Pro8510L/Pro8520WL/Pro8530HDL/ Pro8800WUL DLP Projector

Pro8510L/Pro8520WL/Pro8530HDL/
Pro8800WUL
DLP Projector
User Guide
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and using your product in a safe manner, as well as registering your product for future
service. Warranty information contained in this User Guide will describe your limited
coverage from ViewSonic Corporation, which is also found on our web site at http://
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idadosamente las instrucciones en este manual”
Model No. VS16369/VS16370/ VS16371/VS16372/
Compliance Information
FCC Statement
This device complies with part 15 of FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this
device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy, and
if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one
or more of the following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
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Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
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Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
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Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Warning:
by the party responsible for compliance could void your authority to operate the
equipment.
For Canada
CAN ICES-3 (B)/NMB-3(B)
CE Conformity for European Countries
The device complies with the EMC Directive 2014/30/EU and Low Voltage
Directive 2014/35/EU.
Following information is only for EU-member states:
The mark is in compliance with the Waste Electrical and Electronic
Equipment Directive 2012/19/EU (WEEE).
The mark indicates the requirement NOT to dispose the equipment
including any spent or discarded batteries or accumulators as unsorted
municipal waste, but use the return and collection systems available.
If the batteries, accumulators and button cells included with this equipment,
display the chemical symbol Hg, Cd, or Pb, then it means that the battery
has a heavy metal content of more than 0.0005% Mercury or more than,
0.002% Cadmium, or more than 0.004% Lead.
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Important Safety Instructions
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Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this unit near water.
Clean with a soft, dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install the unit in accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions.
8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves,
9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A
polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type
plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade and the third
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outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs.
Convenience receptacles and the point where they exit from the unit. Be sure
that the power outlet is located near the unit so that it is easily accessible.
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the manufacturer, or sold with the unit. When a cart is used, use
caution when moving the cart/unit combination to avoid injury from
tipping over.
13. Unplug this unit when unused for long periods of time.
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unit has been damaged in any way, such as: if the power-supply cord or plug is
damaged, if liquid is spilled onto or objects fall into the unit, if the unit is exposed
to rain or moisture, or if the unit does not operate normally or has been dropped.
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Declaration of RoHS2 Compliance
This product has been designed and manufactured in compliance with Directive
2011/65/EU of the European Parliament and the Council on restriction of the use
of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment (RoHS2
Directive) and is deemed to comply with the maximum concentration values issued
by the European Technical Adaptation Committee (TAC) as shown below:
Substance
Proposed Maximum
Concentration
Actual Concentration
Lead (Pb)
0.1%
< 0.1%
Mercury (Hg)
0.1%
< 0.1%
Cadmium (Cd)
0.01%
< 0.01%
Hexavalent Chromium (Cr6+)
0.1%
< 0.1%
Polybrominated biphenyls (PBB)
0.1%
< 0.1%
Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE)
0.1%
< 0.1%
Certain components of products as stated above are exempted under the Annex III
of the RoHS2 Directives as noted below:
Examples of exempted components are:
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lamps (CCFL and EEFL) for special purposes not exceeding (per lamp):
(1) Short length (≦500 mm): maximum 3.5 mg per lamp.
(2) Medium length (>500 mm and ≦1,500 mm): maximum 5 mg per lamp.
(3) Long length (>1,500 mm): maximum 13 mg per lamp.
2. Lead in glass of cathode ray tubes.
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4. Lead as an alloying element in aluminium containing up to 0.4% lead by weight.
5. Copper alloy containing up to 4% lead by weight.
6. Lead in high melting temperature type solders (i.e. lead-based alloys containing
85% by weight or more lead).
7. Electrical and electronic components containing lead in a glass or ceramic other
than dielectric ceramic in capacitors, e.g. piezoelectronic devices, or in a glass or
ceramic matrix compound.
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Pro8510L/Pro8520WL/Pro8530HDL/Pro8800WUL
ViewSonic DLP Projector
VS16369/VS16370/ VS16371/VS16372
Pro8510L/Pro8520WL/Pro8530HDL/Pro8800WUL_UG_
ENG Rev. 1C 06-01-17
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Product disposal at end of product life
The lamp in this product contains mercury which can be dangerous to you and the
environment. Please use care and dispose of in accordance with local, state or
federal laws.
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Table of contents
Important safety
instructions .......................2
Operating in a high altitude
environment ....................................... 38
Using the CEC function..................... 39
Using the 3D functions ...................... 39
Controlling the projector through
a LAN environment ........................... 40
Using the projector in standby mode. 47
Adjusting the sound ........................... 47
Shutting down the projector .............. 49
Menu operation.................................. 50
Introduction......................4
Projector features ................................. 4
Shipping contents................................. 4
Controls and functions ......................... 5
Positioning your
projector..........................10
Maintenance ...................59
Choosing a location............................ 10
Projection dimensions ........................ 11
Shifting the projection lens
vertically ............................................ 16
Care of the projector .......................... 59
Using the dust filter (optional
accessory) .......................................... 59
Lamp information .............................. 61
Connection ......................17
Troubleshooting .............64
Connecting a computer or monitor .... 19
Connecting Video source devices ...... 20
Playing sound through the projector .. 22
Using the cable management cover ... 23
Specifications ..................65
Dimensions ........................................ 65
Ceiling mount installation ................. 65
IR control table .................................. 66
RS232 command table....................... 67
Timing chart ...................................... 77
Projector specifications...................... 81
Operation ........................24
Starting up the projector..................... 24
Using the menus................................. 25
Utilizing the password function ......... 26
Switching input signal........................ 28
Adjusting the projected image ........... 29
Magnifying and searching for
details ................................................. 31
Selecting the aspect ratio ................... 32
Optimizing the image......................... 33
Setting the presentation timer ............ 36
Hiding the image................................ 37
Locking control keys.......................... 38
Creating your own startup screen....... 38
Copyright information...83
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Important safety instructions
Your projector is designed and tested to meet the latest standards for safety of information
technology equipment. However, to ensure safe use of this product, it is important that you
follow the instructions mentioned in this manual and marked on the product.
Safety Instructions
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Please read this manual before you operate your projector. Save it for future
reference.
Do not look straight at the projector lens during operation. The intense light beam
may damage your eyes.
Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
Always open the lens shutter or remove the lens cap when the projector lamp is
on.
In some countries, the line voltage is NOT stable. This projector is designed to operate
safely within a mains voltage between 100 to 240 volts AC, but could fail if power
cuts or surges of ±10 volts occur. In areas where the mains voltage may fluctuate
or cut out, it is recommended that you connect your projector through a power
stabilizer, surge protector or uninterruptible power supply (UPS).
Do not block the projection lens with any objects when the projector is under
operation as this could cause the objects to become heated and deformed or even
cause a fire. To temporarily turn off the lamp, press BLANK on the projector or
remote control.
The lamp becomes extremely hot during operation. Allow the projector to cool for
approximately 45 minutes prior to removing the lamp assembly for replacement.
Do not operate lamps beyond the rated lamp life. Excessive operation of lamps
beyond the rated life could cause them to break on rare occasions.
Never replace the lamp assembly or any electronic components unless the projector is
unplugged.
Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, or table. The product may fall,
sustaining serious damage.
Do not attempt to disassemble this projector. There are dangerous high voltages inside
which may cause death if you should come into contact with live parts. The only user
serviceable part is the lamp which has its own removable cover.
Under no circumstances should you ever undo or remove any other covers. Refer
servicing only to suitably qualified professional service personnel.
Do not place this projector in any of the following environments.
- Space that is poorly ventilated or confined. Allow at least 50 cm clearance from walls
and free flow of air around the projector.
- Locations where temperatures may become excessively high, such as the inside of a
car with all windows rolled up.
- Locations where excessive humidity, dust, or cigarette smoke may contaminate optical
components, shortening the projector's life span and darkening the picture.
- Locations near fire alarms
- Locations with an ambient temperature above 40°C / 104°F
- Locations where the altitudes are higher than 3000 m (10000 feet).
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Do not block the ventilation holes. If the ventilation holes are seriously obstructed,
overheating inside the projector may result in a fire.
- Do not place this projector on a blanket, bedding or any other soft surface.
- Do not cover this projector with a cloth or any other item.
- Do not place inflammables near the projector.
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Always place the projector on a level, horizontal surface during operation.
- Do not use if tilted at an angle of more than 10 degrees left to right, nor at angle of
more than 15 degrees front to back. Using the projector when it is not fully horizontal
may cause a malfunction of, or damage to, the lamp.
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Do not stand the projector on end vertically. Doing so may cause the projector to fall
over, causing injury or resulting in damage to the projector.
Do not step on the projector or place any objects upon it. Besides probable physical
damage to the projector, doing so may result in accidents and possible injury.
Do not place liquids near or on the projector. Liquids spilled into the projector may
cause it to fail. If the projector does become wet, disconnect it from the power
supply's wall socket and call your local service center to have the projector serviced.
This product is capable of displaying inverted pictures for ceiling mount installation.
Use only qualified ceiling mount kit for mounting the projector and ensure it is
securely installed.
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When the projector is under operation, you may sense some heated air and odor from
its ventilation grill. It is a normal phenomenon and not a product defect.
Do not use the Security bar for transporting or installation. It should be used with a
commercially available theft prevention cable.
CAUTION
Possibly hazardous optical radiation emitted from this product. Do not stare at
operating lamp. May be harmful to the eyes. Risk Group 2
Warning
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THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED.
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When installing the unit, incorporate a readily accessible disconnect device in the fixed
wiring, or connect the power plug to an easily accessible socket-outlet near the unit. If a
fault should occur during operation of the unit, operate the disconnect device to switch
the power supply off, or disconnect the power plug.
Safety instructions for ceiling mounting of the
projector
We want you to have a pleasant experience using your projector, so we need to bring this
safety matter to your attention to prevent damage to person and property.
If you intend to mount your projector on the ceiling, we strongly recommend that you use a
proper fitting projector ceiling mount kit and that you ensure it is securely and safely
installed.
If you use an inappropriate projector ceiling mount kit, there is a safety risk that the
projector may fall from the ceiling due to an improper attachment through the use of the
wrong gauge or length screws.
You can purchase a projector ceiling mount kit from the place you purchased your projector.
We recommend that you also purchase a separate security cable and attach it securely to
both the anti-theft lock slot on the projector and the base of the ceiling mount bracket. This
will perform the secondary role of restraining the projector should its attachment to the
mounting bracket become loose.
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Introduction
Projector features
The projector integrates high-performance optical engine projection and a user-friendly
design to deliver high reliability and ease of use.
Some of the features may not be available on your projector. Actual performance may vary
and subject to model specifications.
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Power saving function decreasing the power consumption of the lamp by up to 80%
when no input signal can be detected for a set period of time.
Presentation timer for better control of time during presentations
LAN Settings allowing management of projector status from a remote computer
Supports 3D display
Color Management allowing color adjustments to your liking
Less than 0.5W power consumption when power saving mode is turned on
Screen Color correction allowing projection on surfaces of several predefined colors
Quick auto search speeding up the signal detecting process
Color modes providing choices for different projection purposes
One-key auto-adjustment to display the best picture quality (only for analog signal)
Digital keystone correction and 4 corner adjustment to correct distorted images
Adjustable color management control for data/video display
Ability to display 1.07 billion colors
Multi-language On-Screen Display (OSD) menus
Switchable normal and economic modes to reduce the power consumption
Component HDTV compatibility (YPbPr)
HDMI CEC (Consumer Electronics Control) function allows synchronized power ON/
OFF operation between the projector and a CEC-compatible DVD player device
connected to the HDMI input of the projector
The apparent brightness of the projected image will vary depending on the ambient lighting
conditions, selected input signal contrast/brightness settings, and is directly proportional to
projection distance.
The lamp brightness will decline over time and may vary within the lamp manufacturers
specifications. This is normal and expected behavior.
Shipping contents
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Projector
Power Cord
Multi-language User Manual CD
Quick Start Guide
Remote Control & Batteries
VGA Cable
Cable management cover
Replacement lamp (optional)
Soft carry case (optional)
VGA-Component adapter (optional)
Dust filter (optional)
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Controls and functions
Projector
Lens shift wheel
Lamp indicator light
Focus and Zoom rings
Power indicator light
Temperature indicator light
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Power
Toggles the projector between standby
mode and Power ON.
HDMI/MHL port indicator
Lights up blue when an HDMI or MHL
device is inserted into the inner HDMI/
MHL port.
Enter
Enacts the selected On-Screen Display
(OSD) menu item.
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Displays the Corner Adj. page.
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Color Mode
Selects an available picture setup mode.
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Source
Displays the source selection bar.
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/ / / (Keystone keys)
Manually corrects distorted images
resulting from an angled projection.
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Left/ Right/ Up/ Down
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Selects the desired menu items and makes
adjustments.
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Menu
Turns on the On-Screen Display (OSD)
menu.
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Exit
Goes back to previous OSD menu, exits
and saves menu settings.
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(Help)
Displays the HELP menu by a long press
for 3 seconds.
Remote control
Power
HDMI
/MHL
VIDEO
COMP
Auto
Sync
Source
Enter
Menu
Exit
Mouse
PgUp
PgDn
Blank
Pattern
Eco
Mode
Color
Mode
Audio
Mode
To use the remote mouse control keys
(Page Up, Page Down, , and ), see
"Using the remote mouse control" on
page 8 for details.
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Power
Toggles the projector between standby
mode and Power ON.
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COMP
Selects source from Computer In
port for display.
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HDMI/MHL
Selects source from HDMI/MHL port
for display.
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VIDEO
Selects VIDEO source for display.
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Auto Sync
Automatically determines the best
picture timings for the displayed
image.
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/ / / (Keystone keys)
Manually corrects distorted images
resulting from an angled projection.
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Enter
Enacts the selected On-Screen Display
(OSD) menu item.
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Displays the Corner Adj. page.
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Menu
Turns on the On-Screen Display
(OSD) menu.
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Left/ Right/ Up/ Down
Selects the desired menu items and
makes adjustments.
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Mouse
Switches between the normal and mouse
modes.
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PgUp, PgDn, , : active after pressing
Mouse. An icon appears on the screen to
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indicate the activation of the mouse mode.
Only available when a PC input signal is
selected.
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Source
Displays the source selection bar.
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Laser
Emits visible laser pointer light for
presentation purposes.
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Exit
Exits and saves menu settings.
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(Right mouse button)
Performs the same function as the right
mouse button when the mouse mode is
activated.
PgUp (Page Up)/PgDn (Page Down)
Operates your display software program
(on a connected PC) which responds to
page up/down commands (like Microsoft
PowerPoint) when the mouse mode is
activated.
Only available when a PC input signal is
selected.
Only available when a PC input signal is
selected.
(Left mouse button)
Performs the same function as the left
mouse button when the mouse mode is
activated.
Only available when a PC input signal is
selected.
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(My Button)
Allows user to define a short cut key on
the remote control, and the function item
is selected in OSD menu.
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(Aspect Ratio)
Displays the aspect ratio selection bar.
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Pattern
Displays embedded test pattern.
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Blank
Hides the screen picture.
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(Panel Key Lock)
Activates panel key lock. To unlock the
(Mute)
Toggles the projector audio between on
and off.
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(Help)
Displays the HELP menu.
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(Zoom)
Displays the zoom bar that magnifies or
reduces the projected picture size.
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Color Mode
Selects an available picture setup mode.
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Audio Mode
Selects an audio mode.
panel keys, press
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(Volume Up)
Increases the volume level.
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(Presentation Timer)
Displays the presentation timer settings
menu.
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Eco Mode
Selects a lamp mode.
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(Volume Down)
Decreases the volume level.
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Operating the LASER pointer
The Laser Pointer is a presentation aid for professionals. It emits colored light when you
press it. The laser beam is visible. It is necessary to press and hold Laser for continuous
output.
Do not look into the laser light window or shine the laser light beam on yourself or others. See
the warning messages on the back of the remote control prior to using it.
The laser pointer is not a toy. Parents should be mindful of the dangers of laser energy and
keep this remote control out of the reach of children.
Remote control code
The projector can be assigned to 8 different remote control codes, 1 to 8. When several
adjacent projectors are in operation at the same time, switching the remote control codes
can prevent interference from other remote controls. Set the remote control code for the
projector first before changing that for the remote control.
To switch the code for the projector, select from among 1 to 8 in the SYSTEM > Remote
Control Code menu.
To switch the code for the remote control, press ID set and the number button
corresponding to the remote control code set in the projector OSD together for 5 seconds or
more. The initial code is set to 1. When the code is switched to 8, the remote control can
control every projector.
If different codes are set on the projector and remote control, there will be no response from
the remote control. When that happens, a message will display to remind you to switch the
code for the remote control.
Using the remote mouse control
The capability of operating your computer with the remote control gives you more
flexibility when delivering presentations.
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Set the input signal to a PC signal.
Press Mouse on the remote control. A cursor appears on the screen. You can press
/ / to move the cursor for indication.
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Press Mouse again to switch to the normal mode.
If you wish to use a more advanced mouse mode, follow the below steps:
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Connect the projector to your PC or notebook with a USB cable prior to using the
remote control in place of your computer’s mouse. See "Connecting a computer" on
page 19 for details.
Press Mouse to switch to the mouse mode. An icon appears on the screen to indicate
the activation of the mouse mode.
Perform the desired mouse controls on your remote control.
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To move the cursor on the screen, press
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To left-click, press
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To right-click, press
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To operate your display software program (on a connected PC) which responds to
page up/down commands (like Microsoft PowerPoint), press PgUp/PgDn.
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To return to the normal mode, press Mouse again or other keys except for the
mouse related multi-function keys.
Remote control effective range
Refer to the illustration about the location of the InfraRed (IR) remote control sensor(s). The remote control
must be held at an angle within 30 degrees perpendicular
to the projector's IR remote control sensor(s) to function
correctly. The distance between the remote control and
the sensor(s) should not exceed 8 meters (~ 26 feet).
Make sure that there are no obstacles between the remote
control and the IR sensor(s) on the projector that might
obstruct the infra-red beam.
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Replacing the remote control batteries
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To open the battery cover, turn the remote control over to view its back, press on the
finger grip on the cover and slide it down in the direction of the arrow as illustrated.
Remove any existing batteries (if necessary) and install two AAA batteries observing
the battery polarities as indicated in the base of the battery compartment. Positive (+)
goes to positive and negative (-) goes to negative.
Refit the cover by aligning it with the base and pushing it back down into position.
Stop when it clicks into place.
WARNING
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Avoid leaving the remote control and batteries in an excessive heat or humid environment
like the kitchen, bathroom, sauna, sunroom or in a closed car.
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Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the battery manufacturer.
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Dispose of the used batteries according to the manufacturer's instructions and local
environment regulations for your region.
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Never throw the batteries into a fire. There may be danger of an explosion.
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If the batteries are drained or if you will not be using the remote control for an extended
period of time, remove the batteries to avoid damage to the remote control from possible
battery leakage.
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Positioning your projector
Choosing a location
Your room layout or personal preference will dictate which installation location you select.
Take into consideration the size and position of your screen, the location of a suitable power
outlet, as well as the location and distance between the projector and the rest of your
equipment.
Your projector is designed to be installed in one of the following possible installation
locations:
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Front Table
Select this location with the projector placed near
the floor in front of the screen. This is the most
common way to position the projector for quick
setup and portability.
2.
Front Ceiling
Select this location with the projector suspended
upside-down from the ceiling in front of the screen.
Purchase the projector ceiling mount kit from your
dealer to mount your projector on the ceiling.
Set Front Ceiling in the SYSTEM > Projector
Position menu after you turn the projector on.
3.
Rear Ceiling
Select this location with the projector suspended
upside-down from the ceiling behind the screen.
Note that a special rear projection screen and the
projector ceiling mounting kit are required for this
installation location.
Set Rear Ceiling in the SYSTEM > Projector
Position menu after you turn the projector on.
4.
Rear Table
Select this location with the projector placed near
the floor behind the screen.
Note that a special rear projection screen is
required.
Set Rear Table in the SYSTEM > Projector
Position menu after you turn the projector on.
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Projection dimensions
The "screen" mentioned below refers to the projection screen usually consisting of a screen
surface and a support structure.
Please see "Projector specifications" on page 81 for the native display resolution of this
projector.
For models with a 4:3 native aspect ratio
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4:3 image on a 4:3 screen
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(b)
(e)
(a)
(f)
(d)
(c)
(c)
(d)
(f)
(b)
(e)
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4:3 image on a 16:10 screen
(a)
(b)
(e)
(a)
(f)
(d)
(c)
(c)
(d)
(f)
(b)
(e)
(e): Screen
(f): Center of lens
When the projector’s native resolution is XGA (1024 x 768) with a throw
ratio of 1.41~2.25
4:3 image on a 4:3 Screen
(a) Screen Size
(b) Projection distance [m (inch)] (c) Image height
[inch (cm)]
[cm (inch)]
min.
max.
(d) Vertical offset
[cm (inch)]
min.
max.
60
(152)
1.7
(67)
2.7
(107)
91
(36)
6.9
(2.7)
13.7
(5.4)
70
(178)
2.0
(78)
3.2
(124)
107
(42)
8.0
(3.2)
16.0
(6.3)
80
(203)
2.3
(89)
3.6
(142)
122
(48)
9.1
(3.6)
18.3
(7.2)
90
(229)
2.5
(100)
4.1
(160)
137
(54)
10.3
(4.1)
20.6
(8.1)
100
(254)
2.58
(111)
4.5
(178)
152
(60)
11.4
(4.5)
22.9
(9.0)
110
(279)
3.1
(122)
5.0
(195)
168
(66)
12.6
(5.0)
25.1
(9.9)
120
(305)
3.4
(133)
5.4
(213)
183
(72)
13.7
(5.4)
27.4
(10.8)
130
(330)
3.7
(144)
5.9
(231)
198
(78)
14.9
(5.9)
29.7
(11.7)
140
(356)
3.9
(155)
6.3
(249)
213
(84)
16.0
(6.3)
32.0
(12.6)
150
(381)
4.2
(167)
6.8
(267)
229
(90)
17.1
(6.8)
34.3
(13.5)
11
4:3 image on a 16:10 Screen
(a) Screen Size
(b) Projection distance [m (inch)] (c) Image height
[inch (cm)]
[cm (inch)]
min.
max.
(d) Vertical offset
[cm (inch)]
min.
max.
60
(152)
1.5
(59)
2.4
(94)
81
(32)
6.1
(2.4)
12.1
(4.8)
70
(178)
1.7
(69)
2.8
(110)
94
(37)
7.1
(2.8)
14.1
(5.6)
80
(203)
2.0
(78)
3.2
(126)
108
(42)
8.1
(3.2)
16.2
(6.4)
90
(229)
2.2
(88)
3.6
(141)
121
(48)
9.1
(3.6)
18.2
(7.2)
100
(254)
2.5
(98)
4.0
(157)
135
(53)
10.1
(4.0)
20.2
(7.9)
(8.7)
110
(279)
2.7
(108)
4.4
(173)
148
(58)
11.1
(4.4)
22.2
120
(305)
3.0
(118)
4.8
(188)
162
(64)
12.1
(4.8)
24.2
(9.5)
130
(330)
3.2
(128)
5.2
(204)
175
(69)
13.1
(5.2)
26.3
(10.3)
140
(356)
3.5
(137)
5.6
(220)
188
(74)
14.1
(5.6)
28.3
(11.1)
150
(381)
3.7
(147)
6.0
(235)
202
(79)
15.1
(6.0)
30.3
(11.9)
For models with a 16:10 native aspect ratio
•
16:10 image on a 16:10 screen
(a)
(b)
(e)
(a)
(f)
(d)
(c)
(c)
(d)
(f)
(b)
(e)
•
16:10 image on a 4:3 screen
(a)
(b)
(a)
(e)
(f)
(d)
(c)
(c)
(d)
(f)
(b)
(e)
(e): Screen
(f): Center of lens
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When the projector’s native resolution is WXGA (1280 x 800) with a
throw ratio of 1.12~1.8
16:10 image on a 16:10 Screen
(a) Screen Size
(b) Projection distance [m (inch)] (c) Image height
[inch (cm)]
[cm (inch)]
min.
max.
(d) Vertical offset
[cm (inch)]
min.
max.
60
(152)
1.4
(57)
2.3
(91)
81
(32)
4.0
(1.6)
6.1
70
(178)
1.7
(67)
2.7
(106)
94
(37)
4.7
(1.9)
7.1
(2.4)
(2.8)
80
(203)
1.9
(76)
3.1
(122)
108
(42)
5.4
(2.1)
8.1
(3.2)
90
(229)
2.2
(86)
3.5
(137)
121
(48)
6.1
(2.4)
9.1
(3.6)
100
(254)
2.4
(95)
3.9
(152)
135
(53)
6.7
(2.6)
10.1
(4.0)
110
(279)
2.7
(105)
4.2
(167)
148
(58)
7.4
(2.9)
11.1
(4.4)
120
(305)
2.9
(114)
4.6
(182)
162
(64)
8.1
(3.2)
12.1
(4.8)
130
(330)
3.1
(124)
5.0
(198)
175
(69)
8.8
(3.4)
13.1
(5.2)
140
(356)
3.4
(133)
5.4
(213)
188
(74)
9.4
(3.7)
14.1
(5.6)
150
(381)
3.6
(143)
5.8
(228)
202
(79)
10.1
(4.0)
15.1
(6.0)
16:10 image on a 4:3 Screen
(a) Screen Size
(b) Projection distance [m (inch)] (c) Image height
[inch (cm)]
[cm (inch)]
min.
max.
(d) Vertical offset
[cm (inch)]
min.
max.
60
(152)
1.4
(54)
2.2
(86)
76
(30)
3.8
(1.5)
5.7
70
(178)
1.6
(63)
2.6
(100)
89
(35)
4.4
(1.8)
6.7
(2.3)
(2.6)
80
(203)
1.8
(72)
2.9
(115)
102
(40)
5.1
(2.0)
7.6
(3.0)
90
(229)
2.0
(81)
3.3
(129)
114
(45)
5.7
(2.3)
8.6
(3.4)
100
(254)
2.3
(90)
3.6
(143)
127
(50)
6.4
(2.5)
9.5
(3.8)
(4.1)
110
(279)
2.5
(99)
4.0
(158)
140
(55)
7.0
(2.8)
10.5
120
(305)
2.7
(108)
4.4
(172)
152
(60)
7.6
(3.0)
11.4
(4.5)
130
(330)
3.0
(117)
4.7
(186)
165
(65)
8.3
(3.3)
12.4
(4.9)
140
(356)
3.2
(126)
5.1
(201)
178
(70)
8.9
(3.5)
13.3
(5.3)
150
(381)
3.4
(134)
5.5
(215)
191
(75)
9.5
(3.8)
14.3
(5.6)
13
When the projector’s native resolution is WUXGA (1920 x 1200) with a
throw ratio of 1.07~1.71
16:10 image on a 16:10 Screen
(a) Screen Size
(b) Projection distance [m (inch)] (c) Image height
[inch (cm)]
[cm (inch)]
min.
max.
(d) Vertical offset
[cm (inch)]
min.
max.
60
(152)
1.4
(54)
2.2
(87)
75
(29)
1.9
(0.7)
3.7
70
(178)
1.6
(63)
2.6
(101)
87
(34)
2.2
(0.9)
4.4
(1.5)
(1.7)
80
(203)
1.8
(72)
2.9
(116)
100
(39)
2.5
(1.0)
5.0
(2.0)
90
(229)
2.1
(81)
3.3
(130)
112
(44)
2.8
(1.1)
5.6
(2.2)
100
(254)
2.3
(91)
3.7
(145)
125
(49)
3.1
(1.2)
6.2
(2.5)
(2.7)
110
(279)
2.5
(100)
4.0
(159)
137
(54)
3.4
(1.3)
6.8
120
(305)
2.8
(109)
4.4
(174)
149
(59)
3.7
(1.5)
7.5
(2.9)
130
(330)
3.0
(118)
4.8
(188)
162
(64)
4.0
(1.6)
8.1
(3.2)
140
(356)
3.2
(127)
5.1
(203)
174
(69)
4.4
(1.7)
8.7
(3.4)
150
(381)
3.4
(136)
5.5
(217)
187
(74)
4.7
(1.8)
9.3
(3.7)
16:10 image on a 4:3 Screen
(a) Screen Size
(b) Projection distance [m (inch)] (c) Image height
[inch (cm)]
[cm (inch)]
min.
max.
(d) Vertical offset
[cm (inch)]
min.
max.
60
(152)
1.3
(51)
2.1
(82)
76
(30)
1.9
(0.8)
3.8
70
(178)
1.5
(60)
2.4
(96)
89
(35)
2.2
(0.9)
4.4
(1.5)
(1.8)
80
(203)
1.7
(68)
2.8
(109)
102
(40)
2.5
(1.0)
5.1
(2.0)
90
(229)
2.0
(77)
3.1
(123)
114
(45)
2.9
(1.1)
5.7
(2.3)
100
(254)
2.2
(85)
3.5
(137)
127
(50)
3.2
(1.3)
6.4
(2.5)
(2.8)
110
(279)
2.4
(94)
3.8
(150)
140
(55)
3.5
(1.4)
7.0
120
(305)
2.6
(102)
4.2
(164)
152
(60)
3.8
(1.5)
7.6
(3.0)
130
(330)
2.8
(111)
4.5
(178)
165
(65)
4.1
(1.6)
8.3
(3.3)
140
(356)
3.0
(120)
4.9
(191)
178
(70)
4.4
(1.8)
8.9
(3.5)
150
(381)
3.3
(128)
5.2
(205)
191
(75)
4.8
(1.9)
9.5
(3.8)
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For models with a 16:9 native aspect ratio
•
16:9 image on a 16:9 screen
(a)
(b)
(e)
(a)
(f)
(d)
(c)
(c)
(d)
(f)
(b)
(e)
•
16:9 image on a 4:3 screen
(a)
(b)
(a)
(e)
(f)
(d)
(c)
(c)
(d)
(f)
(b)
(e)
(e): Screen
(f): Center of lens
When the projector’s native resolution is 1080p (1920 x 1080) with a
throw ratio of 1.07~1.71
16:9 image on a 16:9 Screen
(a) Screen Size
(b) Projection distance [m (inch)] (c) Image height
[inch (cm)]
[cm (inch)]
min.
max.
(d) Vertical offset
[cm (inch)]
min.
max.
60
(152)
1.4
(56)
2.3
(90)
75
(29)
5.6
(2.2)
11.2
(4.4)
70
(178)
1.7
(65)
2.7
(104)
87
(34)
6.5
(2.6)
13.1
(5.1)
80
(203)
1.9
(75)
3.0
(119)
100
(39)
7.5
(2.9)
14.9
(5.9)
90
(229)
2.1
(84)
3.4
(134)
112
(44)
8.4
(3.3)
16.8
(6.6)
100
(254)
2.4
(93)
3.8
(149)
125
(49)
9.3
(3.7)
18.7
(7.4)
110
(279)
2.6
(103)
4.2
(164)
137
(54)
10.3
(4.0)
20.5
(8.1)
120
(305)
2.8
(112)
4.5
(179)
149
(59)
11.2
(4.4)
22.4
(8.8)
130
(330)
3.1
(121)
4.9
(194)
162
(64)
12.1
(4.8)
24.3
(9.6)
140
(356)
3.3
(131)
5.3
(209)
174
(69)
13.1
(5.1)
26.2
(10.3)
150
(381)
3.6
(140)
5.7
(224)
187
(74)
14.0
(5.5)
28.0
(11.0)
15
16:9 image on a 4:3 Screen
(a) Screen Size
(b) Projection distance [m (inch)] (c) Image height
[inch (cm)]
[cm (inch)]
min.
max.
(d) Vertical offset
[cm (inch)]
min.
max.
60
(152)
1.3
(51)
2.1
(82)
69
(27)
5.1
(2.0)
10.3
(4.1)
70
(178)
1.5
(60)
2.4
(96)
80
(32)
6.0
(2.4)
12.0
(4.7)
80
(203)
1.7
(68)
2.8
(110)
91
(36)
6.9
(2.7)
13.7
(5.4)
90
(229)
2.0
(77)
3.1
(123)
103
(41)
7.7
(3.0)
15.4
(6.1)
100
(254)
2.2
(86)
3.5
(137)
114
(45)
8.6
(3.4)
17.1
(6.8)
(7.4)
110
(279)
2.4
(94)
3.8
(151)
126
(50)
9.4
(3.7)
18.9
120
(305)
2.6
(103)
4.2
(164)
137
(54)
10.3
(4.1)
20.6
(8.1)
130
(330)
2.8
(111)
4.5
(178)
149
(59)
11.1
(4.4)
22.3
(8.8)
140
(356)
3.0
(120)
4.9
(192)
160
(63)
12.0
(4.7)
24.0
(9.5)
150
(381)
3.3
(128)
5.2
(205)
171
(68)
12.9
(5.1)
25.7
(10.1)
There is 3% tolerance among these numbers due to optical component variations. It is
recommended that if you intend to permanently install the projector, you should physically
test the projection size and distance using the actual projector in situ before you permanently
install it, so as to make allowance for this projector's optical characteristics. This will help you
determine the exact mounting position so that it best suits your installation location.
Shifting the projection lens vertically
The vertical lens shift control provides flexibility for installing your projector. It allows the
projector to be positioned slightly above or below the top level of the projected images.
Use the wheel to shift the projection lens upwards or downwards within the allowable range
depending on your desired image position.
To use the lens shift wheel:
Turn the wheel to adjust the projected image position.
Do not over-tighten the wheel.
Lens shift adjustment does not result in a degraded picture quality.
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Connection
When connecting a signal source to the projector, be sure to:
1.
2.
3.
Turn all equipment off before making any connections.
Use the correct signal cables for each source.
Ensure the cables are firmly inserted.
In the connections shown below, some cables may not be included with the projector (see
"Shipping contents" on page 4). They are commercially available from electronics stores.
The connection illustrations below are for reference only. The connecting jacks available on
the projector vary with each projector model.
For detailed connection methods, see pages 19-21.
Below is the connection method for each connector that you may find on your projector.
HDMI
connector
LAN
connector
Mini USB
socket
RS232
HDMI cable
or
A/V device
RJ45 cable
Computer
Internet
USB cable
Computer
RS232 cable
Computer
3D
VESA
Computer
In
3D emitter cable
3D glasses
VGA cable
or
Computer
Component Video to VGA
(D-Sub) adapter cable
A/V device
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Audio
in
Audio cable
or
Computer
(for Component signal)
Audio cable
A/V device
VGA cable
Computer
Out
or
Monitor
VGA to DVI-A cable
S-Video
connector
Video
connector
Audio in
L/R
USB 5V/
2A Out
S-Video cable
A/V device
Video cable
A/V device
(for S-Video/Video signal)
Audio cable
A/V device
USB Power Charger
(This connector may be
inside the projector. Open
the cover before using.)
MHL dongle
or
HDMI/MHL
connector
HDMI dongle
IR Out
MicroUSB cable
Remote control wire
18
(shared with top IR remote
sensor and a carrier
frequency of 38KHz is
supported)
(Trigger only)
12V Out
Powered screen
Microphone
MIC
Audio Out
Speakers
Connecting a computer or monitor
Connecting a computer
1.
2.
3.
Take the supplied VGA cable and connect one end to the D-Sub output socket of the
computer.
Connect the other end of the VGA cable to the COMPUTER IN 1 or COMPUTER
IN 2 signal input socket on the projector.
If you wish to use the remote mouse control function, take a USB cable and connect
the larger end to the USB port of the computer, and smaller end to the MINI USB
socket on the projector. See "Using the remote mouse control" on page 8 for details.
Many notebooks do not turn on their external video ports when connected to a projector.
Usually a key combo like FN + F3 or CRT/LCD key turns the external display on/off. Locate a
function key labeled CRT/LCD or a function key with a monitor symbol on the notebook. Press
FN and the labeled function key simultaneously. Refer to your notebook's documentation to
find your notebook's key combination.
Connecting a monitor
If you want to view your presentation close-up on a monitor as well as on the screen, you
can connect the COMPUTER OUT signal output socket on the projector to an external
monitor with a VGA cable following the instructions below:
1.
2.
3.
Connect the projector to a computer as described in "Connecting a computer" on page
19.
Take a suitable VGA cable (only one supplied) and connect one end of the cable to the
D-Sub input socket of the video monitor.
Or if your monitor is equipped with a DVI input socket, take a VGA to DVI-A cable
and connect the DVI end of the cable to the DVI input socket of the video monitor.
Connect the other end of the cable to the COMPUTER OUT socket on the projector.
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The COMPUTER OUT output only works when COMPUTER IN 1 connection is made to the
projector in the standby mode. To use this connection method, turn on the Active VGA Out
function under the SOURCE > Standby Settings menu.
Connecting Video source devices
You can connect your projector to various Video source devices that provide any one of the
following output sockets:
• HDMI
• Component Video
• S-Video
• Video (composite)
You need only connect the projector to a Video source device using just one of the above
connecting methods, however each provides a different level of video quality. The method
you choose will most likely depend upon the availability of matching terminals on both the
projector and the Video source device as described below:
Best video quality
The best available video connection method is HDMI. If your source device is equipped
with an HDMI socket, you can enjoy uncompressed digital video quality.
See "Connecting an HDMI device" on page 21 for how to connect the projector to an HDMI
source device and other details.
If no HDMI source is available, the next best video signal is Component video (not to be
confused with composite video). Digital TV tuner and DVD players output Component
video natively, so if available on your devices, this should be your connection method of
choice in preference to (composite) video.
See "Connecting a Component Video source device" on page 21 for how to connect the
projector to a component video device.
Better video quality
The S-Video method provides a better quality analog video than standard composite Video.
If you have both composite Video and S-Video output terminals on your Video source
device, you should elect to use the S-Video option.
See "Connecting an S-Video source device" on page 21 for how to connect the projector to
an S-Video device.
Least video quality
Composite Video is an analog video and will result in a perfectly acceptable, but less than
optimal result from your projector, being the least video quality of the available methods
described here.
See "Connecting a composite Video source device" on page 22 for how to connect the
projector to a composite Video device.
Connecting audio
You can make use of the projector speaker in your presentations, and also connect separate
amplified speakers to the Audio Out socket of the projector. The audio output is controlled
by the projector Volume and Mute settings.
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Connecting an HDMI device
You should use an HDMI cable when making connection between the projector and HDMI
devices.
1.
2.
Take an HDMI cable and connect one end to the HDMI output port of the video
device.
Connect the other end of the cable to the HDMI input port on the projector.
In the unlikely event that you connect the projector to a DVD player via the projector’s HDMI
input and the projected picture displays wrong colors, please change the color space to YUV.
See "Changing HDMI input settings" on page 28 for details.
Connecting a Component Video source device
Examine your Video source device to determine if it has a set of unused Component Video
output sockets available:
•
•
1.
2.
If so, you can continue with this procedure.
If not, you will need to reassess which method you can use to connect to the device.
Take a VGA (D-Sub)-Component adaptor cable and connect the end with 3 RCA type
connectors to the Component Video output sockets of the Video source device. Match
the color of the plugs to the color of the sockets; green to green, blue to blue, and red
to red.
Connect the other end of the VGA (D-Sub)-Component adaptor cable (with a D-Sub
type connector) to the COMPUTER IN 1 or COMPUTER IN 2 socket on the
projector.
If the selected video image is not displayed after the projector is turned on and the correct
video source has been selected, check that the Video source device is turned on and
operating correctly. Also check that the signal cables have been connected correctly.
VGA-Component adapter
(ViewSonic P/N: CB-00008906)
Connecting an S-Video source device
Examine your Video source device to determine if it has an unused S-Video output socket
available:
•
•
1.
2.
If so, you can continue with this procedure.
If not, you will need to reassess which method you can use to connect to the device.
Take an S-Video cable and connect one end to the S-Video output socket of the Video
source device.
Connect the other end of the S-Video cable to the S-VIDEO socket on the projector.
If the selected video image is not displayed after the projector is turned on and the correct
video source has been selected, check that the Video source device is turned on and
operating correctly. Also check that the signal cables have been connected correctly.
If you have already made a Component Video connection between the projector and this SVideo source device using Component Video connections, you need not connect to this
device using an S-Video connection as this makes an unnecessary second connection of
poorer picture quality. See "Connecting Video source devices" on page 20 for details.
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Connecting a composite Video source device
Examine your Video source device to determine if it has a set of unused composite Video
output sockets available:
•
•
1.
2.
If so, you can continue with this procedure.
If not, you will need to reassess which method you can use to connect to the device.
Take a Video cable and connect one end to the composite Video output socket of the
Video source device.
Connect the other end of the Video cable to the VIDEO socket on the projector.
If the selected video image is not displayed after the projector is turned on and the correct
video source has been selected, check that the Video source device is turned on and
operating correctly. Also check that the signal cables have been connected correctly.
You need only connect to this device using a composite Video connection if Component Video
and S-Video inputs are unavailable for use. See "Connecting Video source devices" on page
20 for details.
Playing sound through the projector
You can make use of the projector speaker in your presentations, and also connect separate
amplified speakers to the AUDIO OUT socket of the projector.
You can also use a microphone to output the sound through the projector speaker when the
BASIC > Audio Settings > Audio In 2 menu is set to Microphone. See "Adjusting the
Audio In 2 setting" on page 48 for details.
Once connected, the audio can be controlled by the projector On-Screen Display (OSD)
menus. See "Adjusting the sound" on page 47 for details.
About the microphone input
•
•
If you wish to use a microphone, connect a 3.5 mini jack cable microphone to the
projector.
You can use a wireless microphone as long as a wireless module is attached to the
projector’s microphone input jack and it works well with the associated devices. To
ensure a quality use of the wireless microphone, it is recommended that your
microphone conforms to the specifications listed in the table below.
Signal
Parameter
Min
Type
Max
Transducer Principle
Microphone
•
Dynamic
Impedance
300
1K
ohm
Frequency response
600
16k
Hz
There are two ways to adjust microphone volumes.
•
Directly set microphone volume levels in the BASIC > Audio Settings >
Microphone Volume menu.
•
Set projector volume levels in the BASIC > Audio Settings > Audio Settings >
Audio Volume menu, or press
(Volume Up)/
(Volume Down) on the
remote control. (The projector volume setting will affect the microphone volume.)
•
•
If the microphone is not working, check the volume setting and cable connection.
You might get feedback noise from the microphone when you are too close to the
speaker of the projector. Move the microphone away from the speaker of the projector.
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The greater volume you require, the greater distance you need to be away from the
speaker to prevent the noise.
Using the cable management cover
This cable management cover helps you to conceal and organize the cables connected to the
back of the projector. It is especially useful when the projector is ceiling-mounted or wallmounted.
1.
2.
3.
Make sure that all the cables are properly
connected to the projector.
Attach the cable management cover to the
back of the projector.
Tighten the screws that secure the cable
management cover.
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Operation
Starting up the projector
1.
2.
3.
Plug the power cord into the projector and into a
wall socket. Turn on the wall socket switch
(where fitted).
(If available) Remove the lens cap.
Press Power to start the projector. As soon as
the lamp lights up, a "Power On Ring Tone" will
be heard. The Power indicator light stays blue
when the projector is on.
(If necessary) Rotate the focus ring to adjust the image clearness.
If the projector is still hot from previous activity, it will run the cooling fan for approximately 90
seconds before energizing the lamp.
To maintain the lamp life, once you turn the projector on, wait at least 5 minutes before turning
it off.
To turn off the ring tone, see "Turning off the Power On/Off Ring Tone" on page 48 for details.
4.
5.
6.
If the projector is activated for the first time, select your OSD language following the
on-screen instructions.
Switch all of the connected equipment on.
The projector will start to search for input signals. The current input signal being
scanned appears in the upper left corner of the screen. If the projector doesn't detect a
valid signal, the message 'No Signal' will continue to be displayed until an input
signal is found.
You can also press Source to select your desired input signal. See "Switching input
signal" on page 28 for details.
If the frequency/resolution of the input signal exceeds the projector's operating range, you will
see the message 'Out of Range' displayed on a blank screen. Please change to an input signal
which is compatible with the projector's resolution or set the input signal to a lower setting.
See "Timing chart" on page 77 for details.
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Using the menus
The projector is equipped with On-Screen Display (OSD) menus for making various
adjustments and settings.
The OSD screenshots below are for reference only, and may differ from the actual design.
Below is the overview of the OSD menu.
Main menu icon
Highlight
Status
Sub-menu
Go to the
previous page
or to exit.
Current input signal
To use the OSD menus, please select your language first.
1.
Press Menu to turn the OSD menu
on.
3.
Press
to highlight Language and
press Enter.
2.
Use / to highlight the
SYSTEM menu.
4.
Use / / / to select a
preferred language.
Press Menu twice* to leave and
save the settings.
5.
*The first press leads you back to the
main menu and the second press
closes the OSD menu.
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Utilizing the password function
For security purposes and to help prevent unauthorized use, the projector includes an option
for setting up password security. The password can be set through the On-Screen Display
(OSD) menu. For details of the OSD menu operation, please refer to "Using the menus" on
page 25.
You will be inconvenienced if you enable the password function yet forget the password
somehow. Do make a note of your password, and keep the note in a safe place for later recall.
Setting a password
Once a password has been set and the power on lock is enabled, the projector cannot be used
unless the correct password is entered every time the projector is started.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Open the OSD menu and go to the SYSTEM > Security Settings menu.
Press Enter and the Security Settings page is displayed.
Highlight Power On Lock and select On by pressing / .
As pictured to the right, the four arrow keys
( , , , ) respectively represent 4 digits (1,
2, 3, 4). According to the password you desire to
set, press the arrow keys to enter six digits for the
password.
Confirm the new password by re-entering the
new password.
Once the password is set, the OSD menu returns
to the Security Settings page.
To leave the OSD menu, press Exit.
If you forget the password
If the password function is activated, you will be asked
to enter the six-digit password every time you turn on
the projector. If you enter the wrong password, the
password error message as pictured to the right is
displayed lasting for 5 seconds, and the message
'INPUT PASSWORD' follows. You can retry by
entering another six-digit password, or if you did not record the password in this user
manual, and you absolutely do not remember it, you can use the password recall procedure.
See "Entering the password recall procedure" on page 27 for details.
If you enter an incorrect password 5 times in succession, the projector will automatically
shut down in a short time.
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Entering the password recall procedure
1.
2.
3.
Press and hold Auto Sync on the remote control
for 3 seconds. The projector will display a coded
number on the screen.
Write down the number and turn off your
projector.
Seek help from the local service center to decode
the number. You may be required to provide
proof of purchase documentation to verify that
you are an authorized user of the projector.
The "XXX" shown in the above screenshot are numbers
that vary depending on different projector models.
Changing the password
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Open the OSD menu and go to the SYSTEM > Security Settings > Change
Password menu.
Press Enter. The message 'INPUT CURRENT PASSWORD' is displayed.
Enter the old password.
•
If the password is correct, another message 'INPUT NEW PASSWORD' is
displayed.
•
If the password is incorrect, the password error message is displayed lasting for
5 seconds, and the message 'INPUT CURRENT PASSWORD' is displayed
for your retry. You can press Exit to cancel or try another password.
Enter a new password.
Confirm the new password by re-entering the new password.
You have successfully assigned a new password to the projector. Remember to enter
the new password next time the projector is started.
To leave the OSD menu, press Exit.
The digits being input will be displayed as asterisks on-screen. Do make a note of your
password, and then keep the note in a safe place for later recall.
Disabling the password function
1.
2.
3.
Open the OSD menu and go to the SYSTEM > Security Settings > Power On Lock
menu.
Press / to select Off.
The message 'INPUT PASSWORD' is displayed. Enter the current password.
•
If the password is correct, the OSD menu returns to the Security Settings page
with 'Off' shown in the row of Power On Lock. You will not have to enter the
password next time you turn on the projector.
•
If the password is incorrect, the password error message is displayed lasting for
5 seconds, and the message 'INPUT PASSWORD' is displayed for your retry.
You can press Exit to cancel or try another password.
Though the password function is disabled, you need to keep the old password in hand should
you ever need to re-activate the password function by entering the old password.
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Switching input signal
The projector can be connected to multiple devices at the same time. However, it can only
display one full screen at a time.
Be sure the Quick Auto Search function in the SYSTEM menu is On if you want the
projector to automatically search for the signals.
You can also manually select the desired signal by pressing one of the source selection keys
on the remote control, or cycle through the available input signals.
1.
2.
Press Source. A source selection bar is displayed.
Press / until your desired signal is selected and press Enter.
Once detected, the selected source information will be displayed on the screen for
seconds. If there are multiple devices connected to the projector, repeat steps 1-2 to
search for another signal.
Please see "Projector specifications" on page 81 for the native display resolution of this
projector. For best display picture results, you should select and use an input signal which
outputs at this resolution. Any other resolutions will be scaled by the projector depending
upon the 'aspect ratio' setting, which may cause some image distortion or loss of picture
clarity. See "Selecting the aspect ratio" on page 32 for details.
Changing HDMI input settings
In the unlikely event that you connect the projector to a device (like a DVD or Blu-ray
player) via the projector’s HDMI input and the projected picture displays wrong colors,
please change the color space to an appropriate one that fits the color space setting of the
output device.
To do this:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Open the OSD menu and go to the ADVANCED > HDMI Settings menu.
Press Enter.
Highlight HDMI Format and press / to select a suitable color space according
to the color space setting of the output device connected.
•
RGB: Sets the color space as RGB.
•
YUV: Sets the color space as YUV.
•
Auto: Sets the projector to detect the color space setting of the input signal
automatically.
Highlight HDMI Range and press / to select a suitable HDMI color range
according to the color range setting of the output device connected.
•
Enhanced: Sets the HDMI color range as 0 - 255.
•
Normal: Sets the HDMI color range as 15 - 235.
•
Auto: Sets the projector to detect the HDMI range of the input signal
automatically.
This function is only available when the HDMI input port is in use.
Refer to the documentation of the device for information on the color space and HDMI range
settings.
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Adjusting the projected image
Adjusting the projection angle
The projector is equipped with 2 adjuster foot. It
changes the image height and vertical projection
angle. Press the quick-release buttons and lift the
front of the projector. Once the image is
positioned where you want it, release the quickrelease buttons to lock the foot in position.
1
1
If the projector is not placed on a flat surface or
2
2
the screen and the projector are not perpendicular
to each other, the projected image becomes
trapezoidal. To correct this situation, see "Correcting keystone" on page 30 for details.
Do not look into the lens while the lamp is on. The strong light from the lamp may cause
damage to your eyes.
Auto-adjusting the image
In some cases, you may need to optimize the picture quality. To do this, press Auto Sync on
the remote control. Within 5 seconds, the built-in Intelligent Auto Adjustment function will
re-adjust the values of Frequency and Clock to provide the best picture quality.
The current source information will be displayed in the upper left corner of the screen for 3
seconds.
The screen will display ViewSonic logo while auto adjustment is functioning.
This function is only available when PC D-Sub input signal (analog RGB) is selected.
Fine-tuning the image clarity
1.
Adjust the projected image to the size 2.
that you need using the zoom ring.
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If necessary, sharpen the image by rotating
the focus ring.
Correcting keystone
Keystoning refers to the situation where the projected image becomes a trapezoid due to
angled projection.
To correct this, besides adjusting the height of the projector, you will need to manually
correct it following one of these steps.
• Using the remote control
1.
Press
/ / / to display the Keystone
correction page.
2.
Press
to correct keystoning at the top of
Press
/
Press /
the image. Press
to correct keystoning at
the bottom of the image. Press to correct
keystoning at the right side of the image.
Press to correct keystoning at the left side
of the image.
• Using the OSD menu
Press
/
Press
/
1.
Open the OSD menu and go to the
DISPLAY > Keystone > Manual menu.
2.
Press Enter.
3.
Press
to correct keystoning at the top of the image or press
to correct
keystoning at the bottom of the image. Press to correct keystoning at the right side
of the image. Press to correct keystoning at the left side of the image.
The projector can automatically correct vertical keystone. To do this, open the OSD menu
and go to the DISPLAY > Keystone > Auto V Keystone and press / to select On.
Adjusting 4 corners
You can manually adjusts the shape and size of an image that is unevenly rectangular on all
sides.
1.
2.
To display the Corner Adj. page, you can do
one of the followings:
i. Press Enter.
ii. Open the OSD menu and go to the
DISPLAY > Corner Adj. menu and
press Enter. The Corner Adj. page is
displayed.
Press / / / to select the corner you
wish to adjust and press Enter.
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A long press for 2 seconds on
Enter when this page displays
will reset the settings on all 4
corners.
3.
4.
Press / to select an adjustment method
that suits your need and press Enter.
As indicated on the screen ( / for a 45degree angle adjustment and / / / for
a 90-degree angle adjustment), press / /
/ to adjust its shape and size. You can
press Menu or Exit to go back to a previous
step. A long press for 2 seconds on Enter will
reset the settings on the corner that you chose.
Indicates the corner that you
selected.
Adjusting keystone will reset the Corner Adj. settings.
After the Corner Adj. settings have been modified, some aspect ratios or timings are not
available. When that happens, reset the settings on all 4 corners.
The following messages will appear:
Magnifying and searching for details
If you need to find the details on the projected picture, magnify the picture. Use the
direction arrow keys for navigating the picture.
•
1.
2.
3.
4.
Using the remote control
Press
on the remote control to display the Zoom bar.
Press
repeatedly to magnify the picture to a desired size.
To navigate the picture, press Enter to switch to the paning mode and press the
directional arrows ( , , , ) to navigate the picture.
To reduce size of the picture, you can press Auto Sync on the remote control to
restore the picture to its original size. Or you can press Enter to switch back to the
zoom in/out functionality and press .
• Using the OSD menu
1.
Open the OSD menu and go to the DISPLAY > Zoom menu.
2.
Press Enter. The Zoom bar is displayed.
3.
Repeat steps 2-4 in the section of Using the remote control above.
This adjustable range may vary depending on different aspect ratios.
The picture can only be navigated after it is magnified. You can further magnify the picture
while searching for details.
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Selecting the aspect ratio
The 'aspect ratio' is the ratio of the image width to the image height.
With the advent of digital signal processing, digital display devices like this projector can
dynamically stretch and scale the image output to a different aspect than that of the image
input signal.
To change the projected image ratio (no matter what aspect the source is):
1.
2.
3.
Open the OSD menu and go to the DISPLAY > Aspect Ratio menu.
Press Enter.
Press / to select an aspect ratio to suit the format of the video signal and your
display requirements.
About the aspect ratio
1.
Auto: Scales an image proportionally to fit the projector's native resolution in its
horizontal width. This is suitable for the incoming image which is neither in 4:3 nor
16:9 and you want to make most use of the screen without altering the image's aspect
ratio.
2.
4:3: Scales an image so that it is displayed in the center of the screen with a 4:3 aspect
ratio. This is most suitable for 4:3 images like computer monitors, standard definition
TV and 4:3 aspect DVD movies, as it displays them without aspect alteration.
3.
16:9: Scales an image so that it is displayed in the center of the screen with a 16:9
aspect ratio. This is most suitable for images which are already in a 16:9 aspect, like
high definition TV, as it displays them without aspect alteration.
4.
16:10: Scales an image so that it is displayed in the center of the screen with a 16:10
aspect ratio. This is most suitable for images which are already in a 16:10 aspect, as it
displays them without aspect alteration.
5.
Panorama: Scales a 4:3 image vertically and horizontally in a non-linear manner so
that it fills the screen.
6.
2.35:1: Scales an image so that it is displayed in the center of the screen with a 2.35:1
aspect ratio without aspect alteration.
7.
Anamorphic: Scales a 2.35:1 aspect image so that it fills the screen.
The table below demonstrates the effects of the aspect ratio settings on projectors with
different native resolutions. Please see "Projector specifications" on page 81 for the native
display resolution of your projector.
In the pictures below, the black portions are inactive areas and the white portions are active
areas. OSD menus can be displayed on those unused black areas.
Aspect ratio setting
When the native aspect ratio of your projector is...
4:3
16:9
Auto
4:3
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16:10
16:9
Not available
16:10
Not
available
Panorama
Not
available
Not available
2.35:1
Anamorphic
Not
available
Optimizing the image
Selecting a picture mode
The projector is preset with several predefined picture modes so that you can choose one to
suit your operating environment and input signal picture type.
To select an operation mode that suits your need, you can follow one of the following steps.
•
•
Press Color Mode to display the selection bar and press / to select a desired mode
or press Color Mode repeatedly.
Go to the IMAGE > Color Mode menu and press Enter. Press / to select a
desired mode.
Picture modes for different types of signals
The picture modes available for different types of signals are listed below.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Brightest mode: Maximizes the brightness of the projected image. This mode is
suitable for environments where extra-high brightness is required, such as using the
projector in well lit rooms.
Dynamic mode: Is designed for presentations under daylight environment to match
PC and notebook coloring. In addition, the projector will optimize the image quality
using the dynamic PC function in accordance with the projected contents.
Standard mode: Is designed for presentations under daylight environment to match
PC and notebook coloring.
ViewMatch sRGB mode: Switches between high brightness performance and
accurate color performance.
Movie mode: Is appropriate for playing colorful movies, video clips from digital
cameras or DVs through the PC input for best viewing in a blackened (little light)
environment.
DICOM SIM mode: Recommended for DICOM format files in simulation mode.
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DICOM SIM mode is only for training or reference. It not used for actual diagnosis.
DICOM represents for the Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine. This is a standard
created by the American College of Radiology and the National Electrical Manufacturers
Association. This standard specifies the method of digital image data to be transferred from
one system to another.
Using Screen Color
In the situation where you are projecting onto a colored surface such as a painted wall which
may not be white, the Screen Color feature can help correct the projected picture’s colors to
prevent possible color difference between the source and projected pictures.
To use this function, go to the DISPLAY > Screen Color menu and press Enter. Press /
to select a color which is closest to the color of the projection surface. There are several
precalibrated colors to choose from: Whiteboard, Greenboard, and Blackboard. The
effects of these settings may vary depending on different models.
This function is only available when a computer input signal is selected.
Fine-tuning the image quality in user modes
According to the detected signal type, there are some user-definable functions available.
You can make adjustments to these functions based on your needs.
Adjusting Brightness
Go to the IMAGE > Brightness menu and press Enter.
The higher the value, the brighter the image. And the
lower the setting, the darker the image. Adjust this
control so the black areas of the image appear just as
black and that detail in the dark areas is visible.
-30
50
+80
0
+40
Adjusting Contrast
Go to the IMAGE > Contrast menu and press Enter.
The higher the value, the greater the contrast. Use this
to set the peak white level after you have previously
adjusted the Brightness setting to suit your selected
input and viewing environment.
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Adjusting Color
Go to the IMAGE > Advanced > Color menu and press
/
.
Lower setting produces less saturated colors. If the setting is too high, colors on the image
will be overpowering, which makes the image unrealistic.
This function is only available when the input signal is S-Video, Video, YPbPr (digital) or
YCbCr (digital).
Adjusting Tint
Go to the IMAGE > Advanced > Tint menu and press
/
.
The higher the value, the more reddish the picture becomes. The lower the value, the more
greenish the picture becomes.
This function is only available when the input signal is S-Video, Video, YPbPr (digital) or
YCbCr (digital).
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Adjusting Sharpness
Go to the IMAGE > Advanced > Sharpness menu and press
/
.
The higher the value, the sharper the picture becomes. The lower the value, the softer the
picture becomes.
This function is only available when the input signal is S-Video, Video, YPbPr (digital) or
YCbCr (digital).
Adjusting Brilliant Color
Go to the IMAGE > Advanced > Brilliant Color menu and press
/
.
This feature utilizes a new color-processing algorithm and system level enhancements to
enable higher brightness while providing truer, more vibrant colors in the projected picture.
It enables a greater than 50% brightness increase in mid-tone images, which are common in
video and natural scenes, so the projector reproduces images in realistic and true colors. If
you prefer images with that quality, select a level that suits your need. If you don’t need it,
select Off.
Reducing image noise
Go to the IMAGE > Advanced > Noise Reduction menu and press
/
.
This function reduces electrical image noise caused by different media players. The higher
the setting, the less the noise.
This function is only available when a PC, Video or S-Video input signal is selected.
Selecting a gamma setting
Go to the IMAGE > Advanced > Gamma menu and select a preferred setting by pressing
/ .
Gamma refers to the relationship between input source and picture brightness.
Selecting a Color Temperature
Go to the IMAGE > Color Temp. menu and press Enter.
The options available for color temperature settings vary according to the signal type
selected.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Cool: With the highest color temperature, Cool makes the image appear the most
bluish white than other settings.
Neutral: Makes images appear bluish white.
Normal: Maintains normal colorings for white.
Warm: Makes images appear reddish white.
Setting a preferred color temperature
1.
2.
3.
Go to the IMAGE > Color Temp. menu and press Enter.
Press / to select Cool, Neutral, Normal or Warm and press Enter.
Press / to highlight the item you want to change and adjust the values by
pressing
/
.
•
Red Gain/Green Gain/Blue Gain: Adjusts the contrast levels of Red, Green,
and Blue.
•
Red Offset/Green Offset/Blue Offset: Adjusts the brightness levels of Red,
Green, and Blue.
This function is only available when a computer input signal is selected.
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Color Management
Only in permanent installations with controlled lighting levels such as boardrooms, lecture
theaters, or home theaters, should color management be considered. Color management
provides fine color control adjustment to allow for more accurate color reproduction, should
you require it.
If you have purchased a test disc which contains various color test patterns and can be used
to test the color presentation on monitors, TVs, projectors, etc., you can project any image
from the disc on the screen and enter the Color Management menu to make adjustments.
To adjust the settings:
1.
Open the OSD menu and go to the IMAGE > Advanced > Color Management
menu.
2.
Press Enter and the Color Management page is displayed.
3.
Highlight Primary Color and press / to select a color from among Red, Yellow,
Green, Cyan, Blue, or Magenta.
4.
Press
to highlight Hue and press / to select its range. Increase in the range
will include colors consisted of more proportions of its two adjacent colors.
Please refer to the illustration to the right for
how the colors relate to each other.
For example, if you select Red and set its
Yellow
range at 0, only pure red in the projected
GREEN
RED
picture will be selected. Increasing its range
will include red close to yellow and red close
to magenta.
Cyan
Magenta
5.
Press
to highlight Saturation and adjust
its values to your preference by pressing /
. Every adjustment made will reflect to the
BLUE
image immediately.
For example, if you select Red and set its
value at 0, only the saturation of pure red will
be affected.
Saturation is the amount of that color in a video picture. Lower settings produce less
saturated colors; a setting of “0” removes that color from the image entirely. If the saturation
is too high, that color will be overpowering and unrealistic.
6.
7.
8.
Press
to highlight Gain and adjust its values to your preference by pressing / .
The contrast level of the primary color you select will be affected. Every adjustment
made will reflect to the image immediately.
Repeat steps 3 to 6 for other color adjustments.
Make sure you have made all of the desired adjustments.
Setting the presentation timer
Presentation timer can indicate the presentation time on the screen to help you achieve
better time management when giving presentations. Follow these steps to utilize this
function:
•
1.
Using the remote control
Press
on the remote control and press
Period.
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repeatedly or
/
to select a Timer
2.
Press Enter or wait for 3 seconds to activate the timer.
3.
To display the Presentation Timer page, select Advanced.
• Using the OSD menu
1.
Go to the BASIC > Presentation Timer menu.
2.
Press Enter to display the Presentation Timer page.
3.
Highlight Timer Period and decide the time period by pressing / . The length of
time can be set from 1 to 5 minutes in 1-minute increments and 5 to 240 minutes in 5minute increments.
If the timer is already on, the timer will restart whenever the Timer Period is reset.
4.
Press
to highlight Timer Display and choose if you want the timer to show up on
the screen by pressing / .
Selection
Description
Displays the timer on screen throughout the presentation
Always
time.
1 min/2 min/3 min Displays the timer on screen in the last 1/2/3 minute(s).
Never
Hides the timer throughout the presentation time.
5.
Press
to highlight Timer Position and set the timer position by pressing
Top-Left
6.
8.
9.
Top-Right
.
Bottom-Right
Press
to highlight Timer Counting Direction and select your desired counting
direction by pressing / .
Selection
Count Up
Count Down
7.
Bottom-Left
/
Description
Increases from 0 to the preset time.
Decreases from the preset time to 0.
Press
to highlight Sound Reminder and decide if you want to activate sound
reminder by pressing / . If you select On, a double beep sound will be heard at
the last 30 seconds of counting down/up, and a triple beep sound will be produced
when the timer is up.
To activate the presentation timer, press
and press / to highlight Start
Counting and press Enter.
A confirmation message displays. Highlight Yes and press Enter to confirm. You will
see the message “Timer is On” displaying on the screen. The timer starts counting
when the timer is on.
To cancel the timer, perform the following steps:
1.
2.
3.
Press
on the remote control or go to the BASIC > Presentation Timer menu.
Highlight Off. Press Enter. A confirmation message displays.
Highlight Yes and press Enter to confirm. You will see the message “Timer is Off”
displaying on the screen.
Hiding the image
In order to draw the audience's full attention to the presenter, you can press BLANK to hide
the screen image. Press any key on the projector or remote control to restore the image. The
word 'BLANK' appears at the lower right corner of the screen while the image is hidden.
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You can set the blank time in the BASIC > Blank Timer menu to let the projector return
the image automatically after a period of time when there is no action taken on the blank
screen.
Once Blank is pressed, the projector enters Eco mode automatically.
CAUTION
Do not block the projection lens from projecting as this could cause the blocking object to
become heated and deformed or even cause a fire.
Locking control keys
With the control keys on the projector locked, you can prevent your projector settings from
being changed accidentally (by children, for example). When the Panel Key Lock is on, no
control keys on the projector will operate except
Power.
(Panel Key Lock), or go to the SYSTEM > Panel Key Lock menu
1.
Press
2.
3.
Press Enter and press / to select On.
A confirmation message is displayed. Select Yes to confirm.
To release panel key lock, press and hold
on the projector for 3 seconds.
You can also use the remote control to enter the SYSTEM > Panel Key Lock menu and
select Off.
Keys on the remote control are still functional when panel key lock is enabled.
If you press Power to turn off the projector without disabling panel key lock, the projector
will still be in locked status the next time it is turned on.
Creating your own startup screen
In addition to selecting the projector preset startup screen from among Black, Blue, or
ViewSonic screen, you can make your own startup screen that is a picture projected from
your computer or video source.
To create your own startup screen:
1.
Project the picture you want to use as your startup screen from either a computer or
video source.
2.
Open the OSD menu and go to the BASIC > Screen Capture menu.
3.
Press Enter.
4.
A confirmation message displays. Press Enter again.
5.
The message 'Screen Capturing...' displays while the projector is processing the
picture. Please wait.
6.
If the action is successful, you see the message 'Captured Succeeded' on the screen.
The captured picture is saved as Screen Capture and have been set as your current
startup screen.
In the unlikely event that the capturing action fails, change your target picture. When it
happens, please set the resolution of the input signal under native resolution and try again.
Operating in a high altitude environment
We recommend you use the High Altitude Mode when your environment is between 1500
m–3000 m above sea level, and temperature is between 5°C–25°C.
CAUTION
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Do not use the High Altitude Mode if your altitude is between 0 m and 1500 m and temperature
is between 5°C and 35°C. The projector will be over cooled, if you turn the mode on under
such a condition.
To activate the High Altitude Mode:
1.
Open the OSD menu and go to the SYSTEM > High
Altitude Mode menu.
2.
Press Enter and press / to select On. A
confirmation message is displayed.
3.
Highlight Yes and press Enter.
Operation under "High Altitude Mode" may cause a higher
decibel operating noise level because of increased fan speed
necessary to improve overall system cooling and
performance.
If you use this projector under other extreme conditions excluding the above, it may display
auto shut-down symptoms, which is designed to protect your projector from over-heating.
In cases like this, you should switch to High Altitude Mode to solve these symptoms.
However, this is not to state that this projector can operate under any and all harsh or
extreme conditions.
Using the CEC function
This projector supports CEC (Consumer Electronics Control) function for synchronized
power on/off operation via HDMI connection. That is, if a device that also supports CEC
function is connected to the HDMI input of the projector, when the projector’s power is
turned off, the power of the connected device will also be turned off automatically. When
the power of the connected device is turned on, the projector’s power will be turned on
automatically.
To turn on the CEC function:
1.
2.
Open the OSD menu and go to the POWER MANAGEMENT > Auto Power On >
CEC menu.
Press / to select Enable.
In order for the CEC function to work properly, make sure that the device is correctly
connected to the HDMI input of the projector via an HDMI cable, and its CEC function is turned
on.
Depending on the connected device, the CEC function may not work.
Using the 3D functions
This projector features 3D function which enables you to enjoy 3D movies, videos, and
sporting events in a more realistic way by presenting the depth of the images. You need to
wear a pair of 3D glasses to view 3D images.
If the 3D signal is input from an HDMI 1.4a compatible device, the projector detects the
signal for 3D Sync information and once detected, it projects images in 3D format
automatically. In other cases, you may need to manually select a 3D Sync format for the
projector to project 3D images correctly.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Go to the ADVANCED > 3D Settings menu.
Press Enter. The 3D Settings page is displayed.
Highlight 3D Glasses and press / to select DLP or 3D VESA.
Highlight 3D Sync and press Enter.
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5.
Press
to select a 3D Sync setting and then press Enter to confirm.
When the 3D Sync function is on:
•
The brightness level of the projected image will decrease.
•
The Color Mode cannot be adjusted.
•
The Zoom function can only magnify the pictures to limited sizes.
If you discover the inversion of the 3D image depth, set the 3D Sync Invert function to “Invert”
to correct the problem.
Controlling the projector through a LAN
environment
The projector supports Crestron® software. With correct settings for the LAN Control
Settings menu, you can manage the projector from a computer using a web browser when
the computer and the projector are properly connected to the same local area network.
(An example of connection)
Configuring the LAN Control Settings
If you are in a DHCP environment:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Take a RJ45 cable and connect one end to the RJ45 LAN input jack of the projector
and the other end to the RJ45 port.
Open the OSD menu and go to the ADVANCED > LAN Control Settings menu.
Press Enter. The LAN Control Settings page is displayed.
Highlight LAN Control Settings and press / to select DHCP ON.
Press
to highlight Apply and press Enter.
Please wait for around 15 - 20 seconds, and then re-enter the LAN Control Settings
page. The Projector IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, and DNS Server
settings will be displayed. Note down the IP address displayed in the Projector IP
Address row.
If the Projector IP Address still does not appear, contact your network administrator.
If the RJ45 cables are not properly connected, the Projector IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default
Gateway, and DNS Server settings will display 0.0.0.0. Make sure the cables are properly
connected and perform the procedures above again.
If you need to connect to the projector in its standby mode, set Standby LAN Control to On in
the ADVANCED > LAN Control Settings menu.
If you are in a non-DHCP environment:
1.
Repeat steps 1-3 above.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Highlight LAN Control Settings and press / to select Static IP.
Contact your ITS administrator for information on the Projector IP Address, Subnet
Mask, Default Gateway, and DNS Server settings.
Press
to select the item you want to modify and press Enter.
Press / to move the cursor and the press / to enter the value.
To save the settings, press Enter. If you do not want to save the settings, press Exit.
Press
to highlight Apply and press Enter.
If the RJ45 cables are not properly connected, the Projector IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default
Gateway, and DNS Server settings will display 0.0.0.0. Make sure the cables are properly
connected and perform the procedures above again.
If you wish to connect to the projector in its standby mode, be sure you have selected Static IP
and obtained the Projector IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, and DNS Server
information when the projector is on.
Controlling the projector through a web browser
Once you have the correct IP address for the projector and the projector is on or in standby
mode, you can use any computer that is on the same local area network to control the
projector.
If you are using Microsoft Internet Explorer, make sure it is version 7.0 or higher.
The screen shots in this manual are for reference only, and may differ from the actual design.
1.
Enter the address of the projector in the address bar of your browser and press Enter.
2.
The main page of the Network Control appears.
3
4
5
Accessing to Network Settings or Email Alert page requires Administrator password. The
default password is "0000".
3.
This page allows you to make adjustments to the AMX and SNMP settings. In the
AMX device discover row, when ON is selected, the projector can be detected by
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controllers of AMX connected to the same network. For the Details of AMX Device
Discovery, visit the AMX web site at http://www.amx.com/.
4.
If your projector is connected to a network which supports Simple Mail Transfer
Protocol (SMTP), you can configure it to alert you via email on significant events.
5.
The Crestron (e-Control) page displays the Crestron e-Control user interface. See
"About Crestron e-Control®" on page 44 for details.
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Please pay attention to the limitation of input length (including space and other punctuation
keys) in the list blow:
Category Item
Network
Input Length
Maximum Number
of Characters
DHCP/Manual
(N/A)
IP Address
XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
Subnet Mask
XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
Gateway
XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
DNS Server
XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
AMX device discovery (N/A)
Network Settings
Password
SNMP
Email Setting
SMTP Setting
Email Alert
Alert Condition
/ > < $ % + \ ' " are prohibited.
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Administrator
(N/A)
New Password
4
Confirm Password
4
SysLocation
22
SysName
22
SysContact
22
To
40
Cc
40
Subject
40
From
40
Server
30
User Name
21
Password
14
Fan Error
(N/A)
Lamp Error
(N/A)
Over Temperature
(N/A)
Lamp Time Alert
(N/A)
Submit
(N/A)
Issue Test Mail
(N/A)
About Crestron e-Control®
1.
The Crestron e-Control® page provides a variety of virtual keys to control the
projector or adjust the projected pictures.
i
ii
i
You can press
/ to
reveal more
buttons.
i
i. These buttons function the same as the ones on the OSD menus or remote control.
See "2. IMAGE menu" on page 55 and "Projector" on page 7 for details.
ii. To switch between input signals, click on your desired signal.
The Menu button can also be used to go back to previous OSD menus, exit and save menu
settings.
The source list varies according to the connectors available on the projector.
When you use the projector control panel or remote control to change the OSD menu settings,
it may take a while for the web browser to synchronize these changes with the projector.
2.
The tools page allows you to manage the projector, configure the LAN control
settings and secure access of remote network operation on this projector.
i
ii
iv
iii
v
vi
i. This section is only used with the Crestron Control System. Please contact
Creston or refer to its user manual for setup information.
ii. You can name the projector, keep track of its location and the person in charge of
it.
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iii. You can adjust the LAN Control Settings.
iv. Once set, access to the remote network operation on this projector has been
password-protected.
v. Once set, access to the tools page has been password-protected.
To prevent errors, only input the English alphabet and digits on the tools page.
After making the adjustments, press the Send button and the data will be saved for the
projector.
vi. Press Exit to go back to the remote network operation page.
Please pay attention to the limitation of input length (including space and other punctuation
keys) in the list blow:
Category Item
Crestron Control
Projector
Network Configuration
User Password
Admin Password
Input Length
Maximum Number of
Characters
IP Address
16
IP ID
4
Port
5
Projector Name
32
Location
32
Assigned To
32
DHCP (Enabled)
(N/A)
IP Address
16
Subnet Mask
16
Default Gateway
16
DNS Server
16
Enabled
(N/A)
New Password
26
Confirm
26
Enabled
(N/A)
New Password
26
Confirm
26
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3.
The info page displays the information and status of this projector.
Press Exit to
go back to the
remote network
operation page.
4.
After pressing the button “Contact IT Help”, the HELP DESK window will appear in
the upper right corner of the screen. You will be able to deliver messages to
RoomView™ software administrators/users who connect to the same local area
network.
For more information, visit http://www.crestron.com & www.crestron.com/getroomview.
**Crestron RoomView
On the “Edit Room” page, enter the IP Address (or hostname) as shown on the projector’s
on-screen display (OSD) menu, and “02” for IPID, “41794” for the reserved Crestron
control port.
About Crestron RoomView™ setting and command method, please access below website to
get RoomView™ User Guide and more information:
http://www.crestron.com/products/roomview_connected_embedded_projectors_devices/
resources.asp
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PJLink™, SNMP, AMX and Xpanel formats supported
This projector is PJLink™, SNMP V.1, AMX or Xpanel V1.10 compliant. For details,
please follow its user guide or website respectively to control and manage projectors.
Using the projector in standby mode
Some of the projector functions are available in standby mode (plugged in but not turned
on). To use these functions, be sure the cable connections are correctly made. For the
connection methods, see the Connection chapter.
Active VGA Out
Selecting On in the POWER MANAGEMENT > Standby Settings > Active VGA Out
outputs a VGA signal when the COMPUTER IN 1 and COMPUTER OUT sockets are
correctly connected to devices. The projector outputs the signal received only from
COMPUTER IN 1.
Active Audio Out
Selecting On in the POWER MANAGEMENT > Standby Settings > Active Audio Out
outputs an audio signal when the AUDIO IN 1 socket is correctly connected to a proper
device.
LAN Control
Selecting On in the ADVANCED > LAN Control Settings > Standby LAN Control
allows the projector to provide the network function when it is in standby mode. See
"Controlling the projector through a LAN environment" on page 40 for details.
Adjusting the sound
The sound adjustments made as below will have an effect on the projector speaker. Be sure
you have made a correct connection to the projector audio input/output jacks. See
"Connection" on page 15 for more details.
Adjusting the audio mode
1.
2.
Open the OSD menu and go to the BASIC > Audio Settings > Audio Mode menu.
Press / to select a preferred audio mode.
If available, you can press Audio Mode on the remote control to select a preferred audio mode.
Muting the sound
1.
2.
Open the OSD menu and go to the BASIC > Audio Settings > Mute menu.
Press / to select On.
If available, you can press
and off.
on the remote control to toggle the projector audio between on
Adjusting the sound level
1.
2.
Open the OSD menu and go to the BASIC > Audio Settings > Audio Volume menu.
Press / to select a desired sound level.
If available, you can press
level.
/
on the remote control to adjust the projector’s sound
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Adjusting the Audio In 2 setting
1.
2.
Open the OSD menu and go to the BASIC > Audio Settings > Audio In 2 menu.
Press / to decide the audio input source for the AUDIO IN 2/MIC port. This
will affect the connection method for different devices, and where the sound is from.
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When Audio is selected:
Device
COMPUTER IN 1
COMPUTER IN 2
Video/S-Video
AUDIO IN 1
AUDIO IN 2
AUDIO IN 2
The projector can play
AUDIO IN 1
the sound from...
AUDIO IN 2
AUDIO IN 2
AUDIO OUT
AUDIO OUT
Audio input port
Audio output port
AUDIO OUT
The selected input signal determines which sound will be played by the projector speaker, and
which sound will be output from the projector when AUDIO OUT is connected. For instance, if
you select a D-Sub / Comp. 1 source, the projector can play the sound received from AUDIO IN
1.
•
When Microphone is selected:
Device
Audio input port
COMPUTER IN 1
COMPUTER IN 2
AUDIO IN 1
AUDIO IN 1
AUDIO IN 1
AUDIO IN 1
•
AUDIO IN 1
•
AUDIO IN 1
MIC
•
MIC
•
MIC
The projector can play •
the sound from...
•
Audio output port
AUDIO OUT
AUDIO OUT
Video/S-Video
AUDIO OUT
Adjusting the microphone sound level
1.
2.
Open the OSD menu and go to the BASIC > Audio Settings > Microphone Volume
menu.
Press / to select a desired sound level.
This function is only available when the BASIC > Audio Settings > Audio In 2 menu is set to
Microphone. The microphone volume will be changed to 1 after each setting adjustment.
Turning off the Power On/Off Ring Tone
1.
2.
Open the OSD menu and go to the BASIC > Audio Settings > Power On/Off Ring
Tone menu.
Press / to select Off.
The only way to change Power On/Off Ring Tone is setting On or Off here. Setting the sound
mute or changing the sound level will not affect the Power On/Off Ring Tone.
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Shutting down the projector
1.
Press Power and a confirmation message is
displayed prompting you.
If you don't respond in a few seconds, the
message will disappear.
2.
3.
Press
Power a second time.
Once the cooling process finishes, a "Power
Off Ring Tone" will be heard. Disconnect the
power cord from the wall socket if the
projector will not be used in an extended
period of time.
To turn off the ring tone, see "Turning off the Power On/Off Ring Tone" on page 48 for details.
CAUTION
•
To protect the lamp, the projector will not respond to any commands during the cooling
process.
•
Do not unplug the power cord before the projector shutdown sequence is complete.
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Menu operation
Menu system
Please note that the on-screen display (OSD) menus vary according to the signal type
selected.
The menu items are available when the projector detects at least one valid signal. If there is
no equipment connected to the projector or no signal detected, limited menu items are
accessible.
Main menu
Sub-menu
Options
Screen Color
Off/Blackboard/Greenboard/Whiteboard
Auto/4:3/16:9/16:10/Panorama/2.35:1/
Anamorphic
Aspect Ratio
Keystone
1.
DISPLAY
Corner Adj.
Position
Phase
H. Size
Zoom
OverScan
Color Mode
Auto V
Keystone
Manual
Off/On
Vertical/Horizontal
Off/1/2/3/4/5
Brightest/Dynamic/Standard/ViewMatch sRGB/Movie/
DICOM SIM
Brightness
Contrast
2.
IMAGE
Warm
Red Gain/Green Gain/
Normal
Color Temp.
Blue Gain/Red Offset/
Neutral
Green Offset/Blue Offset
Cool
Color
Tint
Sharpness
Gamma
1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8
Brilliant Color Off/1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/9/10
Advanced
Noise Reduction
Primary Color
Hue
Color
Management Saturation
Gain
Reset Color Settings
Reset/Cancel
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Main menu
Sub-menu
Computer
Auto Power On CEC
Direct Power On
Auto Power Off
Smart Energy
3. POWER
MANAGEMENT
MHL Settings
Standby
Settings
Sleep Timer
Power Saving
Power Out
MHL Reset
Active VGA Out
Active Audio Out
Audio Mode
Mute
Audio Volume
Audio Settings
Audio In 2
Microphone Volume
Power On/Off Ring
Tone
Timer Period
Timer Display
4.
BASIC
Presentation
Timer
Timer Position
Timer Counting
Direction
Sound Reminder
Start Counting/Off
Options
Disable/Enable
Disable/Enable
Off/On
Disable/10 min/20 min/30 min
Disable/30 min/1 hr /2 hr/3 hr/
4 hr/8 hr/12 hr
Enable/Disable
HDMI/MHL 2/USB 1/USB 2
Reset/Cancel
Off/On
Off/On
Standard/Speech/
Entertainment
On/Off
Audio/Microphone
On/Off
1~240 m
Always/1 min/2 min/3 min
Top-Left/Bottom-Left/TopRight//Bottom-Right
Count Down/Count Up
On/Off
Off/Test Card/Note Pad /
World Map/Stave/Trellis
Chart
Disable/5 min/10 min/15 min/
20 min/25 min/30 min
On/Off
Black/Blue/ViewSonic/
Screen Capture/Off
Pattern
Blank Timer
Message
Splash Screen
Screen Capture
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Main menu
4.
BASIC
Sub-menu
My Button
3D Settings
HDMI Settings
5.
ADVANCED
LAN Control
Settings
Lamp Settings
Filter Settings
DCR
Closed Caption
Reset Settings
Options
Auto/Projection (Projector Position)/Menu
Position/Color Temp./Brightness/Contrast/3D
Settings/Screen Color/Splash Screen/
Message/Quick Auto Search/CEC/DCR/Closed
Caption/Power Saving/Freeze/INFORMATION/
Aspect Ratio/Power Out
3D Glasses
DLP/3D VESA
Auto/Off/Frame
Sequential/Frame
3D Sync
Packing/Top-Bottom/
Side-by-Side
3D Sync Invert
Disable/Invert
HDMI Format
Auto/RGB/YUV
HDMI Range
Auto/Enhanced/Normal
LAN Control Settings DHCP ON/Static IP
Projector IP Address
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
DNS Server
Standby LAN Control Off/On
Apply
Lamp Mode
Normal/Eco
Reset Lamp Hours
Lamp Hours
Filter Mode
On/Off
Reset Filter Hours
Filter Hours
On/Off
Caption Version
CC1/CC2/CC3/CC4
Reset/Cancel
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Main menu
Sub-menu
Options
Multi-language OSD
selection
Front Table/Rear Table/
Projector Position
Rear Ceiling/Front
Ceiling
5 sec/10 sec/15 sec/20
Menu Display Time
sec/25 sec/30 sec
Menu Settings
Center/Top-Left/Top6. SYSTEM
Menu Position
Right/Bottom-Left/
Bottom-Right
High Altitude Mode
On/Off
Quick Auto Search
Off/On
Change Password
Security Settings
Power On Lock
Off/On
Panel Key Lock
Off/On
Remote Control Code
1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8
• Source
• Color Mode
• Resolution
7.
• Color System
INFORMATION
• IP Address
• MAC Address
• Firmware Version
Language
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Description of each menu
Function
Description
Screen Color
See "Using Screen Color" on page 34 for details.
Aspect Ratio
See "Selecting the aspect ratio" on page 32 for details.
Keystone
See "Correcting keystone" on page 30 for details.
Corner Adj.
1. DISPLAY menu
Position
See "Adjusting 4 corners" on page 30 for details.
Displays the position adjustment page. To move the projected
image, use the directional arrow keys. The values shown on the
lower position of the page change with every key press you made
until they reach their maximum or minimum.
This function is only available when a PC input signal is
selected.
The adjustment range may vary under different timings.
Adjusts the clock phase to reduce image
distortion.
Phase
This function is only available when
a PC input signal is selected.
Adjusts the horizontal width of the image.
H. Size
Zoom
OverScan
This function is only available when a PC input signal is
selected.
See "Magnifying and searching for details" on page 31 for
details.
Adjusts the overscan rate from 0% to 5%.
This function is only available when a Composite Video,
S-Video or HDMI input signal is selected.
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Function
Description
Color Mode
See "Selecting a picture mode" on page 33 for details.
Brightness
See "Adjusting Brightness" on page 34 for details.
Contrast
See "Adjusting Contrast" on page 34 for details.
Color Temp.
2. IMAGE menu
See "Selecting a Color Temperature" on page 35 and "Setting a
preferred color temperature" on page 35 for details.
Color
See "Adjusting Color" on page 34 for details.
Tint
See "Adjusting Tint" on page 34 for details.
Sharpness
See "Adjusting Sharpness" on page 35 for details.
Advanced
Gamma
See "Selecting a gamma setting" on page 35 for details.
Brilliant Color
See "Adjusting Brilliant Color" on page 35 for details.
Noise Reduction
See "Reducing image noise" on page 35 for details.
Color Management
See "Color Management" on page 36 for details.
Reset Color
Settings
Returns all color settings to the factory preset values.
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Function
Description
Computer
Selecting Enable allows the projector to turn on automatically
once the VGA signal is fed through the VGA cable.
Auto Power On
3. POWER MANAGEMENT menu
Smart Energy
MHL Settings
CEC
See "Using the CEC function" on page 39 for details.
Direct Power On
Selecting On allows the projector to turn on automatically
once the power is fed through the power cord.
Auto Power Off
See "Setting Auto Power Off" on page 61 for details.
Sleep Timer
See "Setting Sleep Timer" on page 61 for details.
Power Saving
See "Setting Power Saving" on page 61 for details.
Power Out
Switch power supply port between MHL, USB 1 or USB 2;
projector can only output power on one port at the same time.
If the HDMI/MHL port can't be detected, please do MHL
Reset or switch power out.
MHL Reset
Selecting Reset to reapply power after a power outage.
4. BASIC menu
Audio Settings
See "Adjusting the sound" on page 47 for details.
Presentation
Timer
See "Setting the presentation timer" on page 36 for details.
Pattern
The projector can display several test patterns. It helps you
adjust the image size and focus and check that the projected
image is free from distortion.
Blank Timer
See "Hiding the image" on page 37 for details.
Message
Splash Screen
Selecting On displays the current information on the screen
when the projector is detecting or searching for a signal.
Allows you to select which logo screen will be displayed
during projector start-up.
Screen Capture See "Creating your own startup screen" on page 38 for details.
My Button
Sets a hotkey on remote control.
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Function
Description
3D Settings
See "Using the 3D functions" on page 39 for details.
HDMI Settings
See "Changing HDMI input settings" on page 28 for details.
LAN Control
Settings
See "Controlling the projector through a LAN environment"
on page 40 for details.
Lamp Mode
See "Setting Lamp Mode" on page 61 for details.
Lamp Settings
Filter Settings
Reset Lamp Hours
Resets the lamp timer after new lamp is installed. For
changing the lamp, please contact qualified service personnel.
5. ADVANCED menu
Lamp Hours
See "Getting to know the lamp hour" on page 61 for details on
how the total lamp hour is calculated.
See "Using the dust filter (optional accessory)" on page 59 for
details.
Enables or disables the DCR (Dynamic Contrast Ratio)
function. Selecting On enables the function and the projector
will automatically switch the lamp mode between normal and
economic modes according to the input image detected.
DCR
This function is only available when a PC input signal is
selected.
After enabling DCR, frequent lamp mode switching may
shorten lamp life and noise level will vary during
operation.
Selects a preferred closed captioning mode when the selected
input signal carries closed captions.
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Closed Caption
Captions: An on-screen display of the dialogue, narration,
and sound effects of TV programs and videos that are
closed captioned (usually marked as "CC" in TV listings).
This function is only available when a Composite video
or S-Video input signal is selected and its system format
is NTSC.
Caption Version
To view captions, select CC1, CC2, CC3, or CC4 (CC1
displays captions in the primary language in your area).
Returns all settings to the factory preset values.
Reset Settings
The following settings will still remain: Keystone, Corner
Adj., Phase, H. Size, OverScan, Language, Projector
Position, High Altitude Mode, Security Settings, Remote
Control Code, 3D Sync, Filter Mode, LAN Control
Settings, HDMI Settings.
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Function
Description
Language
Sets the language for the On-Screen Display (OSD) menus.
See "Using the menus" on page 25 for details.
Projector
Position
See "Choosing a location" on page 10 for details.
6. SYSTEM menu
Menu Settings
Menu Display Time
Sets the length of time the OSD will remain active after your
last key press. The range is from 5 to 30 seconds in 5-second
increments.
Menu Position
Sets the On-Screen Display (OSD) menu position.
High Altitude
Mode
A mode for operation in high altitude areas. See "Operating
in a high altitude environment" on page 38 for details.
Quick Auto
Search
See "Switching input signal" on page 28 for details.
Security
Settings
See "Utilizing the password function" on page 26 for details.
Panel Key Lock See "Locking control keys" on page 38 for details.
Remote Control
See "Remote control code" on page 8 for details.
Code
Source
Shows the current signal source.
Color Mode
Shows the selected mode in the IMAGE menu.
7. INFORMATION menu
Resolution
Shows the native resolution of the input signal.
Color System
Current System Shows input system format.
Status
IP Address
Shows the IP address of your projector.
MAC Address
Shows the MAC Address of your projector.
MAC Address stands for Media Access Control Address,
which is a physical layer address used to uniquely
identify a network node.
Firmware Version
Shows the current firmware version.
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Maintenance
Care of the projector
You need to keep the lens and/or filter (optional accessory) clean on a regular basis.
Never remove any parts of the projector. Contact your dealer when any part of the projector
needs replacing.
Cleaning the lens
Clean the lens whenever you notice dirt or dust on the surface.
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•
Use a canister of compressed air to remove dust.
If there is dirt or smears, use lens-cleaning paper or moisten a soft cloth with lens
cleaner and gently wipe the lens surface.
CAUTION
Never rub the lens with abrasive materials.
Cleaning the projector case
Before you clean the case, turn the projector off using the proper shutdown procedure as
described in "Shutting down the projector" on page 49 and unplug the power cord.
•
•
To remove dirt or dust, wipe the case with a soft, lint-free cloth.
To remove stubborn dirt or stains, moisten a soft cloth with water and a neutral pH
detergent. Then wipe the case.
CAUTION
Never use wax, alcohol, benzene, thinner or other chemical detergents. These can damage the
case.
Storing the projector
If you need to store the projector for an extended time, please follow the instructions below:
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•
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•
Make sure the temperature and humidity of the storage area are within the
recommended range for the projector. Please refer to "Specifications" on page 65 or
consult your dealer about the range.
Retract the adjuster foot.
Remove the battery from the remote control.
Pack the projector in its original packing or equivalent.
Transporting the projector
It is recommended that you ship the projector with its original packing or equivalent.
Using the dust filter (optional accessory)
CAUTION
•
It is recommended to clean the dust filter every 100 hours after the dust filter is installed.
•
Be sure to turn off the projector and unplug it from power source before installing or
detaching the filter.
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•
If your projector is ceiling-mounted or is not easily accessible, pay special attention to
your personal safety when replacing the dust filter.
Installing the dust filter
1.
2.
Be sure to turn off the projector and unplug it
from power source.
As the arrows shown to the right, fit the filter
by aligning and inserting it into the projector
slots. Make sure it clicks into place.
For first time installation:
3.
Open the OSD menu and go to the ADVANCED > Filter Settings menu.
4.
Press Enter and the Filter Settings page is displayed.
5.
Highlight Filter Mode and press / to select On. The filter timer starts counting.
Set Filter Mode to On only when using the projector after the dust filer (optional accessory) is
properly attached. Failing to do so will result in a shorter lamp life.
Obtaining the filter hour information
1.
2.
3.
Open the OSD menu and go to the ADVANCED > Filter Settings menu.
Press Enter. The Filter Settings page is displayed.
You will see the Filter Hours information on the menu.
Cleaning the dust filter
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Be sure to turn off the projector and unplug it from power source.
Remove the screws that secure the dust filter cover.
Remove the filter from the projector.
Use a small vacuum cleaner or a soft brush to sweep the dust on the filter away.
Re-install the dust filter.
Resetting the filter timer
6.
Open the OSD menu and go to the ADVANCED > Filter Settings menu.
7.
Press Enter and the Filter Settings page is displayed.
8.
Highlight Reset Filter Hours and press Enter. A warning message is displayed
asking if you want to reset the filter timer.
9.
Highlight Reset and press Enter. The lamp time will be reset to '0'.
CAUTION
Remember to set Filter Mode to Off in the ADVANCED > Filter Settings menu when using the
projector with the dust filter removed. Setting Filter Mode to Off does not reset the filter timer.
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The timer will continue counting the next time you fit the filter back on and set Filter Mode to
On.
Lamp information
Getting to know the lamp hour
When the projector is in operation, the duration (in hours) of lamp usage is automatically
calculated by the built-in timer.
To obtain the lamp hour information:
1.
Open the OSD menu and go to the ADVANCED > Lamp Settings menu.
2.
Press Enter and the Lamp Settings page is displayed.
3.
You will see the Lamp Hours information on the menu.
4.
To leave the menu, press Exit.
Extending lamp life
The projection lamp is a consumable item. To keep the lamp life as long as possible, you
can do the following settings via the OSD menu.
Setting Lamp Mode
Using Eco mode reduces system noise and power consumption by 20%. If the Eco mode is
selected, the light output will be reduced and result in darker projected pictures.
Setting the projector in Eco mode also extends the lamp operation life. To set Eco mode, go
to the ADVANCED > Lamp Settings > Lamp Mode menu and press / to select Eco.
Or you can press Eco Mode on the remote control to select.
Setting Auto Power Off
This function allows the projector to turn off automatically after a set period of time once no
input source is detected to prevent unnecessary waste of lamp life.
1.
Open the OSD menu and go to the POWER MANAGEMENT > Smart Energy
menu.
2.
Press Enter and the Smart Energy page is displayed.
3.
Highlight Auto Power Off and press / .
4.
If the preset time lengths are not suitable for your need, select Disable. The projector
will not automatically shut down in a certain time period.
Setting Sleep Timer
This function allows the projector to turn off automatically after a set period of time to
prevent unnecessary waste of lamp life.
1.
Open the OSD menu and go to the POWER MANAGEMENT > Smart Energy
menu.
2.
Press Enter and the Smart Energy page is displayed.
3.
Highlight Sleep Timer and press / .
4.
If the preset time lengths are not suitable for your presentation, select Disable. The
projector will not automatically shut down in a certain time period.
Setting Power Saving
The projector lowers the power consumption if no input source is detected after 5 minutes to
prevent unnecessary waste of lamp life. You can further decide if you would like the
projector to turn off automatically after a set period of time.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Open the OSD menu and go to the POWER MANAGEMENT > Smart Energy
menu.
Press Enter and the Smart Energy page is displayed.
Highlight Power Saving and press / .
When Enable is selected, the projector lamp will be changed to Eco
mode after no signal is detected for 5 minutes.
Timing of replacing the lamp
Please install a new lamp or consult your dealer when the Lamp indicator light lights up.
An old lamp may cause a malfunction in the projector and in some instances the lamp may
explode.
CAUTION
The Lamp indicator light and Temperature indicator light will light up if the lamp becomes too
hot. Turn the power off and let the projector cool for 45 minutes. If the Lamp indicator light or
Temperature indicator light still lights up after turning the power back on, please contact your
dealer. See "Indicators" on page 63 for details.
Replacing the lamp
Turn the power off and disconnect the projector from the power outlet. Please contact
qualified service personnel for changing the lamp.
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Indicators
Light
Status & Description
Power events
Blue
Flashing
Off
Off
Stand-by mode
Blue
Off
Off
Blue
Off
Off
Powering up
Normal operation
Blue
Flashing
Off
Off
Normal power-down cooling (3 sec)
Downloading
Burn in off
Red
Off
Off
Blue
Blue
Blue
Lamp events
Blue
Flashing
Off
Red
First Lamp-Lit error cooling (60 sec)
Off
Off
Red
Blue
Off
Red
Lamp error in normal operation (30 sec)
CW start fail (30 sec)
Thermal events
Off
Red
Off
Off
Red
Red
Off
Red
Blue
Off
Red
Purple
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Blue
Blue
Red
Red
Off
Red
Blue
Purple
Red
Red
Purple
Red
Blue
Off
Blue
Red
Fan 1 error (the actual fan speed is +25% outside the
desired speed.)
Fan 2 error (the actual fan speed is +25% outside the
desired speed.)
Fan 3 error (the actual fan speed is +25% outside the
desired speed.)
Fan 4 error (the actual fan speed is +25% outside the
desired speed.)
Thermal sensor 1 open error (the remote diode has an
open-circuit condition.)
Thermal sensor 2 open error (the remote diode has an
open-circuit condition.)
Thermal sensor 1 short error (the remote diode has an
short-circuit condition.)
Thermal sensor 2 short error (the remote diode has an
short-circuit condition.)
Temperature 1 error (over limited temperature)
Temperature 2 error (over limited temperature)
Fan IC #1 I2C connection error
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Troubleshooting
The projector does not turn on.
Cause
Remedy
There is no power from the power cord.
Plug the power cord into the AC inlet on the
projector, and plug the power cord into the power
outlet. If the power outlet has a switch, make sure
that it is switched on.
Attempting to turn the projector on again
during the cooling process.
Wait until the cooling down process has completed.
No picture
Cause
Remedy
The video source is not turned on or
connected correctly.
Turn the video source on and check that the signal
cable is connected correctly.
The projector is not correctly connected to
the input signal device.
Check the connection.
The input signal has not been correctly
selected.
Select the correct input signal with the Source key
on the projector or remote control.
Blurred image
Cause
Remedy
The projection lens is not correctly focused.
Adjust the focus of the lens using the focus ring.
The projector and the screen are not
aligned properly.
Adjust the projection angle and direction as well as
the height of the projector if necessary.
Remote control does not work
Cause
Remedy
The battery is out of power.
Replace the battery with a new one.
There is an obstacle between the remote
control and the projector.
Remove the obstacle.
You are too far away from the projector.
Stand within 8 meters (26 feet) from the projector.
The remote control code on the projector
and that on the remote control are not
consistent.
Adjust the remote control code.
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Specifications
Dimensions
469.5 mm (W) x 139.8 mm (H) x 316.24 mm (D) (Including extrusions)
FOCUS
ZOOM
469.5
316.24
139.8
Ceiling mount installation
133.10
8.16
164.10
Ceiling mount screws:
M4 x 8 (Max. L = 8 mm)
3.50
286.20
Unit: mm
291.20
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IR control table
Key
Format
Byte1
Byte2
Byte3
Byte4
PgDn
NEC
X3
F4
05
FA
PgUp
NEC
X3
F4
06
F9
Blank
NEC
X3
F4
07
F8
Auto sync
NEC
X3
F4
08
F7
Up
NEC
X3
F4
0B
F4
Down
NEC
X3
F4
0C
F3
Left
NEC
X3
F4
0E
F1
Right
NEC
X3
F4
0F
F0
Color Mode
NEC
X3
F4
10
EF
Mute
NEC
X3
F4
14
EB
EA
Enter
NEC
X3
F4
15
Power ON
NEC
X3
F4
17
E8
Presentation Timer
NEC
X3
F4
27
D8
D7
Exit
NEC
X3
F4
28
Eco Mode
NEC
X3
F4
2B
D4
Menu
NEC
X3
F4
30
CF
CE
Mouse
NEC
X3
F4
31
Mouse Left
NEC
X3
F4
36
C9
Mouse Right
NEC
X3
F4
37
C8
Source
NEC
X3
F4
40
BF
Pattern
NEC
X3
F4
55
AA
My button
NEC
X3
F4
56
A9
HDMI
NEC
X3
F4
58
A7
Volume+
NEC
X3
F4
82
7D
Volume-
NEC
X3
F4
83
7C
Magnify
NEC
X3
F4
18
e7
Aspect
NEC
83
F4
13
EC
Video
NEC
83
F4
9F
60
Audio Mode
NEC
X3
F4
9E
61
COMP
NEC
X3
F4
41
be
Panel Key Lock
NEC
X3
F4
8E
71
Help
NEC
X3
F4
21
DE
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Address code
Code 1
83F4
Code 2
93F4
Code 3
A3F4
Code 4
B3F4
Code 5
C3F4
Code 6
D3F4
Code 7
E3F4
Code 8
F3F4
RS232 command table
<Pin assignment for this two end>
Pin
Description
Pin
1
NC
2
Description
RX
3
TX
4
NC
5
GND
6
NC
7
RTSZ
8
CTSZ
9
NC
<Interface>
RS-232 protocol
Baud Rate
115200 bps (default)
Data Length
8 bit
Parity Check
None
Stop Bit
1 bit
Flow Control
None
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<RS232 command table>
Function
Status
Action
cmd
Turn on
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x11 0x00 0x00 0x5D
Turn off
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x11 0x01 0x00 0x5E
Write
Power
Read
Power status
(on/off)
0x07 0x14 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x11 0x00 0x5E
Reset all
settings
Execute
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x11 0x02 0x00 0x5F
Reset Color
Settings
Execute
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x11 0x2A 0x00 0x87
Write
Splash
Screen
Read
Splash Screen
Black
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x11 0x0A 0x00 0x67
Splash Screen
Blue
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x11 0x0A 0x01 0x68
Splash Screen
ViewSonic
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x11 0x0A 0x02 0x69
Splash Screen
Screen
Capture
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x11 0x0A 0x03 0x6A
Splash Screen
Off
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x11 0x0A 0x04 0x6B
Splash Screen
status
0x07 0x14 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x11 0x0A 0x68
Quick Power
Off Off
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x11 0x0B 0x00 0x68
Quick Power
Off On
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x11 0x0B 0x01 0x69
Quick Power
Off status
0x07 0x14 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x11 0x0B 0x69
High Altitude
Mode Off
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x11 0x0C 0x00 0x69
High Altitude
Mode On
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x11 0x0C 0x01 0x6A
High Altitude
Mode status
0x07 0x14 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x11 0x0C
0x6A
Normal
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x11 0x10 0x00 0x6D
Eco
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x11 0x10 0x01 0x6E
Write
Quick
Power Off
Read
High
Altitude
Mode
Write
Read
Write
Lamp Mode
Read
Lamp Mode
status
0x07 0x14 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x11 0x10 0x6E
68
Message Off
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x11 0x27 0x00 0x84
Message On
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x11 0x27 0x01 0x85
Write
Message
Read
Message
status
0x07 0x14 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x11 0x27 0x85
Front Table
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x00 0x00 0x5E
Rear Table
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x00 0x01 0x5F
Rear Ceiling
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x00 0x02 0x60
Front Ceiling
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x00 0x03 0x61
Write
Projector
Position
Read
projector
position status
0x07 0x14 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x12 0x00 0x5F
OFF
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x20 0x00 0x7E
Auto
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x20 0x01 0x7F
Frame
Sequential
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x20 0x02 0x80
Frame
Packing
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x20 0x03 0x81
Top-Bottom
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x20 0x04 0x82
Side-by-Side
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x20 0x05 0x83
Write
3D Sync
Read
3D Sync
Status
0x07 0x14 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x12 0x20 0x7F
Off
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x21 0x00 0x7F
On
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x21 0x01 0x80
Write
3D Sync
Invert
Read
3D Sync Invert
Status
0x07 0x14 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x12 0x21 0x80
Contrast
decrease
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x02 0x00 0x60
Contrast
increase
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x02 0x01 0x61
Write
Contrast
Read
Contrast ratio
0x07 0x14 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x12 0x02 0x61
Brightness
decrease
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x03 0x00 0x61
Brightness
increase
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x03 0x01 0x62
Brightness
0x07 0x14 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x12 0x03 0x62
Write
Brightness
Read
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Write
Aspect ratio
Read
Auto Adjust
Aspect ratio
Auto
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x04 0x00 0x62
Aspect ratio
4:3
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x04 0x02 0x64
Aspect ratio
16:9
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x04 0x03 0x65
Aspect ratio
16:10
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x04 0x04 0x66
Aspect ratio
Anamorphic
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x04 0x05 0x67
Aspect ratio
2.35:1
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x04 0x07 0x69
Aspect ratio
Panorama
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x04 0x08 0x6A
Aspect ratio
0x07 0x14 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x12 0x04 0x63
Execute
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x05 0x00 0x63
Horizontal
position shift
right
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x06 0x01 0x65
Horizontal
position shift
left
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x06 0x00 0x64
Write
Horizontal
position
Read
Horizontal
position
0x07 0x14 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x12 0x06 0x65
Vertical
position shift
up
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x07 0x00 0x65
Vertical
position shift
down
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x07 0x01 0x66
read Vertical
position
0x07 0x14 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x12 0x07 0x66
color
temperature
Warm
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x08 0x00 0x66
color
temperature
Normal
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x08 0x01 0x67
color
temperature
Neutral
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x08 0x02 0x68
color
temperature
Cool
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x08 0x03 0x69
color
temperature
status
0x07 0x14 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x12 0x08 0x67
Write
Vertical
position
Read
Write
Color
temperature
Read
70
Blank on
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x09 0x01 0x68
Blank off
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x09 0x00 0x67
Write
Blank
Read
Blank status
0x07 0x14 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x12 0x09 0x68
Decrease
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x0A 0x00 0x68
Increase
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x0A 0x01 0x69
Keystone
status
0x07 0x14 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x12 0x0A
0x69
Decrease
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x11 0x31 0x00 0x8E
Increase
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x11 0x31 0x01 0x8F
Keystone
status
0x07 0x14 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x11 0x31 0x8F
Brightest
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x0B 0x00 0x69
Movie
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x0B 0x01 0x6A
Standard
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x0B 0x04 0x6D
ViewMatch
sRGB
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x0B 0x05 0x6E
Dynamic
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x0B 0x08 0x71
DICOM SIM
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x0B 0x0a 0x73
Preset mode
status
0x07 0x14 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x12 0x0B
0x6A
Primary color
R
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x10 0x00 0x6E
Primary color
G
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x10 0x01 0x6F
Primary color
B
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x10 0x02 0x70
Primary color
C
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x10 0x03 0x71
Primary color
M
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x10 0x04 0x72
Primary color
Y
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x10 0x05 0x73
Primary color
status
0x07 0x14 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x12 0x10 0x6F
Hue decrease
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x11 0x00 0x6F
Hue increase
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x11 0x01 0x70
Write
KeystoneVertical
Read
Write
KeystoneHorizontal
Read
Write
Color mode
Read
Write
Primary
Color
Read
Write
Hue
Read
Hue
0x07 0x14 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x12 0x11 0x70
71
Saturation
decrease
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x12 0x00 0x70
Saturation
increase
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x12 0x01 0x71
Saturation
0x07 0x14 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x12 0x12 0x71
Write
Saturation
Read
Gain decrease
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x13 0x00 0x71
Gain increase
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x13 0x01 0x72
Write
Gain
Read
Gain
0x07 0x14 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x12 0x13 0x72
Freeze on
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x13 0x00 0x01 0x60
Freeze off
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x13 0x00 0x00 0x5F
Write
Freeze
Read
Source
input
Write
Read
Freeze status
0x07 0x14 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x13 0x00 0x60
Input source
D-Sub / Comp.
1
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x13 0x01 0x00 0x60
Input source
D-Sub / Comp.
2
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x13 0x01 0x08 0x68
Input source
HDMI 1
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x13 0x01 0x03 0x63
Input source
HDMI 2
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x13 0x01 0x07 0x67
Input source
HDMI 3
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x13 0x01 0x09 0x69
Input source
HDMI / MHL 4
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x13 0x01 0x0e 0x6e
Input source
Video
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x13 0x01 0x05 0x65
Input source
S-Video
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x13 0x01 0x06 0x66
Source
0x07 0x14 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x13 0x01 0x61
Quick Auto
Search on
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x13 0x02 0x01 0x62
Quick Auto
Search off
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x13 0x02 0x00 0x61
Write
Quick Auto
Search
Read
Quick Auto
Search status
0x07 0x14 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x13 0x02 0x62
Mute on
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x14 0x00 0x01 0x61
Mute off
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x14 0x00 0x00 0x60
Write
Mute
Read
Mute status
0x07 0x14 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x14 0x00 0x61
72
Increase
Volume
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x14 0x01 0x00 0x61
Decrease
Volume
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x14 0x02 0x00 0x62
Write
Volume
Read
Volume
0x07 0x14 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x14 0x03 0x64
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x15 0x00 0x00 0x61
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x15 0x00 0x01 0x62
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x15 0x00 0x02 0x63
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x15 0x00 0x03 0x64
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x15 0x00 0x04 0x65
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x15 0x00 0x05 0x66
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x15 0x00 0x06 0x67
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x15 0x00 0x07 0x68
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x15 0x00 0x08 0x69
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x15 0x00 0x09 0x6A
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x15 0x00 0x0a 0x6B
Write
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x15 0x00 0x0b 0x6C
Language
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x15 0x00 0x0c 0x6D
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x15 0x00 0x0d 0x6E
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x15 0x00 0x0e 0x6F
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x15 0x00 0x0f 0x70
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x15 0x00 0x10 0x71
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x15 0x00 0x11 0x72
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x15 0x00 0x12 0x73
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x15 0x00 0x13 0x74
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x15 0x00 0x14 0x75
Tiếng Việt
Read
Language
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x15 0x00 0x15 0x76
0x07 0x14 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x15 0x00 0x62
73
Write
Reset Lamp
usage hour
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x15 0x01 0x00 0x62
Read
Lamp usage
hour
0x07 0x14 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x15 0x01 0x63
Lamp Time
Write
HDMI
Format
Read
Write
HDMI
Range
Read
RGB
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x11 0x28 0x00 0x85
YUV
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x11 0x28 0x01 0x86
Auto
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x11 0x28 0x02 0x87
HDMI Format
status
0x07 0x14 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x11 0x28 0x86
Enhanced
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x11 0x29 0x00 0x86
Normal
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x11 0x29 0x01 0x87
Auto
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x11 0x29 0x02 0x88
HDMI Range
status
0x07 0x14 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x11 0x29 0x87
Off
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x11 0x2B 0x00 0x88
On
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x11 0x2B 0x01 0x89
Write
CEC
Error status
Read
CEC status
0x07 0x14 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x11 0x2B 0x89
Read
Read error
status
0x07 0x14 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x0C 0x0D
0x66
74
Write
Brilliant
Color
Read
Brilliant Color
0
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x0F 0x00 0x6D
Brilliant Color
1
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x0F 0x01 0x6E
Brilliant Color
2
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x0F 0x02 0x6F
Brilliant Color
3
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x0F 0x03 0x70
Brilliant Color
4
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x0F 0x04 0x71
Brilliant Color
5
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x0F 0x05 0x72
Brilliant Color
6
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x0F 0x06 0x73
Brilliant Color
7
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x0F 0x07 0x74
Brilliant Color
8
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x0F 0x08 0x75
Brilliant Color
9
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x0F 0x09 0x76
Brilliant Color
10
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x12 0x0F 0x0A 0x77
Brilliant Color
status
0x07 0x14 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x12 0x0F
0x6E
code 1
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x0C 0x48 0x00 0xA0
code 2
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x0C 0x48 0x01 0xA1
code 3
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x0C 0x48 0x02 0xA2
code 4
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x0C 0x48 0x03 0xA3
code 5
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x0C 0x48 0x04 0xA4
code 6
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x0C 0x48 0x05 0xA5
code 7
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x0C 0x48 0x06 0xA6
code 8
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x0C 0x48 0x07 0xA7
Remote
Control code
status
0x07 0x14 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x0C 0x048
0xA1
Write
Remote
Control
code
Read
75
Write
Screen
Color
Read
Screen color
Off
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x11 0x32 0x00 0x8F
Blackboard
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x11 0x32 0x01 0x90
Greenboard
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x11 0x32 0x02 0x91
Whiteboard
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x11 0x32 0x03 0x92
Screen Color
status
0x07 0x14 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x11 0x32 0x90
Overscan Off
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x11 0x33 0x00 0x90
Overscan 1
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x11 0x33 0x01 0x91
Overscan 2
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x11 0x33 0x02 0x92
Overscan 3
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x11 0x33 0x03 0x93
Overscan 4
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x11 0x33 0x04 0x94
Overscan 5
0x06 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x11 0x33 0x05 0x95
Write
Over Scan
Read
Remote Key
Overscan
status
0x07 0x14 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x34 0x00 0x00 0x11 0x33 0x91
Menu
0x02 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x02 0x04 0x0F 0x61
Exit
0x02 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x02 0x04 0x13 0x65
Top
0x02 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x02 0x04 0x0B 0x5D
Bottom
0x02 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x02 0x04 0x0C 0x5E
Left
0x02 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x02 0x04 0x0D 0x5F
Right
0x02 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x02 0x04 0x0E 0x60
Source
0x02 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x02 0x04 0x04 0x56
Enter
0x02 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x02 0x04 0x15 0x67
Auto
0x02 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x02 0x04 0x08 0x5A
My Button
0x02 0x14 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x34 0x02 0x04 0x11 0x63
Write
76
Timing chart
Analog RGB
Signal
Resolution (dots)
Aspect Ratio
Refresh Rate (Hz)
VGA
640 x 480
4:3
60/72/75/85
SVGA
800 x 600
4:3
60/72/75/85
1024 x 768
4:3
60/70/75/85
1152 x 864
4:3
75
1280 x 768
15:9
60
1280 x 800
16:10
60/75/85
1360 x 768
16:9
60
Quad-VGA
1280 x 960
4:3
60/85
SXGA
1280 x 1024
5:4
60
SXGA+
1400 x 1050
4:3
60
WXGA+
1440 x 900
16:10
60
UXGA
1600 x 1200
4:3
60
WSXGA+
1680 x 1050
16:10
60
HD
1280 x 720
16:9
60
MAC 13"
640 x 480
4:3
67
MAC 16"
832 x 624
4:3
75
MAC 19"
1024 x 768
4:3
75
MAC 21"
1152 x 870
4:3
75
HDTV (1080p)
1920 x 1080
16:9
60
WUXGA
1920 x 1200
16:10
60
XGA
WXGA
77
HDMI
Signal
Resolution (dots)
Aspect Ratio
Refresh Rate (Hz)
VGA
640 x 480
4:3
60
SVGA
800 x 600
4:3
60
XGA
1024 x 768
4:3
60
1280 x 768
15:9
60
1280 x 800
16:10
60
1360 x 768
16:9
60
Quad-VGA
1280 x 960
4:3
60
SXGA
1280 x 1024
5:4
60
SXGA+
1400 x 1050
4:3
60
WXGA+
1440 x 900
16:10
60
WSXGA+
1680 x 1050
16:10
60
HDTV (1080p)
1920 x 1080
16:9
50 / 60
HDTV (1080i)
1920 x 1080
16:9
50 / 60
HDTV (720p)
1280 x 720
16:9
50 / 60
SDTV (480p)
720 x 480
4:3 / 16:9
60
SDTV (576p)
720 x 576
4:3 / 16:9
50
SDTV (480i)
720 x 480
4:3 / 16:9
60
SDTV (576i)
720 x 576
4:3 / 16:9
50
WUXGA
1920 x 1200
16:10
60
WXGA
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3D (HDMI signal included)
Signal
Resolution (dots)
Aspect Ratio
Refresh Rate (Hz)
SVGA
800 x 600
4:3
60* / 120**
XGA
1024 x 768
4:3
60* / 120**
HD
1280 x 720
16:9
60* / 120**
WXGA
1280 x 800
16:9
60* / 120**
Signal
Resolution (dots)
Aspect Ratio
Refresh Rate (Hz)
SDTV (480i)***
720 x 480
4:3 / 16:9
60
for Video Signal
* 60Hz signals are supported for Side-by-Side, Top-Bottom, and Frame Sequential formats.
** 120 Hz signals are supported for Frame Sequential format only.
*** Video signal (SDTV 480i) is supported for Frame Sequential format only.
HDMI 3D
In Frame packing format
Signal
Resolution (dots)
Aspect Ratio
Refresh Rate (Hz)
1080p
1920 x 1080
16:9
23.98/24
720p
1280 x 720
16:9
50/59.94/60
Signal
Resolution (dots)
Aspect Ratio
Refresh Rate (Hz)
1080i
1920 x 1080
16:9
50/59.94/60
Signal
Resolution (dots)
Aspect Ratio
Refresh Rate (Hz)
1080p
1920 x 1080
16:9
23.98/24
720p
1280 x 720
16:9
50/59.94/60
In Side by side format
In Top and Bottom format
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Component video
Signal
Resolution (dots)
Aspect Ratio
Refresh Rate (Hz)
HDTV (1080p)
1920 x 1080
16:9
50 / 60
HDTV (1080i)
1920 x 1080
16:9
50 / 60
HDTV (720p)
1280 x 720
16:9
50 / 60
SDTV (480p)
720 x 480
4:3 / 16:9
60
SDTV (576p)
720 x 576
4:3 / 16:9
50
SDTV (480i)
720 x 480
4:3 / 16:9
60
SDTV (576i)
720 x 576
4:3 / 16:9
50
Composite video
Signal
Aspect Ratio
Refresh Rate (Hz)
NTSC
4:3
60
PAL
4:3
50
PAL60
4:3
60
SECAM
4:3
50
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Projector specifications
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
Not all models can be purchased in your region.
Model name
Pro8510L
Pro8520WL
Pro8530HDL
Pro8800WUL
Product Specification
Resolution
Throw ratio
Display system
Lamp Type
0.55” XGA
0.65” WXGA
0.65” 1080p 0.67” WUXGA
(1024 x 768) (1280 x 800) (1920 x 1080) (1920 x 1200)
1.41~2.25
1.12~1.8
1.07~1.71
1-CHIP DMD
370 W (RCL-103)
Input connector
RGB-in
Component input
S-Video
Composite input
Audio-in
RCA R&L
Microphone
Mini USB
HDMI (1.4a)
HDMI/MHL
3D VESA
2
shared with RGB-in
1
1
2
1
1 (share with audio in 2)
1
3
1 (dongle)
1
Output connector
RGB-out
Audio-out
Speaker
USB type A (5V/
2A)
USB microUSB
Wire (5V/2A)
1
1
10 watt x 2
1
1
Control terminal
RS-232 serial
control
LAN
12V Trigger
IR receiver
IR connector
9 pin x 1
RJ45 x 1
1
2 (Font x1/Top x1)
1
Mechanical
Net Weight
6.3 Kg (13.9 lbs)
Electircal
Power Source
Power
Consumption
AC100–240V, 50–60 Hz
STD: 573.8 W (Max); ECO: 468.85W (Typical);
< 0.5 W (Standby)
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Environmental Requirements
Operating
Temperature
Operating Altitude
0°C–40°C at sea level
0–1499 m at 5°C–35°C
1500–3000 m at 5°C–25°C (with High Altitude Mode on)
Operating Relative
Humidity
10%–90% (without condensation)
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Copyright information
Copyright
Copyright 2016. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced,
transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system or translated into any language or
computer language, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, magnetic, optical,
chemical, manual or otherwise, without the prior written permission of ViewSonic
Corporation.
Disclaimer
ViewSonic Corporation makes no representations or warranties, either expressed or
implied, with respect to the contents hereof and specifically disclaims any warranties,
merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose. Further, ViewSonic Corporation
reserves the right to revise this publication and to make changes from time to time in the
contents hereof without obligation to notify any person of such revision or changes.
*DLP and Digital Micromirror Device (DMD) are trademarks of Texas Instruments. Others
are copyrights of their respective companies or organizations.
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Customer Support
For technical support or product service, see the table below or contact your reseller.
Note : You will need the product serial number.
Website
T= Telephone
C = CHAT ONLINE
Email
Australia
New Zealand
www.viewsonic.com.au
AUS= 1800 880 818
NZ= 0800 008 822
service@au.viewsonic.com
Canada
www.viewsonic.com
T= 1-866-463-4775
service.ca@viewsonic.com
Europe
www.viewsoniceurope.com www.viewsoniceurope.com/uk/support/call-desk/
Hong Kong
www.hk.viewsonic.com
T= 852 3102 2900
service@hk.viewsonic.com
India
www.in.viewsonic.com
T= 1800 419 0959
service@in.viewsonic.com
Korea
ap.viewsonic.com/kr/
T= 080 333 2131
service@kr.viewsonic.com
soporte@viewsonic.com
Country/Region
Latin America
(Argentina)
www.viewsonic.com/la/
C= http://www.viewsonic.com/
la/soporte/servicio-tecnico
Latin America
(Chile)
www.viewsonic.com/la/
C= http://www.viewsonic.com/
la/soporte/servicio-tecnico
soporte@viewsonic.com
Latin America
(Columbia)
www.viewsonic.com/la/
C= http://www.viewsonic.com/
la/soporte/servicio-tecnico
soporte@viewsonic.com
Latin America
(Mexico)
www.viewsonic.com/la/
C= http://www.viewsonic.com/
la/soporte/servicio-tecnico
soporte@viewsonic.com
Nexus Hightech Solutions, Cincinnati #40 Desp. 1 Col. De los Deportes Mexico D.F.
Tel: 55) 6547-6454 55)6547-6484
Other places please refer to http://www.viewsonic.com/la/soporte/servicio-tecnico#mexico
Latin America
(Peru)
www.viewsonic.com/la/
C= http://www.viewsonic.com/
la/soporte/servicio-tecnico
Macau
www.hk.viewsonic.com
T= 853-2840-3687
service@hk.viewsonic.com
Middle East
ap.viewsonic.com/me/
Contact your reseller
service@ap.viewsonic.com
Puerto Rico &
Virgin Islands
www.viewsonic.com
T= 1-800-688-6688 (English)
C= http://www.viewsonic.com/
la/soporte/servicio-tecnico
service.us@viewsonic.com
soporte@viewsonic.com
Singapore/
Malaysia/Thailand
www.ap.viewsonic.com
T= 65 6461 6044
service@sg.viewsonic.com
South Africa
ap.viewsonic.com/za/
Contact your reseller
service@ap.viewsonic.com
United States
www.viewsonic.com
T= 1-800-688-6688
service.us@viewsonic.com
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soporte@viewsonic.com
Limited Warranty
ViewSonic® Projector
What the warranty covers:
ViewSonic warrants its products to be free from defects in material and
workmanship, under normal use, during the warranty period. If a product proves to
be defective in material or workmanship during the warranty period, ViewSonic will,
at its sole option, repair or replace the product with a like product. Replacement
product or parts may include remanufactured or refurbished parts or components.
Limited Three (3) year General Warranty
Subject to the more limited one (1) year warranty set out below, North and South
America: Three (3) years warranty for all parts excluding the lamp, three (3) years
purchase.
Other regions or countries: Please check with your local dealer or local ViewSonic
Limited One (1) year Heavy Usage Warranty:
Under heavy usage settings, where a projector’s use includes more than fourteen
(14) hours average daily usage, North and South America: One (1) year warranty
for all parts excluding the lamp, one (1) year for labor, and ninety (90) days for the
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warranty for all parts excluding the lamp, one (1) year for labor, and ninety (90) days
Other regions or countries: Please check with your local dealer or local ViewSonic
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manufacturer’s installed lamp only. All accessory lamps purchased separately are
warranted for 90 days.
Who the warranty protects:
*
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What the warranty does not cover:
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%
2. Damage, deterioration, failure, or malfunction resulting from:
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instructions supplied with the product.
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c. Operation of the product for other than the normal intended use or not under
normal conditions.
d. Repair or attempted repair by anyone not authorized by ViewSonic.
e. Any damage of the product due to shipment.
f. Removal or installation of the product.
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i. Normal wear and tear.
j. Any other cause which does not relate to a product defect.
3. Removal, installation, and set-up service charges.
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How to get service:
1. For information about receiving service under warranty, contact ViewSonic
Customer Support (please refer to “Customer Support” page). You will need to
provide your product’s serial number.
2. To obtain warranted service, you will be required to provide (a) the original dated
sales slip, (b) your name, (c) your address, (d) a description of the problem, and
(e) the serial number of the product.
3. Take or ship the product freight prepaid in the original container to an authorized
ViewSonic service center or ViewSonic.
4. For additional information or the name of the nearest ViewSonic service center,
contact ViewSonic.
Limitation of implied warranties:
There are no warranties, express or implied, which extend beyond the description
particular purpose.
Exclusion of damages:
ViewSonic’s liability is limited to the cost of repair or replacement of the product.
ViewSonic shall not be liable for:
1. Damage to other property caused by any defects in the product, damages based
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business opportunity, loss of goodwill, interference with business relationships, or
other commercial loss, even if advised of the possibility of such damages.
2. Any other damages, whether incidental, consequential or otherwise.
3. Any claim against the customer by any other party.
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implied warranties and/or do not allow the exclusion of incidental or consequential
damages, so the above limitations and exclusions may not apply to you.
Sales outside the U.S.A. and Canada:
For warranty information and service on ViewSonic products sold outside of the
U.S.A. and Canada, contact ViewSonic or your local ViewSonic dealer.
The warranty period for this product in mainland China (Hong Kong, Macao and
Taiwan Excluded) is subject to the terms and conditions of the Maintenance
Guarantee Card.
For users in Europe and Russia, full details of warranty provided can be found in
www.viewsoniceurope.com under Support/Warranty Information.
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Mexico Limited Warranty
ViewSonic® Projector
What the warranty covers:
ViewSonic warrants its products to be free from defects in material and workmanship, under normal
use, during the warranty period. If a product proves to be defective in material or workmanship during
the warranty period, ViewSonic will, at its sole option, repair or replace the product with a like product.
Replacement product or parts may include remanufactured or refurbished parts or components &
accessories.
How long the warranty is effective:
3 years for all parts excluding the lamp, 3 years for labor, 1 year for the original lamp from the date of
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All accessory lamps purchased separately are warranted for 90 days.
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f. Any other cause which does not relate to a product defect.
3. Any product exhibiting a condition commonly known as “image burn-in” which results when a static
image is displayed on the product for an extended period of time.
4. Removal, installation, insurance, and set-up service charges.
How to get service:
For information about receiving service under warranty, contact ViewSonic Customer Support (Please
refer to the attached Customer Support page). You will need to provide your product’s serial number,
so please record the product information in the space provided below on your purchase for your future
use. Please retain your receipt of proof of purchase to support your warranty claim.
For Your Records
Product Name: ________________________ Model Number: ____________________________
Document Number: ____________________
Serial Number: ____________________________
Purchase Date: ________________________ Extended Warranty Purchase? _____________(Y/N)
If so, what date does warranty expire? __________
1. To obtain warranty service, you will be required to provide (a) the original dated sales slip, (b) your
name, (c) your address, (d) a description of the problem, and (e) the serial number of the product.
2. Take or ship the product in the original container packaging to an authorized ViewSonic service
center.
3. Round trip transportation costs for in-warranty products will be paid by ViewSonic.
Limitation of implied warranties:
There are no warranties, express or implied, which extend beyond the description contained herein
Exclusion of damages:
ViewSonic’s liability is limited to the cost of repair or replacement of the product. ViewSonic shall not
be liable for:
1. Damage to other property caused by any defects in the product, damages based upon
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loss of goodwill, interference with business relationships, or other commercial loss, even if advised
of the possibility of such damages.
2. Any other damages, whether incidental, consequential or otherwise.
3. Any claim against the customer by any other party.
4. Repair or attempted repair by anyone not authorized by ViewSonic.
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Contact Information for Sales & Authorized Service (Centro Autorizado de Servicio) within Mexico:
Name, address, of manufacturer and importers:
México, Av. de la Palma #8 Piso 2 Despacho 203, Corporativo Interpalmas,
Col. San Fernando Huixquilucan, Estado de México
Tel: (55) 3605-1099 http://www.viewsonic.com/la/soporte/index.htm
NÚMERO GRATIS DE ASISTENCIA TÉCNICA PARA TODO MÉXICO: 001.866.823.2004
Hermosillo:
Distribuciones y Servicios Computacionales SA de CV.
Calle Juarez 284 local 2
Col. Bugambilias C.P: 83140
Tel: 01-66-22-14-9005
E-Mail: disc2@hmo.megared.net.mx
Villahermosa:
Compumantenimietnos Garantizados, S.A. de C.V.
AV. GREGORIO MENDEZ #1504
COL, FLORIDA C.P. 86040
Tel: 01 (993) 3 52 00 47 / 3522074 / 3 52 20 09
E-Mail: compumantenimientos@prodigy.net.mx
Puebla, Pue. (Matriz):
RENTA Y DATOS, S.A. DE C.V. Domicilio:
29 SUR 721 COL. LA PAZ
72160 PUEBLA, PUE.
Tel: 01(52).222.891.55.77 CON 10 LINEAS
E-Mail: datos@puebla.megared.net.mx
Veracruz, Ver.:
CONEXION Y DESARROLLO, S.A DE C.V. Av. Americas # 419
ENTRE PINZÓN Y ALVARADO
Fracc. Reforma C.P. 91919
Tel: 01-22-91-00-31-67
E-Mail: gacosta@qplus.com.mx
Chihuahua
Soluciones Globales en Computación
C. Magisterio # 3321 Col. Magisterial
Chihuahua, Chih.
Tel: 4136954
E-Mail: Cefeo@soluglobales.com
Cuernavaca
Compusupport de Cuernavaca SA de CV
Francisco Leyva # 178 Col. Miguel Hidalgo
C.P. 62040, Cuernavaca Morelos
Tel: 01 777 3180579 / 01 777 3124014
E-Mail: aquevedo@compusupportcva.com
Distrito Federal:
QPLUS, S.A. de C.V.
Av. Coyoacán 931
Col. Del Valle 03100, México, D.F.
Tel: 01(52)55-50-00-27-35
E-Mail : gacosta@qplus.com.mx
Guadalajara, Jal.:
SERVICRECE, S.A. de C.V.
Av. Niños Héroes # 2281
Col. Arcos Sur, Sector Juárez
44170, Guadalajara, Jalisco
Tel: 01(52)33-36-15-15-43
E-Mail: mmiranda@servicrece.com
Guerrero Acapulco
GS Computación (Grupo Sesicomp)
Progreso #6-A, Colo Centro
39300 Acapulco, Guerrero
Tel: 744-48-32627
Monterrey:
Global Product Services
Mar Caribe # 1987, Esquina con Golfo Pérsico
Fracc. Bernardo Reyes, CP 64280
Monterrey N.L. México
Tel: 8129-5103
E-Mail: aydeem@gps1.com.mx
MERIDA:
ELECTROSER
Av Reforma No. 403Gx39 y 41
Mérida, Yucatán, México CP97000
Tel: (52) 999-925-1916
E-Mail: rrrb@sureste.com
Oaxaca, Oax.:
CENTRO DE DISTRIBUCION Y
SERVICIO, S.A. de C.V.
Murguía # 708 P.A., Col. Centro, 68000, Oaxaca
Tel: 01(52)95-15-15-22-22
Fax: 01(52)95-15-13-67-00
E-Mail. gpotai2001@hotmail.com
Tijuana:
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Av Ferrocarril Sonora #3780 L-C
Col 20 de Noviembre
Tijuana, Mexico
FOR USA SUPPORT:
ViewSonic Corporation
14035 Pipeline Ave. Chino, CA 91710, USA
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