SNP-ELU520, SNP-ELH500, SNP

SNP-ELU520, SNP-ELH500, SNP

SNP-ELU520, SNP-ELH500,

SNP-ELW500 & SNP-ELX550

USER MANUAL

Table of Contents

Table of Contents ............................2

Usage Notice ...................................3

Safety Information ...............................3

Precautions .........................................4

Introduction ......................................6

Package Overview ..............................6

Product Overview ...............................7

Main Unit .............................................. 7

Control Panel ....................................... 8

Input/Output Connections .................... 9

Remote Control .................................. 10

Installation .....................................11

Connecting the Projector ..................11

Connect to Computer/Notebook ........ 11

Connect to Video Sources ................. 12

Powering the Projector On / Off ........13

Powering On the Projector ................. 13

Powering Off the Projector ................. 14

Warning Indicator ............................... 14

Adjusting the Projected Image ..........15

Adjusting the Projector�s Height ........ 15

Adjusting the Projector�s Focus ......... 16

Adjusting Projection Image Size

(Diagonal) .......................................... 17

User Controls ................................19

Control Panel & Remote Control ......19

Control Panel ..................................... 19

Remote Control .................................. 20

On-screen Display Menus ................22

How to operate ................................. 22

Picture ................................................ 23

Screen ............................................... 25

Setting ................................................ 27

Volume ............................................... 29

Options .............................................. 30

Options | Laser Settings .................... 32

3D ...................................................... 33

Blending mode ................................... 34

LAN .................................................... 35

Appendices ....................................46

Compatibility Modes .........................46

RS232 Commands and Protocol

Function List .....................................50

RS232 Port Setting ............................ 50

RS232 Signals Connection ................ 50

Commands Set List ........................... 51

Regulation & Safety Notices .............54

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Usage Notice

Safety Information

The lightning flash with arrow head within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.

The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance

(servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.

WARNING:

TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT

EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. DANGEROUS HIGH

VOLTAGES ARE PRESENT INSIDE THE ENCLOSURE. DO NOT OPEN THE

CABINET. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL ONLY.

Class B emissions limits

This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian

Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.

Important Safety Instruction

1. Do not block any ventilation openings. To ensure reliable operation of the projector and to protect from over heating, it is recommended to install the projector in a location that does not block ventilation. As an example, do not place the projector on a crowded coffee table, sofa, bed, etc. Do not put the projector in an enclosure such as a book case or a cabinet that restricts air flow.

2. Do not use the projector near water or moisture. To reduce the risk of fire and/or electric shock, do not expose the projector to rain or moisture.

3. Do not install near heat sources such as radiators, heaters, stoves or any other apparatus such as amplifiers that emits heat.

4. Clean only with dry cloth.

5. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.

6. Do not use the unit if it has been physically damaged or abused.

Physical damage/abuse would be (but not limited to):

Unit has been dropped.

Power supply cord or plug has been damaged.

Liquid has been spilled on to the projector.

Projector has been exposed to rain or moisture.

Something has fallen in the projector or something is loose inside.

Do not attempt to service the unit yourself. Opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltages or other hazards.

7. Do not let objects or liquids enter the projector. They may touch dangerous voltage points and short out parts that could result in fire or electric shock.

8. See projector enclosure for safety related markings.

9. The unit should only be repaired by appropriate service personnel.

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Usage Notice

Precautions

Please follow all warnings, precautions and maintenance as recommended in this user�s guide.

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Warning- Do not look into the projector’s lens when the lamp is on. The bright light may hurt and damage your eyes.

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Warning- To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this projector to rain or moisture.

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Warning- Please do not open or disassemble the projector as this may cause electric shock.

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Usage Notice

Do:

 Turn off and unplug the power plug from the AC outlet before cleaning the product.

 Use a soft dry cloth with mild detergent to clean the display housing.

 Disconnect the power plug from AC outlet if the product is not being used for a long period of time.

Do not:

 Block the slots and openings on the unit provided for ventilation.

 Use abrasive cleaners, waxes or solvents to clean the unit.

 Use under the following conditions:

- In extremely hot, cold or humid environments.

Sea level to 6000 feet

Extremely hot: > 35°C

Extremely cool: < 5°C

6000 feet above

Extremely hot: > 30°C

Extremely cool: < 5°C

Extremely humid: > 70% R.H. (Relative Humidity)

- In areas susceptible to excessive dust and dirt.

- Near any appliance generating a strong magnetic field.

- In direct sunlight.

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Introduction

Package Overview

Unpack and inspect the box contents to ensure all parts listed below are in the box. If something is missing, please contact your nearest customer service center.

Projector Power Cord VGA Cable

Due to different applications in each country, some regions may have different accessories.

Remote Control 2 x AAA Batteries CD-ROM

(User’s Manual)

Documentation :

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Introduction

Product Overview

Main Unit

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The interface is subject to model’s specifications.

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1. Control Panel

2. Focus Switch

3. Ventilation (inlet)

4. IR Receiver

5. Ventilation (outlet)

6. Speakers

7. Power Socket

8. Input / Output

Connections

9. Lens

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Control Panel

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1. Power LED

2. Enter

3. Temp LED

4. Lamp LED

5. Menu

6. Input

7. Four Directional Select Keys

8. Power/Standby button

9. IR Receiver

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Introduction

Input/Output Connections

F1 F2

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7 6 3 2 1

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14 15 16 8 5

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No.

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I/O

Microphone

Audio I/P

VGA I/P

Audio O/P

VGA O/P

HDMI 1

HDMI 2

RS232 DCE mini USB

USB Power

No.

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HDBaseT

I/O

LAN

AC Inlet

3D VESA

Wired Remote

12V Trigger

Kensington Lock

No.

F1

F2

I/O

HDMI

USB Power

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Introduction

Remote Control

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4.

5.

Infrared transmitter

Power On/Off

P-Source

P-Size

Four Directional Select

Keys

Exit

Menu

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7.

8.

9.

10.

Keystone (Horizontal/

Vertical)

Video Mode

Aspect

Zoom-

Re-sync

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12.

13. HDMI-2

14. P-Swap

15. P-Location

16. Enter

17. Mute

18. Volume +/-

19. Blank

20. Freeze

21. HDMI-1

22. HDBaseT

23. Zoom+

24. Dongle

25. VGA

26. P-Function

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Installation

Connecting the Projector

Connect to Computer/Notebook

Router / Net w or k S w itch

MOLEX

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Due to the difference in applications for each country, some regions may have different accessories.

(*) Optional accessory

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External

Display

Audio Output

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Microphone

1................................................................................................*RS232 Cable

2.....................................................................................................VGA Cable

3..................................................................................................*HDMI Cable

4....................................................................................................*USB Cable

5..................................................................................................*Audio Cable

6.................................................................................................. *RJ45 Cable

7....................................................................................................

Power Cord

8........................................................................................*VGA Output Cable

9......................................................................................*Audio Output Cable

10.......................................................................................*Audio Input Cable

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Connect to Video Sources

DVD Player, Set-top Box,

HDTV receiver

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Microphone

Due to the difference in applications for each country, some regions may have different accessories.

(*) Optional accessory

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4

Audio Output

1..................................................................................................*HDMI Cable

2..................................................................................................*Audio Cable

3....................................................................................................

Power Cord

4..................................................................................................*Audio Cable

5.........................................................................................*Audio Input Cable

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Installation

When the power mode is in standby mode (power con sumption < 0.5W), the VGA output/ input and audio will be deactivated when the projector is in standby.

Powering the Projector On / Off

Powering On the Projector

1. Securely connect the power cord and signal cable. When connected, the POWER/STANDBY LED will turn Red.

2. Turn on the lamp by pressing “ ” button either on the projector or on the remote. At this moment, the POWER/

STANDBY LED will now turn Blue.

The startup screen will display in approximately 10 sec onds.

3. Turn on and connect the source that you want to display on the screen (computer, notebook, video player, etc). The projector will detect the source automatically.

If you connect multiple sources at the same time, press the “INPUT” button on the control panel to switch between inputs.

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POWER/STANDBY

Turn on the projector first and then select the signal sources.

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Powering Off the Projector

1. Press the “ ” button on the remote control or on the control panel to turn off the projector.

The following message will be displayed on the screen.

Press the “ ” button again to confirm otherwise the message will disappear after 10 seconds. When you press the “ ” button for the second time, the fan will start cooling the system and will shut down.

2. The cooling fans continue to operate for about 4 seconds for cooling cycle and the POWER/STANDBY LED will flash Orange. When the POWER/STANDBY LED lights solid Orange, the projector has entered standby mode.

If you wish to turn the projector back on, you must wait until the projector has completed the cooling cycle and has entered standby mode. Once in standby mode, simply press “ ” button to restart the projector.

3. Disconnect the power cord from the electrical outlet and the projector.

Warning Indicator

Contact the nearest service center if the projector displays these symptoms.

When the warning indicators (see below) come on, the projector will automatically shutdown:

“LAMP” LED indicator is lit red and if “ POWER/STANDBY ” indicator flashes amber.

“TEMP” LED indicator is lit red, this indicates the projector has overheated. Under normal conditions, the projector can be switched back on.

“TEMP” LED indicator flashes red and if “POWER/

STANDBY ” indicator flashes amber.

Unplug the power cord from the projector, wait for 30 sec onds and try again. If the warning indicator light up again, please contact your nearest service center for assistance.

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Installation

Adjusting the Projected Image

Adjusting the Projector�s Height

The projector is equipped with elevator feet for adjusting the image height.

1. Locate the adjustable foot you wish to modify on the underside of the projector.

2. Rotate the adjustable ring clockwise to raise the projector or counter clockwise to lower it. Repeat with the remaining feet as needed.

Tilt-Adjustment Feet

Tilt-Adjustment Ring

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Adjusting the Projector�s Focus

To focus the image, slide the focus switch to left/right until the image is clear.

 XGA series: The projector will focus at distances (lens to wall) from 3.28~31.50 feet (1.00~9.60 meters).

 WXGA series: The projector will focus at distances (lens to wall) from 8.86~26.57 feet (2.70~8.10 meters).

 1080P series: The projector will focus at distances (lens to wall) from 3.28~25.92 feet (1.00~7.90 meters).

 WUXGA series: The projector will focus at distances (lens to wall) from 8.53~25.26 feet (2.60~7.70 meters).

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Focus switch

Installation

Adjusting Projection Image Size (Diagonal)

 XGA & WXGA series: Projection Image Size from 30” to 300”

(0.91~9.09 meters).

1080P & WUXGA series: Projection Image Size from 36” to

300” (1.09~9.09 meters).

Top View

Screen

Screen (W)

Projection Distance (D)

Side View

Projection Distance (D)

Screen

Screen (H)

Offset (Hd)

Width

10%

Lens shift position

20%

10%

Height

(Hd)

center of lens

(D)

Diagona l

Width

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Installation

SNP-ELX550

XGA 4:3 image size inch

Diagonal

30"

100"

150"

200"

250"

300"

R50 Image Offset

Screen Size WxH Projection Distance (D) Offset (Hd) cm inch cm inch cm inch

Width Height Width Height Wide Tele Wide Tele Wide Tele Wide Tele

61.0 45.7 24.0 18.0 100.0 170.0 39.4 66.9 24.2 24.2 9.5 9.5

203.0 152.4 79.9 60.0 320.0 570.0 126.0 224.4 56.2 56.2 22.1 22.1

305.0 228.6 120.1 90.0 480.0 850.0 189.0 334.6 79.0 79.0 31.1 31.1

406.0 304.8 159.8 120.0 640.0 1140.0 252.0 448.8 101.9 101.9 40.1 40.1

508.0 381.0 200.0 150.0 800.0 NA

610.0 457.2 240.2 180.0 960.0 NA

315.0 NA

378.0 NA

124.8 124.8 49.1 49.1

147.6 147.6 58.1 58.1

SNP-ELW500

WXGA 16:10 image size inch

Diagonal

30"

100"

150"

200"

250"

300"

Screen Size WxH cm inch

Projection Distance (D) cm inch cm

Offset (Hd) inch

Width Height Width Height Wide Tele Wide Tele Wide Tele Wide Tele

65.0 40.0 25.6 15.7 NA 140.0 NA 55.1 20.5 20.5 8.1 8.1

215.0 135.0 84.6

323.0 202.0 127.2

53.1 270.0 480.0 106.3 189.0 44.1 44.1 17.4 17.4

79.5 410.0 720.0 161.4 283.5 60.9 60.9 24.0 24.0

431.0 269.0 169.7 105.9 540.0 960.0 212.6 378.0 77.8 77.8 30.6 30.6

539.0 337.0 212.2 132.7 680.0 NA 267.7 NA 94.6 94.6 37.2 37.2

646.0 404.0 254.3 159.1 810.0 NA 318.9 NA 111.4 111.4 43.9 43.9

SNP-ELH500

1080P 16:9 image size inch

Diagonal

36"

100"

150"

200"

250"

300"

Screen Size WxH cm inch

Projection Distance (D) cm inch cm

Offset (Hd) inch

Width Height Width Height Wide Tele Wide Tele Wide Tele Wide Tele

80.0 45.0 31.5 17.7 100.0 170.0 39.4 66.9 23.9 23.9 9.4 9.4

221.0 125.0 87.0

332.0 187.0 130.7

49.2 260.0 470.0 102.4 185.0 47.8 47.8 18.8 18.8

73.6 400.0 710.0 157.5 279.5 66.5 66.5 26.2 26.2

443.0 249.0 174.4 98.0 530.0 940.0 208.7 370.1 85.2 85.2 33.5 33.5

554.0 311.0 218.1 122.4 660.0 NA 259.8 NA 103.8 103.8 40.9 40.9

664.0 374.0 261.4 147.2 790.0 NA 311.0 NA 122.5 122.5 48.2 48.2

SNP-ELU520

WUXGA 16:10 image size inch

Diagonal

36"

100"

150"

200"

250"

300"

Screen Size WxH Projection Distance (D) Offset (Hd) cm inch cm inch cm inch

Width Height Width Height Wide Tele Wide Tele Wide Tele Wide Tele

78.0 49.0 30.7 19.3 NA 170.0 NA 66.9 20.1 20.1 7.9 7.9

215.0 135.0 84.6

323.0 202.0 127.2

53.1 260.0 460.0 102.4 181.1 37.4 37.4 14.7 14.7

79.5 390.0 690.0 153.5 271.7 50.8 50.8 20.0 20.0

431.0 269.0 169.7 105.9 520.0 920.0 204.7 362.2 64.3 64.3 25.3 25.3

539.0 337.0 212.2 132.7 640.0 NA 252.0 NA 77.8 77.8 30.6 30.6

646.0 404.0 254.3 159.1 770.0 NA 303.1 NA 91.2 91.2 35.9 35.9

This table is for user’s reference only.

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User Controls

Control Panel & Remote Control

Control Panel

Using the Control Panel

POWER

Refer to the “Power On/Off the Projector” section on pages 13-14.

Enter Press “Enter” to confirm your item selection.

INPUT

MENU

Press “INPUT” to select an input signal.

Press “MENU” to launch the on-screen display

(OSD) menu. To exit OSD, press “MENU” again.

Four Directional

Select Keys

LAMP LED

TEMP LED

ON/STANDBY

LED

Use to select items or make adjustments to your selection.

Refer to the LED indicator of the projector light source status.

Refer to the LED indicator of the projector temperature status.

Refer to the LED indicator of the projector power status.

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Remote Control

Using the Remote Control

Infrared transmitter

Power

P-Source

Sends signals to the projector.

Refer to the “Power On/Off the Projec tor” section on pages 13-14.

Set PIP/PBP Function Main/Sub

Source

P-Function Set PIP/PBP Function On/Off

P-Swap

P-Size

Swap PIP/PBP Main/Sub Source

Set PIP Sub Source Size

P-Location Set PIP Sub Source Location

Four Directional

Select Keys

Enter

Menu

Exit

Mute

H./V. Keystone

Volume +/-

Aspect ratio

Use to select items or make adjustments to your selection.

Confirm your item selection.

Press “Menu” to launch the on-screen display (OSD) menu. To exit OSD, press “Menu” again.

Press “Exit” to close the OSD menu.

Mute Audio

Adjust image distortion caused by tilting the projector

Adjust to increase / decrease the vol ume.

Use this function to choose your de- sired aspect ratio.

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User Controls

Using the Remote Control

Video Mode

Blank

Zoom in

Select the display mode from Bright,

PC, Movie, Game, Blending and User.

Momentarily turns off/on the audio and video.

Zoom in the projector display.

Zoom out

Freeze

Re-Sync

VGA

HDMI-1

HDMI-2

Dongle

HDBaseT

Zoom out the projector display.

Pause the screen image. Press again to resume the screen image.

Re-Sync Current Input Source

Press “VGA” to choose VGA IN connector.

Press “HDMI-1” to toggle HDMI IN -1 connector.

Press “HDMI-2” to toggle HDMI IN -2 connector.

Press “Dongle” to choose Dongle connector.

Press “HDBaseT” to choose HDBaseT connector.

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On-screen Display Menus

The Projector has multilingual On-screen Display menus that allow you to make image adjustments and change a variety of settings.

How to operate

1.

To open the OSD menu, press “Menu” on the Remote Control or

Projector Keypad.

2

When OSD is displayed, use the keys to select any item in the main menu. While making a selection on a particular page, press the or “Enter” key to enter sub menu.

3.

Use the keys to select the desired item and adjust the settings using the key.

4.

Select the next item to be adjusted in the sub menu and adjust as described above.

5.

Press “Enter” to confirm, and the screen will return to the main menu.

6.

To exit, press “Menu” again. The OSD menu will close and the projector will automatically save the new settings.

Main Menu

Sub Menu Settings

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Picture

User Controls

Color Mode

There are many factory presets optimized for various types of im ages. Use the ◄ or ► button to select the item.

Bright: For brightness optimization.

Presentation: For meeting presentation.

Movie: For playing video content.

 sRGB: For game content.

Blending: For blending application.

DICOM Sim:

User: Memorize user’s settings.

Wall Color

Use this function to obtain an optimized screen image according to the wall color. You can select from “White”, “Light Yellow”, “Light

Blue”, “Pink”, and “Dark Green”.

Brightness

Adjust the brightness of the image.

Press the ◄ button to darken image.

Press the ► button to brighten image.

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Contrast

The Contrast controls the difference between the lightest and dark est parts of the picture. Adjusting the contrast changes the amount of black and white in the image.

“Sharpness”, “Saturation” and “Hue” functions are only supported under video mode.

Press the ◄ button to decrease the contrast.

Press the ► button to increase the contrast.

Sharpness

Adjust the sharpness of the image.

Press the ◄ button to decrease the sharpness.

Press the ► button to increase the sharpness.

Saturation

Adjust a video image from black and white to fully saturated color.

Press the ◄ button to decrease the amount of saturation in the image.

Press the ► button to increase the amount of saturation in the image.

Hue

Adjust the color balance of red and green.

Press the ◄ button to increase the amount of green in the im age.

Press the ► button to increase the amount of red in the image.

Gamma

This allows you to adjust the gamma value to obtain the better im age contrast for the input.

Color Temp

This allows you to adjust the color temperature. At higher tempera ture, the screen looks colder; at lower temperature, the screen looks warmer.

Color Maching

Use these settings for advanced adjustment of the individual

Red,Green,Blue,Cyan,Magenta and Yellow and White Colors.

Dynamic Black

Use this function to increase the contrast ratio.

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Screen

“H. Position” and

“V. Position” ranges will depend on input source.

Aspect Ratio

Auto: Keep the image with original width-height ratio and maxi mize the image to fit native horizontal or vertical pixels.

4:3: The image will be scaled to fit the screen and displayed using a 4:3 ratio.

16:9: The image will be scaled to fit the width of the screen and the height adjusted to display the image using a 16:9 ratio.

16:10: The image will be scaled to fit the width of the screen and the height adjusted to display the image using a 16:10 ratio.

(only for SSI 1080p).

Phase

Synchronize the signal timing of the display with the graphic card.

If the image appears to be unstable or flickers, use this function to correct it.

Clock

Adjust to achieve an optimal image when there is a vertical flicker in the image.

H. Position

Press the ◄ button to move the image left.

Press the ► button to move the image right.

V. Position

Press the ◄ button to move the image down.

Press the ► button to move the image up.

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Digital Zoom

Press the ◄ button to reduce the size of an image.

Press the ► button to magnify an image on the projection screen.

Projection

Front: The image is projected straight on the screen.

Front Ceiling: This is the default selection. When selected, the image will turn upside down.

Rear: When selected, the image will appear reversed.

Rear Ceiling: When selected, the image will appear reversed in upside down position.

Geometric Correction

H Keystone

Press the ◄ or ► button to adjust image distortion horizontal. If the image looks trapezoidal, this option can help make the image rectangular.

V Keystone

Press the ◄ or ► button to adjust image distortion vertically. If the image looks trapezoidal, this option can help make the image rectangular.

4 Corners

Adjust the image 4 corners pixel by pixel to make the image rectan- gular.

Grid Color

Set 4 corners correction function grid color.

Reset

Set H/V Keystone, 4 corners parameters to default values.

PIP-PBP Settings

Function: To enable/disable PIP/PBP function.

Main Source: To set PIP/PBP main source.

SUb Source: To set PIP/PBP sub source.

Location: To set PIP sub source location.

Size: To set PIP sub source size.

Swap: To swap PIP/PBP main/sub source.

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Setting

User Controls

Language

Choose the multilingual OSD menu. Press the ◄ or ► button into the sub menu and then use the ▲ or ▼ button to select your preferred language. Press ► on the remote control to finalize the selection.

Menu Location

Choose the menu location on the display screen.

VGA Output (Standby)

Choose “On” to enable VGA OUT connection.

LAN (Standby)

Choose “On” to enable LAN connection. Choose “Off” to disable

LAN connection.

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Test Pattern

Display a test pattern.

Reset

Choose “Yes” to return the parameters on all menus to the factory default settings.

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Volume

Speaker

Choose “On” to enable the speaker.

Choose “Off” to disable the speaker.

Line Out

Choose “On” to enable the line out function.

Choose “Off” to disable the line out function.

Microphone

Choose “On” to enable the microphone.

Choose “Off” to disable the microphone.

Mute

Choose “On” to turn mute on.

Choose “Off” to turn mute off.

Volume

Press the ◄ button to decrease the volume.

Press the ► button to increase the volume.

Microphone Volume

Press the ◄ button to decrease the microphone volume.

Press the ► button to increase the microphone volume.

EQ

Set audio EQ values.

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Options

Logo

Use this function to set the desired startup screen. If changes are made they will take effect the next time the projector is powered on.

Default: The default startup screen.

User: Use stored picture from “Logo Capture” function.

Logo Capture

For successful logo capture, please ensure that the on-screen image does not exceed the projector’s native resolution.

(WXGA:1280x800).

Press ► button to capture an image of the picture currently dis played on screen.

Auto Source

On: The projector will search for other signals if the current input signal is lost.

“Logo Capture” is not available when

3D is enabled.

Before active this function, it is recommended that

“Aspect Ratio” is set to the “Auto”.

Off: The projector will only search current input connection.

Input

Press ► button to enable/disable input sources. The projector will not search for inputs that are not selected.

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User Controls

“Dynamic Black” is available when

“Color Mode” is set to “Movie”.

“Dynamic Black” is not available when “3D” or

“Interactive” is enabled.

When “Dynamic

Black” is avail able, “Laser

Power Mode” selection is not available.

Auto Power Off (Min)

Sets the countdown timer interval. The countdown timer will start, when there is no signal being sent to the projector. The projector will automatically power off when the countdown has finished (in minutes).

SSI Settings

Refer to page 32.

High Altitude

On: The built-in fans run at high speed. Select this option when using the projector at altitudes above 2500 feet/762 meters or higher.

Off: The built-in fans automatically run at a variable speed ac cording to the internal temperature.

Filters Remind (Hour)

Optional Filter Installed: Filter is installed or not.

Filter Usage Hours: Hours of filter had been used.

Filters Remind (Hour): Set the filter reminder time.

Cleaning Up Remind: Select “Yes” to reset the dust filter hour counter after replacing or cleaning the dust filter.

Information

Display the projector information for model name, SNID, source, resolution, software version, aspect ratio, SSI Hours, IP Address and Network Status on the screen.

PIP-PBP Module

Version: Show PIP-PBP module software version.

HDMI EQ: Set PIP-PBP module HDMI port EQ value.

Reset: Reset the PIP-PBP module.

USB Upgrade: Upgrade the PIP-PBP module software.

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Options |

Laser Settings

Laser Hours Used (Normal)

Display the projection time of normal mode.

Laser Hours Used (ECO)

Display the projection time of ECO mode.

Laser Power Mode

Normal: Normal mode.

ECO: Use this function to dim the projector SSI which will lower power consumption and extend the SSI life.

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3D

User Controls

“Frame Sequen tial” is supported the DLP Link 3D input signals from

VGA / HDMI con nector.

“Frame Sequen tial” / “Field Se quential” are sup ported the HQFS

3D input signals from Composite/

S-Video connector connector.

“Frame Pack ing” / “Side-by-

Side(Half)” / “Top and Bottom” are supported from

HDMI 1.4a 3D input signals.

3D

Auto: When a HDMI 1.4a 3D timing identification signal is de tected, the 3D image is selected automatically.

Choose “On” to enable 3D function.

Choose “Off” to disable 3D function.

3D Invert

If you see a discrete or overlapping image while wearing DLP 3D glasses, you may need to execute “Invert” to get best match of left/ right image sequence to get the correct image.

3D Format

Use this feature to select the 3D format. Options are: “Frame

Packing”, “Side-by-Side (Half)”, “Top and Bottom”, “Frame Sequen tial”, and “Field Sequential”.

[email protected]

Use this feature to select 96 or 144Hz refresh rate as using 3D glasses in the1080p @ 24 frame packing.

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Blending mode

Laptop

Network Switch

Brightness

For user to manually adjust the brightness of projectors used in blending mode.

Color Temp

For user to manually map the color temperature of projectors used in blending mode.

Blending application

System Architecture

Calibration

Camera

Blending

Box

Laptop

Meeting Room

Laptop, Switch and Camera is for image calibration only

Laptop Source: Image source

Blending Box

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LAN

User Controls

Status

Display the network connection status.

DHCP

Configure the DHCP settings.

On: Choose “On” to let the projector to obtain an IP address automatically from your network.

Off: Choose “Off” to assign IP, Subnet Mask, Gateway, and DNS configuration manually.

IP Address

Display an IP address.

Subnet Mask

Display the subnet mask number.

Gateway

Display the default gateway of the network connected to the pro jector.

DNS

Display the DNS number.

MAC Address

Display the MAC address.

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Group Name

Display the group name.

Projector Name

Display the projector name.

Location

Display the projector location.

Contact

Display the contact information.

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User Controls

How to use web browser to control your projector

1. Turn on DHCP to allow a DHCP server to automatically assign an IP, or manually enter the required network information.

4. Based on network web-page for the input-string in [tools] tab, the limitation for Input-Length is in the below list

(“space” and the other punctuation key included):

2. Then choose apply and press button to complete the configuration process.

3. Open your web browser and type in IP

Address from the OSD LAN screen then the web page will display as below:

Category

Crestron Control

Projector

Network

Configuration

User Password

Admin Password

Item

IP Address

IP ID

Port

Projector Name

Location

Assigned To

DHCP (Enabled)

IP Address

Subnet Mask

Default Gateway

DNS Server

Enabled

New Password

Confirm

Enabled

New Password

Confirm

15

15

15

15

(N/A)

15

15

(N/A)

15

15

15

2

Input-Length

(characters)

9

9

5

10

(N/A)

When you used the projector IP address, you will can not link to your service server.

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User Controls

1. When making a direct connection from your computer to the projector

Step 1: Find an IP Address (192.168.0.100) from LAN function of projector.

Step 2: Select apply and press “Enter” button to submit function or press “menu” key to exit.

Step 3: To open Network Connections, click click

Start

, click

Connections

Control Panel

Network and Internet

, and then click

,

Network Connections

. Click the connection you want to configure, and then, under

Network Tasks

, click

Change settings of this connection

.

Step 6: To open Internet Options, click IE web browser, click Internet Options, click the

Connections

tab and click

“LAN Settings...”.

Step 4: On the

General

tab, under

This connection uses the following items

, click

Internet

Protocol (TCP/IP)

, and then click

“Properties.”

Step 7: The

Local Area Network (LAN)

Setting

dialog box appears. In the

Proxy Server area

, uncheck

Use a proxy server for your LAN

, then click “OK” button twice.

Step 5: Click

Use the following IP address

, and type in as below:

1) IP address: 192.168.0.101

2) Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0

3) Default gateway:192.168.0.254

Step 8: Open your IE and type in the IP address of 192.168.0.100 in the

URL then press “Enter” key.

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2. Access to Web Management Page

Open IE browser and type in the IP address 192.168.0.100 in the URL then press “Enter” key and key in password to enter Web Management page

System Status

User can retrieve the System Status in this page

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General Setup

User can configure general parameters in this page.

Projector Control

User can configure the projector parameters and control the projector in this page.

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Network Setup

User can configure LAN parameters in this page.

User Controls

Alert Setup

User can assign the email address and categorize alert notice.

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Reset to Default

User can use this function to set the LAN module parameters to default values.

Reboot System

User can use this function to re-boot the LAN module.

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Crestron

User can control projector via Crestron flash UI.

User Controls

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Crestron RoomView Control Tool

Crestron RoomView™ provides a central monitoring station for 250+ control systems on a single Ethernet network (more are possible, the number depends on the combination of IP ID and IP address).

Crestron RoomView monitors each projector, including projector’s online status, system power, lamp life, network setting and hardware faults, plus any custom attribute as defined by the Administrator.

The Administrator can add, delete, or edit room information, contact information and events, which are logged automatically by the software for all users. (Operation UI as following image)

1. Main Screen

-

View’s function is set according to the products’ models and specifications.

2. Edit Room

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3. Edit Attribute

User Controls

4. Edit Event

For further information, please visit: http://www.crestron.com & www.crestron.com/getroomview.

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Appendices

Modes

VGA

IBM

SVGA

Apple, Mac II

XGA

Apple, Mac II

SXGA

QuadVGA

SXGA+

UXGA

Full HD

WUXGA

WXGA

1024x768

1024x768

1024x768

1024x768

1152x870

1280x1024

1280x1024

1280x1024

1280x960

1280x960

1400x1050

1600x1200

1920x1080

1920x1200

Resolution

640x480

640x480

640x480

640x480

640x480

720x400

800x600

800x600

800x600

800x600

800x600

832x624

Compatibility Modes

A. VGA Analog

(1) PC Signal

V.Frequency

[Hz]

60

67

56

60

72

75

72

75

85

70

85

75

H.Frequency

[KHz]

31.5

35.0

35.1

37.9

48.1

46.9

37.9

37.5

43.3

31.5

53.7

49.1

Pixel CLK

[MHz]

25..2

26.8

31.5

31.5

36.0

28.3

36.0

40.0

50.0

49.5

56.3

57.3

1024x768 60 48.4

65.0

EDID Description

Established Timings 1

Established Timings 1

Established Timings 1

Established Timings 1

Established Timings 1

Established Timings 1

Established Timings 1

Established Timings 2

Established Timings 2

Established Timings 2

WXGA: Established Timings 2

XGA: Established Timings 2 and (Native)Detailed Timing / Descriptor

Block 1

Established Timings 2

Established Timings 2

1280x720

70

60

72

75

60

75

85

120

75

75

60

60

60

60 74

(2) Extended Wide timing

60 44.8

75.2

65.3

75.0

67.5

56.5

64.0

77.0

80.0

60.0

60.0

68.7

99.0

68.7

75.0

78.8

94.5

137.8

100.0

108.0

133.0

135.0

101.3

130.0

121.8

161.0

148.5

154

74.2

Standard Timing Identification

Manufacturer’s Reserved Timing

Established Timings 2

Standard Timing Identification

Standard Timing Identification

Reduced Blanking

Standard Timing Identification

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480i

576i

480p

576p

720p

720p

1080i

1080i

1080p

1080p

1080p

WSXGA+

1280x800

1366x768

1440x900

1680x1050

1920x720

720x480

(1440x480)

720x576

(1440x576)

720x480

720x576

1280x720

1280x720

1920x1080

1920x1080

1920x1080

1920x1080

1920x1080

60 49.6

60

60

60

47.7

59.9

65.3

60

(3) Component Signal

44.35

59.94(29.97) 15.7

50(25)

59.94

50

60

50

60(30)

50(25)

23.98/24

60

50

15.6

31.5

31.3

45.0

37.5

33.8

28.1

27.0

67.5

56.3

Appendices

13.5

13.5

27.0

27.0

74.25

74.25

74.25

74.25

74.25

148.5

148.5

83.5

84.8

106.5

146.3

92.25

WXGA: (Native)Detailed Timing /

Descriptor Block 1

XGA: Standard Timing Identification

Standard Timing Identification

WXGA: Standard Timing Identification

XGA: N/A

Modes

VGA

IBM

SVGA

Apple, Mac II

Resolution

640x480

640x480

640x480

640x480

640x480

720x400

800x600

800x600

800x600

800x600

800x600

832x624

B. HDMI Digital

(1) PC Signal

V.Frequency

[Hz]

60

67

72

75

85

70

56

60

72

75

85

75

H.Frequency

[KHz]

31.5

35.0

37.9

37.5

43.3

31.5

35.1

37.9

48.1

46.9

53.7

49.1

36.0

40.0

50.0

49.5

56.3

57.3

Pixel CLK

[MHz]

25..2

26.8

31.5

31.5

36.0

28.3

EDID Description

Established Timings 1

Established Timings 1

Established Timings 1

Established Timings 1

Established Timings 1

Established Timings 1

Established Timings 1

Established Timings 2

Established Timings 2

Established Timings 2

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XGA

Appendices

Apple, Mac II

SXGA

640x480p

480i

576i

480p

576p

720p

720p

QuadVGA

SXGA+

UXGA

Full HD

WUXGA

WXGA

WSXGA+

1024x768

1024x768

1024x768

1024x768

1024x768

1152x870

1280x1024

1280x1024

1280x1024

1280x960

1280x960

1400x1050

1600x1200

1920x1080

1920x1200

1280x720

1280x800

1366x768

1440x900

1680x1050

1920x720

640x480

720x480

(1440x480)

720x576

(1440x576)

720x480

720x576

1280x720

1280x720

60

70

75

72

75

60

75

85

120

75

60

60

60

60

60

60

48.4

56.5

60.0

68.7

99.0

68.7

64.0

77.0

80.0

60.0

75.2

65.3

75.0

67.5

74

44.8

60 49.6

60

60

60

47.7

59.9

65.3

60 44.35

(3) HDMI - Video Signal

59.94/60 31.5

59.94(29.97)

50(25)

15.7

15.6

59.94

50

60

50

31.5

31.3

45.0

37.5

65.0

75.0

78.8

94.5

137.8

100.0

108.0

133.0

135.0

101.3

130.0

WXGA: Established Timings 2

XGA: Established Timings 2 and (Native)Detailed Timing / Descriptor

Block 1

Established Timings 2

Established Timings 2

Standard Timing Identification

Manufacturer’s Reserved Timing

Established Timings 2

Standard Timing Identification

121.8

161.0

Standard Timing Identification

148.5

154

146.3

Reduced Blanking

(2) Extended Wide timing

74.2

Standard Timing Identification

83.5

WXGA: (Native)Detailed Timing /

Descriptor Block 1

XGA: Standard Timing Identification

84.8

106.5

Standard Timing Identification

WXGA: Standard Timing Identification

XGA: N/A

92.25

25.2

13.5

13.5

27.0

27.0

74.25

74.25

Short Video Descriptor of CEA EDID

Timing

Short Video Descriptor of CEA EDID

Timing

Short Video Descriptor of CEA EDID

Timing

Short Video Descriptor of CEA EDID

Timing

Short Video Descriptor of CEA EDID

Timing

(Native)Short Video Descriptor of CEA

EDID Timing

(Native)Short Video Descriptor of CEA

EDID Timing

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1080i

1080i

1080p

1080p

1080p

Frame Packing

Top-and-Bottom

720p

720p

1080p

720p

720p

1080p

1920x1080

1920x1080

1920x1080

1920x1080

1920x1080

60(30)

50(25)

23.98/24

60

50

33.8

28.1

27.0

67.5

56.3

74.25

74.25

74.25

148.5

148.5

Short Video Descriptor of CEA EDID

Timing

Short Video Descriptor of CEA EDID

Timing

Short Video Descriptor of CEA EDID

Timing

Short Video Descriptor of CEA EDID

Timing

Short Video Descriptor of CEA EDID

Timing

(4) HDMI 1.4a mandatory 3D timing- Video Signal

50 75 148.5

Short Video Descriptor of CEA EDID

Timing

59.94/60

23.98/24

90

54

148.5

148.5

Short Video Descriptor of CEA EDID

Timing

Short Video Descriptor of CEA EDID

Timing

50

59.94/60

37.5

45.0

74.25

74.25

Short Video Descriptor of CEA EDID

Timing

Short Video Descriptor of CEA EDID

Timing

23.98/24 27.0

74.25

Short Video Descriptor of CEA EDID

Timing

(5) Input signal frequency range

Analog: fh=15kHz

100kHz, fv=24Hz

120Hz, Max. pixel rate: 162.5MHz

Digital (HDMI): fh=15kHz

100kHz, fv=24Hz

120Hz, Max. pixel rate: 200MHz

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RS232 Commands and Protocol

Function List

RS232 Port Setting

Items

Communication Method

Bits per seconds

Data bits

Parity

Stop bits

Flow control

Method

Asynchronous Communication

19200

8 bits

None

1

None

RS232 shell is grounded.

RS232 Signals Connection

Computer COM Port

(D-Sub 9pin connector)

Projector COM Port

(D-Sub 9pin connector)

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Command

Description

Power

Emulate Remote

Resync

AV Mute (Blank)

Freeze

Input Source

Color Mode

Brightness

Contrast

Sharpness

Commands Set List

ASCII Code

#0000 n

#0001 n

#0002 1

#0003 n

#0004 n

Projector

Return n value

0 : Off

1 : On

1 : Up

2 : Left

3 : Right

4 : Down

5 : Menu

6 : Source

7 : V. Keystone+

8 : V. Keystone-

9 : Volume+

10 : Volume-

 

0 : Off

1 : On

0 : Unfreeze

1 : Freeze

#0005 n

#0010 n

#0011 n

#0012 n

#0013 n

1 : VGA

3 : HDMI 1

4 : HDMI 2

7 : Dongle

8 : HdbaseT

1 : Bright

2 : Presentation

3 : Movie

4 : sRGB

5 : Blending

6 : DICOM SIM

7 : User

0~100

0~100

0~10

Note

VGA only

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Aspect Ratio #0020 n

Zoom

Keystone

#0021 n

#0022 n

Ceiling Mount #0023 n

Language #0030 n

Menu Location #0031 n

Reset

Mute

Volume

#0032 1

#0040 n

#0041 n

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1 : Auto

2 : 4:3

3 : 16:9

4 : 16:10 / Ultra Wide

0 : Zoom-

1 : Zoom+

-40~40

1 : Front

2 : Rear

3 : Front Ceiling

4 : Rear Ceiling

1 : English

2 : German

3 : Swedish

4 : French

5 : Arabic

6 : Dutch

7 : Norwegian

8 : Danish

9 : Simplified Chinese

10 : Polish

11 : Korean

12 : Russian

13 : Spanish

14 : Traditional Chinese

15 : Italian

16 : Portuguese

17 : Turkish

18 : Japanese

1 : Top Left

2 : Top Right

3 : Center

4 : Bottom Left

5 : Bottom Right

 

0 : Off

1 : On

0 ~ 15

Appendices

Microphone

Volume

Auto Power Off

(min)

High Altitude

#0042 n

#0050 n

#0051 n

Color Mode

Read

#00110 1

Aspect Ratio

Read

#00120 1

Input Source

(curr. src)

Sofware Version

#00160 1

#00161 1

Information #00162 1

0~30

0~120

0 : Off

1 : On

Okn

Okn

Okn

Okddd

Okabbbbccdddee n : 1/2/3/4/5/6/7 =

Bright / Presentation /

Movie / RGB/ Blending /

DICOM/User n : 1/2/3/4 = Auto / 4:3

/ 16:9 / 16:10 (Ultra

Wide) n : 0/1/3/4/7/8 = None /

VGA / HDMI-1 / HDMI-2

/ Dongle /HdbaseT ddd : FW version a : Power Status / b : LD Hour / c : Input

Source / d : Firmware

Version / e : Color mode

Step = 5

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Regulation & Safety Notices

This appendix lists the general notices of your projector.

FCC notice

This device has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device pursuant to Part 15 of the

FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This device generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.

However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this device does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the device off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

• Increase the separation between the device and receiver.

• Connect the device into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.

• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for help.

Notice: Shielded cables

All connections to other computing devices must be made using shielded cables to maintain compliance with

FCC regulations.

Caution

Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the user’s authority, which is granted by the Federal Communications Commission, to operate this projector.

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Operation conditions

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:

1. This device may not cause harmful interference and

2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

Notice: Canadian users

This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian

ICES-003.

Cet appareil numerique de la classe B est conforme a la norme NMB-003 du Canada.

• EMC Directive 2004/108/EC (including amendments)

• Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC

• R & TTE Directive 1999/5/EC (if product has RF function)

Disposal instructions

Do not throw this electronic device into the trash when discarding. To minimize pollution and ensure utmost protection of the global environment, please recycle it.

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Safety notice

COMPLIES WITH

21 CFR 1040.10 AND

1040.11 EXCEPT FOR

DEVIATIONS PURSUANT

TO LASER NOTICE No. 50,

DATED JUNE 24, 2007.

IEC/EN 60825-1:2007

LASER RADIATION DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM CLASS 2 LASER PRODUCT

WAVE LENGTH: 450-460 nm / MAX OUTPUT: 15.9 mW / PULSE DURATION: 1.25 ms

IEC 60825-1:2014 CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT / RISK GROUP 2

Possibly hazardous optical radiation emitted from this product.

Do not stare into the beam, May be harmful to the eyes.

-460 nm /

IEC 60825-1:2014 1

,

2

: 15.9 mW /

/ 2

: 1.25 ms

RAYONNEMENT LASER NE PAS REGARDER DANS LE PRODUIT LASER DE

CLASSES DE FAISCEAU 2.

LONGUEUR D'ONDE 450-460 nm / MAX SORTIE 15.9 mW / DURÉE PULSE 1.25 ms

IEC 60825-1:2014 PRODUIT LASER DE CLASSE 1 / GROUPE A RISQUE 2

Risques possibles de rayonnements optiques

êt

ém is par ce produit.

Ne pas regarder dans le faisceau. Peut re dangereux pour les yeux.

WARNING

- This product is classified as Class 2 of IEC 60825-1 : 2007 and also complies with 21 CFR 1040.10 and 1040.11 except for deviations pursuant to Laser

Notice No. 50, dated June 24, 2007. IEC 60825-1:2014: CLASS 1 LASER

PRODUCT - RISK GROUP 2

- Explanatory label is shown all information of laser power.

- This projector has built-in Class 4 laser module. Disassembly or modification is very dangerous and should never be attempted.

- Any operation or adjustment not specifically instructed by the user’s guide cre ates the risk of hazardous laser radiation exposure.

- Do not open or disassemble the projector as this may cause damage by the exposure of laser radiation.

- Do not stare into beam when the projector is on. The bright light may result in permanent eye damage.

- When turning on the projector, make sure no one within projection range is looking at the lens.

- Without following the control, adjustment or operation procedure may cause damage by the exposure of laser radiation.

- Adequate instructions for assembly, operation, and maintenance, including clear warnings concerning precautions to avoid possible exposure to laser and collateral radiation in excess of the accessible emission limits in Class 2.

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MFG: Sonnoc (Beijing) Technology Co.,Ltd.

Address: Room 806, Floor 7, Building 5, Desheng Zhiye Building, No 26

Huangsi Street, Xicheng District, Beijing 100120, China

Postcode:100120

Fax: 010-82075080

Tel: 400-898-5393

Website: www.sonnoc.cn

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