PA721X/PA621X/PA671W PA621U/PA571W/PA521U PA722X

PA721X/PA621X/PA671W PA621U/PA571W/PA521U PA722X
Projector
PA721X/PA621X/PA671W
PA621U/PA571W/PA521U
PA722X/PA622X/PA672W
PA622U/PA572W/PA522U
User’s Manual
Model No.
NP-PA721X/NP-PA621X/NP-PA671W/NP-PA621U/NP-PA571W/
NP-PA521U/NP-PA722X/NP-PA622X/NP-PA672W/NP-PA622U/NPPA572W/NP-PA522U
Ver. 1 08/2013
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WARNING TO CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS:
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TOCAUSEBIRTHDEFECTSOROTHERREPRODUCTIVEHARMWASH HANDS AFTER HANDLING.
RF Interference (for USA only)
WARNING
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Important Safeguards
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Important Information
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Important Information
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SUCHASACOFFEESHOPORHOTELANDEMPLOYINGCOMPRESSIONOREXPANSIONOFTHESCREENIMAGEWITHTHEFOLLOWINGFUNCTIONSMAYRAISECONCERNABOUTTHEINFRINGEMENTOFCOPYRIGHTSWHICHAREPROTECTEDBYCOPYRIGHTLAW
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Turkish RoHS information relevant for Turkish market
EEE Yönetmeliğine Uygundur.
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Important Information
Health precautions to users viewing 3D images
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Table of Contents
Important Information ............................................................................................I
1. Introduction .......................................................................................................... 1
7HATSINTHE"OX ......................................................................................................... 1
)NTRODUCTIONTOTHE0ROJECTOR .......................................................................................... 2
#ONGRATULATIONSON9OUR0URCHASEOFTHE0ROJECTOR ................................................. 2
&EATURESYOULLENJOY ............................................................................................... 2
!BOUTTHISUSERSMANUAL .......................................................................................... 3
0ART.AMESOFTHE0ROJECTOR .......................................................................................... &RONT4OP .................................................................................................................. 2EAR ......................................................................................................................... 5
#ONTROL0ANEL)NDICATOR3ECTION ............................................................................... 6
4ERMINAL0ANEL&EATURES .......................................................................................... 7
0ART.AMESOFTHE2EMOTE#ONTROL ............................................................................... 8
"ATTERY)NSTALLATION ................................................................................................... 2EMOTE#ONTROL0RECAUTIONS .................................................................................... /PERATING2ANGEFOR7IRELESS2EMOTE#ONTROL........................................................ /PERATING%NVIRONMENTFOR3OFTWARE)NCLUDEDON#$2/- ........................................ 10
/PERATING%NVIRONMENT .......................................................................................... 11
2. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation) .............................................. 12
&LOWOF0ROJECTINGAN)MAGE ........................................................................................ 12
#ONNECTING9OUR#OMPUTER#ONNECTINGTHE0OWER#ORD ............................................. 13
4URNINGONTHE0ROJECTOR .............................................................................................. 1
.OTEON3TARTUPSCREEN-ENU,ANGUAGE3ELECTSCREEN...................................... 15
3ELECTINGA3OURCE ...................................................................................................... 16
3ELECTINGTHECOMPUTERORVIDEOSOURCE................................................................. 16
!DJUSTINGTHE0ICTURE3IZEAND0OSITION ....................................................................... 17
!DJUSTINGTHEVERTICALPOSITIONOFAPROJECTEDIMAGE,ENSSHIFT ............................ 18
&OCUS ..................................................................................................................... 1
!PPLICABLELENS.0&, ........................................................................................ 20
:OOM ...................................................................................................................... 21
!DJUSTINGTHE4ILT&EET ............................................................................................ 21
#ORRECTING+EYSTONE$ISTORTION .................................................................................... 22
/PTIMIZING#OMPUTER3IGNAL!UTOMATICALLY ................................................................. 2
!DJUSTINGTHE)MAGE5SING!UTO!DJUST.................................................................. 2
4URNING5POR$OWN6OLUME ........................................................................................ 2
4URNINGOFFTHE0ROJECTOR .............................................................................................. 25
!FTER5SE...................................................................................................................... 26
3. Convenient Features ..................................................................................... 27
4URNINGOFFTHE)MAGEAND3OUND ................................................................................ 27
&REEZINGA0ICTURE ....................................................................................................... 27
%NLARGINGA0ICTURE ...................................................................................................... 27
#HANGING%CO-ODE#HECKING%NERGY3AVING%FFECT5SING%CO-ODE;%#/
-/$%= ................................................................................................................... 28
#HECKING%NERGY3AVING%FFECT;#!2"/.-%4%2= ............................................. 2
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5SINGTHE/PTIONAL2EMOTE-OUSE2ECEIVER.0-2 ............................................ 30
#ORRECTING(ORIZONTALAND6ERTICAL+EYSTONE$ISTORTION;#/2.%234/.%= ................ 32
#ORNERSTONE ........................................................................................................... 32
$ISPLAYING4WO0ICTURESATTHE3AME4IME .................................................................. 35
3ELECTINGTHE0)0OR0)#452%"90)#452%-ODE;-/$%= ................................ 35
;0/3)4)/.= ............................................................................................................ 36
0REVENTINGTHE5NAUTHORIZED5SEOFTHE0ROJECTOR;3%#52)49= ................................. 37
#ONTROLLINGTHE0ROJECTORBY5SINGAN(440"ROWSER ................................................. 0
0ROJECTING9OUR#OMPUTERS3CREEN)MAGEFROMTHE0ROJECTORVIAA.ETWORK
;.%47/2+02/*%#4/2=.................................................................................... 7
5SINGTHE0ROJECTORTO/PERATE9OUR#OMPUTERVIAA.ETWORK;2%-/4%
$%3+4/0= ............................................................................................................. 51
4. Using the Viewer ............................................................................................. 56
7HATYOUCANDOWITHTHE6IEWER................................................................................. 56
0REPARINGPRESENTATIONMATERIALS ................................................................................ 5
0ROJECTINGIMAGESSTOREDINA53"MEMORYDEVICE .................................................... 60
3TARTINGTHE6IEWER ................................................................................................. 60
%XITINGTHE6IEWER .................................................................................................. 63
.AMESANDFUNCTIONSOF6IEWERSCREEN.................................................................. 6
6IEWEROPTIONSETTINGS ............................................................................................ 6
0ROJECTINGDATAFROMSHAREDFOLDER .............................................................................. 72
#ONNECTINGTHEPROJECTORTOTHESHAREDFOLder ....................................................... 72
$ISCONNECTINGTHESHAREDFOLDERFROMTHEPROJECTOR ............................................... 75
0ROJECTINGDATAFROMMEDIASERVER............................................................................... 76
3ETTINGUPh-EDIA3HARINGvIN7INDOWS-EDIA0LAYER ...................................... 76
3ETTINGUPh-EDIA3HARINGvIN7INDOWS-EDIA0LAYER ...................................... 78
#ONNECTINGTHEPROJECTORTOTHEMEDIASERVER ........................................................ 7
$ISCONNECTINGTHEPROJECTORFROMTHEMEDIASERVER ............................................... 80
2ESTRICTIONSONDISPLAYINGlLES .................................................................................... 81
3OMERESTRICTIONSON0OWER0OINTlLES .................................................................... 81
3OMERESTRICTIONSON0$&lLES .............................................................................. 81
5. Using On-Screen Menu ................................................................................ 82
5SINGTHE-ENUS.......................................................................................................... 82
-ENU%LEMENTS............................................................................................................ 83
,ISTOF-ENU)TEMS ....................................................................................................... 8
-ENU$ESCRIPTIONS&UNCTIONS;3/52#%= ................................................................ 87
#/-054%2AND ........................................................................................ 87
($-) ...................................................................................................................... 87
$ISPLAY0ORT ............................................................................................................. 87
6)$%/ .................................................................................................................... 87
6)%7%2 ................................................................................................................. 87
.%47/2+............................................................................................................. 87
%.429,)34 .......................................................................................................... 87
4%340!44%2. ..................................................................................................... 87
-ENU$ESCRIPTIONS&UNCTIONS;!$*534= .................................................................. 1
;0)#452%= ............................................................................................................. 1
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Table of Contents
;)-!'%/04)/.3= ................................................................................................ ;6)$%/= .................................................................................................................. 8
-ENU$ESCRIPTIONS&UNCTIONS;3%450= .................................................................. 100
;"!3)#= ................................................................................................................ 100
;-%.5= ................................................................................................................ 102
;).34!,,!4)/.= .............................................................................................. 103
;).34!,,!4)/.= .............................................................................................. 106
;/04)/.3= ...................................................................................................... 108
;/04)/.3= ...................................................................................................... 110
-ENU$ESCRIPTIONS&UNCTIONS;).&/= .................................................................... 112
;53!'%4)-%= ..................................................................................................... 112
;3/52#%= ....................................................................................................... 113
;3/52#%= ....................................................................................................... 113
;7)2%$,!.= ....................................................................................................... 113
;7)2%,%33,!.= ............................................................................................ 11
;7)2%,%33,!.= ............................................................................................ 11
;6%23)/.= ...................................................................................................... 11
;6%23)/.= ...................................................................................................... 115
;/4(%23= ............................................................................................................ 115
-ENU$ESCRIPTIONS&UNCTIONS;2%3%4= .................................................................. 116
2ETURNINGTO&ACTORY$EFAULT;2%3%4= ................................................................. 116
!PPLICATION-ENU ....................................................................................................... 118
)-!'%%802%3354),)49 ................................................................................. 118
$%3+4/0#/.42/,54),)49 ........................................................................... 118
.%47/2+02/*%#4/2.................................................................................... 11
2%-/4%$%3+4/0#/..%#4)/. .................................................................. 11
.%47/2+3%44).'3........................................................................................ 120
4//,3 ................................................................................................................. 136
6. Connecting to Other Equipment .......................................................... 1
-OUNTINGALENSSOLDSEPARATELY.............................................................................. 1
-OUNTINGTHELENS................................................................................................. 1
2EMOVINGTHELENS ............................................................................................... 2
-AKING#ONNECTIONS .................................................................................................. 3
!NALOG2'"SIGNALCONNECTION ............................................................................ 3
$IGITAL2'"SIGNALCONNECTION ............................................................................. #ONNECTINGAN%XTERNAL-ONITOR .......................................................................... 6
#ONNECTING9OUR$6$0LAYEROR/THER!6%QUIPMENT .......................................... 7
#ONNECTING#OMPONENT)NPUT .............................................................................. 8
#ONNECTING($-))NPUT........................................................................................ #ONNECTINGTOA7IRED,!. ................................................................................. 150
#ONNECTINGTOA7IRELESS,!.SOLDSEPARATELY.................................................. 151
-OUNTINGAWIRELESS,!.UNIT .............................................................................. 151
4OREMOVETHEWIRELESS,!.UNIT.......................................................................... 153
0ROJECTING0ORTRAIT)MAGES.................................................................................... 155
7. Maintenance .................................................................................................... 158
#LEANINGTHE&ILTERS.................................................................................................... 158
#LEANINGTHE,ENS...................................................................................................... 161
#LEANINGTHE#ABINET ................................................................................................. 161
ix
Table of Contents
2EPLACINGTHE,AMPANDTHE&ILTERS ........................................................................... 162
8. User Supportware ......................................................................................... 167
)NSTALLING3OFTWARE0ROGRAM ...................................................................................... 167
)NSTALLATIONFOR7INDOWSSOFTWARE ......................................................................... 167
)NSTALLATIONFOR-ACINTOSHSOFTWARE ....................................................................... 16
/PERATINGTHE0ROJECTOR6IATHE,!.6IRTUAL2EMOTE4OOL....................................... 170
0ROJECTING9OUR#OMPUTERS3CREEN)MAGEFROMTHE0ROJECTOROVERA,!.)MAGE
%XPRESS5TILITY,ITE .............................................................................................. 173
0ROJECTINGAN)MAGEFROMAN!NGLE'EOMETRIC#ORRECTION4OOLIN)MAGE%XPRESS
5TILITY,ITE ............................................................................................................ 175
7HATYOUCANDOWITH'#4 .................................................................................. 175
5SINGTHE0ROJECTORTO/PERATE9OUR#OMPUTEROVERA,!.$ESKTOP#ONTROL5TILITY
....................................................................................................................... 177
7HATYOUCANDOWITH$ESKTOP#ONTROL5TILITY ................................................ 177
#ONNECTINGTHEPROJECTORTOA,!. ....................................................................... 177
5SINGTHEPROJECTORTOOPERATEYOURCOMPUTERSDESKTOPSCREEN .......................... 178
#ONTROLLINGTHE0ROJECTOROVERA,!.0##ONTROL5TILITY0RO ................................. 186
9. Appendix............................................................................................................. 187
4HROWDISTANCEANDSCREENSIZE ................................................................................ 187
,ENSTYPESANDTHROWDISTANCE ............................................................................ 187
4ABLESOFSCREENSIZESANDDIMENSIONS ............................................................... 0
,ENSSHIFTINGRANGE............................................................................................... 1
#OMPATIBLE)NPUT3IGNAL,IST ...................................................................................... 3
3PECIlCATIONS ............................................................................................................ 6
#ABINET$IMENSIONS .................................................................................................. 8
-OUNTINGTHECABLECOVERSOLDSEPARATELY ............................................................... 0IN!SSIGNMENTSOF$3UB#/-054%2)NPUT#ONNECTOR ........................................ 200
4ROUBLESHOOTING ......................................................................................................... 201
)NDICATOR-ESSAGES .............................................................................................. 201
#OMMON0ROBLEMS3OLUTIONS ........................................................................... 203
)FTHEREISNOPICTUREORTHEPICTUREISNOTDISPLAYEDCORRECTLY.............................. 205
0##ONTROL#ODESAND#ABLE#ONNECTION ................................................................. 206
4ROUBLESHOOTING#HECK,IST ........................................................................................ 207
x
1. Introduction
What’s in the Box?
-AKESUREYOURBOXCONTAINSEVERYTHINGLISTED)FANYPIECESAREMISSINGCONTACTYOURDEALER
0LEASESAVETHEORIGINALBOXANDPACKINGMATERIALSIFYOUEVERNEEDTOSHIPYOURPROJECTOR
Projector
Remote control
(7N900961)
Dust cap for lens
* The projector is shipped without a
lens. For the types of lens and throw
distances, see page 201.
AA alkaline batteries
(x2)
Power cord
(US: 7N080241)
(EU: 7N080022)
For North America only
2EGISTRATIONCARD
,IMITEDWARRANTY
s )MPORTANT)NFOMATION&OR.ORTH!MERICA
7N8N1551) (For Other countries than North
America: 7N8N1551 and 7N8N1562)
s 1UICK3ETUP'UIDE&OR.ORTH!MERICA
7N8N1571) (For Other countries than North
America: 7N8N1571 and 7N8N1581)
NEC Projector CD-ROM
User’s manual (PDF) and the utility
software
(7N951971)
Lens theft prevention screw (24V00841)
This screw makes it difficult to remove the
lens mounted on the projector. (m page 142)
For customers in Europe:
9OUWILLlNDOURCURRENTVALID'UARANTEE0OLICYONOUR7EB3ITE
WWWNECDISPLAYSOLUTIONSCOM
Straps (24J23901) (for preventing lamp and filter covers from
falling) (x2)
Attaching the straps to the lamp and filter covers prevents
them from falling when the projector is suspended from the
ceiling.
1
1. Introduction
Introduction to the Projector
4HISSECTIONINTRODUCESYOUTOYOURNEWPROJECTORANDDESCRIBESTHEFEATURESANDCONTROLS
Congratulations on Your Purchase of the Projector
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UPTOINCHESACROSSMEASUREDDIAGONALLYFROMYOUR0#OR-ACINTOSHCOMPUTERDESKTOPORNOTEBOOK6#2
$6$PLAYERORDOCUMENTCAMERA
9OUCANUSETHEPROJECTORONATABLETOPORCARTYOUCANUSETHEPROJECTORTOPROJECTIMAGESFROMBEHINDTHESCREEN
ANDTHEPROJECTORCANBEPERMANENTLYMOUNTEDONACEILING
14HEREMOTECONTROLCANBEUSEDWIRELESSLY
1 $ONOTATTEMPTTOMOUNTTHEPROJECTORONACEILINGYOURSELF
4HEPROJECTORMUSTBEINSTALLEDBYQUALIlEDTECHNICIANSINORDERTOENSUREPROPEROPERATIONANDREDUCETHERISK
OFBODILYINJURY
)NADDITIONTHECEILINGMUSTBESTRONGENOUGHTOSUPPORTTHEPROJECTORANDTHEINSTALLATIONMUSTBEINACCORDANCE
WITHANYLOCALBUILDINGCODES0LEASECONSULTYOURDEALERFORMOREINFORMATION
Features you’ll enjoy:
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Model
PA722X/PA721X/PA622X/
PA621X
PA672W/PA671W/
PA572W/PA571W
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758'!¾DOTSTHANKSTOTHE!DVANCED!CCU"LENDFUNCTION
s 7IDERANGEOFOPTIONALLENSESSELECTABLEACCORDINGTOTHEPLACEOFINSTALLATION
4HISPROJECTORSUPPORTSTYPESOFOPTIONALLENSESPROVIDINGASELECTIONOFLENSESADAPTEDTOAVARIETYOFPLACES
OFINSTALLATIONANDPROJECTIONMETHODS
)NADDITIONTHELENSESCANBEMOUNTEDANDREMOVEDINONETOUCH
.OTETHATNOLENSISMOUNTEDUPONSHIPMENTFROMTHEFACTORY0LEASEPURCHASEOPTIONALLENSESSEPARATELY
s ,ENSSHIFTFUNCTIONFOREASILYADJUSTINGTHEPOSITIONOFTHEPROJECTEDIMAGE
4HEPOSITIONOFTHEPROJECTEDIMAGEISMOVEDBYTURNINGTHETWODIALSONTHEPROJECTORSFRONTONEFORTHEVERTICAL
DIRECTIONONEFORTHEHORIZONTALDIRECTION
s —INSTALLATIONANGLETILTFREE
4HEPROJECTORCANBEINSTALLEDATANYANGLE—
.OTEHOWEVERTHATTHEhFANMODEvSETTINGMUSTBECHANGEDACCORDINGTOTHEANGLEOFINSTALLATION
!LSOTHEPROJECTORCANNOTBEINSTALLEDTILTEDTOTHELEFTORRIGHT
s 7IDERANGEOFINPUTOUTPUTCONNECTORS($-)$ISPLAY0ORT".#ETCANDBUILTINMONAURALSPEAKER
4HE PROJECTOR IS EQUIPPED WITH A VARIETY OF INPUTOUTPUT CONNECTORS COMPUTER ANALOG CORE ".# ($-)
$ISPLAY0ORTETC4HECOMPUTERANALOGAND".#CONNECTORSALSOSUPPORTCOMPONENTINPUTS
4HEPROJECTORS($-)AND$ISPLAY0ORTINPUTCONNECTORSSUPPORT($#0
4HEPROJECTORISALSOEQUIPPEDWITHABUILTIN7MONAURALSPEAKER
s (IGHPICTUREQUALITYPROCESSINGCIRCUIT
4HE2EON68VIDEOPROCESSORISUSEDTOPROJECTHIGHQUALITYIMAGES
s %NERGYSAVINGDESIGNWITHASTANDBYPOWERCONSUMPTIONOFWATTS
7HENTHEONSCREENMENUSSTANDBYMODEISSETTOh0OWER3AVINGvTHEPOWERCONSUMPTIONINTHESTANDBYMODE
2
1. Introduction
ISWATTS
s h%COMODEvFORLOWPOWERCONSUMPTIONANDh#ARBON-ETERvDISPLAY
4HE PROJECTOR IS EQUIPPED WITH AN hECO MODEv FOR REDUCING POWER CONSUMPTION DURING USE &URTHERMORE THE
POWERSAVINGEFFECTWHENTHEECOMODEISSETISCONVERTEDINTOTHEAMOUNTOFREDUCTIONSOF#/2EMISSIONSAND
THISISINDICATEDONTHECONlRMATIONMESSAGEDISPLAYEDWHENTHEPOWERISTURNEDOFFANDATh)NFORMATIONvONTHE
ONSCREENMENU#!2"/.-%4%2
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filters
7HENUSEDINTHEECOMODETHELAMPREPLACEMENTTIME
ISEXTENDEDTOAMAXIMUMOFHOURS
4HISTIMEISNOTGUARANTEED
&URTHERMORETHISPROJECTORUSESLARGELAYERlLTERS7HENTHESElLTERSAREREPLACEDWITHNEWONESWHENCHANGING
THELAMPTHEREISNONEEDFORREGULARlLTERCLEANING
s 3EAMLESSSWITCHFUNCTIONFORSMOOTHERSCREENCHANGESWHENSWITCHINGTHESIGNAL
7HENTHEINPUTCONNECTORISSWITCHEDTHEIMAGEDISPLAYEDBEFORESWITCHINGISHELDSOTHATTHATTHENEWIMAGE
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s 3IMULTANEOUSDISPLAYOFIMAGES0)00)#452%"90)#452%
4WOIMAGESCANBEPROJECTEDSIMULTANEOUSLYWITHASINGLEPROJECTOR
4HEREARETWOTYPESOFLAYOUTSFORTHETWOIMAGEShPICTUREINPICTUREvINWHICHASUBPICTUREISDISPLAYEDONTHE
MAINPICTUREANDhPICTUREBYPICTUREvINWHICHTHEMAINANDSUBPICTURESAREDISPLAYEDNEXTTOEACHOTHER
s 3ECURITYFUNCTIONFORPREVENTINGUNAUTHORIZEDUSE
4HISPROJECTORISEQUIPPEDWITHTHEFOLLOWINGSECURITYFUNCTIONS
0ASSWORDSECURITY7HENAPASSWORDISSETINTHEONSCREENMENUASCREENTOINPUTTHEPASSWORDAPPEARS
WHENTHEPROJECTORSPOWERISTURNEDON
4HEFTPREVENTIONLOCK!SECURITYCABLECOMPATIBLEWITH+ENSINGTONLOCKSCANBECONNECTEDTOTHEPROJECTOR
3ECURITYBAR4HEPROJECTORHASAMECHANISMALLOWINGAREGULARSECURITYCABLEORWIRETOBEINSTALLED
s 7IREDWIRELESS,!.COMPATIBILITYWIRELESS,!.UNITSOLDSEPARATELY
4HEPROJECTORISEQUIPPEDWITHA,!.PORT2*FORCONNECTIONTOAWIRED,!.FORTRANSFERRINGIMAGESFROMA
COMPUTERTOTHEPROJECTORCONTROLLINGTHEPROJECTORFROMACOMPUTERETC
&URTHERMORETHEPROJECTORCANBEUSEDINAWIRELESS,!.BYMOUNTINGTHESEPARATELYSOLDWIRELESS,!.UNIT
.0,-
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#ONTROL5TILITY0ROAREPROVIDEDONTHEINCLUDED.%#0ROJECTOR#$2/-
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3TILLANDMOVINGIMAGESINSHAREDFOLDERSONACOMPUTERCONNECTEDBYWIREDORWIRELESS,!.CANBEPROJECTED
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4HEPROJECTORSUPPORTS#2%342/.2//-6)%7ALLOWINGMULTIPLEDEVICESCONNECTEDINTHENETWORKTOBEMANAGED
ANDCONTROLLEDFROMACOMPUTER
About this user’s manual
4HEFASTESTWAYTOGETSTARTEDISTOTAKEYOURTIMEANDDOEVERYTHINGRIGHTTHElRSTTIME4AKEAFEWMINUTESNOWTO
REVIEWTHEUSERSMANUAL4HISMAYSAVEYOUTIMELATERON!TTHEBEGINNINGOFEACHSECTIONOFTHEMANUALYOULLlND
ANOVERVIEW)FTHESECTIONDOESNTAPPLYYOUCANSKIPIT
3
1. Introduction
Part Names of the Projector
Front/Top
4HELENSISSOLDSEPARATELY4HEDESCRIPTIONBELOWISFORWHENTHE.0:,LENSISMOUNTED
Lens Shift Dial (vertical/horizontal)
(m page 18)
Indicator Section
(m page 6)
Zoom Lever/Zoom Ring (m page 21)
Remote Sensor
(m page 9)
Remote Sensor (located on the
front and the rear)
(m page 9)
Ventilation (outlet)
Heated air is exhausted from here.
Adjustable Tilt Foot
(m page 21)
Lamp Cover (m page 160)
Control Panel
(m page 6)
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
(m page 19)
Adjustable Tilt Foot
(m page 21)
Lens Release Button
(m page 142)
Monaural Speaker (10 W)
Mounting the straps
1. Mount the straps to the lamp cover as shown on the diagram below.
2. Insert the knot in the strap into the hole on the bottom of the projector and pull in the direction of the arrow
to fasten.
a
b
Lamp cover strap insertion hole
1. Introduction
Rear
Remote Sensor (located on the
front and the rear)
(m page 9)
Terminal Panel
(m page 7)
Ventilation (outlet)
Heated air is exhausted from here.
Ventilation (inlet) / Filter Cover
The wireless LAN unit’s USB (LAN)
port is located inside here.
(m page 151, 155)
AC Input
Connect the supplied power cord’s
three-pin plug here, and plug the
other end into an active wall outlet.
(m page 13)
Cable cover connection
(right and left)
Screw holes and grooves for the
optional cable cover
(m page 212)
Built-in Security Slot (
4HISSECURITYSLOTSUPPORTSTHE-ICRO3AVER®3ECURITY3YSTEM
5
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1. Introduction
Control Panel/Indicator Section
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7. AUTO ADJ. Button mPAGE2
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6OLUME"UTTONS mPAGE2
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12. EXIT Button mPAGE82
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10
1. Introduction
Terminal Panel Features
10
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4HISENABLESYOUTOCONTROLTHEPROJECTORUSINGSERIAL
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7
1. Introduction
Part Names of the Remote Control
9. Edge Blend. Button
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-ULTI"UTTON
nPAGEXXX
11. Geometric. Button
mPAGE32
12. INPUT Button
nPAGEXXX
13. PIP Button
mPAGE1635
0"00/0"UTTON
nPAGEXXX
15. AUTO ADJ. Button
mPAGE2
29
30
31
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mPAGE16
32
($-)"UTTON
mPAGE16
33
34
35
37
40
38
36
39
42
41
$ISPLAY0ORT"UTTON
mPAGE16
43
46
45
44
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nPAGEXXX
".##6"UTTON
nPAGEXXX
".#9#"UTTON
nPAGEXXX
#OMPUTER"UTTON
mPAGE16
1. Infrared Transmitter
mPAGE
2. POWER ON Button
mPAGE1
3. STANDBY Button
mPAGE25
&2%%:%"UTTON
mPAGE27
",!.+"UTTON
nPAGEXXX
-54%"UTTON
nPAGEXXX
!6-54%"UTTON
mPAGE27
8. TEST Button
nPAGEXXX
%THERNET"UTTON
nPAGEXXX
53"!"UTTON
nPAGEXXX
25. ID SET Button
mPAGE107
.UMERIC+EYPAD"UTTON
CLEAR Button
mPAGE107
27. MENU Button
mPAGE82
28. EXIT Button
mPAGE82
29. Button
mPAGE82
%.4%2"UTTON
mPAGE82
8
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mPAGE31
NOT AVAILABLE ON THIS SERIES OF
PROJECTORS
2#,)#+"UTTON
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PROJECTORS
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mPAGE2
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THISSERIESOFPROJECTORS
35. SHUTTER Button
NOT AVAILABLE ON THIS SERIES OF
PROJECTORS
,%.33()&4"UTTON
NOT AVAILABLE ON THIS SERIES OF
PROJECTORS
37. PICTURE Button
mPAGE13
38. DISPLAY Button
nPAGEXXX
39. ASPECT Button
mPAGE6
#/,/2"UTTON
nPAGEXXX
$3ET"UTTON
nPAGEXXX
3%450"UTTON
nPAGEXXX
#4,"UTTON
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).&/"UTTON
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(%,0"UTTON
mPAGE112
1. Introduction
Battery Installation
1 0RESSTHECATCHANDREMOVE 2 )NSTALL NEW ONES !! %NSURE 3 3LIPTHECOVERBACKOVERTHEBATTERIESUNTILIT
THEBATTERYCOVER
SNAPSINTOPLACE
./4% $O NOT MIX DIFFERENT TYPES OF BATTERIES OR
NEWANDOLDBATTERIES
THATYOUHAVETHEBATTERIESPOLARITY–ALIGNEDCORRECTLY
2
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Remote Control Precautions
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$ONOTTHROWBATTERIESINTOlRE
)FYOUWILLNOTBEUSINGTHEREMOTECONTROLFORALONGTIMEREMOVETHEBATTERIES
%NSURETHATYOUHAVETHEBATTERIESPOLARITY–ALIGNEDCORRECTLY
$ONOTUSENEWANDOLDBATTERIESTOGETHERORUSEDIFFERENTTYPESOFBATTERIESTOGETHER
$ISPOSEOFUSEDBATTERIESACCORDINGTOYOURLOCALREGULATIONS
Operating Range for Wireless Remote Control
40 m/131.2 feet
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ONTHESENSOR7EAKBATTERIESWILLALSOPREVENTTHEREMOTECONTROLFROMPROPERLYOPERATINGTHEPROJECTOR
9
1. Introduction
Operating Environment for Software Included on CD-ROM
.AMESAND&EATURESOF"UNDLED3OFTWARE0ROGRAMS
.AMEOFSOFTWAREPROGRAM
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1. Introduction
Operating Environment
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2. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation)
4HISSECTIONDESCRIBESHOWTOTURNONTHEPROJECTORANDTOPROJECTAPICTUREONTOTHESCREEN
Flow of Projecting an Image
Step 1
s #ONNECTINGYOURCOMPUTER#ONNECTINGTHEPOWERCORDm page 13)
Step 2
s 4URNINGONTHEPROJECTORm page 14)
Step 3
s 3ELECTINGASOURCEm page 16)
Step 4
s !DJUSTINGTHEPICTURESIZEANDPOSITIONm page 17)
s #ORRECTINGKEYSTONEDISTORTION;+%934/.%=m page 22)
Step 5
s !DJUSTINGAPICTUREANDSOUND
- Optimizing a computer signal automatically (m page 24)
- Turning up or down volume (m page 24)
Step 6
s -AKINGAPRESENTATION
Step 7
s 4URNINGOFFTHEPROJECTORm page 25)
Step 8
s !FTERUSEm page 26)
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2. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation)
Connecting Your Computer/Connecting the Power Cord
#ONNECTYOURCOMPUTERTOTHEPROJECTOR
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 computer cable (VGA) between the projector’s COMPUTER IN connector and the computer’s port
(mini D-Sub 15 Pin). Turn two thumb screws of both connectors to fix the computer cable (VGA).
#ONNECTTHESUPPLIEDPOWERCORDTOTHEPROJECTOR
First connect the supplied power cord’s three-pin plug to the AC IN of the projector, and then connect the other
plug of the supplied power cord in the wall outlet.
The projector’s power indicator will light orange* (standby mode).
The STATUS indicator will also light green*.
* This will apply for both indicators when [NORMAL] is selected for [STANDBY MODE]. See the Power Indicator
section.(m page 214)
COMPUTER IN
To wall outlet
Make sure that the prongs are fully inserted into
both the AC IN and the wall outlet.
CAUTION:
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!#POWERSUPPLYISDISCONNECTEDDURINGNORMALPROJECTOROPERATION
5SECAUTIONWHENPICKINGUPTHEPROJECTOR
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2. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation)
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 will turn to blue and the projector
will become ready to use.
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After you turn on your projector, ensure that the computer
or video source is turned on.
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2. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation)
Note on Startup screen (Menu Language Select screen)
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OFTHEMENULANGUAGES
4OSELECTAMENULANGUAGEFOLLOWTHESESTEPS
1. Use the , , or button to select one of the 27
languages from the menu.
2. Press the ENTER button to execute the selection.
!FTER THIS HAS BEEN DONE YOU CAN PROCEED TO THE MENU
OPERATION
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2. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation)
Selecting a Source
Selecting the computer or video source
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Detecting the Signal Automatically
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Selecting Default Source
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1. Press the MENU button.
The menu will be displayed.
2. Press the BUTTONTWICETOSELECT;3%450=ANDPRESSTHE butTONORTHE%.4%2BUTTONTOSELECT;"!3)#=
3. Press the BUTTONlVETIMESTOSELECT;/04)/.3=
4. Press the BUTTON lVE TIMES TO SELECT ;$%&!5,4 3/52#%
3%,%#4=ANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
The [DEFAULT SOURCE SELECT] screen will be displayed.
(m page 111)
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.
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2. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation)
Adjusting the Picture Size and Position
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SIZEANDPOSITION
In this chapter drawings and cables are omitted for clarity.
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POSITION
;&OCUSRING=
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(m page 18)
&INELYADJUSTINGTHESIZEOFANIMAGE
;:OOMLEVER:OOMRING=
(m page 19)
!DJUSTING THE PROJECTED IMAGES HEIGHT AND HORIZONTAL
TILT
;4ILTFOOT=
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(m page 21)
(m page 21)
!DJUSTINGTHEKEYSTONECORRECTION
;+EYSTONE=
(m page 22)
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!DJUSTTHEPROJECTEDIMAGESHEIGHTUSINGTHETILTFEETWHENYOUWANTTOPROJECTTHEIMAGEATAPOSITIONHIGHERTHANTHE
LENSSHIFTADJUSTMENTRANGE
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2. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation)
Adjusting the vertical position of a projected image (Lens shift)
CAUTION
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Lens shift dial (Horizontal)
Leftward
Rightward
Downward
Upward
Turn the lens shift dials clockwise or counterclockwise.
Lens shift dial (Vertical)
6ERTICALDIAL
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!PPROXIMATETURNINGRANGE!BOUTTURNSCOUNTERCLOCKWISEABOUTTURNSCLOCKWISEWHENTHELENSISATTHECENTER
POSITION
(ORIZONTALDIAL
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POSITION
NOTE:
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2. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation)
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1V
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0.1H
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Focus
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2. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation)
Applicable lens: NP11FL
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6ERTICALDIAL
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POSITIONTURNTHEDIALFULLTURNCLOCKWISE
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1. Turn the distortion ring to the left edge.
Lens shift dials
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 edges of the screen 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.
2. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation)
Zoom
4URNTHEZOOMLEVERORZOOMRINGCLOCKWISEANDCOUNTERCLOCKWISE
4HESEPARATELYSOLD.0&,LENSDOESNOTHAVEAZOOMRING
Zoom ring
Adjusting the Tilt Feet
1. Turn the left and right tilt feet to adjust.
The tilt feet lengthen and shorten when turned.
The height of the projected image is adjusted by turning the left
and right tilt feet.
If the projected image is tilted, turn one of the tilt feet to adjust
the image so that it is level.
- If the projected image is distorted, see “2-6 Correcting Keystone
Distortion” (m page 22).
- The tilt feet can be lengthened by a maximum of 20 mm.
- The tilt feet can be used to tilt the projector by a maximum of 4º.
NOTE:
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FEETORHOOKINGITONTOAWALLUSINGTHETILTFEETCOULDDAMAGETHEPROJECTOR
Up
Tilt foot
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Down
2. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation)
Correcting Keystone Distortion
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7HENTHEPROJECTORISSETUPATANANGLEINRELATIONTOTHESCREENADJUSTTHE(ORIZONTALOPTIONOFTHE+EYSTONEMENU
SOTHATTHETOPANDBOTTOMOFSIDESOFTHEPROJECTEDIMAGEAREPARALLEL
0RESSTHE'%/-%42)#BUTTONONTHEREMOTECONTROLORTHEPROJECtor cabinet.
The Keystone screen will be displayed on the screen.
Screen frame
Projected area
2. Press the BUTTONTOSELECT;6%24)#!,=ANDTHENUSETHE or so that the left and right sides of the projected image are parallel.
* Adjust the vertical keystone distortion.
3. Align the left (or right) side of the screen with the left (or right) side
of the projected image.
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Align left side
4. Press the BUTTONTOSELECT;(/2):/.4!,=ANDTHENUSETHE or
so that the top and bottom sides of the projected image are parallel.
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2. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation)
5. Repeat steps 2 and 4 to correct keystone distortion.
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The Keystone screen will disappear.
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NOTE:
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2. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation)
Optimizing Computer Signal Automatically
Adjusting the Image Using Auto Adjust
/PTIMIZINGACOMPUTERIMAGEAUTOMATICALLY#/-054%2#/-054%2#/-054%2
0RESSTHE!54/!$*BUTTONTOOPTIMIZEACOMPUTERIMAGEAUTOMATICALLY
4HISADJUSTMENTMAYBENECESSARYWHENYOUCONNECTYOURCOMPUTERFORTHElRSTTIME
[Poor picture]
[Normal picture]
NOTE:
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Turning Up or Down Volume
3OUNDLEVELFROMTHESPEAKERCANBEADJUSTED
Increase volume
Decrease volume
4)07HENNOMENUSAPPEARTHEANDBUTTONSONTHEPROJECTORCABINETWORK
ASAVOLUMECONTROL
NOTE:
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2. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation)
Turning off the Projector
4OTURNOFFTHEPROJECTOR
1. First, press the
(POWER) button on the projector
cabinet or the POWER OFF 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 POWER OFF button again.
The lamp will turn off and the projector will go into standby
mode. When in standby mode, the POWER indicator will
light orange and the STATUS indicator will light green when
[NORMAL] is selected for [STANDBY MODE].
0OWER/N
3TANDBY
Steady blue light
Press twice
Steady
orange light
CAUTION:
0ARTSOFTHEPROJECTORMAYBECOMETEMPORARILYHEATEDIFTHEPROJECTORISTURNEDOFFWITHTHE0/7%2BUTTONORIFTHE
!#POWERSUPPLYISDISCONNECTEDDURINGNORMALPROJECTOROPERATION
5SECAUTIONWHENPICKINGUPTHEPROJECTOR
NOTE:
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s 9OUCANNOTTURNOFFTHEPOWERFORSECONDSIMMEDIATELYAFTERTURNINGITONANDDISPLAYINGANIMAGE
s 7AITATLEASTMINUTESAFTERTHEPOWERISTURNEDONAFTERSTARTINGTOPROJECTBEFORETURNINGTHE!#POWEROFFWHILEANIMAGEIS
BEINGPROJECTEDORWHILETHECOOLINGFANISRUNNING
s $ONOTUNPLUGTHEPOWERCORDFROMTHEPROJECTORORFROMTHEPOWEROUTLETWHILEANIMAGEISBEINGPROJECTED$OINGSOCOULD
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2. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation)
After Use
0REPARATION-AKESURETHATTHEPROJECTORISTURNEDOFF
1. Unplug the power cord.
2. Disconnect any other cables.
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3. Mount the lens cap on the lens.
4. Before moving the projector, screw in the tilt feet if they have been lengthened.
3. Convenient Features
Turning off the Image and Sound
0RESSTHE!6-54%BUTTONTOTURNOFFTHEIMAGESOUNDBEEPSOUNDFOR
ASHORTPERIODOFTIME0RESSAGAINTORESTORETHEIMAGEANDSOUND
4HEPROJECTORSPOWERSAVINGFUNCTIONWILLWORKSECONDSAFTERTHEIMAGE
ISTURNEDOFF!SARESULTTHELAMPPOWERWILLBEREDUCED
NOTE:
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Freezing a Picture
0RESS THE &2%%:% BUTTON TO FREEZE A PICTURE 0RESS AGAIN TO RESUME
MOTION
./4%4HEIMAGEISFROZENBUTTHEORIGINALVIDEOISSTILLPLAYINGBACK
Enlarging a Picture
9OUCANENLARGETHEPICTUREUPTOFOURTIMES
./4%4HEMAXIMUMMAGNIlCATIONMAYBELESSTHANFOURTIMESDEPENDINGON
THESIGNAL
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3. Convenient Features
2. Press the button.
The area of the magnified image will be moved
0RESSTHE$://-–BUTTON
Each time the D-ZOOM (−) button is pressed, the image is reduced.
./4%
s 4HEIMAGEWILLBEENLARGEDORREDUCEDATTHECENTEROFTHESCREEN
s $ISPLAYINGTHEMENUWILLCANCELTHECURRENTMAGNIlCATION
Changing Eco Mode/Checking Energy-Saving Effect Using Eco
Mode [ECO MODE]
4HISFEATUREENABLESYOUTOSELECTTWOBRIGHTNESSMODESOFTHELAMP
/&&AND/.MODES4HELAMPLIFECANBEEXTENDEDBYTURNINGONTHE;%#/-/$%=
;%#/-/$%=
$ESCRIPTION
;/&&=
4HISISTHEDEFAULTSETTING"RIGHTNESS
;/.=
,OWLAMPPOWERCONSUMPTIONAPPROX"RIGHTNESS
4OTURNONTHE;%#/-/$%=DOTHEFOLLOWING
0RESSTHE%#/BUTTONONTHEREMOTECONTROLTODISPLAY;%#/-/$%=SCREEN
2. Use the or BUTTONTOSELECT;/.=
3. Press the ENTER button.
To change from [ON] to [OFF], Go back to Step 2 and select [OFF]. Repeat Step 3.
./4%
s 4HE;%#/-/$%=CANBECHANGEDBYUSINGTHEMENU
3ELECT;3%450=m;"!3)#=m;%#/-/$%=
s 4HELAMPLIFEREMAININGANDLAMPHOURSUSEDCANBECHECKEDIN;53!'%4)-%=3ELECT;).&/=m;53!'%4)-%=
s ;%#/-/$%=ISALWAYSSETTO;/&&=FORMINUTEIMMEDIATELYAFTERTHELAMPISTURNEDON4HELAMPCONDITIONWILLNOTBEAFFECTED
EVENWHEN;%#/-/$%=ISCHANGED
s !FTERALAPSEOFMINUTEFROMWHENTHEPROJECTORDISPLAYSABLUEBLACKORLOGOSCREEN;%#/-/$%=WILLAUTOMATICALLYSWITCHTO
;/.=
s )FTHEPROJECTORISOVERHEATEDIN;/&&=MODETHEREMAYBEACASEWHERETHE;%#/-/$%=AUTOMATICALLYCHANGESTO;/.=MODE
TOPROTECTTHEPROJECTOR4HISISCALLEDh&ORCED%#/-ODEv7HENTHEPROJECTORISINTHE&ORCED%CO-ODETHEPICTUREBRIGHTNESS
DECREASESSLIGHTLYANDTHE4%-0INDICATORLIGHTSORANGE!TTHESAMETIMETHE4HERMOMETERSYMBOL; =ISDISPLAYEDATTHE
BOTTOMRIGHTOFTHESCREEN
7HENTHEPROJECTORCOMESBACKTONORMALTEMPERATURETHE&ORCED%CO-ODEISCANCELLEDANDTHE;%#/-/$%=RETURNSTO;/&&=
MODE
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3. Convenient Features
Checking Energy-Saving Effect [CARBON METER]
4HISFEATUREWILLSHOWENERGYSAVINGEFFECTINTERMSOF#/2EMISSIONREDUCTIONKGWHENTHEPROJECTORS;%#/-/$%=
ISSETTO;/&&=OR;/.=4HISFEATUREISCALLEDAS;#!2"/.-%4%2=
4HEREARETWOMESSAGES;4/4!,#!2"/.3!6).'3=AND;#!2"/.3!6).'33%33)/.=4HE;4/4!,#!2"/.
3!6).'3=MESSAGESHOWSTHETOTALAMOUNTOF#/2EMISSIONREDUCTIONFROMTHETIMEOFSHIPMENTUPTONOW9OUCAN
CHECKTHEINFORMATIONON;53!'%4)-%=FROM;).&/=OFTHEMENUmPAGE112
4HE;#!2"/.3!6).'33%33)/.=MESSAGESHOWSTHEAMOUNTOF#/2EMISSIONREDUCTIONBETWEENTHETIMEOF
CHANGINGTO%#/-/$%IMMEDIATELYAFTERTHETIMEOFPOWERONANDTHETIMEOFPOWEROFF4HE;#!2"/.3!6).'3
3%33)/.=MESSAGEWILLBEDISPLAYEDINTHE;0/7%2/&&!2%9/5352%=MESSAGEATTHETIMEOFPOWEROFF
4)0
s 4HEFORMULAASSHOWNBELOWISUSEDTOCALCULATETHEAMOUNTOF#/EMISSIONREDUCTION
!MOUNTOF#/EMISSIONREDUCTION0OWERCONSUMPTIONIN/&&FOR%#/-/$%–0OWERCONSUMPTIONIN/.FOR%#/-/$%¾
#/CONVERSIONFACTOR
7HENTHEIMAGEISTURNEDOFFWITHTHE!6-54%BUTTONTHEAMOUNTOF#/EMMISSIONREDUCTIONWILLALSO
INCREASE
#ALCULATIONFORAMOUNTOF#/EMISSIONREDUCTIONISBASEDONAN/%#$PUBLICATIONh#/%MISSIONSFROM&UEL#OMBUSTION
%DITIONv
s 4HE;4/4!,#!2"/.3!6).'3=ISCALCULATEDBASEDONSAVINGSRECORDEDINMINUTESINTERVALS
s 4HISFORMULAWILLNOTAPPLYTOTHEPOWERCONSUMPTIONWHICHISNOTAFFECTEDBYWHETHER;%#/-/$%=ISTURNEDONOROFF
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3. Convenient Features
Using the Optional Remote Mouse Receiver (NP01MR)
4HEOPTIONALREMOTEMOUSERECEIVERENABLESYOUTOOPERATEYOURCOMPUTERSMOUSEFUNCTIONSFROMTHEREMOTECONTROL
)TISAGREATCONVENIENCEFORCLICKINGTHROUGHYOURCOMPUTERGENERATEDPRESENTATIONS
Connecting the remote mouse receiver to your computer
)FYOUWISHTOUSETHEREMOTEMOUSEFUNCTIONCONNECTTHEMOUSERECEIVERANDCOMPUTER
4HEMOUSERECEIVERCANBECONNECTEDDIRECTLYTOTHECOMPUTERS53"PORTTYPE!
./4%$EPENDINGONTHETYPEOFCONNECTIONOR/3INSTALLEDONYOURCOMPUTERYOUMAYHAVETORESTARTYOURCOMPUTERORCHANGE
YOURCOMPUTERSETTINGS
Computer
Remote mouse receiver
To USB port of PC or Macintosh
When operating a computer via the remote mouse receiver
7 m/22 feet
Remote sensor on the
remote mouse receiver
When connecting using the USB terminal
&OR0#THEMOUSERECEIVERCANONLYBEUSEDWITHA7INDOWS80
7INDOWS6ISTA7INDOWSOR-AC/38
ORLATEROPERATINGSYSTEM
./4%)N30OROLDERVERSIONOF7INDOWS80IFTHEMOUSECURSORWILLNOTMOVECORRECTLYDOTHEFOLLOWING
#LEARTHE%NHANCEPOINTERPRECISIONCHECKBOXUNDERNEATHTHEMOUSESPEEDSLIDERINTHE-OUSE0ROPERTIESDIALOGBOX;0OINTER
/PTIONSTAB=
./4%4HE0!'%6AND5BUTTONSDONOTWORKWITH0OWER0OINTFOR-ACINTOSH
./4%7AITATLEASTSECONDSAFTERDISCONNECTINGTHEMOUSERECEIVERBEFORERECONNECTINGITANDVICEVERSA4HECOMPUTERMAYNOT
IDENTIFYTHEMOUSERECEIVERIFITISREPEATEDLYCONNECTEDANDDISCONNECTEDINRAPIDINTERVALS
3. Convenient Features
Operating your computer’s mouse from the remote control
9OUCANOPERATEYOURCOMPUTERSMOUSEFROMTHEREMOTECONTROL
0!'%6/5"UTTON
"UTTONS
,#,)#+"UTTON
2#,)#+"UTTON
SCROLLSTHEVIEWINGAREAOFTHEWINDOWORTOMOVETOTHEPREVIOUSORNEXTSLIDEIN
0OWER0OINTONYOURCOMPUTER
MOVESTHEMOUSECURSORONYOURCOMPUTER
WORKSASTHEMOUSELEFTBUTTON
WORKSASTHEMOUSERIGHTBUTTON
NOTE:
s 7HENYOUOPERATETHECOMPUTERUSINGTHEORBUTTONWITHTHEMENUDISPLAYEDBOTHTHEMENUANDTHEMOUSEPOINTER
WILLBEAFFECTED#LOSETHEMENUANDPERFORMTHEMOUSEOPERATION
s 4HE0!'%6AND5BUTTONSDONOTWORKWITH0OWER0OINTFOR-ACINTOSH
!BOUT$RAG-ODE
"YPRESSINGTHE,#,)#+OR2#,)#+BUTTONFORORSECONDSTHENRELEASINGTHEDRAGMODEISSETANDTHEDRAG
OPERATIONCANBEPERFORMEDSIMPLYBYPRESSINGTHEBUTTON4ODROPTHEITEMPRESSTHE,#,)#+OR2#,)#+
BUTTON4OCANCELITPRESSTHE2#,)#+OR,#,)#+BUTTON
4)09OUCANCHANGETHE0OINTERSPEEDONTHE-OUSE0ROPERTIESDIALOGBOXONTHE7INDOWS&ORMOREINFORMATIONSEETHEUSER
DOCUMENTATIONORONLINEHELPSUPPLIEDWITHYOURCOMPUTER
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3. Convenient Features
Correcting Horizontal and Vertical Keystone Distortion [CORNERSTONE]
5SETHE$2EFORMFEATURETOCORRECTKEYSTONETRAPEZOIDALDISTORTIONTOMAKETHETOPORBOTTOMANDTHELEFTORRIGHT
SIDEOFTHESCREENLONGERORSHORTERSOTHATTHEPROJECTEDIMAGEISRECTANGULAR
Cornerstone
0RESSANDHOLDTHE'%/-%42)#BUTTONFORAMINIMUMOFSECONDSTORESETCURRENTADJUSTMENTS
Current adjustments for [KEYSTONE] or [CORNERSTONE] will be cleared.
2. Project an image so that the screen is smaller than the area of the raster.
3. Pick up any one of the corners and align the corner of the image with a corner of the screen.
Projected image
The drawing shows the upper right corner.
4)00!80!80!80!87HEN;7)$%3#2%%.=ISSELECTEDFROM;3#2%%.
490%=LINESTHATSHOWhvORhvWILLBEDISPLAYED#LICKTHEOUTERCORNERS
0!70!70!70!70!50!50!50!57HEN;
3#2%%.=ISSELECTEDFROM;3#2%%.490%=LINESTHATSHOWhvWILLBEDISPLAYED
#LICKTHEOUTERCORNERS
0RESSTHE'%/-%42)#BUTTONTWICE
The Cornerstone adjustment screen is displayed.
The drawing shows the upper left
icon ( ) is selected.
4)0 )F YOU ARE ADJUSTING ;+%934/.%= ;#/2.%234/.%= WILL NOT BE
AVAILABLE)FTHISHAPPENSPRESSANDHOLDTHE'%/-%42)#BUTTONFORA
MINIMUMOFSECONDSTORESETTHE;+%934/.%=ADJUSTMENTS
5. Use the button to select one icon () which points in the direction you wish to move the projected
image frame.
6. Press the ENTER button.
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3. Convenient Features
7. Use the button to move the projected image frame as shown on the example.
8. Press the ENTER button.
9. Use the button to select another icon which points in the direction.
On the Cornerstone adjustment screen, select [EXIT] or press the EXIT button on the remote control.
The confirmation screen is displayed.
10. Press the or BUTTONTOHIGHLIGHTTHE;/+=ANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
4HISCOMPLETESTHE#ORNERSTONECORRECTION
3ELECTING;#!.#%,=WILLRETURNTOTHEADJUSTMENTSCREENWITHOUTSAVINGCHANGES3TEP
3ELECTING;2%3%4=WILLRETURNTOTHEFACTORYDEFAULT
3ELECTING;5.$/=WILLEXITWITHOUTSAVINGCHANGES
./4%4ORESETTHE$2EFORMCORRECTIONSETTINGVALUESPRESSANDHOLDTHE'%/-%42)#BUTTONFORAMINIMUMOFSECONDS
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3. Convenient Features
4HEADJUSTABLERANGESFOR$2EFORMAREASFOLLOWS
PA722X/PA721X/PA622X/PA621X/PA672W/PA671W/PA572W/PA571W
#/2.%234/.%
+%934/.%
(/2):/.4!,
6%24)#!,
-AX–—APPROX
-AX–—APPROX
(/2):/.4!,
6%24)#!,
-AX–—APPROX
-AX–—APPROX
PA622U/PA621U/PA522U/PA521U
#/2.%234/.%
+%934/.%
4HEFOLLOWINGARECONDITIONSUNDERWHICHTHEMAXIMUMANGLEISACHIEVED
s 7HENTHELENS.0:,ISUSED
s 7HENTHELENSSHIFTISSETTOTHECENTER
7HENTHELENSSHIFTISUSEDANDYETTHEIMAGEISNOTDISPLAYEDINTHECENTEROFTHESCREENTHEADJUSTABLERANGE
WILLBEINCREASEDORDECREASED
s )MAGEISPROJECTEDINMAXIMUMWIDEWITHTHEZOOMRING
./4%
s %VENWHENTHEPROJECTORISTURNEDONTHELASTUSEDCORRECTIONVALUESAREAPPLIED
s )FTHE#ORNERSTONESCREENISUNAVAILABLEGRAYEDPRESSANDHOLDTHE'%/-%42)#BUTTONFORAMINIMUMOFSECONDSTORESET
THECURRENTCORRECTIONDATA4HE#ORNERSTONEFUNCTIONBECOMESAVAILABLE
s 4URNINGONTHEPROJECTORWILLRESETTHEPREVIOUSCORRECTIONSETTINGVALUESANDCORRECTDISTORTIONANEWIFTHEPROJECTIONANGLEIS
CHANGEDFROMTHELASTUSE
)FTHEPROJECTIONANGLEISTHESAMEASINTHELASTUSETHEPREVIOUSCORRECTIONSETTINGVALUESARERETAINEDINTHEMEMORY
s 4HERANGEOFKEYSTONECORRECTIONISNOTTHEMAXIMUMTILTANGLEOFPROJECTOR
./4%5SING$2EFORMCORRECTIONCANCAUSETHEIMAGETOBESLIGHTLYBLURREDBECAUSETHECORRECTIONISMADEELECTRONICALLY
3. Convenient Features
Displaying Two Pictures at the Same Time
4HEPROJECTORHASAFEATURETHATALLOWSYOUTOVIEWTWODIFFERENTSIGNALSSIMULTANEOUSLY9OUHAVETWOMODES0)0
MODEAND0)#452%"90)#452%MODE
&ROMTHEMENUYOUCANSELECT;3%450=m;"!3)#=m;0)00)#452%"90)#452%=
4HE;0)00)#452%"90)#452%=MENUITEMHASTHEFOLLOWINGTHREEOPTIONS-/$%0/3)4)/.AND3/52#%
5SETHE or BUTTONTOSELECT;-/$%=;0/3)4)/.=OR;3/52#%=ANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
Selecting the PIP or PICTURE BY PICTURE Mode [MODE]
4HISOPTIONALLOWSYOUTOSELECTTWOMODES0)0AND3)$%"93)$%
5SETHE or BUTTONTOSELECT;0)0=OR;0)#452%"90)#452%=ANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
0)04HISOPTIONALLOWSYOUTOVIEWASUBPICTUREINTHEMAINPICTURE
Main picture
Sub
picture
0)#452%"90)#452%4HISALLOWSYOUTOVIEWTWOPICTURESSIDEBYSIDE
Main picture
Sub picture
./4%
s 4HEMAINPICTUREWILLBEDISPLAYEDONTHELEFTSIDEANDTHESUBPICTUREONTHERIGHTSIDE
s 4HEMAINPICTURESIGNALSUPPORTSTHE#/-054%2#/-054%2AND#/-054%2CONNECTORS
4HESUBPICTURESIGNALSUPPORTSTHE6)$%/).AND36)$%/).CONNECTORS
s 4HEMAINPICTURESUPPORTSAN2'"SIGNALWITHARESOLUTIONOF¾PIXELSORLESS
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3. Convenient Features
6IEWING4WO0ICTURES
1. Press the PIP button on the remote control.
The PIP/PICTURE BY PICTURE SOURCE screen will be displayed.
2. Use the or button to select the source and press the ENTER button.
The PIP screen or PICTURE BY PICTURE screen will be displayed, depending on which was selected in the
[MODE] setting screen.
3. Press the PIP button again to return to the normal screen (single picture).
4)0
s 3ELECTINGANOTHERSOURCEWILLRETURNTOTHENORMALSCREEN
s 3ELECTINGASOURCENOTSUPPORTEDFORTHEMAINPICTUREORTHESUBPICTUREWILLRETURNTOTHENORMALSCREEN
[POSITION]
4HISOPTIONALLOWSYOUTOSELECTTHEPOSITIONOFASUBPICTUREINTHEMAINPICTURE
./4%
s 4HEDEFAULTSETTINGIS;"/44/-2)'(4=
5SETHE or BUTTONTOSELECTTHESUBPICTURESPOSITIONANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
4HEOPTIONSARE4/0,%&44/02)'(4"/44/-,%&4AND"/44/-2)'(4
4HEFOLLOWINGADJUSTMENTSANDSETTINGSAREAVAILABLEFORTHEMAINPICTUREONLY
!DJUSTINGPICTUREANDSOUND
-AGNIFYINGAPICTURE
4HEFOLLOWINGOPERATIONSAREAVAILABLEFORBOTHTHEMAINANDSUBPICTURES
0ICTUREANDAUDIOMUTE
&REEZINGAMOVINGPICTURE
3. Convenient Features
Preventing the Unauthorized Use of the Projector [SECURITY]
!KEYWORDCANBESETFORYOURPROJECTORUSINGTHE-ENUTOAVOIDOPERATIONBYANUNAUTHORIZEDUSER7HENAKEYWORD
ISSETTURNINGONTHEPROJECTORWILLDISPLAYTHE+EYWORDINPUTSCREEN5NLESSTHECORRECTKEYWORDISENTEREDTHEPROJECTORCANNOTPROJECTANIMAGE
s4HE;3%#52)49=SETTINGCANNOTBECANCELLEDBYUSINGTHE;2%3%4=OFTHEMENU
4OENABLETHE3ECURITYFUNCTION
1. Press the MENU button.
The menu will be displayed.
2. Press the BUTTONTWICETOSELECT;3%450=ANDPRESSTHEBUTTONORTHE%.4%2BUTTONTOSELECT;"!3)#=
3. Press the BUTTONTOSELECT;).34!,,!4)/.=
4. Press the BUTTONTHREETIMESTOSELECT;3%#52)49=ANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
The OFF/ON menu will be displayed.
5. Press the BUTTONTOSELECT;/.=ANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
The [SECURITY KEYWORD] screen will be displayed.
6. Type in a combination of the four buttons and press the ENTER button.
./4%!KEYWORDMUSTBETODIGITSINLENGTH
The [CONFIRM KEYWORD] screen will be displayed.
./4%-AKEANOTEOFYOURPASSWORDANDSTOREITINASAFEPLACE
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3. Convenient Features
7. Type in the same combination of buttons and press the ENTER button.
The confirmation screen will be displayed.
3ELECT;9%3=ANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
The SECURITY function has been enabled.
4OTURNONTHEPROJECTORWHEN;3%#52)49=ISENABLED
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.
./4%4HESECURITYDISABLEMODEISMAINTAINEDUNTILTHEMAINPOWERISTURNEDOFFORUNPLUGGINGTHEPOWERCORD
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3. Convenient Features
4ODISABLETHE3%#52)49FUNCTION
1. Press the MENU button.
The menu will be displayed.
3ELECT;3%450=m;).34!,,!4)/.=m;3%#52)49=ANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
The OFF/ON menu will be displayed.
3ELECT;/&&=ANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
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.
./4%)FYOUFORGETYOURKEYWORDCONTACTYOURDEALER9OURDEALERWILLPROVIDEYOUWITHYOURKEYWORDINEXCHANGEFORYOURREQUEST
CODE9OURREQUESTCODEISDISPLAYEDINTHE+EYWORD#ONlRMATIONSCREEN)NTHISEXAMPLE;."9'+6$+*.%%9!=
ISAREQUESTCODE
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3. Convenient Features
Controlling the Projector by Using an HTTP Browser
Overview
4HE(4403ERVERFUNCTIONPROVIDESSETTINGSANDOPERATIONSFOR
3ETTINGFORWIREDWIRELESSNETWORK.%47/2+3%44).'3
To use wireless LAN connection, the optional USB Wireless LAN Unit is required. (m page 151)
To use wired/wireless LAN connection, connect the projector to the computer with a commercially available LAN
cable. (m page 150)
2. Setting Alert Mail (ALERT MAIL)
When the projector is connected to a wired/wireless network, lamp replace time or error messages will be sent via
e-mail.
3. Operating the projector
Power on/off, selecting input, volume control and picture adjustments are possible.
3ETTING0*,INK0!337/2$AND!-8"%!#/.
4WOWAYSOFACCESSTOTHE(440SERVERFUNCTIONAREAVAILABLE
s 3TARTTHE7EBBROWSERONTHECOMPUTERVIATHENETWORKCONNECTEDTOTHEPROJECTORANDENTERTHEFOLLOWING
URL :
HTTPTHEPROJECTORS)0ADDRESSINDEXHTML
s 5SE)MAGE%XPRESS5TILITY,ITEOR)MAGE%XPRESS5TILITYCONTAINEDONTHESUPPLIED.%#0ROJECTOR#$
ROM.
4)04HEFACTORYSETTING)0ADDRESSIS;$(#0/.=
./4%
s 4OUSETHEPROJECTORINANETWORKCONSULTWITHYOURNETWORKADMINISTRATORABOUTNETWORKSETTINGS
s 4HEDISPLAYSORBUTTONSRESPONSECANBESLOWEDDOWNOROPERATIONMAYNOTBEACCEPTEDDEPENDINGTHESETTINGSOFYOURNETWORK
3HOULDTHISHAPPENCONSULTYOURNETWORKADMINISTRATOR4HEPROJECTORMAYNOTRESPONDIFITSBUTTONSAREREPEATEDLYPRESSEDIN
RAPIDINTERVALS3HOULDTHISHAPPENWAITAMOMENTANDREPEAT)FYOUSTILLCANTGETANYRESPONSETURNOFFANDBACKONTHEPROJECTOR
s )FTHE02/*%#4/2.%47/2+3%44).'3SCREENDOESNOTAPPEARINTHEWEBBROWSERPRESSTHE#TRL&KEYSTOREFRESHYOURWEB
BROWSERORCLEARTHECACHE
s 4HISDEVICEUSESh*AVA3CRIPTvANDh#OOKIESvANDTHEBROWSERSHOULDBESETTOACCEPTTHESEFUNCTIONS4HESETTINGMETHODWILL
VARYDEPENDINGONTHEVERSIONOFBROWSER0LEASEREFERTOTHEHELPlLESANDTHEOTHERINFORMATIONPROVIDEDINYOURSOFTWARE
Preparation before Use
#ONNECTTHEPROJECTORTOACOMMERCIALLYAVAILABLE,!.CABLEBEFOREENGAGINGINBROWSEROPERATIONSmPAGE150
/PERATIONWITHABROWSERTHATUSESAPROXYSERVERMAYNOTBEPOSSIBLEDEPENDINGONTHETYPEOFPROXYSERVERANDTHE
SETTINGMETHOD!LTHOUGHTHETYPEOFPROXYSERVERWILLBEAFACTORITISPOSSIBLETHATITEMSTHATHAVEACTUALLYBEENSET
WILLNOTBEDISPLAYEDDEPENDINGONTHEEFFECTIVENESSOFTHECACHEANDTHECONTENTSSETFROMTHEBROWSERMAYNOTBE
REmECTEDINOPERATION)TISRECOMMENDEDTHATAPROXYSERVERNOTBEUSEDUNLESSITISUNAVOIDABLE
3. Convenient Features
Handling of the Address for Operation via a Browser
2EGARDINGTHEACTUALADDRESSTHATISENTEREDFORTHEADDRESSORENTEREDTOTHE52,COLUMNWHENOPERATIONOFTHEPROJECTORISVIAABROWSERTHEHOSTNAMECANBEUSEDASITISWHENTHEHOSTNAMECORRESPONDINGTOTHE)0ADDRESSOFTHE
PROJECTORHASBEENREGISTEREDTOTHEDOMAINNAMESERVERBYANETWORKADMINISTRATORORTHEHOSTNAMECORRESPONDING
TOTHE)0ADDRESSOFTHEPROJECTORHASBEENSETINTHEh(/343vlLEOFTHECOMPUTERBEINGUSED
%XAMPLE7HENTHEHOSTNAMEOFTHEPROJECTORHASBEENSETTOhPJNECCOJPvACCESSISGAINEDTOTHENETWORK
SETTINGBYSPECIFYING
HTTPPJNECCOJPINDEXHTML
FORTHEADDRESSORTHEENTRYCOLUMNOFTHE52,
%XAMPLE7HENTHE)0ADDRESSOFTHEPROJECTORIShvACCESSISGAINEDTOTHENETWORKSETTINGBY
SPECIFYING
HTTPINDEXHTML
FORTHEADDRESSORTHEENTRYCOLUMNOFTHE52,
PROJECTOR ADJUSTMENT
0/7%24HISCONTROLSTHEPOWEROFTHEPROJECTOR
ON ......................... Power is switched on.
OFF ........................ Power is switched off.
6/,5-%4HISCONTROLSTHEVOLUMEOFTHEPROJECTOR
........................... Increases the volume adjustment value.
........................... Decreases the volume adjustment value.
!6-54%4HISCONTROLSTHEMUTEFUNCTIONOFTHEPROJECTOR
PICTURE ON .......... Mutes the video.
PICTURE OFF ......... Cancels the video muting.
SOUND ON ............ Mutes the audio.
SOUND OFF ........... Cancels the audio muting.
ALL ON .................. Mutes each of the video, and audio functions.
ALL OFF ................. Cancels the muting of each of the video, and audio functions.
3. Convenient Features
0)#452%#ONTROLSTHEVIDEOADJUSTMENTOFTHEPROJECTOR
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.
s 4HEFUNCTIONSTHATCANBECONTROLLEDWILLVARYDEPENDINGONTHESIGNALBEINGINPUTTOTHEPROJECTORmPAGE
3
3/52#%3%,%#44HISSWITCHESTHEINPUTCONNECTOROFTHEPROJECTOR
COMPUTER 1 ........ Switches to the COMPUTER IN connector.
COMPUTER 2 ........ Switches to the COMPUTER 2 IN connector.
COMPUTER 3 ........ Switches to the COMPUTER 3 IN connector.
HDMI ..................... Switches to the HDMI IN connector.
DisplayPort ............ Switches to the DisplayPort.
VIDEO .................... Switches to the VIDEO IN connector.
S-VIDEO ................ Switches to the S-VIDEO IN connector.
VIEWER ................. Switches to the data on the USB memory device.
NETWORK ............. Switches to a LAN signal.
02/*%#4/234!4534HISDISPLAYSTHECONDITIONOFTHEPROJECTOR
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.
,/'/&&,OGGINGOFFYOURPROJECTORANDRETURNINGTOTHEAUTHENTICATIONSCREEN,/'/.SCREEN
3. Convenient Features
NETWORK SETTINGS
s3%44).'3
WIRED or WIRELESS
3%44).'
3ETFORWIRED,!.ORFORWIRELESS,!.
!00,9
!PPLYYOURSETTINGSTOWIRED,!.ORWIRELESS,!.
$(#0/.
!UTOMATICALLYASSIGN)0ADDRESSSUBNETMASKANDGATEWAYTOTHEPROJECTORFROMYOUR
$(#0SERVER
$(#0/&&
3ET)0ADDRESSSUBNETMASKANDGATEWAYTOTHEPROJECTORASSIGNEDBYYOURNETWORK
ADMINISTRATOR
)0!$$2%33
3ETYOUR)0ADDRESSOFTHENETWORKCONNECTEDTOTHEPROJECTOR
35".%4-!3+
3ETYOURSUBNETMASKNUMBEROFTHENETWORKCONNECTEDTOTHEPROJECTOR
'!4%7!9
3ETTHEDEFAULTGATEWAYOFTHENETWORKCONNECTEDTOTHEPROJECTOR
7).3
3ETTHE)0ADDRESSOFYOUR7).3SERVEROFTHENETWORKCONNECTEDTOTHEPROJECTORWHEN
;$(#0=ISTURNEDONTHISOPTIONISNOTAVAILABLE
!54/$.3/.
$(#0 SERVER WILL AUTOMATICALLY ASSIGN )0 ADDRESS OF $.3 SERVER CONNECTED TO THE
PROJECTOR
!54/$.3/&&
3ETYOUR)0ADDRESSOF$.3SERVERCONNECTEDTOTHEPROJECTOR
Setting for WIRED LAN
02/&),%02/&),%
4WOSETTINGSCANBESETFORWIRED,!.CONNECTION3ELECT02/&),%OR02/&),%
$)3!",%
4URNOFFWIRED,!.CONNECTION
3ETTINGFOR7)2%,%33,!.THEOPTIONAL7IRELESS,!.5NITREQUIREDFOR%UROPE!USTRALIAAND!SIANCOUNTRIES
%!39#/..%#4)/.
%XECUTEAWIRELESS,!.USING%!39#/..%#4)/.
3)-0,%!##%30/).4
3ETTHEPROJECTORFORSIMPLEACCESSPOINT
703
5SE7037I&I0ROTECTED3ETUP­TOSETUPTHEWIRELESS,!.FORTHEPROJECTOR
./4%5SETHEPROJECTORSMENUSTOMAKE703CONNECTIONSANDCHANGETHE703
PROlLESETTINGS
#(!..%,
3ELECTACHANNEL!VAILABLECHANNELSVARYDEPENDINGONTHECOUNTRYANDREGION7HEN
YOUSELECT;).&2!3425#452%=MAKESURETHATTHEPROJECTORANDYOURACCESSPOINT
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3. Convenient Features
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3. Convenient Features
Projecting Your Computer’s Screen Image from the Projector
via a Network [NETWORK PROJECTOR]
"YSELECTINGTHEPROJECTORCONNECTEDTOTHESAMENETWORKASTHATOFYOUR0#THE0#SCREENIMAGECANBEPROJECTED
TOTHESCREENVIANETWORK4HEREISNONEEDOFCONNECTIONUSINGTHECOMPUTERCABLE6'!
Operation Environment
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7IRED,!.ORWIRELESS,!.ENVIRONMENTTHATSUPPORTS4#0)0ISREQUIRED
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The input selection window appears.
Another way to display the input selection window is to press the NETWORK button on the remote control. The
APPLICATION MENU screen will be displayed. Go to step 3.
3. Convenient Features
2. Press the or BUTTONTOSELECT;.%47/2+=ANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
In the screen, the [APPLICATION MENU] menu is displayed.
&ROMTHE;!00,)#!4)/.-%.5=MENUSELECT;.%47/2+02/*%#4/2=
The [PROJECTOR NAME/DISPLAY RESOLUTION/PASSWORD/URL] will be displayed.
3. Convenient Features
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#LICK;3TART=FROMTHEDESKTOPOF7INDOWS
#LICK;!LL0ROGRAMS=
#LICK;!CCESSORIES=
#LICK;#ONNECTTOA.ETWORK0ROJECTOR=
When the [Permission Connect to a Network Projector] window appears, click [Yes.].
The “Connect to a Network Projector” window appears.
#LICK;m3EARCHFORAPROJECTORRECOMMENDED=
In the “Available projectors” box, “PA600 Series” is displayed.
#LICK;0!3ERIES=
The message “Enter the password for the projector that you selected.” is displayed at the bottom of the window.
3. Convenient Features
7. Input the password to the password input box displayed by the operation at step 3 on page 44.
#LICK;#ONNECT=
The network projector function works and the screen of Windows 7 is projected from the projector.
s )FTHERESOLUTIONOFYOURCOMPUTERSSCREENISDIFFERENTFROMTHEPROJECTORSSCREENRESOLUTIONTHE.%47/2+
PROJECTOR function may not work. If this happens, change the resolution of the computer’s screen to lower
resolution than the one displayed at Step 3 on page 48.
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)NPUTEXAMPLEHTTPLANANDh0ROJECTORPASSWORDv)NPUTEXAMPLEDISPLAYEDINTHESCREENPROJECTED
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The Network Projector function is stopped.
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When using the remote control, press a button other than the NETWORK button.
3. Convenient Features
Using the Projector to Operate Your Computer via a Network
[REMOTE DESKTOP]
s "YSELECTINGTHE0#CONNECTEDTOTHESAMENETWORKASTHATOFTHEPROJECTORTHE0#SCREENIMAGECANBEPROJECTED
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7INDOWS6ISTA%NTERPRISE
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.OTE
s )NTHISUSERSMANUALTHISFEATUREISDESCRIBEDUSING7INDOWSASANEXAMPLEBUT7INDOWS6ISTAAND7INDOWS800ROFESSIONAL
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s 4HE2EMOTE$ESKTOPFUNCTIONCANBEOPERATEDWITHAKEYBOARD5SINGAWIRELESSMOUSEWITHAWIRELESSKEYBOARDISMOREUSEFUL
FOROPERATING
5SEACOMMERCIALLYAVAILABLEWIRELESSKEYBOARDAWIRELESSMOUSEANDA53"WIRELESSRECEIVER
5SEACOMMERCIALLYAVAILABLE53"KEYBOARDAND53"MOUSE
s !53"KEYBOARDWITHABUILTIN53"HUBCANNOTBEUSEDWITHTHEPROJECTOR
s !WIRELESSKEYBOARDORMOUSETHATSUPPORTS"LUETOOTHCANNOTBEUSEDWITHTHEPROJECTOR
s 7EDONOTWARRANTTHATTHE53"PORTOFTHEPROJECTORWILLSUPPORTALL53"DEVICESINTHEMARKET
0REPAREACOMMERCIALLYAVAILABLEWIRELESSKEYBOARD53LAYOUTVERSION
#ONNECTTHE53"WIRELESSRECEIVERTOTHE53"PORT4YPE!OFTHEPROJECTOR-AKEALLNECESSARYSETTINGSFORYOUR
WIRELESSKEYBOARDANDMOUSE
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3. Convenient Features
Setting the password to the user account of Windows 7
4)0)FAPASSWORDHASBEENSETFORANACCOUNTTHESTEPSTOCANBESKIPPED
#LICK;3TART=FROMTHEDESKTOPOF7INDOWS
#LICK;#ONTROL0ANEL=
#LICK;!DDORREMOVEUSERACCOUNTS=DISPLAYEDUNDER;5SER!CCOUNTS=
7HENTHE;5SER!CCOUNT#ONTROL=CONlRMATIONWINDOWAPPEARSCLICK;#ONTINUE=
#LICK;!DMINISTRATOR=
#LICK;#REATEAPASSWORD=
)NPUTTHEPASSWORDTOTHE;.EWPASSWORD=BOX
)NPUTTHESAMEPASSWORDASTHATAT3TEPTOTHE;#ONlRMNEWPASSWORD=BOX
#LICK;#REATEAPASSWORD=
The Administrator is changed to [Password Protection].
Setting the Remote Access
#LICK;3TART=FROMTHEDESKTOPOF7INDOWS
#LICK;#ONTROL0ANEL=
#LICK;3YSTEMAND3ECURITY=
#LICK;!LLOWREMOTEACCESS=DISPLAYEDUNDER;3YSTEM=
7HENTHE;5SER!CCOUNT#ONTROL=CONlRMATIONWINDOWAPPEARSCLICK;#ONTINUE=
The [System Properties] window appears.
#LICK;!LLOWCONNECTIONSFROMCOMPUTERSRUNNINGANYVERSIONOF2EMOTE$ESKTOPLESSSECURE=INTHE
2EMOTE$ESKTOPBOXANDCLICK;/+=
#HECKINGTHE)0ADDRESSON7INDOWS
#LICK;3TART=FROMTHEDESKTOPOF7INDOWS
#LICK;#ONTROL0ANEL=
#LICK;6IEWNETWORKSTATUSANDTASKS=DISPLAYEDUNDER;.ETWORKAND)NTERNET=
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3. Convenient Features
#LICK;6IEWSTATUS=DISPLAYEDINBLUEONTHERIGHTOF;,OCAL!REA#ONNECTION=INTHEWINDOW
The [Local Area Connection Status] window appears.
#LICK;$ETAILS=
Write down the value for “IPv4 IP Address” (xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx) displayed.
#LICK;#LOSE=
#LICK;8=ATTHEUPPERRIGHTOFTHEWINDOW
The system goes back to the desktop.
3TARTINGTHE2EMOTE$ESKTOP
7ITHTHEPROJECTORTURNEDONPRESSTHE3/52#%BUTTON
The input selection window appears.
Another way to display the input selection window is to press the NETWORK button on the remote control. The
NETWORK screen will be displayed. Go to step 3.
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3. Convenient Features
2. Press the or BUTTONTOSELECT;.%47/2+=ANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
The [NETWORK] menu will be displayed.
&ROMTHE;.%47/2+=MENUUSETHEWIRELESSKEYBOARDTOSELECT;2%-/4%$%3+4/0#/..%#4)/.=
The [REMOTE DESKTOP CONNECTION] window appears.
/PERATETHEWIRELESSKEYBOARDTOINPUTTHE)0ADDRESSOF7INDOWSANDCLICKh#ONNECTv
The log-on screen of Windows 7 is displayed in the screen projected by the projector.
/PERATETHEWIRELESSKEYBOARDTOINPUTTHEUSERSPASSWORDANDPRESSh%NTERv
The remote desktop function is started.
Windows 7 desktop is displayed in the screen projected by the projector.
Log out the computer.
Use the wireless keyboard connected to the projector to operate Windows 7.
./4%7HENTHEPROJECTIONISMADEWITHTHEREMOTEDESKTOPFUNCTIONTHEBACKGROUNDCOLOROFTHEDESKTOPISCHANGEDTOSOLID
COLOR
3. Convenient Features
%XITINGTHE2EMOTE$ESKTOP
/PERATETHEWIRELESSKEYBOARDTOCLICK;3TART=FROMTHEDESKTOPSCREENPROJECTEDBYTHEPROJECTOR
#LICK;8=ONTHERIGHTOFTHESTARTMENU
The remote desktop function is stopped.
0RESSTHE3/52#%BUTTONOFTHEPROJECTORTOSELECTANINPUTTERMINALOTHERTHAN;.%47/2+=
When using the remote control, press a button other than the NETWORK button.
4)0
3ETTING;/04)/.3=IN2%-/4%$%3+4/0
#LICKING;/04)/.3=DISPLAYSTHE;0%2&/2-!.#%=SCREEN
-AKINGSETTINGSTO;/04)/.3=WILLALLOWYOUTODISPLAYTHEDESKTOPBACKGROUNDORTOENABLETHEWINDOWANIMATIONFUNCTIONDURING
THE2EMOTE$ESKTOPOPERATION(OWEVERDOINGTHISWILLCAUSETHEDISPLAYSORMOUSESRESPONSETOSLOWDOWN
)FTHEDISPLAYSORMOUSESRESPONSEISSLOWEDDOWNTRYONEORMOREOFTHEFOLLOWING
$%3+4/0"!#+'2/5.$#LEARTHECHECKMARKTODISPLAYTHEDESKTOPBACKGROUNDINSOLIDCOLOR
-%.5!.$7).$/7!.)-!4)/.#LEARTHECHECKMARKTODISABLEMENUANDWINDOWANIMATION
4(%-%3#LEARTHECHECKMARKNOTTOUSE4HEMES
3(/7#/.4%.43/&7).$/77(),%$2!'').'#LEARTHECHECKMARKTOSHOWONLYTHEWINDOWPANEWHILE
DRAGGING
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4. Using the Viewer
What you can do with the Viewer
4HE6IEWERFEATUREALLOWSYOUTOVIEWSLIDESORMOVIElLESSTOREDONA53"MEMORYONTHEPROJECTORORASHARED
FOLDERINACOMPUTERCONNECTEDTOTHENETWORK
4HE6IEWERHASTHEFOLLOWINGFEATURES
s 7HENACOMMERCIALLYAVAILABLE53"MEMORYTHATSTORESIMAGElLESISINSERTEDINTOTHE53"PORT4YPE!OFTHE
PROJECTORTHE6IEWERALLOWSYOUTOVIEWTHEIMAGElLESONTHE53"MEMORY
%VENIFNOCOMPUTERISAVAILABLEPRESENTATIONSCANBECONDUCTEDSIMPLYWITHTHEPROJECTOR
s -OVIElLEWITHAUDIOCANBEPLAYEDBACK
s !-ICROSOFT0OWER0OINTlLEOR!DOBE0$&lLECANBESIMPLYPROJECTEDONTHESCREENWITHOUTCONNECTINGACOMPUTER
s )MAGEANDMOVIElLESSTOREDINASHAREDFOLDERINACOMPUTERCONNECTEDTOANETWORKCANBEPROJECTED
4HECOMPUTERWITHh-EDIA3HARINGvOF7INDOWS-EDIA0LAYERTURNEDONCANBEUSEDASAMEDIASERVER
Supported graphic formats
&ORMAT
&ILENAMEEXTENSION
*0%'
JPGJPEJPEG#-9+ISNOTSUPPORTED
"-0
BMPBITlELDNOTSUPPORTED
0.'
PNG)NTERLACED0.'ANDACHANNEL0.'ARENOTSUPPORTED
')&
GIF)NTERLACED')&TRANSPARATION')&ANDANIMATION')&ARENOTSUPPORTED
"YUSING004#ONVERTER0OWER0OINTlLEISCONVERTEDINTOINDEXlLEWITHEXTENSIONhIDXv
)FANUNSUPPORTEDIMAGEISSELECTEDTHEICON WILLBEDISPLAYED
./4%
-AXIMUMNUMBEROFPIXELSOFIMAGEWHICHCANBEDISPLAYEDARE
s "ASELINE*0%'¾
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s /THERS¾
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Supported movie files
&ILENAMEEXTENSION
6IDEOCOMPRESSIONEXPANSIONMETHOD
!UDIOCOMPRESSIONEXPANSIONMETHOD
MPGMPEG
-0%'
-0%'!UDIO,AYER
-0%'!UDIO,AYER
WMV
6#7-6
7-!3TANDARD
MP
(!6#
!!#,#
0LAYBACKREQUIREMENTS
2ESOLUTION¾TO¾
6IDEOFRAMERATEUPTOFPS
"ITRATEUPTO-BPS
!UDIOSAMPLINGRATEUPTOK(Z
#HANNELUPTOCHSTEREO
!UDIOBITRATEUPTO+BPS
-AXlLESIZEUPTO'"
4. Using the Viewer
NOTE:
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)NTHISCASETHEREWILLBENOICONTOSHOWTHATPLAYBACKISNOTPOSSIBLE
s &ILESWITH$IGITAL2IGHTS-ANAGEMENT$2-PROTECTIONCANNOTBEPLAYEDBACK
s 3OMEOFTHEMOVIElLESTHATMEETTHEABOVEREQUIREMENTSMAYNOTBEPLAYEDBACK
s 7-6FORMATVIDEOlLEWILLBEDISPLAYEDINANASPECTRATIOOFTOINDEPENDENTLYOFITSORIGINALASPECTRATIO
s &ILESTHATCANBEPLAYEDBACKONTHEMEDIASERVERAREGRAPHICSANDMOVIElLES)N7INDOWS-EDIA0LAYER7INDOWS80
7INDOWS6ISTAMPlLESCANNOTBEPLAYEDBACK
Supported PDF files
&ILENAMEEXTENSION
3UPPORTEDlLEFORMAT
PDF
!DOBE!CROBAT0$&
NOTE:
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s &UNCTIONSADDEDTO0$&lLEAFTERCREATEDWILLNOTWORKORDISPLAY&UNCTIONSADDEDAREBOOKMARKSBOXESINFORMTOOLANDNOTES
WILLNOTBEDISPLAYED
!UTOmIPOR!UTOTRANSITIONWILLNOTWORK
s 3OME0$&lLESMAYNOTBEDISPLAYED
Supported PowerPoint files
&ILENAMEEXTENSION
3UPPORTEDlLEFORMAT
PPTPPTX
-ICROSOFT0OWER0OINTn
NOTE:
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s 3OME-ICROSOFT0OWER0OINTnlLESMAYNOTBEDISPLAYED
Supported USB memory devices
"ESURETOUSEA53"MEMORYDEVICEFORMATTEDWITHTHE&!4EX&!4&!4OR&!4lLESYSTEM
4HEPROJECTORDOESNOTSUPPORT.4&3FORMATTED53"MEMORY
)FTHEPROJECTORDOESNOTRECOGNIZEYOUR53"MEMORYCHECKIFTHEFORMATISSUPPORTED
4OFORMATYOUR53"MEMORYINYOURCOMPUTERREFERTOTHEDOCUMENTORHELPlLETHATCOMESWITHYOUR7INDOWS
7EDONOTWARRANTTHATTHE53"PORTOFTHEPROJECTORWILLSUPPORTALL53"MEMORIESINTHEMARKET
7AITATLEASTSECONDSAFTERDISCONNECTINGA53"MEMORYDEVICEBEFORERECONNECTINGITANDVICEVERSA
4HEPROJECTORMAYNOTIDENTIFYTHE53"MEMORYDEVICEIFITISREPEATEDLYCONNECTEDANDDISCONNECTEDINRAPID
INTERVALS
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4. Using the Viewer
Notices on shared folder and media server
s &ILESFROMASHAREDFOLDERORMEDIASERVERMAYNOTBEPROJECTEDIFSECURITYORANTIVIRUSSOFTWAREISINSTALLEDONYOUR
COMPUTER
s /PENTHEFOLLOWINGlREWALLPORTS
-EDIASERVER
0ORTNUMBER
0ROTOCOL
5$0
4#0
4#0
5$0
3HAREDFOLDER
0ORTNUMBER
137
138
0ROTOCOL
5$04#0
5$04#0
5$04#0
5$04#0
s 3ETYOURCOMPUTERFORSHARINGANDSECURITYTOGRANTACCESSTOlLESINTHESHAREDFOLDERANDSETYOURSECURITYOR
ANTIVIRUSSOFTWARETOGRANTACCESSTOlLESINTHESHAREDFOLDER#ONSULTYOURNETWORKADMINISTRATORFORMOREINFORMATION
s -OVIElLESINTHESHAREDFOLDERORTHEMEDIASERVERMAYNOTBEPLAYEDBACKCORRECTLYDEPENDINGONYOURNETWORK
ENVIRONMENTORTHEBITRATEOFYOURlLE
NOTE:
$ONOTDISCONNECTBETWEENTHEPROJECTORANDYOURCOMPUTERBYREMOVINGTHE,!.CABLEORTURNINGOFFTHEPROJECTORWHENA0OWER0OINTlLEOR0$&lLEISDISPLAYEDFROMASHAREDFOLDER
$OINGSOWILLMAKE6IEWERINOPERABLE
NOTE
s 4HEFOLLOWINGOPERATIONSBYUSINGTHEBUTTONSONTHEPROJECTORARENOTPOSSIBLEWHENTHE6)%7%2SCREENSUCHASTHESLIDESCREEN
ANDTHETHUMBNAILSCREENISDISPLAYED
!UTO!DJUSTMENTBYUSINGTHE!54/!$*BUTTON
6OLUMECONTROLWITHTHEORBUTTON
s &REEZINGPICTUREBYUSINGTHE&2%%:%!30%#4OR!54/!$*BUTTONONTHEREMOTECONTROLISNOTPOSSIBLEWHENTHE6)%7%2
SCREENSUCHASTHESLIDESCREENANDTHETHUMBNAILSCREENISDISPLAYED
s %XECUTING;2%3%4=m;!,,$!4!=FROMTHEMENUWILLRETURNTHESETTINGSFORTHE6IEWERTOOLBARTOTHEFACTORYDEFAULT
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4. Using the Viewer
Preparing presentation materials
#REATEYOURPRESENTATIONMATERIALSANDSAVETHEMINASUPPORTEDlLEFORMATTOYOURCOMPUTER
s 3EEPAGE81 for supported file formats.
s -AKESURETHAT0OWER0OINTlLEISDISPLAYEDONTHE6IEWERBEFOREGIVINGYOURREALPRESENTATION
With Viewer PPT Converter 3.0 contained the supplied CD-ROM, you can convert your PowerPoint files to index
files that can be displayed on the Viewer.
s 7HENCREATINGA0$&lLEEMBEDYOURFONTSINYOUR0$&lLE%MBEDDINGFONTSREQUIRES!DOBE!CROBAT4HIS
cannot be done in Adobe Reader.
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Click “OK” to return to the Print window, and click “OK” to start creating a
PDF file.
2. Save a file to your drive.
To save a file to your USB memory:
Use the Windows Explore to copy the file to your USB memory.
To place a file in a shared folder you create in your computer, see page 72.
To use “Media Sharing” in Windows Media Player 11, see page 76.
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4. Using the Viewer
Projecting images stored in a USB memory device
4HISSECTIONEXPLAINSTHEBASICOPERATIONOFTHE6IEWER
4HEEXPLANATIONPROVIDESTHEOPERATIONALPROCEDUREWHENTHE6IEWERTOOLBARISSETTOTHEFACTORYDEFAULT
0REPARATION"EFORESTARTINGTHE6IEWERSTOREIMAGESTOTHE53"MEMORYUSINGYOURCOMPUTER
Starting the Viewer
1. Turn on the projector. (m page 14)
2. Insert the USB memory into the USB port of the projector.
NOTE:
s $ONOTREMOVETHE53"MEMORYFROMTHEPROJECTORWHILEITS,%$
mASHES$OINGSOMAYCORRUPTTHEDATA
4)0
9OUCANA53"MEMORYINSERTTHEPROJECTORWHENTHEDRIVELISTSCREEN
ISDISPLAYED
0RESSTHE3/52#%BUTTONTOSELECT;6)%7%2=
A press of the SOURCE button will display the source select
screen.
A few more presses of the SOURCE button will display the
drive list screen.
Another way to select [VIEWER] is to press the VIEWER
button on the remote control.
4)0
s &ORMOREINFORMATIONABOUTTHEDRIVELISTSCREENSEEPAGE64
s 4ODISPLAYGRAPHICSINASHAREDFOLDERSEEPAGE7TODISPLAYSTILL
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4. Using the Viewer
4. Press the BUTTON TO SELECTh53"v AND PRESS THE
ENTER button.
The “USB1” thumbnail screen will be displayed.
4)0
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5. Use the or button to select an icon.
s 4HEm (arrow) symbol on the right indicates there are
more pages. pressing the PAGE 7 (page down) button
will show the next page: pressing the PAGE 6 (page up)
will show the previous page.
6. Press the ENTER button.
Operation varies depending on the selected file.
s3TILLIMAGE
The selected slide will be displayed.
The or button can be used to select the next (right)
slide or the previous (left) slide in the thumbnail screen.
s 0RESSINGTHE%.4%2BUTTONWILLDISPLAYTHECONTROLBAR
with which is used to select or rotate an slide.(m page
67)
4. Using the Viewer
s-OVIElLE
The movie file will start playing.
After finishing the playback, the screen will turn to black.
Press the EXIT button to return to the thumbnail screen.
s 0RESSING THE %.4%2 BUTTON WILL DISPLAY THE MOVIES
control bar with which you can pause or fastforward and
some other operations.
s-ICROSOFT0OWER0OINTlLE
The slide on the first page will be displayed.
Press to select the next slide; press to select the previous slide.
s 9OUCANALSOUSETHE or button to select a page. To
return to the thumbnail screen, press the EXIT button.
NOTE:
s &ILES WITH SLIDESHOW OR ANIMATION EFFECTS MAY NOT BE CORRECTLY
DISPLAYEDONTHE6IEWER
3EEh3UPPORTED0OWER0OINTlLESvONPAGE71
s!DOBE0$&lLE
The first page will be displayed.
s 4HE0$&lLEWILLlLLTHEWIDTHOFTHESCREEN
Pressing the or button will scroll the screen down or
up.
The PAGE 7 or PAGE 6 button will move the screen one
page down or up.
To return to the thumbnail screen, press the EXIT button.
s 7HENAPASSOWORDINPUTWINDOWISDISPLAYEDITMEANS
that the PDF file is password-protected.
Pressing the ENTER button will show the software
keyboard. Use the software keyboard to enter your
password.
Select [OK] and press the ENTER button. The PDF file
will be displayed.
s &ORMOREINFORMATIONONTHESOFTWAREKEYBOARDSEEPAGE
131.
NOTE:
"OOKMARKSANDNOTESTHATWEREADDEDAFTER0$&CONVERSIONWILLNOT
BEDISPLAYED
)FFONTSWERENOTEMBEDDEDATTHETIMEOF0$&CONVERSIONTHOSEFONTS
WILLNOTBEDISPLAYED
4)0
)TTAKESSOMETIMEABOUTSECONDSTOTWOMINUTESTODISPLAYA
LARGESIZElLEORTOTURNPAGESOFA0$&lLETHATHASMANYPAGES
4. Using the Viewer
s)NDEXlLEEXTENSIONIDX
s )NDEX lLES WHICH IS CONVERTED BY USING6IEWER 004
Converter 3.0, will appear in the Thumbnail screen.
Only folders and JPEG files converted by using
Viewer PPT Converter 3.0 will appear in the Thumbnail
screen.
s 4OSELECTSLIDESHOWOFINDEXlLESOPENTHE;02%3%.4!TION] folder in the DRIVE LIST screen.
However, index files will not appear. Only folders and
JPEG files will appear.
s 5PTOFOURINDEXFOLDERSINYOUR53"ANDSHAREDFOLDER
are displayed. The four folders will be displayed in reverse
chronological order
s 7HENYOUINSERTTHE53"MEMORYDEVICESTORINGINDEX
with the Viewer in operation, the content of the index files
will be displayed.
NOTE:
s 4HEPLAYMODE-!.5!,!54/FORSLIDESOFINDEXlLEWORKSIN
THEFOLLOWINGWAY
)NCASEOF;-!.5!,=FOR;0,!9-/$%=
7HENYOUSELECT;/04)/.3=m;3,)$%3%44).'=m;0,!9-/$%=
m;-!.5!,=INDEXlLESWILLBESETFORMANUALPLAYBACKINREGARDLESSOFWHETHER;).4%26!,=ISSET
)NCASEOF;!54/=SELECTEDFOR;0,!9-/$%=
7HENYOUSELECT;/04)/.3=m;3,)$%3%44).'=m;0,!9-/$%=
m ;!54/= INDEX lLES WILL BE SET FOR AUTO PLAYBACK AT INTERVALS
SPECIlEDBYUSING;).4%26!,=
7HENHOWEVER;=ISSELECTEDFOR;).4%26!,=THEPLAYMODEWILL
BESETFORAUTOPLAYBACKACCORDINGTOTHESETTINGFOR;/04)/.3=m
;3,)$%3%44).'=m;).4%26!,=
7. Remove the USB memory from the projector.
Return to the drive list screen. Make sure that the LED on
the USB memory is not flashing before removing the USB
memory.
./4%)FYOUREMOVETHE53"MEMORYFROMTHEPROJECTORWITHASLIDE
DISPLAYEDTHEPROJECTORMAYNOTOPERATECORRECTLY)FTHISHAPPENS
TURNOFFTHEPROJECTORANDUNPLUGTHEPOWERCORD7AITMINUTESTHEN
CONNECTTHEPOWERCORDANDTURNONTHEPROJECTOR
Exiting the Viewer
0RESSTHE3/52#%BUTTONTOSELECTASOURCEOTHERTHAN
;6)%7%2=
A press of the SOURCE button will display the source select
screen.
A few more presses of the SOURCE button will display
another source.
s 4O EXIT THE6IEWER USING THE REMOTE CONTROL SELECT A
source other than [VIEWER].
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4. Using the Viewer
Names and functions of Viewer screen
4HE6IEWERHASTHREESCREENS$RIVELISTSCREEN4HUMBNAILSCREENAND3LIDESCREEN
Cursor (yellow)
Menu
Scroll bar
Menu
Cursor (yellow)
Folder icon
[Drive list screen]
[Thumbnail screen]
Path information
Drive information/File information
Operation button guide
Menu guide
Control bar
* The operation for still image differs from that for movie.
[Slide screen]
s$RIVELISTSCREEN
$ISPLAYSALISTOFDRIVESCONNECTEDTOTHEPROJECTOR
Menu operation
s 5SETHE or button to move the cursor up or down. Select the menu item and press the ENTER button
to display the submenu.
Operation for Drive list screen
1. Press the button to move the cursor to the drive list.
(Use the or button to switch between the menu and the drive list.)
Press the or button to select a type of drive; press the or button to select the drive connected to the
projector.
2. Select the drive and press the ENTER button to switch to the thumbnail screen of the selected drive.
4. Using the Viewer
Functions
.AME
$ESCRIPTION
2%&2%3(
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/PENSTHE/04)/.3MENU
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3(!2%%$&/,$%2
3ETSUPASHAREDFOLDERmPAGE72
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3ETSUPAMEDIASERVERmPAGE76
2%452.
#LOSESTHE/04)/.3MENU
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3WITCHESTOTHESYSTEMSETTINGMENU3EEWIRED,!.WIRELESS,!.703
NETWORK INFORMATION MOUSE AND KEYBOARD IN h !PPLICATION -ENUv m
PAGE118
53"
$ISPLAYS THE ICON FOR A 53" MEMORY INSERTED INTO THE 53" PORT OF THE
PROJECTOR
3(!2%$&/,$%2
$ISPLAYSUPTOFOURDRIVESOFACOMPUTERCONNECTEDTOA,!.SETFORCONNECTINGASHAREDFOLDER
3EEPAGE72FORSETTINGUPFORCONNECTINGASHAREDFOLEROFTHEPROJECTOR
-%$)!3%26%2
$ISPLAYSUPTOFOURDRIVESOFACOMPUTERCONNECTEDTOA,!.SETFORCONNECTINGAMEDIASERVER
3EEPAGE76FORSETTINGUPFORCONNECTINGAMEDIASERVEROFTHEPROJECTOR
02%3%.4!4)/.
$ISPLAYSTHEICONWHENA53"MEMORYORSHAREDFOLERSTORESINDEXlLES
0ATHINFORMATION
$ISPLAYSTHELOCATIONOFAFOLDERORlLE
$RIVEINFORMATION
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53"
-"&2%%-"
$ISPLAYSTHEDRIVE
$ISPLAYSFREESPACEANDCAPCITYOF
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-ENUGUIDE
$ISPLAYSTHEDESCRIPTIONOFASELECTEDMENU
/PERATIONBUTTONGUIDE
$ISPLAYSINFORMATIONABOUTOPERATIONBUTTONS
)TISDISPLAYEDINTHREEDIGITNUMBERROUNDINGUP
NOTE:
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ICONANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
4. Using the Viewer
s4HUMBNAILSCREEN
$ISPLAYSALISTOFFOLDERSTHUMBNAILSANDICONSINTHEDRIVESELECTEDONTHEDRIVELISTSCREEN
Menu operation
s 5SETHE or button to move the cursor up or down. Select the menu item and press the ENTER button
to display the menu or setting screen.
/PERATIONFOR4HUMBNAILSCREEN
1. Press the button to move the cursor to the thumbnail screen when the OPTIONS menu is not displayed.
2. Press the , , , or button to select a file or folder.
3. Press the ENTER button to start slideshow or playback of the selected file. Selecting a folder will display
its thumbnail screen.
Functions
.AME
$ESCRIPTION
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'OESTOONEUPPERLEVELMENU
4(5-".!),
3WITCHESTWODISPLAYSBETWEENTHUMBNAILANDICON
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$2)6%,)34
2ETURNSTOTHEDRIVELISTSCREEN
/04)/.3
#HANGESTOTHE/04)/.3MENU
3934%-3%44).'
/PENSTHESYSTEMSETTINGMENU
3CROLLBAR
4HUMBNAILSCREENWILLDISPLAYlLESWITHBY)FTHETHUMBNAILSCREENHASTWELVEOR
MORElLESORFOLDERSTHESCROLLBARWILLBEDISPLAYEDATTHERIGHTSIDE5SINGTHE0!'%
7OR0!'%6BUTTONWILLSCROLLTHEWHOLESCREENDOWNORUP
0ATHINFORMATION
$ISPLAYSTHELOCATIONOFAFOLDERORlLE
4HUMBNAILINFORMATION
;%XAMPLE=
JPG
3ELECTEDFOLDER
NAMEORlLE
NAME
5/200
.UMBERSANDORDEROF
lLESINAFOLDERONLY
WHENFOLDERSELECTED
-ENUGUIDE
$ISPLAYSTHEDESCRIPTIONOFASELECTEDMENU
/PERATIONBUTTONGUIDE
$ISPLAYSINFORMATIONABOUTOPERATIONBUTTONS
+"
#REATE#HANGEDATE
-$9(-"
$ISPLAYSlLE
CAPACITY
4)0
s )FANUNSUPPORTEDIMAGEISSELECTEDTHEICON;=WILLBEDISPLAYED
s 4HEMAXIMUMDISPLAYABLENUMBEROFIMAGESISINTHETHUMBNAILSCREENINCLUDINGTHENUMBEROFFOLDERS
s )FAlLENAMEORPATHOFAFOLDERISLONGERTHANSPECIlEDITWILLBEDISPLAYEDWITHCENTERCHARACTERSORPATHSKIPPED
%XAMPLEhJPGvWILLBEDISPLAYEDINhJPGv
4. Using the Viewer
s3LIDESCREENSTILLIMAGEMOVIE
0LAYSAlLESELECTEDFROMALISTOFTHUMBNAILSORICONS
s &OROPERATINGA-ICROSOFT0OWER0OINTlLEAND!DOBE0$&lLESEEPAGE62.
#ONTROLBAROPERATION
s 4HECONTROLBARWILLBEDISPLAYEDONLYWHENASTILLIMAGEORINDEXlLEANDAMOVIElLEISSELECTED
s 4HECONTROLBARFORSTILLIMAGESDIFFERSFROMTHATFORMOVIElLES
1. Pressing the ENTER button in Slide screen will display the control bar at the bottom of the screen.
2. Use the or button to select a file and press the ENTER button.
s 4HESELECTEDFUNCTIONWILLBEEXECUTED
&UNCTIONSOFSTILLIMAGECONTROLBAR
.AME
$ESCRIPTION
02%6
'OESBACKTOTHEPREVIOUSIMAGE
0,!9
0LAYSTHEIMAGE4HISBUTTONALSOISUSEDTOSTOPORSTARTPLAYINGANIMAGE
.%84
'OESTOTHENEXTIMAGE
2)'(4
2OTATESTHEIMAGE—CLOCKWISE
s 4OCANCELSELECTANOTHERFOLDER
,%&4
2OTATESTHEIMAGE—COUNTERCLOCKWISE
s 4OCANCELSELECTANOTHERFOLDER
3):%
"%34&)4
$ISPLAYS THE IMAGE WITH ITS ASPECT RATIO IN THE PROJECTORS DISPLAYABLE
MAXIMUMRESOLUTION
!#45!,
3):%
$ISPLAYSTHEIMAGEINITSACTUALSIZE
#,/3%
#LOSESTHECONTROLBAR
s 9OUCANALSOPRESSTHE%8)4BUTTONTOCLOSETHECONTROLBAR
%.$
3TOPS PLAYING SLIDES OR SLIDESHOW AND CLOSES THE CONTROL BAR TO RETURN TO THE THUMBNAIL
SCREEN
4. Using the Viewer
&UNCTIONSOFMOVIECONTROLBAR
.AME
$ESCRIPTION
02%6
'OESBACKTOTHEBEGINNINGOFAMOVIElLE
s 'OESBACKTOTHEBEGINNINGOFTHEPREVIOUSMOVIElLEIFEXECUTEDIMMEDIATELYAFTERBEING
STARTEDPLAYING
&2
&ASTREWINDSAMOVIElLEFORABOUTSECONDS
0,!90!53%
0,!9
0LAYSAMOVIElLE
0!53%
3TOPSPLAYINGAMOVIElLE
&&
&ASTFORWARDSAMOVIElLEFORABOUTSECONDS
.%84
'OESTOTHEBEGINNINGOFANEXTMOVIElLE
4)-%
$ISPLAYSANELAPSEDTIMEFORPLAYBACKORPAUSE
3):%
"%34&)4
$ISPLAYS THE IMAGE WITH ITS ASPECT RATIO IN THE PROJECTORS DISPLAYABLE
MAXIMUMRESOLUTION
!#45!,
3):%
$ISPLAYSTHEIMAGEINITSACTUALSIZE
#,/3%
#LOSESTHECONTROLBAR
s 9OUCANALSOPRESSTHE%8)4BUTTONTOCLOSETHECONTROLBAR
%.$
3TOPSPLAYINGAMOVIEANDCLOSESTHECONTROLBARTORETURNTOTHETHUMBNAILSCREEN
4. Using the Viewer
Viewer option settings
s3,)$%3%44).'
3ETSSTILLIMAGESORSLIDES
.AME
/PTIONS
$ESCRIPTION
3#2%%.3):%
"%34&)4
$ISPLAYSTHEIMAGEWITHITSASPECTRATIOINTHEPROJECTORSDISPLAYABLEMAXIMUMRESOLUTION
!#45!,3):%
$ISPLAYSTHEIMAGEINITSACTUALSIZE
-!.5!,
3ELECTSMANUALPLAY
0,!9-/$%
!54/
3ELECTSAUTOPLAY
).4%26!,
SECONDS
3PECIFIES INTERVAL TIME WHEN ;!54/= IS SELECTED FOR 0,!9
-/$%
2%0%!4
#HECKMARK
4URNSONOROFFTHEREPEATFUNCTION
4)0
s 4OPLAYONEORMORESLIDESPLACETHOSElLESINTOAFOLDER
4. Using the Viewer
s-/6)%3%44).'
3ETSTHEFUNCTIONSFORAMOVIElLE
.AME
/PTIONS
$ESCRIPTION
3#2%%.3):%
"%34&)4
$ISPLAYSTHEIMAGEWITHITSASPECTRATIOINTHEPROJECTORSDISPLAYABLEMAXIMUMRESOLUTION
!#45!,3):%
$ISPLAYSTHEIMAGEINITSACTUALSIZE
/&&
4URNSONOROFFTHEREPEATFUNCTION
/.%2%0%!4
2EPEATSONElLEONLY
!,,2%0%!4
2EPEATSALLlLESINTHECURRENTFOLDER
2%0%!4
4)0
s 4URNINGON;2%0%!4=WILLDISPLAYBLACKSCREENDURINGINTERMISSIONBETWEENMOVIES
s!54/0,!93%44).'
3ETSAUTOPLAYFORSLIDESHOWWHENA53"MEMORYDEVICEISINSERTEDINTOTHE53"PORTOFTHEPROJECTORORWHEN
;6)%7%2=ISSELECTEDFOR;3/52#%=
.AME
/PTIONS
$ESCRIPTION
!54/0,!9
/&&
—
0)#452%
0LAYSTHElRSTSTILLIMAGEFOUNDINADRIVE
-/6)%
0LAYSTHElRSTMOVIEFOUNDINADRIVE
0OWER0OINT
0LAYSTHElRST0OWER0OINTlLEFOUNDINADRIVE
4)0
s !UTOPLAYBEHAVIORISDIFFERENTBETWEENWHENA53"MEMORYDEVICEISINSERTEDINTOTHE53"PORTOFTHEPROJECTORANDWHEN
;6)%7%2=ISSELECTEDFOR;3/52#%=
s !UTOPLAYSTARTSFORTHElRSTFOUNDlLESUPPORTINGTHElLETYPESETUPFOR!UTO0LAY4HElLEWILLBESEARCHEDINTHEDRIVEROOTOR
LOWERLEVEL
s 7HEN;6)%7%2=ISSELECTEDFOR;3/52#%=THELASTSELECTEDlLEWILLBEAUTOMATICALLYPLAYEDIFITISFOUNDORTHELASTSELECTEDFOLDER
WILLBESEARCHEDANDTHElRSTFOUNDlLEWILLBEAUTOMATICALLYPLAYED
4OAUTOMATICALLYPLAYAMOVIElLEINA53"MEMORYSTOREONEMOVIElLEORCHANGEITSlLENAMESOTHATITCANBESEARCHEDlRST
4. Using the Viewer
s3/243%44).'
3ETSTHEORDEROFDISPLAYINGTHUMBNAILSORSLIDES
.AME
/PTIONS
$ESCRIPTION
3/24
.!-%!"#
$ISPLAYSTHElLESALPHABETICALLYBYNAMEINASCENDINGORDER
.!-%:98
$ISPLAYSTHElLESALPHABETICALLYBYNAMEINDESCENDINGORDER
%84!"#
$ISPLAYS THE lLES ALPHABETICALLY BY EXTENSION IN ASCENDING ORder.
%84:98
$ISPLAYS THE lLES ALPHABETICALLY BY EXTENSION IN DESCENDING
order.
$!4%.%7
$ISPLAYSTHElLESINREVERSECHRONOLOGICALORDER
$!4%/,$
$ISPLAYSTHElLESINCHRONOLOGICALORDER
3):%")'
$ISPLAYSTHElLESINDESCENDINGORDEROFITSlLESIZE
3):%3-!,,
$ISPLAYSTHElLESINASCENDINGORDEROFITSlLESIZE
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4. Using the Viewer
Projecting data from shared folder
LAN
Shared folder
Wireless LAN
Projector
Shared folder
Preparation
&ORPROJECTOR#ONNECTTHEPROJECTORTOTHENETWORK
&ORCOMPUTER0LACElLESTOBEPROJECTEDINASHAREDFOLDERANDNOTETHEFOLDERSPATH-EMORIZEORWRITEDOWNTHE
PATHFORLATERUSE
s &ORSHARINGAFOLDERREFERTOYOURUSERGUIDEORHELPlLEACCOMPANIEDWITHYOUR7INDOWSCOMPUTER
s 5SEAKEYBOARDTOGIVEANAMETOTHESHAREDFOLDERINALPHANUMERICCHARACTERS
s 4OCONNECTTHESHAREDFOLDERBEYONDTHESUBNETSET;7).3#/.&)'52!4)/.=IN;.%47/2+3%44).'3=FROM
THEMENU
s $IGITALSIGNATURE3-"SIGNATUREISNOTSUPPORTED
Connecting the projector to the shared folder
0RESSTHE6)%7%2BUTTONONTHEREMOTECONTROL
The drive list window will be displayed.
s !NOTHERWAYTOSTARTTHE6)%7%2ISTOPRESSTHE3/52#%BUTTONAFEWTIMESONTHEPROJECTORCABINETm page
16)
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4. Using the Viewer
$ISPLAYSTHE;/04)/.3=MENU
Press the button to select the
(OPTIONS) icon and press the ENTER button.
s 7HENTHE/04)/.3MENUISDISPLAYEDTHEDRIVELISTWILLNOTBEDISPLAYED
$ISPLAYTHE;3(!2%$&/,$%23%44).'=SCREEN
Press the button to select the (SHARED FOLDER SETTING) icon and press the ENETR button.
4. Select a folder number and place to enable it.
Press the or button to a shared folder number and press the button to select [ENABLE] , and then press
the ENTER button.
5. Enter the path, user name, and password for the shared folder.
Press the button to select the [SHARED FOLDER] field. The software keyboard will be displayed.
For using the software keyboard, see page 131.
s )FYOURCOMPUTERISNOTPASSWORDPROTECTEDENTERINGAPASSWORDISNOTREQUIRED
s 5PTOFOURSHAREDFOLDERSCANBEADDED
s 4HEMAXIMUMLENGTHOFAPATHOFTHESHAREDFOLDERMUSTBEALPHANUMERICCHARACTERSFORCOMPUTERNAMEAND
23 alphanumeric characters for folder name.
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4. Using the Viewer
6. Exit the setting.
Press the button to select [OK] and press the ENTER button.
This will close the [SHARED FOLDER] screen.
s )FANERRORMESSAGEAPPEARYOURSETTINGSARENOTCORRECT4RYAGAIN
4. Using the Viewer
Disconnecting the shared folder from the projector
s $ISABLETHENUMBEROFASHAREDFOLDERYOUWISHTODISCONNECT
Press the button to select [ENABLE] and press the ENTER button to clear it.
NOTE:
s 7HENA0OWER0OINTlLEOR0$&lLEISDISPLAYEDDONOTDISCONNECTYOUR,!.CABLE)FDOINGSOTHE6IEWERWILLNOTWORK
4)0
s #ONNECTINGSETTINGSFOR3HAREDFOLDER
3ETTINGSOFUPTOFOURFOLDERSCANBESAVED
2ESTARTINGTHEPROJECTORWILLDISPLAYSETTINGSAVEDSHAREDFOLDERSINGREYFOLDERICONONTHEDRIVELISTSCREEN
3ELECTINGTHEGREYICONFOLDERWILLSKIPENTRYFORAFOLDERPATH
s &AILINGTOCONNECTWITHASHAREDFOLDERWILLDISPLAYTHEFOLDERICONWITHhXvMARK)FTHISHAPPENCHECKYOURFOLDERSETTING
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4. Using the Viewer
Projecting data from media server
Media server
LAN
Media server
Wireless LAN
Projector
Media server
0REPARATION
&ORPROJECTOR#ONNECTTHEPROJECTORTOTHENETWORK
&ORCOMPUTER0REPAREIMAGElLESORMOVIElLESTOBEPROJECTEDANDSETUPh-EDIA3HARINGvIN7INDOWS-EDIA0LAYER
OR7INDOWS-EDIA0LAYER
./4%
s "OTHTHEPROJECTORANDTHEMEDIASERVERMUSTBEONTHESAMESUBNET#ONNECTINGTOTHEMEDIASERVERBEYONDTHESUBNETISNOT
POSSIBLE
s 4YPESOFIMAGESANDMOVIESWHICHCANBESHAREDMAYVARYDEPENDINGON7INDOWSVERSION
Setting up “Media Sharing” in Windows Media Player 11
1. Start Windows Media Player 11.
3ELECTh-EDIA3HARINGvFROMh,IBRARYv
The “Media Sharing” dialog box will be displayed.
4. Using the Viewer
3ELECTh3HAREMYMEDIAvCHECKBOXANDTHENSELECT/+
A list of accessible devices will be displayed.
3ELECTh0!3ERIESvANDTHENh!LLOWv
A check mark will be added to the “PA600 Series” icon.
s 4HEh0!3ERIESvISAPROJECTORNAMESPECIlEDIN;.%47/2+3%44).'3=
3ELECTh/+v
This will make pictures and video in “Library” available from the projector.
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4. Using the Viewer
Setting up “Media Sharing” in Windows Media Player 12
1. Start Windows Media Player 12.
3ELECTh3TREAMvANDTHENSELECTh!UTOMATICALLYALLOWDEVICESTOPLAYMYMEDIAv
The “Allow All Media Devices” windows will be displayed.
3ELECTh!UTOMATICALLYALLOWALLCOMPUTERSANDMEDIADEVICESv
Graphics and movie files in “Library” can be used from the projector.
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4. Using the Viewer
Connecting the projector to the media server
0RESSTHE6)%7%2BUTTONONTHEREMOTECONTROL
4HE6)%7%2WILLSTART
s !NOTHERWAYTOSTARTTHE6)%7%2ISTOPRESSTHE3/52#%BUTTONAFEWTIMESONTHEPROJECTORCABINETmPAGE
16
s 4HISWILLSTARTSEARCHINGFORACOMPUTERWITHhMEDIASHARINGvENABLEDINTHENETWORKANDADDITTOTHEh-EDIASERVERv
OFTHETHUMBNAILSCREEN
!NOTHERWAYTODOTHISISTOPOINTTHECURSORTOh-EDIASERVERvANDSELECT;2%&2%3(=FROMTHETHUMBNAILMENU
ANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
./4%
s 5PTOFOURACCESSIBLEMEDIASERVERSCANBEAUTOMATICALLYSEARCHEDANDDISPLAYED4HElFTHDEVICEORLATERCANNOTBEDISPLAYED
mPAGE60
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4. Using the Viewer
Disconnecting the projector from the media server
1. Display the OPTIONS menu.
Press the button to select the [OPTIONS] icon and select the ENTER button.
$ISPLAYTHE-%$)!3%26%2SETTINGSCREEN
Press the button to select the MEDIA SERVER icon and press the ENTER button.
3. Disable the connection.
Press the ENTER button to clear the checkmark to disable the connection.
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Restrictions on displaying files
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tab.
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set.
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Menu Elements
Tab
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Source
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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.
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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
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High Altitude symbol ..........Indicates the [FAN MODE] is set to [HIGH ALTITUDE] mode.
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Menu Descriptions & Functions [SOURCE]
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Using the Entry List
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The ENTRY LIST windows will be displayed.
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Calling up a signal from the Entry List [LOAD]
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1. Press the or button to select a signal you wish to edit.
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Cutting a signal from the Entry List [CUT]
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2. Press the , , , or BUTTONTOSELECT;#54=ANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
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of the Entry List.
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Data on the clipboard will be pasted to the signal.
Deleting all the signals from the Entry List [ALL DELTE]
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The confirmation message will be displayed.
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Menu Descriptions & Functions [ADJUST]
[PICTURE]
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PROFESSIONAL ..... Saves all the settings of [PICTURE] for each input.
[PRESET]
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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.
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MOVIE ................... Recommended for movies.
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DYNAMIC .............. Creates a high-contrast picture.
NATURAL ............... Natural reproduction of the picture.
BLACK DETAIL ....... Emphasizes detail in dark areas of the picture.
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[COLOR CORRECTION]
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RED ....................... Adjusts the color in red areas, centered around the red.
This can be used to adjust to a yellow- or magenta-tinged red.
GREEN ................... Adjusts the color in green areas, centered around the green.
This can be used to adjust to a yellow- or cyan-tinged green.
BLUE...................... Adjusts the color in blue areas, centered around the blue.
This can be used to adjust to a violet- or cyan-tinged blue.
YELLOW ................ Adjusts the color in yellow areas, centered around the yellow.
This can be used to adjust to a red- or green-tinged yellow.
MAGENTA .............. Adjusts the color in magenta areas, centered around the magenta.
This can be used to adjust to a red- or blue-tinged magenta.
CYAN ..................... Adjusts the color in cyan areas, centered around the cyan.
This can be used to adjust to a green- or blue-tinged cyan.
[CONTRAST]
!DJUSTSTHEINTENSITYOFTHEIMAGEACCORDINGTOTHEINCOMINGSIGNAL
[BRIGHTNESS]
!DJUSTSTHEBRIGHTNESSLEVELORTHEBACKRASTERINTENSITY
[SHARPNESS]
#ONTROLSTHEDETAILOFTHEIMAGE
[COLOR]
)NCREASESORDECREASESTHECOLORSATURATIONLEVEL
[HUE]
6ARIESTHECOLORLEVELFROM–GREENTO–BLUE4HEREDLEVELISUSEDASREFERENCE
)NPUTSIGNAL
#/-054%2$ISPLAY0ORT($-)2'"
#/-054%2$ISPLAY0ORT($-)
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9ES
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9ES
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9ES!DJUSTABLE.O.OTADJUSTABLE
[RESET]
4HESETTINGSANDADJUSTMENTSFOR;0)#452%=WILLBERETURNEDTOTHEFACTORYSETTINGSWITHTHEEXCEPTIONOFTHEFOLLOWING
0RESETNUMBERSAND;2%&%2%.#%=WITHINTHE;02%3%4=SCREEN
4HESETTINGSANDADJUSTMENTSUNDER;$%4!),3%44).'3=WITHINTHE;02%3%4=SCREENTHATARENOTCURRENTLYSELECTED
WILLNOTBERESET
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5. Using On-Screen Menu
[IMAGE OPTIONS]
!DJUSTING#LOCKAND0HASE;#,/#+0(!3%=
4HISALLOWSYOUTOMANUALLYADJUST#,/#+AND0(!3%
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.
./4%4HE;#,/#+=AND;0(!3%=ITEMSAREAVAILABLEFOR2'"SIGNALSONLY
5. Using On-Screen Menu
!DJUSTING(ORIZONTAL6ERTICAL0OSITION;(/2):/.4!,6%24)#!,=
!DJUSTSTHEIMAGELOCATIONHORIZONTALLYANDVERTICALLY
!NIMAGECANBEDISTORTEDDURINGTHEADJUSTMENTOF;#,/#+=AND;0(!3%=4HISISNOTMALFUNCTION
4HEADJUSTMENTSFOR;#,/#+=;0(!3%=;(/2):/.4!,=AND;6%24)#!,=WILLBESTOREDINMEMORYFORTHE
CURRENTSIGNAL4HENEXTTIMEYOUPROJECTTHESIGNALWITHTHESAMERESOLUTIONHORIZONTALANDVERTICALFREQUENCY
ITSADJUSTMENTSWILLBECALLEDUPANDAPPLIED
4ODELETEADJUSTMENTSSTOREDINMEMORYFROMTHEMENUYOUSELECT;2%3%4=m;#522%.43)'.!,=ANDRESET
THEADJUSTMENTS
;",!.+).'=
!DJUSTSTHEDISPLAYRANGEBLANKINGATTHETOPBOTTOMLEFTANDRIGHTEDGESOFTHEINPUTSIGNAL
3ELECTING/VERSCAN0ERCENTAGE;/6%23#!.=
3ELECTOVERSCANPERCENTAGE!UTOANDFORSIGNAL
Projected image
Overscaned by 10%
./4%
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WHEN;.!4)6%=ISSELECTEDFOR;!30%#42!4)/=
WHEN;6)%7%2=OR;.%47/2+=ISSELECTEDFOR;3/52#%=
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5. Using On-Screen Menu
Selecting the Aspect Ratio [ASPECT RATIO]
5SETHISFUNCTIONTOSELECTTHESCREENSVERTICALHORIZONTALASPECTRATIO
3ELECTTHESCREENTYPESCREENSCREENORSCREENATTHESCREENSETTINGBEFORESETTINGTHEASPECTRATIO
mPAGE10
4HEPROJECTORAUTOMATICALLYIDENTIlESTHESIGNALBEINGINPUTANDSETSTHEOPTIMUMASPECTRATIO
For Computer signal
&OR#OMPONENT6IDEO36IDEOSIGNALS
7HENTHESCREENTYPEISSETTO
6'!
36'!
8'!
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38'!
38'!
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58'!
738'!
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7HENTHESCREENTYPEISSETTOOR
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4HEPROJECTORWILLAUTOMATICALLYDETERMINETHEINCOMINGSIGNALANDDISPLAYITINITSASPECTRATIO
4HEPROJECTORMAYERRONEOUSLYDETERMINETHEASPECTRATIODEPENDINGONITSSIGNAL)FTHISOCCURS
SELECTTHEAPPROPRIATEASPECTRATIOFROMTHEFOLLOWING
4HEIMAGEISDISPLAYEDINASPECTRATIO
4HEIMAGEISDISPLAYEDINASPECTRATIO
4HEIMAGEISDISPLAYEDINASPECTRATIO
4HEIMAGEISDISPLAYEDINASPECTRATIO
4HEIMAGEISDISPLAYEDINASPECTRATIO
4HEPROJECTORDISPLAYSTHECURRENTIMAGEINITSTRUERESOLUTIONWHENTHEINCOMINGCOMPUTERSIGNAL
HASALOWERORHIGHERRESOLUTIONTHANTHEPROJECTORSNATIVERESOLUTIONmPAGE2
7HENTHEINCOMINGCOMPUTERSIGNALHASAHIGHERRESOLUTIONTHANTHEPROJECTORgSNATIVERESOLUTION
THECENTEROFANIMAGEWILLBEDISPLAYED
5. Using On-Screen Menu
,%44%2"/8
4HEIMAGEOFALETTERBOXSIGNALISSTRETCHEDEQUALLYINTHEHORIZONTALANDVERTICALDIRECTIONS
TOlTTHESCREEN
7)$%3#2%%.
4HEIMAGEOFASQUEEZESIGNALISSTRETCHEDLEFTANDRIGHTIN
://-
4HEIMAGEOFASQUEEZESIGNALISSTRETCHEDLEFTANDRIGHTIN
0ARTSOFTHEDISPLAYEDIMAGEARECROPPEDATTHELEFTANDRIGHTEDGESANDTHEREFORENOTVISIBLE
&),,
4HEIMAGEOFASIGNALISSTRETCHEDLEFTANDRIGHTIN
4)0
s )MAGEPOSITIONCANBEADJUSTEDVERTICALLYUSING;0/3)4)/.=WHENTHE;=;=OR;=ASPECTRATIOSARESELECTED
s 4HETERMhLETTERBOXvREFERSTOAMORELANDSCAPEORIENTEDIMAGEWHENCOMPAREDTOAIMAGEWHICHISTHESTANDARDASPECT
RATIOFORAVIDESOURCE
4HELETTERBOXSIGNALHASASPECTRATIOSWITHTHEVISTASIZEhvORCINEMASCOPESIZEhvFORMOVIElLM
s 4HETERMhSQUEEZEvREFERSTOTHECOMPRESSEDIMAGEOFWHICHASPECTRATIOISCONVERTEDFROMTO
[RESOLUTION]
4HISFUNCTIONSETSTHERESOLUTIONOFAPROJECTEDIMAGEIFAUTODETECTFAILSTOWORKWELL
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5. Using On-Screen Menu
[VIDEO]
Using Noise Reduction [NOISE REDUCTION]
4HISFUNCTIONISUSEDTOREDUCEVIDEONOISE
RANDOM NR ......... Reduces flickering random noise in an image.
MOSQUITO NR ...... Reduces mosquito noise that appears around the edges of an image during DVD playback.
BLOCK NR ............. Reduces block noise or mosaic-like patterns by selecting ON.
Selecting Interlaced Progressive Conversion Process Mode [DEINTERLACE]
4HISFUNCTIONALLOWSYOUTOSELECTANINTERLACEDTOPROGRESSIVECONVERSIONPROCESSFORVIDEOSIGNALS
AUTO ..................... Determines an appropriate interlaced-to-progressive conversion process automatically.
VIDEO .................... Applies a normal interlaced-to-progressive conversion process.
FILM ...................... Applies the automatic detection mode for telecine signals. This option is recommended for a movie picture.
./4%4HISFUNCTIONISNOTAVAILABLEWITH2'"SIGNALS
4URNING/NOR/FFTHE$$IMENSIONAL3EPARATION;$9#3%0!2!4)/.=
7HENPROJECTINGANIMAGEFROMA6)$%/INPUTSETTO/.TOPROJECTTHEHIGHESTQUALITYIMAGE
OFF ........................ Turns off the 3 dimensional separation feature.
ON ......................... Turns on the 3 dimensional separation feature.
./4%/NLYAVAILABLEFOR.43#VIDEOSIGNALS
[DETAIL ENHANCEMENT]
4HISFUNCTIONENHANCESTHECONTOURSOFTHEIMAGEWHENPROJECTINGCOMPONENTSIGNALS
[SIGNAL TYPE]
4HEPROJECTORAUTOMATICALLYIDENTIlESWHETHERTHE#/-054%2#/-054%2OR#/-054%2
INPUTSIGNALSARE
2'"ORCOMPONENTSIGNALSTOPROJECTTHEIMAGE)FTHECOLORSAREUNNATURALHOWEVERTRYSWITCHINGTHESETTING
&OR#/-054%2THECOMPUTERSIGNALANDVIDEOSIGNALCANBESELECTEDAT3)'.!,3%,%#4#/-0.
RGB ....................... Switches to the RGB input.
COMPONENT ......... Switches to the component signal input.
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5. Using On-Screen Menu
;6)$%/,%6%,=
4HISFUNCTIONSELECTSVIDEOSIGNALLEVELWHENTHEPROJECTORS($-)AND$ISPLAY0ORTINPUTCONNECTORSANDANEXTERNAL
DEVICEARECONNECTED
AUTO ..................... The video level is switched automatically based on the information from the device outputting the signal.
Depending on the connected device, this setting may not be made properly. In this case, switch to “NORMAL”
or “ENHANCED” from the menu and view with the optimum setting.
NORMAL................ This disables the enhanced mode.
ENHANCED ............ This improves the image’s contrast, expressing the dark and light sections more dynamically.
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5. Using On-Screen Menu
Menu Descriptions & Functions [SETUP]
[BASIC]
#ORRECTING6ERTICAL+EYSTONE$ISTORTION-ANUALLY;+%934/.%=
9OUCANCORRECTVERTICALDISTORTIONMANUALLYmPAGE22
4)07HENTHISOPTIONISHIGHLIGHTEDPRESSINGTHE%.4%2BUTTONWILLDISPLAYITSSLIDEBARFORADJUSTMENT
Selecting Cornerstone Mode [CORNERSTONE]
4HISOPTIONALLOWSYOUTOCORRECTTRAPEZOIDALDISTORTION
3ELECTINGTHISITEMWILLDISPLAYTHE#ORNERSTONEADJUSTMENTSCREENmPAGE32
./4%4HE;#/2.%234/.%=ITEMISNOTAVAILABLEWHEN;+%934/.%=OR;'%/-%42)##/22%#4)/.=ISSELECTED
5SINGTHE0)00)#452%"90)#452%&UNCTION;0)00)#452%"90)#452%=
4HISFUNCTIONALLOWSYOUTOVIEWTWODIFFERENTSIGNALSSIMULTANEOUSLYmPAGE35
-/$%
4HISOPTIONALLOWSYOUTOSELECTTWOMODES0)0AND0)#452%"90)#452%
0)04HISOPTIONALLOWSYOUTOVIEWASUBPICTUREINTHEMAINPICTURE
0)#452%"90)#452%4HISALLOWSYOUTOVIEWTWOPICTURESSIDEBYSIDE
0/3)4)/.
7HEN;0)0=ISSELECTEDFOR;-/$%=THISOPTIONALLOWSYOUTOSELECTTHEPOSITIONOFASUBPICTUREINTHEMAINPICTURE
4HEOPTIONSARE4/0,%&44/02)'(4"/44/-,%&4AND"/44/-2)'(4
./4%4HE;0/3)4)/.=CANNOTBESELECTEDWHEN;0)#452%"90)#452%=ISSELECTED
5. Using On-Screen Menu
3/52#%
4HISOPTIONALLOWSYOUTOSELECTASUBPICTURESIGNAL
4HEOPTIONSARE/&&6)$%/AND36)$%/
3ELECTING;/&&=WILLCANCELTHE0)00)#452%"90)#452%MODEANDRETURNTOTHENORMALSCREEN
Using the Wall Color Correction [WALL COLOR]
4HISFUNCTIONALLOWSFORQUICKADAPTIVECOLORCORRECTIONINAPPLICATIONSWHERETHESCREENMATERIALISNOTWHITE
./4%3ELECTING;7()4%"/!2$=REDUCESLAMPBRIGHTNESS
Setting Eco Mode [ECO MODE]
4HE%#/-/$%INCREASESLAMPLIFEWHILELOWERINGPOWERCONSUMPTIONANDCUTTINGDOWNON#/2EMISSIONS
4WOBRIGHTNESSMODESOFTHELAMPCANBESELECTED;/&&=AND;/.=MODES
mPAGE28
Setting Closed Caption [CLOSED CAPTION]
4HISOPTIONSETSSEVERALCLOSEDCAPTIONMODESTHATALLOWTEXTTOBESUPERIMPOSEDONTHEPROJECTEDIMAGEOF6IDEO
OR36IDEO
OFF ........................ This exits the closed caption mode.
CAPTION 1-4 ......... Text is superimposed.
TEXT 1-4 ................ Text is displayed.
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.
4. The projector will turn off after the countdown is complete.
NOTE:
s 4OCANCELTHEPRESETTIMESET;/&&=FORTHEPRESETTIMEORTURNOFFTHEPOWER
s 7HENTHEREMAININGTIMEREACHESMINUTESBEFORETHEPROJECTORISTURNEDOFFTHE;4(%02/*%#4/27),,452./&&7)4().
-).54%3=MESSAGEWILLBEDISPLAYEDONTHEBOTTOMOFTHESCREEN
Selecting Menu Language [LANGUAGE]
9OUCANCHOOSEONEOFLANGUAGESFORONSCREENINSTRUCTIONS
./4%9OURSETTINGWILLNOTBEAFFECTEDEVENWHEN;2%3%4=ISDONEFROMTHEMENU
5. Using On-Screen Menu
[MENU]
Selecting Menu Color [COLOR SELECT]
9OUCANCHOOSEBETWEENTWOOPTIONSFORMENUCOLOR#/,/2AND-/./#(2/-%
4URNING/N/FF3OURCE$ISPLAY;3/52#%$)30,!9=
4HISOPTIONTURNSONOROFFINPUTNAMEDISPLAYSUCHAS#/-054%2#/-054%2#/-054%2($-)$ISPLAY0ORT6)$%/36)$%/6)%7%2.%47/2+TOBEDISPLAYEDONTHETOPRIGHTOFTHESCREEN
Turning messages on and off [MESSAGE DISPLAY]
4HISOPTIONSELECTSWHETHERORNOTTODISPLAYPROJECTORMESSAGESATTHEBOTTOMOFTHEPROJECTEDIMAGE
%VENWHENh/&&vISSELECTEDTHESECURITYLOCKWARNINGISDISPLAYED4HESECURITYLOCKWARNINGTURNSOFFWHENTHE
SECURITYLOCKISCANCELED
4URNING/./&&#ONTROL)$;)$$)30,!9=
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. (m page 106)
4URNING/N/FF%CO-ESSAGE;%#/-%33!'%=
4HISOPTIONTURNSONOROFFTHEFOLLOWINGMESSAGESWHENTHEPROJECTORISTURNEDON
4HE%CO-ESSAGEPROMPTSTHEUSERTOSAVEENERGY7HEN;/&&=ISSELECTEDFOR;%#/-/$%=YOUWILLGETAMESSAGE
TOPROMPTYOUTOSELECT;/.=FOR;%#/-/$%=
7HEN;/.=ISSELECTEDFOR;%#/-/$%=
4OCLOSETHEMESSAGEPRESSANYONEOFTHEBUTTONS4HEMESSAGEWILLDISAPPEARIFNOBUTTONOPERATIONISDONEFOR
SECONDS
5. Using On-Screen Menu
7HEN;/&&=ISSELECTEDFOR;%#/-/$%=
0RESSINGTHE%.4%2BUTTONWILLDISPLAYTHE;%#/-/$%=SCREENmPAGE28
4OCLOSETHEMESSAGEPRESSTHE%8)4BUTTON
Selecting Menu Display Time [DISPLAY TIME]
4HISOPTIONALLOWSYOUTOSELECTHOWLONGTHEPROJECTORWAITSAFTERTHELASTTOUCHOFABUTTONTOTURNOFFTHEMENU4HE
PRESETCHOICESARE;-!.5!,=;!54/3%#=;!54/3%#=AND;!54/3%#=4HE;!54/3%#=ISTHEFACTORYPRESET
3ELECTINGA#OLOROR,OGOFOR"ACKGROUND;"!#+'2/5.$=
5SE THIS FEATURE TO DISPLAY A BLUEBLACK SCREEN OR LOGO WHEN NO SIGNAL IS AVAILABLE4HE DEFAULT BACKGROUND IS
;",5%=
./4%
s %VENWHENTHEBACKGROUNDLOGOISSELECTEDIFTWOPICTURESAREDISPLAYEDIN;0)00)#452%"90)#452%=MODETHEBLUEBACKGROUND
ISDISPLAYEDWITHOUTTHELOGOWHENTHEREISNOSIGNAL
Selecting Interval Time for Filter Message [FILTER MESSAGE]
4HISOPTIONALLOWSYOUTOSELECTTHETIMEPREFERENCEBETWEENDISPLAYINGTHEMESSAGEFORCLEANINGTHElLTERS#LEAN
THElLTERWHENYOUGETTHEMESSAGEh0,%!3%#,%!.&),4%2vmPAGE155
&IVEOPTIONSAREAVAILABLE/&&;(=;(=;(=;(=
4HEDEFAULTSETTINGIS;/&&=
./4%9OURSETTINGWILLNOTBEAFFECTEDEVENWHEN;2%3%4=ISDONEFROMTHEMENU
[INSTALLATION(1)]
3ELECTING0ROJECTOR/RIENTATION;/2)%.4!4)/.=
4HISREORIENTSYOURIMAGEFORYOURTYPEOFPROJECTION4HEOPTIONSAREDESKTOPFRONTPROJECTIONCEILINGREARPROJECTION
DESKTOPREARPROJECTIONANDCEILINGFRONTPROJECTION
4HISPROJECTORISAFREETILTPROJECTORWITHWHICHITISPOSSIBLETOPROJECTIMAGESONTHECEILINGUPWARDORmOORDOWNWARD
7HENINSTALLEDINTHEVERTICALDIRECTIONSETTHE;&!.-/$%=INSTALLATIONORIENTATIONmPAGE108
5. Using On-Screen Menu
$%3+4/0&2/.4
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Selecting Aspect Ratio and Position for Screen [SCREEN]
3CREENTYPE
3ETSTHEASPECTRATIOOFTHEPROJECTIONSCREEN
SCREEN
SCREEN
SCREEN
$ISPLAYPOSITION
&ORASCREENWITHAASPECTRATIO
&ORASCREENWITHAASPECTRATIO
&OR A SCREEN WITH A ASPECT
RATIO
7HEN THE SCREEN TYPE IS SET TO OR ADJUSTS THE
VERTICALPOSITIONOFTHEDISPLAYRANGE
$OWNWARD
5PWARD
NOTE:
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Using Geometric Correction [GEOMETRIC CORRECTION]
4HISFEATURERETRIEVESGEOMETRICDATAREGISTEREDINTHEPROJECTORMEMORY
4HREEPRESETSOFGEOMETRICDATAHAVEBEENREGISTERED4OTURNOFFTHISFEATURESELECT;/&&=
NOTE:
s 4HE;+%934/.%=AND;#/2.%234/.%=ADJUSTMENTSARENOTAVAILABLEWHENGEOMETRICDATAISAPPLIED
s 4OCLEARYOURGEOMETRICDATAPRESSTHE'%/-%42)#BUTTONFORAMINIMUMOFSECONDS
s 4HE;'%/-%42)##/22%#4)/.=FEATURECANCAUSEANIMAGETOBESLIGHTLYBLURREDBECAUSETHECORRECTIONISMADEELECTRONICALLY
Using Multi-Screen Compensation [MULTI-SCREEN COMP.]
4HISFEATUREALLOWSYOUTOMATCHHUEOFIMAGESPROJECTEDFROMMULTIPLEPROJECTORSTHATAREPLACEDINPARALLEL
MODE .................... OFF: Turns off this function to return to the normal brightness.
5. Using On-Screen Menu
ON: Turns on this function to make the screen darker. The [BRIGHTNESS] and the [CONTRAST] can be
adjusted.
CONTRAST ............ Adjusts the bright part of the picture.
BRIGHTNESS ......... Adjusts the dark part of the picture.
!DJUSTING
1. Prepare black and white images so that the images can be displayed on the computer screen.
2. Display the black image on the computer screen, and project the image from the projector.
3. Select [MULTI-SCREEN COMP.] m [MODE] m [ON].
4. Adjust the dark part of the images.
Press the button to select [BRIGHTNESS] and use the or to match the black part of another projector.
5. Display the white screen on the computer screen.
Project the image from two or more projectors.
6. Adjust the bright part of the images.
Press the button to select [CONTRAST] and use the or to match the white part of another projector.
Moving the slide bar toward [+] (plus) can change the white part of the image. Should this happen, move the
slide bar toward [−] (minus) to adjust the brightness.
4)0
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THEREMOTECONTROLmPAGE6
s 9OURSETTINGWILLNOTBEAFFECTEDEVENWHEN;2%3%4=ISDONEFROMTHEMENU
[REF. WHITE BALANCE]
4HISFEATUREALLOWSYOUTOADJUSTTHEWHITEBALANCEFORALLSIGNALS
4HEWHITEANDBLACKLEVELSOFTHESIGNALAREADJUSTEDFOROPTIMUMCOLORREPRODUCTION
5NIFORMITYISALSOADJUSTEDWHENTHEREDNESS2ANDBLUENESS"OFTHEWHITECOLORINTHESCREENSHORIZONTALLEFT
RIGHTDIRECTIONAREUNEVEN
BRIGHTNESS R/BRIGHTNESS G/BRIGHTNESS B
.............................. These adjust the picture’s black color.
CONTRAST R/CONTRAST G/CONTRAST B
.............................. These adjust the picture’s white 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.
;34!4)##/.6%2'%.#%=
4HISFEATURESALLOWSYOUTOADJUSTFORCOLORDEVIATIONINTHEPICTURE
4HISCANBEADJUSTEDINUNITSOFÒPIXELINTHEHORIZONTALDIRECTIONFOR(/2):/.4!,2'AND"INTHEVERTICALDIRECTIONFOR6%24)#!,2'AND"
5. Using On-Screen Menu
[INSTALLATION(2)]
$ISABLINGTHE#ABINET"UTTONS;#/.42/,0!.%,,/#+=
4HISOPTIONTURNSONOROFFTHE#/.42/,0!.%,,/#+FUNCTION
NOTE:
s 4HIS#/.42/,0!.%,,/#+DOESNOTAFFECTTHEREMOTECONTROLFUNCTIONS
s 7HENTHECONTROLPANELISLOCKEDPRESSINGANDHOLDINGTHE%8)4BUTTONONTHEPROJECTORCABINETFORABOUTSECONDSWILLCHANGE
THESETTINGTO;/&&=
4)07HENTHE;#/.42/,0!.%,,/#+=ISTURNEDONAKEYLOCKICON;
=WILLBEDISPLAYEDATTHEBOTTOMRIGHTOFTHEMENU
%NABLING3ECURITY;3%#52)49=
4HISFEATURETURNSONOROFFTHE3%#52)49FUNCTION
5NLESSTHECORRECTKEYWORDISENTEREDTHEPROJECTORCANNOTPROJECTANIMAGEmPAGE37
./4%9OURSETTINGWILLNOTBEAFFECTEDEVENWHEN;2%3%4=ISDONEFROMTHEMENU
Selecting Communication Speed [COMMUNICATION SPEED]
4HISFEATURESETSTHEBAUDRATEOFTHE0##ONTROLPORT$3UB0)TSUPPORTSDATARATESFROMTOBPS
4HEDEFAULTISBPS3ELECTTHEAPPROPRIATEBAUDRATEFORYOUREQUIPMENTTOBECONNECTEDDEPENDINGONTHE
EQUIPMENTALOWERBAUDRATEMAYBERECOMMENDEDFORLONGCABLERUNS
NOTE:
s 3ELECT;BPS=ORLESSWHENUSINGTHESUPPLIEDSOFTWAREPROGRAMS
s 9OURSELECTEDCOMMUNICATIONSPEEDWILLNOTBEAFFECTEDEVENWHEN;2%3%4=ISDONEFROMTHEMENU
Turning On or Off Remote Sensor [REMOTE SENSOR]
4HISOPTIONDETERMINESWHICHREMOTESENSORONTHEPROJECTORISENABLEDINWIRELESSMODE
4HEOPTIONSARE&2/.4"!#+&2/.4AND"!#+
)FTHEREMOTECONTROLSYSTEMDOESNOTFUNCTIONWHENDIRECTSUNLIGHTOR
STRONGILLUMINATIONSTRIKESTHEREMOTECONTROLSENSOROFTHEPROJECTORCHANGEANOTHEROPTION
3ETTING)$TOTHE0ROJECTOR;#/.42/,)$=
9OUCANOPERATEMULTIPLEPROJECTORSSEPARATELYANDINDEPENDENTLYWITHTHESINGLEREMOTECONTROLTHATHASTHE#/.42/,
)$FUNCTION)FYOUASSIGNTHESAME)$TOALLTHEPROJECTORSYOUCANCONVENIENTLYOPERATEALLTHEPROJECTORSTOGETHER
USINGTHESINGLEREMOTECONTROL4ODOSOYOUHAVETOASSIGNAN)$NUMBERTOEACHPROJECTOR
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.
5. Using On-Screen Menu
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s 9OURSETTINGWILLNOTBEAFFECTEDEVENWHEN;2%3%4=ISDONEFROMTHEMENU
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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.
4)04HERANGEOF)$SISFROMTO
4. Release the ID SET button.
The updated CONTROL ID screen will be displayed.
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s 4HE)$SCANBECLEAREDINAFEWDAYSAFTERTHEBATTERIESARERUNDOWNORREMOVED
s !CCIDENTALLYPRESSINGANYONEOFTHEBUTTONSOFTHEREMOTECONTROLWILLCLEARCURRENTLYSPECIlED
)$WITHBATTERIESREMOVED
5. Using On-Screen Menu
[OPTIONS(1)]
3ETTING!UTO!DJUST;!54/!$*534=
4HISFEATURESETSTHE!UTO!DJUSTMODESOTHATTHECOMPUTERSIGNALCANBEAUTOMATICALLYORMANUALLYADJUSTEDFOR
NOISEANDSTABILITY9OUCANAUTOMATICALLYMAKEADJUSTMENTINTWOWAYS;./2-!,=AND;&).%=
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.
Selecting Fan Mode [FAN MODE]
&AN-ODEISUSEDTOSETTHESPEEDOFTHEINTERNALCOOLINGFAN
MODE .................... Select three modes for fan speed: AUTO, HIGH, and HIGH ALTITUDE.
AUTO: The built-in fans automatically run at a variable speed according to the internal temperature.
HIGH: The built-in fans run at high speed
HIGH ALTITUDE: The built-in fans run at a high speed. Select this option when using the projector at altitudes
approximately 5500 feet/1600 meters or higher. To use the projector with ECO MODE ON in other installed
conditions than desktop/ceiling with +/-20°, heed the following:
(1) Select [HIGH ALTITUDE] for [MODE] at altitude 3200 feet/1000 meters.
(2) Select [OFF] for [ECO MODE] at altitude 6800 feet/2100 meters or higher.
90°
SETTING ................ Select either [NORMAL] or [VERTICAL TILT UP] according to the installa120°
60°
tion angle of the projector. Select [VERTICAL TILT UP] for angles of range
from 60° to 120° indicated in gray. Select [NORMAL] for the other angle
ranges.
0°
2ESTRICTIONSFORUSINGTHEPROJECTORIN%#/-/$%ATHIGHALTITUDES
4HEPROJECTORSHOULDNOTBEINSTALLEDINANYWAYOTHERTHANTHESETTINGDESCRIBEDINTHE
TABLEOTHERWISELAMPLIFECOULDDECREASEDRAMATICALLY
ECO MODE
SETTING
OFF
NORMAL/VERTICAL TILT UP
Orientation
All orientations
1000 m or lower
1000 to 1600 m
1600 to 2100 m
2100 to 2600 m
3200 ft or lower
3200 to 5200 ft
5200 to 6800 ft
6800 to 8500 ft
AUTO
270°
ON
NORMAL
VERTICAL TILT UP
DESKTOP/CEILING
DESKTOP/CEILING other
Upward 90°(+/− 30°)
+/− 20°
than +/− 20°
AUTO
HIGH ALTITUDE
7HENYOUWISHTOCOOLDOWNTHETEMPERATUREINSIDETHEPROJECTORQUICKLYSELECT;()'(=
180°
HIGH ALTITUDE
Not available
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./4%
s 7HEN;()'(!,4)45$%=ISSELECTEDFOR;&!.-/$%=ASYMBOLICON WILLBEDISPLAYEDATTHEBOTTOMOFTHEMENU
s )TISRECOMMENDEDTHATYOUSELECT(IGHSPEEDMODEIFYOUUSETHEPROJECTORNONSTOPFORCONSECUTIVEDAYS
s 3ET;&!.-/$%=TO;()'(!,4)45$%=WHENUSINGTHEPROJECTORATALTITUDESAPPROXIMATELYFEETMETERSORHIGHER
s 5SINGTHEPROJECTORATALTITUDESAPPROXIMATELYFEETMETERSORHIGHERWITHOUTSETTINGTO;()'(!,4)45$%=CANCAUSE
THEPROJECTORTOOVERHEATANDTHEPROTECTORCOULDSHUTDOWN)FTHISHAPPENSWAITACOUPLEMINUTESANDTURNONTHEPROJECTOR
s 5SINGTHEPROJECTORATALTITUDESLESSTHANAPPROXIMATELYFEETMETERSANDSETTINGTO;()'(!,4)45$%=CANCAUSETHE
LAMPTOOVERCOOLCAUSINGTHEIMAGETOmICKER3WITCH;&!.-/$%=TO;!54/=
s 5SINGTHEPROJECTORATALTITUDESAPPROXIMATELYFEETMETERSORHIGHERCANSHORTENTHELIFEOFOPTICALCOMPONENTSSUCH
ASTHELAMP
s 9OURSETTINGWILLNOTBEAFFECTEDEVENWHEN;2%3%4=ISDONEFROMTHEMENU
3ELECTINGTHE3IGNAL&ORMAT;3)'.!,3%,%#4#/-0=
7HENANOUTPUTDEVICEISCONNECTEDTOTHE#/-054%2VIDEOINPUTCONNECTORSTHISSETSTHEINPUTSIGNAL
RGB/COMPONENT . RGB and component signals are identified automatically.
VIDEO .................... This switches to the video signal.
./4%7HENAVIDEOCABLECOMMERCIALLYAVAILABLEISCONNECTEDTOTHE#/-054%2VIDEOINPUTCONNECTORS'9CONNECTORVIDEO
SIGNALSCANBEPROJECTED)NTHISCASESETTOh6)$%/v
[SEAMLESS SWITCHING]
7HENTHEINPUTCONNECTORISSWITCHEDTHEIMAGEDISPLAYEDBEFORESWITCHINGISHELDTOSWITCHTOTHENEWIMAGEWITHOUT
ABREAKDUETOABSENCEOFASIGNAL
[COLOR SYSTEM]
4HISFEATUREALLOWSYOUTOSELECTTHE46VIDEOSIGNALWHICHDIFFERSFROMCOUNTRYTOCOUNTRY.43#0!,ETC
4HISISSETTO;!54/=BYFACTORYDEFAULT3ETTHISIFTHEPROJECTORCANNOTIDENTIFYTHESIGNALAUTOMATICALLY
[DIGITAL AUDIO SELECT]
4HISFEATUREALLOWSYOUTOSELECTTHEAUDIOINPUTSFORTHEPROJECTORS($-)AND$ISPLAY0ORTINPUTCONNECTORS
HDMI ..................... HDMI: Selects the HDMI input connector’s digital audio.
COMPUTER2: Selects the COMPUTER2 audio input connector.
DisplayPort ............ DisplayPort: Selects the DisplayPort input connector’s digital audio.
COMPUTER2: Selects the COMPUTER2 audio input connector.
%NABLING+EY3OUNDAND%RROR3OUND;"%%0=
4HIS FEATURE TURNS ON OR OFF THE BUTTON SOUND OR ALARM WHEN AN ERROR OCCURS OR THE FOLLOWING OPERATIONS ARE PERFORMED
$ISPLAYINGTHEMAINMENU
3WITCHINGSOURCES
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[OPTIONS(2)]
Selecting Power-saving in [STANDBY MODE]
4HEPROJECTORHASTHREESTANDBYMODES;./2-!,=;0/7%23!6).'=AND;.%47/2+34!.$"9=
4HE0/7%23!6).'MODEISTHEMODETHATALLOWSYOUTOPUTTHEPROJECTORINTHEPOWERSAVINGCONDITIONWHICH
CONSUMESLESSPOWERTHANTHE./2-!,MODE4HEPROJECTORISPRESETFOR./2-!,MODEATTHEFACTORY
NORMAL.............................Power indicator: Orange light/STATUS indicator: Green light
POWER-SAVING .................Power indicator: Red light/STATUS indicator: Off
The following connectors, buttons or functions will not work during this mode.
- MONITOR OUT (COMP. 1) connector, and AUDIO OUT connector
- LAN and Mail Alert functions
- Buttons other than POWER button on the cabinet
- Buttons other than POWER ON button on the remote control
- Virtual Remote Tool fucntion
NETWORK STANDBY ..........When in the standby mode, the POWER indicator will light orange and the STATUS indicator will
not light. This shows that the projector’s power can be turned on by wired LAN.
When in the standby mode, the following connectors, buttons or functions will not work:
- MONITOR OUT (COMP. 1) connector, and AUDIO OUT mini jack
- Wireless LAN Unit
- [AUTO POWER ON (COMP1/3)]
- Buttons other than POWER button on the cabinet
- Buttons other than POWER ON button on the remote control
- PC control commands for other than power-on
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s7HEN;#/.42/,0!.%,,/#+=OR;#/.42/,)$=ISTURNEDONORWHEN;#/-054%2=OR;#/-054%2=ISSELECTEDFOR;!54/
0/7%2/.#/-0=THE;34!.$"9-/$%=SETTINGBECOMESINVALID
4HISMEANSTHATTHEPROJECTORISINTHESAMECONDITIONWHENTHE;./2-!,=ISSELECTEDFOR;34!.$"9-/$%=
./4%
s %VENWHEN;0/7%23!6).'=ISSELECTEDFOR;34!.$"9-/$%=POWERONOROFFCANBEDONEBYUSINGTHE0##/.42/,PORT
s 4HEPOWERCONSUMPTIONINTHESTANDBYMODEWILLNOTBEINCLUDEDINCALCULATING#/EMISSIONREDUCTION
s 9OURSETTINGWILLNOTBEAFFECTEDEVENWHEN;2%3%4=ISDONEFROMTHEMENU
%NABLING$IRECT0OWER/N;$)2%#40/7%2/.=
4URNSTHEPROJECTORONAUTOMATICALLYWHENTHEPOWERCORDISINSERTEDINTOANACTIVEPOWEROUTLET4HISELIMINATESTHE
NEEDTOALWAYSUSETHE0/7%2BUTTONONTHEREMOTECONTROLORPROJECTORCABINET
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4URNING/NTHE0ROJECTOR"Y!PPLYING#OMPUTER3IGNAL;!54/0/7%2/.#/-0=
7HENTHEPROJECTORISIN3TANDBYMODEAPPLYINGACOMPUTERSIGNALFROMACOMPUTERCONNECTEDTOTHE#/-054%2
).OR#/-054%2).INPUTWILLPOWERONTHEPROJECTORANDSIMULTANEOUSLYPROJECTTHECOMPUTERSIMAGE
4HISFUNCTIONALITYELIMINATESTHENEEDTOALWAYSUSETHE0/7%2BUTTONONTHEREMOTECONTROLORTHEPROJECTORCABINET
TOPOWERONTHEPROJECTOR
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s $ISCONNECTINGACOMPUTERSIGNALFROMTHECOMPUTERWILLNOTPOWEROFFTHEPROJECTOR7ERECOMMENDUSINGTHISFUNCTIONINCOMBINATIONOFTHE!54/0/7%2/&&FUNCTION
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WHENACOMPONENTSIGNALISAPPLIEDTOTHE#/-054%2).OR#/-054%2).CONNECTOR
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PROJECTORREMAINSINSTANDBYMODE
%NABLING0OWER-ANAGEMENT;!54/0/7%2/&&=
7HENTHISOPTIONISSELECTEDYOUCANENABLETHEPROJECTORTOAUTOMATICALLYTURNOFFATTHESELECTEDTIMEMINMIN
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NOTE:
s 4HE;!54/0/7%2/&&=FUNCTIONWILLNOTWORKWHEN;6)%7%2=OR;.%47/2+=ISSELECTEDFOR;3/52#%=
Selecting Default Source [DEFAULT SOURCE SELECT]
9OUCANSETTHEPROJECTORTODEFAULTTOANYONEOFITSINPUTSEACHTIMETHEPROJECTORISTURNEDON
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 COMPUTER1 m COMPUTER2 m COMPUTER3 m HDMI m
DisplayPort m VIDEO m VIEWER m COMPUTER1 and displays the first found source.
COMPUTER1 ......... Displays the computer signal from the COMPUTER IN connector every time the projector is turned on.
COMPUTER2 ......... Displays the computer signal from the COMPUTER 2 IN connector every time the projector is turned on.
COMPUTER3 ......... Displays the computer signal from the COMPUTER 3 IN connector every time the projector is turned on.
HDMI ..................... Displays the digital source from the HDMI IN connector every time the projector is turned on.
DisplayPort ............ Displays the digital source from the DisplayPort every time the projector is turned on.
VIDEO .................... Displays the Video source from the VIDEO IN connector every time the projector is turned on.
VIEWER ................. Displays slides or plays back movie files from the USB memory device every time the projector is turned
on.
NETWORK ............. Displays the data sent from the computer via the LAN port (RJ-45) or the wireless LAN unit (sold separately)
mounted on the projector is projected.
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Menu Descriptions & Functions [INFO.]
$ISPLAYSTHESTATUSOFTHECURRENTSIGNALANDLAMPUSAGE4HISITEMHASNINEPAGES4HEINFORMATIONINCLUDEDISAS
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4ODISMISSTHISMESSAGEPRESSANYBUTTONONTHEPROJECTORORTHEREMOTECONTROL
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Menu Descriptions & Functions [RESET]
Returning to Factory Default [RESET]
4HE2%3%4FEATUREALLOWSYOUTOCHANGEADJUSTMENTSANDSETTINGSTOTHEFACTORYPRESETFORAALLSOURCESEXCEPT
THEFOLLOWING
;#522%.43)'.!,=
2ESETSTHEADJUSTMENTSFORTHECURRENTSIGNALTOTHEFACTORYPRESETLEVELS
4HEITEMSTHATCANBERESETARE;02%3%4=;#/.42!34=;"2)'(4.%33=;#/,/2=;(5%=;3(!20.%33=
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;!,,$!4!=
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0!.%,,/#+=;3%#52)49=;#/--5.)#!4)/.30%%$=;#/.42/,)$=;3%!-,%3337)4#().'=;34!.$"9
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2ESETSTHELAMPCLOCKBACKTOZERO3ELECTINGTHISOPTIONDISPLAYSSUBMENUFORACONlRMATION3ELECT;9%3=ANDPRESS
THE%.4%2BUTTON
./4%%LAPSEDTIMEOFTHELAMPUSEWILLNOTBEAFFECTEDEVENWHEN;2%3%4=ISDONEFROMTHEMENU
./4%4HEPROJECTORWILLTURNOFFANDGOINTOSTANDBYMODEWHENYOUCONTINUETOUSETHEPROJECTORFORANOTHERHOURSAFTERTHE
LAMPHASREACHEDTHEENDOFITSLIFE)NTHISCONDITIONYOUCANNOTCLEARTHELAMPHOURMETERONTHEMENU)FTHISHAPPENSPRESSTHE
(%,0BUTTONONTHEREMOTECONTROLFORSECONDSTORESETTHELAMPCLOCKBACKTOZERO$OTHISONLYAFTERREPLACINGTHELAMP
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2ESETSTHElLTERUSAGEBACKTOZERO3ELECTINGTHISOPTIONDISPLAYSSUBMENUFORACONlRMATION3ELECT;9%3=ANDPRESS
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TOCLEARTHElLTERUSAGEHOUR
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Application Menu
7HEN;.%47/2+=ISSELECTEDFROMTHE;3/52#%=MENUTHEAPPLICATIONMENU;!00,)#!4)/.-%.5=WILLBEDISPLAYED
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NETWORK PROJECTOR
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4OSETUPTHEPROJECTORFORA,!.CONNECTION
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ANDSELECTh!UTOMATICALLYCONNECTWHENWITHINRANGEvFROMTHE
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NUMBEROBTAINEDFROMYOURNETWORKADMINISTRATOR
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3ETYOUR)0ADDRESSOFTHENETWORKCONNECTEDTOTHEPROJECTOR 5PTONUMERIC
WHEN;$(#0=ISTURNEDOFF
CHARACTERS
35".%4-!3+
3ETYOURSUBNETMASKNUMBEROFTHENETWORKCONNECTEDTOTHE 5PTONUMERIC
PROJECTORWHEN;$(#0=ISTURNEDOFF
CHARACTERS
'!4%7!9
3ETTHEDEFAULTGATEWAYOFTHENETWORKCONNECTEDTOTHEPROJECTOR 5PTONUMERIC
WHEN;$(#0=ISTURNEDOFF
CHARACTERS
7.3#/.&)'52!4)/.
3ETTHE)0ADDRESSOFYOUR7).3SERVEROFTHENETWORKCONNECTED 5PTONUMERIC
TOTHEPROJECTORWHEN;$(#0=ISTURNEDOFF
CHARACTERS
!54/$.3
0LACEACHECKMARKTOAUTOMATICALLYASSIGNTHE)0ADDRESSOFYOUR 5PTONUMERIC
$.3SERVERCONNECTEDTOTHEPROJECTORFROMYOUR$(#0SERVER CHARACTERS
#LEARTHISCHECKBOXTOSETTHE)0ADDRESSOFYOUR$.3SERVER
CONNECTEDTOTHEPROJECTOR
$.3#/.&)'52!4)/.
3ETTHE)0ADDRESSOFYOUR$.3SERVERONTHENETWORKCONNECTED 5PTONUMERIC
TOTHEPROJECTORWHEN;!54/$.3=ISCLEARED
CHARACTERS
!$6!.#%$
4HISMENUALLOWSYOUTOSETVARIOUSITEMSFORYOURWIRELESS,!. —
CONNECTIONNETWORKTYPESECURITY
2%#/..%#4
2ETRYTOCONNECTTHEPROJECTORTOANETWORK4RYTHISIFYOUHAVE —
CHANGED;02/&),%3=
4HE;!$6!.#%$=SETTINGSCREENISAVAILABLEFOR;7)2%,%33,!.=ONLY
NOTE:
s )FYOUSELECT;%!39#/..%#4)/.=FROM;02/&),%3=YOUCANNOTMAKESETTINGSTO$(#0ANDITSFOLLOWINGITEMSEXCEPT;#(!..%,=IN;!$6!.#%$=
!DVANCED3ETTINGSSETTINGSONLYREQUIREDWHENUSINGASEPARATELYSOLDWIRELESS,!.UNIT!$
!$6!.#%$MENUONLY
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5. Using On-Screen Menu
3)4%3526%9
$ISPLAYSALISTOFAVAILABLE33)$SFORWIRELESS,!.ONSITE3ELECT —
AN33)$WHICHYOUCANACCESS
4OSELECTAN33)$HIGHLIGHT;33)$=ANDUSETHETOSELECT;/+=
ANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
....................... Wireless access point
....................... Ad Hoc PC
....................... WEP or WPA enabled
3%#52)49
4HISWILLTURNONOROFFTHEENCRYPTIONMODEFORSECURETRANSMIS- —
SION
4OUSEENCRYPTIONSPECIFYA7%0KEYORENCRYPTIONKEY3ELECT
YOURSECURITYTYPEAPPROPRIATEFORYOURCOMPUTERANDTHEWIRELESS,!.UNIT
DISABLE ................ Will not turn on the encryption feature. Your communications may be monitored by someone.
WEP(64bit) ............ Uses 64-bit datalength for secure transmission.
WEP(128bit) .......... Uses 128-bit datalength for secure transmission.
This option will increase privacy and security
when compared to use of 64-bit datalength encryption.
WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK/WPA-EAP/WPA2-EAP
.............................. These options provide stronger security than
WEP.
NOTE:
s 4HESECURITYTYPE7%0KEYANDENCRYPTIONKEYSETTINGSMUSTBETHE
SAMEASCOMMUNICATIONDEVICESSUCHAS0#ORACCESSPOINTINYOUR
WIRELESSNETWORK
s 7HENYOUUSE;3%#52)49=YOURIMAGETRANSMISSIONSPEEDWILLSLOW
DOWN
s ;70!03+=;70!%!0=;70!03+=AND;70!%!0=ARENOTAVAILABLEWHEN;!$(/#=ISSELECTEDFROM;.%47/2+490%=
33)$
%NTERANIDENTIlER33)$FORWIRELESS,!.#OMMUNICATIONCAN 5PTOALPHANUMERIC
BEDONEONLYWITHEQUIPMENTWHOSE33)$MATCHES33)$FORYOUR CHARACTERSCASE
WIRELESS,!.
SENSITIVE
.%47/2+490%
3ELECTCOMMUNICATIONMETHODWHENUSINGWIRELESS,!.
—
INFRASTRUCTURE ...Select this option when communicating with
one or more equipment connected to the wireless or wired LAN network via a wireless access
point.
AD HOC ....................Select this option when using the wireless LAN
to directly communicate with a computer in
peer-to-peer mode.
#(!..%,
3ELECT A CHANNEL !VAILABLE CHANNELS VARY DEPENDING ON THE —
COUNTRYANDREGION7HENYOUSELECT;).&2!3425#452%=MAKE
SURETHATTHEPROJECTORANDYOURACCESSPOINTAREONTHESAME
CHANNELWHENYOUSELECT;!$(/#=MAKESURETHATTHEPROJECTOR
ANDYOURCOMPUTERAREONTHESAMECHANNEL
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5. Using On-Screen Menu
7HEN;7%0BIT=OR;7%0BIT=ISSELECTEDFOR;3%#52)49490%=
+%93%,%#4
3ELECTSONE7%0KEYFROMTHEFOURKEYSBELOW
+%9+%9+%9
+%9
%NTERA7%0KEY
s-AXIMUMNUMBEROFCHARACTERS
/PTION
!LPHANUMERIC!3#))
(EXADECIMAL(%8
7%0BIT
5
10
7%0BIT
13
26
7HEN;70!03+=;70!%!0=;70!03+=OR;70!%!0=ISSELECTEDFOR;3%#52)49490%=
%.#2904)/.490%
3ELECT;4+)0=OR;!%3=
+%9
%NTERENCRYPTIONKEY+EYLENGTHMUSTBEORGREATERANDORLESS
5. Using On-Screen Menu
;!54(%.4)#!4)/.=REQUIREDFORWIRELESSONLY
3ETTINGISREQUIREDFORUSING70!%!0OR70!%!0
0REPARATIONBEFORESETTING
3ELECTAWIRELESS,!.COMPLIANT70!%!0OR70!%!0AUTHENTICATIONANDINSTALLADIGITALCERTIlCATEONTHEPROJECTOR
3ET;$!4%!.$4)-%=ONTHEPROJECTORm page 140)
2. Use a computer to save digital certificates (files) for WPA-EAP or WPA2-EAP setting to your USB memory
device.
After completing saving the file, remove the USB memory device from the computer.
)MPORTANT
s 4HElLEFORMATSOFDIGITALCERTIlCATETHATARESUPPORTEDBYTHEPROJECTORARE$%2AND0+#3ONLY
s 4HEPROJECTORCANNOTHANDLEANYDIGITALCERTIlCATEWHOSElLESIZEEXCEEDS+"
s #2,#ERTIlCATE2ELOCATION,ISTISNOTSUPPORTED
s #LIENTCERTIlCATECHAINISNOTSUPPORTED
3. Plug the USB memory device into the USB port of the projector.
Setting Procedures
3ELECT;.%47/2+3%44).'3=m;7)2%,%333,!.=
3ETITEMSSUCHAS02/&),%3$(#0)0!$$2%3335".%4-!3+ANDOTHERSASREQUIRED
s 3ELECT;02/&),%=OR;02/&),%=FOR;02/&),%3=)F;%!39#/..%#4)/.=ISSELECTED70!03+70!
PSK, WPA-EAP, or WPA2-EAP is not available.
3ELECT;!$6!.#%$=ANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
The [ADVANCED] setting screen will be displayed.
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5. Using On-Screen Menu
3ELECT;3)4%3526%9=ANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
The “SSID” list will be displayed.
3ELECTACONNECTING33)$ANDTHENSELECT;/+=
Finally press the ENTER button.
s 3ELECTTHE33)$FORWHICH70!03+OR70!03+ISSET
s 3ELECT;).&2!3425#452%
not available when [AD HOC (
)] for [NETWORK TYPE]. WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK, WPA-EAP, or WPA2-EAP is
)] is selected.
3ELECTTHE;3%#52)49=TAB
The [SECURITY] page will be displayed.
3ELECTTHE;3%#52)49490%=lELDANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
The pull-down list will be displayed.
3ELECT;70!%!0=OR;70!%!0=ANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
3ELECTTHE;4+)0!%3=lELDANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
The pull-down list will be displayed.
103ELECT;4+)0=OR;!%3=ANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
Select [TKIP] or [AES] according to the setting for your access point.
5. Using On-Screen Menu
113ELECTTHE;!54(%.4)#!4)/.=TAB
The [AUTHENTICATION] page will be displayed.
Select either [EAP-TLS] or [PEAP-MSCHAPv2] for [EAP TYPE]. The setting items vary depending on the EAP
type.
See the table below.
%!04YPE
3ETTING)TEM
.OTE
%!04,3
5SER.AME
CHARACTERORMOREANDCHARACTERSOR
LESS
#LIENT#ERTIlCATE
0+#3FORMATlLE
#!#ERTIlCATE
#ERTIlCATEAUTHORITYSCERTIlCATE
$%2FORMATlLE
5SER.AME
CHARACTERORMOREANDCHARACTERSOR
LESS
0ASSWORD
CHARACTERORMOREANDCHARACTERSOR
LESS
#!#ERTIlCATE
#ERTIlCATEAUTHORITYSCERTIlCATE
$%2FORMATlLE
0%!0-3#(!0V
0 Selecting [EAP-TLS] for [EAP TYPE]:
The following section explains the operation for selecting [EAP-TLS].
For selecting [PEAP-MSCHAPv2], go on to Step 12 on page 129.
12.3ELECTTHE;53%2.!-%=lELDANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
The character entry screen (software keyboard) will be displayed. Set a user name.
s !USERNAMEMUSTBECHARACTERORMOREANDCHARACTERSORLESS
(m page 131)
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5. Using On-Screen Menu
13.3ELECT;#,)%.4#%24)&)#!4%=ANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
A list of files (thumbnail screen) will be displayed.
s &OROPERATINGTHETHUMBNAILSCREENSEEh5SINGTHE6IEWERvINTHEh5SERS-ANUALv0$&
s 4ORETURNTOTHE;!54(%.4)#!4)/.=PAGEPRESSTHE%8)4BUTTON
NOTE:
Installing a digital certificate
9OUCANINSTALLEACHDIGITALCERTIlCATECLIENTCERTIlCATEAND#!CERTIlCATEFOR;02/&),%OR=ONAlLEBYlLEBASIS
s )NSTALLAROOT#!CERTIlCATEFORA#!CERTIlCATE
s )FYOUINSTALLADIGITALCERTIlCATEOVERYOUREXISTINGDIGITALCERTIlCATETHEEXISTINGDIGITALCERTIlCATEWILLBEOVERWRITTENWITHTHENEW
DIGITALCERTIlCATE
s /NCEADIGITALCERTIlCATEHASBEENINSTALLEDITSINFORMATIONCANNOTBEDELETEDEVENIFYOUSTOPSETTING70!%!0OR70!%!0
14./NTHETHUMBNAILSCREENSELECTADIGITALCERTIlCATE0+#3FORMATlLESAVEDINYOUR53"MEMORYDEVICE
and press the ENTER button.
The password screen will be displayed.
15.3ELECT;0!337/2$=lELDANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
The character entry screen (software keyboard) will be displayed. Set the password of the private key. A password
must be 1 character or more and 32 characters or less.
The selected digital certificate file will be installed on the projector.
s 7HENTHEROOT#!CERTIlCATEISNOTINCLUDEDINTHElLETHATWASSELECTEDIN3TEPPROCEEDTO3TEP7HEN
the root certification authority certificate is included, proceed to Step 18.
3ELECT;#!#%24)&)#!4%=ANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
The drive list screen will be displayed.
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5. Using On-Screen Menu
17.On the thumbnail screen, select a digital certificate (DER format file) saved in your USB memory device
and press the ENTER button.
s 3ELECTYOURROOT#!CERTIlCATEHERE
The selected digital certificate will be installed on the projector.
18.!FTERCOMPLETINGREQUIREDSETTINGSSELECT;/+=ANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
The [WIRELESS] page will be returned.
19.3ELECT;2%#/..%#4=ANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
20.3ELECT;/+=ANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
4HISWILLCOMPLETESETTING;%!04,3=FOR;%!0490%=IN;70!%!0=OR;70!%!0=
4)0
#LEARINGTHEDIGITALCERTIlCATETHATISINSTALLEDONTHEPROJECTOR
4OCLEARTHEDIGITALCERTIlCATEINSTALLEDONTHEPROJECTORFOLLOWTHESTEPSBELOW
"YDOINGTHEFOLLOWINGPROCEDUREALLTHEDIGITALCERTIlCATESFORTHECURRENTLYDISPLAYEDPROlLEWILLBECLEARED
3ELECT ;#,%!2 #%24)&)#!4%3= IN THE BOTTOM LEFT OF THE ;!$6!.#%$=SETTINGSCREENANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
A message for confirmation will be displayed.
3ELECT;9%3=ANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
The digital certificates will be cleared.
4)0
s 4HE0+#3FORMATDIGITALCERTIlCATEINCLUDINGA#!CERTIlCATEWILLBEINSTALLEDASAROOT#!CERTIlCATE
1 Selecting [PEAP-MSCHAPv2] for [EAP TYPE]:
12.&ROMTHE;!54(%.4)#!4)/.=PAGESELECT;%!0490%=lELDANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
The pull-down list will be displayed.
13.3ELECT;0%!0-3#(!0V=ANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
14.3ELECT;53%2.!-%=lELDANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
The character entry screen (software keyboard) will be displayed. Set a user name.
s !USERNAMEMUSTBECHARACTERSORLESS
(m page 131)
129
5. Using On-Screen Menu
15.!FTERCOMPLETINGSETTINGAUSERNAMESELECTTHE;0!337/2$=lELDANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
The character entry screen (software keyboard) will be displayed. Set a password.
s !PASSWORDMUSTBECHARACTERSORLESS
16.!FTERCOMPLETINGSETTINGTHEPASSWORDSELECT;#!#%24)&)#!4%=lELDANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
The drive list screen will be displayed.
s &OROPERATINGTHETHUMBNAILSCREENSEEh5SINGTHE6IEWERvINTHEh5SERS-ANUALv0$&
s 4ORETURNTOTHE;!54(%.4)#!4)/.=PAGEPRESSTHE%8)4BUTTON
NOTE:
Installing a digital certificate
9OU CAN INSTALL EACH DIGITAL CERTIlCATE CLIENT CERTIlCATE AND #! CERTIlCATE FOR ;02/&),% OR = ON A lLEBYlLE
BASIS
s )NSTALLAROOT#!CERTIlCATEFORA#!CERTIlCATE
s )FYOUINSTALLADIGITALCERTIlCATEOVERYOUREXISTINGDIGITALCERTIlCATETHEEXISTINGDIGITALCERTIlCATEWILLBEOVERWRITTENWITHTHENEW
DIGITALCERTIlCATE
s /NCEADIGITALCERTIlCATEHASBEENINSTALLEDITSINFORMATIONCANNOTBEDELETEDEVENIFYOUSTOPSETTING70!%!0OR70!%!0
17.On the thumbnail screen, select a digital certificate (DER format file) saved in your USB memory device
and press the ENTER button.
s 3ELECTYOURROOT#!CERTIlCATEHERE
The selected digital certificate will be installed on the projector.
5. Using On-Screen Menu
18.!FTERCOMPLETINGREQUIREDSETTINGSSELECT;/+=ANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
The [WIRELESS] page will be returned.
19.3ELECT;2%#/..%#4=ANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
20.3ELECT;/+=ANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
4HISWILLCOMPLETESETTING;0%!0-3#(!0V=FOR;%!0490%=IN;70!%!0=OR;70!%!0=
4)0
#LEARINGTHEDIGITALCERTIlCATETHATISINSTALLEDONTHEPROJECTOR
4OCLEARTHEDIGITALCERTIlCATEINSTALLEDONTHEPROJECTORFOLLOWTHESTEPSBELOW
"YDOINGTHEFOLLOWINGPROCEDUREALLTHEDIGITALCERTIlCATESFORTHECURRENTLYDISPLAYEDPROlLEWILLBECLEARED
3ELECT ;#,%!2 #%24)&)#!4%3= IN THE BOTTOM LEFT OF THE ;!$6!.#%$=SETTINGSCREENANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
A message for confirmation will be displayed.
3ELECT;9%3=ANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
The digital certificates will be cleared.
4)0
%NTERING7%0KEYS3WITCHINGBETWEEN!LPHANUMERICCHARACTERSANDHEXADECIMAL
4OENTERFROM;+%9=TO;+%9=DOTHEFOLLOWING
3ELECTONEOF;+%9=;+%9=;+%9=AND;+%9=ANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
The character entry screen (software keyboard) will be displayed.
2. Use the , , , or button to select a character and press the ENTER button.
s 4OENTERA7%0KEYORPASSPHRASEUSEALPHANUMERICCHARACTERS!3#))ORHEXADECIMAL(%84OENTERA03+
key, use alphanumeric characters (ASCII).
s 0RESSTHE;(%8=BUTTONTOCHANGETO;!3#))=TOSETTHEKEYIN!3#))DIGIT9OUCANTOGGLETHISBUTTONBETWEEN
[ASCII] and [HEX].
s %NTERXNUMERALANDALPHABETRESPECTIVELYRIGHTINFRONTOFYOURKEYCODE
s (EXADECIMALUSESTOAND!TO&
3. After entering your WEP key or passphrase, use the , , , or BUTTONTOSELECT;/+=ANDPRESSTHE%.4%2
button.
The character entry screen (software keyboard) will be closed.
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5. Using On-Screen Menu
WPS
7HENTHEWIRELESS,!.ACCESSPOINTCONNECTEDTOTHEPROJECTORSUPPORTS7037I&I0ROTECTED3ETUP4-YOUCAN
USE0).METHODORPUSHBUTTONMETHODTOSETUPTHEWIRELESS,!.FORTHEPROJECTOR
0).490%
3ETADIGITORDIGIT0).CODEOF703FORYOURACCESSPOINTTOCOMPLETESETTINGFORTHE
33)$SECURITY
053("544/.490%
0RESSTHEDEDICATEDBUTTONOFTHEACCESSPOINTANDTHEPROJECTORSWIRELESS,!.UNITTO
COMPLETESETTINGFORTHE33)$SECURITY
.%47/2+).&/2-!4)/.
4HE FOLLOWING INFORMATION WILL BE DISPLAYED WHEN THE PROJECTOR IS CONNECTED TO A NETWORK WIRED ,!. OR WIRELESS
,!.
02/*%#4/2.!-%
(/34.!-%
$/-!).
.%47/2+).&/2-!4)/.7)2%$
,!.7)2%,%33,!.
#/..%#4)/.34!453)0!$$2%3335".%4-!3+'!4%7!97).3$.3-!#
!$$2%3333)$.%47/2+490%7%070!#(!..%,3)'.!,,%6%,!54(%.4)#!4)/.!54(%.4)#!4)/.0%2)/$
$)30,!94(%).&/2- 4URNONOROFFTHEDISPLAYOFTHENETWORKINFORMATION
-!4)/.).!00,)#!4)/.-%.5
4HEMEANINGSOFTHESESTATUSSTATEMENTSAREDESCRIBEDBELOW
3TATEMENT
!UTHENTICATIONSTATUS
!UTHENTICATED
!UTHENTICATIONISDONECORRECTLY
&AILURE
!UTHENTICATIONFAILED
!UTHENTICATINGx
!UTHENTICATIONISINPROCESS
%XPIRED
4HEDIGITALCERTIlCATEISEXPIRED/R;$!4%4)-%02%3%4=ISNOTSETCORRECTLY
4IME%RROR
4HE;$!4%4)-%02%3%4=HASBEENCLEARED3ETTHECORRECTDATEANDTIME
132
5. Using On-Screen Menu
02/*%#4/2.!-%!$6!.#%$MENUONLY
02/*%#4/2.!-%
3ETAUNIQUEPROJECTORNAME
5PTOALPHANUMERICCHARACTERSAND
SYMBOLS
$/-!).!$6!.#%$MENUONLY
3ETAHOSTNAMEANDDOMAINNAMEOFTHEPROJECTOR
(/34.!-%
3ETAHOSTNAMEOFTHEPROJECTOR
5PTOALPHANUMERIC
CHARACTERS
$/-!)..!-%
3ETADOMAINNAMEOFTHEPROJECTOR
5PTOALPHANUMERIC
CHARACTERS
133
5. Using On-Screen Menu
!,%24-!),!$6!.#%$MENUONLY
!,%24-!),
4HISOPTIONWILLNOTIFYYOURCOMPUTEROFLAMPREPLACETIMEORERROR —
MESSAGESVIAEMAILWHENUSINGWIRELESSORWIRED,!.
Placing a checkmark will turn on the Alert Mail feature.
Clearing a checkmark will turn off the Alert Mail feature.
3AMPLEOFAMESSAGETOBESENTFROMTHEPROJECTOR
4HELAMPANDlLTERSAREATTHEENDOFITSUSABLELIFE0LEASE
REPLACETHELAMPANDlLTERS
0ROJECTOR.AME.%#0ROJECTOR
,AMP(OURS5SED;(=
(/34.!-%
4YPEINAHOSTNAME
5PTOALPHANUMERIC
CHARACTERS
$/-!)..!-%
4YPEINADOMAINNAMEOFTHENETWORKCONNECTEDTOTHEPROJEC- 5PTOALPHANUMERIC
TOR
CHARACTERS
3%.$%2g3!$$2%33
3PECIFYTHESENDERSADDRESS
3-403%26%2
.!-%
4YPEINTHE3-40SERVERNAMETOBECONNECTEDTOTHEPROJEC- 5PTOALPHANUMERIC
TOR
CHARACTERS
2%#)0)%.4g3!$$2%33
4YPEINYOURRECIPIENTSADDRESS
4%34-!),
3ENDATESTMAILTOCHECKIFYOURSETTINGSARECORRECT
—
NOTE:
s )FYOUENTEREDANINCORRECTADDRESSINATESTYOUMAYNOTRECEIVEAN
!LERT MAIL 3HOULD THIS HAPPEN CHECK IF THE 2ECIPIENTS !DDRESS IS
CORRECTLYSET
s 5NLESS ANY ONE OF THE ;3%.$%2g3 !$$2%33= ;3-40 3%26%2g3
.!-%=OR;2%#)0)%.4g3!$$2%33=ISSELECTED;4%34-!),=IS
NOTAVAILABLE
s "ESURETOHIGHLIGHT;/+=ANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTONBEFOREEXECUTING
;4%34-!),=
5PTOALPHANUMERICCHARACTERSAND
SYMBOLS
5PTOALPHANUMERICCHARACTERSAND
SYMBOLS
5. Using On-Screen Menu
.%47/2+3%26)#%!$6!.#%$MENUONLY
(4403%26%2
3ETAPASSWORDFORYOUR(440SERVER
5PTOALPHANUMERIC
CHARACTERS
0*,INK
4HIS OPTION ALLOWS YOU TO SET A PASSWORD WHEN YOU USE THE 5PTOALPHANUMERIC
CHARACTERS
0*,INKFEATURE
./4%
s $ONOTFORGETYOURPASSWORD(OWEVERIFYOUFORGETYOURPASSWORD
CONSULTWITHYOURDEALER
s 7HATIS0*,INK
0*,INKISASTANDARDIZATIONOFPROTOCOLUSEDFORCONTROLLINGPROJECTORS
OFDIFFERENTMANUFACTURERS4HISSTANDARDPROTOCOLISESTABLISHEDBY
*APAN"USINESS-ACHINEAND)NFORMATION3YSTEM)NDUSTRIES!SSOCIATION*"-)!IN
4HEPROJECTORSUPPORTSALLTHECOMMANDSOF0*,INK#LASS
s 3ETTINGOF0*,INKWILLNOTBEAFFECTEDEVENWHEN;2%3%4=ISDONEFROM
THEMENU
AMX
4URN ON OR OFF FOR DETECTION FROM !-8 $EVICE $ISCOVERY WHEN —
CONNECTINGTOTHENETWORKSUPPORTEDBY!-8S.ET,INXCONTROL
SYSTEM
4)0
7HENUSINGADEVICETHATSUPPORTS!-8$EVICE$ISCOVERYALL!-8.ET,INX
CONTROLSYSTEMWILLRECOGNIZETHEDEVICEANDDOWNLOADTHEAPPROPRIATE
$EVICE$ISCOVERY-ODULEFROMAN!-8SERVER
Placing a checkmark will enable detecting the projector from AMX Device
Discovery.
Clearing a checkmark will disable detecting the projector from AMX
Device Discovery.
135
5. Using On-Screen Menu
TOOLS
ADMINISTRATOR MODE
4HISALLOWSYOUTOSELECT-%.5-/$%SAVESETTINGSANDSETAPASSWORDFORTHEADMINISTRATORMODE
-%.5-/$%
3ELECTEITHER;"!3)#=OR;!$6!.#%$=MENU
mPAGE8
—
./43!6%3%44).'
6!,5%3
Placing a check mark will not save your projector settings.
—
.%70!337/2$
#/.&)2-0!337/2$
!SSIGNAPASSWORDFORTHEADMINISTRATORMODE
Clear this check box to save your projector settings.
5PTOALPHANUMERIC
CHARACTERS
NOTE:
7HEN;,!34=ISSELECTEDFOR;$%&!5,43/52#%3%,%#4=PLACINGACHECKMARKFOR;./43!6%3%44).'6!,5%3=WILLFORCIBLY
SELECT.%47/2+FORSOURCEATEVERYPOWERONTIME
4OAVOIDTHISSELECT;!54/=FOR;$%&!5,43/52#%3%,%#4=
4)0
4ORETURNTOTHE!$6!.#%$MENUFROMTHE"!3)#MENUDOTHEFOLLOWING
5SETHE3/52#%BUTTONONTHECABINETORPRESSTHE.%47/2+BUTTONONTHEREMOTECONTROLTOSELECT
;.%47/2+=TODISPLAYTHE!00,)#!4)/.-%.5
3ELECT;4//,3=m;!$-).)342!4/2-/$%=m;-%.5-/$%=m;!$6!.#%$-/$%=
5. Using On-Screen Menu
PROGRAM TIMER
4HISOPTIONTURNSONOFFTHEPROJECTORANDCHANGESVIDEOSIGNALSANDSELECTS%#/MODEAUTOMATICALLYATASPECIlED
TIME
NOTE:
s "EFOREUSING;02/'2!-4)-%2=MAKESURETHATTHE;$!4%!.$4)-%=FEATUREISSETmPAGE14
s -AKESURETHATTHEPROJECTORISINTHESTANDBYCONDITIONWITHTHE0/7%2CORDCONNECTED
s 4HEPROJECTORHASABUILTINCLOCK4HECLOCKWILLKEEPWORKINGFORABOUTTWOWEEKSAFTERTHEMAINPOWERISTURNEDOFF)FTHEMAIN
POWERISNOTSUPPLIEDTOTHEPROJECTORFORTWOWEEKSORMORETHEBUILTINCLOCKSTOPSWORKING
s 7HEN;02/'2!-4)-%2=ISENABLEDTHE;34!.$"9-/$%=SETTINGBECOMESINVALID
4HISMEANSTHATTHEPROJECTORISINTHESAMECONDITIONWHENTHE;./2-!,=ISSELECTEDFOR;34!.$"9-/$%=
Setting a new program timer
1. On the PROGRAM TIMER screen, use the or BUTTONTOSELECT;3%44).'3=ANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTton.
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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5. Using On-Screen Menu
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 [SOURCE] will allow you to select a video source by setting [ADVANCED
SETTINGS]. Selecting [ECO MODE] will allow you to select [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.
3ELECT;/+=ANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
This will complete the settings.
You will be returned to the [PROGRAM LIST] screen.
3ELECT;"!#+=ANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
You will be returned to the [PROGRAM TIMER] screen.
3ELECT;/+=ANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
You will be returned to the [TOOLS] screen.
NOTE:
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5. Using On-Screen Menu
Activating the program timer
3ELECT;%.!",%=ONTHE;02/'2!-4)-%2=SCREENANDPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
The [ENABLE] will be activated.
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NOTE:
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You will be returned to the [PROGRAM LIST] screen.
Changing the order of programs
/NTHE;02/'2!-,)34=SCREENSELECTAPROGRAMWHOSEORDERYOUWANTTOCHANGEANDPRESSTHE 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
/NTHE;02/'2!-,)34=SCREENSELECTAPROGRAMNUMBERYOUWANTTODELETEANDPRESSTHE button.
2. Press the BUTTONTOSELECT;$%,%4%=
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The confirmation screen will be displayed.
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The program will be deleted.
This will complete deleting the program.
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5. Using On-Screen Menu
DATE ANDTIME
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BUILTINCLOCKWILLNOTCEASEWHILEINTHESTANDBYMODE
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
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MOUSE BUTTON ...................... [RIGHT HAND] or [LEFT HAND]
MOUSE SENSITIVITY ............... [FAST], [MEDIUM] or [SLOW]
6. Connecting to Other Equipment
Mounting a lens (sold separately)
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Mounting the lens
1. Remove the dust cap from the projector.
2. Remove the lens cap on the back of the lens.
3. Insert the lens onto the projector with the yellow-marked
protrusion on the lens facing upwards.
Guiding notch
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.
Yellow mark
4. Turn the lens clockwise.
Turn until a click is heard.
The lens is now fastened onto the projector.
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1. While pressing the lens release button on the
projector’s front panel fully in, turn the lens
counterclockwise.
The lens comes off.
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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.
6. Installation and Connections
Making Connections
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BNC IN
AUDIO IN
AUDIO IN
Stereo mini-plug
audio cable (not
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RGB - to - BNC cable
(not supplied)
Stereo mini-plug
audio cable (not
supplied)
Computer cable (VGA) (supplied)
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projector. It is recommended that you use a
commercially available distribution amplifier
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cable supplied.
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Digital RGB signal connection
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6. Installation and Connections
Connecting an External Monitor
HDMI OUT
AUDIO OUT
Stereo mini-plug audio cable
(not supplied)
HDMI cable (not supplied)
HDMI IN AUDIO IN
Computer cable (VGA) (supplied)
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NOTE:
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6. Installation and Connections
Connecting Your DVD Player or Other AV Equipment
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BNC cable (not supplied)
Audio equipment
CV
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Audio cable (not supplied)
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6. Installation and Connections
Connecting Component Input
AUDIO IN
COMPUTER IN
AUDIO IN
15-pin - to - RCA (female) × 3
cable adapter (ADP-CV1E)
RCA (female) - to - BNC (male)
connector (not supplied)
Stereo mini plug - to - RCA audio
cable (not supplied)
Component video RCA × 3 cable
(not supplied)
Audio Equipment
DVD player
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Connecting HDMI Input
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HDMI 2 IN
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Audio cable (not supplied)
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6. Installation and Connections
Connecting to a Wired LAN
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Example of LAN connection
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Server
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LAN cable (not supplied)
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Connecting to a Wireless LAN (sold separately)
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CAUTION:
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6. Installation and Connections
1. Press the
button to set the projector to the standby mode, then
disconnect the power cord.
Wait for the projector to fully cool off.
Filter cover
2. Remove the filter cover.
Pressing the buttons on the left and right sides of the filter cover upwards,
pull the filter cover towards you to remove it.
Button
Hook
3. Remove the filter unit.
Pull the hooks on the left and right sides of the filter unit towards you to
remove the filter unit.
Filter unit
Wireless LAN unit
4. Slowly insert the wireless LAN unit into the USB (LAN) port.
Insert the 4 catches on the top of the filter cover into the grooves in the
projector, then press the left and right buttons to close.
- A click is heard and the filter cover is fastened in place.
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- The cap you have removed will be used when the wireless LAN unit is
removed, so store it in a safe place.
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with the indicator) facing upwards, hold the back edge and insert the unit
gently.
6. Installation and Connections
To remove the wireless LAN unit
1. Remove the filter unit following steps 1 to 3 above.
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3. Mount the filter unit and filter cover as described in steps 5 and 6
above.
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6. Installation and Connections
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PC with wireless
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PC with built-in wireless
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USB Wireless LAN Unit
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6. Installation and Connections
Projecting Portrait Images
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6. Installation and Connections
Reference drawing
[Side View]
[Front View]
4-M4 screw hole
[Bottom View]
310 mm or longer
Filter cover
Remove tilt foot
Rear foot
130 or longer
Filter cover (open)
Horizontal adjuster
,OCKING,ENS3HIFT
1. Pull and remove the lever cover.
2. Loosen the screw.
s 4HESCREWCANNOTBEREMOVED
6. Installation and Connections
3. Move the lever upward until it stops and then secure the screw.
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4. Put the lever cover back.
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7. Maintenance
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1. Push up the buttons on the left and right to release the
filter unit and pull it out.
Filter cover
Button
2. Remove the filter unit by pulling out the tab.
Filter unit
3. Remove the four filters.
(1) Turn the filter unit over and pull out the two soft accordion
filters.
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Tab
7. Maintenance
(2) Push the left edges of the filters and remove the two hard
honeycomb filters.
- The filters cannot be removed by pressing the left and
right edges.
4. Use a vacuum cleaner to vacuum all the dust inside.
Get rid of dust in the accordion filter
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5. Remove dust from the filter unit and the filter cover.
Clean both outside and inside.
6. Attach the four filters to the filter unit.
(1) Insert the hard honeycomb filters into the tips of the flanges
at the center, then bend the filters and push them in under
the hooks.
Flange
Hook
- The filters cannot be inserted from the outside.
(2) Turn the filter unit over.
Mount the accordion filters under the flanges along the outer
edges.
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Slit
7. Mount the filter unit back onto the projector cabinet.
Insert the filter unit onto the projector with the sides on which
the left and right hooks are located on the outside.
Hook
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7. Maintenance
8. Put the filter cover back to the projector cabinet.
Catch
Insert the 4 catches on the top of the filter cover into the grooves
in the projector, then press the left and right buttons to close.
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Plug the power cord into the wall outlet, and then turn on the
projector.
From the menu, select [RESET] m [CLEAR FILTER HOURS].
(m page 117)
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
Button
7. Maintenance
Cleaning the Lens
s
s
s
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7. Maintenance
Replacing the Lamp and the Filters
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Flow of Replacing the Lamp and the Filters
Step 1. Replace the lamp
Step 2. Replace the filters (m page 162)
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7. Maintenance
To replace the lamp:
1. Remove the lamp cover.
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3. Install a new lamp housing.
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7. Maintenance
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1. Push up the buttons on the left and right to release the filter unit and pull it out.
Filter cover
2. Remove the filter unit by pulling out the tab.
Filter unit
3. Remove the four filters.
(1) Turn the filter unit over and pull out the two soft accordion filters (large and small).
7. Maintenance
(2) Push the left edges of the filters and remove the two hard honeycomb filters (large and small).
sThe filters cannot be removed by pressing the left and right edges.
4. Remove dust from the filter unit and the filter cover.
Clean both outside and inside.
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in under the hooks.
- The filters cannot be inserted from the outside.
(2) Turn the filter unit over.
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6. Mount the filter unit back onto the projector cabinet.
Insert the filter unit onto the projector with the sides on which the left and right hooks are located on the outside.
7. Mount the filter cover back onto the projector cabinet.
Insert the 4 catches on the top of the filter cover into the grooves in the projector, then press the left and right
buttons to close.
This completes the filter replacement.
Go on to the clearing lamp and filter hour meters.
To clear the lamp usage hours and the filter 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.
#LEARTHELAMPUSAGEHOURSANDTHElLTERUSAGEHOURS
1. From the menu, select [RESET] m [CLEAR LAMP HOURS] and reset the lamp usage hours.
2. Select [CLEAR FILTER HOURS].and reset the filter usage hours. (m page 117)
8. User Supportware
Installing Software Program
Installation for Windows software
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8. User Supportware
#LICKASOFTWAREPROGRAMYOUWISHTOINSTALLONTHEMENUWINDOW
The installation will start.
s &OLLOWTHEINSTRUCTIONSONTHEINSTALLERSCREENSTOCOMPLETETHEINSTALLATION
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8. User Supportware
Installation for Macintosh software
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8. User Supportware
Operating the Projector Via the LAN (Virtual Remote Tool)
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Connect the projector to a LAN.
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8. User Supportware
Start Virtual Remote Tool
Start using the shortcut icon
s $OUBLECLICKTHESHORTCUTICON
on the Windows Desktop.
Start from the Start menu
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When Virtual Remote Tool starts for the first time, “Easy Setup” window will be displayed.
The “Easy Setup” feature is not available on this model. Click “Close Easy Setup”.
Closing the “Easy Setup” window will display the “Projector List” window.
Select your projector you wish to connect. This will display the Virtual Remote screen.
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8. User Supportware
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8. User Supportware
Projecting Your Computer’s Screen Image from the Projector
over a LAN (Image Express Utility Lite)
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Start Image Express Utility Lite.
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8. User Supportware
When connecting with the projector is establised, you can operate the control window to control the projector.
NOTE:
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Control Window Operations
(6)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(1)
(Source)..... Selects an input source of the projector.
(2)
(Picture) .... Turns on or off the Mute (Picture mute), Freeze (Freeze a picture), Play, and Geometric Correction Tool (GCT)
functions.
(3)
(Sound) ..... Turns on or off Mute (Sound mute), play the sound and turns up or down the volume.
(4)
(Etc) ........... Uses “Update”, “HTTP Server”*, “Settings” and “Information”.
(5)
(6)
(Exit) .......... Exit Image Express Utility Lite. You can also turn off the projector at the same time.
(Help)........... Displays the help of Image Express Utility Lite.
4)0
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The Help screen will be displayed.
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Click “Help (C)” m “Help” on the Cornerstone Edit screen.
The Help screen will be displayed.
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m “Image Express Utility Lite Help”.
The Help screen will be displayed.
8. User Supportware
Projecting an Image from an Angle (Geometric Correction Tool
in Image Express Utility Lite)
4HE 'EOMETRIC #ORRECTION4OOL '#4 FUNCTION ALLOWS YOU TO CORRECT DISTORTION OF IMAGES PROJECTED EVEN FROM AN
ANGLE
What you can do with GCT
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PREPAREDINADVANCE
4HISSECTIONWILLSHOWANEXAMPLEFORUSEWITHPOINT#ORRECTION
&ORINFORMATIONABOUTh-ULTIPOINT#ORRECTIONvANDh0ARAMETERS#ORRECTIONvSEETHEHELPlLEOF)MAGE%XPRESS
5TILITY,ITEmPAGE171
s 9OURCORRECTIONDATACANBESTOREDINTHEPROJECTORORYOURCOMPUTERWHICHCANBERESTOREDWHENNECESSARY
s 'EOMETRICCORRECTIONCANBEUSEDWHENCONNECTEDTOTHENETWORKBYWIREDORWIRELESS,!.ORBYVIDEOCABLE
0REPARATION!DJUSTTHEPROJECTORPOSITIONORTHEZOOMSOTHATTHEPROJECTEDIMAGECANCOVERTHEWHOLESCREENAREA
#LICKTHEh
v0ICTUREICONANDTHENTHEh
vBUTTON
The “4-point Correction” window will be displayed.
#LICKTHEh3TART#ORRECTIONvBUTTONANDTHENh3TARTPOINT#ORRECTIONvBUTTON
A green frame and a mouse pointer (
) will be displayed.
s &OUR;$ ] marks will be appeared at four corners of the green frame
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8. User Supportware
5SETHEMOUSETOCLICKTHE; $ =MARKOFWHICHCORNERYOUWISHTOMOVE
The currently selected [ $ ] mark will turn red.
(In the above example, Windows screens are omitted for clarification.)
$RAGTHESELECTED; $ =MARKTOTHEPOINTYOUWISHTOCORRECTANDDROPIT
s 7HENYOUCLICKSOMEWHEREWITHINTHEPROJECTIMAGEAREATHENEAREST;$ ] mark will go to the position where
the mouse cursor is.
5. Repeat Step 3 and 4 to correct the distortion of the projected image.
6. After completing, right-click the mouse.
The green frame and the mouse pointer will disappear from the projected image area. This will complete the correction.
#LICKTHEh8vCLOSEBUTTONONTHEhPOINT#ORRECTIONvWINDOW
The “4-point Correction” window will disappear and the 4-point correction will take effect.
#LICKTHEh
vBUTTONONTHECONTROLWINDOWTOEXITTHE'#4
4)0
s !FTERPERFORMINGTHEPOINTCORRECTIONYOUCANSAVETHEPOINTCORRECTIONDATATOTHEPROJECTORBYCLICKINGh&ILEvmh7RITINGTO
THEPROJECTORxvONTHEhPOINT#ORRECTIONvWINDOW
s 3EETHE(ELPOF)MAGE%XPRESS5TILITY,ITEFOROPERATINGhPOINT#ORRECTIONvWINDOWANDOTHERFUNCTIONSTHAN'#4mPAGE
171
8. User Supportware
Using the Projector to Operate Your Computer over a LAN
(Desktop Control Utility 1.0)
5SING$ESKTOP#ONTROL5TILITYALLOWSYOUTOREMOTELYOPERATEYOURCOMPUTERPLACEDATADISTANCEFROMTHEPROJECTOR
OVERANETWORKWIRED,!.ORWIRELESS,!.
What you can do with Desktop Control Utility 1.0
s !COMMERCIALLYAVAILABLE53"MOUSEISCONNECTEDTOTHEPROJECTORTOOPERATETHECOMPUTER
s 3UPPOSEFOREXAMPLEA0OWER0OINTlLETOBEPRESENTEDINACONFERENCEISSAVEDTOACOMPUTERINYOUROFlCE
)FTHISCOMPUTERISCONNECTEDTOTHEPROJECTORINTHECONFERENCEROOMWITH,!.WHENTHECONFERENCEISHELDTHE
DESKTOPSCREENOFTHECOMPUTERINYOUROFlCE7INDOWS7INDOWS6ISTA7INDOWS80CANBEPROJECTEDANDTHE
0OWER0OINTlLECANBEPRESENTEDBYOPERATINGTHEPROJECTOR)NOTHERWORDSTHECOMPUTERDOESNOTNEEDTOBE
BROUGHTINTOTHECONFERENCEROOM
)-0/24!.4
s 9OUCANUSETHE$ESKTOP#ONTROL5TILITYTOOPERATEACOMPUTERLOCATEDINASEPARATEROOMFROMTHEPROJECTOROVERANETWORK
4HEREFORECAREMUSTBEEXERCISEDTOPREVENTANYTHIRDPARTYFROMVIEWINGTHESCREENOFYOURCOMPUTERIMPORTANTDOCUMENTS
COPYINGlLESORTURNINGOFFTHEPOWER
.%#ASSUMESNOLIABILITYFORANYLOSSORDAMAGESARISINGFROMINFORMATIONLEAKORSYSTEMFAILUREWHILEYOUAREUSING$ESKTOP
#ONTROL5TILITY
s 4HISWILLDISCONNECT,!.CONNECTIONWHENTHECOMPUTERGOESINTHESTANDBYMODEWHILETHE$ESKTOP#ONTROL5TILITYISBEING
USED
)NTHE7INDOWS7INDOWS6ISTASELECT;#ONTROL0ANEL=m;(ARDWAREAND3OUND=m;0OWER/PTIONS=3ET;#HANGEWHENTHE
COMPUTERSLEEPS=TO;.EVER=
)N THE 7INDOWS 80 CLICK ;#ONTROL 0ANEL= m ;0ERFORMANCE AND -AINTENANCE= m ;0OWER /PTIONS= m ;3YSTEM 3TANDBY= m
;.EVER=
s 4HESCREENSAVERFUNCTIONISOFFWHILE$ESKTOP#ONTROL5TILITYISRUNNING
Connecting the projector to a LAN
#ONNECTTHEPROJECTORTOTHE,!.BYFOLLOWINGTHEINSTRUCTIONSINh#ONNECTINGTOA7IRED,!.vmPAGE150h#ONNECTINGTOA7IRELESS,!.vmPAGE151ANDh!PPLICATION-ENUS.%47/2+3%44).'3vmPAGE120
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8. User Supportware
Using the projector to operate your computer’s desktop screen
)-0/24!.4
s )NCASEOF7INDOWS7INDOWS6ISTADISABLETHEUSERACCOUNTCONTROLBEFOREUSING$ESKTOP#ONTROL5TILITY
7INDOWS6ISTAHASh5SER!CCOUNT#ONTROLvFUNCTIONTOPROTECTTHECOMPUTER4HEUSERACCOUNTCONlRMATIONWINDOWMAYBE
DISPLAYED
3INCE$ESKTOP#ONTROL5TILITYCANNOTTRANSFERTHEUSERACCOUNTCONlRMATIONWINDOWTHISWINDOWMAKESTHEOPERATIONUNAVAILABLE"EFOREUSING$ESKTOP#ONTROL5TILITYITISNECESSARYTODISABLETHEUSERACCOUNTCONTROLOF7INDOWS7INDOWS6ISTA
!FTERLOGGINGONWITHTHEADMINISTRATORACCOUNTFOLLOWTHEPROCEDUREBELOWTOCHANGETHESETTING
[Change Procedure]
<For Windows 7>
#LICK;#ONTROL0ANEL=FROMTHE3TART-ANU
#LICK;5SER!CCOUNTSAND&AMILY3AFETY=
#LICK;5SER!CCOUNTS=
#LICK;#HANGE5SER!CCOUNT#ONTROLSETTINGS=
#HANGE;#HOOSEWHENTOBENOTIlEDABOUTCHANGESTOYOURCOMPUTER=TO;.EVERNOTIFY=ANDCLICK;/+=
s )FRESTARTINGISREQUESTEDCLICK;2ESTARTNOW=
&OR7INDOWS6ISTA
#LICK;#ONTROL0ANEL=FROMTHE3TART-ENU
#LICK;5SER!CCOUNTSAND&AMILY3AFETY=
#LICK;5SER!CCOUNT=
#LICK;%NABLE$ISABLE5SER!CCOUNT#ONTROL=
2EMOVE THE CHECKMARK FOR ;5SE 5SER !CCOUNT #ONTROL 5!# TO (ELP #OMPUTER 0ROTECTION= AND CLICK
;/+=
s )FREBOOTINGISREQUESTEDCLICK;2EBOOT.OW=
5PONCOMPLETIONOF$ESKTOP#ONTROL5TILITYITISRECOMMENDEDTOENABLETHEUSERACCOUNTCONTROL
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8. User Supportware
s/PERATIONONCOMPUTER
#LICK7INDOWS;3TART=m;!LL0ROGRAMS=m;.%#0ROJECTOR5SER3UPPORTWARE=m;$ESKTOP#ONTROL5TILITY
=m;$ESKTOP#ONTROL=INTHATORDER
The “Selection Of Network Connections” window is displayed.
This displays a list of the network devices connected to the computer you are using.
3ELECTTHENETWORKDEVICETOUSEANDCLICK;/+=
The “Startup password settings” window will be displayed.
s )NCASEOF7INDOWS7INDOWS6ISTATHE5SER!CCOUNT#ONTROL7INDOWISDISPLAYED#LICK;/+=ORINPUTTHE
administrator password.
Screen when Desktop Control Utility 1.0 is started first time
already
Screen if starting password has been set
)-0/24!.4
s "ESURETOWRITEDOWNTHESTARTINGPASSWORDINCASEYOUFORGETIT
s 4HESTARTINGPASSWORDMUSTBEINPUTEACHTIME$ESKTOP#ONTROL5TILITYISSTARTED
s 3HOULDYOUFORGETTHESTARTINGPASSWORDREINSTALLTHE$ESKTOP#ONTROL5TILITY
!SCREENLIKETHEONEBELOWISDISPLAYEDWHENTHESOFTWAREISSTARTEDONA0#INSTALLEDWITH7INDOWS803ERVICE0ACK30OR
LATER
#LICKh5NBLOCKvIFTHISISDISPLAYED
179
8. User Supportware
)NPUTTHESTARTINGPASSWORDOF$ESKTOP#ONTROL5TILITYANDCLICK;/+=
The “Current password” window will be displayed.
NOTE:
4HECHARACTERSTRINGDISPLAYEDINTHEPASSWORDlELDVARIESEACHTIME$ESKTOP#ONTROL5TILITYISSTARTED
4 Write down the character string displayed in the password field.
Write down “PMHN” in the screen example of step 3.
#LICK;/+=
Desktop Control Utility 1.0 will be started.
Move to the room where the projector is installed, with the paper on which you have written down the password in
step 4.
8. User Supportware
s/PERATINGTHEPROJECTORCONNECTINGCOMPUTER
#ONNECTA53"MOUSETHATISCOMMERCIALLYAVAILABLETOTHEPROJECTOR
USB
2 Turn on the power to the projector.
Set the LAN setting of the projector in advance.
0RESSTHE3/52#%BUTTONONTHEPROJECTORUNIT
The Source list will be displayed.
In case of the remote control, press the NETWORK button.
The “network menu” screen will be displayed, proceed to step 5.
4 Press the BUTTONSTOSELECT;.%47/2+=ANDTHENPRESSTHE%.4%2BUTTON
The “network menu” screen will be displayed.
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8. User Supportware
#LICK;$%3+4/0#/.42/,54),)49=
The “DESKTOP CONTROL UTILITY menu” screen will be displayed.
#LICKh%.429v
A password input screen will be displayed.
)NPUTTHEPASSWORDYOUHAVEWRITTENDOWNINSTEPOFh/PERATIONONCOMPUTERv
s #LICKTHE;"3=BUTTONONTHERIGHTSIDEOFTHE;0!337/2$=lELDTODELETETHECHARACTERTOTHELEFTOFTHECHARACTER
insertion point.
8 After inputting the password, click the
BUTTONONTHERIGHTSIDEOFTHE;0!337/2$=lELD
You are returned to the “DESKTOP CONTROL UTILITY” menu screen.
#LICK;#/-054%23%!2#(=
The “COMPUTER LIST” screen will be displayed.
If the connection destination has not been found as a result of a COMPUTER SEARCH, search for the connection
destination by inputting the IP address of the computer at the connection destination, click “Input IP Address”.
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8. User Supportware
#LICKTHECOMPUTERATTHECONNECTIONDESTINATIONANDTHEN;/+=
The desktop screen of the computer at the connection destination will be displayed.
s/PERATINGTHEPROJECTORMANIPULATINGDESKTOPSCREEN
4HEDISPLAYEDDESKTOPSCREENCANBEMANIPULATEDBYUSINGTHE53"MOUSECONNECTEDTOTHEPROJECTOR)FTHE%8)4
BUTTONOFTHEPROJECTORORREMOTECONTROLISPRESSEDWHILETHEDESKTOPSCREENISDISPLAYEDANAUXILIARYOPERATIONBAR
ISDISPLAYEDATTHELOWERLEFTOFTHESCREEN
-ANIPULATETHEAUXILIARYOPERATIONBARBYUSINGTHEBUTTONSOFTHEPROJECTORORREMOTECONTROL
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8. User Supportware
<1>
<2>
<3>
<4>
<1>
(cut-off icon) .......Disconnects communication with the computer.
<2>
(Shift icon) ..........When the highlight is moved to this icon and the ENTER button is pressed, shift lock status is set.
The shift lock is canceled if the highlight is moved to this icon and the ENTER button is pressed
again.
<3>
(Ctrl icon) ............When the highlight is moved to this icon and the ENTER button is pressed, control lock status is set.
The control lock is canceled if the highlight is moved to this icon and the ENTER button is pressed
again.
<4>
(ESC icon) ...........The same operation as when the [ESC] key of the computer is pressed is performed. This icon is
used, for example, to stop a slideshow of PowerPoint.
s/PERATINGTHEPROJECTORDISCONNECTINGCOMMUNICATIONS
1 Press the EXIT button while the desktop screen is displayed.
An auxiliary operation bar will be displayed at the lower left of the screen.
2 Move the highlight to
(cut-off icon) and press the ENTER button.
Communication will be disconnected and you are returned to the “DESKTOP CONTROL UTILITY” menu screen.
To resume communication, click [COMPUTER SEARCH].
After that, follow step 10 on the preceding page.
2%&%2%.#%
#OMMUNICATIONCANALSOBEDISCONNECTEDBYCLICKINGTHEPROJECTORICONONTHETASKBARANDTHENCLICKINGh$ISCONNECTvWHILETHE
DESKTOPSCREENISDISPLAYED
8. User Supportware
s/PERATINGTHEPROJECTOREXITING$ESKTOP#ONTROL5TILITY
#LICKTHEPROJECTORICON;
=ONTHETASKBARWHILETHEDESKTOPSCREENISDISPLAYED
#LICK;%XIT=
Desktop Control Utility 1.0 will be terminated.
3 Press the EXIT button on the projector unit or on the remote control.
The “network menu” screen will be displayed.
4 Press the MENU button on the projector unit or on the remote control.
The on-screen menu will be displayed.
3ELECTANINPUTSOURCEOTHERTHAN;.%47/2+=
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8. User Supportware
Controlling the Projector over a LAN (PC Control Utility Pro 4)
5SINGTHEUTILITYSOFTWAREh0##ONTROL5TILITY0ROvTHEPROJECTORCANBECONTROLLEDFROMACOMPUTEROVERA,!.
Control Functions
0OWER/N/FFSIGNALSELECTIONPICTUREFREEZEPICTUREMUTEAUDIOMUTEADJUSTINGERRORMESSAGENOTIlCATIONEVENT
SCHEDULE
3CREENOF0##ONTROL5TILITY0RO
4HISSECTIONPROVIDESANOUTLINEOFPREPARATIONFORUSEOF0##ONTROL5TILITY0RO&ORINFORMATIONONHOWTOUSE0#
#ONTROL5TILITY0ROSEE(ELPOF0##ONTROL5TILITY0RO
4)0
s 0##ONTROL5TILITY0ROCANBEUSEDWITHASERIALCONNECTION
Connect the projector to a LAN.
#ONNECTTHEPROJECTORTOTHE,!.BYFOLLOWINGTHEINSTRUCTIONSINh#ONNECTINGTOA7IRED,!.vmPAGE150h#ONNECTINGTOA7IRELESS,!.SOLDSEPARATELYvmPAGE151ANDh!PPLICATION-ENUS.%47/2+3%44).'3vm
PAGE120
Start PC Control Utility Pro 4
#LICKh3TARTvmh!LLPROGRAMSvORh0ROGRAMSvmh.%#0ROJECTOR5SER3UPPORTWAREvmh0##ONTROL5TILITY0ROvm
h0##ONTROL5TILITY0ROv
./4%
s &ORTHE3CHEDULEFUNCTIONOFTHE0##ONTROLUTILITY0ROTOWORKYOUMUSTHAVEYOURCOMPUTERRUNNINGANDNOTINSTANDBY
SLEEPMODE3ELECTh0OWER/PTIONSvFROMTHEh#ONTROL0ANELvIN7INDOWSANDDISABLEITSSTANDBYSLEEPMODEBEFORERUNNINGTHE
SCHEDULER
;%XAMPLE=&OR7INDOWS
3ELECTh#ONTROL0ANELvmh3YSTEMAND3ECURITYvmh0OWER/PTIONSvmh#HANGEWHENTHECOMPUTERSLEEPSvmh0UTTHECOMPUTER
TOSLEEPvmh.EVERv
./4%
s 7HEN;0/7%23!6).'=ISSELECTEDFOR;34!.$"9-/$%=FROMTHEMENUTHEPROJECTORCANNOTBETURNEDONVIATHENETWORK
WIRED,!.WIRELESS,!.CONNECTION
7HEN;.%47/2+34!.$"9=ISSELECTEDFOR;34!.$"9-/$%=THEPROJECTORCANNOTBETURNEDONVIAWIRELESS,!.CONNECTION
4)0
6IEWINGTHE(ELPOF0##ONTROL5TILITY0RO
s $ISPLAYINGTHE(ELPlLEOF0##ONTROL5TILITY0ROWHILEITISRUNNING
Click “Help (H)” m “Help (H) …” of window of PC Control Utility Pro 4 in this order.
The pop-up menu will be displayed.
s $ISPLAYINGTHEHELPlLEUSINGTHE3TART-ENU
Click “Start” m “All programs” or “Programs” m “NEC Projector User Supportware” m “PC Control Utility Pro 4” m
“PC Control Utility Pro 4 Help”.
The Help screen will be displayed.
9. Appendix
Throw distance and screen size
&IVESEPARATEBAYONETSTYLELENSESCANBEUSEDONTHISPROJECTOR2EFERTOTHEINFORMATIONONTHISPAGEANDUSEA
LENSSUITEDFORTHEINSTALLATIONENVIRONMENTSCREENSIZEANDTHROWDISTANCE&ORINSTRUCTIONSONMOUNTINGTHELENS
SEEPAGE1.
Lens types and throw distance
PA722X/PA721X/PA622X/PA621X
3CREENSIZE
.0&,
0.6
1.0
1.3
1.6
2.0
2.5
.0:,
12.3 - 16.0
,ENSMODELNAME
.0:,
.0:,
.0:,
1.8 - 3.7
3.0 - 6.1
6.1 - 12.3
3.6 - 5.8
7.3 - 11.7
5.7 - 8.7
7.6 - 11.6
11.5 - 17.6
23.2 - 35.3
4)0
#ALCULATIONOFTHETHROWDISTANCEFROMTHESCREENSIZE
.0&,LENSTHROWDISTANCEM(¾MMINTOMMAX
.0:,LENSTHROWDISTANCEM(¾TO(¾MMINTOMMAX
.0:,LENSTHROWDISTANCEM(¾TO(¾MMINTOMMAX
.0:,LENSTHROWDISTANCEM(¾TO(¾MMINTOMMAX
.0:,LENSTHROWDISTANCEM(¾TO(¾MMINTOMMAX
h(v(ORIZONTALREFERSTOTHESCREENWIDTH
&IGURESDIFFERBYSEVERALWITHTHETABLEABOVEBECAUSETHECALCULATIONISAPPROXIMATE
%X4HROWDISTANCEWHENPROJECTINGONASCREENWITHTHE0!80!80!80!8USINGTHE.0:,LENS
!CCORDINGTOTHEh3CREEN3IZEFORREFERENCEvTABLEmPAGE4(SCREENWIDTHCM
4HETHROWDISTANCEISCM¾TOCM¾CMTOCMBECAUSEOFTHEZOOMLENS
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9. Appendix
PA672W/PA671W/PA572W/PA571W
3CREENSIZE
.0&,
0.7
1.0
1.7
2.1
2.6
.0:,
0.7 - 1.0
1.0 - 1.3
1.5 - 2.0
2.0 - 2.6
2.5 - 3.3
3.8 - 5.0
5.1 - 6.7
6.2 - 8.0
7.7 - 10.1
,ENSMODELNAME
.0:,
.0:,
.0:,
1.3 - 2.5
2.6 - 5.1
7.8 - 15.5
3.8 - 6.1
5.1 - 8.2
6.3 - 10.2
7.6 - 12.3
12.8 - 20.6
32.2 - 51.7
8.0 - 12.2
12.1 - 18.5
15.2 - 23.1
51.0 - 77.6
4)0
#ALCULATIONOFTHETHROWDISTANCEFROMTHESCREENSIZE
.0&,LENSTHROWDISTANCEM(¾MMINTOMMAX
.0:,LENSTHROWDISTANCEM(¾TO(¾MMINTOMMAX
.0:,LENSTHROWDISTANCEM(¾TO(¾MMINTOMMAX
.0:,LENSTHROWDISTANCEM(¾TO(¾MMINTOMMAX
.0:,LENSTHROWDISTANCEM(¾TO(¾MMINTOMMAX
h(v(ORIZONTALREFERSTOTHESCREENWIDTH
&IGURESDIFFERBYSEVERALWITHTHETABLEABOVEBECAUSETHECALCULATIONISAPPROXIMATE
%X4HROWDISTANCEWHENPROJECTINGONASCREENWITHTHE0!70!70!70!7USINGTHE.0:,LENS
!CCORDINGTOTHEh3CREEN3IZEFORREFERENCEvTABLEmPAGE4(SCREENWIDTHCM
4HETHROWDISTANCEISCM¾TOCM¾CMTOCMBECAUSEOFTHEZOOMLENS
PA622U/PA621U/PA522U/PA521U
3CREENSIZE
.0&,
0.7
1.0
1.7
2.1
2.6
.0:,
1.0 - 1.3
2.0 - 2.6
2.5 - 3.3
5.1 - 6.6
10.2 - 13.2
12.7 - 16.5
,ENSMODELNAME
.0:,
.0:,
.0:,
1.2 - 2.5
2.5 - 5.1
3.2 - 6.3
6.6 - 12.7
7.6 - 15.3
12.8 - 25.5
3.7 - 6.0
5.0 - 8.0
6.3 - 10.1
7.5 - 12.1
12.6 - 20.3
20.0 - 30.5
4)0
#ALCULATIONOFTHETHROWDISTANCEFROMTHESCREENSIZE
.0&,LENSTHROWDISTANCEM(¾MMINTOMMAX
.0:,LENSTHROWDISTANCEM(¾TO(¾MMINTOMMAX
.0:,LENSTHROWDISTANCEM(¾TO(¾MMINTOMMAX
.0:,LENSTHROWDISTANCEM(¾TO(¾MMINTOMMAX
.0:,LENSTHROWDISTANCEM(¾TO(¾MMINTOMMAX
h(v(ORIZONTALREFERSTOTHESCREENWIDTH
&IGURESDIFFERBYSEVERALWITHTHETABLEABOVEBECAUSETHECALCULATIONISAPPROXIMATE
%X4HROWDISTANCEWHENPROJECTINGONASCREENWITHTHE0!50!50!50!5USINGTHE.0:,LENS
!CCORDINGTOTHEh3CREEN3IZEFORREFERENCEvTABLEmPAGE4(SCREENWIDTHCM
4HETHROWDISTANCEISCM¾TOCM¾CMTOCMBECAUSEOFTHEZOOMLENS
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9. Appendix
0ROJECTIONRANGEFORTHEDIFFERENTLENSES
PA622U/PA621U/PA522U/PA521U: 0.7–2.6 m
PA672W/PA671W/PA572W/PA571W: 0.7–2.6 m
PA722X/PA721X/PA622X/PA621X: 0.6–2.5 m
NP11FL
NP30ZL
PA622U/PA621U/PA522U/PA521U: 1.0–11.3 m
PA672W/PA671W/PA572W/PA571W: 1.0–11.3 m
PA722X/PA721X/PA622X/PA621X: 1.0–10.9 m
NP12ZL
PA622U/PA621U/PA522U/PA521U: 1.0–11.3 m
PA672W/PA671W/PA572W/PA571W: 1.0–11.3 m
PA722X/PA721X/PA622X/PA621X: 1.0–10.9 m
40-150"
60-500"
40-500"
60-500"
30-500"
NP13ZL
NP14ZL
NP14ZL
PA622U/PA621U/PA522U/PA521U: 1.2–31.9 m
PA672W/PA671W/PA572W/PA571W: 1.2–32.1 m
PA722X/PA721X/PA622X/PA621X: 1.2–30.8 m
PA622U/PA621U/PA522U/PA521U: 3.7–50.9 m
PA672W/PA671W/PA572W/PA571W: 3.7–51.2 m
PA722X/PA721X/PA622X/PA621X: 3.6–49.2 m
PA622U/PA621U/PA522U/PA521U: 5.9–76.4 m
PA672W/PA671W/PA572W/PA571W: 5.9–76.9 m
PA722X/PA721X/PA622X/PA621X: 5.7–73.8 m
189
60-500"
9. Appendix
Tables of screen sizes and dimensions
PA722X/PA721X/PA622X/PA621X
3IZE
INCHES
Screen
height
4:3 screen size
(diagonal)
Screen width
3CREENWIDTH
3CREENHEIGHT
INCHES
CM
INCHES
CM
32
80
120
160
320
61.0
81.3
162.6
203.2
812.8
1016.0
18
36
60
72
120
180
300
61.0
228.6
365.8
762.0
30
60
80
100
120
150
200
300
500
PA672W/PA671W/PA572W/PA571W/PA622U/PA621U/PA522U/PA521U
Screen
height
16:10 screen size
(diagonal)
Screen width
3IZE
INCHES
3CREENWIDTH
3CREENHEIGHT
INCHES
CM
INCHES
CM
67.8
101.8
127.2
203.5
86.2
172.3
258.5
323.1
861.6
1077.0
21.2
31.8
53.0
63.6
106.0
127.2
212.0
265.0
53.8
80.8
107.7
161.5
323.1
538.5
673.1
30
60
80
100
120
150
200
300
500
9. Appendix
Lens shifting range
4HISPROJECTORISEQUIPPEDWITHALENSSHIFTFUNCTIONFORADJUSTINGTHEPOSITIONOFTHEPROJECTEDIMAGEBYTURNINGTHELENS
SHIFTDIALS4HELENSCANBESHIFTEDWITHINTHERANGESHOWNBELOW
$ESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS6 INDICATES VERTICAL HEIGHT OF THE PROJECTED IMAGE ( INDICATES HORIZONTAL WIDTH OF THE
PROJECTEDIMAGE
./4%4HELENSSHIFTFUNCTIONCANNOTBEUSEDWHENUSINGTHE.0&,LENS
0!80!80!80!8
Width of projected image
$ESKFRONTPROJECTION
0.5V
1V
Height of projected
image
0.1V
0.3H
0.1H
0.1H
1H
0.3H
#EILINGFRONTPROJECTOR
1H
0.3H
0.1H
0.1V
0.3H
0.1H
Height of projected
image
1V
0.5V
Width of projected image
0!70!70!70!7
Width of projected image
$ESKFRONTPROJECTION
0.6V
1V
Height of projected
image
0.1H
0.1V
0.3H
191
0.1H
1H
0.3H
9. Appendix
#EILINGFRONTPROJECTOR
0.3H
0.3H
1H
0.1H
0.1V
0.1H
Height of projected
image
1V
0.6V
Width of projected image
0!50!50!50!5
Width of projected image
$ESKFRONTPROJECTION
0.5V
1V
Height of projected
image
0.1V
0.1H
0.1H
0.3H*1
1H
0.3H*1
0.3H*1
1H
0.3H*1
#EILINGFRONTPROJECTOR
0.1V
0.1H
0.1H
Height of projected
image
1V
0.5V
Width of projected image
NOTE*1(ORIZONTALLENSSHIFTRANGEIS(ATMORETHANPROJECTEDIMAGEWITHTHELENS.0:,
%X7HENPROJECTINGONASCREEN
4HISSECTIONISILLUSTRATEDINTHEEXAMPLEFOR0!80!80!80!8
s4HEFOLLOWINGDESCRIPTIONCANAPPLYTOTHE0!70!70!70!70!50!50!50!5
4O CALCULATE USE SCREEN SIZES AND THE MAXIMUM VALUE FOR THE LENS SHIFT FOR 0!70!70!7
PA571W/PA622U/PA621U/PA522U/PA521U.
!CCORDINGTOTHETABLESOFSCREENSIZESANDDIMENSIONSmPAGE20(CM6CM
!DJUSTMENTRANGEINTHEVERTICALDIRECTION4HEPROJECTEDIMAGECANBEMOVEDUPWARDS¾CMCM
DOWNWARDS¾CMCMWHENTHELENSISATTHECENTERPOSITION&ORACEILINGFRONTINSTALLATIONTHEABOVE
lGURESAREINVERTED
!DJUSTMENTRANGEINTHEHORIZONTALDIRECTION4HEPROJECTEDIMAGECANBEMOVEDTOTHELEFT¾CMCM
TOTHERIGHT¾CMCM
&IGURESDIFFERBYSEVERALBECAUSETHECALCULATIONISAPPROXIMATE
192
9. Appendix
Compatible Input Signal List
Analog Computer Signal
3IGNAL
6'!
36'!
8'!
8'!
78'!
1UAD6'!
38'!
38'!
78'!
78'!
58'!
738'!
758'!
+
&ULL($
-!#
-!#
-!#
-!#
-!#
2ESOLUTIONDOTS
¾ 800 ¾ 600
¾ 768
1152 ¾ 1280 ¾ 768
1280 ¾ 800
1360 ¾ 768
1366 ¾ 768
1280 ¾ 1280 ¾ ¾ 1050
¾ 1600 ¾ 1600 ¾ 1200
1680 ¾ 1050
¾ 1200
¾ 1080
¾ 1080
¾ 832 ¾ ¾ 768
1152 ¾ 870
1280 ¾ 1
2
2
5
5
3
3
3
6
!SPECT2ATIO
3
3
3
3
15 16 10
16 16 3
5 3
16 10
16 3
16 10
16 10
17 16 3
3
3
3 5 2EFRESH2ATE(Z
I-AC
I-AC
I-AC
60/70/75/85
60
60
60
60
60/75/85
60/75/85
60/75
60
60
60/65/70/75
60
2EDUCED"LANKING
60
60
67
75
75
75
65
!SPECT2ATIO
16 16 16 2EFRESH2ATE(Z
50/60
50/60
60
50
60
50
Component
3IGNAL
($46P
($46I
($46P
3$46P
3$46P
3$46I
3$46I
2ESOLUTIONDOTS
¾ 1080
¾ 1080
1280 ¾ 720
720 ¾ 720 ¾ 576
720 ¾ 720 ¾ 576
#OMPOSITE6IDEO36IDEO
3IGNAL
.43#
0!,
0!,
3%#!-
!SPECT2ATIO
3
3
3
3
2EFRESH2ATE(Z
60
50
60
50
193
9. Appendix
HDMI
3IGNAL
6'!
36'!
8'!
($
78'!
1UAD6'!
38'!
38'!
78'!
78'!
738'!
58'!
&ULL($
758'!
+
18'!
I0AD
71($
I-AC
718'!
+
($46P
($46I
($46P
3$46P
3$46P
3$46I
3$46I
2ESOLUTIONDOTS
¾ 800 ¾ 600
¾ 768
1280 ¾ 720
1280 ¾ 768
1280 ¾ 800
1366 ¾ 768
1280 ¾ 1280 ¾ ¾ 1050
¾ 1600 ¾ 1680 ¾ 1050
1600 ¾ 1200
¾ 1080
¾ 1200
¾ 1080
1
2
2
2
5
3
3
3
!SPECT2ATIO
3
3
3
16 15 16 10
16 3
5 3
16 10
16 16 10
3
16 16 10
17 2EFRESH2ATE(Z
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
¾ 1536
3
60
¾ 1728
3
60
2560 ¾ 16 60
2560
1280
720
720
16 10
16 17 16 16 16 2EDUCED"LANKING
50/60
60
50
60
50
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
1600
2160
2160
1080
1080
720
576
576
HDMI 3D
3IGNAL2ESOLUTIONDOTS
2EFRESH2ATE(Z
!SPECT2ATIO
¾ P
25
50
50
16 ¾ I
50
¾ P
$&ORMAT
&RAM0AKING
3IDE"Y3IDE
4OPAND"OTTOM
3IDE"Y3IDE
4OPAND"OTTOM
3IDE"Y3IDE
4OPAND"OTTOM
3IDE"Y3IDE
4OPAND"OTTOM
4OPAND"OTTOM
3IDE"Y3IDE
4OPAND"OTTOM
3IDE"Y3IDE
&RAM0AKING
3IDE"Y3IDE
4OPAND"OTTOM
&RAM0AKING
3IDE"Y3IDE
4OPAND"OTTOM
9. Appendix
DisplayPort
3IGNAL
6'!
36'!
8'!
($
78'!
1UAD6'!
38'!
38'!
78'!
78'!
738'!
58'!
&ULL($
758'!
+
18'!
I0AD
71($
I-AC
718'!
+
($46P
($46P
3$46P
3$46P
2ESOLUTIONDOTS
¾ 800 ¾ 600
¾ 768
1280 ¾ 720
1280 ¾ 768
1280 ¾ 800
1366 ¾ 768
1280 ¾ 1280 ¾ ¾ 1050
¾ 1600 ¾ 1680 ¾ 1050
1600 ¾ 1200
¾ 1080
¾ 1200
¾ 1080
1
2
2
2
5
3
3
3
!SPECT2ATIO
3
3
3
16 15 16 10
16 3
5 3
16 10
16 16 10
3
16 16 10
17 2EFRESH2ATE(Z
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
2EDUCED"LANKING
60
¾ 1536
3
60
¾ 1728
3
60
2560 ¾ 16 60
2560
1280
720
720
16 10
16 17 16 16 2EDUCED"LANKING
50/60
60
50
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
1600
2160
2160
1080
720
576
DisplayPort 3D
3IGNAL2ESOLUTIONDOTS
2EFRESH2ATE(Z
!SPECT2ATIO
25
¾ P
50
100
120
50
16 ¾ I
50
¾ P
100
120
$&ORMAT
&RAM0AKING
3IDE"Y3IDE
4OPAND"OTTOM
3IDE"Y3IDE
4OPAND"OTTOM
3IDE"Y3IDE
4OPAND"OTTOM
3IDE"Y3IDE
4OPAND"OTTOM
&RAME3EQUENTIAL
&RAME3EQUENTIAL
4OPAND"OTTOM
3IDE"Y3IDE
4OPAND"OTTOM
3IDE"Y3IDE
&RAM0AKING
3IDE"Y3IDE
4OPAND"OTTOM
&RAME3EQUENTIAL
&RAM0AKING
3IDE"Y3IDE
4OPAND"OTTOM
&RAME3EQUENTIAL
.ATIVERESOLUTIONON8'!MODEL0!80!80!80!8
.ATIVERESOLUTIONON78'!MODEL0!70!70!70!7
.ATIVERESOLUTIONON758'!MODEL0!50!50!50!5
!PPROXIMATE6ALUE
4HEPROJECTORMAYFAILTODISPLAYTHESESIGNALSCORRECTLYWHEN;!54/=ISSELECTEDFOR;!30%#42!4)/=INTHEONSCREENMENU
4HEFACTORYDEFAULTIS;!54/=FOR;!30%#42!4)/=4ODISPLAYTHESESIGNALSSELECT;=FOR;!30%#42!4)/=
4HEPROJECTORMAYFAILTODISPLAYTHESESIGNALSCORRECTLYWHEN;!54/=ISSELECTEDFOR;!30%#42!4)/=INTHEONSCREENMENU
4HEFACTORYDEFAULTIS;!54/=FOR;!30%#42!4)/=4ODISPLAYTHESESIGNALSSELECT;=FOR;!30%#42!4)/=
s 3IGNALSEXCEEDINGTHEPROJECTORSRESOLUTIONAREHANDLEDWITH!DVANCED!CCU"LEND
s 7ITH!DVANCED!CCU"LENDTHESIZEOFCHARACTERSANDRULEDLINESMAYBEUNEVENANDCOLORSMAYBEBLURRED
s 5PONSHIPMENTTHEPROJECTORISSETFORSIGNALSWITHSTANDARDDISPLAYRESOLUTIONSANDFREQUENCIESBUTADJUSTMENTSMAYBEREQUIRED
DEPENDINGONTHETYPEOFCOMPUTER
195
9. Appendix
Specifications
-ODELNAME
-ETHOD
3PECIlCATIONSOFMAINPARTS
,IQUIDCRYSTAL
3IZE
PANEL
0IXELS
0ROJECTIONLENSES
:OOM
&OCUS
,ENSSHIFTING
,IGHTSOURCE
/PTICALDEVICE
,IGHTOUTPUT
%#//&&
%#//.
#ONTRASTRATIO
ALLWHITEALLBLACK
3CREENSIZETHROWDISTANCE
#OLORREPRODUCIBILITY
!UDIOOUTPUT
3CANNINGFREQUENCY
(ORIZONTAL
6ERTICAL
-AINADJUSTMENTFUNCTIONS
-AXDISPLAYRESOLUTIONHORIZONTAL¾
VERTICAL
)NPUTSIGNALS
2'"(6
#OMPOSITEVIDEO
36IDEO
#OMPONENT
!UDIO
)NPUTOUTPUTCONNECTORS
PA722X/PA721X/PA622X/PA621X/PA672W/PA671W/PA572W/PA571W/PA622U/
PA621U/PA522U/PA521U
4HREEPRIMARYCOLORLIQUIDCRYSTALSHUTTERPROJECTIONMETHOD
0!80!80!80!8WITH-,!¾ASPECTRATIO
0!70!70!70!7WITH-,!¾ASPECTRATIO
0!50!50!50!5WITH-,!¾ASPECTRATIO
PA722X/PA721X/PA622X/PA621XDOTS¾LINES
0!70!70!70!7DOTS¾LINES
0!50!50!50!5DOTS¾LINES
-ANUALZOOMRANGEDEPENDSONLENS
-ANUAL
-ANUAL
0!80!80!70!70!50!57
0!80!80!70!70!50!57
7WHEN%COMODEISON
/PTICALISOLATIONBYDICHROICMIRRORCOMBININGBYDICHROICPRISM
0!80!8LM
0!70!7LM
0!50!50!80!8LM
0!70!70!50!5LM
0!80!8LM
0!70!7LM
0!50!50!80!8LM
0!70!70!50!5LM
WITH)RIS
WITH)RISON0!80!70!5
TOTHROWDISTANCEDEPENDSONLENS
BITCOLORPROCESSINGAPPROXBILLIONCOLORS
"UILTIN7MONAURALSPEAKER
TOK(ZORLESSK(ZORGREATERFOR2'"INPUTSCONFORMINGTO6%3!
STANDARDS
TO(ZTO(ZFOR($-)INPUTSCONFORMINGTO6%3!STANDARDS
-ANUALZOOMMANUALFOCUSMANUALLENSSHIFTINPUTSIGNALSWITCHING#OMPUTER
($-)$ISPLAY0ORT6IDEO36IDEO6IEWER.ETWORKAUTOIMAGEADJUSTMENTPICTURE
ENLARGINGPICTUREPOSITIONADJUSTMENTMUTINGBOTHVIDEOANDAUDIOPOWERONOFF
ONSCREENDISPLAYSELECTIONETC
!NALOG¾HANDLEDWITH!DVANCED!CCU"LEND
$IGITAL¾HANDLEDWITH!DVANCED!CCU"LEND
2'"6PP7
96PP7WITH.EGATIVE0OLARITY3YNC
#B#R0B0R6PP7
(63YNC6PP44,
#OMPOSITE3YNC6PP44,
3YNCON'6PP7WITH3YNC
6PP7
96PP7
#6PP7
96PP7WITH3YNC
#B#R0B0R6PP7
$46IPPIP(Z
IPPI(Z
$6$0ROGRESSIVESIGNAL(Z
6RMSK7ORGREATER
9. Appendix
-ODELNAME
#OMPUTER
#OMPONENT
($-)
6IDEOINPUT
6IDEOOUTPUT
!UDIOINPUT
!UDIOOUTPUT
6IDEOINPUT
!UDIOINPUT
$ISPLAY0ORT
6IDEOINPUT
!UDIOINPUT
".##6
6IDEOINPUT
!UDIOINPUT
".#9#
6IDEOINPUT
!UDIOINPUT
0#CONTROLCONNECTOR
53"PORT
53"PORTFORWIRELESS,!.
%THERNET($"ASE4PORT
2EMOTECONNECTOR
5SAGEENVIRONMENT
0OWERSUPPLY
0OWER
%COMODEOFF
CONSUMPTION
%COMODEON
3TANDBY
0OWERSAVINGMODE
2ATEDINPUTCURRENT
%XTERNALDIMENSIONS
7EIGHT
PA722X/PA721X/PA622X/PA621X/PA672W/PA671W/PA572W/PA571W/PA622U/
PA621U/PA522U/PA521U
-INI$3UBPIN¾".#CONNECTOR¾5
-INI$3UBPIN¾
3TEREOMINIJACK¾
3TEREOMINIJACK¾COMMONFORALLSIGNALS
($-)®#ONNECTORTYPE!¾
$EEP#OLORCOLORDEPTHBITCOMPATIBLE
#OLORIMETRY2'"9CB#RAND9CB#RCOMPATIBLE
,IP3YNCCOMPATIBLE($#0COMPATIBLE
($-) 3AMPLINGFREQUENCYnK(Z
3AMPLINGBITSnBITS
$ISPLAY0ORT¾
$ATARATE'BPS'BPS
.OLANESLANELANESLANES
#OLORDEPTHBITBITBIT
#OLORIMETRY2'"9CB#RAND9CB#RCOMPATIBLE
($#0COMPATIBLE
$ISPLAY0ORT 3AMPLINGFREQUENCYnK(Z
3AMPLINGBITSnBITS
".#¾
2#!2#!,2¾
".#¾
#OMMONWITHVIDEOAUDIOINPUTCONNECTOR
$3UBPIN¾
53"TYPE!¾
53"TYPE!¾
2*¾"!3%4"!3%48
3TEREOMINIJACK¾
/PERATINGTEMPERATURETOŽ#
/PERATINGHUMIDITYTOWITHNOCONDENSATION
3TORAGETEMPERATURETOŽ#
3TORAGEHUMIDITYTOWITHNOCONDENSATION
6!#(Z
0!80!80!80!80!70!70!70!77
676
0!50!50!50!57676
0!80!80!80!80!70!70!70!77
676
0!50!50!50!57676
7676
7IN.ETWORKSTANDBYMODE
0.2W
0!80!80!70!70!50!5!
0!80!80!50!50!70!7!
WIDTH¾HEIGHT¾DEPTHWIDTH¾HEIGHT¾DEPTH
MMNOTINCLUDINGPROTRUDINGPARTS
LBSKG
NOTINCLUDINGLENS
%FFECTIVEPIXELSAREMORETHAN
4HISISTHELIGHTOUTPUTVALUELUMENSWHENTHE;02%3%4=MODEISSETTO;()'("2)'(4=)FANYOTHERMODEISSELECTEDASTHE
;02%3%4=MODETHELIGHTOUTPUTVALUEMAYDROPSLIGHTLY
#OMPLIANCEWITH)3/
&ULLCOLORAPPROXMILLIONCOLORSORGREATERWHENTHE($-)$ISPLAY0ORTVIEWERORNETWORKINPUTCONNECTORISSELECTED
($-)®$EEP#OLOR,IP3YNCWITH($#0
7HATIS($#0($#0TECHNOLOGY
($#0ISANACRONYMFOR(IGHBANDWIDTH$IGITAL#ONTENT0ROTECTION(IGHBANDWIDTH$IGITAL#ONTENT0ROTECTION($#0ISASYSTEM
FORPREVENTINGILLEGALCOPYINGOFVIDEODATASENTOVERA(IGH$ElNITION-ULTIMEDIA)NTERFACE($-)
)FYOUAREUNABLETOVIEWMATERIALVIATHE($-)INPUTTHISDOESNOTNECESSARILYMEANTHEPROJECTORISNOTFUNCTIONINGPROPERLY7ITH
THEIMPLEMENTATIONOF($#0THEREMAYBECASESINWHICHCERTAINCONTENTISPROTECTEDWITH($#0ANDMIGHTNOTBEDISPLAYED
DUETOTHEDECISIONINTENTIONOFTHE($#0COMMUNITY$IGITAL#ONTENT0ROTECTION,,#
6IDEO$EEP#OLORBIT,IP3YNC
!UDIO,0#-UPTOCHSAMPLERATE+(ZSAMPLEBITBIT
TOŽ#nh&ORCEDECOMODEv
4HESESPECIlCATIONSANDTHEPRODUCTSDESIGNARESUBJECTTOCHANGEWITHOUTNOTICE
197
9. Appendix
Cabinet Dimensions
359 (14.1)
368.1 (14.5)
5NITMMINCH
499 (19.6)
142 (5.6)
Lens center
78.5 (3.1)
250 (9.8)
200 (7.9)
162 (6.4)
Lens center
Holes for ceiling mount
5NITMMINCH
198
9. Appendix
Mounting the cable cover (sold separately)
-OUNTING THE SEPARATELY SOLD CABLE COVER ON THE PROJECTOR ALLOWS YOU HIDE THE CABLES FOR A CLEANER
appearance.
CAUTION
s !FTERMOUNTINGTHECABLECOVERBESURETOFASTENUSINGTHESCREWSPROVIDED)FNOTTHECABLECOVERCOULDFALL
DAMAGINGTHECABLECOVERANDPOSSIBLYRESULTINGININJURY
s $ONOTBUNDLETHEPOWERCORDANDPLACEITUNDERTHECABLECOVER$OINGSOCOULDLEADTOlRE
s $ONOTAPPLYEXCESSIVEFORCE TOTHECABLE COVER$OINGSOCOULDDAMAGETHECABLECOVERRESULTINGINTHE
PROJECTORFALLINGORCAUSINGINJURY
Mounting
0REPARATIONS
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
./4%"ECAREFULNOTTOLETTHEPOWERCORDANDCABLESGETPINCHEDBYTHE
CABLECOVER
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.
199
2
1
9. Appendix
Pin Assignments of D-Sub COMPUTER Input Connector
Mini D-Sub 15 Pin Connector
6
11 12 13 14 15
7 8 9 10
1 2 3 4 5
3IGNAL,EVEL
6IDEOSIGNAL6PP!NALOG
3YNCSIGNAL44,LEVEL
Pin No.
1
2
3
5
6
7
8
10
11
12
13
15
2'"3IGNAL!NALOG
2ED
'REENOR3YNCON'REEN
"LUE
'ROUND
'ROUND
2ED'ROUND
'REEN'ROUND
"LUE'ROUND
.O#ONNECTION
3YNC3IGNAL'ROUND
.O#ONNECTION
"IDIRECTIONAL$!4!3$!
(ORIZONTAL3YNCOR#OMPOSITE
3YNC
6ERTICAL3YNC
$ATA#LOCK
#R
9
#B
9#B#R3IGNAL
#R'ROUND
9'ROUND
#B'ROUND
9. Appendix
Troubleshooting
4HISSECTIONHELPSYOURESOLVEPROBLEMSYOUMAYENCOUNTERWHILESETTINGUPORUSINGTHEPROJECTOR
Indicator Messages
Power Indicator
)NDICATORDISPLAY
/FF
&LASHING "LUESHORTmASHES
"LUELONGmASHES
,IT
/RANGESHORT
mASHES
/RANGELONGmASHES
"LUE
2ED
/RANGE
0ROJECTORSTATUS
0OWERISOFF
0REPARINGTOTURNPOWERON
/FFTIMERENABLED
0ROGRAMTIMEROFFTIMEENABLED
0ROJECTORCOOLING
0ROGRAMTIMERONTIMEENABLED
0OWERON
3TANDBYMODE./2-!,
3TANDBYMODE.%47/2+34!.$"9
0ROCEDURE
n
7AITAWHILE
n
7AITAWHILE
n
n
n
Status Indicator
)NDICATORDISPLAY
/FF
&LASHING 2EDCYCLES
OF
2EDCYCLES
OF
2EDCYCLES
OF
&LASHING /RANGE
,IT
'REEN
/RANGE
0ROJECTORSTATUS
.OPROBLEMOR
STANDBYMODE
0/7%23!6).'or
.%47/2+34!.$"9
#OVERPROBLEM
&ANPROBLEM
)RISERROR
.ETWORKCONmICT
0ROCEDURE
n
4HELAMPCOVERISNOTPROPERLYMOUNTED-OUNTITPROPERLYm
0AGE161
4HECOOLINGFANHASSTOPPEDTURNING#ONTACTAN.%#PROJECTOR
CUSTOMERSUPPORTCENTERFORREPAIRS
4HE IRIS IS NOT OPERATING PROPERLY #ONTACT AN .%# PROJECTOR
CUSTOMERSUPPORTCENTERFORREPAIRS
)T IS NOT POSSIBLE TO CONNECT THE PROJECTORS BUILTIN ,!. AND
WIRELESS,!.SIMULTANEOUSLYTOTHESAMENETWORK4OCONNECT
THEPROJECTORSBUILTIN,!.ANDWIRELESS,!.SIMULTANEOUSLY
CONNECTTHEMTODIFFERENTNETWORKS
n
3TANDBYMODE
./2-!,
"UTTONHASBEEN
4HEPROJECTORSKEYSARELOCKED4HESETTINGMUSTBECANCELED
PRESSEDWHILE
TOOPERATETHEPROJECTORm0AGE106
PROJECTORISINKEYLOCK
MODE
0ROJECTORS)$NUMBER #HECKTHECONTROL)$Sm0AGES106AND107
ANDREMOTECONTROLS
)$NUMBERDONOT
MATCH
9. Appendix
Lamp Indicator
)NDICATORDISPLAY
/FF
&LASHING 'REEN
2ED
,IT
0ROJECTORSTATUS
4HELAMPISTURNEDOFF
0REPARINGTORELIGHTLAMPAFTER
LIGHTINGHASFAILED
,AMPREPLACEMENTGRACE
PERIOD
2EDCYCLES
OF
,AMPDOESNOTLIGHT
2ED
,AMPUSAGETIMEEXCEEDED
'REEN
,AMPLIT
0ROCEDURE
n
7AITAWHILE
4HE LAMP HAS REACHED THE END OF ITS SERVICE LIFE AND
IS NOW IN THE REPLACEMENT GRACE PERIOD HOURS
2EPLACETHELAMPASSOONASPOSSIBLEmPAGE15
4HELAMPHASNOTTURNEDON7AITATLEASTMINUTETHEN
TURNTHEPOWERBACKON)FTHELAMPSTILLDOESNOTLIGHT
CONTACTAN.%#PROJECTORCUSTOMERSUPPORTCENTER
4HELAMPHASEXCEEDEDITSUSAGETIME4HEPROJECTORS
POWERCANNOTBETURNEDONUNTILTHELAMPISREPLACED
mPAGE15
n
Temp. Indicator
)NDICATORDISPLAY
0ROJECTORSTATUS
/FF
.OPROBLEM
&LASHING 2EDCYCLESOF 4EMPERATUREPROBLEM
,IT
/RANGE
0ROCEDURE
4HE TEMPERATURE PROTECTOR HAS BEEN ACTIVATED )F THE
ROOMTEMPERATUREISHIGHMOVETHEPROJECTORTOACOOL
PLACE )F THE PROBLEM STILL PERSISTS CONTACT AN .%#
PROJECTORCUSTOMERSUPPORTCENTER
(IGHSURROUNDINGTEMPERATURE 4HESURROUNDINGTEMPERATUREISHIGH,OWERTHEROOM
TEMPERATURE
If the temperature protector is activated
)F THE PROJECTORS INTERNAL TEMPERATURE RISES ABNORMALLY THE LAMP TURNS OFF AND THE TEMPERATURE INDICATOR mASHES
REPEATEDLYINCYCLESOF
)TMAYHAPPENTHATTHEPROJECTORSTEMPERATUREPROTECTORISSIMULTANEOUSLYACTIVATEDANDTHEPROJECTORSPOWERTURNS
OFF
)FTHISHAPPENSDOTHEFOLLOWING
5NPLUGTHEPOWERCORDFROMTHEPOWEROUTLET
)FUSINGINAPLACEWHERETHESURROUNDINGTEMPERATUREISHIGHMOVETHEPROJECTORTOADIFFERENTCOOLPLACE
)FTHEREISDUSTINTHEVENTILATIONHOLESCLEANm PAGES 155AND158
7AITASSUCHABOUTHOURFORTHEPROJECTORSINTERNALTEMPERATURETOLOWER
9. Appendix
Common Problems & Solutions
mh0OWER3TATUS,AMP)NDICATORvONPAGE21
0ROBLEM
#HECK4HESE)TEMS
Does not turn on
or shut down
s #HECKTHATTHEPOWERCORDISPLUGGEDINANDTHATTHEPOWERBUTTONONTHEPROJECTORCABINETORTHEREMOTE
control is on. (m pages 13, 14)
s %NSURETHATTHELAMPCOVERISINSTALLEDCORRECTLYm page 161)
s #HECKTOSEEIFTHEPROJECTORHASOVERHEATED)FTHEREISINSUFlCIENTVENTILATIONAROUNDTHEPROJECTORORIFTHE
room where you are presenting is particularly warm, move the projector to a cooler location.
s #HECKTOSEEIFYOUCONTINUETOUSETHEPROJECTORFORANOTHERHOURSAFTERTHELAMPHASREACHEDTHEEND
of its life. If so, replace the lamp. After replacing the lamp, reset the lamp hours used. (m page 116)
s 4HELAMPMAYFAILTOLIGHT7AITAFULLMINUTEANDTHENTURNONTHEPOWERAGAIN
s 3ET;&!.-/$%=TO;()'(!,4)45$%=WHENUSINGTHEPROJECTORATALTITUDESAPPROXIMATELYFEET
meters or higher. Using the projector at altitudes approximately 5500 feet/1600 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. (m page 108)
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
s %NSURETHATTHE;/&&4)-%2=;!54/0/7%2/&&=OR;02/'2!-4)-%2=ISOFFm page 101, 111)
No picture
s Check if the appropriate input is selected. (m page 16) If there is still no picture, press the SOURCE button
or one of the input buttons again.
s %NSUREYOURCABLESARECONNECTEDPROPERLY
s 5SEMENUSTOADJUSTTHEBRIGHTNESSANDCONTRASTm page 93)
s %NSURETHATTHELENSCOVERISOPENm page 14)
s 2ESETTHESETTINGSORADJUSTMENTSTOFACTORYPRESETLEVELSUSINGTHE;2%3%4=INTHE-ENUm page 116)
s %NTERYOURREGISTEREDKEYWORDIFTHE3ECURITYFUNCTIONISENABLEDm page 37)
s 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.
s "ESURETOCONNECTTHEPROJECTORANDNOTEBOOK0#WHILETHEPROJECTORISINSTANDBYMODEANDBEFORETURNING
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.
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Picture suddenly
becomes dark
s #HECKIFTHEPROJECTORISINTHE&ORCED%#/MODEBECAUSEOFTOOHIGHAMBIENTTEMPERATURE)FTHISISTHECASE
lower the internal temperature of the projector by selecting [HIGH] for [FAN MODE]. (m page 108)
Color tone or hue is
unusual
s #HECKIFANAPPROPRIATECOLORISSELECTEDIN;7!,,#/,/2=)FSOSELECTANAPPROPRIATEOPTIONm page
101)
s !DJUST;(5%=IN;0)#452%=m page 93)
Image isn’t square to
the screen
s 2EPOSITIONTHEPROJECTORTOIMPROVEITSANGLETOTHESCREENm page 17)
s 5SETHE+EYSTONECORRECTIONFUNCTIONTOCORRECTTHETRAPEZOIDDISTORTIONm page 22)
Picture is blurred
s !DJUSTTHEFOCUSm page 19)
s 2EPOSITIONTHEPROJECTORTOIMPROVEITSANGLETOTHESCREENm page 17)
s %NSURE THAT THE DISTANCE BETWEEN THE PROJECTOR AND SCREEN IS WITHIN THE ADJUSTMENT RANGE OF THE LENS
(m page 201)
s Has the lens been shifted by an amount exceeding the guaranteed range? (m page 205)
s #ONDENSATIONMAYFORMONTHELENSIFTHEPROJECTORISCOLDBROUGHTINTOAWARMPLACEANDISTHENTURNEDON
Should this happen, let the projector stand until there is no condensation on the lens.
9. Appendix
Flicker appears on
screen
s Set [FAN MODE] to other than [HIGH ALTITUDE] mode when using the projector at altitudes approximately 5500
feet/1600 meters or lower. Using the projector at altitudes less than approximately 5500 feet/1600 meters and setting
to [HIGH ALTITUDE] can cause the lamp to overcool, causing the image to flicker. Switch [FAN MODE] to [AUTO]. (m
page 108)
Image is scrolling
vertically, horizontally
or both
s #HECKTHECOMPUTERSRESOLUTIONANDFREQUENCY-AKESURETHATTHERESOLUTIONYOUARETRYINGTODISPLAYIS
supported by the projector. (m page 207)
s !DJUSTTHECOMPUTERIMAGEMANUALLYWITHTHE(ORIZONTAL6ERTICALINTHE;)-!'%/04)/.3=m page 95)
Remote control does
not work
s
s
s
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Indicator is lit or
blinking
s 3EETHE0/7%234!453,!-0)NDICATORm page 214)
Cross color in RGB
mode
s 0RESSTHE!54/!$*BUTTONONTHEPROJECTORCABINETORTHEREMOTECONTROLm page 24)
s !DJUSTTHECOMPUTERIMAGEMANUALLYWITH;#,/#+=;0(!3%=IN;)-!'%/04)/.3=INTHEMENUm page
94)
)NSTALLNEWBATTERIESm page 9)
-AKESURETHEREARENOOBSTACLESBETWEENYOUANDTHEPROJECTOR
3TANDWITHINFEETMOFTHEPROJECTORm page 9)
To perform computer mouse operations using the projector’s remote control, connect the optional mouse
receiver to the computer. (m page 30)
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9. Appendix
If there is no picture, or the picture is not displayed correctly.
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"ESURETOCONNECTTHEPROJECTORANDNOTEBOOK0#WHILETHEPROJECTORISINSTANDBYMODEANDBEFORETURNINGON
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)NMOSTCASESTHEOUTPUTSIGNALFROMTHENOTEBOOK0#ISNOTTURNEDONUNLESSCONNECTEDTOTHEPROJECTORBEFORE
BEINGPOWEREDUP
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THISMEANSTHEREISNOSIGNALBEINGOUTPUTFROMTHECOMPUTERmPAGE11ORGOTONEXTSTEP
s %NABLINGTHECOMPUTERSEXTERNALDISPLAY
$ISPLAYINGANIMAGEONTHENOTEBOOK0#SSCREENDOESNOTNECESSARILYMEANITOUTPUTSASIGNALTOTHEPROJECTOR
7HENUSINGA0#COMPATIBLELAPTOPACOMBINATIONOFFUNCTIONKEYSWILLENABLEDISABLETHEEXTERNALDISPLAY5SUALLYTHECOMBINATIONOFTHEh&NvKEYALONGWITHONEOFTHEFUNCTIONKEYSGETSTHEEXTERNALDISPLAYTOCOMEON
OROFF&OREXAMPLE.%#LAPTOPSUSE&N&WHILE$ELLLAPTOPSUSE&N&KEYCOMBINATIONSTOTOGGLETHROUGH
EXTERNALDISPLAYSELECTIONS
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)FTHEOUTPUTSIGNALFROMANOTEBOOK0#ISNOTANINDUSTRYSTANDARDTHEPROJECTEDIMAGEMAYNOTBEDISPLAYED
CORRECTLY3HOULDTHISHAPPENDEACTIVATETHENOTEBOOK0#S,#$SCREENWHENTHEPROJECTORDISPLAYISINUSE%ACH
NOTEBOOK0#HASADIFFERENTWAYOFDEACTIVATEREACTIVATETHELOCAL,#$SCREENSASDESCRIBEDINTHEPREVIOUSSTEP
2EFERTOYOURCOMPUTERSDOCUMENTATIONFORDETAILEDINFORMATION
s )MAGEDISPLAYEDISINCORRECTWHENUSINGA-ACINTOSH
7HENUSINGA-ACINTOSHWITHTHEPROJECTORSETTHE$)0SWITCHOFTHE-ACADAPTERNOTSUPPLIEDWITHTHEPROJECTOR
ACCORDINGTOYOURRESOLUTION!FTERSETTINGRESTARTYOUR-ACINTOSHFORTHECHANGESTOTAKEAFFECT
&ORSETTINGDISPLAYMODESOTHERTHANTHOSESUPPORTEDBYYOUR-ACINTOSHANDTHEPROJECTORCHANGINGTHE$)0SWITCH
ONA-ACADAPTERMAYBOUNCEANIMAGESLIGHTLYORMAYDISPLAYNOTHING3HOULDTHISHAPPENSETTHE$)0SWITCH
TOTHElXEDMODEANDTHENRESTARTYOUR-ACINTOSH!FTERTHATRESTORETHE$)0SWITCHESTOADISPLAYABLEMODE
ANDTHENRESTARTTHE-ACINTOSHAGAIN
./4%!6IDEO!DAPTERCABLEMANUFACTUREDBY!PPLE#OMPUTERISNEEDEDFORA0OWER"OOKWHICHDOESNOTHAVEAMINI$3UB
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s -IRRORINGONA0OWER"OOK
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ISOFFONYOUR0OWER"OOK2EFERTOOWNERSMANUALSUPPLIEDWITHYOUR-ACINTOSHCOMPUTERFORMIRRORING
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MENUANDARRANGEICONS
9. Appendix
PC Control Codes and Cable Connection
PC Control Codes
Function
Code Data
POWER ON
02H
00H
00H
00H
00H
02H
POWER OFF
02H
01H
00H
00H
00H
03H
INPUT SELECT COMPUTER 1
02H
03H
00H
00H
02H
01H
01H
09H
INPUT SELECT COMPUTER 2
02H
03H
00H
00H
02H
01H
02H
0AH
INPUT SELECT COMPUTER 3
02H
03H
00H
00H
02H
01H
03H
0BH
INPUT SELECT HDMI
02H
03H
00H
00H
02H
01H
1AH
22H
INPUT SELECT DisplayPort
02H
03H
00H
00H
02H
01H
1BH
23H
INPUT SELECT VIDEO
02H
03H
00H
00H
02H
01H
06H
0EH
INPUT SELECT S-VIDEO
02H
03H
00H
00H
02H
01H
0BH
13H
INPUT SELECT VIEWER
02H
03H
00H
00H
02H
01H
1FH
27H
INPUT SELECT NETWORK
02H
03H
00H
00H
02H
01H
20H
28H
PICTURE MUTE ON
02H
10H
00H
00H
00H
12H
PICTURE MUTE OFF
02H
11H
00H
00H
00H
13H
SOUND MUTE ON
02H
12H
00H
00H
00H
14H
SOUND MUTE OFF
02H
13H
00H
00H
00H
15H
./4%#ONTACTYOURLOCALDEALERFORAFULLLISTOFTHE0##ONTROL#ODESIFNEEDED
Cable Connection
#OMMUNICATION0ROTOCOL
Baud rate .........................................38400 bps
Data length ......................................8 bits
Parity ...............................................No parity
Stop bit ............................................One bit
X on/off ............................................None
Communications procedure.............Full duplex
./4%$EPENDINGONTHEEQUIPMENTALOWERBAUDRATEMAYBERECOMMENDEDFORLONGCABLERUNS
PC Control Connector (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
./4%0INSANDARENOUSED
./4%*UMPERh2EQUESTTO3ENDvANDh#LEARTO3ENDvTOGETHERONBOTHENDSOFTHECABLETOSIMPLIFYCABLECONNECTION
./4%&ORLONGCABLERUNSITISRECOMMENDEDTOSETCOMMUNICATIONSPEEDWITHINPROJECTORMENUSTOBPS
9. Appendix
Troubleshooting Check List
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REFERRINGTOTHEh4ROUBLESHOOTINGvSECTIONINYOURUSERSMANUAL4HISCHECKLISTBELOWWILLHELPUSSOLVEYOURPROBLEM
MOREEFlCIENTLY
0RINTTHISPAGEANDTHENEXTPAGEFORYOURCHECK
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.
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WITHONEOFTHEFUNCTIONKEYSTURNSTHEEXTERNALDISPLAY
ONOROFF
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 EXIT button
for a minimum of 10 seconds.
9. Appendix
In the space below please describe your problem in detail.
Information on application and environment where your projector is used
Installation environment
0ROJECTOR
Model number:
Screen size:
Serial No.:
Screen type:
: White matte : Beads : Polarization
: Wide angle : High contrast
Date of purchase:
Throw distance:
Lamp operating time (hours):
Eco Mode:
inch
Orientation:
: OFF : ON
feet/inch/m
: Ceiling mount : Desktop
Power outlet connection:
Information on input signal:
Horizontal synch frequency [
] kHz
: Connected directly to wall outlet
Vertical synch frequency
[
] Hz
Synch polarity
H : (+) : (−)
: 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______________)
V : (+) : (−)
Synch type
: Separate : Composite
: Sync on Green
Computer
STATUS Indicator:
Steady light
: Orange : Green
Flashing light
[
Manufacturer:
Model number:
] cycles
Remote control model number:
Notebook PC : / Desktop :
Native resolution:
Refresh rate:
Video adapter:
Other:
Projector
PC
DVD player
6IDEOEQUIPMENT
VCR, DVD player, Video camera, Video game or other
3IGNALCABLE
NEC standard or other manufacturer’s cable?
Model number:
Length:
Manufacturer:
inch/m
Model number:
Distribution amplifier
Model number:
Switcher
Model number:
Adapter
Model number:
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