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Multimedia LCD Projector
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About User's manual Thank you for purchasing the LCD projector.
Please read this user’s manual thoroughly to
ensure correct usage of the projector and its
features. After reading, store this instruction
manual in a safe place for future reference.
Projector Feature
1. Business/ Home theater projector.
2. Support P-scan / 3:2 pull down
3. Intelligent controlling fan system.
4.Two way keystone function, horizontal & vertical.
5.Auto ceiling function.
6.Still function, digital zoom
7.Slim type remote control.
The content of this manual is subject to change without period notice.
All rights reserved.
Issue of edition 0102.25_04
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Table of Contents
‧ Safety Instructions.............................................. 04
‧ Checking the Package Content.......................... 10
‧ Before Use
Names and Function of Each Part
Main Unit................................................... ...12
Keypad Control ............................................14
Rear View / IO Board ............................... ...16
Bottom View.............................................. .. 18
Remote Control............................................ 19
Inserting the batteries.......................................
.. 20
Installation
Setting Up the Projector............................... 23
Screen Size and Projection Distance............. 25
Adjusting the Image position..................... .. 26
Moving the Projector................................ .. 27
How to connect
Desktop PC................................................ .. 28
Laptop PC..................................................... 29
DVI-I port...................................................... 30
USB Mouse.................................................. 31
Video............................................................ 32
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Basic Operation
Turning on the Projector................................34
Adjusting the screen image...........................36
Turning off the power...................................37
Function of Menu(OSD)
Keypad operating.......................................... 38
Computer mode.......................................... .. 39
Video Mode................................................ .. 46
Maintenance and Troubleshooting
Cleaning the Projector.................................. 52
.. 52
Cleaning the Lens.........................................
Cleaning the Air filter.................................... 53
Lamp Replacement....................................... 54
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Indicator...........................................................
‧List of Monitor Displays Modes............................ 56
‧Specification............................................................ 57
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About the symbols
Various symbols are used in this instruction manual and on the
product itself to ensure correct usage, to prevent danger to the
users and others, and to prevent property damage. The meanings
of these symbols are described below. It is important that you
read these descriptions thoroughly and fully understand the contents.
Warning
This symbol indicates information that, if ignored, could
possibly result in personal injury or even death.
Caution
This symbol indicates information that, if ignored, could
result possibly in personal injury or physical damage.
Typical Symbols
This symbol indicates an additional warning (including cautions).
An illustration is provided to clarify the contents (for example:the
illustration to the left indicates danger of electrical shock)
This symbol indicates a prohibited action. The contents will be
clearly indicated in an illustration or description near the symbol (for
example: the symbol to the left indicates that disassembly is prohibited).
This symbol indicates a compulsory action. The contents will be
clearly indicated in an illustration or description near the symbol (for
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example:the symbol to the left shows that the power plug should be
disconnected from the power outlet).
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Warning
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If a problem should occur.
• If smoke or a strange odors arise, continued use could result in fire or electrical shock. In
such case, immediately turn off the power switch and then disconnect the power plug from
the power outlet. After making sure that the smoke or odor has stopped, contact your dealer
for repairs. Never attempt to make repairs yourself because this is dangerous.
• Do not use this projector if there is no image or sound, or if the sound is distorted. Continued
use could result in fire or electrical shock.In such case, immediately turn off the power switch;
disconnect the power plug from the power outlet and contact your dealer.
• If water enter the inside of this projector, immediately turn off the power switch, disconnect
the power plug from the power outlet and contact your dealer
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Do not install on an unstable surface.
• Do not install this projector on an unstable surface such as a wobbly stand or incline
because this could result in the projector falling and causing injury.
! Do not open the cabinet.
• Never open the cabinet.There is high voltage inside which can cause electrical shock.
Contact your dealer for internal inspection, adjustment and repair.
!
Do not modify.
• Do not modify this projector because this could result in fire or electrical shock.
! Do not use in the bathroom.
• Do not use this projector in the bathroom because this could result in fire or
electrical shock.
! Do not insert objects into the projector.
*Do not insert metal objects through the ventilation openings, etc., of this projector or
drop such objects inside because this could result in fire or electrical shock.
* If a foreign object enter this projector, immediately turn off the power switch,
disconnect the power plug from the power outlet and contact your dealer.
*Continued use could result in fire or electrical shock. Use special caution in
households
where
children
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Warnning
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Do not look through the lens when the lamp is on.
Never look through the lens when the lamp is on. The powerful
light could adversely affect vision. Use special caution in
households where children are present.
! Avoid shock or impact on the projector.
• If the projector fall, resulting in damage to the cabinet,
immediately turn off the power switch, disconnect the power
plug from the power outlet and contact your dealer.
• Continued use could result in fire or electrical shock.
!
Do not place this projector in a container containing liquid.
Do not place flower vases, flowerpots, cups, cosmetics,
liquids such as water, etc., on top of this projector.
! Do not use any power cable except those supplied with
the projector.
• The use of any other power cable could result in fire or electrical
shock.
!
Do not shine the laser beam onto yourself or other
• The laser pointer function of projector remote control emits class II
laser beam. Do not look directly into the laser beam outlet or direct
the laser beam at other people. Vision can be impaired if the laser
beam enters the eyes. Especially pay attention if children are
present.
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High temperatures are generated when the lamp is lit; so do
not place objects in front of the lens.
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Caution
Placing heavy objects on top of this projector could result in loss of
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balance or falling and cause personal injury or damage the projector.
! Do not block the ventilation openings.
• Do not block the ventilation openings of this projector.
Blocking ventilation could lead to internal overheating which
could result in fire.
! Do not place this projector on its side during use or push it into a
small, poorly ventilated location.
• Do not place this projector on a carpet or bedding or cover it with
a tablecloth, etc. Also, when installing this projector, make sure the
ventilation openings are at least 30cm(12in)clearance around the
projector.
!
Care and maintenance.For safety purposes, disconnect the power
plug from the power outlet before starting the care and
maintenance of this projector.
! Battery usage.
• Replace the batteries with the same type only. Do not mix old
and new batteries ; this could result in fire or personal injury due to
battery cracking or leakage.
• Make sure the plus and minus terminals are correctly aligned
when loading the batteries. Incorrect loading could result in
personal injury or contamination of the surroundings due to
battery cracking or leakage.
! Have the projector interor cleaned regularly. Contact your
dealer
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*Ask your dealer for details about internal cleaning.
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Caution
!Avoid installation in humid or dusty locations.
• Do not install this projector in a humid or dusty location.
This could result in fire or electrical shock.
! Do not handle the power cord roughly.
! Keep the power cord away from heaters; the heat could melt
the power cord and cause fire or electrical shock.
!Do not touch the power plug with wet hands; this could result
in electrical shock.
! When disconnecting the power plug, do not pull on the
power cord. This could damage the power cord and cause fire or
electrical shock. Always grip the plug when disconnecting.
!When the projector is not to be used for an extended period.
If the projector is not to be used for an extended period because of
travel,etc., disconnect the power plug from the power outlet and
replace lens cover.
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Location of product safety labels
*Safety labels are used on or within the projector to alert you to items or
areas requiring your attention.
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Never look into the lens
w hile the pr ojector is on.
Name card
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Checking the Package Contents
Projector with Lens cover
Remote Control ( included battery)
Power Cord
S-Video
Audio/Video Cable
Computer cable
Speaker Cable
Filter Sponge
User's Manual (included CD)
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Optional Contents
1. Remote control
(Type 2, with remote mouse
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and Laser point function)
2. USB Mouse
( support type 2 remote control)
3. DVI Cable
4. RGB -DVI Adapter
5. YPbPr-RGB Cable
6. Carring Bag
7. Filter Sponge
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Part Names and Function:
Main Unit
8. Control panel
Speaker
Outlet ventilation
4.Filter cover( Bottom)
1.Zoom ring
2. Focus ring
3 Front IR receiver
6 Foot adjuster button
7. Lens cover
5. Front/ Rear adjustable foot
1. Zoom Ring
Use the Zoom Ring to adjust the size of the projected image.
Rotate the Zoom Ring until the image is the desired size.
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Focus
Ring
Use the Focus Ring to focus the projector image.
Rotate the Focus Ring until the image is clear.
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3. Front IR receiver
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When using the remote control,point the remote control at this sensor..
4.Filter cover
Prevents dust and other foreign particles from being drawn into projector.
Remove the Filter cover to clean the air filter.
5.Front / Rear adjustable foot
Extend and retract to adjust the projection angle
6.Foot adjuster button
Lock/unlock the adjustable foot.
7.Lens cover
Attach when not using to protect the lens from becoming dirty or damaged
8.Control panel ( key pads )
Operating system.
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Keypad control
9. Lamp indicator
8. Power indicator
7. Keystone
6. Menu-left/right, Menu- up/down
3. Blank
ESC
1.Power
Enter
2.Input source
4. Auto
5. Menu
1.Power button
Power on / operation mode, Standby mode, Cooling-down mode
2. INPUT Computer source
Selects between RGB input sourceComputer 1 → Computer 2/RGB or
Computer 2/YPbPr → DVI → AV
→ S-Video → Component Video (YcbCr)
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Automatically adjusts the setting to match the current input.
5. Menu
Display or hides the OSD main menu page.
6.Menu-up /down,Menu-right / left
Selecting OSD menu item up or down /
Selecting and adjusting the function of OSD menu item
7. Keystone
Adjusts the vertical keystone with menu-right, menu-left
8.Power indicator
Lights on or flashes to indicate the operating status of the
projector(See Page 56 )
9. Lamp indicator
Indicate a problem in the internal projector temperature, lamp
cover or cooling down.(See Page 56)
10.ESC
Enters into last status at OSD Menu or hides the OSD Menu
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Rear View / IO Board
12.Rear IR receiver
Security lock
10. Power socket
Inle t Ventilation
9.USB mouse connector
11. Power switch 8.Audio in
C ontrol(R S -232C )
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7. Video/Audio
1. Computer1/ DVI connector
Input Analog / Digital RGB video signal from a computer
2. Computer2 / Y Pb Pr (Component video) connector
Analog RGB video signal from a computer or
Component Video (Y,Pb,Pr) signal form the video source .
3. Monitor out connector
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4. Control (RS-232C)
Serial data port for controlling the projector with a computer
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or other RS-232 control device.
5. S-Video connector
S-Video signal from a video source.
6. Component Video connector ( Y,Cb,Cr)
Component video (Y,Cb,Cr) signal from a video source.
7. Audio out connector
Connecting to an external speaker system.
8. Audio in1/DVI
Stereo mini jack for PC input
9. USB mouse connector
Connects a USB mouse cable to a computer to control
computer mouse functions.
10. Power socket
Connects the power core to this connection.
11. Power switch
Turns the power on/off.
12. Rear IR receiver
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When using the remote control, point the remote control
at this sensor.
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Bottom View
1.Suspension bracket fixing points (3)
2.Air filter cover
Front adjustable foot
Front adjustable foot
EMI Label
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Name card
3.Remote controller
1. Suspension bracket fixing points(3 points)
Install the optional ceiling mount here when suspending
the projector from the ceiling.
2. Air filter cover
Prevents dust and other foregin particles from being drawn
into the projector.
3. Remote control
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8.
Power
Power on / operation
Auto
Refresh the current image.
INPUT
mode, Standby mode,
9.
Cooling-down mode
Menu down/Menu up,
Menu left/ Menu right
2.
Selecting and adjusting
Esc
the function of OSD
Enters into last
status at OSD menu
or hides the OSD menu.
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menu item
+
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INPUT source
Select input source:
3.
Volume up/
Computer 1 → Computer 2/RGB
down
Sound louder or lower
Keystone
Still
4.
, Computer 2/YPbPr → DVI →
Composite Video → S- Video →
B lank
Component Video (YCbCr)。
Menu
Display or hide the
OSD main menu page.
5.
Keystone
Adjusts the horizontal and vertical keystone function
6.
Still
Still
Keep the current image on the screen.
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B lank
Blank
Hide the current image, Become black screen
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Remote Control Batteries Installation
1. Remove the battery cover.
2. Loading the batteries.
Make sure the plus and minus poles
are correctly oriented.
3. Close the battery cover.
Caution
• Avoid excessive heat and humidity.
• Do not drop the remote control.
• Do not expose the remote control to water or moisture, this could result in malfunction.
• When the remote control will not be used for an extened period, remove the batteries.
• Replace the batteries when remote control operation becomes sluggish or unresponsive.
• Do not place the remote control close to the cooling fan of the projector.
• Do not disassemble the remote control. If the remote control needs service.
Please bring it to the service station.
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Remote Control-Type 2 (optional)
1. Power
10.Computer source
Power on / operation
Selects between RGB
mode, Standby mode,
input source —computer1,
Cooling-down mode
computer2 /RGB,
2. Laser Pointer
computer2/Y, Pb, Pr, DVI
Use laser pointer
11. Video source
from remote control.
Select between Video
1
3. Mouse Left
2
input source – Composite
Mouse left
Video,S-Video, Y Cb Cr
multipurpose key.
Video
4. Mouse Right
Mouse right
multipurpose key.
OSD main menu page
12. Auto Sync
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5. Menu
Display or hides the
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Refresh the current image.
13. PIP
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Show picture in picture
function.
14. Blank
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Hide the current image,
down
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Become black color on
Selects OSD menu
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6. Menu-up / Menu-
item up or down
7. Menu-right / Menu-left
Selecting and adjusting
the function of OSD menu item
8. Keystone up / down
Adjusts the horizontal keystone function.
9. Volume up / down
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the screen
15. Still
Keep the current image
on the screen.
16.Mute
Mute audio
17.Zoom+ / ZoomZoom in orZoom out
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18. Point button
Select an item or adjusts
value in the On-Screen
Menu.
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Remote Control Batteries Installation
Loading AAA batteries into the remote control.
1. Remove the battery cover.
Push the knob while lifting up the battery cover.
2. Loading the batteries.
Make sure the plus and minus poles are correctly oriented.
3. Close the battery cover.
Caution
• Avoid excessive heat and humidity.
• Do not drop the remote control.
• Do not expose the remote control to water or moisture, this could result in malfunction.
• When the remote control will not be used for an extened period, remove the batteries.
• Replace the batteries when remote control operation becomes sluggish or unresponsive.
• Do not place the remote control close to the cooling fan of the projector.
• Do not disassemble the remote control. If the remote control needs service..
Please bring it to the service station.
Warning
The laser pointer function emits a class II laser beam. Do not look directly into the laser
beam outlet or point the laser beam at other people. Vision can be impaired by shining the
beam into the eyes.
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Installation
Setting Up the Projector
The projector supports the following four different projection methods
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* Front projection
* Rear
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* Rear ceiling projection
* Front ceiling projection
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A special method of installion is required in order to suspend the
projector from the ceiling.Please ask your dealer for details.
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Screen Size and Projection Distance
The distance between the projector and screen determines the actual
image size.Refer to the table below to determine the image size at a
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given distance..
1. XGA F: # 1.75
Image Size(inch)
Distance(M)
30
40
1.17
1.55
1.40
1.86
50
60
1.93
2.32
2.32
2.77
80
100
3.08
3.84
3.69
4.60
200
260
7.66
9.94
9.17
11.92
1.17~1.40
1.55~1.86
1.93~2.32
2.32~2.77
3.08~3.69
3.84~4.60
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9.94~11.92
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Adjusting the Image Position
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Use the adjustable feet at the front of the projector to set the image height.
Rotate the adjustable feet at the rear of the projector to fine-tune the image
position.
*When the feet are adjusted, it may cause the shape of the projected images
to become distorted. Use the keystone correction function to correct this
distortion.
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*To retract the front adjustable feet, keep press the feet release button. The
front adjustable foot will slowly retract inside the projector.
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Moving the projector
1.Use the carrying bag when moving the projector.(option)
2.Replace the lens cover and retract the front adjustable foot when
moving the projector to prevent damage to the projector.
Caution
The optional carry bag is intended to protect the projector from dust
and scratches on the surface of the cabinet. It is not designed to protect
the projector from external shock.
Do not transport the projector in an unsuitable transport case by using
a courier or transport service. This may cause damage to the
projector.
Carrying bag
(Optional , please contact BOXLIGHT for more information)
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How to Connect
Desktop PC
Before starting, make sure that the projector and computer are both
turned off.
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1. Connect the computer cable.
1.1 Connect either end of the computer cable to the projector’s
computer 2 / Y Pb Pr input port.
1.2 Disconnect the monitor cable from the computer and connect
the other end of the terminal where the monitor cable is
disconnected from the computer.
1.3 If needed, connect the monitor cable of the computer monitor
to the projector’s Computer out.
1.4 Tighten the screw on all connectors.
Desktop PC
1.
2.Connect the audio cable if necessary.
2.1 Connect one end of the audio cable to the Audio in 2 jack on
the projector.
2.2 Connect the other end of the audio cable to the audio output on
the computer sound card.
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Laptop PC
PC laptop computer
Before beginning, make sure that the projector and laptop are both
turned off.
1. Connect the computer cable.
1.1 Connect either end of the computer cable to the projector’s
computer 2 / Y Pb Pr input port.
1.2 Connect the other end of the project cable to the monitor out
connection on the laptop.
1.3 Tighten the screw on all connectors.
Laptop PC
1.
2.Connect the audio cable if necessary.
2.1 Connect one end of the audio cable to the Audio in 2 jack on
the projector.
2.2 Connect the other end of the audio cable to the audio output
port on the laptop PC.
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PC desktop computer (DVI-I port)
before beginning, make sure that the projector and computer are both
turned off.
1. Connect the computer DVI cable.(optional)
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1.1Connect either end of the DVIcable to the projector’s computer
1 input port.
1.2 Disconnect the monitor cable from the computer and connect
the other end of the terminal where the monitor cable is disconnected from the computer.
1.3 Tighten the screw on all connectors.
Desktop PC
1.
2.Connect the audio cable if necessary.
2.1 Connect one end of the audio cable to the Audio in 1jack on the
projector.
2.2 Connect the other end of the audio cable to the audio output port
on the computer.
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USB Mouse
USB mouse compatible MS-Window98/2000/NT/XP/Me,
Macintosh :OS8.6~10.1, and a Microsoft Mouse driver installed.
1.Insert the end of the USB Cable (B-Type) to the projector’s USB port.
2.Connect the end of the USB Cable (A-type) to the computer’s USB
port.
3.When the projector and computer are turned on, the appropriate
drivers should load automatically.
USB,A-type
USB,B-type
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A. Connect to a video source
The Projector can receive composite Video/stereo-audio, S-Video or Component
video(YCbCr) signals.
1. The composite video and stereo-audio inputs are yellow, white and red RCA
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connect on the projector. Connect the yellow RCA plug at one end of the video/stereoaudio cable to the yellow video jack. Connect the other yellow RCA plug to the videoout jack on the video source.
2. The red and White connections are audio connectors. To use the projector speakers
connect the audio cable between the projector and the audio source as shown below.
2.1. Insert the write plug into the L-Jack and red plug into the R-Jack.
2.2. Connect the other end of the cable to the output jacks of the audio source.
Video
3. For the S-Video, insert one end of the S-Video cable into the
projector’s S-Video jack. Insert the other one end in the S-Video out
jack on your S-Video source.
Video
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4. For the Component video(Y,Cb,Cr) input uses the green, red, and blue RCA
connections on the back of the projector. Connect the green RCA plug at one
end of the component video cable to the projector’s Y Jack( green color).
Connect the blue RCA plug at one end of the component video cable to the
projector’s Cb jack (blue color). Connect the red RCA plug at one end of the
component video cable to the projector’s Cr Jack(red color).
Note : When using the S-Video or Y, Cb, Cr input, connect the video/stereoaudio cable to the red and white R and L jack on the projector: Insert the red
RCA plug to the right channel and white RCA plug to the left channel.
Video
B.Connect to a Component Video(RGB) source
The Projector can receiver Component Video(RGB) signals.
1. Use the optional HD15/component video cable to connect the video
source to the Computer 2/ Y,Pb,Pr connector at the rear of the
projector.
Video
Note : for RGB Video’s audio sound, connect the video/stereo-audio
cable
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Basic Operation
Turning on the projector
Procedure
1. Check the power is turned off for the projector and all components
connected to the projector.
2. Remove the lens cover.
3. Connect the power cord to the projector.
4. Turn on the power switch.
5. Press the
button on the control panel or [POWER] button on the remote
control.
5.
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6.The power indicator will flash green .
7.Press the [ VIDEO]/[PC] button on the control panel or the Computer/
Video buttons on the remote controller to select the appropriate source.
8.Using the zoom ring to adjust the screen size.
9.Using the focus ring to adjust the focus.
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Adjust the Screen Image
1.Adjusting the image size
Turn the zoom ring on the projector to adjustor to adjust the image
2.Adjusting the image height.
Extend or retract the front adjustable foot to adjust the height of the
image.
3.Correcting Keystone Distortion
Using the [
Keystone]button on the projector’s control panel.
*Correcting vertical keystone distortion
Enter
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Turning off the projector
1. Press the
button on the projector or remote control. The power
off confirmation message appears. If you do not want to power off the
projector, ignore the message and it will disappear.
2. Press the power button again and the projector will enter cool-down
mode. The lamp shuts off, the lamp indicator flashes red, and the fans
continue to run for approximately two minutes. During the cool down
sequence the projector will not respond to any control panel or remote
control buttons.
Caution: Do not set the power switch to off or unplug the projector during the
cool down sequence. Not allowing the lamp to cool properly will greatly reduce
the life of the lamp.
3.After the cool-down sequence is complete the fans will shut off and
the lamp indicator will stop flashing. The projector is now in standby
mode and can be turned back on with the remote control or control
panel. If the projector will not be used for an extended period, set the
power switch to off and disconnect the power cord.
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Functions of Menu(OSD)
Keypad Operating:
2.
4.
7.
8.
Enter
1.
1.
3.
5.
6.
9.
: Turn on and turn off the projector
2. BLANK : Blanks the projected image. If the projector is left in Blank
mode for more than 15 minutes, the projector will automatically
shut off the lamp and enter cool-down mode.
3. INPUT : Selects VIDEO or PC input source.
4.
:Adjusts the vertical keystone with the right and left arrow buttons.
5. AUTO : Automatically adjusts the setting to match the current input.
6.
: Up / Down arrow button, used to navigate through the OSD Menus.
7.
: Right / Left arrow button, used to select and adjust OSD Menu
functions and Volume
8. ESC: Exit the menu
9. MENU: Enter or exit the main menu (Show and hide the OSD)
** There is a “ quick Key” on the remote control and projector keypad
as well.
*Press the “ Volume” button on remote control you can adjust value
and select between Brightness- Contrast-Keystone-Volume directly.
There is the same function for pressing the
button on the
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PC Mode
brightness
-123-
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contrast
-123-
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color temp
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user red
user blue
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user green
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Brightness
- 6 4/+ 63
A d justs the overall image b rightness
C o ntrast
- 6 4/+ 63
A d justs the difference b etw een light and d ark
areas of the image
C o lor Temp
A d justs the co lor temperature of the image
65 0 0K
73 00 K
93 0 0K
U ser
U ser
Red
U ser G reen
U ser Blue
S ets colo r temp erature to 6 50 0K
S ets colo r temp erature to 7 30 0K
S ets colo r temp erature to 9 30 0K
Enable the sep arate U ser colo r temp erature
ad justmens o f each RG B co lo r
- 12 8/+ 12 7
- 12 8/+ 12 7
- 12 8/+ 12 7
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Volume
-12-
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base
-12-
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treble
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2 . A U D IO
Vo lum e
0 /+ 3 1
A d justs the vo lum e
B a se
- 8 /+ 7
A d justs the b a se to ne
Tre b le
- 8 /+ 7
M ute
O n/O ff
A d justs the tre b le to ne
M ute s the vo lume o n/o ff
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h position
-123-
v position
-123-
phase
-123-
frequency
-123-
keystone V -123keystone H -123auto sync
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3. SETTING
H position
-128/+127
Move the image position horizontally
V position
-128/+127
Move the image position vertically
Phase
-128/+127
Set the synchronization polarity
Frequency
1294/1394
Set the horizontal scanning frequency
Keystone V
-128/+127
Corrects vertical keystone distortion in image
Keystone H
-128/+127
Corrects horizontal keystone distortion in image
Auto sync
Auto search
Execute
on/off
Sets all of the above setting automatically
Search signal source automatically.
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zoom/pan
execute
still
off
on
blank
off
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reset all
execute
resize
4:3
language
English
select source
execute
Computer 2 Mode
RGB
select source
computer 1
computer 2(RGB)
computer2(Y,Pb,Pr)
DVI
video
s-video
Y Pb Pr
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4.AD VAN CE
Zoom/ pan
Execute
Enlarge or reduce the size of the image, pan an image
to view images that are larger than the display area
S till
O n/off
F reezes the current image on the screen
Blank
O n/off
Hides the image, displays a blank, black screen*(see
below)
Reset all
Execute
Resets all O S D M enu functions to their factory
default values*( see below)
Language
Eng
S elect source
C omputer2
mode
S elect the language that the O S D M enu and on
screen massage are displayed in English/ C hinese(s)/
C hinese(t)/ Italian / S panish/ F rench /German
S elect the input source from:
C omputer1/ C omputer2(RGB) / C omputer2
(Y,P b,P r)/ DVI / video / s- video / Y,C b,C r
RGB/Y,- S witches computer2 input: RGB / Y,P b,P r
P b,P r
*Blank on
If the projector is left in Blank mode for more than 15 minutes, the projector will
automatically shut off the lamp and enter cool-down mode.
*Reset all
1. After you press [reset all] of the OSD menu, the following confirmation message
will appear on the screen.
2. Please press the Menu-right button on the remote control or
button on the
keypad to reset the OSDMenu values. Please ignore the message to exit the message
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PIP size
off
PIP Source
brightness
-123-
contrast
-123-
sharpness
-123-
1
2
3
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color
-123-
tint
-123-
O ff 123
Sets the PIP image size
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5. PIP
PIP size
PIP Position
PIP source
9- position
M oves the PIP image position
AV,S,YPbPr Selects the PIP input source
PIP brightness
-64/+63
Adjusts the brightness of the PIP image
PIP contract
-64/+63
Adjusts the difference between light and dark
areas of PIP image
PIP sharpness
- 128/+127
Adjusts the image sharpness of the PIP image
PIP color
- 128/+127
Adjusts the color intensity of PIP image
PIP tint
- 128/+127
Adjusts the tint of the PIP image
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6. PRESENTATION
Auto ceiling
On/off
Automatically
Automatically inverts the image when the projector is
turned upside down i.e. when the projector is
mounted on the ceiling
Front
Execute
Normal projection mode
Ceiling
Execute
Inverts the image vertically,used when the projector is
mounted upside down
Rear
Excute
Inverts the image horizontally, used when projecting
onto a rear projection screen
Celing and
Rear
Excute
Inverts the image horizontally and vertically, used when
the projector is mounted upside down and projecting
onto a rear projection screen
mode
Normal
Economic mode reduces the lamp brightness
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Video Mode
brightness
-123-
contrast
-123-
sharpness
-123-
color
-123-
tint
-123-
color tem p
6500
R user red
G user green
-123-
B
user blue
-123-123-
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1. PICTURE
Brightness
-64/+63
Adjusts the overall image brightness
Contrast
-64/+63
Adjusts the difference between light and dark areas
of the image
Sharpness
-128/+127
Adjusts the image sharpness
Color
-64/+63
Adjusts the image color
Tint
-64/+63
Adjusts the image tint
Color Temp
Adjusts the color temperature of the image
6500K
7300K
9300K
User
Sets color temperature to 6500K
Sets color temperature 7300K
Sets color temperature 9300K
Enable the separate User color temperature
adjustmens of each RGB color
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User Green
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Volume
-12-
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base
-12-
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treble
-12-
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mute
off
on
2. AUD IO
Volume
0/+31
Adjusts the volume
Base
-8/+7
Adjusts the base tone
Treble
-8/+7
Adjusts the treble tone
Mute
O n/O ff
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h position
-123-
v position
-123-
phase
-123-
frequency
-123-
keystone V -123keystone H -123auto sync
auto search
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off
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3. SETTING
H position
-128/+127
Move the image position horizontally
V position
-128/+127
Move the image position vertically
Phase
-128/+127
Set the synchronization polarity
Frequency
1294/1394
Set the horizontal scanning frequency
Keystone V
-128/+127
Corrects vertical keystone distortion in image
Keystone H
-128/+127
Corrects horizontal keystone distortion in image
Auto sync
Auto search
Execute
on/off
Sets all of the above setting automatically
Search signal source automatically.
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zoom/pan
execute
still
off
on
blank
off
on
reset all
execute
resize
4:3
language
English
select source
execute
Computer 2 Mode
RGB
select source
computer 1
computer 2(RGB)
computer2(Y,Pb,Pr)
DVI
video
s-video
Y Pb Pr
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Zo o m/ p an
Execute
Temp o rarily enlarge a p o rtio n o f the ima ge and
view p o rtio ns o f the image that are no t visib le in the
d isp lay a re a.
S till
O n/o ff
F ree zes the current image o n the screen
B lank
O n/o ff
H id es the image, d isp la ys a b lank , b lack
screen* (see b elo w )
R eset a ll
Execute
R esets all O S D M enu functio ns to their facto ry
d efault value s* ( se e b elo w )
Language
Eng
S elect so urce
C o mp uter2
mo d e
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S elect the language that the O S D M enu and o n
screen massa ge are d isp layed in English/
C hinese(s)/ C hine se(t)/ Ita lian / S p anish/ F rench
/G erman
S elect the inp ut so urce fro m:
C o mp ute r1 / C o mp uter2 (R G B ) / C o mp uter2
(Y,P b ,P r)/ D V I / vid e o / s- vid eo / Y,C b ,C r
R G B /Y,P b ,Pr
S w itc hes c o mp uter2 inp ut: R G B / Y,P b ,P r
*Blank on
If the projector is left in Blank mode for more than 15 minutes, the projector will
automatically shut off the lamp and enter cool-down mode.
*Reset all
1. After you press [reset all] of the OSD menu, the following confirmation message
will appear on the screen.
2. Please press the Menu-right button on the remote control or
button on the
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6. PRESENTATION
Auto ceiling
On/off
Automatically
Automatically inverts the image when the projector is
turned upside down i.e. when the projector is
mounted on the ceiling
Front
Execute
Normal projection mode
Ceiling
Execute
Inverts the image vertically,used when the projector is
mounted upside down
Rear
Excute
Inverts the image horizontally, used when projecting
onto a rear projection screen
Celing and
Rear
Excute
Inverts the image horizontally and vertically, used when
the projector is mounted upside down and projecting
onto a rear projection screen
mode
Normal
Economic mode reduces the lamp brightness
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Cleaning the projector
Warning: Always unplug the projector before performing any
maintenance.
Clean the projector case by wiping it gently with a soft cloth.
If necessary, the case can be cleaned using a neutral detergent and a soft
cloth ensoure the case is complete dry before turning the projector back
on.
Cleaning the lens
Use a commercially-available air blower, or use a lens cleaning paper
and lens cleaner approved for use on optical coatings.
Do not clean the lens with harsh materials or subject the lens to shock, as
it can easily become damaged.Close the lens cover when the projector
not in use.
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Cleaning the Air Filter
A.When the air filter becomes clogged with dust, etc., the projector
power may overheat and turn itself off to prevent internal damage.
When cleaning the filter, stand the projector up on its side to prevent
dust from entering the projector. Use a vacuum to remove the dust from
the outside of the air filter. Do not operate the projector with the air
filter removed.
B.Clean the air filter every 100- hours .
*If the filter difficult to clean or if it is deteriorating, it should be
replaced
1.Remove the filter cover on the bottom of projector.
2.Pull out the air filter.
3.Installing the new air filter.
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Lamp Replacement
When the life of the projector lamp of this projector draws to an end, the
projector would give a signal to remind you to replace the lamp with a
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new one promptly.In order to maintain the lamp work efficiently
Caution: Need to cool- down the projector at lease 15 minutes
before you open the lamp cover. And make sure the projecoter is
swiched off.
Lamp cover
Follow these steps to replace the lamp.
1. Turn over the projector. Loosen the screw and
remove the lamp cover.
2. Loosen 2 screw of the lamp and pull out the
lamp.
3. Replace the lamp with a new one and tighten the 2 screws back into position.
Make sure that the lamp is set properly. Replace the lamp cover and tighten the
screw.
Caution: Do not drop a lamp or touch a glass bulb! The glass can shatter and
may cause injury.
Note: 1. If the customer open the lamp cover when the projector is on, the lamp will
switch off automatically.
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Indicators
The Power and lamp indicators show the status of the projector. Before requesting
repair, check the projector status using the chart below. If the problem cannot be
resolved contact your dealer
Power (Green)
Slow flashing
Lamp(Red)
Conditions
Stand by mode
SignalNotes
Off
On
Off
On mode
*Projector is on and operating normally
On
Slow flashing
Cool-down
*Projector is in cool-down mode and will not
respond to user imput (normal)
On
Fast flashing
mode
Fan-fault mode
Fast flashing
On
Lamp-cover
open
* Projector is ready to be turned on (normal)
* The projector has detected a problem with an
internal fan, the lamp will shut off automatically,
contact your dealer.
*The lamp cover is open or there is a problem
with the lamp. If the lamp door is closed and
replaceing the lamp dose not correct the issue,
contact your dealer
Fast flashing
Fast flashing
High
temperature
*The projector has overheated and shut the lamp
off. Correct the over temp condition immediately.
1. Check that the ventilation slots are free from
obstructions.
2. If the condition persists, contact your dealer.
3. Check the cleanliness of the air filter.
S ympto m
P o ssib le cause
Remedy
The po wer is
no t turned on
*The main pow er sw itch is not turned o n.
*The pow er cord is disco nnected.
*Turn on the main pow er sw itch.
*P lug the p ower co rd into an A C pow er outlet.
N o Video or
audio
*The input is no t co rrectly connected .
*N o signal inp ut
*S elect the ap propriate inp ut source
*C o nnect correctly
N o audio
*The projector is no t co rrectly connected .
*The vo lume is set to minimum.
*M ute is turned on
*C o nnect correctly.
*P ress VO LUM E+ o n the remote contro l or d isplay
the menu screen and adjust the volume.
*P ress theM UTE b utto n.
N o image
*The projector is no t co rrectly connected .
* C o nnect co rrectly
Image are dark
*Brightness and contrast are not correctly
adjusted.
*The lamp is nearing the end of its
service life
*Ad just the setting of C omputer
mod e in the O S DM enu.
*Replace w ith a new lamp .
*F ocus orRGB p hase is out of adjustment
*Ad just the fo cus p hase.
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List of Supported Monitor Displays
Signal
Refresh Rate
(Hz)
Resolution
VGA
70
640X350
VGA
60
640X480
VGACGA
60
640X400
VGA text
720X400
VESA
720X350
VESA
60/72/75/85
640X480
SVGA
56/60/72/75/85
800X600
XGA
60/70/75/85
1024X768
SXGA
60/70/75
1280X1024
TV(480i),NTSC
60
TV(575i),PAL
50
SDTV(480p)
60
HDTV(720p)
60
1280X720
HDTV(1080i)
30
1920x1080
Mac13
67
640X480
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Multimedia LCD Projector
Mac16
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832X824
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75
1024X768
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Specification
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Projection Display
Resolution
Projection Lens
Epson0.7” Poly Silicon TFT LCDx3
True XGA, 1024x768
Manual,F#1.75~2.10,f=26.7~32.0mm
Image Size
Projection distance
30”~260”
1.25~8.8m(4.1~28.9’)
Uniformity
Color Temperature
Typical 85% image center-to-corner
6400 K~ 6800K
Scanning Frequency
Video Compatibility
Computer Compatibility
Horizontat 15~100kHz, V-syns.43~120Hz
NTSC,PAL,SECAM,HDTV 1080i/720P/480P
SXGA,XGA,VGA,MAC
Computer: x1 DVI
Computer : x1 Mini D-sub 15pin
Monitor out: x1 Mini D-sub 15pin
Inputs/Outputs
Audio in 1 : x1 mini jack
Control(RS-232)
S-Video :
Video:
x1 Mini D N 4pin
x1 RCA pin Jack
Mouse:
x1 USB connector(B-type)
Component x1 RCA pin jack
Power Consumption
Power Supply
270Watts / 250Watts
350W fully range from 100V~240V 50/60Hz
Installation
Dimension(WxHxD)
Front/Rear/Ceiling
278x104x294mm
Weight
Operation Temperature
Storage Temperature
Operation Humidity
Digital Keystone Correction
Aspect Ratio
3.2kg
+5~+35 degree
-10~+60 degree
20~80%RH
+-15 degree(H/V)
4:3 (support16:9)
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Multimedia LCD Projector
Boxlight (“Boxlight”) war ran that each CP-740e or CP-730e (“the Product”) sold
hereunder will conform to and function in accordance with the written specifications of
Boxlight. Said limited warranty shall apply only to the first person or entity that
purchases the Product for personal or business use and not for the purpose of distribution or resale. Said warranty shall continue for a period of two (2) years from the date
of such purchase. The standard limited warranty excludes the lamps in projectors after
120 days or 500 hours (whichever comes first) and the accessories after one year.
Boxlight does not warrant that the Product will meet the specific requirements of the
first person or entity that purchases the Product for personal or business use.
Boxlight’s liability for the breach of the foregoing limited warranty is limited to the
repair or replacement of the Product or refund of the purchase price of the Product, at
Boxlight’s sole option. Replacement Product may be re-furbished in “like-new”
condition, at Boxlight’s sole discretion. To exercise the Purchaser’s rights under the
foregoing warranty, the Product must be returned at the Purchaser’s sole cost and
expense, to Boxlight or to any authorized Boxlight service center provided, and the
Product must be accompanied by a written letter explaining the problem and which
includes (i) proof of date of purchase; (ii) the dealer’s name; and (iii) the model and
serial number of the Product. When sending your unit in for repair, please ship your
unit in its original packing material or a Boxlight approved ATA Shipping Case, or
have a professional packaging company pack the unit. Please insure your shipment for
its full value. A return authorization number, issued by the Boxlight customer
service department, must also be clearly displayed on the outside of the shipping
carton containing the Product.
English
LIMITED WARRANTY
WARRANTY LIMITATION AND EXCLUSION
Boxlight shall have no further obligation under the foregoing limited warranty if the
Product has been damaged due to abuse, misuse, neglect, accident, unusual physical or
electrical stress (unusual physical and electrical stress includes unusually long
operation, exposure to smoke and other airborne contaminants), unauthorized
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modifications, tampering, alterations, or service other than by Boxlight or its authorized agents, causes other than from ordinary use or failure to properly use the Product
in the application for which said Product is intended.
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DISCLAIMER OF UNSTATED WARRANTIES
THE WARRANTY PRINTED ABOVE IS THE ONLY WARRANTY APPLICABLE TO THIS
English
PURCHASE. ALL OTHER
WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE
IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MER-CHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES
THAT EXTEND BEYOND THE FACE HEREOF AND THE FOREGOING WARRANTY
SHALL NOT BE EXTENDED,
ALTERED OR VARIED EXCEPT BY WRITTEN INSTRUMENT SIGNED BY BOXLIGHT.
SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY MAY LAST, SO SUCH LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
IT IS UNDERSTOOD AND AGREED THAT BOXLIGHT’S LIABILITY WHETHER IN
CONTRACT, IN TORT, UNDER
ANY WARRANTY, IN NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE SHALL NOT EXCEED THE
RETURN OF THE AMOUNT OF
THE PURCHASE PRICE PAID BY PURCHASER AND UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES
SHALL BOXLIGHT BE LIABLE
FOR SPECIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR LOST
PROFITS, LOST REVENUES OR LOST SAVINGS. THE PRICE STATED FOR THE
PRODUCT IS A CONSIDERATION IN LIMITING BOXLIGHT’S LIABIL-ITY. NO
ACTION, REGARDLESS OF FORM, ARISING OUT OF THE AGREEMENT TO PURCHASE THE PRODUCT MAY BE BROUGHT BY PURCHASER MORE THAN ONE YEAR
AFTER THE CAUSE OF ACTION HAS ACCRUED. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE
EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAM-AGES SO
THE ABOVE LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THIS LIMITED
WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE
OTHER RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.
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