Operating Instructions Model No. PT-TW330EA

Operating Instructions
Functional Manual
DLP™ Projector  
Model No.
Commercial Use
T-TW330EA
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PT-TW240EA
PT-TX300EA
Thank you for purchasing this Panasonic Product.
JJ This manual is intended for products manufactured from Nov. 2013 and beyond.
JJ Before operating this product, please read the instructions carefully, and save this manual
for future use.
JJ Before using your projector, be sure to read “Read this first!” (See pages 2 to 8).
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Important
Information
WARNING:
THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED.
WARNING:
o prevent damage which may result in fire or shock hazard, do not expose this appliance to rain
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or moisture.
This device is not intended for use in the direct field of view at visual display workplaces. To avoid
incommoding reflexions at visual display workplaces this device must not be placed in the direct
field of view.
The equipment is not intended for used at a video workstation in compliance BildscharbV.
The sound pressure level at the operator position is equal or less than 70 dB (A) according to ISO 7779.
WARNING:
1. Remove the plug from the mains socket when this unit is not in use for a prolonged period of time.
2. To prevent electric shock, do not remove cover. No user serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to
qualified service personnel.
3. D
o not remove the earthing pin on the mains plug. This apparatus is equipped with a three prong earthing
type mains plug. This plug will only fit an earthing-type mains socket. This is a safety feature. If you are
unable to insert the plug into the mains socket, contact an electrician. Do not defeat the purpose of the
earthing plug.
CAUTION:
To assure continued compliance, follow the attached installation instructions. The user must
use the provided RGB computer interface cable with ferrite cores. Any unauthorized changes or
modifications to this equipment will void the user’s authority to operate.
This is a device to project images onto a screen, etc., and is not intended for use as indoor lighting in a
domestic environment.
Directive 2009/125/EC
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FOR YOUR SAFETY, PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING TEXT CAREFULLY.
This appliance is supplied with a moulded three pin mains plug for your safety and convenience. A 13 amp fuse
is fitted in this plug. Should the fuse need to be replaced, please ensure that the replacement fuse has a rating
of13 amps and that it is approved by ASTA or BSI to BS1362.
Important
Information
IMPORTANT: THE MOULDED PLUG (U.K. only)
Check for the ASTA mark
or the BSI mark
on the body of the fuse.
If the plug contains a removable fuse cover, you must ensure that it is refitted when the fuse is replaced. If you
lose the fuse cover, the plug must not be used until a replacement cover is obtained. A replacement fuse cover
can be purchased from an Authorised Service Center.
If the fitted moulded plug is unsuitable for the mains socket in your home, then the fuse should be
removed and the plug cut off and disposed of safely. There is a danger of severe electrical shock if the
cut off plug is inserted into any 13 amp socket.
If a new plug is to be fitted, please observe the wiring code as shown below.
If in any doubt, please consult a qualified electrician.
WARNING:
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
IMPORTANT:
The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:
Green - and - Yellow:
Earth
Blue:
Neutral
Brown:
Live
As the colours of the wire in the mains lead of this appliance may not correspond with the coloured markings
identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows.
The wire which is coloured GREEN - AND - YELLOW must be connected to the terminal in the
plug which is marked with the letter E or by the Earth symbol
or coloured GREEN or GREEN AND - YELLOW.
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked
with the letter N or coloured BLACK.
The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is
marked with the letter L or coloured RED.
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How to replace the fuse: Open the fuse compartment with a screwdriver and replace the fuse.
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Important
Information
WARNING:
„„ POWER
The wall outlet or the circuit breaker shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily
accessible when problems occur. If the following problems occur, cut off the power supply
immediately.
Continued use of the projector in these conditions will result in fire or electric shock.
zz If foreign objects or water get inside the projector, cut off the power supply.
zz If the projector is dropped or the cabinet is broken, cut off the power supply.
zz If you notice smoke, strange smells or noise coming from the projector, cut off the power supply.
Please contact an Authorized Service Center for repairs, and do not attempt to repair the projector yourself.
During a thunderstorm, do not touch the projector or the cable.
Electric shocks can result.
Do not do anything that might damage the power cord or the power plug.
If the power cord is used while damaged, electric shocks, short-circuits or fire will result.
zz Do not damage the power cord, make any modifications to it, place it near any hot objects, bend it
excessively, twist it, pull it, place heavy objects on top of it or wrap it into a bundle.
Ask an Authorized Service Center to carry out any repairs to the power cord that might be necessary.
Completely insert the power plug into the wall outlet and the power connector into the projector
terminal.
If the plug is not inserted correctly, electric shocks or overheating will result.
zz Do not use plugs which are damaged or wall outlets which are coming loose from the wall.
Do not use anything other than the provided power cord.
Failure to observe this will result in fire or electric shocks. Please note that if you do not use the provided
power cord to ground the device on the side of the outlet, this may result in electric shocks.
Clean the power plug regularly to prevent it from becoming covered in dust.
Failure to observe this will cause a fire.
zz If dust builds up on the power plug, the resulting humidity can damage the insulation.
zz If not using the projector for an extended period of time, pull the power plug out from the wall outlet.
Pull the power plug out from the wall outlet and wipe it with a dry cloth regularly.
Do not handle the power plug with wet hands.
Failure to observe this will result in electric shocks.
Do not overload the wall outlet.
If the power supply is overloaded (ex., by using too many adapters), overheating may occur and fire will result.
„„ ON USE/INSTALLATION
Do not place liquid containers on top of the projector.
If water spills onto the projector or gets inside it, fire or electric shocks will result.
If any water gets inside the projector, contact an Authorized Service Center.
Do not place the projector on soft materials such as carpets or sponge mats.
Doing so will cause the projector to overheat, which can cause burns, fire or damage to the projector.
Do not set up the projector in humid or dusty places or in places where the projector may come into
contact with oily smoke or steam, ex. a bathroom.
Using the projector under such conditions will result in fire, electric shocks or components deterioration.
Components deterioration (such as ceiling mount brackets) may cause the projector which is mounted on the
ceiling to fall down.
Do not install this projector in a place which is not strong enough to take the full weight of the
projector or on top of a surface which is sloped or unstable.
Failure to observe this will cause projector to fall down or tip over the projector, and severe injury or damage
could result.
Do not place another projector or other heavy objects on top of the projector.
Failure to observe this will cause the projector to become unbalanced and fall, which could result in damage or
injury. The projector will be damaged or deformed.
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WARNING:
Installation work (such as ceiling mount bracket) should only be carried out by a qualified technician.
If installation is not carried out and secured correctly it can cause injury or accidents, such as electric shocks.
zz Do not use anything other than an authorized ceiling mount bracket.
zz Be sure to use the wire provided with the projector mount bracket for ceiling mount as an extra safety
measure to prevent the projector from falling down. (Install in a different location to the ceiling mount
bracket.)
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Do not cover the air intake port or the air exhaust port.
Doing so will cause the projector to overheat, which can cause fire or damage to the projector.
zz Do not place the projector in narrow, badly ventilated places.
zz Do not place the projector on cloth or papers, as these materials could be drawn into the air intake port.
Do not place your hands or other objects close to the air exhaust port.
Doing so will cause burns or damage your hands or other objects.
zz Heated air comes out of the air exhaust port. Do not place your hands or face, or objects which cannot
withstand heat close to this port.
Do not look and place your skin into the lights emitted from the projection window while the projector
is being used.
Doing so can cause burns or loss of sight.
zz Strong light is emitted from the projector’s projection window. Do not look or place your hands directly into
this light.
zz Be especially careful not to let young children look into the projection window. In addition, turn off the
power and disconnect the power plug when you are away from the projector.
Do not insert any foreign objects into the projector.
Doing so will cause fire or electric shocks.
zz Do not insert any metal objects or flammable objects into the projector or drop them onto the projector.
Never attempt to remodel or disassemble the projector.
High voltages can cause fire or electric shocks.
zz For any inspection, adjustment and repair work, please contact an Authorized Service Center.
Do not allow metal objects, flammable objects, or liquids to enter inside of the projector. Do not allow
the projector to get wet.
Doing so may cause short circuits or overheating, and result in fire, electric shock, or malfunction of the
projector.
zz Do not place containers of liquid or metal objects near the projector.
zz If liquid enters inside of the projector, consult your dealer.
zz Particular attention must be paid to children.
Use the ceiling mount bracket specified by Panasonic.
Defects in the ceiling mount bracket will result in falling accidents.
zz Attach the supplied safety cable to the ceiling mount bracket to prevent the projector from falling down.
Do not touch around the lamp and the air exhaust port.
zz Doing so will cause burns or damage your hands, because the temperature is very high when the lamp is
lighting and for a while after the lamp is turned off.
Do not touch the flexible foam or remove it from the cabinet bottom.
zz Doing so will cause burns or damage your hands, because the temperature is very high when the lamp is
lighting and for a while after the lamp is turned off.
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Important
Information
WARNING:
„„ ACCESSORIES
Do not use or handle the battery improperly, and refer to the following.
Failure to observe this will cause burns, battery to leak, overheat, explode or catch fire.
zz Do not use unspecified battery.
zz Do not disassemble coin cell battery.
zz Do not heat the battery or place them into water or fire.
zz Do not allow the + and - terminals of the battery to come into contact with metallic objects such as
necklaces or hairpins.
zz Do not bring or store battery together with metallic objects.
zz Store the battery in a plastic bag and keep them away from metallic objects.
zz Make sure the polarities (+ and -) are correct when inserting the battery.
zz Remove the empty battery from the remote control at once.
zz Insulate the battery using tape or something similar before disposal.
Do not allow children to reach the battery (CR2025).
zz The battery can cause personal injury if swallowed.
zz If swallowed, seek medical advice immediately.
If the battery fluid leaks, do not touch it with bare hands, and take the following measures if necessary.
zz Battery fluid on your skin or clothing could result in skin inflammation or injury.
Rinse with clean water and seek medical advice immediately.
zz Battery fluid coming in contact with your eyes could result in loss of sight.
In this case, do not rub your eyes. Rinse with clean water and seek medical advice immediately.
Do not disassemble the lamp unit.
If the lamp breaks, it could cause injury.
Do not remove unspecified screws during the lamp unit replacement.
Doing so can cause electric shocks, burns, or injury.
Lamp replacement
The lamp has high internal pressure. If improperly handled, an explosion and severe injury or accidents will
result.
zz The lamp can easily explode if struck against hard objects or dropped.
zz Before replacing the lamp, be sure to disconnect the power plug from the wall outlet.
Electric shocks or explosions can result if this is not done.
zz When replacing the lamp, turn the power off and allow the lamp it to cool for at least 1 hour before handling
it otherwise it can cause burns.
Do not allow infants or pets to touch the remote control unit.
zz Keep the remote control unit out of the reach of infants and pets after using it.
Do not use the supplied power cord with devices other than this projector.
zz Using the supplied power cord with devices other than this projector may cause short circuits or
overheating, and result in electric shock or fire.
Remove the depleted battery from the remote control promptly.
zz Leaving them in the unit may result in fluid leakage, overheating, or explosion of the battery.
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CAUTION:
„„ POWER
When disconnecting the power cord, be sure to hold the power plug and power connector.
If the power cord itself is pulled, the lead will become damaged, and fire, short-circuits or serious electric
shocks will result.
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When not using the projector for an extended period of time, disconnect the power plug from the wall
outlet.
Failure to do so may result in fire or electric shock.
Disconnect the power plug from the wall outlet before carrying out any cleaning and replacing the unit.
Electric shocks can result if this is not done.
„„ ON USE/INSTALLATION
Do not put your weight on this projector.
You could fall or the projector could break, and injury will result.
zz Be especially careful not to let young children stand or sit on the projector.
Do not place the projector in extremely hot locations.
Doing so will cause the outer casing or internal components to deteriorate, or result in fire.
zz Take particular care in locations exposed to direct sunlight or near stoves.
Always disconnect all cables before moving the projector.
Moving the projector with cables still attached can damage the cables, which will cause fire or electric shocks
to occur.
Never plug headphones and earphones into VARIABLE AUDIO OUT jack.
Excessive sound pressure from earphones and headphones can cause hearing loss.
„„ ACCESSORIES
Do not use the old lamp unit.
If used it could cause lamp explosion.
If the lamp has broken, ventilate the room immediately. Do not touch or bring your face close to the
broken pieces.
Failure to observe this will cause the user to absorb the gas which was released when the lamp broke and which
contains nearly the same amount of mercury as fluorescent lamps, and the broken pieces will cause injury.
zz If you believe that you have absorbed the gas or that the gas has got into your eyes or mouth, seek
medical advice immediately.
zz Ask your dealer about replacing the lamp unit and check the inside of the projector.
When not using the projector for an extended period of time, remove the battery from the remote
control.
zz Failure to observe this will cause the battery to leak, overheat, catch fire or explode, which may result in
fire or contamination of surrounding area.
Do not open the desiccant bag or eat it, and do not discard it to moisture circumstances.
Accidentally swallow the contents of the desiccant bag may cause bad result to your body. Moreover, the
contents may generate heat if exposing to moisture, so it may cause inflammation or injury to your skin if such
contents is attached to your body or clothes.
zz In case that the desiccant has got into your eyes or mouth, wash with clean water immediately and seek
medical advice.
zz Particular attention must be paid to children.
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Remote Control Battery
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To remove the battery
Trademarks
•• Windows®, Windows Vista®, and Internet Explorer® are registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation in the United States and other countries.
•• Macintosh, Mac, Mac OS, OS X and Safari are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the United States and
other countries.
•• HDMI, the HDMI Logo, and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of
HDMI Licensing LLC in the United States and other countries.
•• PJLink™ is a trademark or pending trademark in Japan, the United States, and other countries and regions.
•• RoomView, Crestron RoomView are registered trademarks of Crestron Electronics, Inc, and Crestron
Connected is the trademark of Crestron Electronics, Inc.
•• Other names, company names or product names used in these operating instructions are the trademarks or
registered trademarks of their respective holders.
Please note that the operating instructions do not include the ® and TM symbols.
Illustrations in these operating instructions
•• Note that illustrations of the projector and screens may differ from the ones you actually see.
Page references
•• In these instructions, references to pages are indicated as: (Æpage 00).
Term
•• In these instructions, the “Wireless remote control unit” accessory is referred to as the “Remote control”.
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Features of the Projector
Quick steps
For details, see the corresponding pages.
Superb Basic Performance
Up to 3 100 lm* of brightness in a
compact body, weighting 2.5 k].
High contrast ratio up to 7 500:1*2
makes images with excellent detail
and depth.
Quiet 29 dB design does not
interrupt meetings or classes.
([Lamp Power Mode]: [ECO]*3)
(*1: 3
100 lm is for PT-TW330E.
2 700 lm is for PT-TW240E.
3 000 lm is for PT-TX300E.)
(*2: For RGB signal input, set
[Color Mode] to [Dynamic] and
[Lamp Power Mode] to
[Auto].)
(*3: [ECO2] is for PT-TW330E and
PT-TX300E.)
1
1. Set up your projector.
(Æpage 21)
2. Connect with other devices.
(Æpage 25)
3. Connect the power cord.
(Æpage 27)
4. Power on.
(Æpage 29)
Eco Friendly Performance
The Intelligent Lamp Control
System reduces power
consumption and extends the lamp
replacement cycle. ([Lamp Power
Mode]: [Auto])
5. Select the input signal.
(Æpage 30)
6. Adjust the image.
(Æpage 30)
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Contents
Be sure to read “Read this first!”. (
Important
Information
Important Information
Read this first!............................................ 2
Contents.................................................... 10
Precautions for Use................................. 12
Preparation
Cautions when transporting........................................... 12
Cautions when installing................................................ 12
Security......................................................................... 13
Disposal......................................................................... 13
Cautions on use............................................................ 14
Accessories................................................................... 15
Optional accessories..................................................... 15
Getting Started
Preparation
About Your Projector............................... 16
Remote control.............................................................. 16
Projector body............................................................... 17
Control Panel and Indicators......................................... 18
Connecting terminals..................................................... 19
pages 2 to 8)
Basic operations by using the remote
control................................................... 31
Switching the input signal.............................................. 31
<LAMP> button............................................................. 31
<INFO.> button.............................................................. 31
<FREEZE> button......................................................... 31
<KEYSTONE> buttons.................................................. 31
<IMAGE> button............................................................ 32
<INPUT> button............................................................ 32
<MENU> button............................................................. 32
<AUTO ADJ.> button..................................................... 32
<MUTE> button............................................................. 32
<ASPECT> button......................................................... 32
<AV MUTE> button....................................................... 32
<VOLUME> buttons...................................................... 32
Settings
On-screen Display Menus....................... 33
How to operate menu.................................................... 33
Menu Tree..................................................................... 34
Basic Operation
Settings
Using Remote control ............................. 20
Picture....................................................... 36
Installing and Removing battery.................................... 20
Setting Remote control ID numbers.............................. 20
Color Mode.................................................................... 36
Wall color....................................................................... 36
Brightness..................................................................... 36
Contrast......................................................................... 36
Sharpness..................................................................... 36
Saturation...................................................................... 37
Hue................................................................................ 37
Gamma.......................................................................... 37
Color Temp.................................................................... 37
Color Space................................................................... 37
Getting Started
Setting up.................................................. 21
Projection method......................................................... 21
Parts for ceiling mount (Optional).................................. 21
Screen size and throw distance.................................... 22
Adjusting the Projector's Height.................................... 24
Connections.............................................. 25
Before connecting to the projector................................ 25
Connecting example: Computers.................................. 26
Connecting example: AV equipment............................. 26
Maintenance
Basic Operation
Powering ON/OFF..................................... 27
Connecting the power cord........................................... 27
ON(G)/STANDBY(R) indicator...................................... 28
Powering On the Projector............................................ 29
Powering Off the Projector............................................ 29
Appendix
Projecting.................................................. 30
Selecting the input signal.............................................. 30
How to adjust the state of the image............................. 30
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Position..................................................... 38
Aspect Ratio.................................................................. 38
Phase............................................................................ 38
Clock............................................................................. 38
H Position...................................................................... 38
V Position...................................................................... 39
Digital Zoom.................................................................. 39
V Keystone.................................................................... 39
Ceiling Mount................................................................ 39
Setting....................................................... 40
Language...................................................................... 40
Menu Location............................................................... 40
Closed Caption.............................................................. 40
VGA Out (Standby)........................................................ 40
Test Pattern................................................................... 40
Remote ID..................................................................... 41
Startup Logo.................................................................. 41
UART Mode................................................................... 41
LAN (Standby)............................................................... 41
Reset............................................................................. 41
Audio......................................................... 42
Mute.............................................................................. 42
Volume.......................................................................... 42
In Standby Mode (Audio)............................................... 42
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Contents
Options...................................................... 43
Preparation
Auto Source................................................................... 43
Input.............................................................................. 43
Auto Power Off (Min)..................................................... 43
Lamp Settings............................................................... 43
High Altitude.................................................................. 44
Dust Filter Reminder .................................................... 44
Information.................................................................... 44
Getting Started
LAN............................................................ 45
Basic Operation
DHCP............................................................................ 45
IP Address..................................................................... 45
Subnet Mask................................................................. 45
Gateway........................................................................ 45
DNS............................................................................... 45
Store.............................................................................. 46
Reset............................................................................. 46
Connect to Network....................................................... 47
Computer operation via network................................... 48
Web Management......................................................... 48
Maintenance
About indicator status............................. 52
If an indicator turns on................................................... 52
Settings
Maintenance/replacement....................... 53
Before cleaning/replacing the unit................................. 53
Maintenance.................................................................. 53
Replacing the unit.......................................................... 55
Maintenance
Troubleshooting....................................... 58
Appendix
Appendix................................................... 61
Serial terminal............................................................... 61
Other terminals.............................................................. 64
PJLink protocol.............................................................. 65
List of compatible signals.............................................. 66
Appendix
Specifications........................................... 68
Dimensions.................................................................... 70
Ceiling mount bracket safeguards......... 70
Index.......................................................... 71
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Precautions for Use
Important
Information
Cautions when transporting
zz When transporting the projector, hold it securely by its bottom and avoid excessive vibration and impacts.
Doing so may damage the internal parts and result in malfunctions.
zz Do not transport the projector with the adjustable feet extended. Doing so may damage the adjustable feet.
Cautions when installing
JJ Do not set up the projector outdoors.
The projector is designed for indoor use only.
JJ Do not use under the following conditions.
zz Places where vibration and impacts occur such as in a car or vehicle: Doing so may damage the internal
parts and result in malfunctions.
zz Near the exhaust of an air conditioner: Depending on the conditions of use, the screen may fluctuate in rare
cases due to the hot air from the air exhaust port or the heated or cooled air. Make sure that the exhaust
from the projector or other equipment, or the air from the air conditioner does not blow toward the front of
the projector.
zz Near lights (studio lamps, etc.) and other locations of great temperature fluctuation (“Operating
environment” (Æ page 69)): Doing so may shorten the life of the lamp or result in deformation of the outer
case and malfunctions.
zz Near high-voltage power lines or near motors: Doing so may interfere with the operation of the projector.
zz Place where there is high-power laser equipment: Directing a laser beam onto the lens surface causes
damage to the DLP chips.
JJ Be sure to ask a specialized technician when installing the product to a
ceiling.
This requires an optional ceiling mount bracket.
Model No.: E
T-PKV100H (for high ceilings), ET-PKV100S (for low ceilings),
ET-PKL300B (Projector Mount Bracket)
JJ Lens focus
The high clarity projection lens is thermally affected by the light from the light source, making the focus
unstable in the period just after switching on the power. Wait at least 30 minutes with the image projected
before adjusting the lens focus.
JJ When using the projector at elevations below approx. 1 000 m (3 300 ft),
make sure [High altitude] is set to [Off].
Failure to do so may shorten the life of the internal parts and result in malfunctions.
JJ When using the projector at elevations approx. 1 000 m (3 300 ft) and
approx. 3 000 m (10 000 ft), make sure [High altitude] is set to [On].
Failure to do so may shorten the life of the internal parts and result in malfunctions.
JJ Do not install the projector at elevations approx. 3 000 m (10 000 ft) or
higher above sea level.
Failure to do so may shorten the life of the internal parts and result in malfunctions.
JJ Confirm and set the using environment temperature [“Operating
environment” (Æ page 69)].
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JJ Do not tilt the projector or place it on its side.
Do not tilt the projector body more than approximately ± 10° vertically or ± 20° horizontally. Over-tilting may
result in shortening the life of the components.
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Precautions for Use
Within 10°
Within 20°
Within 10°
Within 20°
JJ Cautions when setting the projectors
zz Do not stack the projectors.
zz Do not block the ventilation ports (intake and exhaust) of the projector.
zz Avoid heating and cooling air from the air conditioning system directly blow to the ventilation ports (intake
and exhaust) of the projector.
Over 50 cm (1.5')
Over 1 m (3.0')
Over 50 cm (1.5')
Over 50 cm (1.5')
zz Do not install the projector in a confined space.
When placing the projector in a confined space, a ventilation and/or air conditioning system is required.
Exhaust heat may accumulate when the ventilation is not enough, triggering the protection circuit of the
projector.
Security
Take safety measures against following incidents.
zz Personal information being leaked via this product.
zz Unauthorized operation of this product by a malicious third party.
zz Interfering or stopping of this product by a malicious third party.
Security instruction (Æpage 50)
zz Make your password as difficult to guess as possible.
zz Change your password periodically.
zz Panasonic or its affiliate company never inquires a password directly to a customer. Do not tell your
password in case you receive such an inquiry.
zz The connecting network must be secured by firewall or others.
zz Set an administrator password for the Web Management and restrict the users who can log in.
Disposal
When disposing of the product, ask your local authority or dealer about the correct methods of disposal.
The lamp contains mercury. When disposing of the used lamp unit, ask your nearest local authorities or
dealer about proper disposal of the unit.
Dispose of used battery according to the instructions or your local disposal rule or guidelines.
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Precautions for Use
Important
Information
Cautions on use
JJ In order to get the picture quality
zz Draw curtains or blinds over windows and turn off any lights near the screen to prevent outside light or light
from indoor lamps from shining onto the screen.
zz Depending on where the projector is used, heated air from an exhaust port or warm or cold air from an air
conditioner can cause a shimmering effect on screen.
Avoid use in locations where exhaust or streams of air from projector, other devices and air conditioners
flow between the projector and the screen.
zz The lens of projector is affected by the heat from the luminous source. Because of this, the focusing may
not be stable right after the power is turned on. Focusing is stabled after projecting image for 30 minutes
and longer.
JJ Do not touch the surface of the projection lens with your bare hand.
If the surface of the projection lens becomes dirty from fingerprints or anything else, this will be magnified and
projected onto the screen.
JJ DLP chips
zz The DLP chips are precision-made. Note that in rare cases, pixels of high precision could be missing or
always lit, but this is not a malfunction.
z
z Directing a high power laser beam onto the projection window surface can damage the DLP chips.
JJ Optical components
Operating the projector in an environment with high temperature or heavy exposure to dust or tobacco smoke
will reduce the service life of the optical components and may necessitate their replacement within less than
one year of use. For details, consult your dealer.
JJ Lamp
The luminous source of the projector is a mercury lamp with high internal pressure.
A high pressure mercury lamp has following characteristics.
zz The brightness of the lamp will decrease by duration of usage.
zz The lamp may burst with sound or shorten life by shock or chipping.
zz The life of the lamp varies greatly depending on individual specificities and usage conditions. In particular,
continuous use over 22 hours and frequent on/off switching of the power greatly deteriorate the lamp and
affect the lamp life.
zz In rare cases, the lamp burst shortly after the projection.
zz The risk of bursting increases when the lamp is used beyond its replacement cycle. Make sure to replace
the lamp unit consistently. (Æ page 56)
zz If the lamp bursts, gas contained inside of the lamp is released in a form of smoke.
zz It is recommended to store replacement lamps for contingency.
zz It is recommended to have authorized engineer or your dealer replace the lamp unit.
JJ About connections to computer or peripheral device
To assure continued compliance, follow the attached installation instructions, which include using the provided
power cord and shielded interface cables when connecting to computer or peripheral device.
Importer's name and address within the European Union
Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH
Panasonic Testing Center
Winsbergring 15, 22525 Hamburg, Germany
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Accessories
Make sure the following accessories are provided with your projector. Numbers in the brackets ( ) show the
number of accessories.
Wireless remote control
unit (x1)
(H458UB01G001)
Computer cable (x1)
(H4200200G105)
Lithium coin cell Battery
CR2025 (x1)
CD-ROM (x1)
(H368VY01G002)
Important
Information
Precautions for Use
CR2025
3V
(Included to the remote
control unit at the time of
purchase.)
AC Power Cord (x2)
(H4200110G011)
(H4200120G011)
Lens cap (x1)
(H758VY03G001)
(Attached to the projector at
the time of purchase.)
Attention
After unpacking the projector, discard the power cord cap and packaging material properly.
zz For lost accessories, consult your dealer.
zz Store small parts in an appropriate manner, and keep them away from young children.
zz During unpacking, the DESICCANT displayed on the projector body indicates the position of the desiccant bag. Please see
notes in "Read this first!" (Æpage 7).
Note
zz The model numbers of accessories are subject to change without prior notice.
Optional accessories
Options
Model No.
Replacement lamp unit
ET-LAL341 (for PT-TW330EA and PT-TX300EA)
ET-LAL331 (for PT-TW240EA)
Ceiling Mount Bracket
ET-PKV100H (for high ceilings)
ET-PKV100S (for low ceilings)
Projector Mount Bracket
ET-PKL300B
Note
zz The model numbers of optional accessories are subject to change without prior notice.
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About Your Projector
Remote control
(1)
(2)
(11)
(12)
(4)
(13)
(14)
(5)
(15)
(6)
(16)
(7)
(17)
(8)
(18)
(9)
(19)
(10)
Attention
zz Do not drop the remote control.
zz Avoid contact with liquids.
zz Do not attempt to modify or disassemble the remote
control.
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<COMPUTER> button
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witches COMPUTER 1 or COMPUTER 2
input. If either of the input is selected, press
<COMPUTER> button will switch to the other
one.
(3) <v/b>button
Turns the projector on/off.
(4) <LAMP> button
Displays [Lamp Power Mode] menu.
(5) <FREEZE> button
Temporarily stops the image and mute the
sound. Press again to return to previous state.
(6) <MENU> button
Turns the main menu on/off.
(7) <INPUT> button
Displays [Source] menu. (Æ page 32)
(8) <MUTE> button
Temporarily mutes the sound.
Press again to return to previous state.
(9) <KEYSTONE -> button
Adjusts the image to compensate for distortion
caused by tilting the projector.
(10) <AV MUTE> button
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omentarily turns off/on the audio and video.
Press again to return to previous state.
(11) <HDMI> button
Switches to HDMI source.
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Note
zz The <AUTO ADJ.> operation may not optimize the image
position or the resolution, depending on the input signal
format or the image contents. In this case, switch to a
different image and execute <AUTO ADJ.> again.
zz When pointing the remote control directly toward the
projector (Remote control signal receiver), operating
range for the remote control is within 8 m (26.25 ft). Also,
operation range available for four directions (up, down,
left, right to the projector) is ± 30° and the operation
distance may become short.
zz If there are any obstacles between the remote control
and the remote control signal receiver, the remote control
may not operate correctly.
zz You can operate the projector by reflecting the remote
control signal on the screen. The operating range may
differ due to the loss of light caused by the properties of
the screen.
zz When the remote control signal receiver is lit with a
fluorescent light or other strong light source, the projector
may become inoperative. Set the projector as far from
the luminous source as possible.
zz You can operate all of the functions of the projector via
the remote control. Make sure not to lose the remote
control.
zz Before using the remote control for the first time, remove
the transparent insulation sheet.
Remote control signal emitter
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(12) <INFO.> button
Displays [Information] menu.
(13) <VIDEO> button
Switches to Video source.
(14) <KEYSTONE +> button
Adjusts the image to compensate for distortion
caused by tilting the projector.
(15) <IMAGE> button
S
elects the color mode among Dynamic, PC,
Movie, Game and User.
(16) ▲▼◄► buttons
Uses to operate menu.
(17) <AUTO ADJ.> button
Automatically synchronize the projector to the
input source.
(18) <ASPECT> button
Selects [Aspect Ratio] in [Screen].
(19) <VOLUME +/-> buttons
Increases/decreases speaker volume.
Transparent insulation sheet
About Your Projector
Projector body
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Preparation
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(1) Control panel and indicators (Æpage 18)
(2) Air intake port
(3) Speaker
(4) Security bar
(5) Focus ring
Adjusts the focus.
(6) Projection lens
(7) Lens cap
(8) Remote control signal receiver
(9) Air exhaust port
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(10) Lamp cover(Æ page 57)
(11) Security slot
ttaches the commercial shackle lock, manufactured
A
by Kensington, to protect your projector. Compatible
with the Kensington MicroSaver Security System.
(12) Air filter (right side) (Æ pages 53, 55)
(13) Adjustable feet
Adjusts the projection angle.
(14) <AC IN> terminal
(15) Air filter (left side) (Æ pages 53, 55)
(16) Connecting terminals (Æ page 19)
WARNING:
 Keep your hands and other objects away from
the air exhaust port.
zz Keep your hand and face away.
zz Do not insert your finger.
zz Keep heat-sensitive articles away.
Heated air from the air exhaust port can cause burns
or external damage.
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About Your Projector
Control Panel and Indicators
7
Preparation
1
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2
5
3
4
(1) <ON(G) / STANDBY(R)> indicator
Indicates the projector’s status.
(2) <v/b> button
Turns the projector on/off.
(3) ▲▼◄► buttons
Uses to operate menu.
(4) <INPUT> button
Displays [Source] menu. (Æ page 32)
(5) <MENU> button
Turns the main menu on/off.
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(6) <TEMP> indicator
Indicates the status of the internal temperature or
the cooling fan of the projector.
(7) <LAMP> indicator
Indicates the projector’s lamp status.
About Your Projector
Connecting terminals
2
3
4
5
6
Preparation
1
7
8
(1) <HDMI IN>
This is a terminal to connect to HDMI signal.
(2) <MONITOR OUT>
This is a terminal to output the RGB signal or
YCBCR/YPBPR signal via <COMPUTER 1 IN> or
<COMPUTER 2 IN> terminal.
(3) <COMPUTER 1 IN>
This is a terminal to input the RGB signal or
YCBCR/YPBPR signal.
(4) <VIDEO IN>
This is a terminal to input the video signal.
(5) <AUDIO 2 IN>
This is a terminal to input the audio signal from
the video equipment connected to the <VIDEO
IN> terminal.
(6) <AUDIO 1 IN>
This is a terminal to input the audio signal from
the computer connected to the <COMPUTER 1
IN> or <COMPUTER 2 IN> terminal.
(7) <LAN>
This is a terminal to connect to the network.
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(8) <SERIAL IN>
This is a RS-232C compatible terminal to
externally control the projector by connecting a
computer.
(9) <COMPUTER 2 IN>
This is a terminal to input the RGB signal or
YCBCR/YPBPR signal.
(10) <VARIABLE AUDIO OUT>
This is a terminal to output the audio signal input
to the projector.
Attention
zz When a LAN cable is directly connected to the projector,
the network connection must be made indoors.
Note
zz When the <HDMI IN> terminal is connected to a
computer via a HDMI-DVI conversion cable, it can only
input video signal and the analog audio signal can not be
input.
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Using
Remote
Using Remote
control control
Installing and Removing battery
2222 Install new battery into
the compartment.
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Preparation
Remove the old
Lithium coin cell
battery and install
new one (CR2025).
Ensure that the side
with a “+” is facing
up.
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back.
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1111 Press the guide and pull
out the battery base.
Attention
zz When discarding a lithium coin battery, be sure both sides (+/-) are covered with adhesive insulating tape, such as and the
cellophane tape, and discard it according to the instructions of the local government.
Setting Remote control ID numbers
When you use the system with multiple projectors, you can operate all the projectors simultaneously or each
projector individually using single remote control, if unique ID number is assigned to each projector.
After setting the remote control ID of the projector, set the same remote control ID to the remote control.
There are 7 different remote control IDs: [All], [ID1]~[ID6], the initial remote control ID is [All].
JJSetting the remote control ID
1) W
hile holding down the <MENU> key, press the <IMAGE> key. The number of times you press the
<IMAGE> key corresponds to the desired remote control ID.
The number of times to press the <IMAGE> key is as follows:
ID1 = Once, ID2 = Twice, ID3 = 3 times, ID4 = 4 times, ID5 = 5 times, ID6 = 6 times.
2) The remote control ID is changed when the <MENU> button is released.
JJResetting the remote control ID
he remote control ID is reset to [All] (default) by pressing the <MENU> key and <IMAGE> key at the
T
same time for 10 seconds or more.
Note
zz When operating the projector under [All] code, you can operate several projectors at the same time.
zz If the <IMAGE> button is pressed 7 times or more, the remote control ID cannot be changed (the operation is invalid).
zz For setting the remote control ID codes, see [Remote ID] in the [Setting] menu. (Æ page 41)
zz If the battery is not in use for a long period of time and is removed from the remote control, the remote control ID will be
reset.
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Setting up
Setting up
Projection method
You can use the projector with any of the following 4 projection methods to set the desired method in the projector.
JJSetting on a desk/floor and
JJMounting on the ceiling and
Menu setting*1
[Ceiling Mount]
Menu setting*1
[Ceiling Mount]
[Front]
JJMounting on the ceiling and
projecting from rear
projecting forward
JJSetting on a desk/floor and
projecting from rear
(Using translucent screen)
Menu setting*1
[Ceiling Mount]
[Rear Ceiling]
[Front Ceiling]
(Using translucent screen)
Menu setting*1
[Ceiling Mount]
[Rear]
***** For details about the menu setting, please refer to the [Position] menu → [Ceiling Mount]. (Æ page 39)
Parts for ceiling mount (Optional)
You can install the projector on the ceiling by using the optional ceiling mount bracket (ET-PKV100H: for high
ceiling, ET-PKV100S: for low ceiling), the optional projector mount bracket ET-PKL300B.
zz Use only the ceiling mount brackets specified for this projector.
zz Refer to the installation instructions for the ceiling mount bracket when you install the bracket or hanger and
the projector.
Attention
zz To ensure projector performance and security, installation of the ceiling mount bracket must be carried by your dealer or a
qualified technician.
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Getting Started
projecting forward
Setting up
Screen size and throw distance
Place the projector referring to the diagram on the right and the figures of throwing distance. You can adjust the
display size.
Attention
zz Before installing, please read “Precautions for Use”. (Æ pages 12 to 15)
zz Do not use the projector and the high-powered laser equipment in the same room. Hitting of a laser beam on to the lens
can damage the DLP chips.
Projected image
SH
SD
H
SH
Screen
L
SW
Projection distance (m)
SH
Height of the projection area (m)
SW
Width of the projection area (m)
H
SD
Distance from the center of lens to
the image lower end (m)
SW
Getting Started
L
Diagonal length of the projection
area (m)
L
Screen
JJProjection distance for PT-TW330EA and PT-TW240EA
All measurements below are approximate and may differ slightly from the actual measurements. (Unit: m)
Projection size
For 4:3 aspect ratio
For 16:9 aspect ratio
For 16:10 aspect ratio
Screen
diagonal
(SD)
Projection
distance (L)
Height position
(H)
Projection
distance (L)
Height position
(H)
Projection
distance (L)
Height position
(H)
1.27 (50")
0.64
0.09
0.58
0.12
0.56
0.08
1.52 (60")
0.76
0.11
0.69
0.14
0.67
0.10
1.78 (70")
0.89
0.13
0.81
0.17
0.79
0.12
2.03 (80")
1.02
0.15
0.92
0.19
0.90
0.13
2.29 (90")
1.14
0.17
1.04
0.22
1.01
0.15
2.54 (100")
1.27
0.19
1.15
0.24
1.12
0.17
3.05 (120")
1.52
0.23
1.38
0.29
1.35
0.20
3.81 (150")
1.91
0.28
1.73
0.36
1.68
0.25
5.08 (200")
2.54
0.38
2.31
0.48
2.25
0.33
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Setting up
QQ
Calculation formulas for projection distance
Any other projection distance can be obtained according to the screen dimensions (m) using the following
calculations. The calculation result is with the "m" unit. (The calculated distance below may contain a certain
error.) If the screen dimensions are written as "SD",
For 4:3 aspect ratio
For 16:9 aspect ratio
For 16:10 aspect ratio
Screen height (SH)
= SD × 0.6
= SD × 0.490
= SD × 0.530
Screen width (SW)
= SD × 0.8
= SD × 0.872
= SD × 0.848
Projection distance (L)
= 0.500 × SD
= 0.454 × SD
= 0.442 × SD
Note
zz The throw ratio is 0.52:1 when the projection size is 100 inch.
JJProjection distance for PT-TX300EA
All measurements below are approximate and may differ slightly from the actual measurements. (Unit: m)
For 4:3 aspect ratio
For 16:9 aspect ratio
Screen diagonal (SD)
Projection distance (L)
Height position (H)
Projection distance (L)
Height position (H)
1.02 (40")
0.51
0.09
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1.27 (50")
0.64
0.11
0.69
0.23
1.52 (60")
0.76
0.14
0.83
0.27
1.78 (70")
0.89
0.16
0.97
0.32
2.03 (80")
1.02
0.18
1.11
0.37
2.29 (90")
1.14
0.21
1.25
0.41
2.54 (100")
1.27
0.23
1.39
0.46
3.05 (120")
1.53
0.27
1.66
0.55
3.81 (150")
1.91
0.34
2.08
0.68
5.08 (200")
2.54
0.46
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Calculation formulas for projection distance
Any other projection distance can be obtained according to the screen dimensions (m) using the following
calculations. The calculation result is with the "m" unit. (The calculated distance below may contain a certain
error.) If the screen dimensions are written as "SD",
For 4:3 aspect ratio
For 16:9 aspect ratio
Screen height (SH)
= SD × 0.6
= SD × 0.490
Screen width (SW)
= SD × 0.8
= SD × 0.872
Projection distance (L)
= 0.5008 × SD
= 0.5456 × SD
Note
zz The throw ratio is 0.63:1 when the projection size is 100 inch.
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Getting Started
Projection size
Setting up
Adjusting the Projector's Height
The projector is equipped with elevator feet for adjusting the image height.
Extend the adjustable feet by rotating in the direction shown in the below picture and retract by rotating in the opposite direction.
Getting Started
Adjustable range
Rear adjustable feet :
10 mm (0.394")
The rear adjustable feet stretch to its end
2.7 °
Attention
Adjustable range
Front adjustable feet :
19 mm (0.748")
The front adjustable feet stretch to its end
6°
zz It is very hot around the lamp and the air exhaust port when the lamp is lighting and for a while after the lamp is turned off.
And, hot air is expelled from the air exhaust port when the lamp is lighting. Do not touch there directly when adjusting the
adjustable feet.
zz Do not stretch the adjustable feet more than the above mentioned length. Otherwise, the projector may be unstable or the
adjustable feet may fall off.
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Connections
Connections
Before connecting to the projector
zz Read carefully the instruction manual for the device to be connected.
zz Turn off the power switch of the devices before connecting cables.
zz If any connection cable is not supplied with the device, or if no optional cable is available for connection of the
device, prepare a necessary system connection cable to suit the device.
zz Video signals containing too much jitter may cause the images on the screen to randomly wobble or wafture.
In this case, a time base corrector (TBC) must be connected.
zz The projector accepts the following signals: VIDEO, analogue-RGB (with TTL sync. Level) and digital signal.
zz Some computer models are not compatible with the projector.
zz When using long cables to connect with each of equipment to the projector, there is a possibility that the image
will not be output correctly unless a compensator is used.
zz For details on what video signals the projector supports, see “List of compatible signals”. (Æpages 66-67)
Note
zz Use an HDMI cable that conforms to HDMI standards such as an HDMI High Speed cable. If a cable that does not meet
HDMI standards is used, video may be interrupted or may not be displayed.
When connecting the 1080p signal using HDMI, use a cable compliant with 1080p signal.
zz This projector does not support the VIERA Link (HDMI).
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Getting Started
Attention
zz When connecting with a video deck, be sure to use the one with a built-in time base corrector (TBC) or use a TBC between
the projector and the video deck.
zz If nonstandard burst signals are connected, the image may be distorted. If this is the case, connect a TBC between the
projector and the video deck.
Connections
Connecting example: Computers
Control
Computer
Computer
Monitor
Computer
Audio equipment
Getting Started
Connecting example: AV equipment
Blu-ray disk
player
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DVD player
VCR
(with built-in TBC)
Audio equipment
Basic Operation
Powering ON/OFF
Powering ON/OFF
Connecting the power cord
Use the supplied power cord to prevent removal of the power cord and make sure that it is fully
inserted into the projector.
For detailed power cord handling, refer to “Read this first!” (Æ pages 2 to 8).
JJAttaching
1111 Check the shapes of the <AC IN> terminal on the back side of the projector and the
power cord connector and fully insert.
2222 Connect the power plug to an outlet.
JJRemoving
1111 Confirm that the projector is in standby mode and unplug the power cord from the
outlet.
2222 Remove the plug from the <AC IN> terminal.
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Basic Operation
R
Powering ON/OFF
ON(G)/STANDBY(R) indicator
The ON(G)/STANDBY(R) indicator informs you the status of the power. Confirm the status of the
<ON(G)/STANDBY(R)> indicator before operating the projector.
<ON(G)/STANDBY(R)> indicator
Indicator status
No illumination
Basic Operation
Red
The power plug is not connected to the outlet.
Lit*1
The power is switched off. (Standby mode)
Press <v/b> to start projection.
Slow
Blinking*2
The power is switched off. (Standby mode)
Press <v/b> to start projection.
Blinking
Green
Status
The projector is preparing to switch off the power.
The power is switched off after a while. (Changes to the standby mode.)
Lit
The projector is in the projection status.
Blinking
The projector is preparing for projection.
1: When [LAN (Standby)], [VGA Out (Standby)], [In Standby Mode (Audio)] are all set to [Off].
2: When one or more among [LAN (Standby)]/[VGA Out (Standby)]/[In Standby Mode (Audio)] is/are set to [On].
Note
zz When the <ON(G)/STANDBY(R)> indicator is blinking in red, the internal fans start to operate and the projector starts
cooling.
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Powering ON/OFF
Powering On the Projector
Before switching on the projector, make sure all the other devices are correctly connected (Æpage 26) and
remove the lens cap.
1111 Connect the power plug to the power outlet.
zz Enter Standby status when the <ON(G)/STANDBY(R)> indicator is lighting / blinking in red.
2222 Press the <v/b> button on the control panel or the remote control.
zz When the <ON(G)/STANDBY(R)> indicator lights up in green, the lamp is on.
zz Startup screen is displayed for about 10 seconds, then the image will be projected.
Note
zz If the power is disconnected due to the power breaker during projection at the last use, the <ON(G)/STANDBY(R)>
indicator will light in green automatically at the next startup and the image will be projected.
Powering Off the Projector
1111 Press the <v/b> button on the control panel or the remote control.
zz The following message appears.
zz Message will disappear after about 30 seconds when there is no operation.
2222 Press the <v/b> button again.
zz The projection stops and the <ON(G)/STANDBY(R)> indicator on the projector flashes up in red. (Fan is
still spinning.)
3333 Wait until the <ON(G)/STANDBY(R)> indicator lights / blinks in red (The fans stop
spinning).
zz The projector enters standby mode when the <ON(G)/STANDBY(R)> indicator lights / blinks in red.
Note
zz Do not turn on the power and project images immediately after turning the projector off. Turning on the power while the
lamp is still hot may shorten the lamp life.
zz Make sure that the projector is cool enough if you want to pack it for transportation and storage.
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Basic Operation
OR
Projecting
Projecting
Check the connections of the peripheral devices and connection of the power cord (Æpage 27) and switch on the
power (Æpage 29) to start the projector. Select the image and adjust the state of the image.
Selecting the input signal
Select an input signal.
Press <INPUT> button on the control panel or the <INPUT>,
<COMPUTER>, <HDMI>, <VIDEO> button on the remote
control.
zz The image of the signal being input in the selected terminal is
projected.
zz Press <INPUT> button to display the [Source] menu. Press
▲▼ to select the desired input and press ► to enter.
How to adjust the state of the image
1111 Adjust the projection angle.
zz Place the projector parallel to the screen, and then install it on a flat surface so that the screen becomes
rectangle.
zz If the image is tilted lower than the screen, extend the adjustable feet to make a rectangle screen.
zz For details, see “Adjusting the Projector's Height” (Æpage 24).
Basic Operation
2222 Adjust the focus.
Turn the focus ring to adjust the image.
Focus Ring
Note
zz It is recommended that the images are projected continuously for at least 30 minutes before the focus is adjusted.
zz If keystone distortion occurs, see [V Keystone] in the [Position] menu (Æpage 39).
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Basic by
operations
using
the remote
control
Basic operations
usingbythe
remote
control
<INFO.> button
Press this button to display the [Information] menu.
Button
Press the <INFO.> button on the remote
control.
Note
zz For details, see “Information”. (Æpage 44)
<FREEZE> button
This function allows you to temporarily freeze
the picture on the screen of the external devices,
meanwhile, volume is muted.
Button
Press this button to switch input signals.
Press the <FREEZE> button on the
remote control.
zz Fig.1 will appear on the screen while the Freeze
function is working.
Buttons
Fig.1
Note
Press (<COMPUTER>, <HDMI>, <VIDEO>)
button on the remote control.
COMPUTER
Switches to Computer 1/
Computer 2 input.
HDMI
Switches to HDMI input.
VIDEO
Switches to Video input.
zz To cancel the Freeze function, press the <FREEZE>
button again.
<KEYSTONE> buttons
This function allows you to correct keystone distortion.
Note
Buttons
zz For details, see “Selecting the input signal”. (Æpage 30)
<LAMP> button
Press this button to display the [Lamp Power Mode]
menu.
Button
Press the <LAMP> button on the remote
control.
Press the <KEYSTONE+> or
<KEYSTONE-> button on the remote
control.
Note
zz For details, see [V Keystone] in the [Position] menu.
(Æpage 39)
Note
zz For details, see “Lamp Power Mode”. (Æpage 44)
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Basic Operation
Switching the input signal
Basic operations by using the remote control
<IMAGE> button
Press this button to display the picture mode menu
and to change the settings of the image.
<MUTE> button
Press this button to temporarily turn off the sound.
Button
Button
Press the <IMAGE> button on the remote
control.
Press the <MUTE> button on the remote
control.
Note
Note
zz For details, see [Color Mode] menu of [Picture] menu.
(Æpage 36)
<INPUT> button
Press this button to display the [Input] menu and to
switch to the desired input signal.
zz To turn the sound back on, press the <MUTE> button
again or press the <VOLUME +/–> buttons. (Æpage 42)
<ASPECT> button
Press this button to display the [Position] menu and to
change the aspect settings.
Button
Press the <INPUT> button on the remote
control.
Basic Operation
Note
zz For details, see “Selecting the input signal”. (Æpage 30)
<MENU> button
Press this button to display the main menu and to
return to the main menu from the submenu.
Button
Press the <MENU> button on the remote
control.
Note
zz For details, see “On-screen Display Menus”. (Æpage 33)
<AUTO ADJ.> button
Press this button to optimize to the best image quality
during the computer input signal.
Button
Button
Press the <ASPECT> button on the
remote control.
Note
zz For details, see [Aspect Ratio] of [Screen] menu.
(Æpage 38)
<AV MUTE> button
Press this button to temporarily black out the image
and turn off the sound.
Button
Press the < AV MUTE> button on the
remote control.
Note
zz Press the <AV MUTE> button again to cancel.
<VOLUME> buttons
Press the buttons to display [Volume] menu and to
adjust the volume of the build-in speaker.
Buttons
Press the <AUTO ADJ.> button on the
remote control.
Note
zz The <AUTO ADJ.> operation may not optimize the image
position or the resolution, depending on the input signal
format or the image contents. In this case, switch to a
different image and execute <AUTO ADJ.> again.
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Press the <VOLUME+/–> buttons on the
remote control.
Note
zz For details, see [Volume] of [Audio] menu. (Æpage 42)
Settings
On-screen Display Menus On-screen Display Menus
How to operate menu
JJOperation steps
1111 Press <MENU> button on the remote control or on the control panel.
zz Main Menu displays.
2222 Use ▲▼ to select any item in the Main Menu.
zz The selected item is highlighted in orange.
3333 Press ►.
zz Items in the Sub Menu can be selected.
4444 Use ▲▼ to select any item in the Sub Menu.
zz The selected item is highlighted in yellow.
5555 Press ► to display adjusting box.
6666 Use ▲▼ to switch or adjust all settings.
7777 Press <MENU> button to go back to the Sub Menu and press again to go back to the
Main Menu, press <MENU> button once more to close the Main Menu.
Sub Menu
Main Menu
Setting Value
or
Adjusting Value
Note
zz Some items may not be adjusted or used for certain signal formats input to the projector. The MENU items that cannot be
adjusted or used are shown in gray characters, and they cannot be selected.
zz Some items can be adjusted even if signals are not input.
zz If there is no operation to the projector for about 30 seconds, the Menu screen and the adjusting screen will disappear
automatically.
zz See pages 34 and 35 for details on the items of Sub Menu.
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Settings
PT-TW330
On-screen Display Menus
Menu Tree
Main Menu
Picture
Position
Sub Menu
2nd Sub Menu
Color Mode
Wall color
Dynamic / PC / Movie / Game / User
White / Light Yellow / Light Blue /
White
Pink / Dark Green
Brightness
Contrast
Sharpness
Saturation
Hue
Gamma
Color Temp.
Color Space
Aspect Ratio
Phase
Clock
H. Position
V. Position
Digital Zoom
V Keystone
Ceiling Mount
Language
Menu Location
Settings
Setting
Audio
Closed Caption
VGA Out (Standby)
Test Pattern
Remote ID
Startup Logo
UART Mode
LAN (Standby)
Reset
Mute
Volume
In Standby Mode
(Audio)
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Low / Mid / High
Auto / RGB / YUV
Auto / 4:3 / 16:9 / 16:10
Front / Front Ceiling / Rear / Rear
Ceiling
English / German / Spanish / French /
Italian / Dutch / Portuguese /
Japanese/ Simplified Chinese /
Polish / Korean / Russian / Swedish /
Traditional Chinese/Arabic /
Norwegian / Turkish / Thai / Czech /
Hungarian / Kazakh
Left Top / Right Top / Center / Left
Bottom / Right Bottom
Off / CC1 / CC2 / CC3 / CC4
On / Off
On / Off
All / ID1 / ID2 / ID3 / ID4 / ID5 / ID6
On / Off
LAN / RS-232
On / Off
Yes / No
On / Off
On / Off
Default Value
Auto
Auto
0
0
Front
Range
0 ~ 100
0 ~ 100
0 ~ 31
0 ~ 100
0 ~ 100
0 ~ +3
0 ~ 31
-5 ~ 5
0 ~ 10
-40 ~ 40
English
Center
Off
Off
Off
All
On
LAN
Off
No
Off
20
Off
0 ~ 32
On-screen Display Menus
Sub Menu
2nd Sub Menu
Default Value
Auto Source
Input
On / Off
HDMI, Computer 1, Computer 2,
Video
On
Auto Power Off (Min)
Lamp Settings
Options
High Altitude
Dust Filter Reminder
Information
LAN
DHCP
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Gateway
DNS
Store
Reset
Lamp Hours Used (Normal)
Lamp Hours Used (ECO)
Lamp Life Off/On
Reminder
Lamp
Normal / Auto / ECO1 /
Power
ECO2 for PT-TW330EA /
Mode
PT-TX300EA.
Normal / Auto / ECO for
PT-TW240EA.
Clear
Yes / No
Lamp
Hours
On / Off
Filters Remind (Hour)
Cleaning Yes / No
up
reminder
Model Name
Source
Resolution
Software Version
Color Space
Aspect Ration
On / Off
Yes / No
Yes / No
0
0
0
On
Range
0~120
Normal
No
Off
0
No
0 ~ 1000
Off
192.168.10.100
255.255.255.0
192.168.10.1
0.0.0.0
Note
lease note that the on-screen display (OSD) menus vary according to the signal type selected and the projector model
zz P
you are using.
zz [Sharpness], [Saturation] and [Hue] are only supported in Video mode.
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Settings
Main Menu
Picture
Picture
Select [Picture] from the Main Menu (see “How
to operate menu” on page 33) and then select
the item from the Sub Menu.
PT-TW330
3333 Press ◄► to select the desired item.
White
Light Yellow
Light Blue
Pink
Dark Green
For White color.
For Light Yellow color.
For Light Blue color.
For Pink color.
For Dark Green color.
Note
zz [Wall Color] does not support movie-based video signals.
Brightness
You can adjust the dark (black) part of the projected image.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Brightness].
2222 Press ► to display the adjustment
dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to adjust the setting value.
Color Mode
There are many factory presets optimized for various
types of images.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Color Mode].
2222 Press ► to display the choosing dialog
box.
3333 Press ◄► to select the desired item.
Dynamic
PC
For computer or notebook.
Settings
For home theater.
Game
For amusing games.
User
For user's favorite image mode.
Note
zz When [Dynamic], [PC], [Movie] or [Game] is selected,
the value of [Brightness], [Contrast], [Sharpness],
[Saturation], [Hue], [Gamma], [Color Temp] will be fixed.
zz When [Brightness], [Contrast], [Sharpness], [Saturation],
[Hue], [Gamma], [Color Temp] is adjusted, [Color Mode]
will change to [User].
zz The value of [User] depends on the type of the input
signal.
Video, 480i/576i, 480p/576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p,
RGB, HDMI (YUV), HDMI (RGB).
Wall color
Select an appropriate color for wall projection.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Wall color].
2222 Press ► to display the choosing dialog
box.
Adjustment
Adjustment
range
Press ►.
Increases the
brightness of the
Maximum
dark (black) parts of value 100
the screen.
Press ◄.
Reduces the
brightness of the
Minimum
dark (black) parts of value 0
the screen.
For bright room.
Movie
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Operation
Contrast
You can adjust the contrast of the colors.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Contrast].
2222 Press ► to display the adjustment
dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to adjust the setting value.
Operation
Adjustment
Adjustment
range
Press ►.
Brightens the screen
Maximum
and makes the color
value 100
of image deeper.
Press ◄.
Darkens the screen
Minimum
and makes the color
value 0
of image lighter.
Sharpness
You can adjust the sharpness of the projected image.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Sharpness].
Picture
Operation
Adjustment
Adjustment
range
Press ►.
Contours become
sharper.
Maximum
value 31
Press ◄.
Contours become
softer.
Minimum
value 0
Note
zz During Video input signal, [Sharpness] can be adjusted.
zz When [RGB] is selected at [Color Space] menu,
[Sharpness] is disable.
Saturation
Adjust a video image from black and white to fully
saturated color.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Saturation].
2222 Press ► to display the adjustment
dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to adjust the setting value.
Operation
Adjustment
Adjustment
range
Gamma
Adjust the gamma table when the dark areas or bright
areas of the image is not clear.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Gamma].
2222 Press ► to display the adjustment
dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to adjust the setting value.
Operation
Adjustment
range
Adjustment
Press ►.
Emphasize detail in Maximum
dark areas of image. value +3
Press ◄.
Emphasize detail
in bright areas of
image.
Minimum
value 0
Color Temp
Select the color temperature.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Color Temp].
2222 Press ► to display the choosing dialog
box.
3333 Press ◄► to select the desired item.
Press ►.
Increase the
Maximum
intensity of the color. value 100
Low
The screen looks warmer.
Mid
The medium color temperature.
Press ◄.
Decrease the
Minimum
intensity of the color. value 0
High
The screen looks colder.
Note
zz During Video input signal, [Saturation] can be adjusted.
zz When [RGB] is selected at [Color Space] menu,
[Saturation] is disable.
Hue
Adjust the skin tone.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Hue].
2222 Press ► to display the adjustment
dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to adjust the setting value.
Operation
Adjustment
Adjustment
range
Press ►.
Adjust the skin tone
to be green.
Maximum
value 100
Press ◄.
Adjust the skin tone
to be red.
Minimum
value 0
Color Space
Select an appropriate color matrix type from Auto,
RGB or YUV.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Color Space].
2222 Press ► to display the choosing dialog
box.
3333 Press ◄► to select the desired item.
Auto
Switched automatically according to
the input signal.
RGB
For computer input.
YUV
For component input.
Note
zz During Video input signal, [Color Space] will be in gray
and can not be operated.
Note
zz During Video input signal and when the color mode is
NTSC or NTSC 4.43, [Hue] can be adjusted.
zz When [RGB] is selected at [Color Space] menu, [Hue] is
disable.
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Settings
2222 Press ► to display the adjustment
dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to adjust the setting value.
Position
Position
Select [Position] from the Main Menu (see “How
to operate menu” on page 33) and then select
the item from the Sub Menu.
PT-TW330
Note
zz If an aspect ratio which is different from the aspect ratio
for the input signals is selected, the pictures will appear
differently from the originals. Be careful of this when
selecting the aspect ratio.
zz If using this projector in places such as cafes or hotels to
display programs for a commercial purpose or for public
presentation, note that adjusting the aspect ratio or using
the zoom function to change the screen pictures may
be an infringement of the rights of the original copyright
owner for that program under copyright protection laws.
Take care when using a function of the projector such as
the aspect ratio adjustment, zoom function, etc.
zz If conventional (normal) 4:3 pictures which are not widescreen pictures are displayed on a wide screen, the
edges of the pictures may not be visible or they may
become distorted. Such pictures should be viewed as
with an aspect ratio of 4:3 in the original format intended
by the creator of the pictures.
Phase
Adjust to achieve an optimal image when there is a
flickering image.
Aspect Ratio
Use this function to choose your desired aspect ratio.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Aspect Ratio].
2222 Press ► to display the choosing dialog
box.
3333 Press ◄► to select the desired item.
4:3
When standard signals*1 are input, the
pictures are displayed without changing
the aspect ratio.
When wide-screen signals*2 are input,
the pictures are displayed with the
aspect ratio converted to 4:3.
Settings
Auto
The projector identifies the video ID
(VID) embedded in the image signals
and displays the image by automatically
switching the screen sizes between 4:3
and 16:9.
16:9
16:10
When standard signals*1 are input, the
pictures are displayed with the aspect
ratio converted to 16:9.
When wide-screen signals*2 are input,
the pictures are displayed without
changing the aspect ratio.
This format is for 16:10 input sources,
like wide screen laptop.
*1: S
tandard signals are input signals with an aspect
ratio of 4:3 or 5:4.
*2: W
ide-screen signals are input signals with an
aspect ratio of 16:10, 16:9, 15:9 or 15:10.
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1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Phase].
2222 Press ► to display the adjustment
dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to adjust the level.
Note
zz During Computer input signal, [Phase] can be adjusted.
Clock
Adjust to achieve an optimal image when there is a
vertical flicker in the image.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Clock].
2222 Press ► to display the adjustment
dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to adjust the level.
Note
zz During Computer input signal, [Clock] can be adjusted.
H Position
Shift the projected image position horizontally.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [H Position].
2222 Press ► to display the adjustment
dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to adjust the level.
Note
zz During Computer input signal, [H Position] can be
adjusted.
Position
Shift the projected image position vertically.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [V Position].
2222 Press ► to display the adjustment
dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to adjust the level.
Note
zz During Computer input signal, [V Position] can be
adjusted.
Digital Zoom
Adjust the magnification of the image. Magnification
can be set from 1.0x to 2.0x in 0.1 increments.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Digital Zoom].
2222 Press ► to display the adjustment
dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to adjust the level.
Note
zz When the [Digital Zoom] is in the enlarge status, exits the
menu screen and the [Zoom] picture will display at the
bottom left of the screen. This indicates the zoom
function is in use.
zz Under the enlarge status, press ▲▼◄► to move the
enlarged image.
zz If the input signal is changed under the enlarge status,
the magnification of [Digital Zoom] will be reset.
V Keystone
This function is used to adjust keystone distortion of
the projected image.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [V Keystone].
2222 Press ► to display the adjustment
dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to adjust the level.
Press the ▼◄ on
the remote control
or the ◄ on the
control panel to
adjust the bottom of
the keystone.
Note
zz The adjusted keystone distortion will store automatically
even when the signal is interrupted or the AC power cord
is plugged out or turned off the projector.
zz When the larger amount of keystone correction, the
picture quality will degrade and it will get harder to focus
with more correction. Set the projector so the correction
will be as small as possible.
zz When keystone correction is performed, the screen size
will also change.
zz Part of Closed caption may not be displayed when high
compensation values are set in [V Keystone].
Ceiling Mount
This function is used to project the image from a
ceiling-mounted projector.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Ceiling Mount].
2222 Press ► to display the choosing dialog
box.
3333 Press ◄► to select the desired item.
Front
When setting on a desk/floor and
projecting from forward.
Front
Ceiling
When mounting on the ceiling and
projecting forward.
Rear
When setting on a desk/floor and
projecting rear (Using translucent
screen).
Rear
Ceiling
When mounting on the ceiling and
projecting from rear (Using translucent
screen).
zz Use the <KEYSTONE+/-> (▲▼) buttons on the
remote control to adjust.
Operation
Screen image
Press the ▲► on
the remote control
or the ► on the
control panel to
adjust the upper of
the keystone.
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Settings
V Position
Setting
Setting
Select [Setting] from the Main Menu (see “How
to operate menu” on page 33) and then select
the item from the Sub Menu.
PT-TW330
Off
Do not display Closed Caption.
CC1
Displays the CC1 data.
CC2
Displays the CC2 data.
CC3
Displays the CC3 data.
CC4
Displays the CC4 data.
Note
zz The closed caption is mainly used in the north America.
This function shows the text information contained in the
image signal. Captions may not be displayed on some
devices or software.
zz You can select [Closed Caption] only when NTSC signal
is input.
zz When Menu screen is displayed, the caption will not be
displayed.
zz Part of Closed caption may not be displayed when high
compensation values are set in [V Keystone].
VGA Out (Standby)
Language
The language used in the On-Screen Menu is
available in English, German, Spanish, French, Italian,
Dutch, Portuguese, Japanese, Simplified Chinese,
Polish, Korean, Russian, Swedish, Traditional
Chinese, Arabic, Norwegian, Turkish, Thai, Czech,
Hungarian and Kazakh.
Settings
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Language].
2222 Press ► to display the language dialog
box.
3333 Press ▲▼ to select the desired item
and press ► to choose.
Menu Location
Switch the menu location on the display screen.
zz Change order: Left Top  Right Top  Center
 Left Bottom  Right Bottom.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Menu Location].
2222 Press ► to display the setting dialog
box.
3333 Press ◄► to select the desired item.
Closed Caption
[Only for NTSC input].
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Closed Caption].
2222 Press ► to display the setting dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to select the desired item.
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When in standby mode, choose whether to output the
signal from <COMPUTER 1> to <MONITOR OUT>
terminal.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [VGA Out (Standby)].
2222 Press ► to display the setting dialog
box.
3333 Press ◄► to switch [On]/[Off].
On
Output image signal from
<MONITOR OUT> terminal when the
projector is in standby mode.
Off
Image signal from <MONITOR OUT>
terminal can not be output when the
projector is in standby mode.
Test Pattern
Use this function to display built-in test pattern when
installing the projector.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Test Pattern].
2222 Press ► to display the setting dialog
box.
3333 Press ◄► to switch [On]/[Off].
zz If you want to return the normal mode to the
previous image, set [Test Pattern] to [Off] in the
[Setting] menu.
On
Display the built-in Test Pattern.
Off
Disable the function.
Setting
Remote ID
When you use the system with multiple projectors,
you can operate all the projectors simultaneously or
each projector individually using single remote control,
if a unique ID number is assigned to each projector.
There are 7 different remote control IDs: [All],
[ID1]~[ID6].
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Remote ID].
2222 Press ► to display the setting dialog
box.
3333 Press ◄► to select the desired item.
LAN (Standby)
Use this function to use network function when the
projector is in standby mode.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [LAN (Standby)].
2222 Press ► to display the setting dialog
box.
3333 Press ◄► to switch [On]/[Off].
Attention
On
LAN function is available when in
standby mode.
Off
LAN function is unavailable when
in standby mode.
zz When operating the projector under [All] code, you can
operate several projectors at the same time.
remote control ID, make sure the remote control ID on
the remote control fit to the remote control ID on the
projector. ( Æpage 20)
Startup Logo
Set this function to display the Panasonic logo when
the projector is turning on.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Startup Logo].
2222 Press ► to display the setting dialog
box.
3333 Press ◄► to switch [On]/[Off].
On
The logo will display when the
projector is turning on.
Off
The logo will not display when the
projector is turning on.
Reset
Return all data that has been set in the [Setting] menu
to the factory defaults.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Reset].
2222 Press ► to display the setting dialog
box.
3333 Press ▲▼ to select [Yes].
4444 Press ► to execute.
Note
zz Lamp used time has been set by user in the [Options]
menu will not be reset.
Settings
zz If you want to control the projector with a specified
UART Mode
Use this function to select RS-232 or LAN function.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [UART Mode].
2222 Press ► to display the setting dialog
box.
3333 Press ◄► to select the desired item.
LAN
RS-232
Control the projector via <LAN>
terminal.
Control the projector via <SERIAL
IN> terminal.
Note
zz When [RS-232] is selected, [LAN(Standby)] and the
items of [LAN] are disable.
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Audio
Audio
Select [Audio] from the Main Menu (see “How
to operate menu” on page 33) and then select
the item from the Sub Menu.
PT-TW330
In Standby Mode (Audio)
This function is used to switch the output audio signal
from the <VARIABLE AUDIO OUT> terminal On/Off at
standby mode.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [In Standby Mode
(Audio)].
2222 Press ► to display the adjustment
dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to switch [On]/[Off].
Note
Mute
Temporarily turn off the sound.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Mute].
2222 Press ► to display the setting dialog
box.
3333 Press ◄► to switch [On]/[Off].
On
Mute.
Off
Output audio.
Settings
zz Press <MUTE> button on the remote control
can also turn on/off the sound.
Volume
Adjust the volume.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Volume].
2222 Press ► to display the adjustment
dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to adjust the volume.
Operation
Adjustment
Adjustment
range
Press ►.
Turn up the volume Maximum value 32
Press ◄.
Turn down the
volume
Minimum value 0
zz You can also press the <VOLUME +/-> buttons
on the remote control or on the control panel.
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On
Output the audio signal from the
<VARIABLE AUDIO OUT> terminal
when in Standby mode.
Off
Mute the audio signal from the
<VARIABLE AUDIO OUT> terminal
when in Standby mode.
zz When setting the [In Standby Mode (Audio)] function to
[On] and in Standby mode status, the connected audio
signal to <AUDIO 1 IN> terminal can be output from the
<VARIABLE AUDIO OUT> terminal. The audio signal
output level is fixed and cannot be adjusted.
Options
Select [Options] from the Main Menu (see “How
to operate menu” on page 33) and then select
the item from the Sub Menu.
PT-TW330
zz The input with a check mark will be able to be
searched when [Auto Source] is set to [On].
zz To remove the check mark, choose the desired
item and press ►.
Auto Power Off (Min)
Set the time to automatically turn off the projector
when there is no signal input.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Auto Power Off
(Min)].
2222 Press ► to display the adjustment
dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to adjust off timer (min).
zz When this function is set to [0 (min)], it is disable.
zz You can set the time in 5 minutes intervals and
the longest set time is 120 minutes.
Note
Set the automatic signal search function when power
on or the source of the signal being received is lost.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Auto Source].
2222 Press ► to display the setting dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to switch [On]/[Off].
On
Off
It will automatically search and
display the signal sources marked
in the [Input] when power on or the
source of the signal being received
is lost.
When the source of the signal
being received is lost, it will not
search other sources.
zz Search and display order: [Computer 1] 
[Computer 2]  [HDMI]  [Video] 
[Computer 1] .
Input
Set the automatic search signal source for [Auto
Source].
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Input].
2222 Press ► to display the setting dialog box.
zz The [Input] menu dialog box is displayed.
Lamp Settings
Displays and sets detail of the lamp settings.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Lamp Settings].
2222 Press ► to display the setting dialog
box.
JJLamp Hours Used (Normal)
zz Displays the used lamp hours under [Normal]
lamp power mode.
JJLamp Hours Used (ECO)
zz Displays the used lamp hours (in real time)
under [Auto] / [ECO1]([ECO]) / [ECO2] lamp
power mode. The time is displayed as the sum
of the time under each setting of [Auto], [ECO1]
([ECO]) and [ECO2] lamp power mode.
JJLamp Life Reminder
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Lamp Life
Reminder].
2222 Press ► to display the setting dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to switch [On]/[Off].
On
Displays the lamp warning message.
(Æpage 56)
Off
The warning lamp message will not
be displayed.
3333 Press ▲▼ to select the input you want
to search and press ►.
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Settings
Auto Source
zz 60 seconds before the auto power off, the countdown
screen will appear. During countdown, the screen will
disappear if there is signal input or operation to the
projector.
Options
Attention
zz If [Lamp Life Reminder] is set to [Off], the lamp warning
message will not be displayed when the lamp used time
reaches the end of lamp life. In this case, please check
the lamp life with the values at the [Lamp Hours Used
(Normal)] and [Lamp Hours Used (ECO)].
JJLamp Power Mode
zz Selects desired lamp power mode under
different situations.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Lamp Power Mode].
2222 Press ► to display the setting dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to select the desired item.
Normal
Normal brightness.
On
For the elevation approx. 1 000 m
(3 300 ft) and approx. 3 000 m
(10 000 ft).
Off
For the elevation below approx.
1 000 m (3 300 ft).
Note
zz When [On] is selected, the speed and the noise of the
fan will increase.
Dust Filter Reminder
Set the cleaning cycle of the filters and reset the use
time of the filters.
Auto
The brightness level of the content is
automatically detected to significantly
reduced lamp power consumption
during periods of inactivity.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Dust Filter
Reminder].
2222 Press ► to display the setting dialog box.
ECO1 /
ECO *1
Lower brightness reduces the lamp
power consumption and extends the
lamp life.
JJFilters Remind (Hour)
ECO2*1
Lowest brightness reduces the lamp
power consumption and extends the
lamp life.
*1: N
ormal / Auto / ECO1 / ECO2 for PT-TW330EA /
PT-TX300EA.
Normal / Auto / ECO for PT-TW240EA.
Note
zz When there is no signal for more than 5 minutes, the
lamp power will be decreased automatically for power
saving.
Settings
JJClear Lamp Hours
zz Reset the lamp usage time after replacing the
lamp unit.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Clear Lamp Hours].
2222 Press ► to display the setting dialog box.
3333 Press ▲▼ to switch [Yes]/[No].
4444 Press ► to execute.
High Altitude
Set to [On] when the projector is used at elevation
approx. 1 000 m (3 300 ft) and approx. 3 000 m
(10 000 ft).
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [High Altitude].
2222 Press ► to display the adjustment
dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to switch [On]/[Off].
zz Set the timer to display the Dust Filter Reminder
message (Æpage 53).
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Filters Remind].
2222 Press ► to display the adjustment
dialog box.
3333 Press ◄► to set the time.
zz The factory default is 0 hour.
zz You can set the time in 50 hours intervals and
the longest set time is 1000 hours.
JJCleaning up Reminder
zz Reset the air filter used time to zero.
zz Reset the air filter hour counter after cleaning
or replacing the dust filter.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Cleaning up
Reminder].
2222 Press ► to display the setting dialog box.
3333 Press ▲▼ to switch [Yes]/[No].
4444 Press ► to execute.
Note
zz It is recommended to clean the air filters regularly every
500 hours of usage.
Information
Displays the input signal source and setting state
information of the projector.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Information].
2222 Press ► to display the information
dialog box.
zz Displays [Model Name], [Source], [Resolution],
[Software Version], [Color Space] and [Aspect
Ratio].
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LAN
LAN
Select [LAN] from the Main Menu (see “How to
operate menu” on page 33) and then select the
item from the Sub Menu.
PT-TW330
On
The projector will acquire the IP
address automatically.
Off
User must set the [IP Address],
[Subnet Mask], [Gateway] and
[DNS] manually.
IP Address
Select an IP Address of projector connected to
network.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [IP Address].
2222 Press ► to display the setting dialog
box.
3333 Press ▲▼◄► to input digit numbers.
4444 Press <MENU> to exit.
Subnet Mask
zz The following settings are set before the projector leaves
the factory.
DHCP
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Gateway
DNS
Off
192.168.10.100
255.255.255.0
192.168.10.1
0.0.0.0
zz If you want to use a DHCP server, please make sure that
the DHCP server is enabled.
zz For more information about the IP Address, Subnet
Mask, Gateway, and DNS, please contact your network
administrator.
DHCP
Set whether to use DHCP server.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [DHCP].
2222 Press ► to display the setting dialog
box.
3333 Press ▲▼ to switch [On]/[Off].
zz Press <MENU> button to exit the switching and
go back to the previous menu.
4444 Press ► to confirm.
zz After selecting [On], the message about LAN
restarting will be displayed. The setting of
DHCP finishes when the message disappears.
Select Subnet Mask of projector for network
connection.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Subnet Mask].
2222 Press ► to display the setting dialog
box.
3333 Press ▲▼◄► to input digit numbers.
4444 Press <MENU> to exit.
Gateway
Select Gateway of projector for network connection.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Gateway].
2222 Press ► to display the setting dialog box.
3333 Press ▲▼◄► to input digit numbers.
4444 Press <MENU> to exit.
DNS
Select DNS of projector for network connection.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [DNS].
2222 Press ► to display the setting dialog
box.
3333 Press ▲▼◄► to input digit numbers.
4444 Press <MENU> to exit.
5555 Press <MENU> to exit.
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Settings
Note
LAN
Store
Save the network settings.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Store].
2222 Press ► to display the setting dialog
box.
3333 Press ▲▼ to switch [Yes]/[No].
4444 Press ► to execute.
zz Select [Yes] to start executing and the resetting
message appears. The store procedure finishes
when the message disappears.
Reset
Return all data that has been set in the [LAN] menu to
the factory defaults.
1111 Press ▲▼ to select [Reset].
2222 Press ► to display the setting dialog
box.
3333 Press ▲▼ to switch [Yes]/[No].
4444 Press ► to execute.
zz Select [Yes] to start executing and the resetting
message appears. The reset procedure finishes
when the message disappears.
Settings
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LAN
Connect to Network
The projector has a network function, and the following operations are available from the computer using the web
browser control.
zz Setting and adjustment of the projector.
zz Display of the projector status.
zz Transmission of an E-mail message when there is a problem with the projector.
This projector supports "Crestron RoomView" and the following application software from Crestron company.
(Æpage 51)
zz RoomView Express
Attention
zz Connects LAN to indoor equipment.
zz Set the [UART Mode] in the [Setting] menu to [LAN] before controlling the projector via <LAN> terminal.
Note
zz A LAN cable is required to use the wired LAN function.
Computer
Projector
LAN cable (straight)
LAN cable (straight)
Hub
Compatible OS : Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7, Mac OS X v10.4/v10.5/v10.6/v10.7
Compatible Web Browser : Internet Explorer 7.0/8.0/9.0, Safari 4.0/5.0 (Mac OS)
zz Communication with an E-mail server is required to use the E-mail function. Confirm that the E-mail can be
used beforehand.
zz Use shielded LAN cable (STP cable) that is compatible with category 5 or above.
zz Use a LAN cable with length of 100 m or shorter.
JJName and function of network function parts
(1) ACT lamp (yellow)
links when the LAN network function acts
B
normal.
(1) (2) (3)
(2) LAN terminal (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX)
Used to connect the LAN cable here.
(3) LINK lamp (green)
Lights on when connected to network.
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Settings
zz A Web browser is required to use this function. Confirm that the Web browser can be used beforehand.
LAN
Computer operation via network
Connection can be made with wired LAN. However, confirm to your system administrator on network settings
before changing any settings.
1111 Turn on the computer.
2222 Make the network setting according to your system administrator.
If the projector settings are the default settings (Æpage 45), the computer can be used with the following
network settings.
DHCP
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Gateway
DNS
Off
192.168.10.101
255.255.255.0
192.168.10.1
NONE
Web Management
1111 Start the WEB browser of the computer.
2222 URL input box of the WEB browser and the IP Address setting of the projector.
3333 Enter password.
zz Input the administrator password. (Æpage 50)
Settings
4444 Click Login button.
zz Display [Projector Information] page.
zz Select page menu on the left to display detail page.
Note
zz For security reason, set an administrator password for the Web Management and restrict the users who can log in.
(Æpage 50)
zz Network connection will be disconnected when you cut off the power, such as unplug the power cord. When you want to
operate the WEB browser after reconnecting the power, please press [F5] on the keyboard to refresh your browser.
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LAN
JJMain Menu description
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(1) Projector Information
. Click this item and the [Projector Information]
displays.
(2) LAN Setting
. Click this item and the [LAN Setting] displays.
(3) Projector Status and Control
. Click this item and the [Projector Status and
Control] displays.
(4) E-mail Setting
. Click this item and the [E-mail Setting] displays.
(5) Security Setting
. Click this item and the [Security Setting] displays.
JJProjector Information
Displays basic information of the projector.
(1)
(2)
(1) Projector Information
. Confirm Projector Information.
. Displays lamp use time [Lamp Hours]
(corresponding value) and projector running hour
[Operation Hours].
(2) Language
.Select Web Management display language (21
languages).
zzSwitches languages among English / German /
French / Italian / Spanish / Dutch / Portuguese
/ Japanese / Traditional Chinese / Simplified
Chinese / Korean / Russian / Polish / Swedish /
Arabic / Turkish / Norwegian / Czech /
Hungarian / Kazakh / Thai.
The On-screen Menu of Language of the
projector can not be changed by the Web
management menu.
Sets the LAN Setting of the projector and press [Save] to store settings.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(1) [Model Name] [Projector Name] [Location]
[Contact]
. Enter projector basic information and press [Save].
(2) [DHCP] [Manual]
.Select [DHCP] when the DHCP client function is
enable.
. [IP Address] [Subnet Mask] [Gateway]
[DNS]
.When DHCP server is unavailable, please select
[Manual] and enter [IP Address], [Subnet Mask],
[Gateway] and [DNS].
(3) [Crestron Control System Device]
.Enter [IP Address], [Device ID] and [Port] when
Crestron RoomView is in use and press [Save].
Attention
zz For the security reason, do not enter any information that third party can recognize your location or name, in [Location] and
[Contact] columns.
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Settings
JJLAN Setting
LAN
JJProjector Status and Control
Sets the projector status and adjusts Image and Audio controls.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(1) [Projector Status]
. Confirm Projector Status.
. Press [Refresh] button to refresh.
. Press [Power ON] or [Power OFF] button to operate
power status.
. Set the time for the projector to shut down
automatically when there is no signal input in [Power
Saving].
. Confirm the [Alert status] of abnormal conditions.
(2) [Image Control]
.Adjust projector image.
.Use the [Auto Adjust] button to adjust image to the
best position and size.
(3) [Audio Control]
.Adjust projector volume.
JJE-mail Setting
Sets E-mail Alert and SMTP Setting and Alert Condition of the projector and press [Save] to store settings.
(1)
(2)
(3)
Note
Settings
zz The E-mail function of this projector does not compatible
with the advanced SMTP server.
(1) [E-mail Alert]
. Click [Enable] when using the E-mail function.
. Login [TO], [CC], [From] of the E-mail address to
enable the abnormal E-mail notification.
. {up to 40 characters in single byte (15+@+24)}
. You can enter [Subject] information such as the
location of the projector that notifies the sender of the
E-mail. (up to 30 characters in single byte )
(2) [SMTP Setting]
.Login [Out going SMTP server]
(up to 30 characters in single byte )
(3) [Alert Condition]
.Login [Lamp warning], [Lamp life reminder],
[Temperature warning] of the Alert Condition to
enable the abnormal E-mail notification. (Æpage 60)
JJSecurity Setting
Sets a password for the administrator to manage the Web.
(1)
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(1) [Administrator]
. When set the password, click [Enable] and enter
both of [New Password] and [Confirm Password] {4
characters in single byte (0~9, A~Z, a~z)}, and then
click [Submit].
LAN
JJCrestron RoomView Control Tool
"Crestron RoomView" is a system developed by Crestron Electronics, Inc. which collectively manage and
control multiple system devices connected via the network, from a computer.
For details of "Crestron RoomView", refer to the Crestron Electronics, Inc. website (Provided only in
English).
http://www.crestron.com/
For the download of "RoomView Express", refer to the Crestron Electronics, Inc. website (Provided only in
English).
http://www.crestron.com/getroomview
Settings
RoomView Express image example
 The following picture is the start example of the downloaded [RoomView Express] after installation.
 For detail operation, please refer to [RoomView Help File].
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intenance
About
indicator
About indicator
status status
If an indicator turns on
If a problem should occur inside the projector, the <TEMP> and/or <LAMP> indicators will inform you. Manage
the indicated problems as follow.
Attention
zz Before you take a remedial measure, follow the procedure of switching the power off indicated in “Powering off the
projector”. (Æpage 29)
zz Confirm the status of the power indicated on the <ON(G)/STANDBY(R)> indicator. (Æpage 28)
<LAMP> indicator
<TEMP> indicator
JJ<TEMP> indicator
Indicator
status
Status
Check
Remedy
Is the air intake/exhaust
Remove any objects that are blocking the air intake/exhaust port.
port blocked?
Are the air filters
blocked?
Lights in
red
Temperature Is the room
too high
temperature high?
Is the projector used
above the altitude of
1 000 m (3 300 ft) ?
Blinks in
red
The fan has
stopped
--
See air filters cleaning or replacing. (Æpages 53-55)
Set up the projector in a location with an ambient temperature of
5°C (41°F) to 40°C (104°F)*.
- Use the projector between the altitude approx. 1 000 m
(3 300 ft) and approx. 3 000 m (10 000 ft) and set [High Altitude]
to [On]. (Æpage 44)
-D
o not use the projector at elevations approx. 3 000 m (10 000 ft).
Disconnect the power plug from the power outlet and contact your
dealer.
* For the elevations below approx. 750 m (2 500 ft). When using the projector at the elevations between approx.
750 m (2 500 ft) and approx. 1 500 m (5 000 ft) sea level, temperature will be 5°C (41°F) to 35°C (95°F). When
using the projector at the elevations between approx. 1 500 m (5 000 ft) and approx. 3 000 m (10 000 ft) sea
level, temperature will be 5°C (41°F) to 30°C (86°F).
JJ<LAMP> indicator
Maintenance
Indicator
status
Status
Lamp does not
Lights in red light; or lights out
during projection
Note
Check
Remedy
Does the projector be turned on
immediately after powering off?
Turn on the projector until the lamp has
completely cooled down.
Lamp unit failure; abnormal lamp
power; lamp broken
Disconnect the power plug from the power
outlet, and contact your dealer.
zz When re-start the projector, turn off the projector, unplug the power cord, and then wait 30 seconds or more before
reconnecting power.
zz If the <TEMP> indicator lights or flashes or the <LAMP> indicator lights despite taking the actions above, plug out the AC
power cord, and contact your dealer for repair.
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Maintenance/replacement Maintenance/replacement
Before cleaning/replacing the unit
zz When you perform maintenance or replacement of the parts, make sure to turn off the power and disconnect
the power plug from the wall outlet. (Æpages 27, 29)
zz Be sure to observe the procedure “Powering off the projector” (Æpage 29) when performing power supply
operation.
Maintenance
JJOuter Case
Wipe off dirt and dust using a soft dry cloth.
zz If the dirt is persistent, soak the cloth with water and wring it thoroughly before wiping. Dry off the projector
with a dry cloth.
zz Do not use benzene, thinner, or rubbing alcohol, other solvents, household cleaners. Using them may
cause deterioration of the outer case.
zz When using chemical treated dusters, follow its instruction.
JJFront glass surface of the lens
Wipe off the dirt and dust off the front surface of the lens with soft clean cloth.
zz Do not use a cloth that has an abrasive surface or a cloth that is moist, oily, or covered with dust.
zz Do not use excessive force when wiping the lens as it is fragile.
Attention
zz The lens are made of glass. Impacts or excessive force when wiping may scratch its surface.
Please handle with care.
JJAir filters
If too much dust accumulates in the air filter, the internal temperature of the projector can not be maintained at
the normal level. Clean the filters after every 500 hours of usage.
zzWhen the Dust Filter Reminder message is displayed.
zzWhen <TEMP> indicator lights in red and then the projector is turned off automatically.
Protrusion
Maintenance
1111 Turn off the projector, and remove the AC power plug from the AC outlet.
2222 Clean up the dust on the projector and around the air vents.
3333 Pull out the air filters straight and slowly with grabbing the knobs.
Air filter (longer filter with
5 rows of intake vents)
Knob
Knob
Protrusion
Air filter (shorter filter with
3 rows of intake vents)
4444 Clean the air filters.
zzVacuum dirt and dust from the air filters.
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Maintenance/replacement
5555 Install the air filters.
zzHold the air filters with the protrusion up towards the top panel as shown in the picture and insert them until
you hear a "click" sound.
6666 Reset the [Filter Reminder].
zzTurn on the power and perform [Cleaning up Reminder] in the [Options] menu. (Æpage 44)
Attention
zz Turn off the power before you clean the air filters.
zz Be sure to attach the air filters properly. If you use the projector without attaching the air filters, the projector may be
damaged due to the dirt or dust.
Note
zz If the air filter has been damaged or dust / dirt can not be removed, please replace it with a new filter.
zz The <TEMP> indicator lights up and the warning temperature message displays because of clogging within 500 hours,
depending on the using environment. In that case, clean the air filters at short intervals.
Maintenance
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Maintenance/replacement
Replacing the unit
JJAir filters
The air filter should be replaced when cleaning is ineffective.
A replacement air filter unit is available separately. (service component)
Contact your dealer for the optional air filters.
Also, please replace the air filters together when replacing the lamp unit.
The air filters (Part Number: Longer filter with 5 rows of intake vents H518PC13G041, Shorter filter with
3 rows of intake vents H518PC12G041) are included with the [ET-LAL331 / ET-LAL341] replacement lamp unit.
JJReplacement of the air filters
1111 Turn off the projector, and remove the AC power plug from the AC outlet.
2222 Clean up the dust on the projector and around the air vents.
3333 Pull out the air filters straight and slowly with grabbing the knobs.
Protrusion
Air filter (longer filter with
5 rows of intake vents)
Knob
Knob
Protrusion
Air filter (shorter filter with
3 rows of intake vents)
4444 Install the new air filters (Replacement air filters).
zzHold the air filters with the protrusion up towards the top panel as shown in the picture and insert them until
you hear a "click" sound.
5555 Reset the [Filter Reminder].
zzTurn on the power and perform [Cleaning up Reminder] in the [Options] menu. (Æpage 44)
Attention
event of the air filter unit dropping.
zz Do not operate the projector with the air filter unit removed. Dust may accumulate on the optical elements degrading picture
quality.
zz Do not put anything into the air vents. Doing so may result in malfunction of the projector.
JJLamp unit
The lamp unit is a consumable component. See "When to replace the lamp unit" about the lifespan.
It is recommended to ask an authorized engineer to replace the lamp unit. Contact your dealer.
Consult your dealer to purchase a replacement lamp unit.
(for PT-TW330EA / PT-TX300EA: ET-LAL341; for PT-TW240EA: ET-LAL331)
CAUTION:
■ Do not replace the lamp unit when it is hot. (Wait at least 1 hour after use.)
The inside of the cover can become very hot, take care to avoid burn injuries.
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Maintenance
zz Turn off the power before you replace the air filters.
zz When attaching the air filter unit, make sure that the projector is stable, and work in an environment that is safe, even in the
Maintenance/replacement
JJNotes on the replacement of the lamp unit
zz The luminous source of the lamp is made of glass and may burst if you hit it against a hard surface or drop
it. Please handle with care.
zz A Phillips screwdriver is required for replacement of the lamp unit.
zz Be careful of hands slip when you using a screwdriver.
zz When replacing the lamp unit, be sure to hold it by the handle.
zz When replacing the lamp because it has stopped illuminating, there is a possibility that the lamp may be
broken. If replacing the lamp of a projector which has been installed on the ceiling, you should always
assume that the lamp is broken, and you should stand to the side of the lamp cover, not underneath it.
Remove the lamp cover gently. Small pieces of glass may fall out when the lamp cover is opened. If pieces
of glass get into your eyes or mouth, seek medical advice immediately.
zz The lamp contains mercury. Consult your local municipality or your dealer about correct disposal of used
lamp units.
Attention
zz Be sure to use the lamp unit specified.
Note
zz The part numbers of accessories and separately sold components are subject to change without notice.
JJWhen to replace the lamp unit
The lamp unit is a consumable component. Brightness decreases according to duration of usage, so
periodical replacement of the lamp unit is necessary. The estimated duration before replacement is 3 000
hours for PT-TW330EA / PT-TX300EA, 4 000 hours for PT-TW240EA. However, this may be shortened
depending on individual lamp characteristics, usage conditions, and the installation environment. Therefore, it
is strongly recommended that a replacement lamp unit be prepared.
When the projection lamp of the projector reaches its end of life, the warning message appears on the screen.
Replace the lamp with a new one promptly.
On screen:Warning Lamp message
Model name
Lamp runtime
PT-TW330EA /
PT-TX300EA
Over 2 970 hours
If the lamp is used over 2 970 hours, the warning message will
appear. When any button is pressed, the message will disappear.
PT-TW240EA
Over 3 970 hours
If the lamp is used over 3 970 hours, the warning message will
appear. When any button is pressed, the message will disappear.
Attention
zz If [Lamp Life Reminder] is set to [Off], the lamp warning message will not be displayed when the lamp used time reaches
the end of lamp life. In this case, please check the lamp life with the values at the [Lamp Hours Used (Normal)] and [Lamp
Hours Used (ECO)].
Maintenance
Note
zz The usage period of 3 000 hours / 4 000 hours is a rough estimate and is not guaranteed.
zz Used for PT-TW330EA/TX300EA
The used lamp time is calculated internally in the following formula as the used time in each setting of [Normal], [Auto],
[ECO1] and [ECO2] in [Lamp power mode]:
Lamp runtime = ( Lamp runtime of [Normal] × 60 + Lamp runtime of [Auto] × 24 + Lamp runtime of [ECO1] or [ECO2] × 45)
÷ 60
 In order to estimate the lamp life, please refer to [Lamp Hours Used (Normal)] and [Lamp Hours used (ECO)] in
the [Lamp settings] menu (Æ page 43). [Lamp Hours Used (ECO)] is a total real time under [Auto], [ECO1] and
[ECO2] lamp power modes. Please note that they are not displayed individually.
 Lamp use time = ( [Lamp Hours Used (Normal)] × 60 + [Lamp Hours Used (ECO)] × α1) ÷ 60
W
hen setting under both [Normal] and [ECO1]/[ECO2], not using [Auto]: α1 = 45
When setting under both [Normal] and [Auto], not using [ECO1]/[ECO2]: α1 = 24
When setting under both [ECO1]/[ECO2] and [Auto]: 24 < α1 < 45
The ratio of α1 will be smaller if the used time of [Auto] is more than that of [ECO1]/[ECO2].
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Maintenance/replacement
zz Used for PT-TW240EA
The used lamp time is calculated internally in the following formula as the used time in each setting of [Normal], [Auto] and
[ECO] in [Lamp power mode]:
Lamp runtime = (Lamp runtime of [Normal] × 51 + Lamp runtime of [Auto] × 24 + Lamp runtime of [ECO] × 34) ÷ 51
 In order to estimate the lamp life, please refer to [Lamp Hours Used (Normal)] and [Lamp Hours used (ECO)] in
the [Lamp settings] menu (Æ page 43). [Lamp Hours Used (ECO)] is a total real time under [Auto] and [ECO]
lamp power modes. Please note that they are not displayed individually.
 Lamp use time = ( [Lamp Hours Used (Normal)] × 51 + [Lamp Hours Used (ECO)] × α2) ÷ 51
W
hen setting under both [Normal] and [ECO], not using [Auto]: α2 = 34
When setting under both [Normal] and [Auto], not using [ECO]: α2 = 24
When setting under both [ECO] and [Auto]: 24 < α2 < 34
The ratio of α2 will be smaller if the used time of [Auto] is more than that of [ECO].
JJReplacing the Lamp unit
Attention
zz When the projector is mounted on a ceiling, do not work with your face close to the projector.
zz Attach the lamp unit and the lamp cover securely.
zz When you experience difficulty in installing the lamp, remove it and try again. If you use force to install the lamp, the
connector may be damaged.
zz Do not loosen other than designated screws.
Handle
Lamp unit screws
Lamp cover
Lamp cover screw
zzOpen the lamp cover by pulling it slowly toward the direction of the arrow.
3333 Use a Phillips screwdriver to loosen the two lamp unit screws until the screws turn
freely. Pull up the handle, and pull out the lamp unit gently.
4444 Insert the new lamp unit in correct direction. Tighten the two lamp unit screws
securely with a Phillips screwdriver.
5555 Close the lamp cover, and tighten the Lamp cover screw securely with a Phillips
screwdriver.
JJReset the Lamp Hours Used
After replacing the lamp unit, make sure to reset the usage time in the [Clear Lamp Hours] menu. (Æpage 44)
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Maintenance
1111 Turn off the Power by following the procedure in "Powering off the projector".
(Æpage 29). Remove the AC power plug from the wall outlet. Wait at least 1 hour and
make sure the lamp unit and surroundings are cool.
2222 Use a Phillips screwdriver to loosen the lamp cover screw and open the lamp cover.
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Please check following points. For details, see the corresponding pages.
Problem
Cause
Reference
page
zz The power cord may not be connected.
—
zz No electric supply is at the wall outlet.
—
Power does not turn zz The circuit breakers have tripped.
on.
zz Is the <LAMP> indicator, <ON(G)/STANDBY(R)> indicator, or <TEMP >
indicator lit or blinking?
28, 52
zz The lamp cover has not been securely installed.
57
zz The video signal input source may not be connected to a terminal
26
zz The input selection setting may not be correct.
30
zz The [Brightness] adjustment setting may be at the minimum setting.
36
zz The input source which is connected to the projector may have a
—
zz The [AV mute] function may be in use.
16
zz The lens focus may not have been set correctly.
30
properly.
No picture appears.
problem.
The picture is fuzzy.
zz The projector may not be at the correct distance from the screen.
No sound from the
internal speaker
53
zz The projector may be tilted too much.
—
—
zz RGB cable is damaged.
—
zz The input terminals may not have been correctly connected.
26
zz The volume may have been set to the minimum level.
42
zz The [AV mute] function may have been turned on.
16
zz When the VARIABLE AUDIO OUT is plugged-in, the projector's built-in
19
zz The Mute function may have been turned on.
42
zz The battery may be weak.
—
zz The battery may not have been inserted correctly.
20
zz The remote control signal receptor on the projector may be obstructed.
16
zz The remote control unit may be out of the operation range.
16
zz Strong light such as fluorescent shine onto the signal receptor.
16
adjusted correctly.
Maintenance
zz When different remote IDs are set on the projector and on the remote
control.
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36~37
zz The input source which is connected to the projector may not be
speaker is not available.
The remote control
does not operate.
22~23
zz The lens may be dirty.
zz [Color Mode] or [Hue] adjustment may be incorrect.
The color is pale or
grayish.
—
20, 41
Troubleshooting
Problem
Reference
page
Cause
zz For computer input, press the <AUTO ADJ.> button on the remote
—
control.
z If you are using a Windows PC:
Partial, scrolling
or incorrectly
displayed image
1. Open the [My Computer] icon, then click the [Control Panel] folder.
2. Click the [Display] icon and select the [Settings] tab and set the
display resolution lower than or equal to UXGA (1600 × 1200).
z If you are using a Notebook:
1. First, follow the steps above to adjust resolution of the computer.
2. Press the appropriate keys listed below for your notebook
manufacturer to send signal out from notebook to projector.
Panasonic  [Fn]+[F3]
Gateway  [Fn]+[F4]
SHARP  [Fn]+[F5]
IBM/Lenovo  [Fn]+[F7]
SONY  [Fn]+[F7]
Asus  [Fn]+[F8]
NEC  [Fn]+[F3]/[F5]
DELL  [Fn]+[F1]/[F8]
Apple  [F7]/[Command]+ [F2]
or System Preference  Monitor 
SAMSUNG  [Fn]+[F4]
Acer  [Fn]+[F5]
TOSHIBA  [Fn]+[F5]
LG  [Fn]+[F7]
EPSON  [Fn]+[F8]
FUJITSU  [Fn]+[F10]
HP/Compaq  [Fn]+[F4]/[F5]
Resolution
z If you experience difficulty changing resolutions or your monitor freezes,
restart all equipment including the projector.
zz Some Notebook PCs may deactivate their own screens when a second
display device is in use. Each has a different way to be reactivated.
Refer to your computer’s manual for detailed information.
—
Image is unstable or zz Adjust [Phase] in the [Position] menu.
flickering
38
zz Adjust [Clock] in the [Position] menu.
Vertical lines can be
zz Please change the output of the computer that is compatible with this
seen from the image
projector.
38
The image may
be stretched due
to different video
sources
zz When the video source is 16:9, adjust [16:9] in [Aspect Ratio] in the
[Position] menu.
zz When the video source is 4:3, adjust [4:3] in [Aspect Ratio] in the
[Position] menu.
zz If the image remains stretched after the previous settings, please adjust
the aspect ratio of the player.
38
Image is too small
or too large
zz Move the projector closer to or further from the screen.
zz Confirm [Aspect Ratio] in the [Position] menu.
38
Image is reversed
zz Confirm [Ceiling Mount] in the [Position] menu.
39
The projector stops
responding to all
controls
Lamp burns out or
makes a popping
sound
22~23
zz If possible, turn off the projector, then unplug the power cord and wait at
least 30 seconds before reconnecting power.
zz When the lamp reaches its end of life, it will burn out and may make a
loud popping sound. If this happens, the projector will not turn on until
the lamp module has been replaced.
52
—
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Maintenance
The screen of the
Notebook computer
is not displaying
your presentation
Troubleshooting
Problem
Cause
Reference
page
zz Dust Filter Reminder Message:
53
his message displays when the projector reached the timer set in
T
the [Filter Reminder (Hour)]. In this case, please clean the air filters or
replace them.
zz Lamp Warning Message:
56
Messages displays
he lamp has reached its end of life, please replace it as soon as
T
possible.
zz Fan Locked Warning Message:
his shows the fan has stopped during projection and the power will be
T
shut off soon. Unplug the power cord from the outlet and contact your
dealer for details.
52
zz Temperature Fail Message :
he internal temperature is too high and the power will be shut off soon,
T
please confirm the display items.
Attention
zz Please contact your dealer if the projector still can not be operated normally after following the instructions above.
Note
Maintenance
zz The <AUTO ADJ.> operation may not optimize the image position or the resolution, depending on the input signal format or
the image contents. In this case, switch to a different image and execute <AUTO ADJ.> again.
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Appendix
Appendix
Serial terminal
The serial connector which is on the connector panel of the projector conforms to the RS-232C interface
specification, so that the projector can be controlled by a personal computer which is connected to this connector.
Attention
zz Set the [UART Mode] in the [Setting] menu to [RS-232] before controlling the projector via <SERIAL IN> terminal.
JJConnection
Connecting terminals
on projector
Computer
D-Sub 9-pin (female)
D-Sub 9-pin (male)
Communication cable
(straight)
JJPin assignments and signal names
D-Sub 9-pin (female)
Outside view
Pin No.
Signal name
—
TXD
RXD
—
GND
—
CTS
RTS
—
Contents
NC
Transmitted data
Received data
NC
Earth
NC
Connected internally
NC
JJCommunication conditions
Signal level
Sync. method
Baud rate
Parity
RS-232C-compliant
Asynchronous
19 200 bps
None
Character length
Stop bit
X parameter
S parameter
8 bits
1 bit
None
None
JJCable specifications
[When connected to a computer]
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Computer (DTE
specifications)
Appendix
Projector
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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Appendix
JJBasic format
Transmission from the computer begins with STX, then the command, parameter, and ETX are sent in this
order. Add parameters according to the details of control.
STX
C1
Start
(1 byte)
C2
C3
:
P1
Colon
(1 byte)
3 command
characters
(3 bytes)
P2
Pn
Parameter
(undefined length)
ETX
End
(1 byte)
½½½ When sending commands without parameters, a colon (:) is not necessary.
JJBasic format (with sub command)
Same as basic format
STX
S1
C1
S2
S3
C2
C3
S4
Sub command (5 bytes)
:
S5
ETX
E
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
Parameter (6 bytes)
Symbol “+” or “-” (1 byte) and set value or
adjustment value (5 bytes)
Operation (1 byte)
“=” (Value specified using parameter is set)
½½½ When transmitting a command which does not need a parameter, the operation (E) and parameter are not
necessary.
Appendix
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Appendix
JJControl commands
When controlling the projector from a computer, the following commands are available:
[Projector control command]
Control contents
PON
Power [ON]
POF
Power [OFF]
Remarks
INPUT selection
(Parameter)
VID = Video
RG1 = Computer 1
RG2 = Computer 2
HD1 = HDMI
OSH
AV mute function
Turn off the projection and sound temporarily.
Do not send the command consecutively.
(Parameters)
0 = AV MUTE mode off
1 = AV MUTE mode on
AMT
Volume mute function
0 = OFF
1 = ON
QPW
Power query
000 = Standby
001 = Power on
Lamp condition query
(Call back)
0 = Stand-by
1 = Lamp ON control active
2 = Lamp ON
3 = Lamp OFF control active
IIS
Q$S
Appendix
Command
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Appendix
Other terminals
JJPin assignments and signal names of <COMPUTER 1 IN/COMPUTER 2 IN>
terminal
Pin No.
Outside view
Signal names
R/PR
G/G SYNC/Y
B/PB
+5V
DDC data
HD/SYNC
VD
DDC clock
: Not assigned
- , ,
: GND terminals
JJPin assignments and signal names of <MONITOR OUT> terminal
Pin No.
Outside view
Signal names
R/PR
G/G SYNC/Y
B/PB
HD/SYNC
VD
,
-
,
,
,
,
: Not assigned
: GND terminals
JJPin assignments and signal names of <HDMI IN> terminal
Pin No.
Outside view
Even-numbered pins
to
Odd-numbered pins
to
Appendix
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Signal names
T.M.D.S data 2+
T.M.D.S data 2 shield
T.M.D.S data 2T.M.D.S data 1+
T.M.D.S data 1 shield
T.M.D.S data 1T.M.D.S data 0+
T.M.D.S data 0 shield
T.M.D.S data 0T.M.D.S clock +
Pin No.
Signal names
T.M.D.S clock shield
T.M.D.S clock CEC
—
SCL
SDA
DDC/CEC GND
+5V
Hot plug detection
Appendix
PJLink protocol
The network function of the projector supports PJLink class 1, and the PJLink protocol can be used to perform
projector setting and projector status query operations from a computer.
JJControl commands
The following table lists the PJLink protocol commands that can be used to control the projector.
Command
Control details
POWR
Power supply control
POWR ?
Power supply status query
INPT
Input selection
INPT ?
Input selection query
AVMT
AV MUTE control
AVMT ?
AV MUTE status query
ERST ?
Error status query
LAMP ?
Lamp status query
INST ?
Input selection list query
NAME ?
INF1 ?
Projector name query
Manufacturer name query
INF2 ?
Model name query
CLSS ?
Class information query
Notes
Parameters
0 = Standby
1 = Power ON
Parameters
0 = Standby
1 = Power ON
2 = Cool-down in progress 3 =Warm-up in progress
Parameters
11 = Computer 1
12 = Computer 2
21 = VIDEO
31 = HDMI
Parameters
30 = AV MUTE mode off
31 = AV MUTE mode on
Parameters
1st byte : Indicates fan errors, range 0 – 2
2nd byte : Indicates lamp errors, range 0 – 2
3rd byte : Indicates temperature errors, range 0 – 2
4th byte : Fixed at 0
5th byte : Indicates filter errors, range 0 – 2
6th byte : Indicates other errors, range 0 – 2
Definitions for each value from 0 to 2 are as follows.
0 = No error known
1 = Warning
2 = Error
Parameters
1st digits (1 – 5 digits) : Lamp cumulative operating time
2nd digit : 0 = Lamp off, 1 = Lamp on
The followings are returned as parameters.
“11, 12, 21, 31”
The name set for [Projector name] in [LAN Settings] is returned.
“Panasonic” is returned.
Answer the model name with "TW330EA", "TW240EA" or
"TX300EA".
“1” is returned.
JJPJLink security authorization
Appendix
The password for PJLink is the same as the password for Web Management. (Æpage 50)
When using PJLink without security authorization, set use without the password in Web Management.
For specifications regarding PJLink, refer to the Japan Business Machine and Information System
Industries Association website.
http://pjlink.jbmia.or.jp/english/
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Appendix
List of compatible signals
The following table specifies the types of signals compatible with the projectors.
Format : V
= VIDEO, R = RGB, Y = YPBPR, H = HDMI
Scanning
frequency
Mode
Display
resolution *1
(dots)
H (kHz)
NTSC/NTSC4.43/
PAL-M/PAL60
-
PAL/PAL-N/
SECAM
Plug and play *3
V (Hz)
Dot clock
frequency
(MHz)
Format
15.75
59.9
-
-
15.63
50.0
COMPUTER 1/
COMPUTER 2
HDMI
V
-
-
-
V
-
-
720 x 480i
15.73
59.9
13.50
Y
-
-
525i (480i)
720(1 440) x 480i
(*2)
15.73
59.9
27.00
H
-
o
720 x 576i
15.63
50.0
13.50
Y
-
-
625i (576i)
720(1 440) x 576i
(*2)
15.63
50.0
27.00
H
-
o
525p (480p)
720 x 483
31.47
59.9
27.00
Y/H
-
o
625p (576p)
720 x 576
31.25
50.0
27.00
Y/H
-
o
750 (720)/60p
1 280 x 720
45.00
60.0
74.25
Y/H
-
o
750 (720)/50p
1 280 x 720
37.50
50.0
74.25
Y/H
-
o
1125 (1080)/60i
1 920 x 1 080i
33.75
60.0
74.25
Y/H
-
o
1125 (1080)/50i
1 920 x 1 080i
28.13
50.0
74.25
Y/H
-
o
1125 (1080)/24p
1 920 x 1 080
27.00
24.0
74.25
Y/H
-
o
1125 (1080)/60p
1 920 x 1 080
67.50
60.0
148.50
Y/H
-
o
1125 (1080)/50p
1 920 x 1 080
56.25
50.0
148.50
Y/H
-
o
31.47
59.9
25.18
R/H
o
o
35.00
66.7
30.24
R/H
o
o
37.86
72.8
31.50
R/H
o
o
37.50
75.0
31.50
R/H
o
o
43.27
85.0
36.00
R/H
-
-
35.16
56.3
36.00
R/H
o
o
37.88
60.3
40.00
R/H
o
o
48.08
72.2
50.00
R/H
o
o
46.88
75.0
49.50
R/H
o
o
53.67
85.1
56.25
R/H
-
-
49.73
74.6
57.28
R/H
o
o
48.36
60.0
65.00
R/H
o
o
56.48
70.1
75.00
R/H
o
o
60.02
75.0
78.75
R/H
o
o
68.68
85.0
94.50
R/H
-
-
68.68
75.1
100.00
R/H
-
-
47.78
59.9
79.50
R/H
-
-
60.29
74.9
102.25
R/H
-
-
1 280 x 720
44.77
60.0
74.50
R/H
o
o
1 280 x 800
49.70
59.8
83.50
R/H
o
o
60.00
60.0
108.00
R/H
o
o
75.20
75.0
130.00
R/H
-
-
VGA
SVGA
MAC16
XGA
MAC21
640 x 480
800 x 600
832 x 624
1 024 x 768
1 152 x 870
1 280 x 768
WXGA
Appendix
MSXGA
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1 280 x 960
Appendix
Mode
Display
resolution *1
(dots)
SXGA
1 280 x 1 024
Scanning
frequency
H (kHz)
V (Hz)
Dot clock
frequency
(MHz)
63.98
60.0
108.00
79.98
75.0
135.00
91.15
85.0
Plug and play *3
Format
COMPUTER 1/
COMPUTER 2
HDMI
R/H
o
o
R/H
o
o
157.50
R/H
-
-
1366x768
1 366 x 768
47.72
59.8
84.75
R/H
o
o
SXGA+
1 400 x 1 050
65.32
60.0
121.75
R/H
o
o
UXGA
1 600 x 1 200
75.00
60.0
162.00
R/H
o
o
*1: “i” added to the resolution value indicates an interlaced signal.
*2: HDMI signal of 480i and 576i is only supported by 27MHz Dot clock signal.
*3: Where marked "o" signals indicates in Plug and Play is compatible with EDID of projector. Unmarked signals in Plug and
Play may also be compliant if input terminals are written in the format list. Where Plug and Play is unmarked and nothing is
written in the format list, difficulties in projecting image may occur even when computer and projector appear to have same
resolution.
Note
Appendix
zz The number of display dots is 1 024 x 768 for the PT-TX300EA and 1 280 x 800 for the PT-TW330EA, PT-TW240EA.
A signal with a different resolution will be projected after converting the resolution to match the projector display.
zz When interlaced signals are connected, flicker may occur on the projected image.
zz Even the above signals exist, some image signals that recorded in special method may not be displayed.
zz The <AUTO ADJ.> operation may not optimize the image position or the resolution, depending on the input signal format or
the image contents. In this case, switch to a different image and execute <AUTO ADJ.> again.
zz When the detected signal is out of display range under PC source, the "Out of display range" message will display on the
top left corner of the image.
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Specifications
Specifications
Model No.
PT-TX300EA
Power supply
PT-TW330EA
PT-TW240EA
100 V − 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
100 V - 240 V, 2.7 A-1.1 A,
254 W
100 V - 240 V, 3.3 A-1.3 A, 301 W
Power consumption
Panel
size
Standby power consumption
zz0.5 W When [LAN (Standby)]/[VGA Out (Standby)]/[In Standby Mode (Audio)] are all set
to [Off].
zz6.0 W When one or more among [LAN (Standby)]/[VGA Out (Standby)]/[In Standby Mode
(Audio)] is/are set to [On].
14.0 mm (0.55")
(Aspect ratio 4:3)
Display
method
DLP panel
Pixels
Lens
DLP™ chip × 1, DLP™ system
786 432 pixels
(1 024 x 768 dots)
1 024 000 pixels
(1 280 x 800 dots)
Fixed focus, (0.626:1 throw ratio)
Manual focus F 2.8, f = 7.26 mm
Fixed focus, (0.521:1 throw ratio)
Manual focus F 2.8, f = 7.51 mm
Luminous lamp
Light output *1
Contrast ratio*1
for Video
signal
for RGB
signal
Applicable
for YPBPR
scanning
frequency *2 signal
for HDMI
signal
Color system
Projection size
16.5 mm (0.65")
(Aspect ratio 16:10)
240 W UHM lamp
3 000 lm
190 W UHM lamp
3 100 lm
2 700 lm
7 500 : 1 (all white / all black)
For RGB signal input, set [Color Mode] to [Dynamic] and [Lamp Power Mode] to [Auto]
Horizontal 15.75 kHz / 15.63 kHz, Vertical 60 Hz / 50 Hz
Horizontal 15 kHz to 91.1 kHz, Vertical 24 Hz to 85.1 Hz
Dot clock frequency: 162 MHz or less
[525i(480i)]
[625i(576i)]
[525p(480p)]
[625p(576p)]
[750(720)/60p]
[750(720)/50p]
[1125(1080)/60i]
[1125(1080)/50i]
[1125(1080)/24p]
[1125(1080)/60p]
[1125(1080)/50p]
Horizontal 15.75 kHz, Vertical 60 Hz
Horizontal 15.63 kHz, Vertical 50 Hz
Horizontal 31.50 kHz, Vertical 60 Hz
Horizontal 31.25 kHz, Vertical 50 Hz
Horizontal 45.00 kHz, Vertical 60 Hz
Horizontal 37.50 kHz, Vertical 50 Hz
Horizontal 33.75 kHz, Vertical 60 Hz
Horizontal 28.13 kHz, Vertical 50 Hz
Horizontal 27.00 kHz, Vertical 24 Hz
Horizontal 67.50 kHz, Vertical 60 Hz
Horizontal 56.25 kHz, Vertical 50 Hz
525i(480i), 625i(576i), 525p(480p), 625p(576p), 750(720)/60p, 750(720)/50p,
1125(1080)/60i, 1125(1080)/50i, 1125(1080)/24p, 1125(1080)/60p, 1125(1080)/50p
zzDisplayable resolution: VGA to UXGA (non-interlace)
zzDot clock frequency: 25 MHz ~ 162 MHz
7 (NTSC, NTSC4.43, PAL, PAL-N, PAL-M, SECAM, PAL60)
40"-200" *3
50"-200" *3
Screen aspect ratio
4:3
16:10
Projection scheme
Front / Rear / Mount on Ceiling / Floor (Menu setting system)
Speaker
Maximum usable
volume output
1 (7.1 cm x 4.1 cm)
8W
Appendix
***** Measurement, measuring conditions and method of notation all comply with ISO21118 international
standards.
***** For details of video signals that can be projected using this projector, refer to “List of compatible signals”.
(Æpages 66-67)
***** The value of native aspect ratio (4:3 for PT-TX300EA; 16:10 for PT-TW330EA and PT-TW240EA).
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Specifications
Model No.
PT-TX300EA
PT-TW330EA
PT-TW240EA
2 sets, high-density D-Sub 15p (female)
[RGB signal]
0.7 V [p-p] 75 Ω (When G-SYNC: 1.0 V [p-p] 75 Ω)
COMPUTER 1
HD/SYNC TTL high impedance, automatic positive/negative polarity compatible
IN /
COMPUTER 2
VD TTL high impedance, automatic positive/negative polarity compatible
IN
SYNC/HD and VD are not compliant with 3 value composite SYNC
[YPBPR signal]
Y: 1.0 V [p-p] including synchronization signal, PBPR: 0.7 V [p-p] 75 Ω
1 set, high-density D-Sub 15p (female)
[RGB signal]
0.7 V [p-p] 75 Ω (When G-SYNC: 1.0 V [p-p] 75 Ω)
MONITOR OUT
HD/SYNC TTL high impedance
VD TTL high impedance
Terminals
[YPBPR signal]
Y: 1.0 V [p-p] including synchronization signal, PBPR: 0.7 V [p-p] 75 Ω
VIDEO
1 (Pin jack 1.0 V [p-p] 75 Ω)
HDMI
1 (HDMI 19 pin, HDCP and Deep color compatible)
AUDIO 1 IN
AUDIO 2 IN
VARIABLE
AUDIO OUT
2 (M3 stereo mini jack, 0.5 V [rms], input impedance 22 kΩ and more)
1 (M3 stereo mini jack, stereo monitor output compatible,
0 V [rms] to 2.0 V [rms] variable, output impedance 2.2 kΩ and less)
SERIAL IN
1 (D-sub 9 pin, RS-232C compliant, for computer control use)
LAN
1 (For RJ-45 network connection: PJLink (class 1) compatible)
Power cable length
Cabinet
Dimensions
Weight
Noise level *5
3.0 m (118.11")
Molded plastic
Width: 288.0 mm (11.34")
Height: 99.8 mm (3.93")
(when adjustable feet
shortened)
Depth:246.7 mm (9.71")
Width: 288.0 mm (11.34")
Height: 99.8 mm (3.93")
(when adjustable feet shortened)
Depth:246.8 mm (9.72")
Approx.2.5 kg (5.5 lbs.) *4
When set to [Normal] in [Lamp power mode]: 37 dB
When set to [ECO2] in [Lamp power mode]: 29 dB
When set to [Normal] in
[Lamp power mode]: 35 dB
When set to [ECO] in [Lamp
power mode]: 29 dB
***** This is an average value. It may differ depending on individual product.
***** Measurement, measuring conditions and method of notation all comply with ISO21118 international
standards.
zz The part numbers of accessories and separately sold components are subject to change without notice.
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Appendix
Operating environment temperature:
5 °C to 40 °C (For 0 - 2 500 ft), (Elevation: below approx. 750 m);
Operating environment
5 °C to 35 °C (For 2 500 - 5 000 ft), (Elevation: approx. 750 m - approx.1 500 m);
5 °C to 30 °C (For 5 000 - 10 000 ft), (Elevation: approx. 1 500 m - approx.3 000 m);
Operating environment humidity: 20 % to 80 % (no condensation)
Power supply
DC 3 V (Lithium coin battery)
Operating
Approx. 8 m (26.25 ft) (when operated directly in front of signal receiver)
Remote range
control
Weight
23 ] (0.81 ozs.) (including battery)
Dimensions
Width : 40.6 mm (1.60"), Length : 86.5 mm (3.41"), Height : 7.2 mm (0.28")
Ceiling mount bracket safeguards
Specifications
Dimensions
*2
246.0 (9.68) ~ 246.7 (9.71”)
246.1 (9.69) ~ 246.8 (9.72”)
220.1 (8.67”)
*1
<Unit : mm (inch)>
288.0 (11.3”)
48.0
(1.89")
42.8
(1.69")
51.8 (2.04”)
47.8 (1.88”)
90.8 (3.58”)
77.0 (3.03”)
99.8 (3.93”)
70.8 (2.79”)
*1: PT-TX300EA
*2: PT-TW330EA, PT-TW240EA
 : Actual dimension may differ by product.
Ceiling mount bracket safeguards
zz Installation work of the ceiling mount bracket should only be carried by a qualified technician.
zz Even if it is during guaranteed period, the manufacturer is not responsible for any hazard or damage caused
by using a ceiling mount bracket which is not purchased from an authorized distributors, or environmental
conditions.
zz Remove an unused ceiling mount bracket promptly.
zz Ensure to use a torque driver and do not use an electrical screwdriver or an impact screwdriver.
zz For details, see the work instruction manual packed together with the ceiling mount bracket.
zz The model Nos. of the accessories and the parts sold separately are subject to change without notice.
zz Make sure the screws on the ceiling mount kit cannot touch the metal parts materials (metallic lath, wire or
board) in the ceiling board. Otherwise it may result in fire hazard.
Bottom view
Model No. of ceiling mount bracket:
ET-PKV100H (for high ceilings)
ET-PKV100S (for low ceilings)
Model No. of projector mount bracket:
ET-PKL300B
Appendix
M3 x 0.5
6 mm (0.24")
Torque:0.8 ± 0.1 N · m
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Index
Index
A
L
B
M
Basic operations by using
the remote control........................31
Before cleaning/replacing the unit...53
Before connecting to the projector..25
Brightness.......................................36
C
Cautions on use..............................14
Cautions when installing..................12
Cautions when transporting.............12
Ceiling Mount..................................39
Ceiling mount bracket safeguards...70
Clock...............................................38
Closed Caption................................40
Color Mode......................................36
Color Space.....................................37
Color Temp......................................37
Computer operation via network.....48
Connecting example: Computers....26
Connecting terminals.......................19
Connecting the power cord.............27
Connections....................................25
Connect to Network.........................47
Contrast...........................................36
Control panel...................................18
Crestron RoomView Control Tool....51
D
DHCP..............................................45
Digital Zoom....................................39
Dimensions......................................70
Disposal...........................................13
DNS.................................................45
Dust Filter Reminder.......................44
F
FREEZE..........................................32
G
Gamma............................................37
Gateway..........................................45
H
High Altitude....................................44
How to adjust the state of
the image.....................................30
H Position........................................38
Hue..................................................37
I
ID numbers......................................20
Image select....................................40
Information......................................44
Input................................................43
Installing and Removing battery......20
In standby mode..............................42
IP Address.......................................45
Lamp Settings.................................43
Lamp unit.........................................56
Language........................................40
LAN (Standby).................................41
List of compatible signals................66
Web Management...........................48
Maintenance/replacement...............53
Menu Location.................................40
Menu Tree.......................................34
Mute................................................42
O
ON(G)/STANDBY(R) indicator.........28
Optional accessories.......................15
Other terminals................................64
P
Phase..............................................38
PJLink protocol................................65
Powering Off the Projector..............29
Powering On the Projector..............29
Precautions for Use.........................12
Projection method...........................21
Projector body.................................17
R
Read this first!...................................2
Real.................................................36
Remote control................................16
Remote ID.......................................41
Replacing the Lamp unit..................57
Replacing the unit............................55
Reset.........................................41, 46
S
Saturation........................................37
Screen size and throw distance......22
Security...........................................13
Selecting the input signal................30
Serial terminal.................................61
Setting the ID number.....................20
Setting up........................................21
Sharpness.......................................36
Specifications..................................68
Startup Logo....................................41
Store................................................46
Subnet Mask...................................45
Switching the input signal................31
T
Test Pattern.....................................40
Troubleshooting...............................58
U
UART Mode.....................................41
V
VGA Out (Standby)..........................40
V Keystone......................................39
Volume............................................42
V Position........................................39
Appendix
About Your Projector.......................16
Accessories.....................................15
Adjusting the Projector's Height......24
Aspect Ratio....................................38
Auto Power Off (Min).......................43
W
Wall color.........................................36
ENGLISH - 71
Information for Users on Collection and Disposal of Old Equipment and used Battery
These symbols on the products, packaging, and/or accompanying documents mean that used
electrical and electronic products and battery should not be mixed with general household waste.
For proper treatment, recovery and recycling of old products and used battery, please take them
to applicable collection points, in accordance with your national legislation and the Directives
2002/96/EC and 2006/66/EC.
By disposing of these products and battery correctly, you will help to save valuable resources
and prevent any potential negative effects on human health and the environment which could
otherwise arise from inappropriate waste handling.
For more information about collection and recycling of old products and battery, please contact
your local municipality, your waste disposal service or the point of sale where you purchased the
items.
Penalties may be applicable for incorrect disposal of this waste, in accordance with national
legislation.
For business users in the European Union
If you wish to discard electrical and electronic equipment, please contact your dealer or supplier
for further information.
Information on Disposal in other Countries outside the European Union
These symbols are only valid in the European Union. If you wish to discard these items, please
contact your local authorities or dealer and ask for the correct method of disposal.
Note for the battery symbol (bottom two symbol examples):
This symbol might be used in combination with a chemical symbol. In this case it complies with
the requirement set by the Directive for the chemical involved.
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