set for the same time, the off-time setting will take preference.
• When two different sources are set for the same time, the larger program number will take preference.
• The on-time setting will not be executed while the cooling fans are running or an error is occurring.
• If the off-time setting is expired under the condition in which the power off is not possible, the off-timer setting will not be executed
until the power off becomes possible.
• Programs not marked with a check mark in [ACTIVE] of the [EDIT] screen will not be executed even if the Program Timer is
enabled.
• When the projector is turned on by using the program timer and if you want to turn off the projector, set the off-time or do it
manually so as not to leave the projector on for a long period of time.
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Activating the program timer
1. Select [ENABLE] on the [PROGRAM TIMER] screen and press the ENTER button.
The selection screen will be displayed.
2. Press the ▼ button to align the cursor with [ON] and then press the ENTER button.
Return to the [PROGRAM TIMER] screen.
NOTE:
• When the effective settings of the [PROGRAM TIMER] have not been set to [ON], the program will not be executed even if the
[ACTIVE] items in the program list have been ticked.
• Even when the effective settings of the [PROGRAM TIMER] are set to [ON], the [PROGRAM TIMER] will not work until the [PROGRAM TIMER] screen is closed.
Editing the programmed settings
1. On the [PROGRAM LIST] screen, select a program you want to edit and press the ENTER button.
2. Change the settings on the [EDIT] screen.
3. Select [OK] and press the ENTER button.
The programmed settings will be changed.
You will be returned to the [PROGRAM LIST] screen.
Changing the order of programs
1. On the [PROGRAM LIST] screen, select a program whose order you want to change and press the ▶ button.
2. Press the ▼ button to select ▲ or ▼.
3. Press the ENTER button a few times to select a row to which you wish to move the program.
The order of the programs will be changed.
Deleting the programs
1. On the [PROGRAM LIST] screen, select a program number you want to delete and press the ▶ button.
2. Press the ▼ button to select [
(DELETE)].
3. Press the ENTER button.
The confirmation screen will be displayed.
4. Select [YES] and press the ENTER button.
The program will be deleted.
This will complete deleting the program.
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DATE AND TIME SETTINGS
You can set the current time, month, date, and year.
NOTE: The projector has a built-in clock. The clock will keep working for about 2 weeks after the main power is turned off. If the
main power is off for 2 weeks or more, the built-in clock will cease. If the built-in clock ceases, set the date and time again. The
built-in clock will not cease while in the standby mode.
TIME ZONE SETTINGS�������������� Select your time zone.
DATE AND TIME SETTINGS������ Set your current date (MM/DD/YYYY) and time (HH:MM).
INTERNET TIME SERVER: If you place a check mark, the projector’s built-in clock will be synchronized with an Internet time server in every 24 hours and at the time of projector’s startup.
UPDATE: Synchronizes the projector’s built-in clock immediately. The UPDATE button is not
available unless the INTERNET TIME SERVER check box is turned on.
SUMMER TIME SETTINGS������� If you place a check mark, the clock for daylight saving will be enabled.
[MOUSE]
This function is for using a commercially available USB mouse via the USB-A port on this projector.
BUTTON����������������� Select for using the mouse either by right or left hand.
SENSITIVITY���������� Select the sensitivity of mouse among FAST, MIDDLE and LOW.
NOTE: This setting is not guaranteed motion of all commercially available USB mouses.
Disabling the Cabinet Buttons [CONTROL PANEL LOCK]
This option turns on or off the CONTROL PANEL LOCK function.
NOTE:
• How to cancel the [CONTROL PANEL LOCK]
When the [CONTROL PANEL LOCK] is set to [ON], press the INPUT button on the main body for about 10 seconds to cancel the
[CONTROL PANEL LOCK] setting.
TIP:
• When the [CONTROL PANEL LOCK] is turned on, a key lock icon [
] will be displayed at the bottom right of the menu.
• This CONTROL PANEL LOCK does not affect the remote control functions.
Enabling Security [SECURITY]
This feature turns on or off the SECURITY function.
Unless the correct keyword is entered, the projector cannot project an image. (→ page 43)
NOTE: Your setting will not be affected even when [RESET] is done from the menu.
Selecting Communication Speed [COMMUNICATION SPEED]
This feature sets the communication speed for the PC Control port (D-Sub 9P). Make sure to set the appropriate
speed for the device to connect.
NOTE:
• Your selected communication speed will not be affected even when [RESET] is done from the menu.
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Setting ID to the Projector [CONTROL ID]
You can operate multiple projectors separately and independently with the single remote control that has the CONTROL
ID function. If you assign the same ID to all the projectors, you can conveniently operate all the projectors together
using the single remote control. To do so, you have to assign an ID number to each projector.
CONTROL ID NUMBER�������Select a number from 1 to 254 you wish to assign to your projector.
CONTROL ID�����������������������Select [OFF] to turn off the CONTROL ID setting and select [ON] to turn on the CONTROL ID setting.
NOTE:
• When [ON] is selected for [CONTROL ID], the projector cannot be operated by using the remote control that does not support
the CONTROL ID function. (In this case the buttons on the projector cabinet can be used.)
• Your setting will not be affected even when [RESET] is done from the menu.
• Pressing and holding the ENTER button on the projector cabinet for 10 seconds will display the menu for canceling the Control
ID.
Assigning or Changing the Control ID
1. Turn on the projector.
2. Press the ID SET button on the remote control.
The CONTROL ID screen will be displayed.
If the projector can be operated with the current remote control ID, the [ACTIVE] will be displayed. If the projector cannot be operated with the current
remote control ID, the [INACTIVE] will be displayed. To operate the inactive
projector, assign the control ID used for the projector by using the following
procedure (Step 3).
3. Press one of numeric keypad buttons while pressing and holding the ID
SET button on the remote control.
Example:
To assign “3”, press the “3” button on the remote control.
No ID means that all the projectors can be operated together with a single
remote control. To set “No ID”, enter “000” or press the CLEAR button.
TIP: The range of IDs is from 1 to 254.
4. Release the ID SET button.
The updated CONTROL ID screen will be displayed.
NOTE:
• The IDs can be cleared in a few days after the batteries are run down or removed.
• Accidentally pressing any one of the buttons of the remote control will clear currently
specified ID with batteries removed.
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Turning On or Off Remote Sensor [REMOTE SENSOR]
This option determines which remote sensor on the projector is enabled in wireless mode.
The options are: FRONT/BACK, FRONT, BACK, and HDBaseT*.
NOTE:
• The remote control of the projector will not be able to receive signals if the power supply of the HDBaseT transmission device
connected to the projector is switched on when this has been set to “HDBaseT”.
TIP:
• If the remote control system does not function when direct sunlight or strong illumination strikes the remote control sensor of
the projector, change to other option.
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[NETWORK SETTINGS]
Important:
• Consult with your network administrator about these settings.
• When using a wired LAN, connect the Ethernet cable (LAN cable) to the LAN port on the projector. (→ page 152)
• Please use a shielded twisted pair (STP) cable of Category 5e or higher for the LAN cable (sold commercially).
TIP: The network settings you make will not be affected even when [RESET] is done from the menu.
Hints on How to Set Up LAN Connection
To set up the projector for a LAN connection:
Select [WIRED LAN] → [PROFILES] → [PROFILE 1] or [PROFILE 2].
Two settings can be set for wired LAN.
Next turn on or off for [DHCP], [IP ADDRESS], [SUBNET MASK], and [GATEWAY] and select [OK] and press the
ENTER button. (→ page 126)
To recall LAN settings stored in the profile number:
Select [PROFILE 1] or [PROFILE 2] for wired LAN, and then select [OK] and press the ENTER button. (→ page 126)
To connect a DHCP server:
Turn on [DHCP] for wired LAN. Select [ON] and press the ENTER button. To specify IP address without using the
DHCP server, turn off [DHCP]. (→ page 126)
To receive lamp replacement time or error messages via e-mail:
Select [ALERT MAIL], and set [SENDER'S ADDRESS], [SMTP SERVER NAME], and [RECIPIENT'S ADDRESS].
Last, select [OK] and press the ENTER button. (→ page 128)
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WIRED LAN
INTERFACE
Select [LAN] for using the LAN port for connecting to the wired —
LAN. Select [HDBaseT] for using the HDBaseT IN/Ethernet port
for connecting to the wired LAN. The control from the connected
device will be disabled if no signal is sent and received for three
minutes if the projector is connected to wired LAN thru the HDBaseT IN/Ethernet. For refusing this, set the standby mode to
[SLEEP] in advance.
PROFILES
• The settings for the wired LAN can be recorded in the projector —
memory in two ways.
• Select [PROFILE 1] or [PROFILE 2] and then do settings for
[DHCP] and the other options.
After doing this, select [OK] and press the ENTER button. This
will store your settings in memory.
• To recall the settings from memory:
After selecting [PROFILE 1] or [PROFILE 2] from the [PROFILES] list.
Select [OK] and press the ENTER button.
• Select [DISABLE] when not connecting to a wired LAN
DHCP
Place a check mark to automatically assign an IP address to the —
projector from your DHCP server.
Clear this check box to register the IP address or subnet mask
number obtained from your network administrator.
IP ADDRESS
Set your IP address of the network connected to the projector Up to 12 numeric
when [DHCP] is turned off.
characters
SUBNET MASK
Set your subnet mask number of the network connected to the Up to 12 numeric
projector when [DHCP] is turned off.
characters
GATEWAY
Set the default gateway of the network connected to the projector Up to 12 numeric
when [DHCP] is turned off.
characters
AUTO DNS
Place a check mark to automatically assign the IP address of your Up to 12 numeric
DNS server connected to the projector from your DHCP server. characters
Clear this check box to set the IP address of your DNS server
connected to the projector.
DNS CONFIGURATION
Set the IP address of your DNS server on the network connected Up to 12 numeric
to the projector when [AUTO DNS] is cleared.
characters
RECONNECT
Retry to connect the projector to a network. Try this if you have —
changed [PROFILES].
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PROJECTOR NAME
PROJECTOR NAME
Set a unique projector name.
Up to 16 alphanumeric characters and
symbols
DOMAIN
Set a host name and domain name of the projector.
HOST NAME
Set a host name of the projector.
Up to 16 alphanumeric
characters
DOMAIN NAME
Set a domain name of the projector.
Up to 60 alphanumeric
characters
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ALERT MAIL
ALERT MAIL
This option will notify your computer of lamp replace time or error —
messages via e-mail when using wireless or wired LAN.
Placing a checkmark will turn on the Alert Mail feature.
Clearing a checkmark will turn off the Alert Mail feature.
Sample of a message to be sent from the projector:
The lamp has reached the end of its usable life.
Please replace the lamp.
Use the specified lamp for safety and performance.
[Information]
Projector Name : xxxxx
Lamp Hours Used : xxxxx[H]
HOST NAME
Type in a host name.
Up to 16 alphanumeric
characters
DOMAIN NAME
Type in a domain name of the network connected to the projector. Up to 60 alphanumeric
characters
SENDER'S ADDRESS
Specify the sender’s address.
SMTP SERVER
NAME
Type in the SMTP server name to be connected to the projector. Up to 60 alphanumeric
characters
RECIPIENT'S ADDRESS 1, 2, 3
Type in your recipient’s address.
TEST MAIL
Send a test mail to check if your settings are correct.
—
NOTE:
• If you entered an incorrect address in a test, you may not receive an
Alert mail. Should this happen, check if the Recipient’s Address is
correctly set.
• Unless any one of the [SENDER'S ADDRESS], [SMTP SERVER'S
NAME] or [RECIPIENT'S ADDRESS 1-3] is selected, [TEST MAIL] is
not available.
• Be sure to highlight [OK] and press the ENTER button before executing
[TEST MAIL].
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Up to 60 alphanumeric characters and
symbols
Up to 60 alphanumeric characters and
symbols
5. Using On-Screen Menu
NETWORK SERVICE
HTTP SERVER
Set a password for your HTTP server.
Up to 10 alphanumeric
characters
PJLink
This option allows you to set a password when you use the Up to 32 alphanumeric
PJLink feature.
characters
NOTE:
• Do not forget your password. However, if you forget your password,
consult with your dealer.
• What is PJLink?
PJLink is a standardization of protocol used for controlling projectors
of different manufacturers. This standard protocol is established by
Japan Business Machine and Information System Industries Association (JBMIA) in 2005.
The projector supports all the commands of PJLink Class 1.
• Setting of PJLink will not be affected even when [RESET] is done from
the menu.
AMX BEACON
Turn on or off for detection from AMX Device Discovery when —
connecting to the network supported by AMX’s NetLinx control
system.
TIP:
When using a device that supports AMX Device Discovery, all AMX NetLinx
control system will recognize the device and download the appropriate
Device Discovery Module from an AMX server.
Placing a checkmark will enable detecting the projector from AMX Device
Discovery.
Clearing a checkmark will disable detecting the projector from AMX
Device Discovery.
CRESTRON
ROOMVIEW: Turn on or off when controlling the projector from Up to 12 numeric
your PC.
characters
CRESTRON CONTROL: Turn on or off when controlling the
projector from your controller.
• CONTROLLER IP ADDRESS: Enter your IP address of CRESTRON SERVER.
• IP ID: Enter your IP ID of CRESTRON SERVER.
Extron XTP
Set for connecting this projector to the Extron XTP transmitter. ON —
will enable to connect with the XTP transmitter. OFF will disable
to connect with the XTP transmitter.
TIP: The CRESTRON settings are required only for use with CRESTRON ROOMVIEW.
For more information, visit http://www.crestron.com
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5. Using On-Screen Menu
[SOURCE OPTIONS]
Setting Auto Adjust [AUTO ADJUST]
This feature sets the Auto Adjust mode so that the computer signal can be automatically or manually adjusted for
noise and stability. You can automatically make adjustment in two ways: [NORMAL] and [FINE].
OFF������������������������ The computer signal will not be automatically adjusted. You can manually optimize the computer signal.
NORMAL���������������� Default setting. The computer signal will be automatically adjusted. Normally select this option.
FINE����������������������� Select this option if fine adjustment is needed. It takes more time to switch to the source than when [NORMAL]is selected.
TIP:
• The default setting when shipped from the factory is [NORMAL].
• When the AUTO ADJ. button is pressed, the same [FINE] adjustment is carried out.
[AUDIO SELECT]
This selects the audio input of the HDMI 1 IN terminal, HDMI 2 IN terminal, DisplayPort input terminal and HDBaseT
IN/Ethernet port.
Selecting Default Source [DEFAULT INPUT SELECT]
You can set the projector to default to any one of its inputs each time the projector is turned on.
LAST���������������������� Sets the projector to default to the previous or last active input each time the projector is turned on.
AUTO��������������������� Searches for an active source in order of HDMI1 → HDMI2 → DisplayPort → BNC → BNC(CV) → BNC(Y/C)
→ COMPUTER → HDBaseT and displays the first found source.
HDMI1������������������� Displays the digital source from the HDMI 1 IN connector every time the projector is turned on.
HDMI2������������������� Displays the digital source from the HDMI 2 IN connector every time the projector is turned on.
DisplayPort������������ Displays the digital source from the DisplayPort every time the projector is turned on.
COMPUTER����������� Displays the computer signal from the COMPUTER IN connector every time the projector is turned on.
HDBaseT���������������� Project the HDBaseT signal.
[SEAMLESS SWITCHING]
When the input connector is switched, the image displayed before switching is held to switch to the new image without
a break due to absence of a signal.
Selecting a Color or Logo for Background [BACKGROUND]
Use this feature to display a blue/black screen or logo when no signal is available. The default background is [BLUE].
NOTE:
• Even when the background logo is selected, if two pictures are displayed in [PIP/PICTURE BY PICTURE] mode, the blue background
is displayed without the logo when there is no signal.
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[HDBaseT OUT SELECT]
Select signal to output from the HDBaseT OUT/Ethernet port on the projector. When two images are projected simultaneously (PIP/PICTURE BY PICTURE), the image for the main screen is output.
AUTO��������������������� Output the input signal. When [PIP] has been set, the input signal for the main screen is output.
HDMI1������������������� Output the input signal thru the HDMI1 input terminal.
HDMI2������������������� Output the input signal thru the HDMI2 input terminal.
DisplayPort������������ Output the input signal thru the DisplayPort IN terminal.
HDBaseT���������������� Output the input signal thru the HDBaseT IN/Ethernet port.
NOTE:
• Signal thru the COMPUTER input terminal can not be output. In the state [PIP] or [PICTURE BY PICTURE] has been set and
[AUTO] has been set for this function, moreover, the input terminal for the main screen is the COMPUTER and the input terminal
for the sub screen is one among the HDMI1 IN, HDMI2 IN, DisplayPort IN terminals, or HDBaseT IN/Ethernet port, the signal from
the sub screen will be output.
• If the set input terminals for main and sub screen for [PIP] and [PICTURE BY PICTURE] are differed from the selected input
terminals, any image will be output.
• 4K60p and 4K50p signals can not be output.
[EDID VERSION]
Switch the EDID version for the HDMI1 IN and HDMI2 IN terminals.
MODE1������������������ Supports general signal
MODE2������������������ Supports 4K signal
Select this mode for displaying 4K image using the device supporting 4K
NOTE:
If image and sound can not be output in [MODE2], switch to [MODE1].
[HDCP VERSION]
Switch the HDCP version for the HDMI1 IN and HDMI2 IN terminals. Select HDCP2.2 for general signal.
HDCP2.2���������������� Automatically switch the mode HDCP2.2 and HDCP1.4
HDCP1.4���������������� Forcedly perform transmission with HDCP1.4
NOTE:
• If image and sound can not be output from the monitor connected with the HDBaseT OUT/Ethernet port, switch the HDCP version
to HDCP1.4.
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[POWER OPTIONS]
[STANDBY MODE]
Select the standby mode:
NORMAL���������������� Automatically transit the standby state and control consumption power based on the projector setting and
the state of the connected device. (→ page 183)
SLEEP�������������������� Maintain the state of sleep. Consumption power becomes higher than the setting of NORMAL. Select this
mode in the following cases:
• For using the HDBaseT IN/Ethernet and HDBaseT OUT/Ethernet ports constantly.
• For using the USB-A port constantly.
[EXAMPLE]
- For connecting plural numbers of projector in a daisy chain. (→ page 149)
- For connecting to a HDBaseT transmission device (→ page 148)
TIP:
• The [STANDBY MODE] setting is not changed by [RESET].
• Consumption power in the STANDBY mode is excluded from the calculation for carbon saving.
Enabling Direct Power On [DIRECT POWER ON]
Turns the projector on automatically when the power cord is inserted into an active power outlet. This eliminates the
need to always use the POWER button on the remote control or projector cabinet.
Turning On the Projector by Detecting Input Signal [AUTO POWER ON SELECT]
Under the state of standby or sleep, the projector automatically detects and projects synchronizing signal input from
the selected terminals among Computer, HDMI1/2, DisplayPort, and HDBaseT by this function.
OFF������������������������ AUTO POWER ON SELECT function becomes inactive.
HDMI1, HDMI2, DisplayPort, COMPUTER, HDBaseT*
������������������������������ When the projector detects the computer signal input from the selected terminal, automatically it will be
turned ON and will project the computer screen.
NOTE:
• If you want to activate this AUTO POWER ON SELECT function after powering OFF the projector, interrupt signal from input
terminals or pull out the computer cable from the projector and wait for over 3 seconds and then input signal from the selected
terminal. In case computer signal is continuously input to the projector, however the projector is turned OFF and is in the transition
to SLEEP mode, it will keep SLEEP mode and will not be turned ON automatically. In addition, if signal from HDMI1/2, DisplayPort
or HDBaseT is continuously input to the projector, the projector may be turned ON again automatically based on the setting of
external devices even if the projector is turned OFF and in the condition of SLEEP mode.
• This function is not activated either by component signal input from the computer screen input terminal or computer signal as
Sync on Green and Composite Sync.
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Enabling Power Management [AUTO POWER OFF]
When this option is selected you can enable the projector to automatically turn off (at the selected time: 0:05, 0:10,
0:15, 0:20, 0:30, 1:00) if there is no signal received by any input or if no operation is performed.
Using Off Timer [OFF TIMER]
1. Select your desired time between 30 minutes and 16 hours: OFF, 0:30, 1:00, 2:00, 4:00, 8:00, 12:00, 16:00.
2. Press the ENTER button on the remote control.
3. The remaining time starts counting down and it is displayed at the bottom of the On-Screen Menu.
4. The projector will turn off after the countdown is complete.
NOTE:
• To cancel the preset time, set [OFF] for the preset time or turn off the power.
• When the remaining time reaches 3 minutes before the projector is turned off, the [THE PROJECTOR WILL TURN OFF WITHIN 3
MINUTES] message will be displayed on the bottom of the screen.
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Returning to Factory Default [RESET]
The RESET feature allows you to change adjustments and settings to the factory preset for a (all) source (s) except
the following:
[CURRENT SIGNAL]
Resets the adjustments for the current signal to the factory preset levels.
The items that can be reset are: [PRESET], [CONTRAST], [BRIGHTNESS], [COLOR], [HUE], [SHARPNESS], [ASPECT RATIO], [HORIZONTAL], [VERTICAL], [CLOCK], [PHASE], and [OVERSCAN].
[ALL DATA]
Reset all the adjustments and settings for all the signals to the factory preset.
All items can be reset EXCEPT [ENTRY LIST], [LANGUAGE], [BACKGROUND], [FILTER MESSAGE], [EDGE
BLENDING], [MULTI SCREEN], [SCREEN TYPE], [GEOMETRIC CORRECTION], [REF. WHITE BALANCE],
[STATIC CONVERGENCE], [ADMINISTRATOR MODE], [CONTROL PANEL LOCK], [SECURITY], [COMMUNICATION SPEED], [DATE AND TIME SETTINGS], [CONTROL ID], [STANDBY MODE], [FAN MODE], [EDID VERSION],
[HDCP VERSION], [LAMP LIFE REMAINING], [LAMP HOURS USED], [FILTER HOURS USED], [TOTAL CARBON
SAVINGS], [WIRED LAN].
To reset the lamp usage time, see “Clearing Lamp Hour Meter [CLEAR LAMP HOURS]” below.
[ALL DATA (INCLUDING ENTRY LIST)]
Reset all the adjustments and settings for all the signals including the [ENTRY LIST] to the factory preset except
[LANGUAGE], [BACKGROUND], [FILTER MESSAGE], [EDGE BLENDING], [MULTI SCREEN], [SCREEN TYPE],
[GEOMETRIC CORRECTION], [REF. WHITE BALANCE], [STATIC CONVERGENCE], [ADMINISTRATOR MODE],
[CONTROL PANEL LOCK], [SECURITY], [COMMUNICATION SPEED], [DATE AND TIME SETTINGS], [CONTROL
ID], [STANDBY MODE], [FAN MODE], [EDID VERSION], [HDCP VERSION], [LAMP LIFE REMAINING], [LAMP
HOURS USED], [FILTER HOURS USED], [TOTAL CARBON SAVINGS], [WIRED LAN].
Also deletes all the signals in the [ENTRY LIST] and returns to the factory preset.
NOTE: Locked signals in Entry List cannot be reset.
Clearing Lamp Hour Meter [CLEAR LAMP HOURS]
Resets the lamp clock back to zero. Selecting this option displays submenu for a confirmation. Select [YES] and
press the ENTER button.
NOTE:
• Elapsed time of the lamp use will not be affected even when [RESET] is done from the menu.
• Performing [CLEAR LAMP HOURS] will return the [REF. LIGHT] in [LIGHT MODE] to its default adjustments. When the projector
is used for multi-screen projection, use [REF. LIGHT] to adjust the brightness again.
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Clearing the Filter Usage Hours [CLEAR FILTER HOURS]
Resets the filter usage back to zero. Selecting this option displays submenu for a confirmation. Select [YES] and
press the ENTER button.
The [OFF] item is selected for [FILTER MESSAGE] at the time of shipment. When [OFF] is selected, you do not need
to clear the filter usage hour.
NOTE: Elapsed time of the filter use will not be affected even when [RESET] is done from the menu.
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❽ Menu Descriptions & Functions [INFO.]
Displays the status of the current signal and lamp usage. This item has nine pages. The information included is as
follows:
TIP: Pressing the HELP button on the remote control will show the [INFO.] menu items.
[USAGE TIME]
[LAMP LIFE REMAINING] (%)*
[LAMP HOURS USED] (H)
[FILTER HOURS USED] (H)
[TOTAL CARBON SAVINGS] (kg-CO2)
*
The progress indicator shows the percentage of remaining bulb life.
The value informs you of the amount of lamp usage. When the remaining lamp time reaches 0, the LAMP LIFE
REMAINING bar indicator changes from 0% to 100 Hours and starts counting down.
•
The message to the effect that the lamp or the filters should be replaced will be displayed for one minute when the
projector is turned on and when the POWER button on the projector or the remote control is pressed.
To dismiss this message, press any button on the projector or the remote control.
456-6765WULamplife(H)
ECO mode OFF
6780WU
6765WU
3000
4000
6790
3000
ECO mode
•
6785W
3000
5000
[TOTAL CARBON SAVINGS]
This displays the estimated carbon saving information in kg. The carbon footprint factor in the carbon saving calculation is based on the OECD (2008 Edition). (→ page 37)
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[SOURCE(1)]
INPUT TERMINAL
HORIZONTAL FREQUENCY
SYNC TYPE
SCAN TYPE
ENTRY NO.
RESOLUTION
VERTICAL FREQUENCY
SYNC POLARITY
SOURCE NAME
[SOURCE(2)]
SIGNAL TYPE
VIDEO LEVEL
LINK LANE
BIT DEPTH
SAMPLING FREQUENCY
3D FORMAT
[SOURCE(3)]
INPUT TERMINAL
HORIZONTAL FREQUENCY
SYNC TYPE
SCAN TYPE
ENTRY NO.
RESOLUTION
VERTICAL FREQUENCY
SYNC POLARITY
SOURCE NAME
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[SOURCE(4)]
SIGNAL TYPE
VIDEO LEVEL
3D FORMAT
BIT DEPTH
SAMPLING FREQUENCY
[WIRED LAN]
IP ADDRESS
GATEWAY
SUBNET MASK
MAC ADDRESS
[VERSION]
FIRMWARE
FIRMWARE2
DATA
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[OTHERS]
DATE TIME
MODEL NO.
LENS ID
PROJECTOR NAME
SERIAL NUMBER
[CONDITIONS]
INTAKE TEMPERATURE
ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE
X-AXIS
Z-AXIS
EXHAUST TEMPERATURE
INSTALLATION POSITION
Y-AXIS
About the X-AXIS, Y-AXIS and Z-AXIS CONDITIONS
* Arrow direction of the Z-AXIS in the figure represents the top of the projector.
X-AXIS������������������� Display the projector image at an angle of −100 – +100
degrees to the horizontal in the X-axis direction.
X-AXIS value of
the projector
Horizontal plane
X-axis
Gravity direction
Y-AXIS������������������� Display the projector image at an angle of −100 – +100
degrees to the horizontal in the Y-axis direction.
Y-AXIS value of
the projector
Horizontal plane
Y-axis
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Gravity direction
5. Using On-Screen Menu
Z-AXIS������������������� Display the projector image at an angle of −100 – +100
degrees to the vertical in the Z-axis direction.
Z-AXIS value of
the projector
Horizontal
plane Z-axis
Gravity direction
[HDBaseT]
SIGNAL QUALITY
LINK STATUS
OPERATION MODE
HDMI STATUS
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6. Connecting to Other Equipment
❶ Mounting a lens (sold separately)
Eight separate bayonet style lenses can be used with this projector. The descriptions here are for the NP13ZL (2x
zoom) lens. Mount other lenses in the same manner.
Important:
• Be sure to carry out [LENS CALIBRATION] after replacing the lens.
• The projector and lenses are made of precision parts. Do not subject them to shock or excessive forces.
• Remove the separately sold lens when moving the projector. If not, the lens could be subject to shock while the projector is being
moved, damaging the lens and the lens shift mechanism.
• When dismounting the lens from the projector, return the lens position to the home position before turning off the power. Failure
to do so may prevent the lens from being mounted or dismounted because of narrow space between the projector and the lens.
• Turn off the power and wait for the cooling fan to stop before mounting or removing the lens.
• Never touch the lens surface while the projector is operating.
• Be very careful not to let dirt, grease, etc., on the lens surface and not to scratch the lens surface.
• Perform these operations on a flat surface over a piece of cloth, etc., to prevent the lens from getting scratched.
• When leaving the lens off the projector for long periods of time, mount the dust cap on the projector to prevent dust or dirt from
getting inside.
• If you have multiple projectors, be careful of the following:
- When mounting a lens designed exclusively for this projector onto another projector in the NP series, be sure to remove the
lens attachment before mounting the lens on the projector. The lens cannot be mounted if its attachment is on. For the types
of lenses that can be mounted and instructions on removing them, see the lense’s operating instructions.
- Other types of lenses cannot be mounted on this projector.
Mounting the lens
1. Remove the dust cap from the projector.
2. Remove the lens cap on the back of the lens.
NOTE:
• Make sure to remove the lens cap at the unit back side. If the lens unit
with the lens cap remaining on is installed on the projector, it may cause
of malfunction.
3. Insert the lens onto the projector with the yellow-marked
protrusion on the lens facing upwards.
There is a positioning slit on the projector’s lens insertion slot.
Insert the lens slowly all the way in, keeping the positioning
slit at the same angle.
Guiding notch
Yellow mark
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4. Turn the lens clockwise.
Turn until a click is heard.
The lens is now fastened onto the projector.
TIP: Mounting the lens theft prevention screw
Fasten the lens theft prevention screw included with the projector to the
bottom of the projector so that the lens cannot be removed easily.
Removing the lens
Preparations:
1. Turn on the projector and display an image.
2. Press and hold the SHIFT/HOME POSITION button over 2 seconds.
The lens position will be moved to the home position.
3. Turn off the main power switch, and then unplug the power cord.
4. Wait until the projector cabinet is cool enough to handle.
If the lens theft prevention screw has been set on, remove it first.
1. While pressing the lens release button at the bottom of
lens mounting section on the projector’s front panel fully
in, turn the lens counterclockwise.
The lens comes off.
NOTE:
• Check the following areas if the lens unit cannot be removed even
when the lens release button is pressed.
1.The lens release button may be locked sometimes. In that case,
turn the lens fully to the right. The lens release button lock will
be released.
2. Slowly pull the lens off the projector.
• After removing the lens, mount the lens caps (front and
back) included with the lens before storing the lens.
• If no lens is going to be mounted on the projector, mount
the dust cap included with the projector.
Make sure the direction to mount the dust cap to face the
distinguish mark (△) on the cap upward.
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6. Installation and Connections
❷ Making Connections
A computer cable, HDMI cable, or a DisplayPort cable can be used to connect to a computer.
The connection cable is not enclosed with the projector. Please get ready a suitable cable for the connection.
Analog RGB signal connection
•
Connect the computer cable to the monitor out terminal (mini D-sub 15 pin) on the computer and the computer
video input terminal on the projector. Please use a computer cable attached with a ferrite core.
COMPUTER IN
AUDIO IN
AUDIO OUT
Stereo mini-plug audio cable (not supplied)
Computer cable (sold commercially)
NOTE:
• Please check the operating manual of the computer as
the name, position and direction of the terminal may
differ depending on the computer.
• Select the source name for its appropriate input connector after turning on the projector.
Input connector
COMPUTER IN
INPUT button on the projector
cabinet
7:COMPUTER
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Button on the remote control
7/COMPUTER
6. Installation and Connections
Digital RGB signal connection
•
Connect a commercially available HDMI cable between the computer’s HDMI output connector and the projector’s
HDMI1 or HDMI2 input connector.
•
Connect a commercially available DisplayPort cable between the computer’s DisplayPort output connector and
the projector’s DisplayPort input connector.
HDMI 1 IN
DisplayPort IN
HDMI 2 IN
DisplayPort cable (not supplied)
HDMI cable (not supplied)
• Select the source name for its appropriate input connector after turning on the projector.
Input connector
INPUT button on the projector
cabinet
Button on the remote control
HDMI 1 IN
1:HDMI 1
1/HDMI 1
HDMI 2 IN
2:HDMI 2
2/HDMI 2
DisplayPort IN
3:DisplayPort
3/DisplayPort
Cautions when connecting an HDMI cable
•
Use a certified High Speed HDMI® Cable or High Speed HDMI® Cable with Ethernet.
Cautions when connecting a DisplayPort cable
•
Use a certified DisplayPort cable.
•
Depending on the computer, some time may be required until the image is displayed.
•
Some DisplayPort cables (commercially available) have locks.
•
To disconnect the cable, press the button on the top of the cable’s connector, then pull the cable out.
•
Power can be supplied to the connecting device from the Display Port input terminal (maximum of 1.65 W). However,
power will not be supplied to the computer.
•
When signals from a device that uses a signal converter adapter are connected to the DisplayPort input connector,
in some cases the image may not be displayed.
•
When the HDMI output of a computer is connected to the DisplayPort input connector, use a converter (commercially available).
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Cautions when using a DVI signal
• When the computer has a DVI output connector, use a commercially available converter cable to connect the
computer to the projector’s HDMI 1 or HDMI 2 input connector (only digital video signals can be input). Also, connect the computer’s audio output to the projector’s BNC audio input connector. In this case, switch the HDMI1 or
HDMI2 setting at on-screen menu’s audio selection on the projector to [BNC]. (→ page 130)
To connect the computer’s DVI output connector to the projector’s DisplayPort input connector, use a commercially
available converter.
HDMI 1 IN
HDMI 2 IN
AUDIO IN
AUDIO OUT
NOTE: When Viewing a DVI Digital Signal
• Turn off the power of the computer and projector before connecting.
• Lower the computer’s volume setting before connecting an audio cable to the headphones connector. When using with a computer
connected to the projector, adjust the volume of both the projector and computer to set the appropriate volume level.
• If the computer has a mini-jack type audio output connector, we recommend connecting the audio cable to that connector.
• When a video deck is connected via a scan converter, etc., the display may not be correct during fast-forwarding and rewinding.
• Use a DVI-to-HDMI cable compliant with DDWG (Digital Display Working Group) DVI (Digital Visual Interface) revision 1.0 standard. The cable should be within 197"/5 m long.
• Turn off the projector and the PC before connecting the DVI-to-HDMI cable.
• To project a DVI digital signal: Connect the cables, turn the projector on, then select the HDMI input. Finally, turn on your PC.
Failure to do so may not activate the digital output of the graphics card resulting in no picture being displayed. Should this happen,
restart your PC.
• Some graphics cards have both analog RGB (15-pin D-Sub) and DVI (or DFP) outputs. Use of the 15-pin D-Sub connector may
result in no picture being displayed from the digital output of the graphics card.
• Do not disconnect the DVI-to-HDMI cable while the projector is running. If the signal cable has been disconnected and then
reconnected, an image may not be correctly displayed. Should this happen, restart your PC.
• The COMPUTER video input connectors support Windows Plug and Play.
• A Mac signal adapter (commercially available) may be required to connect a Mac computer.
To connect a Mac computer equipped with a Mini DisplayPort to the projector, use a commercially available Mini DisplayPort →
DisplayPort converter cable.
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Connecting Component Input
COMPUTER IN
15-pin - to - RCA (female) × 3 cable
adapter (ADP-CV1E)
Component video RCA × 3 cable
(not supplied)
Audio Equipment
Blu-ray player
Stereo mini plug - to - RCA audio cable (not
supplied)
• Select the source name for its appropriate input connector after turning on the projector.
Input connector
COMPUTER IN
INPUT button on the projector
cabinet
4:COMPUTER
Button on the remote control
4/COMPUTER
NOTE:
• When the signal format is set to [AUTO] (default factory setting when shipped), the computer signal and component signal are
automatically distinguished and switched. If the signals cannot be distinguished, select [COMPONENT] under [ADJUST] →
[VIDEO] → [SIGNAL TYPE] in the on-screen menu of the projector.
• To connect to a video device with a D connector, use the sold separately D connector converter adapter (model ADP-DT1E).
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Connecting HDMI Input
You can connect the HDMI output of your Blu-ray player, hard disk player, or notebook type PC to the HDMI 1 IN or
HDMI 2 IN connector of your projector.
HDMI 1 IN
HDMI 2 IN
AUDIO OUT
HDMI cable (not supplied)
Use High Speed HDMI®
Cable.
Input connector
Audio cable (not supplied)
INPUT button on the projector
cabinet
Button on the remote control
HDMI 1 IN
1:HDMI 1
1/HDMI 1
HDMI 2 IN
2:HDMI 2
2/HDMI 2
TIP: For users of audio video equipment with an HDMI connector:
Select “Enhanced” rather than “Normal” if HDMI output is switchable between “Enhanced” and “Normal”.
This will provide improved image contrast and more detailed dark areas.
For more information on settings, refer to the instruction manual of the audio video equipment to be connected.
•
When connecting the HDMI 1 IN or HDMI 2 IN connector of the projector to the Blu-ray player, the projector’s video
level can be made settings in accordance with the Blu-ray player’s video level. In the menu select [ADJUST] →
[VIDEO] → [VIDEO LEVEL] and make necessary settings.
•
If the HDMI input’s sound is not output, check if [HDMI1] and [HDMI2] are set [HDMI1] and [HDMI2] correctly the
on-screen menu [SETUP] → [SOURCE OPTIONS] → [AUDIO SELECT]. (→ page 130)
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6. Installation and Connections
Connecting to a HDBaseT transmission device (sold commercially)
Use a LAN cable sold commercially to connect the HDBaseT IN/Ethernet port of the projector (RJ-45) to a HDBaseT
transmission device sold commercially.
The HDBaseT IN/Ethernet port of the projector supports HDMI signals (HDCP) from transmission devices, control
signals from external devices (serial, LAN) and remote control signals (IR commands).
• Refer to the owner’s manual accompanied with your HDBaseT transmission for connecting with your external devices.
Connection example
Computer (for output use)
Computer (for control use)
Our company’s remote
control (RD-465E)
Wired-Remote
LAN
RS-232C
AUDIO IN
COMPUTER IN
DC IN
HDMI IN
HDBaseT
Example of a transmission device
HDBaseT IN/Ethernet
HDMI output video device
NOTE:
• Please use a shielded twisted pair (STP) cable of Category 5e or higher for the LAN cable (sold commercially).
• The maximum transmission distance over the LAN cable is 100 m. (the maximum distance is 70 m for a 4K signal)
• Please do not use other transmission equipment between the projector and transmission equipment. The picture quality may be
degraded as a result.
• This projector is not guaranteed to work with all HDBaseT transmission devices sold commercially.
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Connecting several projectors
It enables to project HDMI, DisplayPort, HDBaseT image on several projectors connecting the HDBaseT IN/Ethernet
port and the HDBaseT OUT/Ethernet port by LAN cable. The projectors support same brightness and resolution can
be connected up to four units,
HDBaseT OUT/Ethernet
Master projector
HDBaseT IN/Ethernet
Other projector
• The signal from the COMPUTER IN terminal is not output from the HDBaseT OUT/Ethernet port of this projector. • Projectors of which brightness and resolution are different, these can not be connected even if these are in same
series. At the same time, this projector is not guaranteed to work correctly in the connection with an other device
as a monitor.
• When outputting HDMI signals, turn on the power of the video device on the output side and keep it connected
before inputting video signals into this device. The HDMI output terminals of the projector are equipped with repeater
functions. When a device is connected to the HDMI output terminal, the resolution of the output signal is limited by
the resolution supported by the connected device.
• Connecting and disconnecting an HDMI cable or selecting another input source on the second and subsequent
projectors will disable the HDMI repeater function.
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Portrait projection (vertical orientation)
Portrait screens from a computer can be projected by installing the projector in a vertical orientation. Angle to display all the screens such as the
on-screen menu can be changed by the menu [SETUP] → [MENU(2)]
→ [MENU ANGLE].
Precautions during installation
•
Please do not install the projector in a vertical orientation on top of the floor or table on its own. The intake vent
may be obstructed, resulting in the projector getting warm and the possibility of fire and malfunction occurring.
•
For vertical installation, install the projector with the intake vent (filter) facing downwards. A stand for supporting
the projector needs to be made for this purpose. In this case, the stand must be designed such that the center
of gravity of the projector is located well within the legs of the stand. If not, the projector may fall over and result
in injury, damage and malfunction.
Design and manufacturing conditions for the stand
Please engage an installation service provider for the design and manufacture of the customized stand to be used for
portrait projection. Please ensure that the following are complied with when designing the stand.
1. Maintain an opening of at least 310 × 170 mm so as not to obstruct the intake vent / filter of the projector.
2. Maintain a distance of at least 130 mm between the projector intake vent and the floor (for the opening of the filter
cover).
3. Use the four screw holes at the back of the projector to secure it to the stand.
Screw hole center dimension: 200 × 250 mm
Screw hole dimension on the projector: M4 with a maximum depth of 8 mm.
*
Please design the stand such that the rear legs at the back of the projector do not contact the stand. The front
legs can be turned and removed.
4. Horizontal adjustment mechanism (for example, bolts and nuts in four locations)
5. Please design the stand such that it does not topple over easily.
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Reference drawings
* The drawing showing the dimensional requirements is not an actual stand design drawing.
[Side View]
[Front View]
[Bottom View]
200
Screw holes for 4 M4 use
310 or greater
Filter cover
Tilt foot (remove)
Rear foot
130 or greater
Filter cover (when opened)
Horizontal adjuster
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Connecting to a Wired LAN
The projector comes standard with a LAN port (RJ-45) which provides a LAN connection using a LAN cable.
To use a LAN connection, you are required to set the LAN on the projector menu. Select [SETUP] → [NETWORK
SETTINGS] → [WIRED LAN]. (→ page 126).
Example of LAN connection
Example of wired LAN connection
Server
Hub
LAN cable (not supplied)
NOTE: Use a Category 5 or higher LAN cable.
LAN
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7. Maintenance
This section describes the simple maintenance procedures you should follow to clean the filters, the lens, the cabinet,
and to replace the lamp and the filters.
❶ Cleaning the Filters
The filter at the intake vent keeps dust and dirt from getting inside the projector. If the filter is dirty or clogged, your
projector may overheat.
WARNING
• Please do not use a spray containing flammable gas to remove dust attached to the filters, etc. Doing so may
result in fires.
NOTE: The message for filter cleaning will be displayed for one minute after the projector is turned on or off. When the message is
displayed, clean the filters. The time to clean the filters is set to [OFF] at time of shipment. (→ page 112)
To cancel the message, press any button on the projector cabinet or the remote control.
To clean the filter, detach the filter unit and the filter cover.
CAUTION
• Before cleaning the filters, turn off the projector, disconnect the power cord and then allow the cabinet to cool.
Failure to do so can result in electric shock or burn injuries.
1.Press down two buttons and then pull the filter cover towards you to open it.
Filter cover
Button
2. Pick the center of the filter unit for pulling it out.
Filter unit
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3. Vacuum dust on the front and back faces of the filter unit.
• Get rid of dust in the filter.
• Gently get rid of dust on the filter cover and in the accordion
pleats of the filter.
NOTE:
• Whenever you vacuum the filter, use the soft brush attachment to
vacuum. This is to avoid damage to the filter.
• Do not wash the filter with water. Doing so can result in filter clogging.
Filter cover
Filter unit
4. Mount the filter unit back onto the projector cabinet.
Insert the filter unit onto the projector aligning the two protrusions on each top and bottom of the filter unit to the grooves
on the projector cabinet.
Groove
Protrusion
5. Close the filter cover.
Keep to push the filter cover frame around the buttons until
a “click” sound is heard. The filter cover will be secured in
position.
Button
6. Clear the filter usage hours.
Plug the power cord into the wall outlet, and then turn on the
projector.
From the menu, select [RESET] → [CLEAR FILTER HOURS].
(→ page 135)
The interval time to clean the filters is set to [OFF] at time of
shipment. When using the projector as it is, you do not clear
the filter usage
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❷ Cleaning the Lens
•
Turn off the projector before cleaning.
•
The projector has a plastic lens. Use a commercially available plastic lens cleaner.
•
Do not scratch or mar the lens surface as a plastic lens is easily scratched.
•
Never use alcohol or glass lens cleaner as doing so will cause damage to the plastic lens surface.
WARNING
•
Please do not use a spray containing flammable gas to remove dust attached to the lens, etc. Doing so may
result in fires.
❸ Cleaning the Cabinet
Turn off the projector, and unplug the projector before cleaning.
• Use a dry soft cloth to wipe dust off the cabinet.
If heavily soiled, use a mild detergent.
•
Never use strong detergents or solvents such as alcohol or thinner.
•
When cleaning the ventilation slits or the speaker using a vacuum cleaner, do not force the brush of the vacuum
cleaner into the slits of the cabinet.
Vacuum the dust off the ventilation slits.
•
Clogged ventilation slits may cause a rise in the internal temperature of the projector, resulting in malfunction.
•
Do not scratch or hit the cabinet with your fingers or any hard objects
•
Contact your dealer for cleaning the inside of the projector.
NOTE: Do not apply volatile agent such as insecticide on the cabinet, the lens, or the screen. Do not leave a rubber or vinyl product
in prolonged contact with it. Otherwise the surface finish will be deteriorated or the coating may be stripped off.
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❹ Replacing the Lamp
When the lamp reaches the end of its life, the LAMP indicator on the cabinet will blink in orange and the message “THE
LAMP HAS REACHED THE END OF ITS USABLE LIFE. PLEASE REPLACE THE LAMP. USE THE SPECIFIED
LAMP FOR SAFETY AND PERFORMANCE.” will appear (*). Even though the lamp may still be working, replace the
lamp to maintain the optimal projector performance as soon as possible. After replacing the lamp, be sure to clear
the lamp hour meter. (→ page 134)
CAUTION
•
DO NOT TOUCH THE LAMP immediately after it has been used. It will be extremely hot. Turn the projector off
and then disconnect the power cord. Allow at least one hour for the lamp to cool before handling.
•
Usethespecifiedlampforsafetyandperformance.
•
DONOTREMOVEANYSCREWSexceptonelampcoverscrewandtwolamphousingscrews.Youcould
receive anelectricshock.
•
Donotbreaktheglassonthelamphousing.
Keepfingerprintsofftheglasssurfaceonthelamphousing.Leavingfingerprintsontheglasssurfacemightcause
anunwantedshadowandpoorpicturequality.
•
ThebarindicatorastheLAMPLIFEREMAININGshowsthepercentageofremainingbulblife.
Whentheremaininglamptimereaches0%,theLAMPLIFEREMAININGbarindicatorchangesfrom0%to100
Hoursasthegraceperiodforreplacinglampandstartscountingdown.Inthegraceperiod,theLAMPindicator
willblinkinorange.
Whenitreaches0hours,theLAMPindicatorwillstartblinkinginred.
Ifyoucontinuetousethelampafterthelampreachestheendofitslife,thelampbulbmayshatter,andpieces
of glassmaybescatteredinthelampcase.Donottouchthemasthepiecesofglassmaycauseinjury.Ifthis
hap-pens,contactyourdealerforlampreplacement.
*NOTE: This message will be displayed under the following conditions:
• for one minute after the projector has been powered on
• when the
(POWER) button on the projector cabinet or the STANDBY button on the remote control is pressed
To turn off the message, press any button on the projector cabinet or the remote control.
Optional lamp and tools needed for replacement:
• Phillips screwdriver (plus-head)
• Replacement lamp:
NP42LP
Flow of Replacing the Lamp
Step 1. Replace the lamp
Step 2. Clear the lamp usage hours (→ page 134, 135)
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To replace the lamp:
1. Remove the lamp cover.
(1)Loosen the lamp cover screw
• The lamp cover screw is not removable.
(2)Pull the bottom of the lamp cover towards you and remove it.
2. Remove the lamp housing.
(1)Loosen the two screws securing the lamp housing until the phillips screwdriver goes into a freewheeling condition.
• The two screws are not removable.
• There is an interlock on this case to prevent the risk of electrical shock. Do not attempt to circumvent this
interlock.
(2)Remove the lamp housing by holding it.
CAUTION:
Make sure that the lamp housing is cool enough to before removing it.
Interlock
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3. Install a new lamp housing.
(1)Insert a new lamp housing gently.
(2)Secure it in place with the two screws.
• Be sure to tighten the screws.
4. Reattach the lamp cover.
(1)Insert the top edge of the lamp cover into the groove in the projector and close the lamp cover.
(2)Tighten the screw to secure the lamp cover.
• Be sure to tighten the screw.
This completes the lamp replacement.
Go on to clear the lamp usage hours.
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To clear the lamp usage hours:
1. Place the projector where you use it.
2. Plug the power cord into the wall outlet, and then turn on the projector.
3. Clear the lamp usage hours.
From the menu, select [RESET] → [CLEAR LAMP HOURS] and reset the lamp usage hours. (→ page 134)
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❺ Replacing the filters
Replace the filter every 10000 used hours.
Usable time of the filter is varies depends on the projector installation circumstances. If your projector is installed in
dusty circumstance, recommend to replace the filter earlier than 10000 hours.
• The replacement filter, NP06FT, is available at our dealers.
NOTE:
• DO NOT TOUCH THE FILTER UNIT immediately after the projector has been used. Turn the projector off and then disconnect the
power cord and leave the projector cooled down enough.
• Time for replacing the filter is vary depends on the operation circumstances.
To replace the filters:
NOTE:
• Before replacing the filters, wipe off dust and dirt from the projector cabinet.
• The projector is precision equipment. Keep out dust and dirt during filter replacement.
• Do not wash the filters with soap and water. Soap and water will damage the filter membrane.
• Put filters into place. Incorrect attachment of a filter may cause dust and dirt to get into the inside of the projector.
1. Press down on the buttons on the left and right and then
pull the filter cover towards you to open it.
The cover will open about 90 degrees before it stops.
Filter cover
Button
2. Pick the center of the filter unit for pulling it out.
Filter unit
3. Remove dust from the filter cover.
Clean both outside and inside.
4. Attach a new filter into the filter unit.
Filter cover
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5. Mount the filter unit back onto the projector cabinet.
Insert the filter unit onto the projector aligning the two protrusions on each top and bottom of the filter unit to the groove
on the projector cabinet.
Groove
Protrusion
6. Close the filter cover.
Keep to push the filter cover frame around the buttons until
a “click” sound is heard. The filter cover will be secured in
position.
Button
This completes the filter replacement.
Go on to clear the filter hours.
To clear the filter hours:
1. Place the projector where you use it.
2. Plug the power cord into the wall outlet, and then turn on the projector.
3. Clear the filter hours.
From the menu, select [RESET] → [CLEAR FILTER HOURS] and reset the filter usage hours. (→ page 135)
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8. Appendix
❶ Throw distance and screen size
Eight separate bayonet style lenses can be used on this projector. Refer to the information on this page and use a
lens suited for the installation environment (screen size and throw distance). For instructions on mounting the lens,
see page 141.
Lens types and throw distance
WUXGA Type
Screen size
NP11FL
30"
40"
60"
80"
100"
120"
150"
200"
240"
300"
400"
500"
0.7
1.0
1.4
1.7
2.1
2.6
NP30ZL
1.0 - 1.3
1.4 - 1.8
1.7 - 2.2
2.0 - 2.7
2.6 - 3.4
3.4 - 4.5
4.1 - 5.4
5.2 - 6.8
6.9 - 9.0
8.7 - 11.3
NP12ZL
0.7 - 0.9
1.0 - 1.3
1.5 - 1.9
2.0 - 2.6
2.5 - 3.3
3.0 - 3.9
3.8 - 4.9
5.1 - 6.6
6.1 - 7.9
7.6 - 9.9
10.2 - 13.2
12.7 - 16.5
Lens model name
NP13ZL
NP14ZL
1.2 - 2.5
1.9 - 3.8
2.5 - 5.1
3.2 - 6.3
3.8 - 7.6
4.8 - 9.5
6.4 - 12.7
7.6 - 15.3
9.6 - 19.1
12.8 - 25.5
16.0 - 31.9
3.7 - 6.0
5.0 - 8.0
6.3 - 10.1
7.5 - 12.1
9.4 - 15.2
12.6 - 20.3
15.2 - 24.4
19.0 - 30.5
25.4 - 40.7
31.8 - 50.9
NP40ZL
NP41ZL
NP42ZL
1.0 - 1.4
1.4 - 1.9
1.7 - 2.4
2.0 - 2.9
2.6 - 3.6
3.4 - 4.8
4.1 - 5.8
5.2 - 7.3
6.9 - 9.7
8.6 - 12.2
1.7 - 3.9
2.2 - 5.2
2.8 - 6.5
3.4 - 7.8
4.2 - 9.8
5.7 - 13.0
6.8 - 15.6
8.5 - 19.6
11.4 - 26.1
14.2 - 32.6
3.9 - 7.7
5.2 - 10.2
6.4 - 12.8
7.7 - 15.3
9.6 - 19.1
12.7 - 25.4
15.3 - 30.4
19.0 - 38.0
25.3 - 50.7
31.6 - 63.3
NOTE: The values for NP40ZL and NP42ZL are tentative.
TIP
Calculation of the throw distance from the screen size
NP11FL lens throw distance (m) = H × 0.8 : 0.7 m (min.) to 2.6 m (max.)
NP30ZL lens throw distance (m) = H × 0.8 to H × 1.0 : 1.0 m (min.) to 11.3 m (max.)
NP12ZL lens throw distance (m) = H × 1.2 to H × 1.5 : 0.7 m (min.) to 16.5 m (max.)
NP13ZL lens throw distance (m) = H × 1.5 to H × 3.0 : 1.2 m (min.) to 31.9 m (max.)
NP14ZL lens throw distance (m) = H × 2.9 to H × 4.7 : 3.7 m (min.) to 50.9 m (max.)
NP40ZL lens throw distance (m) = H x 0.8 to H x 1.1 : 0.8 m (min.) to 12.2 m (max.)
NP41ZL lens throw distance (m) = H x 1.3 to H x 3.0 : 1.4 m (min.) to 32.6 m (max.)
NP42ZL lens throw distance (m) = H x 3.0 to H x 5.9 : 3.3 m (min.) to 63.3 m (max.)
“H” (Horizontal) refers to the screen width.
* Figures differ by several % with the table above because the calculation is approximate.
Ex.: Throw distance when projecting on a 150" screen using the NP13ZL lens:
According to the “Screen Size (for reference)” table (→ page 166), H (screen width) = 323.1 cm.
The throw distance is 323.1 cm × 1.5 to 323.1 cm × 3.0 = 484.7 cm to 969.3 cm (because of the zoom lens).
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WXGA Type
Screen size
NP11FL
30"
40"
60"
80"
100"
120"
150"
200"
240"
300"
400"
500"
0.7
1.0
1.4
1.7
2.1
2.6
NP30ZL
1.0 - 1.3
1.4 - 1.8
1.7 - 2.2
2.0 - 2.7
2.6 - 3.4
3.4 - 4.5
4.1 - 5.4
5.2 - 6.8
6.9 - 9.0
8.7 - 11.3
NP12ZL
0.7 - 1.0
1.0 - 1.3
1.5 - 2.0
2.0 - 2.6
2.5 - 3.3
3.0 - 4.0
3.8 - 5.0
5.1 - 6.6
6.1 - 8.0
7.7 - 10.0
10.2 - 13.3
12.8 - 16.7
Lens model name
NP13ZL
NP14ZL
1.2 - 2.5
1.9 - 3.8
2.5 - 5.1
3.2 - 6.4
3.9 - 7.7
4.8 - 9.6
6.4 - 12.8
7.7 - 15.4
9.6 - 19.2
12.8 - 25.7
16.0 - 32.1
3.7 - 6.0
5.0 - 8.1
6.3 - 10.1
7.6 - 12.2
9.5 - 15.3
12.7 - 20.4
15.3 - 24.5
19.1 - 30.7
25.5 - 40.9
31.9 - 51.2
NP40ZL
NP41ZL
NP42ZL
1.0 - 1.4
1.4 - 1.9
1.7 - 2.4
2.1 - 2.9
2.6 - 3.6
3.4 - 4.9
4.1 - 5.8
5.2 - 7.3
6.9 - 9.8
8.7 - 12.2
1.7 - 3.9
2.2 - 5.2
2.8 - 6.5
3.4 - 7.8
4.3 - 9.8
5.7 - 13.1
6.8 - 15.7
8.6 - 19.6
11.4 - 26.2
14.3 - 32.8
3.9 - 7.7
5.2 - 10.3
6.5 - 12.8
7.7 - 15.3
9.6 - 19.2
12.8 - 25.5
15.3 - 30.6
19.1 - 38.2
25.4 - 50.9
31.8 - 63.5
NOTE: The values for NP40ZL and NP42ZL are tentative.
TIP
Calculation of the throw distance from the screen size
NP11FL lens throw distance (m) = H × 0.8 : 0.7 m (min.) to 2.6 m (max.)
NP30ZL lens throw distance (m) = H × 0.8 to H × 1.0 : 1.0 m (min.) to 11.3 m (max.)
NP12ZL lens throw distance (m) = H × 1.2 to H × 1.5 : 0.7 m (min.) to 16.7 m (max.)
NP13ZL lens throw distance (m) = H × 1.5 to H × 3.0 : 1.2 m (min.) to 32.1 m (max.)
NP14ZL lens throw distance (m) = H × 2.9 to H × 4.7 : 3.7 m (min.) to 51.2 m (max.)
NP40ZL lens throw distance (m) = H x 0.8 to H x 1.1 : 0.8 m (min.) to 12.2 m (max.)
NP41ZL lens throw distance (m) = H x 1.3 to H x 3.0 : 1.4 m (min.) to 32.8 m (max.)
NP42ZL lens throw distance (m) = H x 3.0 to H x 5.9 : 3.3 m (min.) to 63.5 m (max.)
“H” (Horizontal) refers to the screen width.
* Figures differ by several % with the table above because the calculation is approximate.
Ex.: Throw distance when projecting on a 150" screen using the NP13ZL lens:
According to the “Screen Size (for reference)” table (→ page 166), H (screen width) = 323.1 cm.
The throw distance is 323.1 cm × 1.5 to 323.1 cm × 3.0 = 484.7 cm to 969.3 cm (because of the zoom lens).
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XGA Type
Screen size
NP11FL
30"
40"
60"
80"
100"
120"
150"
200"
240"
300"
400"
500"
0.6
1.0
1.3
1.6
2.0
2.5
NP30ZL
1.0 - 1.3
1.3 - 1.7
1.6 - 2.1
2.0 - 2.6
2.5 - 3.2
3.3 - 4.3
4.0 - 5.2
5.0 - 6.5
6.7 - 7.7
8.4 - 10.9
NP12ZL
0.7 - 0.9
0.9 - 1.2
1.4 - 1.9
1.9 - 2.5
2.4 - 3.2
2.9 - 3.8
3.7 - 4.8
4.9 - 6.4
5.9 - 7.7
7.4 - 9.6
9.8 - 12.8
12.3 - 16.0
Lens model name
NP13ZL
NP14ZL
1.2 - 2.4
1.8 - 3.7
2.4 - 4.9
3.0 - 6.1
3.7 - 7.4
4.6 - 9.2
6.1 - 12.3
7.4 - 14.8
9.2 - 18.5
12.3 - 24.7
15.4 - 30.8
3.6 - 5.8
4.8 - 7.8
6.0 - 9.7
7.3 - 11.7
9.1 - 14.7
12.2 - 19.6
14.7 - 23.6
18.4 - 29.5
24.6 - 39.4
30.7 - 49.2
NP40ZL
NP41ZL
NP42ZL
1.0 - 1.4
134 - 1.8
1.6 - 2.3
2.0 - 2.8
2.5 - 3.5
3.3 - 4.7
4.0 - 5.6
5.0 - 7.0
6.7 - 9.4
8.3 - 11.7
1.6 - 3.7
2.2 - 5.0
2.7 - 6.3
3.3 - 7.5
4.1 - 9.4
5.5 - 12.5
6.6 - 15.1
8.2 - 18.8
11.0 - 25.1
13.7 - 31.4
3.8 - 7.4
5.0 - 9.9
6.2 - 12.3
7.4 - 14.7
9.2 - 18.4
12.3 - 24.5
14.7 - 29.4
18.4 - 36.7
24.4 - 48.8
30.5 - 61.0
NOTE: The values for NP40ZL and NP42ZL are tentative.
TIP
Calculation of the throw distance from the screen size
NP11FL lens throw distance (m) = H × 0.8 : 0.6 m (min.) to 2.5 m (max.)
NP30ZL lens throw distance (m) = H × 0.8 to H × 1.1 : 1.0 m (min.) to 10.9 m (max.)
NP12ZL lens throw distance (m) = H × 1.2 to H × 1.6 : 0.7 m (min.) to 16.0 m (max.)
NP13ZL lens throw distance (m) = H × 1.5 to H × 3.0 : 1.2 m (min.) to 30.8 m (max.)
NP14ZL lens throw distance (m) = H × 3.0 to H × 4.8 : 3.6 m (min.) to 49.2 m (max.)
NP40ZL lens throw distance (m) = H x 0.8 to H x 1.1 : 0.8 m (min.) to 11.7 m (max.)
NP41ZL lens throw distance (m) = H x 1.3 to H x 3.1 : 1.3 m (min.) to 31.4 m (max.)
NP42ZL lens throw distance (m) = H x 3.1 to H x 6.1 : 3.2 m (min.) to 61.0m (max.)
“H” (Horizontal) refers to the screen width.
* Figures differ by several % with the table above because the calculation is approximate.
Ex.: Throw distance when projecting on a 150" screen using the NP13ZL lens:
According to the “Screen Size (for reference)” table (→ page 166), H (screen width) = 304.8 cm.
The throw distance is 304.8 cm × 1.5 to 304.8 cm × 3.0 = 457.2 cm to 914.4 cm (because of the zoom lens).
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Projection range for the different lenses
NP11FL WUXGA Type: 0.7–2.6 m
WXGA Type: 0.7–2.6 m
XGA Type: 0.6–2.5 m
Motorized zoom / Motorized focus
Manual zoom / Manual focus
Manual focus
NP30ZL WUXGA Type: 1.0–11.3 m
WXGA Type: 1.0–11.3 m
XGA Type: 1.0–10.9 m
NP12ZL WUXGA Type: 0.7–16.5 m
WXGA Type: 0.7–16.7 m
XGA Type: 0.7–16.0 m
40-150"
60-500"
30-500"
40-500"
50-500"
50-500"
NP40ZL WUXGA Type: 0.8 - 12.2 m
WXGA Type: 0.8 - 12.2 m
XGA Type: 0.8 - 11.7 m
NP13ZL WUXGA Type: 1.2–31.9 m
WXGA Type: 1.2–32.1 m
XGA Type: 1.2–30.8 m
NP41ZL WUXGA Type: 1.4 - 32.6 m
WXGA Type: 1.4 - 32.8 m
XGA Type: 1.3 - 31.4 m
NP14ZL WUXGA Type: 3.7–50.9 m
WXGA Type: 3.7–51.2 m
XGA Type: 3.6–49.2 m
NP42ZL WUXGA Type: 3.3 - 63.3 m
WXGA Type: 3.3 - 63.5 m
XGA Type: 3.1 - 61.0 m
NOTE: The values for NP40ZL and NP42ZL are tentative.
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60-500"
50-500"
8. Appendix
Tables of screen sizes and dimensions
WUXGA Type/WXGA Type
Size (inches)
Screen
height
16:10 screen size (diagonal)
Screen width
30
40
60
80
100
120
150
200
240
300
400
500
Screen width
(inches)
(cm)
25.4
64.6
33.9
86.2
50.9
129.2
67.8
172.3
84.8
215.4
101.8
258.5
127.2
323.1
169.6
430.8
203.5
516.9
254.4
646.2
339.2
861.6
424.0
1077.0
Screen height
(inches)
(cm)
15.9
40.4
21.2
53.8
31.8
80.8
42.4
107.7
53.0
134.6
63.6
161.5
79.5
201.9
106.0
269.2
127.2
323.1
159.0
403.9
212.0
538.5
265.0
673.1
Screen width
(inches)
(cm)
24
61.0
32
81.3
48
121.9
64
162.6
80
203.2
96
243.8
120
304.8
160
406.4
192
487.7
240
609.6
320
812.8
400
1016.0
Screen height
(inches)
(cm)
18
45.7
24
61.0
36
91.4
48
121.9
60
152.4
72
182.9
90
228.6
120
304.8
144
365.8
180
457.2
240
609.6
300
762.0
XGA Type
Size (inches)
Screen
height
4:3 screen size (diagonal)
Screen width
30
40
60
80
100
120
150
200
240
300
400
500
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Lens shifting range
This projector is equipped with a lens shift function for adjusting the position of the projected image by buttons. The
lens can be shifted within the range shown below.
NOTE:
• Use NP11FL at the home position.
* Refer to the lens shift table on the next page for the drawing number of the lens shift range.
Desk/front projection
Width of projected image
1
Height of projected image
100%V
2
3
10%H
10%H
100%H
4
Description of symbols: V indicates vertical (height of the projected image), H indicates horizontal (width of the projected image).
Ceiling/front projector
3
2
4
100%H
10%H
10%H
Height of projected image
100%V
1
Width of projected image
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Lens shift table
Applicable
type
WUXGA Type
WXGA Type
XGA Type
*
Drawing
number
①
②
③
④
①
②
③
④
①
②
③
④
NP30ZL
50% V
10% V
20% H
20% H
50% V
10% V
20% H
20% H
35% V
10% V
20% H
20% H
NP12ZL
50% V
10% V
30% H
30% H
60% V
10% V
30% H
30% H
50% V
10% V
30% H
30% H
NP13ZL
50% V
10% V
30% H*
30% H*
60% V
10% V
30% H
30% H
50% V
10% V
30% H
30% H
Lens unit
NP14ZL
50% V
10% V
30% H
30% H
60% V
10% V
30% H
30% H
50% V
10% V
30% H
30% H
NP40ZL
50% V
10% V
20% H
20% H
50% V
10% V
20% H
20% H
35% V
10% V
20% H
20% H
NP41ZL
50% V
10% V
20% H
20% H
50% V
10% V
20% H
20% H
35% V
10% V
20% H
20% H
NP42ZL
50% V
10% V
20% H
20% H
50% V
10% V
20% H
20% H
35% V
10% V
20% H
20% H
For WUXGA Type, the shift range in the horizontal direction is up to 15% H when using the lens unit “NP13ZL” to project a screen
exceeding Model 150.
Ex.: When projecting on a 150" screen
The explanation is for a XGA Type projector (4:3 panel) with a NP12ZL lens fitted.
• Please replace the screen dimensions and maximum shift value in the calculations for the WXGA Type and WUXGA
Type projectors (16:10 panel) as well.
According to the tables of screen sizes and dimensions (→ page 166), H = 304.8 cm, V = 228.6 cm.
Adjustment range in the vertical direction: The projected image can be moved upwards 0.5 × 228.6 cm = 114 cm,
downwards 0.1 × 228.6 cm = 22 cm (when the lens is at the center position). For a ceiling/front installation, the above
figures are inverted.
Adjustment range in the horizontal direction: The projected image can be moved to the left 0.3 × 304.8 cm = 91 cm,
to the right 0.3 × 304.8 cm = 91 cm.
* Figures differ by several % because the calculation is approximate.
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❷ Compatible Input Signal List
HDMI
VGA
SVGA
XGA
HD
Signal
WXGA
Quad-VGA
SXGA
FWXGA
SXGA+
WXGA+
WXGA++
WSXGA+
UXGA
Full HD
WUXGA
2K
WQHD
iMac 27"
WQXGA
4K
HDTV(1080p)
HDTV(1080i)
HDTV (720p)
SDTV (480p)
SDTV (576p)
SDTV (480i)
SDTV (576i)
Resolution ( dots )
640 × 480
800 × 600
1024 × 768
*1
1280 × 720
*2
1280 × 768
*2
1280 × 800
*2
1280 × 960
1280 × 1024
1360 × 768
1366 × 768
1400 × 1050
1440 × 900
1600 × 900
1680 × 1050
1600 × 1200
*3
1920 × 1080
*3
1920 × 1200
*3
2048 × 1080
2560 × 1440
2560
3840
4096
1920
1920
1280
720/1440
720/1440
1440
1440
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
1600
2160
2160
1080
1080
720
480
576
480
576
*3
*3
*2
Aspect Ratio
4 : 3
4 : 3
4 : 3
16 : 9
15 : 9
16 : 10
4 : 3
5 : 4
16 : 9
16 : 9
4 : 3
16 : 10
16 : 9
16 : 10
4 : 3
16 : 9
16 : 10
17 : 9
Refresh Rate ( Hz )
60/72/75/85/iMac
56/60/72/75/85/iMac
60/70/75/85/iMac
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
16 : 9
60
16 : 10
16 : 9
17 : 9
16 : 9
16 : 9
16 : 9
4:3 / 16:9
4:3 / 16:9
4:3 / 16:9
4:3 / 16:9
60 (Reduced Blanking)
24/25/30/50/60
24/25/30/50/60
24/25/30/50/60
48/50/60
50/60
60
50
60
50
DisplayPort
VGA
SVGA
XGA
HD
Signal
WXGA
Quad-VGA
SXGA
FWXGA
SXGA+
WXGA+
WXGA++
WSXGA+
UXGA
Full HD
WUXGA
2K
WQHD
iMac 27"
WQXGA
4K
HDTV(1080p)
HDTV (720p)
SDTV (480i/p)
SDTV (576i/p)
Resolution ( dots )
640 × 480
800 × 600
1024 × 768
*1
1280 × 720
*2
1280 × 768
*2
1280 × 800
*2
1280 × 960
1280 × 1024
1360 × 768
1366 × 768
1400 × 1050
1440 × 900
1600 × 900
1680 × 1050
1600 × 1200
*3
1920 × 1080
*3
1920 × 1200
*3
2048 × 1080
2560 × 1440
2560
3840
4096
1920
1280
720/1440
720/1440
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
1600
2160
2160
1080
720
480
576
Aspect Ratio
4 : 3
4 : 3
4 : 3
16 : 9
15 : 9
16 : 10
4 : 3
5 : 4
16 : 9
16 : 9
4 : 3
16 : 10
16 : 9
16 : 10
4 : 3
16 : 9
16 : 10
17 : 9
Refresh Rate ( Hz )
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60 (Reduced Blanking)
60
16 : 9
60
16 : 10
16 : 9
17 : 9
16 : 9
16 : 9
4:3 / 16:9
4:3 / 16:9
60 (Reduced Blanking)
24/25/30
24/25/30
24/25/30/50/60
50/60
60
50
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HDBaseT
VGA
SVGA
XGA
HD
WXGA
Signal
Quad-VGA
SXGA
FWXGA
SXGA+
WXGA+
WXGA++
UXGA
WSXGA+
Full HD
WUXGA
2K
WQHD iMac 27”
WQXGA
4K
HDTV(1080p)
HDTV(1080i)
HDTV(720p)
SDTV(480p)
SDTV(576p)
SDTV(480i)
SDTV(576i)
Resolution ( dots )
640 × 480
800 × 600
1024 × 768
*1
1280 × 720
*2
1280 × 768
*2
1280 × 800
*2
1280 × 960
1280 × 1024
1360 × 768
1366 × 768
1400 × 1050
1440 × 900
1600 × 900
1600 × 1200
*3
1680 × 1050
1920 × 1080
*3
1920 × 1200
*3
2048 × 1080
2560 × 1440
2560 × 1600
3840 × 2160
4096 × 2160
1920 × 1080
*3
1920 × 1080
*3
1280 × 720
*2
720/1440 × 480
720/1440 × 576
1440 × 480
1440 × 576
Aspect Ratio
4 : 3
4 : 3
4 : 3
16 : 9
15 : 9
16 : 10
4 : 3
5 : 4
16 : 9
16 : 9
4 : 3
16 : 10
16 : 9
4 : 3
16 : 10
16 : 9
16 : 10
17 : 9
16 : 9
16 : 10
16 : 9
17 : 9
16 : 9
16 : 9
16 : 9
4:3 / 16:9
4:3 / 16:9
4:3 / 16:9
4:3 / 16:9
Refresh Rate ( Hz )
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60 Reduced Blanking
60
60
60 Reduced Blanking
24/25/30
24/25/30
24/25/30/50/60
48/50/60
50/60
60
50
60
50
Resolution ( dots )
640 × 480
800 × 600
1024 × 768
*1
1152 × 864
1280 × 720
*2
1280 × 768
*2
1280 × 800
*2
1280 × 960
1280 × 1024
1360 × 768
1366 × 768
1400 × 1050
1440 × 900
1600 × 900
1600 × 1200
*3
1680 × 1050
1920 × 1080
*3
1920 × 1200
*3
2048 × 1080
1920 × 1080
*3
640 × 480
832 × 624
1024 × 768
*1
1152 × 870
1280 × 1024
Aspect Ratio
4 : 3
4 : 3
4 : 3
4 : 3
16 : 9
15 : 9
16 : 10
4 : 3
5 : 4
16 : 9
16 : 9
4 : 3
16 : 10
16 : 9
4 : 3
16 : 10
16 : 9
16 : 10
17 : 9
16 : 9
4 : 3
4 : 3
4 : 3
4 : 3
5 : 4
Refresh Rate ( Hz )
60/72/75/85/iMac
56/60/72/75/85/iMac
60/70/75/85/iMac
75
60
60/75/85
60/75/85
60/85
60/75/85
60
60
60/75
60/75/85
60
60
60
60
60 (Reduced Blanking)
60
60
67
75
75
75
65
Resolution ( dots )
1920 × 1080
1920 × 1080
1280 × 720
720 × 480
720 × 576
720 × 480
720 × 576
Aspect Ratio
16 : 9
16 : 9
16 : 9
4:3 / 16:9
4:3 / 16:9
4:3 / 16:9
4:3 / 16:9
Refresh Rate ( Hz )
50/60
48/50/60
50/60
60
50
60
50
Analog RGB
VGA
SVGA
XGA
XGA+
HD
Signal
WXGA
Quad-VGA
SXGA
FWXGA
SXGA+
WXGA+
WXGA++
UXGA
WSXGA+
Fill HD
WUXGA
2K
Full HD
MAC 13"
MAC 16"
MAC 19"
MAC 21"
MAC 23"
Analog Component
Signal
HDTV (1080p)
HDTV (1080i)
HDTV (720p)
SDTV (480p)
SDTV (576p)
SDTV (480i)
SDTV (576i)
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HDMI 3D
Signal Resolution ( dots )
Aspect Ratio
Refresh Rate ( Hz )
23.98/24
25
1920 × 1080p
29.97/30
50
59.94/60
1920 × 1080i
50
16 : 9
59.94/60
23.98/24
25
29.97/30
1280 × 720p
50
59.94/60
3D Format
Frame Packing
Side By Side (Half)
Top And Bottom
Side By Side (Half)
Top And Bottom
Frame Packing
Side By Side (Half)
Top And Bottom
Side By Side (Half)
Top And Bottom
Side By Side (Half)
Top And Bottom
Side By Side (Half)
Top And Bottom
Side By Side (Half)
Top And Bottom
Frame Packing
Side By Side (Half)
Top And Bottom
Side By Side (Half)
Top And Bottom
Frame Packing
Side By Side (Half)
Top And Bottom
Frame Packing
Side By Side (Half)
Top And Bottom
Frame Packing
Side By Side (Half)
Top And Bottom
DisplayPort 3D
Signal Resolution ( dots )
Aspect Ratio
Refresh Rate ( Hz )
23.98/24
25
1920 × 1080p
29.97/30
50
59.94/60
16 : 9
23.98/24
25
1280 × 720p
29.97/30
50
59.94/60
3D Format
Frame Packing
Side By Side (Half)
Top And Bottom
Side By Side (Half)
Top And Bottom
Frame Packing
Side By Side (Half)
Top And Bottom
Side By Side (Half)
Top And Bottom
Side By Side (Half)
Top And Bottom
Frame Packing
Side By Side (Half)
Top And Bottom
Side By Side (Half)
Top And Bottom
Frame Packing
Side By Side (Half)
Top And Bottom
Frame Packing
Side By Side (Half)
Top And Bottom
Frame Packing
Side By Side (Half)
Top And Bottom
*1 Native resolution on XGA Type
*2 Native resolution on WXGA Type
*3 Native resolution on WUXGA Type
• Signals exceeding the projector’s resolution are handled with Advanced AccuBlend.
• With Advanced AccuBlend, the size of characters and ruled lines may be uneven and colors may be blurred.
• Upon shipment, the projector is set for signals with standard display resolutions and frequencies, but adjustments may be required
depending on the type of computer.
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❸ Specifications
Model name
Method
Specifications of main parts
Liquid crystal
Size
panel
Pixels (*1)
Projection lenses
Light source
Optical device
Light output (*2) (*3)
ECO OFF
Contrast ratio (*2) (all white/all black)
Screen size (throw distance)
Color reproducibility
Scanning frequency
Horizontal
Vertical
Main adjustment functions
Max. display resolution (horizontal ×
vertical)
Input signals
R,G,B,H,V
Composite video
S-Video
Component
Audio
Input/output connectors
Computer/Com- Video input
Audio input
ponent
Audio output
HDMI
Video input
Audio input
6780WU/6765WU
6785W
Three primary color liquid crystal shutter projection method
6790
0.76" (with MLA) × 3 (aspect ratio: 16:10)
0.76" (with MLA) × 3
(aspect ratio: 4:3)
786,432 (1024 dots
× 768 lines)
2,304,000 (1920 dots × 1200 lines)
1,024,000 (1280
dots × 800 lines)
Refer to the specifications of option lens (→ 174 page)
6780WU:420W(280WwhenECO
6785W/6790: 420W 420 W (280 W when
modeison)
(280 W when ECO ECO mode is on)
PA723U:400W(280WwhenECOmode modeison)
PA703W: 370 W
ison)
(280WwhenECO
6765WU:370W(280WwhenECO
modeison)
modeison)
Integrator, Dichroic Mirror, XDP
6780WU: 8000 lm
6785W: 8500 lm 9000 lm
PA703W: 7000 lm
PA723U: 7200 lm
6765WU: 6500 lm
10000:1
6780WU: 10000:1
6785W: 10000:1
PA723U/PA653U: 8000:1
PA703W: 8000:1
30" to 500" (throw distance depends on lens)
10-bit color processing (approx. 1.07 billion colors)
Analog: 15 kHz, 24 to 100 kHz (24 kHz or greater for RGB inputs), conforming to
VESA standards
Digital: 15 kHz, 24 to 153 kHz, conforming to VESA standards
Analog: 48 Hz, 50 to 85 Hz, 100, 120 Hz conforming to VESA standards
Digital: 24, 25, 30, 48 Hz, 50 to 85 Hz, 100, 120 Hz conforming to VESA standards
ZOOM, FOCUS, LENS SHIFT (Refer to the specifications of option lens → 174
page), input signal switching (HDMI1/HDMI2/DisplayPort/COMPUTER/HDBaseT),
auto image adjustment, picture enlarging, picture position adjustment, muting (both
video and audio), power on/standby, on-screen display/selection, etc.
Analog WUXGA (1920 × 1200) with Advanced AccuBlend Pixel clock frequency: less
than 165 MHz
Digital Quad HD (4096 × 2160) with Advanced AccuBlend Pixel clock frequency: less
than 600 MHz (HDBaseT: 300 MHz)
RGB: 0.7Vp-p/75Ω
Y: 1.0Vp-p/75Ω (with Negative Polarity Sync)
Cb, Cr (Pb, Pr): 0.7Vp-p/75Ω
H/V Sync: 4.0Vp-p/TTL
Composite Sync: 4.0Vp-p/TTL
Sync on G: 1.0Vp-p/75Ω (with Sync)
1.0Vp-p/75Ω
Y: 1.0Vp-p/75Ω
C: 286Vp-p/75Ω
Y: 1.0Vp-p/75Ω (with Sync)
Cb, Cr (Pb, Pr): 0.7Vp-p/75Ω
DTV: 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p (60Hz)
576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i (50Hz)
DVD: Progressive signal (50/60Hz)
0.5Vrms/22kΩ or greater
Mini D-Sub 15-pin × 1
Stereo mini jack × 1
Stereo mini jack × 1 (common for all signals)
HDMI® Connector type A × 2
RJ-450 × 1, 100BASE-TX compatible
Deep Color (color depth): 8-/10-/12-bit compatible
Colorimetry: RGB, YCbCr444, YCbCr422 , YCbCr420, BT2020, REC709, REC601
LipSync compatible, HDCP compatible (*4), Supports 4K and 3D, HDR compatible
HDMI: Sampling frequency – 32/44.1/48
kHz, Sampling bits – 16/20/24 bits
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Model name
HDBaseT/Ethernet
Video input
Video output
Audio input
Audio output
DisplayPort
Video input
Audio input
PC control terminal
USB port
Ethernet/LAN/HDBaseT port
Remote terminal
3D SYNC output terminal
Usage environment
Power supply
Power conEco mode
sumption
STANDBY
OFF
ON
Link-up
Link-down
Rated input current
External dimensions (W × H × D)
Weight
6780WU/6765WU
6785W
6790
Deep Color (color depth): Support 8/10/12 bits
Colorimetry: Support RGB, YCbCr444, YCbCr422 , YCbCr420 , BT2020, REC709,
REC601
Support LipSync , HDCP (*4), 4K , 3D, HDR
RJ-45x1, 100BASE-TX
Deep Color (color depth): Support 8/10/12 bits
Colorimetry: Support RGB, YCbCr444, YCbCr422, BT2020, REC709, REC601
Support LipSync, HDCP (*4), 4K , 3D
Sampling frequency: 32/44.1/48 kHz
Sampling bit: 16/20/24 bit
Sampling frequency: 32/44.1/48 kHz
Sampling bit: 16/20/24 bits
DisplayPort × 1
Data rate: 5.4 Gbps/2.7Gbps/1.62Gbps
No. lanes: 1 lane/2 lanes/4 lanes
Color depth: 8 bits, 10bits, 12bits
Colorimetry: RGB, YCbCr444, YCbCr422 , YCbCr420 , BT2020, REC709, REC601
HDCP compatible (*4)
DisplayPort: Sampling frequency – 32/44.1/48 kHz, Sampling bits – 16/20/24 bits
D-Sub 9-pin × 1
USB type A × 1
RJ-45 × 1, Supports 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX
Stereo mini jack × 1
5 V / 10 mA, synchronized signal output for 3D use
Operating temperature: 41 to 104°F (5 to 40°C) (*5)
Operating humidity: 20 to 80% (with no condensation)
Storage temperature: 14 to 122°F (-10 to 50°C)
Storage humidity: 20 to 80% (with no condensation)
Operating altitude: 0 to 3650 m/12000 feet
(1700 to 3650 m/5500 to 12000 feet: Set [FAN MODE] to [HIGH ALUTITUDE])
100-240 V AC, 50/60Hz
566 W (100-130V
6780WU:566W(100-130VAC)/542W 6785W: 566 W
(200-240VAC)
(100-130VAC)/542 AC) / 542 W (200240V AC)
PA723U:542W(100-130VAC)/518W W(200-240VAC)
(200-240VAC)
PA703W: 506 W
(100-130VAC)/
6765WU:506W(100-130VAC)/482
W(200-240VAC)
482W(200-240V
AC)
390 W (100-130VAC) / 376 W (200-240 V AC)
0.24 W (100-130V AC) / 0.30 W (200-240V AC)
0.20 W (100-130V AC) / 0.26 W (200-240V AC)
2.6 A (100-130V) /
6780WU:2.6A(100-130V)/6.2A
6785W: 2.6 A
(200-240V)
(100-130V)/6.2A 6.2 A (200-240V)
PA723U:2.5A(100-130V)/6.0A
(200-240V)
(200-240V)
PA703W: 2.3 A
(100-130V)/5.6A
6765WU:2.3A(100-130V)/5.6A
(200-240V)
(200-240V)
19.8" (width) × 6.6" (height) × 16.1" (depth)/503 (width) × 168 (height) × 409 (depth)
mm (not including protruding parts)
19.6" (width) × 6.4" (height) × 16.0" (depth)/499 (width) × 164 (height) × 406 (depth)
mm (including protruding parts)
22.5 lbs/10.2 kg (not including lens)
6765WU
PA653U
1920x1200 (WUXGA)
6,500 lumens
6780WU
PA803U
1920x1200 (WUXGA)
8,000 lumens
6785W
PA853W
1280x800 (WXGA)
8,500 lumens
6790
PA903X
1024x768 (XGA)
9,000 lumens
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*1 Effective pixels are more than 99.99%.
*2 This is the light output value (lumens) when the [PRESET] mode is set to [HIGH-BRIGHT]. The light output values will drop to
80% when [ON] is selected for [ECO MODE]. If any other mode is selected as the [PRESET] mode, the light output value may
drop slightly.
*3 Compliance with ISO21118-2012
*4 If you are unable to view material via the HDMI input, this does not necessarily mean the projector is not functioning properly. With
the implementation of HDCP, there may be cases in which certain content is protected with HDCP and might not be displayed
due to the decision/intention of the HDCP community (Digital Content Protection, LLC).
Video: HDR, Deep Color, 8/10/12-bit, Lip Sync.
Audio: LPCM; up to 2 ch, sample rate 32/44.1/48 KHz, sample bit; 16/20/24-bit
HDMI: Supports HDCP2.2/1.4
DisplayPort: Supports HDCP 1.4
HDBaseT: Supports HDCP 2.2/1.4
*5 95 to 104°F (35 to 40°C) – “Forced eco mode”
• These specifications and the product’s design are subject to change without notice.
Option lens (sold separately)
NP11FL
NP12ZL
NP13ZL
NP14ZL
NP30ZL
NP40ZL
NP41ZL
NP42ZL
Throw ratio 0.81:1, F2.3, f=13.2mm
Throw ratio 1.16 - 1.52:1, F2.20 - 2.69, f=19.4 - 25.3mm
Throw ratio 1.46 - 2.95:1, F1.70 - 2.37, f=24.4 - 48.6mm
Throw ratio 2.90 - 4.68:1, F2.20 - 2.64, f=48.5 - 77.6mm
Throw ratio 0.79 - 1.04:1, F1.90 - 2.10, f=13.2 - 17.2mm
Throw ratio 0.79 - 1.10:1, F2.00 - 2.43, f=13.3 - 18.6mm
Throw ratio 1.30 - 3.02:1, F1.70 - 2.00, f=21.8 - 49.8mm
Throw ratio 2.99 - 5.98:1, F2.20 - 2.30, f=49.6 - 100.0mm
NOTE:
• The above throw ratio is for projecting on 100" screen by WUXGA.
• NP40ZL and NP42ZL will be available on market in April 2017. The values for these lens on this manual are tentative, please
contact your dealer about their detailed information or refer to the latest user's manual uploaded on our web site.
• For using NP30ZL, set the ECO mode to ON.
• Use NP11FL at the home position.
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❹ Cabinet Dimensions
411 (16.2)
Unit: mm (inch)
FOCUS
90 (3.5)
250 (9.8)
200 (7.9)
HOME
POSITION
SHIFT
168 (6.6)
L-CALIB.
ZOOM
EXIT
Lens center
165 (6.5)
ENTER
Lens center
68 (2.7)
MENU
INPUT
499 (19.6)
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❺ Mounting the cable cover (sold separately)
Mounting the separately sold cable cover (NP10CV) on the projector allows you hide the cables for a cleaner
appearance.
CAUTION
•
After mounting the cable cover, be sure to fasten using the screws provided. If not, the cable cover could fall
and damage the cable cover and possibly resulting in injury.
•
Do not bundle the power cord and place it under the cable cover. Doing so could lead to fire.
•
Do not hold the cable cover while moving the projector and do not apply excessive force to the cable cover.
Doing so could damage the cable cover, resulting in the projector falling or causing injury.
Mounting
Preparations:
1. Connect the power cord and cables to the projector (the connection cords are omitted from the diagrams).
2. Prepare a Phillips screwdriver.
1. Insert the two round protrusions on the left and right edges
of the cable cover into the grooves in the bottom of the
projector to line it up.
1
2
NOTE: Be careful not to let the power cord and cables get pinched by the
cable cover.
2. Turn the cable cover screw clockwise.
• Tighten the screw securely.
Removing
1. Turn the cable cover screw counterclockwise until it turns
loosely.
• Hold the cable cover while doing this to prevent it from
falling.
• The screw does not come completely off.
2. Remove the cable cover.
• Turn the cable cover a little, then lift it off.
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❻ Pin assignments and signal names of main connectors
COMPUTER IN/ Component Input Connector (Mini D-Sub 15 Pin)
Connection and signal level of each pin
6
11 12 13 14 15
7 8 9 10
1 2 3 4 5
Signal Level
Video signal : 0.7Vp-p (Analog)
Sync signal : TTL level
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
RGB Signal (Analog)
Red
Green or Sync on Green
Blue
Ground
Ground
Red Ground
Green Ground
Blue Ground
No Connection
Sync Signal Ground
No Connection
Bi-directional DATA (SDA)
Horizontal Sync or Composite Sync
Vertical Sync
Data Clock
Cr
Y
Cb
YCbCr Signal
Cr Ground
Y Ground
Cb Ground
HDMI 1 IN/HDMI 2 IN Connector (Type A)
2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18
1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Signal
TMDS Data 2+
TMDS Data 2 Shield
TMDS Data 2−
TMDS Data 1+
TMDS Data 1 Shield
TMDS Data 1−
TMDS Data 0+
TMDS Data 0 Shield
TMDS Data 0−
TMDS Clock +
Pin No.
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Signal
TMDS Clock Shield
TMDS Clock−
CEC
Disconnection
SCL
SDA
DDC/CEC grounding
+5 V power supply
Hot plug detection
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Signal
Main link lane 3−
Grounding 3
Main link lane 3+
Main link lane 2−
Grounding 2
Main link lane 2+
Main link lane 1−
Grounding 1
Main link lane 1+
Main link lane 0−
Pin No.
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Signal
Grounding 0
Main link lane 0+
Configuration 1
Configuration 2
Supplementary channel +
Grounding 4
Supplementary channel −
Hot plug detection
Return
+3.3 V power supply
DisplayPort IN Connector
2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20
1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19
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HDBaseT IN/Ethernet Port (RJ-45)
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Signal
TxD+/HDBT0+
TxD−/HDBT0−
RxD+/HDBT1+
Disconnection/HDBT2+
Disconnection/HDBT2−
RxD−/HDBT1−
Disconnection/HDBT3+
Disconnection/HDBT3−
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
VBUS
D−
D+
Grounding
USB-A Port (Type A)
3
4
1
2
Signal
PC CONTROL Port (D-Sub 9 Pin)
9
5
8
4
7
3
6
2
1
Communications protocol
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Signal
Unused
RxD reception data
TxD transmission data
Unused
Grounding
Unused
RTS transmission request
CTS transmission allowed
Unused
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❼ Changing the Background Logo (Virtual Remote Tool)
This will help you perform operations such as projector’s power on or off and signal selection via a LAN connection.
It is also used to send an image to the projector and register it as the logo data of the projector. After registering it,
you can lock the logo to prevent it from changing.
Control Functions
Power On/Off, signal selection, picture freeze, picture mute, audio mute, Logo transfer to the projector, and remote
control operation on your PC.
Virtual Remote screen
RemoteControlWindow
Toolbar
ForgettingtheVirtualRemoteTool,pleasevisitourwebsiteanddownloadit:
http://www.dukaneav.com
NOTE:
• Logodata(graphics)thatcanbesenttotheprojectorwithVirtualRemoteToolhasthefollowingrestrictions:
(OnlyviaserialorLANconnection)
* Filesize:Within256kilobytes
* Imagesize:Withintheresolutionoftheprojector
* Fileformat:PNG(Fullcolor)
• Logodata(image)sentusingtheVirtualRemoteToolwillbedisplayedinthecenterwiththesurroundingareainblack.
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❽ Troubleshooting
This section helps you resolve problems you may encounter while setting up or using the projector.
Feature of each indicator
①
① POWER indicator
② ③ ④
This indicator informs the power status of the projector.
② STATUS indicator
This indicator lights/blinks when a button is pressed while the CONTROL
PANEL LOCK function is utilized, or while performing the lens calibration
and specific operations.
③ LAMP indicator
This indicator informs the state of lamp, usage time of the lamp, and the
status of ECO MODE.
④ TEMP indicator
This is the temperature indicator informing temperature trouble when the
ambient temperature is too high/low.
Indicator Message (Status message)
POWER
STATUS
LAMP
TEMP.
Projector status
Power is off
Off
Off
Off
Off
In the state of Standby (Standby mode is NORMAL and the network is ready.
Orange
(Blink*1)
Off
Off
Off
In the state of Standby (Standby mode is NORMAL and the network is unavailable.
Orange
(Blink*2)
Off
Off
Off
In the state of Standby (Standby mode is NORMAL and the network is available)
Orange
(Light)
Off
Off
Off
ON time as the program timer is activated. (In the state of Standby)
Orange
(Blink*3)
Off
Off
Off
In the state of Sleep
Green
(Light)
Off
Off
Off
ON time as the program timer is activated. (In the state of Sleep)
Green
(Blink*3)
Off
Off
Off
Powered state (ECO mode is OFF)
Blue
(Light)
Off
Green
(Light)
Off
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POWER
STATUS
LAMP
TEMP.
Projector status
Powered state (ECO mode is ON)
Blue
(Light)
Off
Green
(Blink*3)
Off
Performing the lens calibration
Blue
(Light)
Green
(Blink*4)
Status
varies
Off
OFF Timer is activated, OFF time as the proogram timer is activated (Powered
state)
Blue
(Blink*3)
Off
Status
varies
Off
Preparing for powering ON
Blue
(Blink*5)
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
Off
Off
Off
Repetition to light on for 1.5 seconds / off for 1.5 seconds
Repetition to light on for 1.5 seconds / off for 7.5 seconds
Repetition to light on for 2.5 seconds / off for 0.5 seconds
Repetition to light on for 0.5 seconds / off for 0.5 seconds / on for 0.5 seconds / off for 2.5 seconds
Repetition to light on for 0.5 seconds / off for 0.5 seconds
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Indicator Message (Error message)
POWER
Blink
Status
varies
Status
varies
Blue
(Blink*5)
Blue
(Light)
Red
(Blink*5)
Red
(Blink*5)
Red
(Blink*5)
Red
(Blink*5)
Red
(Light)
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
•
STATUS
Orange
(Light)
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Green
(Light)
Red
(Light)
Red
(Light)
Status
varies
LAMP
Status
varies
Orange
(Blink*5)
Red
(Blink*5)
Green
(Blink*5)
Orange
(Light)
Off
Red
(Light)
Off
Green
(Light)
Status
varies
TEMP.
Projector status
Procedure
A button has been pressed while the
KEY LOCK is activated.
The projector's keys are locked. The
setting must be canceled to operate the
projector. (→ page 122)
ID numbers for the projector and the
remote control do not match.
Check the control IDs (→ page 123)
Lamp replacement grace period.
The lamp has reached the end of its service life and is now in the replacement
grace period (100 hours). Replace the
lamp to new one as soon as possible.
(→ page 156)
Lamp replacement time exceeded.
The lamp has exceeded its replacement
time. Replace the lamp immediately.
Preparing to relight lamp after lighting
has failed.
Wait a while.
Temperature problem (In the Forced
ECO)
Ambient temteprature is high. Lower the
room temperature.
Temperature problem
Ambient temperature is out of the
operation temperature. Check if any
obstruction stays near the exhaust vent.
Lamp does not light.
Wait at least 1 minute, them turn on the
power back on. if the lamp still does
not light, contact your delaer or service
personnel.
Lens calibration error. (Calibration
error message is indicated on the
display)
Perform lens calibration.
Lamp cover/Lens problem
Lamp cover and/or lens are/is not
mounted properly. Mout them/it (→ see
page 141, 158).
Error requiring service support
Contact your dealer or service personnel. Make sure to check and inform
indicator status for asking to repair.
Off
Off
Off
Off
Orange
(Light)
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Repetition to light on for 1.5 seconds / off for 1.5 seconds
Repetition to light on for 1.5 seconds / off for 7.5 seconds
Repetition to light on for 2.5 seconds / off for 0.5 seconds
Repetition to light on for 0.5 seconds / off for 0.5 seconds / on for 0.5 seconds / off for 2.5 seconds
Repetition to light on for 0.5 seconds / off for 0.5 seconds
When the thermal protector is activated:
When inside temperature of the projector becomes too high or low, the POWER indicator start to red blink in a
short cycle. After this happened, the thermal protector will activate and the projector may be turned off.
In this case, please take the below measures:
- Pull out the power plug from the wall inlet.
- Place the projector in cool place if it has been placed in high ambient temperature.
- Clean the exhaust vent if dust has accumulated on.
- Leave the projector for about one hour until inside temperature gets lower.
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Explanation on the POWER indicator and standby state
In the state the selected PROFILE for WIRED LAN is available.
Available ports in each state
(○: Available, ×: Unavailable)
HDBaseT IN/
Ethernet
LAN
PC CONTROL
HDBaseT
OUT/Ethernet
Power
consumption
Power On
High
Indicator : Lights in blue
Powered ON state
Power On
○
○
○
○
○
○
×
○
○
Power Off
No operation / No communication with
the link-up network / No signal input for
approx. 180 seconds
Power On
Indicator : Lights in green
Sleep state
No operation/Link-down
network/No signal input
for approx. 10 seconds
Input signal
Link-up network
Indicator : Blinks in orange
Standby state: Waiting to link with the
network
• Input signal
• Operation on the web
browser via the HTTP
server (→ See page 49)
Indicator : Lights in orange
Standby state: The network is linked.
Link-down network for approx. 10 seconds
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In the state the selected PROFILE for WIRED LAN is
unavailable.
Available ports in each state
(○: Available, ×: Unavailable)
HDBaseT IN/Ethernet
HDBaseT OUT/
Ethernet
LAN
PC CONTROL
○
×
○
○
×
○
×
×
○
Power
consumption
Power On
Indicator : Lights in blue
Powered ON state
High
Power Off
Power On
Indicator : Lights in green
Sleep state
No operation / No signal
input for approx. 10
seconds
Input signal
Indicator: Blinks in orange (with long interval)
Standby state: The network is unavailable.
Low
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Common Problems & Solutions
(→ “Power/Status/Lamp Indicator” on page 180.)
Problem
Check These Items
Does not turn on
or shut down
• Check that the power cord is plugged in and that the power button on the projector cabinet or the remote control
is on. (→ pages 15, 17)
• Ensure that the lamp cover is installed correctly. (→ page 158)
• Check to see if the projector has temperature error, If projector inside temperature is too hot or cool, it disabled to
turn on the projector as the protection. Wait for a moment and try turn on the projector again.
• The lamp may fail to light. Wait a full minute and then turn on the power again.
• Set [FAN MODE] to [HIGH ALTITUDE] when using the projector at altitudes approximately 5500 feet/1700 meters
or higher. Using the projector at altitudes approximately 5500 feet/1700 meters or higher without setting to [HIGH
ALTITUDE] can cause the projector to overheat and the projector could shut down. If this happens, wait a couple
minutes and turn on the projector. (→ page 115)
If you turn on the projector immediately after the lamp is turned off, the fans run without displaying an image for
some time and then the projector will display the image. Wait for a moment.
Will turn off
• Ensure that the [OFF TIMER], [AUTO POWER OFF] or [PROGRAM TIMER] is off. (→ page 119, 133)
No picture
• Check if the appropriate input is selected. (→ page 19) If there is still no picture, press the INPUT button or one of
the input buttons again.
• Ensure your cables are connected properly.
• Use menus to adjust the brightness and contrast. (→ page 90)
• Ensure that the lens cover is open. (→ page 17)
• Reset the settings or adjustments to factory preset levels using the [RESET] in the Menu. (→ page 134)
• Enter your registered keyword if the Security function is enabled. (→ page 43)
• If the HDMI input or the DisplayPort signal cannot be displayed, try the following.
- Reinstall your driver for the graphics card built in your computer, or use the updated driver.
For reinstalling or updating your driver, refer to the user guide accompanied with your computer or graphics
card, or contact the support center for your computer manufacturer.
Install the updated driver or OS on your own responsibility.
We are not liable for any trouble and failure caused by this installation.
• The signal may not be supported depending on the HDBaseT transmission device. In addition, RS232C interface
may not be supported.
• Be sure to connect the projector and notebook PC while the projector is in standby mode and before turning on the
power to the notebook PC.
In most cases the output signal from the notebook PC is not turned on unless connected to the projector before
being powered up.
* If the screen goes blank while using your remote control, it may be the result of the computer’s screen-saver or
power management software.
• See also the page 187.
Picture suddenly
becomes dark
• Check if the projector is in the Forced ECO mode because of too high ambient temperature. If this is the case, lower
the internal temperature of the projector by selecting [HIGH] for [FAN MODE]. (→ page 115)
Color tone or hue is
unusual
• Check if an appropriate color is selected in [WALL COLOR]. If so, select an appropriate option. (→ page 115)
• Adjust [HUE] in [PICTURE]. (→ page 91)
Image isn’t square to
the screen
• Reposition the projector to improve its angle to the screen. (→ page 21)
• Perform [GEOMETRIC CORRECTION] when the trapezoid is distorted. (→ page 103)
Picture is blurred
• Adjust the focus. (→ page 23)
• Reposition the projector to improve its angle to the screen. (→ page 21)
• Ensure that the distance between the projector and screen is within the adjustment range of the lens.
(→ page 162)
• Has the lens been shifted by an amount exceeding the guaranteed range? (→ page 167)
• Condensation may form on the lens if the projector is cold, brought into a warm place and is then turned on. Should
this happen, let the projector stand until there is no condensation on the lens.
Flicker appears on
screen
• Set [FAN MODE] to other than [HIGH ALTITUDE] mode when using the projector at altitudes approximately 5500
feet/1700 meters or lower. Using the projector at altitudes less than approximately 5500 feet/1700 meters and setting
to [HIGH ALTITUDE] can cause the lamp to overcool, causing the image to flicker. Switch [FAN MODE] to [AUTO].
(→ page 115)
Image is scrolling
vertically, horizontally
or both
• Check the computer’s resolution and frequency. Make sure that the resolution you are trying to display is supported
by the projector. (→ page 169)
• Adjust the computer image manually with the Horizontal/Vertical in the [IMAGE OPTIONS]. (→ page 92)
Remote control does
not work
• Install new batteries. (→ page 12)
• Make sure there are no obstacles between you and the projector.
• Stand within 40 m/1575 inch of the projector. (→ page 13)
Indicator is lit or
blinking
• See the POWER/STATUS/LAMP Indicator. (→ page 180)
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Problem
Check These Items
Cross color in RGB
mode
• Press the AUTO ADJ. button on the projector cabinet or the remote control. (→ page 30)
• Adjust the computer image manually with [CLOCK]/[PHASE] in [IMAGE OPTIONS] in the menu. (→ page 92)
For more information contact your dealer.
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If there is no picture, or the picture is not displayed correctly.
•
Power on process for the projector and the PC.
Be sure to connect the projector and notebook PC while the projector is in standby mode and before turning on
the power to the notebook PC.
In most cases the output signal from the notebook PC is not turned on unless connected to the projector before
being powered up.
NOTE: You can check the horizontal frequency of the current signal in the projector’s menu under Information. If it reads “0kHz”,
this means there is no signal being output from the computer. (→ page 137 or go to next step)
•
Enabling the computer’s external display.
Displaying an image on the notebook PC’s screen does not necessarily mean it outputs a signal to the projector.
When using a PC compatible laptop, a combination of function keys will enable/disable the external display. Usually, the combination of the “Fn” key along with one of the 12 function keys gets the external display to come on
or off. For example, NEC laptops use Fn + F3, while Dell laptops use Fn + F8 key combinations to toggle through
external display selections.
•
Non-standard signal output from the computer
If the output signal from a notebook PC is not an industry standard, the projected image may not be displayed
correctly. Should this happen, deactivate the notebook PC’s LCD screen when the projector display is in use. Each
notebook PC has a different way of deactivate/reactivate the local LCD screens as described in the previous step.
Refer to your computer’s documentation for detailed information.
•
Image displayed is incorrect when using a Mac
When using a Mac with the projector, set the DIPswitch of the Mac adapter (not supplied with the projector) according to your resolution. After setting, restart your Mac for the changes to take affect.
For setting display modes other than those supported by your Mac and the projector, changing the DIP switch on
a Mac adapter may bounce an image slightly or may display nothing. Should this happen, set the DIP switch to
the 13" fixed mode and then restart your Mac. After that, restore the DIP switches to a displayable mode and then
restart the Mac again.
NOTE: A Video Adapter cable manufactured by Apple Computer is needed for a MacBook which does not have a mini D-Sub
15-pin connector.
•
Mirroring on a MacBook
* When using the projector with a MacBook, output may not be set to 1024 × 768 unless “mirroring” is off on your
MacBook. Refer to owner’s manual supplied with your Mac computer for mirroring.
•
Folders or icons are hidden on the Mac screen
Folders or icons may not be seen on the screen. Should this happen, select [View] → [Arrange] from the Apple
menu and arrange icons.
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❾ PC Control Codes and Cable Connection
PC Control Codes
Function
Code Data
POWER ON
02H00H00H00H00H02H
POWER OFF
02H01H00H00H00H03H
INPUT SELECT HDMI1
02H03H00H00H02H01HA1HA9H
INPUT SELECT HDMI2
02H03H00H00H02H01HA2HAAH
INPUT SELECT DisplayPort
02H03H00H00H02H01HA6HAEH
INPUT SELECT COMPUTER
02H03H00H00H02H01H01H09H
INPUT SELECT HDBaseT
02H03H00H00H02H01HBFHC7H
PICTURE MUTE ON
02H10H00H00H00H12H
PICTURE MUTE OFF
02H11H00H00H00H13H
SOUND MUTE ON
02H12H00H00H00H14H
SOUND MUTE OFF
02H13H00H00H00H15H
NOTE: Contact your local dealer for a full list of the PC Control Codes if needed.
Cable Connection
Communication Protocol
Baud rate�����������������������������������������115200/38400/19200/9600/4800 bps
Data length��������������������������������������8 bits
Parity�����������������������������������������������No parity
Stop bit��������������������������������������������1 bit
X on/off��������������������������������������������None
Communications procedure..............Full duplex
NOTE: Depending on the equipment, a lower baud rate may be recommended for long cable runs.
PC Control Port (D-SUB 9P)
To TxD of PC
To RxD of PC
To GND of PC
1
2
6
3
7
4
8
5
9
To RTS of PC
To CTS of PC
NOTE 1: Pins 1, 4, 6 and 9 are no used.
NOTE 2: Jumper “Request to Send” and “Clear to Send” together on both ends of the cable to simplify cable connection.
NOTE 3: For long cable runs it is recommended to set communication speed within projector menus to 9600 bps.
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ABOUT THE ASCII CONTROL COMMAND
This device supports the common ASCII Control Command for controlling our projector and monitor.
Please visit our web site for detailed information about the command.
HOW TO CONNECT WITH AN EXTERNAL DEVICE
There are two methods to connect the projector with an external device such as a computer.
① Connection thru the serial port.
Connects the projector to a computer by a serial cable (a cross cable).
② Connection via network (LAN/HDBaseT)
Connects the projector to a computer by a LAN cable.
Concerning to the type of LAN cable, please ask to your network administrator.
CONNECTION INTERFACE
① Connection thru the serial port.
Communication Protocol
Item
Baud rate
Data length
Parity bit
Stop bit
Flow control
Communications procedure
Information
115200/38400/19200/9600/4800 bps
8 bits
No parity
1 bit
None
Full duplex
② Connection via network
Communication Protocol (Connection via LAN)
Item
Communication speed
Supported standard
Information
Set automatically (10/100 Mbps)
IEEE802.3 (10BASE-T)
IEEE802.3u (100BASE-TX, Auto-Negotiation)
Use the TCP port number 7142 for transmitting and receiving command.
Communication Protocol (Connection via HDBaseT)
Item
Communication speed
Supported standard
Information
100 Mbps
IEEE802.3u (100BASE-TX, Auto-Negotiation)
Use the TCP port number 7142 for transmitting and receiving command.
PARAMETERS FOR THIS DEVICE
Input command
Input terminal
HDMI1
HDMI2
DisplayPort
COMPUTER
HDBaseT
Response
hdmi1
hdmi2
displayport
computer
hdbaset
Parameter
hdmi1 or hdmi
hdmi2
displayport or displayport1
One among computer, computer1, vga, vga1, rgb, and rgb1
hdbaset or hdbaset1
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Status command
Response
error:cover
error:temp
error:fan
error:light
error:system
warning:light
warning:filter
Error Status
Lamp cover trouble
Temperature error
Fan trouble
Light source trouble
System trouble
Under the grace period of lamp replacement
Filter replacement
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❿ Troubleshooting Check List
Before contacting your dealer or service personnel, check the following list to be sure repairs are needed also by
referring to the “Troubleshooting” section in your user’s manual. This checklist below will help us solve your problem
more efficiently.
* Print this page and the next page for your check.
Frequency of occurrence □ always □ sometimes (How often?_____________________) □ other (__________________)
Power
□ No power (POWER indicator does not light blue). See also “Status
Indicator (STATUS)”.
□ Power cord’s plug is fully inserted into the wall outlet.
□ Lamp cover is installed correctly.
□ Lamp Hours Used (lamp operation hours) was cleared after
lamp replacement.
□ No power even though you press and hold the POWER button.
□ Shut down during operation.
□ Power cord’s plug is fully inserted into the wall outlet.
□ Lamp cover is installed correctly.
□ [AUTO POWER OFF] is turned off (only models with the [AUTO
POWER OFF] function).
□ [OFF TIMER] is turned off (only models with the [OFF TIMER]
function).
Video and Audio
□ No image is displayed from your PC or video equipment to the
projector.
□ Still no image even though you connect the projector to the PC
first, then start the PC.
□ Enabling your notebook PC’s signal output to the projector.
• A combination of function keys will enable/disable the external display. Usually, the combination of the “Fn” key along
with one of the 12 function keys turns the external display
on or off.
□ No image (blue or black background, no display).
□ Still no image even though you press the AUTO ADJUST button.
□ Still no image even though you carry out [RESET] in the
projector’s menu.
□ Signal cable’s plug is fully inserted into the input connector
□ A message appears on the screen.
( _____________________________________________ )
□ The source connected to the projector is active and available.
□ Still no image even though you adjust the brightness and/or
the contrast.
□ Input source’s resolution and frequency are supported by the
projector.
□ Image is too dark.
□ Remains unchanged even though you adjust the brightness
and/or the contrast.
□ Image is distorted.
□ Image appears to be trapezoidal (unchanged even though you
carry out the [KEYSTONE] adjustment).
□ Parts of the image are lost.
□ Still unchanged even though you press the AUTO ADJUST
button.
□ Still unchanged even though you carry out [RESET] in the
projector’s menu.
□ Image is shifted in the vertical or horizontal direction.
□ Horizontal and vertical positions are correctly adjusted on a
computer signal.
□ Input source’s resolution and frequency are supported by the
projector.
□ Some pixels are lost.
□ Image is flickering.
□ Still unchanged even though you press the AUTO ADJUST
button.
□ Still unchanged even though you carry out [RESET] in the
projector’s menu.
□ Image shows flickering or color drift on a computer signal.
□ Still unchanged even though you change [FAN MODE] from
[HIGH ALTITUDE] to [AUTO].
□ Image appears blurry or out of focus.
□ Still unchanged even though you checked the signal’s resolution
on PC and changed it to projector’s native resolution.
□ Still unchanged even though you adjusted the focus.
□ No sound.
□ Audio cable is correctly connected to the audio input of the
projector.
□ Still unchanged even though you adjusted the volume level.
□ AUDIO OUT is connected to your audio equipment (only models
with the AUDIO OUT connector).
Other
□ Remote control does not work.
□ No obstacles between the sensor of the projector and the
remote control.
□ Projector is placed near a fluorescent light that can disturb the
infrared remote controls.
□ Batteries are new and are not reversed in installation.
□ Buttons on the projector cabinet do not work (only models with the
[CONTROL PANEL LOCK] function)
□ [CONTROL PANEL LOCK] is not turned on or is disabled in
the menu.
□ Still unchanged even though you press and hold the INPUT
button for a minimum of 10 seconds.
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In the space below please describe your problem in detail.
Information on application and environment where your projector is used
Projector
Model number:
Serial No.:
Date of purchase:
Lamp operating time (hours):
Eco Mode:
Information on input signal:
Horizontal synch frequency
Vertical synch frequency
Synch polarity
Synch type
Signal cable
Standardorothermanufacturer’scable?
Model number:
Distribution amplifier
Model number:
Switcher
Model number:
Adapter
Model number:
□ OFF □ ON
[ ] kHz
[ ] Hz
H □ (+) □ (−)
V □ (+) □ (−)
□ Separate □ Composite
□ Sync on Green
Length:
inch/m
Installation environment
Screen size:
inch
Screen type: □ White matte □ Beads □ Polarization
□ Wide angle □ High contrast
Indicator Message:
□ POWER
Blinks in □ Blue □ Green □ Orange □ Red
[
] cycles
Lights in □ Blue □ Green □ Orange □ Red
□ STATUS
Blinks in □ Blue □ Green □ Orange □ Red
[
] cycles
Lights in □ Blue □ Green □ Orange □ Red
□ LAMP
Blinks in □ Blue □ Green □ Orange □ Red
[
] cycles
Lights in □ Blue □ Green □ Orange □ Red
Remote control model number:
Throw distance:
feet/inch/m
Orientation: □ Ceiling mount □ Desktop
Power outlet connection:
□ Connected directly to wall outlet
□ Connected to power cord extender or other (the
number of connected equipment______________)
□ Connected to a power cord reel or other (the number
of connected equipment______________)
Computer
Manufacturer:
Model number:
Notebook PC □ / Desktop □
Native resolution:
Refresh rate:
Video adapter:
Projector
Other:
PC
Video equipment
Blu-ray player
VCR, Blu-ray player, Video camera, Video game or other
Manufacturer:
Model number:
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8. Appendix
⓫ REGISTER YOUR PROJECTOR! (for residents in the United
States, Canada, and Mexico)
Pleasetaketimetoregisteryournewprojector.ThiswillactivateyourlimitedpartsandlaborwarrantyandInstaCare
serviceprogram.
Visit our web site at www.dukaneav.com clickonsupportcenter/registerproductandsubmityourcompletedform
online.
DUKANE CORP AV SERVICE DEPT
2900 Dukane Drive
St Charles, IL 60174
800-676-2487
800/ 630-762Fax 630-584-5156
[email protected]
www.dukaneav.com
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