LG | RD-JT41 | LG RD-JT41 Owner’s Manual

DLP PROJECTOR
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OUTLINE
This DLP
Projector
can
display
various
computer signals and NTSC/PAL/SECAM video
signals.
1.
High Brightness
2.
High
3.
Compact Size,
Resolution
4. Durable
5. RGB
Weight
for
Portability
Magnesium Alloy Body
input
6. One Touch
7.
Feather
Terminal
Auto-Adjustment
Easy Keystone Adjustment
Function
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Table of Contents
Introduction...........................1
SafetyInstructions................................................1
FCCStatement...................................................2
ShippingContents................................................3
OptionalAccessories...........................................3
ProjectorDescription.............................................4
Projector.....................................................4
ExternalControlPanel.........................................5
Adjuster......................................................6
ProjectorFeatures.............................................6
RemoteControlDescription........................................7
InstallingorReplacingBatteries.................................8
Installation............................9
ScreenSize......................................................9
ConnectingtoVariousEquipment...................................9
Operation............................11
StartUp........................................................11
DigitalKeystoneCorrection.......................................12
AutoAdjustment................................................12
SourceSelection................................................13
MenuSystem...................................................13
1.DisplayMenu.............................................14
2.ImageMenu...............................................15
3.SourceMenu..............................................16
4.ControlMenu..............................................17
5.PIPMenu..................................................18
Shutdown......................................................19
Maintenance..........................20
LampInformation................................................20
UseandReplacementoftheLamp...............................20
LampLEDIndicators.........................................20
LampReplacement...........................................20
TempInformation................................................21
Troubleshooting.......................22
StatusMessages...............................................23
Specifications.........................24
ProjectorSpecifications..........................................24
TimingChart...................................................25
Dimensions...........................26
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DLP Personal
Projector
INTRODUCTION
Caution
TO PREVENT
SHOCK, DO NOT OPEN THE CABINET. NO USER --SER-
VICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE
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Safety
1.
.
Instructions
Read this user's
guide
before you
operate your projector and
save
it for
future reference.
2.
The
lamp becomes extremely hot during operation. Allow the projector to
approximately 45 minutes prior to removing the lamp assembly for
replacement. Do not operate lamps beyond the rated lamp life. Excessive
operation of lamps beyond the rated life could cause them to explode on
cool for
rare
occasions.
3.
Never replace the lamp assembly or any electronic components
projector is unplugged.
4.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not disassemble this appliance.
Take it to a qualified technician when service or repair is required. Incorrect
reassembly
can cause
electric shock when the
appliance
is
unless the
subsequently
used.
5.
Do not
place this product on an unstable cart, stand,
sustaining serious damage.
or
table. The
product
may fall,
6.
This
product
is
capable
installation. Please
ensure
it is
use
securely
of
displaying inverted images for ceiling mount
equipment for mounting the unit and
suitable
installed.
Caution
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Always open the lens shutter or remove the lens cap when the projeclamp is on.
Do not look straight at the projector lens during operation. The
intense light beam may damage your eyes.
In some countries, the line voltage is NOT stable. This projector is
designed to operate safely within a bandwidth of 110 to 230 volts, but
tor
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could fail if power cuts or surges of more than10 volts occur. In these
high-risk areas, it is recommended that a power stabilizer unit be used
in
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conjuction with this projector.
place this projector on the top
Do not
DLP Personal
of cloth
Projector
or
carpet.
1
Do not touch the ventilation
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grill
when the
projector
Save this user's
in
operating
and
guide: The information contained in
maintaining your personal projector.
is under
operation.
this manual will assist you
FCC Statement
FCC STATEMENT
radio
-
CLASS A: This
equipment generates,
uses
and
can
radiate
energy, and if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause interference to radio communications. It has been
frequency
tested and found to
comply with the limits for a Class "A" computing device purSubpart B of Part 15 of the FCC Rules, which are designed to provide
reasonable protection against such interference when operated in a commercial
environment. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause
interference, in which case the user at his/her own expense will be required to
take whatever measures may be required to correct the interference.
suant to
FCC STATEMENT
radio
-
CLASS B: This
equipment generates,
uses
and
can
radiate
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However,
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If
this
frequency
equipment
which
aged
can
to
try
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does
cause
be determined
harmful interference to radio
by turning
to correct the interference
Reorient
or
relocate the
or television reception,
equipment off and on, the user is encourby one or more of the following measures:
the
receiving
antenna.
Increase the distance between the
Connect the
equipment
into
an
equipment
outlet
on a
and receiver.
circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
---
Consult the dealer
or an
EEC STATEMENT: This machine
Economic
Community)
requirements.
2
for EMC
experienced
help.
against the 89/336/EEC (European
(Electro Magnetic Compatibility) and fulfills these
was
DLP Personal
tested
radio/TV technician for
Projector
Shipping
Contents
The
Projector is shipped with the cables required for connection to standard PC
laptop computers. Carefully unpack and verify that you have all the items
shown below. If any of these items are missing, please contact personnel at the
place of purchase.
or
Quick
Start
Guide
User's
Guide
Projector
User 's Guide
Quick Start Guide
Remote Control
3-2 Converter
HDTV Cable
Batteries
220V
Audio Cable
VGA Cable
Optional
Deluxe Soft
India Power
USB Cable
(S.A)
Carry
240V
Case
110V
Power Cord
AV Cable
S-Video Cable
Accessories
1.
Macintosh
2.
210W
adapter
Lamp
module
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Projector
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Projector Description
Projector
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8
1
9
12
5
13
2
3
4
1
External control
(see
next
panel
101114
15
11
Audio/ Video connector
12
Computer Audio
13
USB
page)
lens
2
Projection
3
Front
4
IR remote
sensor
14
S-Video
5
Ventilation
grill
15
RS-232C control
16
Rear
17
Kensington
adjuster
IN
connector
mouse
jack
port
feet
6
Speaker
7
Projection
8
Computer signal input
18
AC power cord inlet
9
Computer signal output
19
Main power switch
YPBPR connector
20
Lamp
10
lens
adjuster
adjuster
lock
door
20
4
3
17
18
19
16
4
DLP Personal
Projector
External Control Panel
4
3
5
6
7
2
1
8
9
1
Power
7
Presses the Power
the
projector
on or
key
Source
Selects
to turn
signal
sources
from
among PC, YPBPR, Video and S-
off.
Video.
2
Auto
Automatically determines the
best picture settings for current
received signals.
3 Left/
5
Keystone
+
46
menus
Lamp Indicator will light up
lamp needs service,
or
replacement. See
cooling
"Lamp Information" on page 20
for
9
on-screen menu
+/- hot
as
Temp
detailed information.
indicator
Temp indicator will flash
system temperature is
too high, which may occur if the
projector is operated improperly.
See "Temp Information" on page
when the
is not
activated, the Left and Right
buttons will function
more
The
and sub-menus. However,
when the
Indicator
The
Menu
Menu will display the menu
system on screen. Press Menu
again to access the sub-menus.
Left and Right help you navigate
among choices and settings in the
Lamp
when the
Exit
-
Right/ Keystone
8
21 for
more
detailed information.
Keystone
keys.
Press the Exit button to go back
to the main menu. Press Exit
again
to leave the
menu
system.
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Projector
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Adjuster
The
projector is equipped
adjust its tilt angle.
1.
Lift the
2.
The
Projector
projector
with 2
quick-release adjuster feet.
up and press the
adjuster will drop
into
position
adjuster
Push the buttons to
button to release the
Features
The projector integrates high-performance optical engine projection
friendly design to deliver high reliability and ease of use.
The
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adjuster.
and be locked.
projector
offers the
Small and
light
for
and
a user-
following features:
portability
Full-function remote control with laser
pointer/ remote mouse function
High quality manual zoom lens
One-key auto-adjustment to display the best picture quality
Easy digital keystone correction through hot keys to correct distorted images
Adjustable color balance control for data/video display
Ultra-high brightness projection lamp
Ability to display 16.7 million colors
On-screen menus in 10 languages: English, French, German, Italian,
Spanish, Russian, Polish, Korean, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional
Chinese.
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Switchable Normal/ Video mode for data/ video
Powerful AV function to
HDTV
provide high quality
compatibility (YPBPR)
Note: The
ambient
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AV
display
picture
brightness of the projected image will vary depending
lighting conditions and contrast/brightness settings.
DLP Personal
Projector
on
the
Remote Control
Description
The remote control
sensors are
distance between the
sensor
located in the front/ back of the
projector.
The
and the remote control should not exceed 6
meters.
LED
Power
Laser Pointer
Source
Menu
Exit
3
Left/
4
Right/ Keystone
Keystone
-
+
Blank
Auto
Mouse Pad
L-Mouse/ R-Mouse
L
R
Zoom in/ out
By pressing
Mouse
ZOOM IN +, the
picture will be
magnified. When the + button is
pressed again, the picture is
further magnified, up to four times
the original size. By pressing
Drag
center of the
ZOOM OUT
image
Mute
the size of the
is reduced. When the
button is
picture
-,
Volume +/-
pressed again,
PIP Source
-
PIP Pos.
the
is further reduced until it is
PIP Size
restored to its
original size. To
normal display
By pressing
return to the
Source, PIP Pos. and
mode, press the RETURN button.
(This
function
can
PIP Size
be used in
combination with FREEZE.
the PIP
can
)
hotkeys, you
enable the PIP
(Picture
In
Picture)
function and choose the
position and
PIP image.
Return
size of the
Ratio
Freeze
By pressing the Ratio
hotkey, you can select
the screen aspect ratio
you prefer: 4:3,16:9
The
image is frozen when FREEZE is
pressed. A "Pause" icon will appear in the
lower right corner of the screen. To stop the
freeze
function, press the FREEZE button,
RETURN button
or
the
is switched
input source
display) again.
SOURCE button
over
(when
during
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Projector
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Installing
1
or
Replacing
Batteries
Push and slide the
Install batteries
2
indicated
battery
as
compartment lid in
the
the direction
inside the
by
diagram
compartment.
3
Position the lid
over
the
compartment
and snap it back
into place.
Caution
Avoid excessive heat and
humidity. There may be danger of an explosion if
incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent
type recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer's instructions.
batteries
8
are
DLP Personal
Projector
INSTALLATION
Screen Size
Place the
desired
projector
size
picture
at the
required
(see
the table
distance from the
Screen Size
(Max.)
A. Width
C.
30.4
61.8
46.3
100
60.8
123.7
92.7
200
91.2
185.3
138.9
300
121.5
247.0
185.2
151.9
308.7
231.6
182.3
370.5
277.9
212.8
432.2
243.1
494.0
273.5
303.9
The
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Screen Size
(Min.)
D.
Height
(cm)
24.9
50.7
38.0
49.9
101.3
76.0
74.7
151.9
113.9
400
99.7
202.5
151.9
500
124.6
253.2
189.9
600
149.5
303.8
227.9
324.2
700
174.6
354.4
266.2
370.5
800
199.4
405.1
303.8
555.7
416.7
900
224.3
455.7
341.8
617.5
463.1
1000
249.2
506.3
379.8
to Various
distance
Diagonal
(in)
B. Width
(cm)
Equipment
description
projector
is
capable
modes. Some of these
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Projection
(cm)
(cm)
HDTV
to the
Distance
Projection
Height
(cm)
Connecting
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L.
according
below).
L
Diagonal
(in)
screen
of
displaying
various
Digital-VHS (D-VHS) player
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Satellite Dish HDTV receiver
Most of these
sources
will
provide
standard VGA
output,
or a
YPBPR
The
projector
Use
a
The
following
is
capable
HDTV cable that
480i
720p
High
Definition TV
display
sources are:
standards
of
?
are
player
DTV tuners
analog component
(default) format.
an
accepting
came
DVD
HDTV data
with your
projector
video
output,
a
through a YPBPR connector.
display HDTV images.
to
in the HDTV function:
supported
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DLP Personal
480p
1080i
Projector
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Please refer to "Menu
System"
on
page 13 for information
on
the HDTV OSD
selections.
Connecting
to Various
It
few seconds to connect your projector to your
or other systems. However, a Mac adapter
only takes
a
Equipment
computer, VCR,
accessory)
is needed for connection to Macintosh
desktop or notebook
(an optional
computers.
Monitor
RGB
PC Audio
To COMPUTER OUT
To COMPUTER IN
USB
PC/Notebook
PC Audio
COMPUTER IN
COMPUTER OUT
COMPONENT
(DVD/DTV INPUT)
DVD
Pr
Pb
Y
PC AUDIO IN
Player
YPBPR
VIDEO
L
Video/Audio
R
S-VIDEO
S-Video
AUDIO
VIDEO
10
L
S-VIDEO
R
DLP Personal
Projector
USB
RS-232C
Control
USB
OPERATION
Start
Up
1.
Plug
the power cord into
2.
Turn
on
3.
a
wall socket.
the main power switch.
Press POWER to start the unit. The back-lit POWER
and
stays green
when the power is turned
4.
Switch
on
all connected
flashes green
Remote Control
Projector
(When the power is turned off,
projector can be re-started.)
key
on.
there is
a
120-second
cooling period
before the
equipment.
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Projector
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Digital Keystone
Keystoning
Correction
refers to the situation where the
at either the
projected image
is
noticeably
bottom. To correct this, press KEYSTONE +/- (hot key)
top
control panel of the projector or on the remote control, and then adjust the
bar labeled
image.
or
Keystone,
Press
-
as
to correct
needed. Press
keystoning
+
to correct
keystoning
image.
at the
wider
on
the
sliding
top of the
at the bottom of the
Projector
Remote control
Auto
Adjustment
In
optimize the picture quality. To do this, press the
panel of the projector or on the remote control. Within 3
seconds, the built-in Intelligent Auto Adjustment function will re-adjust settings to
provide the best picture quality.
some
AUTO
cases, you may need to
key
on
the control
Remote control
Projector
Auto
12
Auto
Source
DLP Personal
Projector
Source Selection
When several
input
sources are
selection from the control
panel
available, press the SOURCE key to make
of the
projector
or
a
the remote control.
Remote control
Projector
Source
Auto
Menu
Source
System
Press Menu for the main menu, and then press
Press Menu
again
3or
4
to select
a
sub-menu.
to select items in the sub-menu.
Menu Bar
Sub-menu
Display
PIP
Mirror
Langauge
Source
OSD
Main page:
PIP Source
Volume
Setup
PIP Size
Phase
H-position
V-position
Color Temp
Treble
Default
PIP Pos.
H Size
Information
Bass
Video Mode
Ratio
Mute
Lamp
Contrast
hour
H Position
V Position
More
H-position
V-position
Y/Pb/Pr
Options
Color
Sub
Page:
Brightness
Tint
Color
Keystone
Brightness
Video
Control
Ratio
Keystone
Brightness
PC
Source
Image
Temp
Color
System
Sharpness
Color Temp
Tint
Information
Contrast
Contrast
Ratio
DLP Personal
Color
Tint
Sharpness
System
Projector
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1.
Display
Menu
FUNCTION
DESCRIPTION
Corrects any
keystoning
of the
image.
Keystone
-
the
Adjusts
brightness
of the
image.
Brightness
Adjusts the degree
the image.
of difference between dark and
light
in
Contrast
to avoid the
Adjusts
occurrence
of flicker.
Phase
*This function is not available when the
input mode
is Video
or
is Video
or
S-Video.
to fit in the desired
Adjusts
H Size
image
size.
*This function is not available when the
input mode
S-Video.
Increases
Color
or
decreases the color range
*This function is not available when the
Tint
Adjusts
the
image
to make it appear
of the
input mode
is PC.
more
*This function is not available when the
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(R, G, B)
image.
DLP Personal
Projector
red
input
or
blue.
mode is PC.
2.
Image
Menu
FUNCTION
Ratio
DESCRIPTION
Users have 2
1. 4:3
options
for the
image
ratio.
2. 16:9
Adjusts
the horizontal
Adjusts
the vertical
Adjusts
the color
position
of the
projected image.
H Position
positon
of the
projected image.
V Position
Color
Temp
Information
preference.
information will be shown:
1.NTSC 2. PAL 3.SECAM
*The default
Adjusts
Sharpness
to fit your
Shows the current resolution.
System
System
temperature
the
setting
image
for
System
is Auto.
to make it look
sharper
*This function is not available when the
or
input
softer.
mode is PC
or
YPBPR.
Color
Increases
or
decreases the color range
*This function is not available when the
Tint
Adjusts
the
image
to make it appear
Projector
input
more
*This function is not available when the
DLP Personal
(R, G, B)
of the
image.
mode is PC.
red
or
input mode
blue.
is PC.
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3. Source Menu
FUNCTION
DESCRIPTION
1. Default
Mirror
3. Rear
screen
projection
2.
Ceiling
4.
Ceiling
screen
Source
Selects the
input
source
Adjusts
the volume level.
Adjusts
the treble level.
Adjusts
the bass level.
Volume
Treble
Bass
On
Mute
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DLP Personal
projection
mounted
and
rear-
projection
from among PC, YPBPR, Video and S-
Video.
Off
mounted
Projector
4. Control Menu
FUNCTION
DESCRIPTION
sets the
Language
language
for the OSD control
menus.
Language
Use the 3
/ 4 key to select the desired language from
English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Polish, Korean, Simplified Chinese and Traditional
among
Chinese.
OSD Pos.
Selects
OSD
a
desired OSD
position.
OSD Time
Sets the
length
of time the OSD will remain active after
the last time you pressed the button. The range is from
5 to 60 seconds in 5-second increments.
Source Scan
When selected, activates the Source
Keystone
scan
function.
hold
When selected, preserves the last keystone correction
value even when the projector is restarted.
Mirror hold
When selected, preserves the last mirror correction
value even when the projector is restarted.
Setup
Blank time
Determines the
of time from 1 to 60 minutes
before the
shut off when Blank is activated.
length
projector is
Auto Off
Sets the
system
User
length
of time from 1 to 60 minutes before the
is shut off when
no
input
is detected.
logo
Enables the
user to define the logo screen that will display during strat-up. Three modes are available: Default
(LG logo), black screen and blue screen.
Default
Video Mode
Lamp
hour
Returns all
settings
to their
factory preset
values.
Selects video mode.
Shows
lamp usage
DLP Personal
time.
Projector
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5. PIP Menu
These functions
source
is Video
are
or
available
when the
only
FUNCTION
PIP Source
mode is PC and the PIP
input
S-Video.
DESCRIPTION
Selects the
Enables
for the PIP.
source
of the 3
use
/ 4
key
to scroll
alternatives: Off, Small, Medium,
through
Large.
the four
PIP Size
Selects
a
desired
H. Position
Adjusts
the horizontal
V. Position
Adjusts
the vertical
position
for the PIP.
PIP Position
Options
tions
ness
of the PIP
of the PIP
image.
image.
4
use of the
/
key to select more PIP funcincluding Brightness, Contrast, Color, Tint, Sharpand System.
Brightness
Adjusts
the
brightness
Contrast
Adjusts
the
degree
image.
Color
for the PIP
Increases
or
of the PIP
image.
of difference between dark and
decreases the color range
light
of the
(R, G, B)
image.
Tint
Adjusts
the
image
to make it appear
more
Sharpness
Adjusts
the
image
to make it appear
sharper
System
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position
3
Enables
More
position
Selects PIP
image systems: NTSC, PAL,
DLP Personal
Projector
red
or
or
blue.
softer
SECAM
Shutdown
1.
Press POWER and
projector,
a
warning message
again.
will appear. To turn off the
press POWER
Projector
Remote Control
2.
The fan will continue to
3.
Turn off the ON/OFF switch.
4.
Disconnect the power cord from the wall socket.
run
for
approximately
two minutes.
Caution
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Please do not
unplug the power cord before POWER is shut down or
during the two-minute cooling process.
If the projector is not properly shut down, to protect the lamp, the system will detect this and cool the lamp for two minutes automatically
before turning on again.
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Projector
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MAINTENANCE
Lamp Information
Use and
Replacement
When the
of the
Lamp
Indicator
Lamp
lights up red or a message appears suggesting the
time of lamp replacement, please install a new lamp or consult your dealer. An
old lamp could cause a malfunction in the projector and in rare instances may
even explode.
Lamp LED Indicators
Lamp
Life Indicators
The
Lamp is not
properly attached
Lamp temperature
high
When the LED
lights up red, it is warning you that
lamp uage has exceeded 1500 hours. Replace the
projection lamp with a new one immediately.
LED
is
too
lights
When the
up red.
temperature is too
operate safely, the LED
blinks orange and the lamp turns off automatically.
The LED keeps blinking while the unit is off.
If the LED light is off, the operation and temperature
of the projector's lamp are normal.
high
projector's
projector
for the
internal
to
Caution
The LAMP indicator will
light up if the lamp becomes too hot. Turn off the
power and let the projector cool for 45 minutes. If the LAMP indicator is still
red when turning the power on, please contact your dealer.
Lamp Replacement
Please check with LG service center for the information of
20
DLP Personal
Projector
lamp replacement.
Caution
To reduce the risk of
45 minutes before
To reduce the risk of
nents,
use
severe
replacing
burns, allow the projector
the lamp.
to cool for at least
injuries to fingers and damage to internal comporemoving lamp glass that has shattered into
caution when
sharp pieces.
To reduce the risk of
injuries to fingers and/or compromising image quality by touching the lens, do not touch the empty lamp compartment when
the lamp is removed.
This
lamp contains mercury.
dispose of this lamp
tions to
Consult your local hazardous waste
in a proper manner.
regula-
Temp Information
When the LED
lights
1.
The internal
2.
The fans
Turn off the
are
up, it is
warning
temperature is
not
projector
too
you of the
following possible problems:
high.
working.
and contact
qualified
DLP Personal
service
Projector
personnel
for further
help.
21
TROUBLESHOOTING
Common Problems & Solutions
PROBLEMS
TRY THESE SOLUTIONS
?
Make
?
NO POWER
Make
?
?
?
?
TRAPEZOID
?
the power cord is inserted
snuged
into the power
the power switch to the position "I".
Wait two minutes after the projector is turned off before
Toggle
the
?
IMAGE
?
?
?
?
Adjust
the
?
?
CONTROL
DOES NOT
WORK
22
and contrast.
brightness
Remove the lens cap.
Reposition the unit to improve its angle on the screen.
Keystone correction key on the control panel
projector or the remote control unit.
?
on
the control
panel
remote control unit to
get
Adjust the focus.
Reposition the unit
improve
to
better
of the projector
picture quality.
its
adjustment
Replace
Make
the
screen
is within
range of the lens.
the batteries with
sure
or
projection angle.
Ensure the distance between the unit and
and the
?
of the
Select the correct video system.
Adjust brightness, contrast, or saturation.
the
REMOTE
on.
Check for the proper input source.
Ensure all cables are connected properly.
?P re s s Auto
BLURRED
back
projector
?U s e t h e
SCREEN
POOR COLOR
into the AC
sure
turning
?
IMAGE ON THE
snuged
outlet.
?
NO PICTURE
the power cord is inserted
socket.
sure
adapter
there is
no
new ones.
obstacle between the remote control
projector.
Stand within 6 meters
Make
sure
nothing
is
DLP Personal
(20 feet) of the projector.
blocking the front and rear
Projector
receivers.
Status
Messages
On-Screen
Description
Messages
SEARCHING
ACQUIRING SIGNAL
OUT OF RANGE
Projector
is
for
searching
input.
Projector has identified the input signal and
ning the auto image adjustment function.
Input signal frequency
exceeds the
is
run-
projector's
range.
LAMP WARNING
-
CHANGE
LAMP AND RESET LAMP
The
lamp
Install
has been in
a new
lamp
for
operation for 1400 hours.
optimal performance.
TIMER!
OUT OF LAMP USAGE
TIME. CHANGE THE LAMP!
The
The
OUT OF LAMP USAGE
TIME. YOU HAVE TO
CHANGE THE LAMP!
lamp
has been in
operation
for 1480 hours, and
the power will turn off after 20 hours.
lamp
has been in
operation
for
over
1500
hours. The
warning message will display for 30 seconds every 5 minutes after you turn on the projector
and the power will turn off
minutes.
DLP Personal
Projector
automatically
after 10
23
SPECIFICATIONS
Projector Specifications
Technical
Note: All
Specifications
specifications
are
to
subject
change
without notice.
General
Product
Model
name
name
Personal
Projector
RD-JT40
1024X768 XGA
RD-JT41
800X600
SVGA
Optical
Display system
1-CHIP DMD
Lens F/Number
F/2.6
Lamp
210W NSH
lamp
Electrical
Power
supply
AC100
Power
consumption
330 W
240V, 3.5A, 50/60 Hz (Automatic)
~
(Max)
Mechanical
Dimensions
308mm(W)x95mm(H)x238mm(D)
Operating temperature
0°C
40°C
~
range
7 lbs
Weight
Input
(3.2 Kg)
terminal
Computer input
RGB
Video
input
D-sub
15-pin (female)
signal input
S-VIDEO
Mini DIN
VIDEO
RCA jack x1
HDTV
signal input
Audio
signal input
4-pin port
YPBPR RCA
jack
Audio 1
Mini
Audio 2
RCAjackL,Rx2
jack
stero
x3
port
Output
USB
mouse
Speaker
connector
A/B series x1
3wattx1
Control
RS-232C
24
9-pin
x1
DLP Personal
x1
Projector
Timing
Chart
Resolution
H
Sync (kHz)
V
Sync (Hz)
640x350
31.5
70.1
640x400
37.9
85.1
720x400
31.5
70.0
Remark
VESA
720x400
37.9
85.1
VESA
640x480
31.5
60.0
VESA
640x480
37.9
72.8
VESA
640x480
35.0
66.7
Macintosh
640x480
43.3
85.0
VESA
800x600
35.2
56.3
VESA
800x600
37.9
60.3
VESA
800x600
48.1
72.2
VESA
800x600
46.9
75.0
VESA
800x600
53.7
85.1
VESA
832x624
49.7
74.5
Macintosh
1024x768
48.4
60.0
VESA
1024x768
56.5
70.1
VESA
1024x768
60.0
75.0
VESA
1024x768
68.7
85.0
VESA
1280x1024
64.0
60.0
VESA
DLP Personal
Projector
25
DIMENSIONS
308
238
95
Unit:
26
DLP Personal
Projector
mm
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