LCOS Projector WUX5800/WUX6700/WUX7500

LCOS Projector WUX5800/WUX6700/WUX7500
1. Main Features
< Product lineup >
● WUX 5800: WUXGA resolution , 5800 lm , lamp light source
● WUX 6700: WUXGA resolution , 6700 lm , lamp light source
● WUX 7500: WUXGA resolution , 7500 lm , lamp light source
< Common specifications to all three models >
●Integration of AISYS illumination optical processor, Chalcedony image processor, and LCOS panel system
technologies
●Support for numerous interfaces including HDMI, DisplayPort, HDBaseT, and DVI-I
●Improved video visibility
●Supports service apps (Canon Service Tool for PJ )
・iOS application is used to establish a Wi-Fi connection with the projector, and enables remote control
operations and projector status management easily.
●Built-in RTC(Real-Time Clock)
・Scheduler function that can be configured to perform actions, such as starting or shutting down the
projector at specified times.
・Improved information accessibility through log information linking
●Low-delay playback with no more than 1.0 frame of delay
●Low noise at 27 dB
●sRGB coverage 90% or higher
●Spigot lens mount
・A new single-action replaceable projection lens mount to ensure expandability for future projection lens
with new functions
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2. Specifications
2-1. Basic specifications
1.Product classification
Item name
Image device, number
Projection lens
Projector
Reflective LCD panel (LCOS), 3 panels
Detachable
2.Image device
Number of pixels
Display size
Aspect ratio
1920×1200 (WUXGA)
0.71 type
16:10
3.Light source
Type
Super high pressure lamp for projectors
Power consumption
4.Images
Optical system
Dichroic mirror and PBS color separation-combination system
Light output
* When the image mode is set to presentation
* When standard type is used for the projection lens
WUX5800: 5800/5200/4500 lm
WUX6700: 6700/5200/4500 lm
WUX7500: 7500/5200/4500 lm
** Changed with the lamp mode setting
Full power / power saver 1 / power saver 2
The luminance values for modes other than Full power are
calculated and are not guaranteed as specifications
Marginal lumination ratio
* When standard type is used for the projection lens
90%
Contrast ratio
* All white : all black
* When standard type is used for the projection lens
Not disclosed
2000:1 (The lamp light is decreased at all black display.)
Native
Lamp control “On”
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WUX5800: 343/300/262 W
WUX6700: 386/300/262 W
WUX7500: 430/300/262 W
** Changed with the lamp mode setting
Full power / power saver 1 / power saver 2
Electronic zoom
Maximum 12x (for length)
Keystone correction
Vertical direction
± 20°
Horizontal direction ± 20°
5.Terminals and I/O signals (1)
DVI-I
Digital PC input
Analog PC input
HDMI
Digital PC input
Digital video input
DisplayPort
WUXGA,UXGA,WSXGA+,SXGA+,WXGA+,FWXGA,WXGA,SXGA
,XGA,SVGA,VGA
WUXGA,UXGA,WSXGA+,SXGA+,WXGA+,FWXGA,WXGA,SXGA
,XGA,SVGA,VGA
WUXGA,UXGA,WSXGA+,SXGA+,WXGA+,FWXGA,WXGA,SXGA
,XGA,SVGA,VGA
1080p,1080i,720p,576p,480p
**Audio input supported
Equivalent to the HDMI terminal
* The details of digital PC signals are different between DVI-I and
HDMI/DisplayPort.
Mini Dsub15
Analog PC input
Component video input
RJ-45
HDBaseT input
Network connection
USB Type A
USB data transmission
6. Terminals and I/O signals (2)
Mini jack
Mini jack
Mini jack
Dsub9
RS-232 connection
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WUXGA,UXGA,WSXGA+,SXGA+,WXGA+,FWXGA,WXGA,SXGA
,XGA,SVGA,VGA
1080p,1080i,720p,576p,576i,480p,480i
*Switched automatically between HDBaseT and general network
Image, audio, control and network (100BASE-TX)
** Equivalent to the image and audio of HDMI/DisplayPort
Network (100BASE-TX)
NMPJ screen transfer (CANON original protocol)
JPEG still image
Firmware version up
Audio input
Audio output
Wired remote connection
User command
Firmware version up
7.Mechanics
Lens shift
Lens mount
Spigot type
Adjustable feet
Four locations on the bottom
Extension length: 14.6 mm
Maximum angle of inclination: ±1.8°
Dimensions
Weight
W: 480 mm, H: 196 mm, D: 515 mm
Approx. 13 kg
Noise level
WUX5800: 35/29/27 dB
WUX6700: 37/29/27 dB
WUX7500: 40/29/27 dB
** Changed with the lamp mode setting
Full power / power saver 1 / power saver 2
8.Others
Infra-red receiver
Built-in speaker
Power supply
Power consumption
Standby power
Operation environment
Storage environment
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Electric powered
Amount of lens shift
** When standard type is used for the projection lens
** When the lens shift mode is set to normal
Vertical direction
+55%/-15%
Horizontal direction +10%/-10%
One in the front and one in the back
Monaural audio: 1 W
AC100-240 V, 50/60 Hz
WUX5800: 455/385/350 W
WUX6700: 495/390/355 W
WUX7500: 555/390/355 W
** Changed with the lamp mode setting
Full power / power saver 1 / power saver 2
1.6~0.28 W
** Changed with the network and other settings
0℃ - 40℃ , 20%RH - 85%RH
-20℃ - 60℃
2-2. Installation Specifications
(1) Projection specifications
These products can handle different projection conditions by changing the projection lens.
The projection specifications for using the different projection lenses are detailed in a separate document.
This document will only provide an outline.
The following figure shows the projection distances when the projection lens is changed.
** For the product names of the projection lenses, refer to the name assignment notification.
** Use this information with caution because the release period may vary depending on the projection lens
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
Ultra Long Zoom
Long Zoom
Standard Zoom
Wide Zoom
Short Fixed
Ultra Wide
The unit of the horizontal axis is meter. The projection lens projects 100-inch images in the indicated range.
Optical zoom is possible with the top four lenses. The bottom two lenses have a fixed focal length, without
optical zoom.
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Projection lens
Image [inches]
Projection distance[m]
Ultra Long Zoom
60-600
4.6-89.0
Long Zoom
40-600
1.9-48.5
Standard Zoom
40-600
1.3-29.0
Wide Zoom
40-600
0.9-19.5
Short Fixed
40-300
0.69-5.17
Ultra Wide
40-300
0.45-3.51
(2) Adjustable feet
Four adjustable feet are provided on the bottom of the
product.
The length of these feet can be adjusted to minimize the
horizontal tilt of the image projected on the screen.
Adjustable feet
The adjustable feet are detachable, and the screw holes for
them are also used to install suspension fittings.
Rotate the adjustable feet to adjust their lengths.
Extension
Rotation
The maximum extension length of each leg is 14.6
mm.
Note that if the adjustable feet are turned beyond the
extension length, they come off.
The front-to-back angle of this product can be
adjusted in the range of ±1.8 degrees relative to the
surface that the product is placed on.
** The figure is for explanation only and different from the actual product shape.
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(3) Lens shift system
This product has a lens shift system that can move the image position vertically and horizontally.
It is electrically driven through buttons on the projector or remote.
The lens shift range is as follows:
●Lens shift mode: Normal
Projection lens
Direction
Amount of lens shift
Lens shift ratio
Ultra Long Zoom
Long Zoom
Standard Zoom
Wide Zoom
Vertical
Horizontal
55% / -15%
10% / -10%
10.5:-0.5 / 3.5:6.5
4:6 / 6:4
Short Fixed
Vertical
Horizontal
11.3% / -11.3%
4.6% / -4.6%
6.13:3.87 / 3.87:6.13
4.54:5.46 / 5.46:4.54
Ultra Wide
Vertical
Horizontal
75% / -15%
30% / -30%
1.25:-2.5 / 3.5:6.5
8:2 / 2:8
Moving to the maximum positions in both vertical and horizontal directions will cause the guaranteed
optical performance range to be exceeded.
This product is a system that only allows the lens to be shifted within the guaranteed optical performance
range.
The range of movement (guaranteed optical performance range) is illustrated later in a figure.
●Lens shift mode: Expanded
Projection lens
Direction
Amount of lens shift
Lens shift ratio
Ultra Long Zoom
Long Zoom
Standard Zoom
Wide Zoom
Short Fixed
Ultra Wide
Vertical
Horizontal
90% / -90%
30% / -30%
14:-4 / -4:14
8:2 / 2:8
With this setting, the lens can be shifted to the maximum positions vertically and horizontally, ignoring the
guaranteed optical performance range.
** Amount of lens shift is an approximate calculated value.
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●Area in which the image can be moved (Lens shift mode: Normal))
The following figure shows the area in which the image can be moved (guaranteed optical performance
range) of this product.
The light gray area excluding the four corners is the guaranteed optical performance range.
○RS-SL01ST(Standard Zoom Lens)、RS-SL02LZ(Long Zoom Lens)、RS-SL04UL(Ultra Long
Zoom Lens)、RS-SL05WZ(Wide Zoom)
○RS-SL03WF(Short Fixed Lens)
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○RS-SL06W(Ultra Wide Lens)
●Notes (Lens shift mode: Expanded)
Moving the image outside the guaranteed optical performance range may cause shade to appear in the
corner area of the image.
We recommend that you do not use the product in this manner but rather adjust the installation position so
that the image is within the guaranteed range.
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2-5. Installation direction
●360°projection
This product is free to install at any of the 360 degrees in the direction of rotation shown in the figure.
In other words, the product supports projection right above or below for digital signage.
○ Installation orientation that is not allowed
The product cannot be installed with the side panel facing down as shown in figure A.
Fig. A
Not allowed
Fig. B Allowed
±10°
Products that use discharge lamps for their light source have limitations in how they can be installed. This is
because discharge lamps by their nature have certain orientations that they cannot be used in. Using this
product in the orientation shown in figure A can cause the lamp to malfunction.
The product must be used within the range shown in figure B.
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2-6. Image signal
(1)Supported image signal type
This product can display the following image signals.
●DVI input
Signal
Type
640×480
720×480
720×576
800×600
1024×768
1280×720
1280×800
1280×1024
1366×768
1400×1050
1440×900
1600×900
1600×1200
1680×1050
1920×1080
1920×1200
1920×1080
PsF
●HDMI input, DisplayPort input
H freq.
[kHz]
31.469
31.469
31.250
37.879
48.363
37.500
45.000
49.702
49.306
63.981
47.712
64.744
65.317
55.935
55.469
60.000
75.000
64.674
65.290
27.000
56.250
67.500
74.038
27.000
28.125
33.750
V freq.
[Hz]
59.940
59.940
50.000
60.317
60.004
50.000
60.000
59.810
59.910
60.020
59.790
59.948
59.978
59.887
59.901
60.000
60.000
59.883
59.954
24.000
50.000
60.000
59.950
24.000
25.000
30.000
Dot clock
[MHz]
25.175
27.000
27.000
40.000
65.000
74.250
74.250
83.500
71.000
108.000
85.500
101.000
121.750
106.500
88.750
108.000
162.000
119.000
146.250
74.250
148.500
148.500
154.000
74.25
74.25
74.25
Signal
Type
640×480
800×600
1024×768
1280×800
1280×1024
1366×768
1400×1050
1440×900
1600×900
1600×1200
1680×1050
1920×1200
480p
576p
720p
1080i
1080p
H freq.
[kHz]
31.469
37.879
48.363
49.702
49.306
63.981
47.712
64.744
65.317
55.935
55.469
60.000
75.000
64.674
65.290
74.038
V freq.
[Hz]
59.940
60.317
60.004
59.810
59.910
60.020
59.790
59.948
59.978
59.887
59.901
60.000
60.000
59.883
59.954
59.950
Dot clock
[MHz]
25.175
40.000
65.000
83.500
71.000
108.000
85.500
101.000
121.750
106.500
88.750
108.000
162.000
119.000
146.250
154.000
31.469
31.250
37.500
45.000
28.125
33.750
27.000
56.250
67.500
59.940
50.000
50.000
60.000
50.000
60.000
24.000
50.000
60.000
27.000
27.000
74.250
74.250
74.250
74.250
74.250
148.500
148.500
●HDBaseT input
The same resolutions and frequencies indicated for HDM/DisplayPortI input in the above table can be
displayed.
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●Analog PC input (1, 2)
Signal
Type
640×480
720×480
720×576
800×600
848×480
1024×768
1280×768
1280×800
1280×960
1280×1024
1366×768
1400×1050
1440×900
1600×900
1600×1200
1680×1050
1920×1080
1920×1200
H freq.
[kHz]
31.469
31.469
31.250
37.879
31.020
48.363
47.776
47.396
49.702
49.306
60.000
63.981
47.712
64.744
65.317
55.935
55.469
60.000
75.000
64.674
65.290
56.250
67.500
74.038
●Component video input
V freq.
[Hz]
59.940
59.940
50.000
60.317
60.000
60.004
59.870
59.995
59.810
59.910
60.000
60.020
59.790
59.948
59.978
59.887
59.901
60.000
60.000
59.883
59.954
50.000
60.000
59.950
Dot clock
[MHz]
25.175
27.000
27.000
40.000
33.750
65.000
79.500
68.250
83.500
71.000
108.000
108.000
85.500
101.000
121.750
106.500
88.750
108.000
162.000
119.000
146.250
148.500
148.500
154.000
Signal
Type
480i
480p
576i
576p
720p
1080i
1080p
1080PsF
H freq.
[kHz]
15.734
31.469
15.625
31.250
37.500
45.000
28.125
33.750
56.250
67.500
27.000
28.125
33.750
V freq.
[Hz]
59.940
59.940
50.000
50.000
50.000
60.000
50.000
60.000
50.000
60.000
24.000
25.000
30.000
Dot clock
[MHz]
13.500
27.000
13.500
27.000
74.250
74.250
74.250
74.250
148.500
148.500
74.25
74.25
74.25
**IfthedotclockoftheanalogPCsignalishigherthan162MHz,imagewillnotbeprojected
properly.
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●USB image input (for still images only)
When a USB memory containing image data is inserted to the USB terminal, the unit can project the
image data as an image.
File type
Format
Maximum pixels
JPEG
Baseline DCT
10912x8640
Image data other than JPEG format cannot be used, and the maximum number of pixel for a picture is
10912x8640.
The unit supports only the most commonly-used format, and other formats are not supported, as shown
below:
Support
Yes
No
No
No
Format
Baseline DCT
Extended Sequential DCT
Progressive DCT
Lossless DPCM Spatial
** Digital zoom cannot be controlled on the screen for selecting the picture.
To set the slide show view of the USB image input, use the image setup menu.
To display the image of the USB image input, use the USB file browser.
●NMPJ and network image input (for still images only)
Network multi projection (NMPJ) is a function that enables the projector to receive computer screen
information over a network and project it.
This function can be used by installing the NMPJ program in the computer.
・Obtaining NMPJ
The program is provided for free.
The method to obtain the program varies depending on the country or region, but it is mainly
downloaded from the service webpage.
・NMPJ operation
When NMPJ is executed on a computer, the screen information is sent as data consisting of
consecutive still images to the projector over a network using Canon’s original protocol.
The resolution of the still image data is converted to match the number of pixels of the projector’s
image device (LCOS) before the data is output.
・Image quality setting of NMPJ
Select whether to prioritize image quality or frame rate.
High
Middle
Low
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Image quality is prioritized by reducing the frame rate.
The image is sent without compression (by maintaining the image quality).
A standard setting in which a balance between image quality and frame rate
is taken into account.
Frame rate is prioritized by reducing the image quality.
Use this setting when you want to reduce the network bandwidth being used.
・Modes of NMPJ
Four modes are available. Each mode is different in the number of computers and projectors that can
be connected and the functions that can be used.
Mode
Direct
Meeting
Classroom
Broadcast
PC
1
10
10
1
PJ
1
6
6
12
・Version of NMPJ
Because there are different versions, check the NMPJ manual for compatibility issues.
●Precautions when inputting analog PC signals.
If inputting analog PC signals, it is necessary to take the following precautions.
①This product does not support image signals with a dot clock of over 162MHz due to hardware
restrictions.
②Normally, image output equipment, such as computers, automatically read the EDID information from
the projector, and output image signals that can be displayed by the projector.
③However, depending on the cable that is used, there may be cases where conduction lines for
communicating EDID information are not installed in the cable.
The following is the pin layout for a Dsub15 connector.
A cable with conduction lines for Nos. 9, 12, and 15 is necessary.
Unless there are conductions lines for these pins, the image output equipment will not be able to obtain
EDID information from the projector, and will output image signals that cannot be displayed by the
projector.
④Even if a 5BNC cable is used, EDID information is not communicated, and settings must be specified on
the output equipment side so that image signals that can be displayed by this product are output.
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(2) Internal functions
●HDCP
This product is an HDCP compliant image device.
The digital image signals for HDCP contents that are encrypted and sent from digital devices connected
to the HDMI terminal, DisplayPort terminal and DVI terminal can be displayed.
It can also be displayed in image signals transmitted through HDBaseT.
・The product’s HDCP version
The version is 1.4 for HDMI and DVI and 1.3 for DisplayPort.
HDBaseT is supported up to version 1.4.
● Frame lock function
Depending on the input signal’s frequency, commonly-used display devices may not be able to
synchronize the input signal’s frame with LCD’s frame, thereby showing a mixture of successive 2
frames.
The following illustrates how this mixture of frames (image shift) occurs. Numbers ① to ③ indicates
the order in which these images appeared.
①
②
③
In this example, a composite image ② appeared when an object moved from right to left, which is a
combination of the frames before and after the movement.
This function synchronizes the LCD’s frame with that of input signal to prevent this kind of frame
mixture, and it is effective for input signals of 23 to 31 Hz and 47 to 62 Hz.
For frequencies other than these ranges, a different process takes effect in place of Frame Lock
(synchronization) to ensure that a single frame appears in the entire LCD. Therefore, composite image
like ② would not appear even in those cases.
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2-7. States of this product
(1) States
The product states can be categorized as follows:
State (*1)
No Power
Off (Standby)
Projection (On)
Lamp Off
Error
Pre-warning
High temperature
Pre-warning
Lamp replacement
Outline
No power is being supplied from outside.
The projector does not operate at all.
Power is being supplied from outside. However, the circuit is only partially
live and the projector itself is not active.
Depending on the Network function setting, this status can be categorized
into 3 modes.
A status where the projector is used normally.
Power is being supplied to the entire circuit.
The lamp is lit, and image is projected.
Power is supplied to the entire circuit except panel circuit.
The lamp is unlit and the cooling fan is operating.
Some action changes the projector to the projection state. However, the
lamp on time is the same as actual activation.
Power is being from outside but the projector cannot be activated.
To use the projector, action should be taken according to the contents of the
error type.
If the temperature becomes almost abnormal, the projector displays the
warning of high temperature.
.This state is cleared when the temperature goes down.
If the lamp replacement conditions are almost satisfied, the projector
displays the warning of the lamp replacement.
This state is cleared when the lamp counter for replacement is reset.
(2) Type of Error
Each error state is defined as below.
Error name
Temperature
abnormality
Outline
・The internal temperature is abnormally high.
・The outside air temperature is higher than specified.
・Malfunction of thermal sensor
Faulty lamp
・The lamp is out of life.
・The lamp drive circuit is faulty.
Faulty lamp cover
・The lamp cover is not closed.
Faulty air filter unit
・No air filter is attached.
Faulty cooling fan
・The cooling fan does not operate normally.
Faulty power supply
・The supply voltage is abnormal.
・Other abnormal is occurred.
Faulty lens
・The lens unit is not connected correctly.
** Each error state may be caused by a fault other than the above.
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2-8. HDBaseT specificqation
This product’s HDBaseT supports transmission of image signals and network data.
In addition, as a general standard of HDBaseT, these can be transmitted simultaneously.
Many of the transmitters sold in the market are equipped with HDMI input terminals and network input
terminals.
(1) Outline
An HDBaseT connection is typically achieved in the following form.
●Image signals (When connection ① uses an HDMI cable)
②
①
③
Network cable
Output device
Transmitter
Receiver
Display device
(1)Imagesignalisappliedfromanoutputdevicetoatransmitter.
(2)ThetransmitterconvertstheimagesignalintoHDBaseTandoutputsit.
(3)AreceiverreceivestheHDBaseTsignal,convertsitintoHDMI,andoutputsit.
(4)AdisplaydevicedisplaystheHDMIsignal.
●Network communication (When connection ① uses a network cable)
①
③
②
Network cable
Network
Transmitter
Receiver
Display device
(1)Networkdataisappliedfromthenetwork(*1)toatransmitter.
(2)ThetransmitterconvertsthenetworkdataintoHDBaseTandoutputsit.
(3)AreceiverreceivestheHDBaseTsignal,convertsitintonetworkdata,andoutputsit.
(4)Likewise,networkdatafromthedisplaydeviceistransmittedtotheoutputdevicethroughanopposite
path.
*1: Use in a secure network environment.
One of the features of this product is the built-in receiver. Therefore, there is no need to have a separate
receiver.
●Compatibility with transmitters
If the compatibility between this product and the HDBaseT transmitter is not sufficiently ensured, use the
product with the standby power set to “Normal”.
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(2)Cables and Transmission Distance
HDBaseT connections may be subject to transmission distance limitations depending on the type of network
cables and transmitters used.
Below is an actual example of what happened when a certain transmitter was used.
Band width
(example of
signal)
Cable type
Transmitting
distance
1.65Gbps or more
(1080p/60 @12bit)
Under 1.65Gbps
(1080p/60@8bit,1080p/24@12bit)
CAT5e
CAT6/CAT7
70m
100m
Cable type
Transmitting
distance
CAT5e
70m
As shown here, adequate transmission distance for handling signals with large amount of data may not be
attainable depending on the combination of the equipment and cable used. We recommend that shielded cables
be used.
(3)Image Signal Quality
Because of the structural nature of the network cable, an HDBaseT signal is transmitted in parallel over four
physically separated transmission lines.
Each transmission line has a stability index value [dB]. This product detects the four values and calculates the
total.
Based on this value, the product judges the quality as follows.
Index
Display
(color)
Judgment
100-60
Green
Use recommended
59-40
Yellow
Use not recommended
39-0
Red
Not usable
(4)Network via HDBaseT
There is essentially no difference in the communication quality as compared to a normal network.
NMPJ can be used in the same manner.
(5)Settings and stand-by power consumption
The standby power varies depending on the settings of serial communication, standby power setting and
network settings as follows:
Wired network
Standby power setting
Normal
On
Low power
Off
-
Serial communication
Standby power
Service port
HDBaseT
Service port
HDBaseT
Service port
HDBaseT
(Not disclosed)
(Not disclosed)
1.6 W
1.6 W
0.28 W
1.5 W
** When wireless network is set to “On”, the standby power is set to “Normal”.
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2-9. Wireless specification
(1)Main specification
Transmission
standards
Transmission
distance
Wi-Fi
certification
WPS
Encryption
Connection mode
IEEE 802.11b
IEEE 802.11g
IEEE 802.11n
About 25 m
When no electric wave interference from the perimeter and when clear viewing to
the access point
Acquired
Support: Push button method (PBC), PIN code method (PIN)
Open
WEP
WPA-PSK TKIP
WPA-PSK AES
WPA2-PSK TKIP
WPA2-PSK AES
Infrastructure mode
PjAP mode
(2)Connection modes and Functions
Mode
Conection method
Usable
Not usable
Infrastructure
WPS (PBC, PIN)/ manual
NMPJ
User command
Control with the browser
Mail
SNMP
PJLink / AMX / Crestron RoomView
Firmware update
PjAP
Manual
NMPJ
User command
Control with the browser
Mail
SNMP
PJLink/AMX/Crestron RoomView
Firmware update
(3)Auto Search
When wireless communication is already configured, this product operates in the following manner
depending on the connection mode.
Mode
Working (*1)
Infrastructure
Connected with the last connection
destination and earlier destinations (*2)
PjAP
The product starts operating as an
access point according to the set profile
(SSID and the like).
*1: (1) When the projector is started with the wireless network function set to “On”.
(2) When the wireless network function is set to “on” in the projector operating.
*2: This document omits the details of the search scope and procedure.
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3. Accessories
Main
Supplied
Accessories
Remote Control
RS-RC07
Power supply: DC 3.0V (with two AAA battery)
Communication range:
approx. 8 m within ±25
degrees of the receiver
Power code
Connects the unit to a power source.
Computer cable
(only for J destination)
mini Dsub15-mini Dsub15
This is used for connection with computer.
This transmits analog PC signals.
Ceiling Attachment
RS-CL15 (*1)
This is used for ceiling mount.
Ceiling Attachment Arm
RS-CL17 (*2)
This is used for ceiling mount.
Ceiling Pipe 400-600mm
RS-CL08
The RS-CL08 is used in combination with the RS-CL15
to suspend the projector at a distance below the ceiling.
Optional Parts
Ceiling Pipe 600-1000mm
RS-CL09
The RS-CL09 is used in combination with the RS-CL15
to suspend the projector at a distance below the ceiling.
Remote Control
RS-RC07
Same as the supplied remote.
Remote Control
RS-RC05
Power supply: DC 3.0V (with two AA battery)
Communication range:
approx. 8 m within ±25
degrees of the receiver
Allows for wireline connection (*3)
Lamp Assembly
RS―LP12
Super High Pressure Lamp for projectors
Recommended lamp replacement time (*4)
Replacement
Parts
Replacement air filter
RS-FL05
This filter is installed at the air intake to prevent dust
from entering.
*1: Do not attach a difference model’s attachment. The size and the weight of a product are different from other modes.
Consult a building professional before attempting to mount the projector to a ceiling.
*2: RS-CL15 and RS-CL17 are used together to mount this projector on a ceiling.
*3: Uses a commercially available audio cable (3.5Ф stereo mini-plug) for cable connection.
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Ultra Long Zoom Lens
RS-SL04UL
Focal length
53.6 – 105.6 mm
Zoom ratio
1.95x
Distance for 100 type 7.64 – 14.94 m
Long Zoom Lens
RS-SL02LZ
Focal length
34.0 – 57.7 mm
Zoom ratio
1.7x
Distance for 100 type 4.72 – 8.05 m
Standard Zoom Lens
RS-SL01ST
Focal length
23.0 – 34.5 mm
Zoom ratio
1.5x
Distance for 100 type 3.21 – 4.82 m
Wide Zoom Lens
RS-SL05WZ
Focal length
15.56 – 23.34 mm
Zoom ratio
1.5x
Distance for 100 type 2.15 – 3.23 m
Short Fixed Lens
RS-SL03WF
Focal length
12.8 mm
Zoom ratio
No optical zoom
Distance for 100 type 1.73 m
Ultra Wide Lens
RS-SL06WZ
Focal length
8.39 mm
Zoom ratio
No optical zoom
Distance for 100 type 1.16 m
Projection lens
** For the product names of the projection lenses, refer to the name assignment notification.
** Use this information with caution because the release period may vary depending on the projection lens.
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4. Product Appearance
4-1. Outline Drawings
515
240
196 175
102
480
Dimensions
Lens center
Weight
W: 480 mm, H: 196 mm, D: 515 mm
240 mm from the left side (*1)
102 mm from the installed surface
Approx. 13 kg (28.6 lbs)
*1: The panel that a lens is mounted on is considered the front panel.
(The figure above shows the top, front, and left views.)
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( 18.9 x 7.7 x 20.3 inch )
●Screw holes for ceiling mount: 4 (M4)
38.8
451.7
24.5
430.1
These screw holes normally have adjustable feet attached to them. If the product is to be suspended from the ceiling, the
adjustable feet need to be removed.
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4-2. Part Names
①Power cord connector
①Power cord
②Infrared remote receiver
②Infrared rem
③Lens unit
③Lens unit
(sold separa
④Air filter frame
④Air intake ve
⑤Side control
⑤Side control
⑥Terminals and connectors
⑥Terminals an
⑦Anti-theft lock hole
⑦Anti-theft loc
⑧LED indicator
⑧LED indicato
⑨Exhaust vent
⑨Exhaust ven
⑩Infrared remote receive
⑩Infrared rem
⑪Lamp cover
⑪Air filter fram
⑫Air filter frame
⑬Adjustable feet
⑫Adjustable fe
⑭Security bar
⑬Security bar
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4-3. Terminals
Terminal
Signal
Image input
⑤
⑥
⑦
⑧
①
⑩
DisplayPort
HDMI
DVI-I
Mini Dsub15
RJ-45
USB type A
Digital PC / Digital video
Digital PC / Digital video
Digital PC / Analog PC1
Analog PC2 / Component video
HDBaseT/network
USB connection
Audio input
③
Mini jack
Stereo audio
Audio output
②
Mini jack
Stereo audio
Control
⑨
④
Dsub9
Mini jack
RS-232 connection
Wired remote control connection
●Wireline connection for the remote
The unit can be operated by a wired remote RS-RC05 (option).
When a cable is connected to the unit’s remote terminal, the unit switches to a mode in which no infrared signal
is accepted, so that the unit would not respond to other remote.
In addition, when a cable is connected to the wireline connection terminal on the remote, the remote also
switches to a mode in which no infrared signal is transmitted.
When the remote is wired, the user does not have to make the channel settings on the unit or the remote.
**Note:
If the cable connecting the unit and the remote breaks, the unit will become inoperable from any remote.
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4-4. Indicators and Control buttons
Illuminate to indicate the projector state.
POWER ON
(Green)
STAND BY
(Red)
WARNING
(Red)
LIGHT
(Orange)
TEMP
(Red)
Lit
Projection state
Blinking
Initializing (Off → On), lamp-off state
Off
Other than above
Lit
Off state
Blinking
Shutting down (Off → Off) , lamp-off state
Off
Other than above
Lit
Error state
Blinking
Error state
Off
No error state
Lit
Light source error (*1)
Blinking
(Not available)
Off
Other than above
Lit
Temperature error (*1)
Blinking
When a temperature error condition is imminent
Off
Other than above
By the combination of indicator states, various other states are indicated.
For details, refer to the user's manual.
*1: [Warning] lights together.
Control the projector by button operation.
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①
POWER
Turns the power supply on or off.
②
INPUT
Displays a select screen of input signal for projection.
③
LENS
Changes the display to the focus, zoom, or lens shift adjustment screen each time the
button is pressed.
④
MENU
Displays a menu screen.
⑤
Direction / VOL
Adjust the volume. (Right and left only)
Move the pointer vertically or horizontally on a menu screen or other
⑥
OK
Confirms a state selected on a menu screen or other.
4-5. Remote Control
The supplied remote RS-RC05can be used either through wired or wireless (infrared signal) connection.
●Same operations as the unit operations
[POWER]
[INPUT]
[MENU]
[←] [→] [↑] [↓]
[VOL (+ -)]
[OK]
Power (On/Off)
Changing of input signal
Menu
Direction (Moving)
Volume adjustment
OK
●Operations available only on the remote
[D.ZOOM]
Digital zoom
[1]~[9]
Input numbers
[MUTE]
[Fn]
Mute
The split screen function can be
assigned.
[FOCUS]
Focus/Marginal focus
[ZOOM]
Zoom adjustment
[LENS SHIFT]
[EXIT]
Lens shift adjustment
Clears a temporary condition
Closes menu screen
Specific input signals can be
assigned.
H-V keystone
Corner adjustment
Channel setting of remote
Freeze
Blank
[INPUT (A,B,C)]
[KEYSTONE]
[Ch]
[FREEZE]
[BLANK]
●Operations also available from the menu screen on the unit
[ASPECT]
[TEST PATTERN]
[SPLIT]
[AUTO PC]
[IMAGE]
Aspect selection
Test pattern
Split screen
Auto PC execution
Image mode selection
Channel settings on the remote
Ch1
Press and hold [Ch] and [1] buttons for 3 seconds at the same time
Ch2
Press and hold [Ch] and [2] buttons for 3 seconds at the same time
Ch3
Press and hold [Ch] and [3] buttons for 3 seconds at the same time
Ch4
Press and hold [Ch] and [4] buttons for 3 seconds at the same time
Independent
Press and hold [Ch] and [0] buttons for 3 seconds at the same time
A remote set to “Independent ” can control any projector ignoring the projectors’ channel settings.
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5. Precautions For Use
●Do not look into the projection lens while it is projecting.
The projector emits very bright light, which may damage your vision.
●Do not place objects in front of the lens while projecting.
Objects may heat up and burn if exposed to the concentrated light of the projector for long periods.
●Do not block the vent (intake air & exhaust) while the projector is running.
Allowing heat to build up inside the unit may lead to malfunctions or risk of fire.
●Replace the lamp as soon as possible if the lamp burns out or if the replacement time is
reached.
The projector uses a high-pressure mercury lamp as its light source. This lamp degrades over time and
becomes dimmer as it is used. Furthermore, the possibility of the lamp bursting as it is used is extremely
high.
If the lamp should burst, return the projector to your local service center to have the lamp replaced and the
unit inspected.
** There is a less than half probability of the lamp bursting before the lamp replacement time is reached.
Normally it is most likely that the lamp will not burst before the replacement time. Even if the lamp does
burst, the number of hours the lamp can be used before that happens varies depending on each lamp.
Although extremely minute flaws that may occur during production have been suspected as the cause of
the individual differences in the hours of use before a lamp bursts, there is no way to predict this period
with accuracy.
●In highlands(*1) with low atmospheric pressure, use with the following setting(*2)
To prevent internal overheat, set the High-Altitude function “On”.
*1: 2300m or more above sea level
●When inputting an analog PC signal, it is recommended to use a cable that is capable of
communicating EDID information.
If EDID information is not acquired by the output equipment, image signals that are not supported by this
product may be output from the output equipment.
If this occurs, replace the cable with one that is capable of communicating EDID information, or change
the settings on the output equipment so that the output image signal is one where the dot clock is 162MHz
or less, which is supported by this product.
●About images and audio when NMPJ is used
Depending on the performance of the PC or network, the following phenomena may occur, but they do not
signify a projector malfunction.
• The image is not played back smoothly.
• Irregular misalignment occurs between the image and audio.
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