Canon XEED WUX6600Z User manual

Canon XEED WUX6600Z User manual
MULTIMEDIA PROJECTOR
Safety Instructions
Before Use
Basic Guide
User’s Manual
Projection Procedure
Convenient Projection
Features
Installation Procedure
Installation Guide
Connection Procedure
Adjusting the Image
Special Arrangements
Using Menus
Menu Guide
Menu Configuration
Menu Description
Maintenance
Product Specifications
Troubleshooting
ENG
How to Use This Manual
Thank you for purchasing a Canon projector.
The WUX7000Z/WUX6600Z/WUX5800Z Multimedia Projector is a highperformance laser projector capable of projecting high-resolution computer
screens and high-quality digital images on a large screen.
This Manual
This is the user’s manual for WUX7000Z/WUX6600Z/WUX5800Z Multimedia
Projector (hereafter, “projector”). The “Basic Guide” describes basic steps before
projection and introduces features that are convenient in presentations and other
situations. The “Installation Guide” covers how to install the projector and join a
network, and the “Menu Guide” explains setting menus and how to use them.
Read this manual thoroughly to make the most of your projector. We recommend
requesting installation by a qualified technician or the Canon Customer Support
Center.
Symbols of Button Operations
The projector can be operated using the buttons on the remote control or on the
side of the projector. The remote control allows you to operate all functions of the
projector.
In this document, the button’s operations are shown as below.
Remote control button
operation
Focusing / Resizing the Image
Operation of buttons
on side of projector
Press the ZOOM button on the remote control to adjust the image size, and press
the FOCUS button to adjust the focus. You can also press the LENS button on the
projector once to adjust focus and twice to adjust image size.
Projector
Remote control
LENS button
FOCUS button
ZOOM button
Indicate the buttons to
be pressed
Symbols Used in This Manual
Sections labeled with these symbols give the following kinds of information.
Indicates precautions and information to note when using the projector.
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Table of Contents
How to Use This Manual............... 2
Installation Guide...................62
Projector Highlights...................... 5
Installation Procedure................. 63
Safety Instructions........................ 7
Safety Symbols in this Manual ........... 13
Relationship Between Projecting
Distance and Image Size ..................... 63
Precautions for Use ............................. 14
Installing / Removing the Lens Unit ... 67
Power Supply ....................................... 14
Installation ............................................ 70
Installation and Use ............................. 16
Adjusting Peripheral Focus ................ 74
Laser Light Source .............................. 18
Connection Procedure................78
Remote Control Batteries.................... 21
Connecting Other Equipment ............. 78
Handling................................................ 21
Connecting to a Network..................... 83
For Safe Use ................................ 23
Controlling the Projector from a
Computer .............................................. 97
Carrying and Installation..................... 23
Adjusting the Image ....................99
Before Installation....................... 25
Filling the Screen ................................. 99
Precautions When Carrying / Shipping
the Projector......................................... 25
Adjusting Keystone Distortion ......... 103
Precautions for Installation................. 25
Adjustment Using a Test Pattern ..... 107
Wireless LAN (Wi-Fi)............................ 30
Special Arrangements ..............108
Open Source Software ............... 31
Projecting from Multiple Projectors at
Once (Edge Blending) ....................... 108
Before Use ................................... 32
Using PC-Free Multi Projection ........ 114
Included Accessories .......................... 32
Menu Guide ..........................118
Projector Part Names and
Functions.............................................. 33
Using Menus ..............................119
Remote Control .................................... 38
Menu Configuration ..................122
Basic Guide ............................43
Menu Description ......................130
Projection Procedure.................. 44
Input settings ..................................... 130
Step 1 Connect Other Equipment....... 45
Image adjustment .............................. 139
Step 2 Turn the Projector On .............. 46
Install settings .................................... 149
Step 3 Select an Input Signal.............. 47
System settings ................................. 161
Step 4 Adjust the Image ...................... 48
Network settings ................................ 182
Step 5 Select the Image Quality
(Image Mode)........................................ 49
Checking Projector Information ....... 197
Projector Web Screen Menu..... 198
Turn the Projector Off.......................... 51
Convenient Features ........................... 52
Maintenance /
Product Specifications /
Troubleshooting ..................216
Projecting Images on a USB Flash
Drive ...................................................... 56
Maintenance...............................217
Convenient Projection
Features ....................................... 52
Cleaning the Projector....................... 217
Projecting Two Images Side by
Side ....................................................... 60
Replacing the Air Filter...................... 217
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Table of Contents
Product Specifications ............. 219
Troubleshooting........................ 229
LED Indicator Details......................... 229
Symptoms and Solutions.................. 230
Index........................................... 237
Option ........................................ 239
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Projector Highlights
Bright Yet Compact, With a Laser Light Source
A bright projector that is also compact, at 480 x 545 x 196 mm (18.9 x 21.5 x 7.7 in.,
W x D x H). Features a laser light source that lasts longer than traditional mercury
lamps.
Peripheral Focus Adjustment
Image focus can be adjusted on the edges of the screen, enabling use in dome
projection.
HDBaseT Input
The projector supports HDBaseT, a next-generation connectivity standard.
HDBaseT offers a convenient connection for carrying high-quality video and audio
signals equivalent to HDMI across distances up to 100 m (328.1') over a single LAN
cable.
Lens Shift
Lens shift enables motorized image repositioning up, down, left, or right for greater
freedom in installation.
Motorized Zoom and Focus Adjustment
Efficient setup using motorized zoom and focus adjustment.
Full Range of Lens Units Available
Choose the optimal lens unit for the projection distance or purpose.
Superior Video Viewing Experience
Refinements in motion blur reduction make video projection more enjoyable to
watch.
Scheduling
Automate projector tasks according to your schedules. Turn the projector on or off,
switch input signals, and more.
Edge Blending
Blend the overlapping edges of images from multiple projectors to make the overall
image more seamless.
Networked Multi-Projection (NMPJ)
Project images from multiple computers via a network connection.
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Projector Highlights
Wi-Fi Connectivity
In addition to wired LAN connectivity, the projector also supports Wi-Fi.
In Projector Access Point (PJ AP) mode, the projector can be connected to up to
five computers without using a wireless access point.
Canon Service Tool for PJ (Canon ST)
An iOS app for easy remote control and status management of projectors over WiFi. Connect to a projector used as an access point (P84), or connect via an existing
access point (P84). Note that a password is required when using Canon ST (P198).
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Safety Instructions
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
THIS SYMBOL INDICATES THAT DANGEROUS VOLTAGE
CONSTITUTING A RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK IS PRESENT
WITHIN THIS UNIT.
THIS SYMBOL INDICATES THAT THERE ARE IMPORTANT
OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS FOR THIS
UNIT IN THE OWNER’S MANUAL.
CAUTION
Not for use in a computer room as defined in the Standard for the Protection of
Electronic Computer / Data Processing Equipment, ANSI / NFPA 75.
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Safety Instructions
Before installing and operating the projector, read this manual thoroughly.
This projector provides many convenient features and functions. Operating the
projector properly enables you to manage those features and maintain it in good
condition for many years to come.
Improper operation may result in not only shortening the product life, but also
malfunctions, fire hazards, or other accidents.
If your projector does not seem to be operating properly, read this manual again,
check operations and cable connections, and try the solutions in the
“Troubleshooting” section in the back of this manual. If the problem still persists,
contact the Canon Customer Support Center.
Safety Instructions
Safety Precautions
WARNING:
• THIS APPARATUS MUST BE GROUNDED.
• TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
• This projector produces intense light from the projection lens. Do not stare
directly into the lens, otherwise eye damage could result. Be especially careful
that children do not stare directly into the beam.
• Install the projector in a proper position. Otherwise it may result in a fire hazard.
• Do not cover the ventilation slots on the projector. Heat build-up can reduce the
service life of your projector, and can also be dangerous.
• If the projector is unused for an extended time, unplug the projector from the
power outlet.
• Do not project the same image for a long time.
An afterimage may remain on the LCD panels due to the characteristics of the
panels of the projector.
CAUTION ON HANGING FROM THE
CEILING
When hanging the projector from the ceiling, clean the air intake vents and top of
the projector periodically with a vacuum cleaner. If you leave the projector unclean
for a long time, the cooling fans can be clogged with dust, and it may cause a
breakdown or a disaster.
DO NOT SET THE PROJECTOR IN GREASY, WET, OR SMOKY CONDITIONS
SUCH AS IN A KITCHEN TO PREVENT A BREAKDOWN OR A DISASTER. IF
THE PROJECTOR COMES IN CONTACT WITH OIL OR CHEMICALS, IT MAY
BECOME DETERIORATED.
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Safety Instructions
All the safety and operating instructions should be read before beginning to operate
the product.
Read all of the instructions given here and retain them for later use. Unplug this
projector from the AC power supply before cleaning. Do not use liquid or aerosol
cleaners on the projector. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the projector.
For added protection of the projector during a lightning storm, or when it is left
unattended or unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet. This
will prevent damage due to lightning and power surges.
Do not expose this unit to rain or use near water... for example, in a wet basement,
near a swimming pool, etc...
Do not use attachments not recommended by the manufacturer as they may result
in hazards.
Do not place this projector on an unstable cart, stand, or table. The projector may
fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious damage to the projector.
Use only with a cart or stand recommended by the manufacturer, or sold with the
projector. Wall or shelf mounting should be carried out in accordance with the
manufacturer’s directions, and should use a mounting kit approved by the
manufacturers.
An appliance and cart combination should be moved with care.
Sudden stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause
the appliance and cart combination to overturn.
Slots and openings in the rear and front of the cabinet are provided
for ventilation, to insure reliable operation of the equipment and to protect it from
overheating.
The openings should never be covered with cloth or other materials, and the
bottom opening should not be blocked by placing the projector on a bed, sofa, rug,
or other similar surface. This projector should never be placed near or over a
radiator or heat register.
This projector should not be placed in a built-in installation such as a book case
unless proper ventilation is provided.
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Safety Instructions
■ READ AND KEEP THIS OWNER’S MANUAL FOR LATER
USE.
Safety Instructions
Never push objects of any kind into this projector through cabinet slots as they may
touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts that could result in a fire or
electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind onto the projector.
Do not install the projector near the ventilation duct of air-conditioning equipment.
This projector should be operated using only the type of power source indicated on
the marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power supplied, contact the
Canon Customer Support Center or local power company.
Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can result in fire or electric
shock. Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not locate this projector
where the cord may be damaged by people walking on it.
Do not attempt to service this projector yourself as opening or removing covers
may expose you to dangerous voltages or other hazards. Refer all servicing to
qualified service personnel.
Unplug this projector from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service
personnel under the following conditions:
a. When the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
b. If liquid has been spilled into the projector.
c. If the projector has been exposed to rain or water.
d. If the projector does not operate normally after following the operating
instructions. Adjust only those controls that are covered in the operating
instructions as improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and
will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the projector
to normal operating condition.
e. If the projector has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged.
f. When the projector exhibits a distinct change in performance-this indicates a
need for servicing.
When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician uses
replacement parts specified by the manufacturer that have the same characteristics
as the original parts. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock, or
injury.
Upon completion of any service or repairs to this projector, ask the service
technician to perform routine safety checks to determine that the projector is in safe
operating condition.
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Safety Instructions
AC Power Cord Requirement
AC Power Cord for the United States and Canada:
The AC Power Cord used in the United States and Canada is
listed by the Underwriters Laboratories (UL) and certified by
the Canadian Standard Association (CSA).
The AC Power Cord has a grounding-type AC line plug. This is
a safety feature to ensure the plug fits into the power outlet. Do
not try to tamper with this safety feature. Should you be unable
to insert the plug into the outlet, contact your electrician.
Ground
THE SOCKET-OUTLET SHOULD BE INSTALLED NEAR THE EQUIPMENT AND
EASILY ACCESSIBLE.
Only for European Union and EEA (Norway, Iceland and
Liechtenstein)
These symbols indicate that this product is not to be disposed of
with your household waste, according to the WEEE Directive (2012/
19/EU), the Battery Directive (2006/66/EC) and/or national
legislation implementing those Directives.
If a chemical symbol is printed beneath the symbol shown above, in
accordance with the Battery Directive, this indicates that a heavy
metal (Hg = Mercury, Cd = Cadmium, Pb = Lead) is present in this
battery or accumulator at a concentration above an applicable
threshold specified in the Battery Directive.
This product should be handed over to a designated collection point,
e.g., on an authorized one-for-one basis when you buy a new similar
product or to an authorized collection site for recycling waste
electrical and electronic equipment (EEE) and batteries and
accumulators. Improper handling of this type of waste could have a
possible impact on the environment and human health due to
potentially hazardous substances that are generally associated with
EEE. Your cooperation in the correct disposal of this product will
contribute to the effective usage of natural resources.
For more information about the recycling of this product, please
contact your local city office, waste authority, approved scheme or
your household waste disposal service or visit
www.canon-europe.com/weee, or www.canon-europe.com/battery.
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Safety Instructions
The AC Power Cord supplied with this projector meets the requirements for use in
the country you purchased it.
Safety Instructions
Federal Communication Commission Notice
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the
equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates,
uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to
cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the
interference at his own expense. The cable with a ferrite core provided with the
projector must be used with this equipment in order to comply with Class A of the
FCC Rules. Use of a shielded cable is required to comply with Class A of FCC
Rules. Do not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless
otherwise specified in the instructions. If such changes or modifications should be
made, you could be required to stop operation of the equipment.
Warning:
This is a class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio
interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
The cable with a ferrite core provided with the projector must be used with this
equipment in order to comply with Class A.
Use of a shielded cable is required to comply with Class A.
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Safety Instructions
Safety Symbols in this Manual
Denotes the risk of death or serious injury from improper
handling if the information is not observed. To ensure safe use,
always observe this information.
Denotes the risk of injury from improper handling if the
information is not observed. To ensure safe use, always observe
this information.
Denotes the risk of electric shock from improper handling if the
information is not observed. To ensure safe use, always observe
this information.
Denotes the risk of burns from improper handling if the
information is not observed. To ensure safe use, always observe
this information.
Denotes the risk of eye injury from laser emission if usage
restrictions are not observed.
Denotes prohibited actions.
Denotes required actions or information that must be observed.
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Safety Instructions
This section describes the safety symbols used in this manual. Important projector
safety information is identified by the following symbols. Always observe the safety
information by these symbols.
Safety Instructions
Precautions for Use
As this section contains important safety-related information, be sure to read the
following carefully beforehand in order to use your projector correctly and safely.
Power Supply
During installation, keep the projector plug easily accessible so that the projector can be
unplugged immediately if necessary, or keep a circuit breaker within reach.
If the following situations occur, turn the power off, remove the power plug from the
power outlet and contact the Canon Customer Support Center. Failure to do so could
cause a fire or result in an electric shock.
•
•
•
•
•
If smoke is emitted
If an unusual smell or noise is emitted
If water or other liquid has entered the projector
If metal or any other foreign material has entered the projector
If the projector is knocked over or dropped and the cabinet is
damaged
Pay attention to the following points regarding the power source, power plug and
handling of the connector. Failure to do so may cause a fire or electric shock.
• Do not place any objects on the power cord and do not allow it to
become trapped under the projector.
• Do not cover the power cord with a carpet.
• Do not modify or excessively bend, twist, pull, wind, or bundle the
power cord.
• Keep the power cord away from heaters and other sources of
heat.
• Do not use a damaged power cord. If the power cord is
damaged, contact the Canon Customer Support Center.
• Do not use any power source with a voltage other than the voltage
indicated (AC 100 – 240 V).
• Do not insert any metal objects into the contact parts of the
power plug or connector.
• The power cord included with this projector is for use exclusively
with this product. Do not use this cord for other products.
• Do not remove the power plug or connector with wet hands.
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Safety Instructions
• Insert the power plug and connector securely up to the base.
Additionally, do not use a damaged power plug or an outlet that is
loose.
• Do not pull the power cord and be sure to hold the power plug or
connector when removing. Incorrect handling may damage the
power cord.
• When using an extension cord, do not exceed the cord’s rated
capacity.
• Do not exceed the rated capacity of the outlet (as by using it for
more than one piece of equipment), which poses a risk of fire
from overheating.
• Periodically inspect the power plug and outlet and remove any
dust or dirt from between the plug and the outlet.
• Do not touch the projector itself, the power cord, or the cable if
lightening strikes.
• Do not move the projector until you have switched off the power,
removed the power plug from the power outlet and unplugged
any other cables.
• Unplug the projector before cleaning or maintenance.
• Before you install or remove the lens unit, be sure to unplug the
power plug of the projector from the power outlet.
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Safety Instructions
Pay attention to the following points regarding the power source, power plug and
handling of the connector. Failure to do so may cause a fire or electric shock.
Safety Instructions
Installation and Use
Pay attention to the following points regarding installation and handling of the projector.
Failure to do so may cause a fire, electric shock or personal injury.
• Do not use the projector where it might get wet, such as outdoors
or by bathtubs or showers.
• Do not place containers containing a liquid on top of the
projector.
• Make sure to implement anti-fall measures such as an anti-fall
wire when installing the projector in high places, for example,
installing it on the ceiling.
• Do not remove the cabinet from the projector or disassemble it.
The interior of the projector contains high-voltage components as
well as parts that are hot. If inspection, maintenance or repair is
required, contact the Canon Customer Support Center.
• Do not disassemble or modify the projector (including
consumable parts) or the remote control.
• Do not look directly into the exhaust vents during use.
• Do not insert any object into vents in the projector, such as the air
intake vent or exhaust vents.
• Do not place a pressurized can in front of the exhaust vents. The
pressure of the contents of the can may increase due to heat
from the exhaust vents and this could result in an explosion.
• When cleaning off dust or dirt from projector parts such as the
lens or filter, never use any spray that is flammable. Internal parts
that become hot may ignite and cause a fire.
• Do not use adhesives, lubricants, oils, or alkaline detergents for
maintenance of the projector. They could adhere to the cabinet
and damage it, possibly resulting in the projector falling from its
mounting and causing an accident or personal injury.
• As strong light beams are emitted
while the projector is in use, do
not look directly into the projector
lens. Doing so could cause an
eye injury. Pay particular attention to prevent small children from
doing so.
• Operators shall control access to the beam within the hazard
distance or install the product at a height that will prevent eye
exposure within the hazard distance.
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Safety Instructions
• Light from the projector is classified as Risk Group 2 (RG2)
according to IEC 62471-5:2015. However, it may be classified as
Risk Group 3 (RG3) when a replacement lens with a projection
ratio larger than 2.6 is used. Refer to the Hazard Distance table
for various replacement lenses.
• Do not hold or install optical instruments (such as magnifying
glasses, reflectors, or glasses) in the path of light from the
projector. If projected light is refracted or reflected and enters
people’s eyes, it may result in eye injury.
• If children may approach the projector or touch it, always ensure
the projector is used under adult supervision.
• No direct exposure to the beam shall be permitted.
• Do not lift the projector alone. Have at least one assistant.
• When setting the projector on a high surface for projection, be
sure the surface is flat and stable.
• Do not use the projector on a soft surface such as carpet or
sponge mat, etc.
• For ceiling mounting or other installation work, request service
from a qualified technician or the Canon Customer Support
Center. Poor installation work could result in an accident.
• To avoid hazards such as parts falling when the lens of a ceilingmounted projector is replaced, request service from a qualified
technician or the Canon Customer Support Center.
• Do not use where combustible or explosive gases may occur.
Internal parts that become hot may ignite and cause a fire.
Hazard Distance When Equipped with a Replacement Lens
(IEC 62471-5)
Projection ratio*1
WUX7000Z
WUX6600Z
WUX5800Z
—*2
RS-SL01ST
1.49-2.24:1
RS-SL02LZ
2.19-3.74:1
RS-SL03WF
0.80:1
RS-SL04UL
3.55-6.94:1
RS-SL05WZ
1.00-1.50:1
—*2
RS-SL06UW
0.54:1
—*2
167 cm (5.5')
167 cm (5.5')
167 cm (5.5')
—*2
400 cm (13.1')
400 cm (13.1')
400 cm (13.1')
*1 Projection ratios are calculated values based on a 16:10 screen aspect and
100-inch screen size.
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* Light from the projector is classified as Risk Group 2 (RG2) according to
IEC 62471-5:2015.
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Safety Instructions
Pay attention to the following points regarding installation and handling of the projector.
Failure to do so may cause a fire, electric shock or personal injury.
Safety Instructions
Hazard Distance
• During projection, looking into the lens from distances closer than this poses a
risk of vision impairment or other serious injury.
• When a projection lens with a hazard distance indicated on it is used with the
projector, the operator shall either install the product at a height that will prevent
eye exposure within the hazard distance or control access to ensure that persons
do not approach within the hazard distance.
Laser Light Source
• The projector is designated as a Class 1 laser product according
to IEC/EN 60825-1:2014.
• The equipment is designated as a Class 3R laser product
according to IEC/EN 60825-1:2007.
• Complies with FDA performance standards for laser products
except for deviations pursuant to Laser Notice No. 50, dated
June 24, 2007.
• Laser parameters
Wavelength: 450 nm – 460 nm
Maximum power: 144 W
Beam divergence: 2°
• The projector incorporates a laser module. Disassembly or
modification is dangerous and must not be attempted.
• Operate and adjust the projector only as described in this
manual. Incorrect operation or adjustment poses a risk of
exposure to potentially hazardous laser light.
• Do not use when damaged. Even if the projector is used as
described in this manual, failure to discontinue use when it is
damaged (as indicated by screen abnormalities) may result in
fire, electric shock, or eye injury from laser light.
• For assistance when disposing of the projector, contact the
Canon Customer Support Center. Do not disassemble the
projector yourself when disposing of it.
• Do not attempt to install or remove the lens unit yourself. Be sure
to request this service from a qualified technician or contact the
Canon Customer Support Center.
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Safety Instructions
Explanatory and warning labels are located in the following positions on the
projector.
Safety Instructions
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Safety Instructions
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Safety Instructions
Pay attention to the following points regarding handling of batteries. Failing to do so
could result in a fire or personal injury.
• Do not heat, short circuit or disassemble the batteries, or place
them in a fire.
• Do not attempt to recharge the batteries that are included with
the remote control.
• Remove the batteries when they are flat or when the remote
control will not be used for a long period of time.
• When replacing the batteries, replace both at the same time.
Also, do not use two batteries of a different type at the same
time.
• Insert the batteries with the + and – terminals in the correct
directions.
• If any liquid from inside the batteries leaks out and contacts your
skin, be sure to wash the liquid off thoroughly.
Handling
Pay attention to the following points regarding installation and handling of the projector.
• If the projector will not be used for a long period of time, be sure
to remove the power plug from the power outlet to ensure safety.
Failure to do so presents a risk of fire if dust accumulates on the
plug or outlet.
• Do not plug headphones or earphones into the AUDIO OUT
terminal. Doing so may cause hearing impairment.
• Do not set the volume too high initially. Doing so may cause
hearing impairment from sudden sounds played at high volume.
Lower the volume before turning off the projector, and after
startup, raise it gradually.
• Do not touch parts of the cabinet around and above the exhaust
vents, which may become hot during projection. Pay particular
attention in preventing young children from touching these parts.
Additionally, do not place any metal objects around or above the
exhaust vents. Such objects may become hot from the projector,
which may result in burns or other injury.
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Safety Instructions
Remote Control Batteries
Safety Instructions
Pay attention to the following points regarding installation and handling of the projector.
• Do not place any heavy objects on top of the projector or sit/
stand on it. Pay particular attention to prevent small children from
doing so. The projector may be knocked over and this could
result in damage or a personal injury.
• Do not place the projector on an unstable or slanted surface.
Doing so may cause the projector to fall or be knocked over and
could result in a personal injury.
• Do not place any objects in front of the lens
during projection. Doing so could cause a fire.
• The projector is provided with a lens shift
function to move the lens up, down, left, and
right using the motor. Do not touch the lens while it is moving.
Touching the lens when it is moving may result in personal injury.
• Before replacing the lens unit, wait at least 30 minutes after the
projector is turned off to allow the lens unit to cool down. Failure
to do so may result in burns or injury.
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For Safe Use
Pay attention to the following points when carrying or transporting the projector.
• If transportation is necessary, the lens unit should be removed before
transporting the projector. If the projector is subjected to excessive impacts
during transportation, the lens unit may be damaged.
• This projector is a precision instrument. Do not knock it over or subject it to
impacts. Doing so may cause a malfunction.
• Retract the adjustable feet before moving the projector. Leaving the feet
extended may cause damage.
• When carrying or holding up the projector after attaching the lens unit, be
sure not to hold the lens. Doing so may cause damage to the lens unit.
• Do not touch the lens with bare hands. Any smudges or fingerprints on the
lens may affect image quality.
• Protection of the projector cannot be guaranteed if used packaging or shockabsorbent materials are reused. Fragments from shock-absorbent material
may also enter the interior of the projector which could cause a malfunction.
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For Safe Use
Carrying and Installation
For Safe Use
Pay attention to the following points when installing or using the projector.
• Be careful of condensation.
If the projector is abruptly taken to a warmer location, or if the room
temperature rises abruptly, moisture in the air may condense on the lens or
mirror and affect projected images. In this case, wait a while and make sure
the moisture has evaporated before resuming use.
• Do not install the projector in a location where the temperature is high or low.
Doing so may cause a malfunction. Ranges for the environment of use and
storage are as follows.
• Environment of use: 0°C (32°F) to 45°C (113°F), 20% to 85% RH
• Storage temperature: -20°C (-4°F) to 60°C (140°F)
• When using the projector at altitudes above 2,300 m (7,545.8'):
Adjust projector installation settings from the menu (P154).
• Install the projector leaving at least 50 cm (1.6') between air intake/exhaust
vents and walls on each side of the projector. Leave a gap of at least 2 cm
(0.8") from the bottom of the projector. There is an air intake underneath the
projector. Failure to leave enough space may trap heat inside the projector
and damage it.
At least
50 cm (1.6')
At least
2 cm (0.8")
At least
50 cm (1.6')
At least
50 cm (1.6')
At least
50 cm (1.6')
• Do not place any objects on top of the projector that may change shape or
color due to heat.
• Do not install the projector near high-voltage electrical power lines or an
electrical power source. This may cause malfunction.
• Afterimages may occur when the image changes after the same image has
been projected for some time. This is due to the nature of the LCD panels
and does not indicate a problem. The afterimage will dissipate after a while
during normal projection.
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Before Installation
Prepare the projector as described below before carrying it.
• Disconnect the cables connected to the projector. Carrying the
projector with the cables attached may cause an accident.
• Retract the adjustable feet before moving the projector. Leaving
the feet extended may cause damage.
• Do not subject the projector to strong impacts or vibrations.
Precautions for Installation
Be sure to read “Safety Instructions” and “For Safe Use” (P7 – P23). Also
take the following precautions during installation.
• Do not strike the projector or subject it to impact. Doing so may
cause a malfunction.
• Do not install the projector standing on one side or in other
unsteady positions. The projector may be damaged if it tips
over.
■ Do Not Use in the Following Environments
• Locations with excessive humidity, dust, oily smoke or tobacco
smoke
Adhesion to the lens, mirrors or other optical parts may reduce image
quality.
• Near high-voltage power lines or sources of electrical power
This may cause malfunction.
• On soft surfaces such as carpets or cushioned mats
This may cause a fire or damage the projector.
• Locations with excessive temperature or humidity
• Locations subject to vibration or impact
• Near heat or smoke detectors
• Near the ocean, or near air conditioner vents
• Locations where corrosive gases occur, such as sulfur gas from
hot springs
This may damage the projector. Acceptable ranges for operating and
storage temperature and humidity are as follows.
* Operating temperature and humidity applies to when the projector
is projecting or in standby mode.
Operating temperature
0°C (32°F) – 45°C (113°F)
Operating humidity
20% – 85%
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Storage temperature
-20°C (-4°F) – 60°C (140°F)
Before Installation
Precautions When Carrying / Shipping the
Projector
Before Installation
■ Do Not Touch the Lens with Bare Hands
Do not touch the lens with bare hands. Any smudges or
fingerprints on the lens may affect image quality.
■ Allow a 30 Min. Warm Up before Focus Adjustment (P48),
if Possible
Immediately after startup, the heat of the light source may prevent stable focus.
When adjusting focus, it is also helpful to use the test pattern (10) (P107, P160).
■ Install at a Sufficient Distance from Walls and Other
Obstructions
If the air intake or exhaust
Air intake vent
vent is blocked, heat will
accumulate inside the
projector, possibly resulting
in a shortened projector
lifetime or a malfunction.
Similarly, do not install in
Warmed
narrow, enclosed spaces
airflow
with poor ventilation. Install
Exhaust
vent
in a well-ventilated location.
Ensure a minimum
Air intake vent
clearance of 50 cm (1.6')
above, on both sides, and behind the projector. Also ensure a
minimum clearance of 2 cm (0.8") below the projector.
■ Be Careful of Condensation
If the temperature of the room rises suddenly, moisture in the air may condense on
the projector lens and mirror, causing the image to become blurred. Wait until the
condensation has evaporated for the image projected to return to normal.
■ At Altitudes above 2,300 m (7,545.8'), Adjust the Settings
Projector settings must be adjusted when using the projector at altitudes of 2,300 m
(7,545.8') or higher. Specifically, refer to instructions for [High altitude] (P154) in the
[Install settings] menu.
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Before Installation
■ When Using Mounted on the Ceiling
■ Install Facing in the Correct Direction
• Projection is possible upward, downward, or in a variety of
directions, but do not block the air intake and exhaust vents. In
particular, always ensure a minimum clearance of 2 cm (0.8")
from the air intake vent on the bottom of the projector.
• There are no options for installing the projector other than the
ceiling attachment.
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Before Installation
When the projector is used mounted on
the ceiling or installed in a high
location, it is necessary to periodically
clean the air intake and exhaust vents,
and the area around the air filter. Dust
that accumulates in intake or exhaust
vents may impair ventilation, raising the
temperature inside and posing a risk of
damage or fire. Use a vacuum cleaner
or similar means to remove dust from
the intake vent and exhaust vent.
Before Installation
■ Precautions for Portrait (Upright) Installation
• Do not block the air intake or exhaust vents. In particular,
because there is an air intake vent on the bottom, always ensure
a minimum clearance of 2 cm (0.8") from the bottom.
• Note that no mounting brackets or similar accessories for
portrait installation are available.
■ Light Source
The projector uses laser as a light source. The laser has the following
characteristic.
Factors such as long-term use and environmental changes may
affect image quality. You can counteract changes in brightness
from hours of use or the ambient temperature by performing
[Light source calibration] in [Calibration] (P180).
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Before Installation
Copyright Notice
Ensure Network Security
Take measures to ensure network security. Note that Canon is not liable in any
way for direct or indirect loss from network security incidents, such as
unauthorized access.
Before use, configure projector, computer, and network security settings
appropriately.
• Set up the projector for connections only within your protected network,
behind a firewall or the like, instead of direct Internet connections.
• When using the projector in a wireless network, also configure the Wi-Fi
security settings.
• Change the Wi-Fi security key on a regular basis.
About Trademarks
• Ethernet is a registered trademark of Xerox Corporation.
• Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
• Mac, Mac OS and Macintosh are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the
United States and/or other countries.
• HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are
trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing, LLC.
• PJLink is a registered trademark of JBMIA and pending trademark in some
countries.
• PJLink is a registered trademark, or an application has been submitted for
trademark, in Japan, the United States and/or other countries or regions.
• AMX is a registered trademark of Harman International Industries, Inc.
• Crestron®, Crestron RoomView®, and Crestron Connected™ are registered
trademarks of Crestron Electronics, Inc.
• Extron and XTP are trademarks or registered trademarks of RGB Systems,
Inc. in the United States and/or other countries.
• HDBaseT™ and the HDBaseT Alliance logo are trademarks of the HDBaseT
Alliance.
• Wi-Fi is a registered trademark of the Wi-Fi Alliance.
• Wi-Fi CERTIFIED, WPA, WPA2, and the Wi-Fi CERTIFIED logo are used in
reference to methods of configuration developed by the Wi-Fi Alliance.
• All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
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Before Installation
Please note that enlarging or reducing the size of an image for commercial
purposes or public presentation may infringe on the legally protected copyright
or the copyright holder of the original material.
Before Installation
Wireless LAN (Wi-Fi)
■ Countries and Regions Where Wireless LAN Use Is
Permitted
Use of the wireless LAN function is restricted under the laws, etc., of each country
and region, and violation of these restrictions may be subject to punishment. Check
the Canon website for a list of countries and regions where use of the wireless LAN
function permitted.
Canon assumes no responsibility whatsoever for problems, etc., that may arise from
use of the wireless LAN function in countries and regions other than those listed.
■ Model Number
WUX7000Z/WUX6600Z/WUX5800Z (including WLAN module model: ES202)
Complies with
IMDA Standards
DB00671
Statement on EC directive
Hereby, Canon Inc. declares that this equipment is in compliance with Directive
2014/53/EU. The full text of the EU declaration of conformity is available at the
following Internet address:
http://www.canon-europe.com/ce-documentation
Wireless LAN Specifications
WUX7000Z/WUX6600Z/WUX5800Z
Frequency band(s): 2,401 MHz – 2,473 MHz
Maximum radio-frequency power: 9.48 dBm
FCC/IC NOTICE
Model: WUX7000Z/WUX6600Z/WUX5800Z (including WLAN
Module Model ES202, FCC ID: AZD239)
This device complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules and ISED’s applicable licenceexempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1)
this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any
interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of this
device.
This transmitter must not be co-located or operated in conjunction with any other
antenna or transmitter except Canon accessories supplied or designated for this
product.
This equipment complies with FCC/IC radiation exposure limits set forth for an
uncontrolled environment and meets the FCC radio frequency (RF) Exposure
Guidelines and RSS-102 of the IC radio frequency (RF) Exposure rules. This
equipment should be installed and operated keeping the radiator at least 20 cm or
more away from person’s body.
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Open Source Software
Some third-party software permits the distribution of software modules in
executable form only under the condition that the source code of such modules be
made available freely. For information on how to acquire the source code for such
third-party software, contact the distributor from whom the product was purchased.
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Open Source Software
The product contains Open Source Software modules.
For details, check the files obtained from “Software Used in This Product” on the
download site (http://www.canon.com/iprj/). Please refer to the license information
for each module, which is contained in the corresponding file.
Before Use
Included Accessories
Before use, make sure the following items are included in the package.
• Remote control
• Batteries for the remote control
(AAA size x2)
(part no.: RS-RC07)
• Power cord
(1.8 m / 5.9')
• Important Information
For Continental
Europe
For the U.S.A.
and Canada
• Warranty Card
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Before Use
Projector Part Names and Functions
■ Front Side
(2)
(3)
(7)
(6)
(5)
(4)
Do not block the air
intake. Doing so may
cause a malfunction.
(5) Side control (P34)
(6) Terminals and connectors
(P37)
(7) Anti-theft lock hole
An anti-theft wire cable (not
included) can be connected.
(8) LED indicators (P35)
■ Rear Side
(9)
(9) Exhaust vent
Do not block the air
exhaust. Doing so may
cause a malfunction.
(10) Infrared remote receiver
(P41)
(11) Air filter frame (P217)
(10)
(4) (11)
■ Bottom Side
(12)
(13)
(4)
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(12) Adjustable feet (P76)
(13) Security bar
Before Use
(1) Power cord connector (P82)
(2) Infrared remote receiver
(P41)
(3) Lens unit (sold separately)
(4) Air intake vent
(8)
(1)
Before Use
■ Side Control
(6)
(4)
(3)
(2)
(1)
(5)
(5) Pointer / VOL buttons (P119)
Up, down, left, or right in menu
navigation or other operations.
Adjusts the sound volume.
[ ] VOL+ button: Increases the
volume.
[ ] VOL– button: Decreases the
volume.
(1) POWER button (P46, P51)
Turns the projector on or off.
(2) INPUT button (P47)
Switches the input signal.
(3) LENS button
Each time the button is pressed,
the screen changes to focus
adjustment (P48), zoom (image
size) adjustment (P48), or lens shift
(image position) adjustment (P70).
To adjust, use the [ ] / [ ] or the
[ ] / [ ] buttons.
(6) OK button (P119)
Determines the item selected from
the menu.
(4) MENU button (P121)
Displays a menu on the screen.
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Before Use
■ LED Indicators
The projector status is shown by the LED indicators (off / lit / flashing).
: Illuminated during projection.
Otherwise, flashes in the following
situations.
• As the projector transitions from standby
to projection
• While the light source is off in power
management mode
• STANDBY (red)
: Illuminated during standby mode.
Otherwise, flashes in the following
situations.
• As the projector transitions from
projection to standby
• While the light source is off in power
management mode
• WARNING (red)
: Lights up or flashes when an error occurs.
• LIGHT (orange)
: Lights up or flashes when a problem
occurs with the light source.
• TEMP (red)
: Lights up or flashes when the internal
temperature is high.
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Before Use
• POWER (green)
Before Use
LED Indicator Displays
The LED indicators flash or illuminate to indicate the operating status of the
projector.
Legend: Example of when the POWER indicator is on;
LED indicator
TEMP
POWER STANDBY WARNING LIGHT
(red)
(orange)
(red)
(green)
(red)
: Off
: Lit
: Flashing
Operating status
Projector not plugged in.
In standby mode.
Power is on. (Projecting.)
Resuming operation (projection) after
standby.
Cooling down while entering standby or
power management mode from power
on.
In power management mode, with the
light source off. (Flashes green and
then red.)
Internal temperature is high (in standby
mode).
Internal temperature is high (during
projection).
An error has occurred with the light
source unit.
A temperature error has occurred.
Flashes 3 times: Air filter error
Flashes 4 times: Fan error
Flashes 5 times: Power error
Flashes 6 times: Lens unit error
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Before Use
■ Terminals and Connectors
(8)
(5)
(7)
(6)
(10)
(9)
(1) LAN / HDBaseT port (P81, P83)
Receives HDBaseT input including digital video and audio signals.
Carries both video and audio signals across a single LAN cable (shielded
twisted pair).
This port can also be used to connect the projector to a network.
(2) AUDIO OUT terminal (P81)
Outputs the audio to external AV equipment. This outputs the audio signal that
corresponds to the projected image signal.
(3) AUDIO IN terminal (P81)
Receives audio input. Audio supplied to this terminal is played through the
internal speaker when you set [Audio in terminal select] to [Audio in] (P169).
(4) Terminal for wired remote control (P42)
This terminal is used to connect the optional remote control (RS-RC05) using a
cable.
(5) DisplayPort port (P79)
Receives DisplayPort input including digital video and audio signals.
Carries both video and audio signals across a single cable.
(6) HDMI terminal (P78)
Receives HDMI input including digital video and audio signals.
Carries both video and audio signals across a single cable.
(7) DVI-I terminal (P79)
Connects the external monitor output from a computer.
Receives digital PC signal (Digital PC).
A VGA-DVI-I cable can also be used to receive analog computer signals
(Analog PC-1).
(8) Analog PC-2 / COMPONENT terminal (P80)
Receives the analog PC signal (Analog PC-2).
A component cable can be used to receive the component image signal
(Component).
(9) Service port (P226)
Used to control the projector with user commands (P227 – P228).
(10) USB port (P56, P114, P135, P180)
Connects a USB flash drive. Used for projection of images on a USB flash
drive, or for firmware updates.
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Before Use
(2) (3) (4)
(1)
Before Use
Remote Control
■ Part Names and Functions
(3) Fn button (P168)
Can be assigned a specific function.
(1)
(4) Pointer buttons (P119)
Selects the upper, lower, left or right
item in the menu. Also used to assign a
channel to the remote control.
(2)
(5) OK button (P119)
Determines the item selected from the
menu.
(3)
(6) FOCUS button (P48)
Adjusts focusing.
[ ] / [ ] buttons:
Moves the focus position further away.
[ ] / [ ] buttons:
Moves the focus position nearer.
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(7) ZOOM button (P48)
Adjusts the image size.
[ ] / [ ] buttons:
Increase the image size.
[ ] / [ ] buttons:
Decrease the image size.
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(8) INPUT A-C button (P168)
Can be assigned to input signal selection
(one source for each of the three buttons).
(13)
(9) ASPECT button (P102, P131)
Changes the aspect ratio of the
projected image.
(1) POWER button (P46, P51)
Turns the projector on or off.
(10) TEST PATTERN button (P160)
Displays the test pattern.
(2) D.ZOOM button (P55)
Zooms the image in or out digitally.
[1] button: Zooms the image in (up to
12x).
[4] button: Zooms the image out (1x
minimum).
[ ] / [ ] / [ ] / [ ] buttons:
Move the zoom-in location.
(11) Ch button (P168)
Changes the remote control channel.
(12) IMAGE button (P49)
Switches the image mode (image
quality).
(13) FREEZE button (P52)
Freezes the projected image.
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Before Use
(19) EXIT button (P120)
Cancels functions such as menu
display or test pattern during operation
and returns to the image display.
(14)
(16)
(17)
(21) KEYSTONE button (P103)
Corrects keystone distortion.
The [Keystone] setting enables both
horizontal/vertical keystone correction
(by adjusting top/bottom/left/right
length) and corner correction.
• Moves the image up, down, left, or
right when the screen aspect setting
is [16:9 D. image shift] or [4:3 D.
image shift].
• To move the image, use the [ ] / [ ]
or the [ ] / [ ] buttons.
(18)
(19)
(20)
(21)
(22) AUTO PC button (P131)
Adjusts the image for optimal projection
of computer signals when analog PC
input is used.
(22)
(23)
(24)
(23) SPLIT button (P60)
Activates the split screen function.
(24) BLANK button (P52)
Temporarily blacks out the image.
(14) INPUT button (P47)
Switches the input signal.
(15) VOL button (P54)
Adjusts the sound volume.
[3] button: Increases the volume.
[6] button: Decreases the volume.
(16) Number buttons (P174, P183,
P185)
Enter password and TCP/IP setting
values.
(17) MUTE button (P54)
Mutes the sound.
(18) MENU button (P121)
Displays a menu on the screen.
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Before Use
(20) LENS-SHIFT button (P70)
Moves the lens up, down, left, or right.
[ ] / [ ] / [ ] / [ ] buttons:
Moves the image.
(15)
Before Use
■ Installing Remote Control Batteries
1
Open the battery
compartment lid.
Slide the lid while
pressing it down.
2
Insert batteries.
3
Insert 2 new AAA
batteries in the
compartment with the +
and – terminals
positioned correctly.
Close the
compartment lid.
Slide the lid until you
hear a click to securely
close it.
• If buttons on the remote control are inoperative when you attempt to operate the
projector, replace the batteries with new ones.
• Do not drop the remote control or subject it to impact.
• Do not spill any liquids on the remote control. Doing so may cause a malfunction.
Pay attention to the following points when handling the batteries.
Failing to do so could result in a fire or personal injury.
• Do not heat, short circuit or disassemble the batteries, or place
them in a fire.
• Do not attempt to recharge the batteries that are included with the
remote control.
• Remove the batteries when they are flat or when the remote
control will not be used for a long period of time.
• When replacing the batteries, replace both at the same time. Also,
do not use two batteries of a different type at the same time.
• Insert the batteries with the + and – terminals in the correct
directions.
• If any liquid from inside the batteries leaks out and contacts your
skin, be sure to wash the liquid off thoroughly.
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Before Use
■ Remote Control Operating Range
The remote control is an infrared type. Point it at the infrared remote receiver on the
front or rear of the projector to operate it.
Before Use
25°
8 m (26.3')
25°
8 m (26.3')
25°
25°
• Use the remote control no further than approximately 8 m (26.3') from the projector.
• Use the remote control within an angle of 25° in any direction from directly in front of the
infrared remote receiver.
• The remote control may be inoperative if there is an obstacle between the remote
control and the projector or the infrared remote receiver on the projector is exposed to
direct sunlight or strong light of lighting equipment.
• When you use 2 or more projectors at the same time, change the channel settings to
prevent the 2 remote controls from interfering with each other (P168).
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Before Use
■ Using an Optional Wired Remote (RS-RC05)
To use a wired remote control with the projector, use the RS-RC05, sold separately.
Use a cable with a ø3.5 mm stereo mini jack (not included).
Remote control
(RS-RC05)
Terminal for wired
remote control
ø3.5 mm stereo mini jack cable
(not included)
• Infrared operations cannot be performed if a cable is connected to the projector or the
remote control.
• Use a cable with a ø3.5 mm stereo mini jack (not included) with a length of 30 m (98.4')
or less.
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Basic Guide
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Projection Procedure
The steps to prepare for projection are as follows.
Step 1
Connect Other Equipment
(P45)
Configure the computer’s network settings (P86)
Step 2
Turn the Projector On
(P46)
Step 3
Select an Input Signal
(P47)
Step 4
Adjust the Image
(P48)
Step 5
Select the Image Quality (Image Mode)
(P49)
Other Projection
• Projecting images stored on a USB flash drive
(P56)
• Split-screen display from multiple connected
devices (P60)
• Projecting a single image from multiple projectors
(P114)
Turn the Projector Off
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(P51)
Projection Procedure
Step 1 Connect Other Equipment
Computer input
DisplayPort
input
Basic Guide
HDMI input
Projection Procedure
When you connect a computer to the network, you will need to complete the IP address
settings. For details, see “Configuring the Computer’s Network Settings” (P86).
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Projection Procedure
Step 2 Turn the Projector On
1
Press the POWER button.
Remote control
2
Projector
Turn on the computer or other equipment.
• If a window is projected for menu language selection, use the pointer buttons to choose
a language, and then press the OK button.
• If you have set a password, the password input screen appears. Enter your password
(P174, P175).
• When “No signal” appears, press the INPUT button to select the input signal.
• If a computer screen is not projected, adjust the display settings on the computer. For
details about how to switch display output, refer to the manual for your computer.
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Projection Procedure
Step 3 Select an Input Signal
INPUT button
INPUT button
In single-image mode
In split-screen mode
• [Digital PC] and [Analog PC-1] may be grayed out even when available.
• Screens of computers connected to the projector over a network can be projected
when you have selected [LAN] as the input signal. For details, refer to the NMPJ user’s
manual.
• Images on USB flash drives can be projected when you have selected [USB] as the
input signal. For details, see “Projecting Images on a USB Flash Drive” (P56).
• In split-screen mode, the side without control rights is identified by a white circle.
• Input signals can also be selected by using the INPUT A-C buttons on the remote
control, depending on settings. For details, see “[INPUT A-C] button settings” (P168).
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Projection Procedure
Remote control
Projector
Basic Guide
To switch between signals from connected devices, select an input signal in the
[Input] menu.
The selected signal changes each time you press the INPUT button, or each time
you press the [ ] / [ ] buttons when the [Input] window is shown.
The currently active input signal is marked with a green circle and enclosed by a
orange border.
Names of input signals available for projection are displayed in white, and
unavailable signal names are grayed out.
Projection Procedure
Step 4 Adjust the Image
■ Adjusting the Computer’s Output Resolution
The projector’s maximum resolution is 1920x1200 (P219).
For details on adjusting your computer’s output resolution, refer to the manual for
your computer.
■ Focusing / Resizing the Image
Press the ZOOM button on the remote control to adjust the image size, and press
the FOCUS button to adjust the focus. You can also press the LENS button on the
projector once to adjust focus and twice to adjust image size.
Projector
Remote control
LENS button
FOCUS button
ZOOM button
Focus adjustment
Zoom adjustment
• Use the Auto PC function to adjust shift in computer image or the flickering of the
screen (P131).
• Correct any keystone distortion by pressing the KEYSTONE button (P103).
• Select the screen aspect or projection aspect according to the aspect ratio of the
screen, type of input image signal etc. (P99 – P101).
• Select an image mode depending on the projected image.
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Projection Procedure
Step 5 Select the Image Quality (Image Mode)
Basic Guide
Pressing the IMAGE button on the remote control, you can select an image mode
to suit the projected image.
In each image mode, you can further adjust the brightness, contrast, sharpness,
gamma, HDR range, color adjustment, advanced adjustment, light source mode
(P147) and brightness level (P147).
Remote control
Projection Procedure
■ Image Modes
Details
Image mode
(1) Ambient Brightness
(2) Types of Images
(3) Effect on Projection
Standard
(1) Bright
(2) Computer screens, or media played with video software
(3) Whites and natural colors
Presentation
(1) Bright
(2) Images mainly consisting of text
(3) Keeps the screen bright
Dynamic
(1) Bright
(2) Media played with video software
(3) Keeps the screen bright
Video
(1) Somewhat dark
(2) Video from camcorders
(3) Close to the color space of TVs
Photo/sRGB
(1) Somewhat dark
(2) Digital photos from sRGB-compatible cameras
(3) Conforms to the sRGB standard
DICOM SIM
(1) Somewhat dark
(2) Monochrome images (medical use, for example)
(3) Adjusted to the GSDF curve specified in DICOM Standard Part 14
User 1 – 5
Up to 5 user-selected combinations of image quality settings can be
stored in the memory (P140). Stored settings can be selected as an
image mode.
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Projection Procedure
■ Projecting an Image in the DICOM SIM Mode
In the DICOM simulation mode (hereinafter referred to as “DICOM SIM”), this
projector can project a monochrome medical image such as an X ray radiography,
CT image, MRI image, etc. in the tone similar to the DICOM (Digital Imaging and
Communications in Medicine) standard. Typically, to project the image according to
the DICOM standard, it requires the grayscale tone correction using a luminance
meter according to the environment. In this projector, there are 21 types of tone
settings for various ambient lights. You can correct the tone in a simplified manner
by selecting the DICOM test pattern (P107).
It is suited to project an image in a medical lecture, academic conference, inhospital conference, etc.
This projector is not the display monitor for a medical image. It cannot be used for
the radiological image reading or medical examination.
• It is recommended to check the tone everytime when using this
projector since it does not have the tone correction and
calibration functions against the secular change.
• It may take approximately 30 minutes until the projection
brightness of this projector becomes stabled.
Switching the mode to the DICOM SIM Mode
1
Press the IMAGE button on the remote control until [DICOM SIM] is
displayed or select [DICOM SIM] from [Image mode] in the [Image
adjustment] menu.
2
Display test patterns by pressing the TEST PATTERN button on the
remote control or selecting [On] in [Test pattern] of the [Install settings]
menu. Press the [ ] / [ ] buttons to select the DICOM test pattern.
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Projection Procedure
As you view the test pattern, perform [Gamma] (P141) adjustment from
the [Image adjustment] menu until the image is optimal.
4
Press the OK button after the setting.
Perform one of the followings to obtain an appropriate projection:
• Darken the ambient light
• Reduce the image size
• Reduce the projection distance
Projection Procedure
Turn the Projector Off
1
Press the POWER button.
Remote control
2
Basic Guide
3
Projector
When this window is displayed,
press the POWER button again.
After you turn the projector off,
projection stops, the [STANDBY]
indicator flashes in red, and the
projector starts cooling down. After
cooling down, the projector enters
standby mode. In standby mode,
the [STANDBY] indicator remains lit
instead of flashing.
• If you want to continue projecting without turning off the power, press a button other
than POWER, or else wait until the confirmation message disappears.
• The projector cannot be turned on while cooling down.
• Using the projector for extended periods may shorten the life of the internal optical
components.
• Unplug the projector if it will not be used for an extended period. Note that the [Date
and time] setting will be reset, so you will need to set it again.
• In power management mode, the projector may go off automatically after some time
(P171).
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Convenient Projection Features
Convenient Features
This section describes convenient features during presentations and in other
situations.
Temporarily Blacking Out an Image
Projection can be temporarily blanked after a presentation, or to divert the
audience’s attention away from the screen.
Remote control
Press the BLANK button on the remote control to black out the
image.
Press the BLANK button again to show the image.
• You can set the screen state while blacking out the image in the menu
(P162).
Freezing the Picture
Projection can be temporarily frozen during computer operations that would be
distracting, or to pause playback of video or animation.
Remote control
Press the FREEZE button on the remote control to freeze the
moving image. The following icon appears.
Press the FREEZE button again to return to the original display.
Screen
• It is also cancelled when the input signal is terminated.
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Convenient Projection Features
Projecting a Test Pattern from the Menu
Even without any input signals, the projector can project a test pattern. Test
patterns can be projected during installation to check how the projector is installed.
For details on projecting test patterns, see “Test pattern” (P160) or “Adjustment
Using a Test Pattern” (P107).
Set power-saving settings as needed.
The following four settings are available. For details, refer to the page describing
each function.
Conserve energy by selecting a mode that is less bright.
• Standby power settings (P171)
Conserves energy in standby mode by disabling some network functions.
• Power management mode (P171)
Automatically turns off the light source or the power after a certain period if the
projector is idle without an input signal.
• Power management duration (P172)
Specify the period after which the light source or projector should go off
automatically if left idle without an input signal when [Power management mode]
is set to [Light source off] or [Standby].
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Convenient Projection Features
• Light source mode (P147)
Basic Guide
Specifying Power-Saving Settings
Convenient Projection Features
Adjusting the Volume
Useful when:
• You want to adjust the volume level of the projector or external speakers.
Remote control
Press the VOL button. The following screen appears.
• You can also adjust the volume level with the [ ] / [ ] buttons of the
projector.
• Adjust the volume or mute setting on the computer if the volume level is too
low.
• You can also adjust the volume level of the speakers connected via the
audio output terminal.
Muting the Sound
Useful when:
• You want to temporarily mute unnecessary sound.
• You want to immediately mute the sound.
Remote control
Press the MUTE button on the remote control to mute the sound.
The following icon appears.
Screen
Press the MUTE button again to cancel the mute function.
• You can also mute the sound of the speakers connected via the audio output terminal.
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Convenient Projection Features
Zooming Part of an Image
Useful when:
• Zooming in on an object such as a small graph during a presentation (up to 12x).
• Focusing on the current subject.
Press the + D.ZOOM button
on the remote control to
enlarge a part of the image.
Press the – D.ZOOM button
to reduce the image size.
Basic Guide
Remote control
Screen
You can move the enlarged area by using the [ ] / [ ] / [ ] / [ ] buttons.
Remote control
Projector
Screen
You can restore the original size of the image by pressing the OK button.
The D.ZOOM buttons work differently than [Zoom] in the [Install settings] menu (P151).
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Convenient Projection Features
• The magnification appears on
the screen.
Convenient Projection Features
Projecting Images on a USB Flash Drive
JPEG images stored on a USB flash drive connected to the projector can be
projected. Individual images can be selected for projection, or you can project all
images in a slideshow.
JPEG images up to 10912x8640 can be projected.
1
Insert a USB flash drive in
the USB port.
2
Press the INPUT button to select [USB].
Projector
3
Remote control
In the USB file browser,
select a file for projection.
For details on the USB file
browser, see “Description of
USB File Browser” (P57), and
for details on choosing files,
see “Selecting an Image for
Projection” (P59).
A USB card reader can also be used in the USB port.
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Convenient Projection Features
Ending Projection
Remove the USB flash drive.
• USB flash drives with security features are not recognized by the projector and cannot
be selected as the image source.
• If the projector cannot mount the file system, the drive name is grayed out and the
following icon is displayed. In this case, the USB flash drive cannot be used.
When a USB flash drive is connected to the projector, the USB file browser
appears.
In the USB file browser, you can select the image file to be projected by operating
the file list in the USB flash drive.
Thumbnail view
List view
(1)
(1)
(5)
(2)
(2)
(3)
(3)
(4)
(4)
(1) List title
Identifies the current USB flash drive and number of pages in the file list displayed
(Current page number/total number of pages).
(2) Drive/file list
Lists recognized USB flash drives and files in folders on the drive, by name. Select
an image file or folder with the pointer buttons. The following icons are shown.
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Convenient Projection Features
■ Description of USB File Browser
Basic Guide
• Up to six USB flash drives, 999 folders, or 9,999 files can be displayed.
• If there are multiple drives, a drive selection screen is displayed. Use the [ ] / [ ]
buttons to select the desired drive, and then press the OK button. Files on the drive are
now listed.
• On file and drive selection screens, you can switch between thumbnail and list display.
• Network input is not available when [USB] is selected as the other input signal in splitscreen display.
• Motion blur reduction is not available when projecting JPEG files on a USB flash drive
(P172).
• The projector can also play a slideshow of images on a USB flash drive automatically
(P59).
Convenient Projection Features
Icon
Function
Recognized USB flash drive (in
thumbnail view)
Correctly displayed USB flash drive
(in list view)
Icon
Function
Switch to list view (in thumbnail view)
Switch to thumbnail view (in list view)
Unrecognized USB flash drive (in
thumbnail view)
Unrecognized USB flash drive (in list
view)
Go to the parent folder
No removable media in the card
reader or similar device (in thumbnail
view)
No removable media in the card
reader or similar device (in list view)
Unsupported JPEG file (in thumbnail
view)
Folder
File or folder names in Arabic are not displayed correctly.
(3) File information area
Information of the image selected in the file list appears here.
• File name
• Image size
• File size
• Camera model
• Shoot. d/t
• Shoot. cond.
(4) File path area
Path name of the image selected in the file list appears here.
(5) Preview area (in list view)
Image selected in the Drive/file list appears with reduced size.
when an unsupported JPEG format is selected.
If a folder is currently selected, the folder icon appears.
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is displayed
Convenient Projection Features
■ Selecting an Image for Projection
This section describes the steps for selecting an image in the USB file browser and
projecting on the screen.
Selecting a Drive
Folders that contain images can be selected.
• To return to the higher level, select [
].
Selecting an Image File for Projection
In list view, when you select an image file, a small preview of the image is shown in
the preview area.
For full-screen projection of the image, press the OK button.
To return to the higher level, select [
].
Changing the View
To switch the view, select [Thumbnail view] or [List view] in the Drive/file list and
press the OK button.
■ Controlling Images in Full-Screen Projection
When images are projected, you can perform the following operations.
Project the previous or next image by pressing the [ ] / [ ] buttons.
Rotate images left or right 90° by pressing the [ ] / [ ] buttons.
Return to the USB file browser by pressing the OK button.
• These operations are also available during slideshows. (Except when [Animation
effect] is enabled.)
• If the image contains rotational information, the image is rotated to an appropriate
direction automatically.
■ Running a Slideshow of Data Saved in a USB Flash Drive
Multiple images on a USB flash drive can be projected consecutively, with each
shown for a specific interval.
Setting a Slideshow Interval
Set the projection interval in [Slideshow interval] (P134) in the menu.
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Convenient Projection Features
Selecting a Folder
Basic Guide
This step may not be necessary when a USB flash drive is connected directly to the
projector’s USB port.
If a USB memory card reader having multiple memory slots is connected, the drive
(memory slot) list is displayed in the file list.
Select the drive in which the memory card is inserted with [ ] / [ ], and press the
OK button.
• Active drives are displayed in white text, while inactive drives are grayed out.
Convenient Projection Features
Projecting Two Images Side by Side
Images from two connected devices
can be projected side by side. This
is split-screen display. When you
activate split-screen display, the
current image is shown on the left
side, and the new image is shown at
right. You can change the source of
images shown on each side by
pressing the INPUT button.
Supply two signals to the projector.
You can combine the following input
in split-screen display.
Note that split-screen display is not
available for some combinations of input signals.
Split-Screen Combinations
Right image
HDMI
DisplayPort Digital PC Analog PC-1 Analog PC-2 Component HDBaseT
HDMI
—
LAN
USB
—
—
—
—
*
*
*
*
—
—
—
—
*
*
—
—
—
*
*
—
—
*
*
—
*
*
DisplayPort
Digital PC
Analog PC-1
Left
Analog PC-2
image
Component
HDBaseT
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
*
LAN
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
USB
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
—
—
: Can be combined
Can be combined (50:50 display)
—: Cannot be combined
*:
To start split-screen display, press the SPLIT button on the remote control.
Remote control
A number is displayed in the center of one image area. The left image is “1,” and
the right image, “2.” The image labeled with a number has “control rights,” and the
sound for that image will be played.
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Convenient Projection Features
■ Switching Input Signals
If
or
is displayed in the center of the image area, you can switch control rights
to the other side by using the [ ] / [ ] buttons on the remote control.
Remote control
Basic Guide
Side currently under control
(input signal can be switched)
Current input signal
(with control rights)
Current input signal
(without control rights)
• Display of the centered number fades in a while, but you can view it again by pressing
the SPLIT button on the remote control.
• To exit split-screen display, press the EXIT button on the remote control.
• You can also switch to split-screen display by selecting [Split screen] in the [Input
settings] menu (P136).
• Some functions cannot be adjusted, such as [Sharpness] (P141), [Dynamic gamma]
(P144), and [Motion blur reduction] (P172).
• Some functions are not available, such as [Image flip H/V] (P150), [Screen aspect]
(P151), [Keystone] (P152) and [Logo capture] (P162).
• For split-screen image adjustment, use the [Image priority] setting (P148).
• Image mode colors differ somewhat from those in single-image mode.
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Convenient Projection Features
Press the INPUT button, and then select the input signal for the side with control
rights.
To determine which side is currently under your control, check the image ID in
orange in the upper right of the menu.
The side without control rights is labeled with a white circle.
Installation Guide
Before setting up the projector, be sure to read “Before Installation” (P25).
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Installation Procedure
Relationship Between Projecting Distance and
Image Size
Height
16:9 / 16:10
Screen size
(diagonal)
4:3
Lower edge
of image
H
Width
Width
L
Screen
L: Projection distance
H: Height from center of lens to lower edge of image
Lens unit
RS-SL01ST
RS-SL02LZ
RS-SL04UL
RS-SL05WZ
Projection ratio*
1.49 – 2.24:1 2.19 – 3.74:1 3.55 – 6.94:1 1.00 – 1.50:1
Image size
Projection distance L [m (feet)]
[cm]
Diagonal
Wide Tele Wide Tele Wide Tele Wide Tele
Width Height
limit limit limit limit limit limit limit limit
1.3
1.9
1.9
3.2
0.9
1.3
40
86
54
—
—
(4.3) (6.2) (6.2) (10.5)
(3.0) (4.3)
1.9
2.9
2.8
4.8
4.6
9.0
1.3
1.9
60
129
81
(6.2) (9.5) (9.2) (15.7) (15.1) (29.5) (4.3) (6.2)
2.6
3.9
3.8
6.4
6.1
12.0
1.7
2.6
80
172
108
(8.5) (12.8) (12.5) (21.0) (20.0) (39.3) (5.6) (8.5)
3.2
4.8
4.7
8.0
7.6
14.9
2.2
3.2
100
215
135
(10.5) (15.7) (15.4) (26.3) (24.9) (48.9) (7.2) (10.5)
4.8
7.2
7.1
12.1
11.4
22.3
3.2
4.9
150
323
202
(15.7) (23.6) (23.3) (39.7) (37.4) (73.2) (10.5) (16.1)
6.4
9.6
9.5
16.1
15.2
29.8
4.3
6.5
200
431
269
(21.0) (31.5) (31.2) (52.8) (49.9) (97.8) (14.1) (21.3)
8.0
12.1
11.9
20.2
18.9
37.2
5.4
8.1
250
538
337
(26.2) (39.7) (39.0) (66.3) (62.0) (122.0) (17.7) (26.6)
9.6
14.5
14.2
24.2
22.7
44.6
6.5
9.7
300
646
404
(31.5) (47.6) (46.6) (79.4) (74.5) (146.3) (21.3) (31.8)
11.3
16.9
16.6
28.3
26.4
52.0
7.5
11.4
350
754
471
(37.1) (55.4) (54.5) (92.8) (86.6) (170.6) (24.6) (37.4)
12.9
19.3
19.0
32.3
30.2
59.4
8.6
13.0
400
862
538
(42.3) (63.3) (62.3) (106.0) (99.1) (194.9) (28.2) (42.7)
14.5
21.7
21.4
36.4
34.0
66.8
9.7
14.6
450
969
606
(47.6) (71.2) (70.2) (119.4) (111.5) (219.2) (31.8) (47.9)
16.1
24.1
23.8
40.4
37.7
74.2
10.8
16.3
500
1077
673
(52.8) (79.1) (78.1) (132.5) (123.7) (243.4) (35.4) (53.5)
17.7
26.6
26.1
44.5
41.5
81.6
11.8
17.9
550
1185
740
(58.1) (87.3) (85.6) (146.0) (136.2) (267.7) (38.7) (58.7)
19.3
29.0
28.5
48.5
45.2
89.0
12.9
19.5
600
1292
808
(63.3) (95.1) (93.5) (159.1) (148.3) (292.0) (42.3) (64.0)
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Height H**
[cm]
RS-SL01ST
RS-SL02LZ
RS-SL04UL
RS-SL05WZ
-35.0 – +2.7
-52.5 – +4.0
-70.0 – +5.4
-87.5 – +6.7
-131 – +10.1
-175 – +13.5
-219 – +16.8
-263 – +20.2
-306 – +23.6
-350 – +26.9
-394 – +30.3
-438 – +33.7
-481 – +37.0
-525 – +40.4
Installation Procedure
At a screen aspect of 16:10
Installation Guide
Height
The projected image size is determined by the distance between the projector and
the screen (projection distance) as well as the zoom. Refer to the following table
and decide the distance between the projector and screen.
Installation Procedure
Lens unit
Projection ratio*
Image size [cm]
Diagonal
Width
Height
40
60
80
100
150
200
250
300
86
129
172
215
323
431
538
646
54
81
108
135
202
269
337
404
RS-SL03WF RS-SL06UW
0.80:1
0.54:1
Projection distance L
[m (feet)]
0.69 (2.3)
1.04 (3.4)
1.38 (4.5)
1.73 (5.7)
2.59 (8.5)
3.45 (11.3)
4.31 (14.1)
5.17 (17.0)
0.45 (1.5)
0.69 (2.3)
0.92 (3.0)
1.16 (3.8)
1.75 (5.7)
2.33 (7.3)
2.92 (9.6)
3.51 (11.5)
Height H** [cm]
RS-SL03WF
RS-SL06UW
-33.0 – -20.8
-49.5 – -31.3
-66.0 – -41.7
-82.5 – -52.1
-123 – -78.1
-165 – -104
-206 – -130
-248 – -156
-35.0 – +13.5
-52.5 – +20.2
-70.0 – +26.9
-87.5 – +33.7
-131 – +50.5
-175 – +67.3
-219 – +84.1
-263 – +101
* Projection ratios are based on projection to 100-inch screens.
** Height (H) is based on [Normal] lens shift mode.
For details on the image position in [Expanded] mode, see “Adjustment Using
Lens Shift” (P72).
At a screen aspect of 16:9
Lens unit
RS-SL01ST
RS-SL02LZ
RS-SL04UL
RS-SL05WZ
Projection ratio*
1.53 – 2.30:1 2.25 – 3.84:1 3.65 – 7.13:1 1.03 – 1.54:1
Image size
Projection distance L [m (feet)]
(cm)
Diagonal
Wide Tele Wide Tele Wide Tele Wide Tele
Width Height
limit limit limit limit limit limit limit limit
1.3
2.0
1.9
3.3
0.9
1.3
40
89
50
—
—
(4.3) (6.6) (6.2) (10.8)
(3.0) (4.3)
2.0
3.0
2.9
4.9
4.8
9.3
1.3
2.0
60
133
75
(6.7) (9.8) (9.5) (16.1) (15.7) (30.5) (4.3) (6.6)
2.6
4.0
3.9
6.6
6.3
12.3
1.8
2.7
80
177
100
(8.5) (13.1) (12.8) (21.7) (20.7) (40.4) (5.9) (8.9)
3.3
5.0
4.9
8.3
7.9
15.4
2.2
3.3
100
221
125
(10.8) (16.4) (16.1) (27.2) (25.9) (50.5) (7.2) (10.8)
5.0
7.4
7.3
12.4
11.7
23.0
3.3
5.0
150
332
187
(16.4) (24.3) (24.0) (40.7) (38.4) (75.5) (10.8) (16.4)
6.6
9.9
9.7
16.6
15.6
30.6
4.4
6.7
200
443
249
(21.7) (32.5) (31.8) (54.5) (51.2) (100.4) (14.4) (22.0)
8.3
12.4
12.2
20.7
19.4
38.2
5.5
8.3
250
553
311
(27.2) (40.7) (40.0) (67.9) (63.6) (125.3) (18.0) (27.2)
9.9
14.9
14.6
24.9
23.3
45.8
6.6
10.0
300
664
374
(32.5) (48.9) (47.9) (81.7) (76.4) (150.3) (21.7) (32.8)
11.6
17.4
17.1
29.1
27.2
53.4
7.7
11.7
350
775
436
(38.1) (57.1) (56.1) (95.5) (89.2) (175.2) (25.3) (38.4)
13.2
19.9
19.5
33.2
31.0
61.0
8.9
13.4
400
886
498
(43.3) (65.3) (64.0) (108.9) (101.7) (200.1) (29.2) (44.0)
14.9
22.3
22.0
37.4
34.9
68.6
10.0
15.0
450
996
560
(48.9) (73.2) (72.2) (122.7) (114.5) (225.1) (32.8) (48.2)
16.5
24.8
24.4
41.5
38.8
76.3
11.1
16.7
500
1107
623
(54.1) (81.4) (80.1) (136.2) (127.3) (250.3) (36.4) (54.8)
18.2
27.3
26.9
45.7
42.6
83.9
12.2
18.4
550
1218
685
(59.7) (89.6) (88.3) (149.9) (139.8) (275.3) (40.0) (60.4)
19.2
28.8
28.3
48.2
44.9
88.4
12.8
19.4
580
1284
722
(63.0) (94.5) (92.8) (158.1) (147.3) (290.0) (42.0) (63.6)
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Height H**
[cm]
RS-SL01ST
RS-SL02LZ
RS-SL04UL
RS-SL05WZ
-33.2 – +5.5
-49.8 – +8.3
-66.4 – +11.1
-83.0 – +13.8
-125 – +20.8
-166 – +27.7
-208 – +34.6
-249 – +41.5
-291 – +48.4
-332 – +55.3
-374 – +62.3
-415 – +69.2
-457 – +76.1
-482 – +80.3
Installation Procedure
Lens unit
Projection ratio*
Image size [cm]
Diagonal
Width
Height
89
133
177
221
332
443
553
642
50
75
100
125
187
249
311
361
0.71 (2.3)
1.07 (3.5)
1.42 (4.7)
1.77 (5.8)
2.66 (8.7)
3.54 (11.6)
4.43 (14.5)
5.14 (16.9)
0.48 (1.6)
0.72 (2.4)
0.96 (3.1)
1.20 (3.9)
1.79 (5.9)
2.39 (7.8)
2.99 (9.8)
3.47 (11.4)
Height H** [cm]
RS-SL03WF
RS-SL06UW
-31.2 – -18.7
-46.7 – -28.0
-62.3 – -37.3
-77.9 – -46.6
-117 – -69.9
-156 – -93.3
-195 – -117
-226 – -135
-33.2 – +16.6
-49.8 – +24.9
-66.4 – +33.2
-83.0 – +41.5
-125 – +62.3
-166 – +83.0
-208 – +104
-241 – +120
At a screen aspect of 4:3
Lens unit
RS-SL01ST
RS-SL02LZ
RS-SL04UL
RS-SL05WZ
Projection ratio*
1.69 – 2.53:1 2.48 – 4.23:1 4.01 – 7.85:1 1.13 – 1.70:1
Image size
Projection distance L [m (feet)]
[cm]
Diagonal
Wide Tele Wide Tele Wide Tele Wide Tele
Width Height
limit limit limit limit limit limit limit limit
1.4
2.2
2.1
3.6
1.0
1.4
40
81
61
—
—
(4.6) (7.2) (6.9) (11.8)
(3.2) (4.6)
2.2
3.3
3.2
5.5
5.2
10.2
1.5
2.2
60
122
91
(7.2) (10.8) (10.5) (18.0) (17.1) (33.5) (4.9) (7.2)
2.9
4.4
4.3
7.3
6.9
13.5
2.0
2.9
80
163
122
(9.5) (14.4) (14.1) (24.0) (22.6) (44.3) (6.6) (9.5)
3.6
5.5
5.3
9.1
8.6
16.9
2.4
3.7
100
203
152
(11.8) (18.0) (17.4) (29.9) (28.2) (55.4) (7.9) (12.1)
5.5
8.2
8.0
13.7
12.9
25.3
3.7
5.5
150
305
229
(18.0) (26.9) (26.2) (44.9) (42.3) (83.0) (12.1) (18.0)
7.3
10.9
10.7
18.3
17.1
33.7
4.9
7.3
200
406
305
(24.0) (35.8) (35.1) (60.0) (56.1) (110.6) (16.1) (24.0)
9.1
13.7
13.4
22.9
21.4
42.1
6.1
9.2
250
508
381
(29.9) (44.9) (44.0) (75.1) (70.2) (138.1) (20.0) (30.2)
10.9
16.4
16.1
27.4
25.7
50.4
7.3
11.0
300
610
457
(35.8) (53.8) (52.8) (89.9) (84.3) (165.4) (24.0) (36.1)
12.7
19.1
18.8
32.0
29.9
58.8
8.5
12.9
350
711
533
(41.7) (62.7) (61.7) (105.0) (98.1) (192.9) (27.9) (42.3)
14.6
21.9
21.5
36.6
34.2
67.2
9.8
14.7
400
813
610
(47.9) (71.9) (70.5) (120.1) (112.2) (220.5) (32.2) (48.2)
16.4
24.6
24.2
41.2
38.4
75.6
11.0
16.6
450
914
686
(53.8) (80.7) (79.4) (135.2) (126.0) (248.0) (36.1) (54.5)
18.2
27.3
26.9
45.8
42.7
84.0
12.2
18.4
500
1016
762
(59.7) (89.6) (88.3) (150.3) (140.1) (275.6) (40.0) (60.4)
19.3
29.0
28.5
48.5
45.2
89.0
12.9
19.5
530
1077
808
(63.3) (95.1) (93.5) (159.1) (148.3) (292.0) (42.3) (64.0)
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Height H**
[cm]
RS-SL01ST
RS-SL02LZ
RS-SL04UL
RS-SL05WZ
-39.6 – +3.0
-59.4 – +4.6
-79.2 – +6.1
-99.1 – +7.6
-149 – +11.4
-198 – +15.2
-248 – +19.1
-297 – +22.9
-347 – +26.7
-396 – +30.5
-446 – +34.3
-495 – +38.1
-525 – +40.4
Installation Procedure
* Projection ratios are based on projection to 100-inch screens.
** Height (H) is based on [Normal] lens shift mode.
For details on the image position in [Expanded] mode, see “Adjustment Using
Lens Shift” (P72).
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40
60
80
100
150
200
250
290
RS-SL03WF RS-SL06UW
0.82:1
0.55:1
Projection distance L
[m (feet)]
Installation Procedure
Lens unit
Projection ratio*
Image size [cm]
Diagonal
Width
Height
40
60
80
100
150
200
250
260
81
122
163
203
305
406
508
528
61
91
122
152
229
305
381
396
RS-SL03WF RS-SL06UW
0.91:1
0.61:1
Projection distance L
[m (feet)]
0.78 (2.6)
1.17 (3.8)
1.56 (5.1)
1.95 (6.4)
2.93 (9.6)
3.90 (12.8)
4.88 (16.0)
5.07 (16.6)
0.53 (1.7)
0.79 (2.6)
1.05 (3.4)
1.32 (4.3)
1.97 (6.5)
2.63 (8.6)
3.29 (10.8)
3.42 (11.2)
Height H** [cm]
RS-SL03WF
RS-SL06UW
-37.4 – -23.6
-56.1 – -35.4
-74.7 – -47.2
-93.4 – -59.0
-140 – -88.5
-187 – -118
-234 – -147
-243 – -153
-39.6 – +15.2
-59.4 – +22.9
-79.2 – +30.5
-99.1 – +38.1
-149 – +57.2
-198 – +76.2
-248 – +95.3
-258 – +99.1
* Projection ratios are based on projection to 100-inch screens.
** Height (H) is based on [Normal] lens shift mode.
For details on the image position in [Expanded] mode, see “Adjustment Using
Lens Shift” (P72).
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Installation Procedure
Installing / Removing the Lens Unit
• When installing and removing the lens unit, be sure not to touch the
surface of the lens with your hands or scratch it.
• Do not apply force to parts (e.g. lead wires) that are connected to the
lens unit or lens motor. Doing so may cause a malfunction.
• Do not replace the lens unit in a dusty location. If any dust or dirt
enters the projector, this may adversely affect picture quality.
• When carrying or holding up the projector after attaching the lens
unit, be sure not to hold the lens. Doing so may cause damage to the
lens unit.
• If transportation is necessary, the lens unit should be removed
before transporting the projector. If the projector is subjected to
excessive impacts during transportation, the lens unit may be
damaged.
• For details about which devices the projector is compatible with,
contact the Canon Customer Support Center.
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Installation Procedure
• The projector is provided with a lens shift function to move the lens
up, down, left, and right using the motor. Do not touch the lens while
it is moving. Touching the lens when it is moving may result in
personal injury.
• Before replacing the lens unit, wait at least 30 minutes after the
projector is turned off to allow the lens unit to cool down. Failure to
do so may result in burns or injury.
Installation Guide
• Before installing or removing the lens unit, be sure to disconnect the
power plug or connector. Failure to do so may result in fire, electric
shock, or injury.
• When hanging the projector from a ceiling, put the projector down
on the floor or a workbench before attaching or replacing the lens
unit. Failure to do so could result in parts falling off the projector and
may cause a malfunction or personal injury.
• Do not attempt to install or remove the lens unit yourself. Be sure to
request this service from a qualified technician or contact the Canon
Customer Support Center.
Installation Procedure
■ Installing the Lens Unit
1
After confirming that the lens lever is raised, hold the lens unit with the
lens connector on the left side and insert it in the projector, keeping the
lens connector aligned with the connector in the projector.
Lens lever
Connector
Lens connector
Keep the lens unit level as you insert it straight into the projector. Inserting it crooked may
prevent the lens lever from moving freely or make projection blurry.
2
Turn the lens lever
clockwise to secure the
lens unit.
Lens lever
• When securing the lens unit, make sure it is fully inserted in the projector, and then turn
the lens lever clockwise (toward the bottom, as shown) to secure it. If it is not fully
inserted, this may prevent the lens lever from moving freely or make projection blurry.
• The projector stores certain information about lenses. This information must be set
again when lenses are replaced.
After lens replacement, lens shift reset is performed automatically when the projector is
restarted. However, when reinstalling the same type of lens, perform lens shift reset
manually (P158).
• Also refer to instructions included with the replacement lens.
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Installation Procedure
Removing the Lens Unit
1
Raise the lens lever by
turning it
counterclockwise.
2
Hold the lens unit securely as you
remove it.
Lens lever
Installation Procedure
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Installation Guide
When removing the lens unit, keep it level
as you pull it straight out of the projector.
Installation Procedure
Installation
Place the projector in front of the screen.
• To avoid keystone distortion, install the
projector so that it is at right angles to the
screen.
• The screen must not be exposed to direct
sunlight or light from lighting equipment. In
a bright room, it is recommended that
lights be turned off, curtains be drawn, and
other steps taken to make the screen
easier to see.
Screen
Optical axis
■ Tabletop or Floor Installation (Lower Than the Screen)
To adjust the projection position, use the lens shift function or the adjustable feet.
1
Press the LENS-SHIFT button on the remote control to display the lens
shift adjustment window.
Remote control
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Installation Procedure
Press the LENS button on the projector repeatedly to switch between windows
for parameters adjusted by controlling the lens.
To access the lens shift adjustment window, press the LENS button three times
(or four times if you have set [Marginal focus] to [On]).
Projector
When [Marginal focus]
is set to [On].
2
Press the pointer buttons to adjust.
To raise or lower the image, use the [ ] / [ ] buttons on the remote control or
projector.
To move the image left or right, use the [ ] / [ ] buttons on the remote control
or projector.
To continue moving the image in a specific direction, hold down the
corresponding button.
Remote control
Projector
Screen
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Installation Procedure
When [Marginal
focus] is set to [Off].
Installation Guide
Press three times.
Installation Procedure
Adjustment Using Lens Shift
You can reposition the image in all directions by shifting the lens up, down, left, or
right. This feature is referred to as lens shift. The projector’s lens shift range is as
follows.
Amount movable in
up/down direction
(1)
90°
90°
(2)
At maximum downward lens shift
At maximum upward lens shift
Amount movable in
left/right direction
90°
90°
(3)
(3)
At maximum leftward lens shift
At maximum rightward lens shift
Amount of Lens Shift for Each Replacement Lens
Lens unit
RS-SL01ST
RS-SL02LZ
RS-SL04UL
RS-SL05WZ
Lens shift mode: Normal
Lens shift mode: Expanded*
Up (1)
: +55%
Down (2)
: -15%
Left/right (3) : ±10%
RS-SL03WF
Up (1)
: +11.3%
Down (2)
: -11.3%
Left/right (3) : ±4.6%
RS-SL06UW
Up (1)
: +75%
Down (2)
: -15%
Left/right (3) : ±30%
Up (1)
: +90%
Down (2)
: -90%
Left/right (3) : ±30%
* Image quality may decrease in [Expanded] lens shift mode, depending on the
extent of lens shift.
Before using this feature, connect the projector to a computer or AV equipment (P78) and
plug the projector in (P82).
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Installation Procedure
Area Outside the Lens Shift Range (in [Normal] Lens Shift Mode*)
• Zoom Lenses: RS-SL01ST/RS-SL02LZ/RS-SL04UL/RS-SL05WZ
When the shift exceeds 44% in the upward direction, the amount of available shift
in the left/right directions decreases. When the lens is shifted upward to the
maximum of 55% (1), the lens cannot be shifted left or right.
Area where shift is not
possible
(1)
Shift range
(2)
(3)
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Projected image
(3)
(3)
(3)
Area where shift is not
possible
(1)
Projected image
Shift range
(2)
• Ultra-wide Zoom Lens: RS-SL06UW
The more you shift the lens up or down, the less you can shift it left or right. When
the lens is shifted upward to the maximum of 75%, the lens cannot be shifted left or
right.
Area where shift is not
possible
(1)
Projected
image
Shift range
(2)
(3)
(3)
In [Expanded] lens shift mode, the lens can be shifted to each corner position, however
image quality may decrease.
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Installation Procedure
• Short Fixed Lens: RS-SL03WF
The more you shift the lens up or down, the less you can shift it left or right. When
the lens is shifted upward or downward to the maximum of 11.3%, the lens cannot
be shifted left or right.
Installation Procedure
Resetting the Position
During screen position adjustment, press
and hold the LENS-SHIFT button on the
remote control or the LENS button on the
projector to display the [Lens shift reset]
window. The selections for the lens
currently used are displayed. Use the
pointer buttons to select one of them, then
press the OK button.
Lens unit type
Available items
RS-SL01ST
RS-SL02LZ
RS-SL04UL
50%: Up 50%, left/right 0%
0%: Up/down/left/right 0%
RS-SL05WZ
RS-SL03WF
RS-SL06UW
0%: Up/down/left/right 0%
• After resetting, the lens may be slightly misaligned from your selected position.
• For precise positioning, use the lens shift function to fine-tune the position.
Adjusting Peripheral Focus
This feature enables focus adjustment around the edges of the screen.
• Use marginal focus adjustment for curved screens, such as domes.
• Use marginal focus adjustment to bring images on flat screens into focus if image
edges remain warped after you adjust the overall focus.
• The marginal focus feature is not available depending on the type of lens installed.
• [Marginal focus] must be set to [On] in advance (P155).
■ Bringing Image Edges into Focus
To adjust peripheral focus, press the FOCUS button on the remote control or the
LENS button on the projector.
1
Press the FOCUS button on the remote control twice to display the
marginal focus adjustment window.
Remote control
Press twice.
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Installation Procedure
Pressing the LENS button on the projector repeatedly switches between
windows for lens-related parameters.
Press the LENS button twice to display the marginal focus adjustment window.
Projector
When [Marginal focus]
is set to [On].
2
Press the pointer buttons to adjust the focus at image edges.
Remote control
Projector
Press the [ ] / [ ] / [ ] / [ ] buttons to adjust peripheral focus.
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Installation Procedure
When [Marginal
focus] is set to [Off].
Installation Guide
Press twice.
Installation Procedure
The focus at the center of the screen may become blurred when the indicator is
moved to nearly to the top or bottom edge in the [Marginal focus adjust.]
window. If this happens, perform steps (1) to (3) below repeatedly to adjust the
focus of the entire screen.
(1) Use [Focus adjustment] (P48) to adjust the focus at the center of the
screen.
(2) Use [Marginal focus adjust.] to adjust the focus at the edges of the
screen.
(3) Check the focus at the center of the screen.
When using the lens shift adjustment function, the optical axis may be shifted further from
the center of the screen than when the function is not used. This can be adjusted by
performing steps (1) to (3) repeatedly.
3
Once image edges are in focus, press the OK or FOCUS button.
■ Resetting Adjustment
Clears the values set in marginal focus adjustment and returns the lens marginal
focus to the standard position.
In the [Install settings] menu, select [Professional settings] > [Marginal focus] >
[Reset] to reset the adjustment.
After the above window disappears, the values set in [Marginal focus] are cleared
and the lens marginal focus is returned to the standard position. A reset can be
applied regardless of whether [Marginal focus] is set to [On] or [Off].
Setting [Marginal focus] to [Off] will not reset the setting value for marginal focus. Select
[Off] to preserve the setting value and prevent further adjustment.
Adjustment Using the Adjustable Feet
Adjustment in a range of ±1.8° is possible using
the adjustable feet.
Adjustable feet
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Installation Procedure
■ High Installation, Ceiling Mounting, and Rear Projection
Projector features enable projection from a shelf or other high surface. You can also
mount the projector on the ceiling (ceiling mounting) with it turned upside down or
place it behind the screen (rear projection) if you use a translucent screen.
In [Image flip H/V] (P150) in the menu, choose a method of projection that
corresponds to how the projector is installed.
Installation Guide
Ceiling mounting
Rear projection
1
Press the MENU button on the remote control or projector, and then
select [Install settings] > [Image flip H/V].
2
Select the orientation of how the projector is installed.
Option
Function
None
Select for normal projection, without inversion.
Ceiling mounted
Select when the projector is installed upside-down on the ceiling.
The projected image is inverted in both vertical and horizontal
directions.
Rear
Select this to project an image from behind the screen.
The projected image is inverted in the horizontal direction.
Rear, Ceiling mounted
Select this to project an image from behind the screen with the
projector hung from the ceiling.
The projected image is inverted in the vertical direction.
When setting the projector on a high surface for projection, be sure
the surface is flat and stable. Failure to do so poses a risk of the
projector falling and causing accidents or injury.
Ceiling mounting requires an optional ceiling attachment (part no.: RS-CL15) and
ceiling-mount arm (part no.: RS-CL17). Depending on the installation environment,
an extension pipe (part no.: RS-CL08 or RS-CL09) may also be required. Contact
the Canon Customer Support Center for more detailed information.
• Make sure to use the optional ceiling attachment.
• You should never install the ceiling attachment by yourself.
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Installation Procedure
Installation on high surfaces
Connection Procedure
Connecting Other Equipment
Before connecting the projector to other equipment, turn off both the projector
and the other equipment.
■ HDMI Connections
HDMI cable (not included)
Computer
HDMI terminal
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AV
equipment
Connection Procedure
■ DVI-I Connections
DVI-I cable
(not included)
Monitor output
terminal
(DVI terminal)
■ DisplayPort Connections
DisplayPort cable
(not included)
Computer
DisplayPort port
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AV
equipment
Connection Procedure
Computer
Monitor output
terminal
(Mini D-sub 15-pin)
Installation Guide
DVI-D-sub 15
conversion cable
Connection Procedure
■ Analog PC-2 / COMPONENT Connections
RCA plug
component
conversion
cable (not
included)
RCA plug
component
conversion
cable (not
included)
RCA plug
(not included)
BNC cable (not
included) or Mini
D-sub 15-pin BNC terminal
converter cable
D terminal plug (not included)
(not included)
AV
equipment
RCA
component
terminal
D terminal
Computer
Monitor output terminal
(Mini D-sub 15-pin)
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Computer cable
(not included)
Connection Procedure
■ LAN / HDBaseT Connections
HDBaseT
transmitter
Installation Guide
LAN cable
(CAT5e or better; shielded;
not included)
HDMI cable
(not included)
AV
equipment
HDMI terminal
■ Audio Input/Output Connections
Audio cable
(not included)
Audio cable
(not included)
Computer
RCA terminal Mini jack
Audio output
terminal
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AV
equipment
Amplified
speakers
Connection Procedure
Computer
Connection Procedure
■ Plugging the Projector In
Connect the power cord to the projector and plug it in.
Insert the power plug and connector securely up to the base.
• Unplug the power cord if the projector will not be used for a long period of time.
• [Date and time settings] may be reset if the power cord is left unplugged for a long
period of time (P175).
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Connection Procedure
Connecting to a Network
■ Network Connection Overview
Connecting the projector to a network enables you to control the projector from a
computer and receive notification of projector errors via email.
Depending on the method of network connection, preparation on the computer side
may be necessary.
■ Connection Methods
Wired Networks
Use a LAN cable to connect the projector and computer to the network. Connect
the LAN cable to the projector’s LAN / HDBaseT port to enable communication.
LAN cable (shielded; not included)
LAN cable (CAT5e
or better; shielded;
not included)
HDBaseT
transmitter
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LAN / HDBaseT
port
LAN cable (CAT5e LAN / HDBaseT
port
or better; shielded;
not included)
Connection Procedure
Hub or router, etc.
Installation Guide
The projector can be connected to a wired network with a LAN cable or to a
wireless network via Wi-Fi.
Connection Procedure
Wireless Networks
• Projector Access Point (PJ AP) Mode
The projector can be used as an access point for direct communication with
wireless LAN-compatible computers.
Up to five computers can be connected at once.
Projector (in PJ AP mode)
Wireless LAN-compatible
computers
The following network features are available in PJ AP mode.
• Web features
• NMPJ features (networked screen projection)
• User commands
• SNMP features
Other network features (PJLink, Mail, AMX Device Discovery and Crestron RoomView) are not
available.
• Infrastructure Mode
The projector can also be used as a wireless LAN client for connections to a
wireless LAN access point.
In this case, the projector is connected to computers via the wireless LAN access
point.
Wireless
LAN-compatible
computers
Projector
(in infrastructure mode)
Access point
Computers
connected to the
network via LAN
cable
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Connection Procedure
Network connection
• The following network features are available in infrastructure mode.
- Web features
- Mail features
- NMPJ features (networked screen projection)
- User commands
- SNMP features
Other network features (PJLink, AMX Device Discovery and Crestron
RoomView) are not available.
• The following restrictions apply in infrastructure mode.
- Access point SSIDs not in ASCII code (single-byte letters, numbers, or
symbols) may cause character corruption in search result display.
- Connectivity cannot be assured if access point SSIDs include characters not in
ASCII code (single-byte letters, numbers, or symbols).
When multiple access points have the same SSID, only search results for the
access point with the strongest signal are shown.
Installation Guide
• Remember to set your preferred network (wired or wireless) to [On] if [Network
(wired/wireless)] on the projector is set to [Off/Off] and the network connection is
disabled (P184). For wireless networks, choose the type of connection.
Connection Procedure
• The LAN / HDBaseT port provides a maximum transfer rate of 100 Mbps.
• Referring to “Checking Projector Information” (P197), confirm that the projector’s
IP address is not the same as that of other computers on the network. To set a
projector IP address, follow the instructions in “Basic Wired Network Settings
[Wired]” (P204) or “Basic Wireless Network Settings [Wireless]” (P206) and use
the web screen, or use the projector’s “Detailed settings (wired)” (P185) or
“Detailed settings (wireless)” (P189).
• In a network environment where a DHCP server is operating, select [On] in
[DHCP] on the projector to enable the DHCP function and connect it (P185,
P191).
•
•
•
•
Wired LAN features and infrastructure mode cannot be used at the same time.
PJ AP and infrastructure modes cannot be used at the same time.
Wired LAN and PJ AP mode cannot be used in the same subnetwork.
When you connect the computer to the network for the first time, it is also necessary to
perform settings on the computer. In this case, consult the network administrator
regarding the necessary settings.
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Connection Procedure
■ Configuring the Computer’s Network Settings
Instructions for setting a computer’s IP address (for wired connections or wireless
connections) are as follows for each operating system.
Windows 10
1
2
Click the Start button (Windows logo) in the lower left of the screen.
3
Click [View network status and tasks].
• In icon view:
From [Windows system tools] on the Start menu that is displayed, click
[Control Panel].
• On some versions of Windows 10, you must first click [All Apps] in order to
display [Windows system tools].
Click [Network and Sharing Center].
4
5
Click [Change adapter settings].
6
In the [This connection uses the following items] list, select [Internet
Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)] and click the [Properties] button. Make a
note of the original network settings (IP address, subnet mask, default
gateway, etc).
7
Select [Use the following IP address] and set the IP address and subnet
mask.
The projector’s own default IP address is “192.168.254.254” for wired
connections and “192.168.253.254” for wireless connections. Specify a
different IP address.
8
When the settings are completed, click the [OK] button, and then click the
[Close] button in the [Ethernet Properties] window to close it.
For a wired connection, right-click [Ethernet], or for a wireless
connection, right-click [Wi-Fi]. Next, click [Properties].
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Connection Procedure
Windows 8.1
1
2
Click the down arrow in the lower left of the start screen.
Click [Control Panel].
• From the desktop screen:
Press Win+X.
In the shortcut menu displayed in the lower left, click [Control Panel].
3
Click [View network status and tasks].
• In icon view:
Click [Network and Sharing Center].
6
Select [Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)] and click the [Properties]
button. Make a note of the original network settings (IP address, subnet
mask, default gateway, etc).
7
Select [Use the following IP address] and set the IP address and subnet
mask.
The projector’s own default IP address is “192.168.254.254” for wired
connections and “192.168.253.254” for wireless connections. Specify a
different IP address.
8
When the settings are completed, click the [OK] button, and then click the
[Close] button in the [Local Area Connection Properties] window to close
it.
For a wired connection, right-click [Ethernet], or for a wireless
connection, right-click [Wi-Fi]. Next, click [Properties].
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Connection Procedure
Click [Change adapter settings].
Installation Guide
4
5
Connection Procedure
Windows 7
1
2
From the PC [Start] menu, select [Control Panel].
3
From the menu on the left side of the window, click [Change adapter
settings].
4
For a wired connection, right-click [Local Area Connection], or for a
wireless connection, right-click [Wireless Network Connection]. Next,
click [Properties].
5
Select [Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)] and click the [Properties]
button. Make a note of the original network settings (IP address, subnet
mask, default gateway, etc).
6
Select [Use the following IP address] and set the IP address and subnet
mask.
The projector’s own default IP address is “192.168.254.254” for wired
connections and “192.168.253.254” for wireless connections. Specify a
different IP address.
7
When the settings are completed, click the [OK] button, and then click the
[Close] button in the [Local Area Connection Properties] window to close
it.
Click [Network and Internet], and then click [View network status and
tasks].
Mac OS X
1
2
Open the Apple Menu and select [System Preferences].
3
For a wired connection, select [Built-in Ethernet], or for a wireless
connection, select [Wi-Fi]. Next, select [Detail].
4
Click the [TCP/IP] tab. Make a note of the original network settings (IP
address, subnet mask, router, DNS server, and so on).
5
Create a new network environment and set the IP address and subnet
mask.
The projector’s own default IP address is “192.168.254.254” for wired
connections and “192.168.253.254” for wireless connections. Specify a
different IP address.
6
Click [OK], then select [Apply] to close the network preference window.
In the System Preferences window, click [Network] to display the Network
window.
Resetting the IP Address Setting of the Computer
Follow the same procedure as for changing the IP address and reset the values to
the original values based on the notes taken before the change.
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Connection Procedure
■ Setting Up the Network
Displaying the Network Configuration Screen
1
Turn on the computer and projector.
Network functions are not available until about 40 seconds after the projector is plugged
in.
2
Projector control
Displays the projector control screen.
Settings
Shows the settings screen.
Projector name
The name of the projector on the network
Comment
Relevant notes, such as where the projector is installed
MAC address (Wired)
MAC address of the wired LAN
IP address (Wired)
IP address of the wired LAN (IPv4)
MAC address (Wireless)
MAC address of the wireless LAN
IP address (Wireless)
IP address of the wireless LAN (IPv4)
PowerStatus
The power status of the projector
Filter time
Air filter operating time
Alert
Error message (if an error has occurred)
Temperature abnormality
Light source abnormality
Faulty air filter unit
Faulty cooling fan
Faulty power supply
Faulty lens
The factory default IP address is “192.168.254.254” for wired connections (IPv4) and
“192.168.253.254” for wireless connections (IPv4). If DHCP settings are used, ask the
network administrator for the projector IP address. It is possible to check the IP address
from the projector menu (P185).
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Connection Procedure
The following information is displayed.
Installation Guide
Launch a web browser, enter “http://(projector IP address)” in the
address bar, and press the Enter key.
The projector web screen appears.
Connection Procedure
3
Click [Settings] on the web screen.
The password input window appears.
4
Enter the user name and password on the password input window, then
click [OK].
The factory default user name is “root” and the password is “system”.
The settings screen is displayed. Complete the network settings on this screen.
For details on the projector’s web screen, see “Projector Web Screen Menu”
(P198).
To control the projector from the computer, click [Projector control] (P97).
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Connection Procedure
Network Setting
Select a function to set up from the settings screen menu.
2
Enter setting details in the fields shown (1), and then click [OK] (2).
Installation Guide
1
(2)
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Connection Procedure
(1)
Connection Procedure
3
A confirmation window appears. Check the contents and if they are
correct, click [Apply].
The settings are applied to the projector.
Selecting [Wired], [Wireless] or [Password] in the menu will cause this
message to be displayed: “Save completed. Please change setting and
reconnect.”
If you select functions other than above, “Save completed” is displayed. Click
[Back to top] to return to the top page of the web screen.
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Connection Procedure
Setting Errors
When a setting-related error occurs, the error name is displayed on the screen, and
a “ ” mark is displayed next to the input field which caused the error.
Installation Guide
Error
Meaning
Input error
A setting outside the valid range was set on the
settings screen.
Password setting error
The set password and confirmation password did
not match.
Invalid SMTP
The SMTP server IP address has not been set.
System failed to connect SMTP server.
Failed to connect to the SMTP server attempting
to send a test mail.
System failed to connect POP3 server.
Failed to connect to the POP3 server attempting
to send a test mail.
System doesn’t support this auth type.
An authentication type was set which is not
supported by the server.
System failed to authenticate.
Authentication failed attempting to send a test
mail.
The system failed to send the test mail.
Sending of test mail failed due to a connection
failure with the SMTP server or an error which
does not ordinarily occur.
Wired network is down
Wired networking is disabled.
At the time of Monday, it is already set.*
Failed to set the schedule, because operation is
already scheduled for the specified time and day.
Cannot make network settings because
IPsec setting is ON.
It is not possible to make network settings
because IPsec is set to [ON].
Cannot make IPsec settings because
DHCP setting is ON.
It is not possible to make IPsec settings because
DHCP is set to [ON].
* Messages vary depending on the day.
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Connection Procedure
The error meanings are as shown below.
Connection Procedure
Resetting Network Settings to the Default Settings
1
Perform steps 1 – 3 on “Setting Up the Network” (P89) to display the
settings screen.
2
Click [Initialize network settings].
3
A confirmation window appears. Click [OK].
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Connection Procedure
■ Error Notification Mails
The messages shown in the following error list are sent when an error occurs in the
projector.
Error list
Errors related
to the light
source
Error name
Text
Errors related
to the air filter
Error name
Text
Errors related
to the fan
Error name
Text
Temperature abnormality
The temperature inside the projector is too high
for some reason or the outside air temperature is
higher than the operating range. If the problem is
inside the projector, check whether the projector
is installed and operating normally, unplug the
projector from the power outlet to cool down the
projector interior and then restart projection. If
the air intake or exhaust vent is blocked, remove
the obstacle. If the air filter is clogged, replace it.
If the same warning occurs again, there may be a
malfunction in the projector. Contact the Canon
Customer Support Center.
Light source abnormality
The light source does not illuminate. Restart the
projector and check projection. If the light source
does not illuminate after this, the light source
drive circuit may be damaged. Contact the
Canon Customer Support Center.
Faulty air filter unit
The air filter is not installed correctly. Install the
air filter correctly and restart the projector. If the
same warning occurs again, there may be a
malfunction in the projector. Contact the Canon
Customer Support Center.
Faulty cooling fan
There may be a malfunction in the cooling fan or
another component. Unplug the projector from
the power outlet, then plug it back into the outlet
and turn on the projector again. If the same
warning occurs again, there may be a
malfunction in the projector. Contact the Canon
Customer Support Center.
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Connection Procedure
Error name
Text
Installation Guide
Errors related
to temperature
Connection Procedure
Errors related
to the power
Error name
Text
Errors related
to the lens
Error name
Text
Faulty power supply
Abnormal voltage is applied to some parts in the
power supply or another failure may have
occurred. Unplug the projector from the power
outlet, then plug it back into the outlet and turn on
the projector again. If the same warning occurs
again, there may be a malfunction in the
projector. Unplug the projector from the power
outlet. Contact the Canon Customer Support
Center.
Faulty lens
The lens unit is not installed correctly. Unplug the
projector, install the lens unit correctly, and then
plug the projector in again. If the same warning
occurs again, there may be a malfunction in the
projector. Contact the Canon Customer Support
Center.
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Connection Procedure
Controlling the Projector from a Computer
The projector can be controlled from a computer over a wired or wireless network
connection.
1
2
Turn on the computer and projector.
Launch a web browser, enter “http://(projector IP address)” in the
address bar, and press the Enter key.
The projector web screen appears.
Click [Projector control] on the web screen.
The password input window appears.
4
Enter the user name and password on the password input window, then
click [OK].
The factory default user name is “root” and the password is “system”.
The projector control screen appears.
The projector can be controlled from this screen.
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Connection Procedure
3
Installation Guide
The factory default IP address is “192.168.254.254” for wired connections and
“192.168.253.254” for wireless connections. If DHCP settings are used, ask the network
administrator for the projector IP address. It is possible to check the IP address from the
projector menu (P185).
Connection Procedure
Item
5
Explanation
Projector name
The name of the connected projector is displayed (P212).
Comment
Shows notes, such as where the projector is installed (P212).
Refresh
Refreshes the displayed contents with the most recent information.
Power
Turns projector power on or off.
Input
Select an input signal and click [Apply] to change to that input signal
(P47).
Aspect
Select an aspect and click [Apply] to change to that aspect (P102).
Image mode
Select an image mode and click [Apply] to change to that image mode
(P49).
Blank
Switches the blank setting on or off (P52).
Mute
Switches the mute setting on or off (P54).
Auto PC
Click [Apply] to perform Auto PC adjustment (P131).
Split screen
Select the setting for split-screen mode and click [Apply] to switch splitscreen display on or off.
Split screen
control
Select the control rights setting for split-screen mode and click [Apply]
to switch the side currently under control.
Information
The control results and control error information are displayed at the
top of the screen.
When the operations are finished, click [Back to top] to return the initial
web screen.
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Adjusting the Image
Filling the Screen
Select an optimum screen aspect or an optimum projection aspect according to the
aspect ratio of the screen, type of input image signal and so on for the projection to
make best use of the screen size.
Specify the screen aspect and projection aspect, referring to the following table.
When projecting at the original aspect ratio on a 16:10 screen
Original Aspect
Ratio
Screen aspect
setting (P101)
Aspect setting
(P102)
(16:10)
1920 x 1200
1440 x 900
1280 x 800
[16:10]
[Auto]
Installation Guide
(16:9)
1920 x 1080
1280 x 720
Screen image
[16:9]
[Auto]
[16:10]
[4:3]
[Auto]
When projecting at the original aspect ratio on a 16:9 screen
Original Aspect
Ratio
Screen aspect
setting (P101)
Aspect setting
(P102)
(16:10)
1920 x 1200
1440 x 900
1280 x 800
(16:9)
1920 x 1080
1280 x 720
[Auto]
[16:9]
[16:9 D. image shift]
[16:9]
[Auto]
(4:3)
1600 x 1200
1400 x 1050
640 x 480
[4:3]
[Auto]
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Screen image
Adjusting the Image
(4:3)
1600 x 1200
1400 x 1050
640 x 480
Adjusting the Image
When projecting at the original aspect ratio on a 4:3 screen
Original Aspect
Ratio
Screen aspect
setting (P101)
Aspect setting
(P102)
(16:10)
1920 x 1200
1440 x 900
1280 x 800
(16:9)
1920 x 1080
1280 x 720
Screen image
[16:10]
[Auto]
[4:3]
[4:3 D. image shift]
[16:9]
[Auto]
(4:3)
1600 x 1200
1400 x 1050
640 x 480
[4:3]
[Auto]
When projecting to fill a 16:10 screen
Original Aspect
Ratio
Screen aspect
setting (P101)
Aspect setting
(P102)
(16:10)
1920 x 1200
1440 x 900
1280 x 800
(16:9)
1920 x 1080
1280 x 720
Screen image
[16:10]
[Auto]
[16:10]
[16:10]
(4:3)
1600 x 1200
1400 x 1050
640 x 480
[16:10]
When projecting to fill a 16:9 screen
Original Aspect
Ratio
Screen aspect
setting (P101)
Aspect setting
(P102)
(16:10)
1920 x 1200
1440 x 900
1280 x 800
(16:9)
1920 x 1080
1280 x 720
[16:9]
[16:9]
[16:9 D. image shift]
[16:9]
[Auto]
(4:3)
1600 x 1200
1400 x 1050
640 x 480
[16:9]
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Screen image
Adjusting the Image
When projecting to fill a 4:3 screen
Original Aspect
Ratio
Screen aspect
setting
Aspect setting
(P102)
(16:10)
1920 x 1200
1440 x 900
1280 x 800
(16:9)
1920 x 1080
1280 x 720
Screen image
[4:3]
[4:3]
[4:3 D. image shift]
[4:3]
(4:3)
1600 x 1200
1400 x 1050
640 x 480
[4:3]
[Auto]
Select the correct aspect ratio for the screen which is used.
From the menu window, select [Install settings] > [Screen aspect].
Installation Guide
■ Selecting Screen Aspect
Adjusting the Image
Option
Function
16:10*
Select this when you use a screen with an aspect ratio of 16:10.
Also select this screen aspect when projecting on a wall.
16:9*
Select this when you use a screen with an aspect ratio of 16:9.
4:3*
Select this when you use a screen with an aspect ratio of 4:3.
16:9 D. image shift
Select this when you use a screen with an aspect ratio of 16:9.
Although keystone correction is not available in this mode, the
image can be shifted up or down when projecting straight ahead.
4:3 D. image shift
Select this when you use a screen with an aspect ratio of 4:3.
Although keystone correction is not available in this mode, the
image can be shifted left or right when projecting straight ahead.
* Keystone distortion can be corrected in this mode.
• Changing the screen aspect will reset any keystone or digital image shift setting.
• [Auto] may be automatically selected in [Aspect] depending on the screen aspect
setting.
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Adjusting the Image
■ Selecting an Aspect Ratio
Select an aspect ratio type based on the input signal type, aspect ratio of the screen
and resolution.
Press the ASPECT button on the remote control to change the aspect ratio type.*
Option
Function
Auto
An image is projected at the aspect ratio of the input signal. Select
this mode for normal image projection.
16:10*
The image is projected using an input signal aspect ratio of 16:10.
Select this if an image of 16:10 aspect ratio cannot be correctly
projected in [Auto] mode.
16:9
The image is projected using an input signal aspect ratio of 16:9.
Select this if an image of 16:9 aspect ratio cannot be correctly
projected in [Auto] mode.
4:3
The image is projected using an input signal aspect ratio of 4:3.
Select this if an image of 4:3 aspect ratio cannot be correctly
projected in [Auto] mode.
Zoom*
This cuts the upper/lower or left/right part of the screen according
to the screen aspect and zooms in the center of the image. Select
this if a letter box is displayed (black lines at the top/bottom of the
screen) when watching video.
True size*
The image is projected with the original resolution of the input
signal. Screens of computers with a lower display resolution than
the projector are displayed smaller but clearer than in other aspect
ratios.
* There may be some cases when this cannot be selected, depending on the input
signal and/or resolution. Menus that are not available are grayed out or hidden.
• For LAN and USB input, [Auto] is selected automatically.
• Different contents are displayed for different screen aspects or input signal types.
• The aspect ratio type can also be switched from the menu accessed from [Input
settings] > [Aspect] (P131).
• A screen aspect setting of [16:10] cannot be selected for component signals.
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Adjusting the Image
■ Relationship between Aspect and Screen Aspect
• If a computer image with an aspect ratio of 16:9 is not projected correctly when the
setting is [Auto], select [16:9] as the screen aspect.
• For a 16:9 image with black borders at the top and bottom, such as a terrestrial
broadcast movie, you can project the 16:9 image area so that it is projected on the
entire screen by selecting [Zoom] in [Aspect].
There may be some cases that [Zoom] cannot be selected depending on the input
signal and/or resolution.
• For keystone correction, select an option other than [4:3 D. image shift] or [16:9 D.
image shift] for Screen aspect.
Adjusting Keystone Distortion
Two types of correction are available: horizontal/vertical correction and corner
correction.
Use horizontal/vertical keystone correction to adjust image width or height
distortion separately, and use corner correction to adjust the position of each corner
of the image.
Keystone correction is also possible by pressing the KEYSTONE button on the
remote control or projector.
Installation Guide
■ Horizontal/Vertical Keystone Correction
Adjusting the Image
1
Select [Install settings] > [Keystone] > [Horizontal-vertical keystone].
2
Press the KEYSTONE button on the remote control or projector to display
the [Horizontal-vertical keystone adjustment] window.
Remote control
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Adjusting the Image
3
Press the pointer buttons to adjust the dimensions, and then press the
OK button.
To correct bottom distortion,
press the [ ] button.
To correct top distortion,
press the [ ] button.
Screen
To correct distortion on the left,
press the [ ] button.
To correct distortion on the right,
press the [ ] button.
• [Zoom] (P151) in the [Install settings] menu is not available during horizontal/vertical
keystone correction.
• The available horizontal-vertical keystone range may vary depending on the lens, zoom
position, and shift position.
■ Corner Adjustment
1
Select [Install settings] > [Keystone] > [Corner adjustment].
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Adjusting the Image
2
Press the KEYSTONE button on the remote control or projector to display
the [Corner adjustment] window.
Remote control
3
Remote control
Press the pointer buttons to adjust the corner, and then press the OK
button.
Remote control
Corner adjustment settings will be cleared if you subsequently use [Zoom] (P151) in the
[Install settings] menu.
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Adjusting the Image
4
Installation Guide
Press the pointer button of the corner for correction, and then press the
OK button.
Adjusting the Image
Resetting the Keystone Adjustment
First, press the KEYSTONE button on the
remote control or projector twice to display
the [Keystone reset] window.
Next, select [OK] with the [ ] button, and
then press the OK button.
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Adjusting the Image
Adjustment Using a Test Pattern
Resolution and colors can be adjusted during installation by using test patterns.
To access the test pattern menu, select [Test pattern] > [On] (P160) in the [Install
settings] menu or press the TEST PATTERN button on the remote control.
While the test pattern is displayed, you can use the [ ] / [ ] buttons to switch
patterns. Also, if there is an option pattern available, you can use the [ ] / [ ]
buttons to switch pattern. A dialog box is shown during test pattern display that
identifies the current test pattern and provides operating instructions.
Watch the test pattern projected as you adjust the image.
The following test patterns can be displayed.
Use [ ] / [ ] to
switch patterns
Color bars
(2)
Stairstep H
(3)
Stairstep V
Raster 100%
(White / red / green / blue)
(5)
Raster 50%
(White / red / green / blue)
(6)
Color steps
(7)
Checker
(8)
Multi
(9)
Character
(10)
Focus
(11)
Border
Cross Hatch
(12)
(13)
DICOM
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Adjusting the Image
(4)
Installation Guide
(1)
Use [ ] / [ ] to switch
option patterns
Special Arrangements
Projecting from Multiple Projectors at Once
(Edge Blending)
Overlapping edges of images from
multiple projectors used together can be
blended to make the overall image more
seamless. This feature is called edge
blending.
Follow these steps for basic edge
blending with two projectors side by
side.
Keep in mind when projecting from
multiple projectors that each unit may
have a different color balance. Thus,
even with the same model, differences
in color may be noticeable.
1
Select [Install settings] > [Professional settings] > [Edge blending] >
[Adjust].
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Special Arrangements
3
In [Side], select [Start position] and use the [ ] / [ ] buttons to move the
start marker to the outer edge of the overlapping area.
Do this for each edge; on the top, bottom, left, and right.
4
Select [Width] and use the [ ] / [ ] buttons to move the end marker to the
inner edge of the overlapping area.
Do this for each edge; on the top, bottom, left, and right.
Blending area
Start marker
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End marker
Special Arrangements
Set [Marker] to [On].
Marker lines are projected on the images. The red marker indicates the start
position for adjustment, and the green marker, the end position.
Initially, only the red marker is visible when you prepare for edge blending,
because it is projected over the green marker.
Installation Guide
2
Special Arrangements
The area between the starting and ending markers is called the blending area.
Shading is applied to this area, and the brightness is adjusted to match
portions that overlap with other areas. After you complete settings for one
image, do the same thing for the other one to specify the blending area. Adjust
the settings to make the blending area for each image the same.
5
Set [Marker] to [Off].
■ Adjusting the Overlapping Area
Adjust the overlapping area to create a smoother transition between projected
images.
Matching Colors in the Overlapping Area
In overlapping projection, portions of
images in the overlapping area that pick
up other colors or are miscolored may
be more noticeable. You can make this
overlapping area appear less distracting
by performing [Color blending
adjustment].
Edge-blending area
1
Select [Install settings] > [Professional settings] > [Edge blending] >
[Adjust] > [Color blending adjustment] > [Adjust].
2
First adjust red, green, and blue together by changing the [White] value,
and then adjust [Red], [Green], and [Blue] values individually.
3
Repeat this adjustment on all projectors.
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Special Arrangements
Matching Black in the Overlapping Area
In overlapping projection, dark
Left image
Right image
colors are projected with less
intensity than other colors in the
Area where dark
overlapping area. You can make
colors look lighter
this overlapping area less
Position of end
distracting by adjusting the black
marker (hidden)
level of non-overlapping image
areas.
Here, the non-overlapping image
area (from the end marker toward
D-area
Blending area
the center of the image) is called
area “D.”
Normally, three areas are identified in the context of end markers: A, B, and C.
In the following instructions, only area D is adjusted, and the widths of A, B, and C
are left at the default value of 0.
Select [Install settings] > [Professional settings] > [Edge blending] >
[Adjust] > [Black level adjustment] > [Adjust].
2
3
Select [Adjustment type] > [Black level].
4
Repeat this adjustment on all projectors.
After selecting [D-area base], as you watch the image, adjust the values
so that the brightness and colors of the blending area and area D match.
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Special Arrangements
1
Installation Guide
To prepare for adjustment, select [System settings] > [User screen settings] > [No signal
screen] > [Black], start projection with no input signal, and turn off the room lights, so that
you can check dark image areas.
Special Arrangements
■ Making Overlapping Edges Less Noticeable
The black level along the right edge of area Left image
Position of end
marker (hidden)
D (along the blending area) may be more
noticeable than that of surrounding areas.
By adjusting the black level of area B, you
can make the transition smoother.
To compensate, adjust each area as
CBA
follows.
D-area
Blending area
When the projected image has multiple
blending areas (on the top, bottom, and
Areas C - A (default: 0)
each side), the width of areas A, B, and C
Area A: Black level cannot be adjusted.
must be adjusted to suit these blending
Area B: Adjust to a black level different
areas.
from that of area D.
In this example, instructions are given for
Area C: Adjust to provide a smooth
transition relative to the black
adjusting area B.
levels of areas B and D.
1
Select [Install settings] > [Professional settings] > [Edge blending] >
[Adjust] > [Black level adjustment] > [Adjust].
2
3
Select [Adjustment type] > [Area] > [Side] > [Right].
4
Select [Adjustment type] > [Black level]. Adjust [B-area base] as you
watch the image.
5
6
As you watch the image, adjust the width of areas A, B, and C.
Select [B-width], and then adjust the width of area B to roughly match the
area where the black level is noticeable.
Readjust the black level of area B, as needed.
• Results of adjusting the black level of area B are applied to all sides.
• If you perform adjustments using [Color blending adjustment] or other menus, that may
not eliminate the distracting colors and differences in brightness in areas where the
images overlap.
• Blending can be fine-tuned by adjusting [Adjustment type] > [Black level] > [Red],
[Green], and [Blue].
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Special Arrangements
■ Corner Adjustment
Projected images from multiple projectors used in overlapping projection must be
precisely repositioned. Positions of each corner in the blending area can be aligned
with the blending area of the reference projector.
On the reference projector, configure keystone (P152) and edge-blending
(P155) settings, and then set the edge-blending markers to [On] (P108).
2
Select [Install settings] > [Professional settings] > [Edge blending] >
[Adjust] > [Corner adjustment].
3
Select a point to adjust, and move it so that the image as a whole looks
symmetrical.
4
As you watch the projected images, fine-tune markers of the projector
you are adjusting so that they overlap the reference projector markers as
much as possible.
Installation Guide
1
Image from the projector adjusted
Adjust positions of each of the four corners in the overlapping area.
Correcting the position of one point will also move the point on the opposite
side of the overlapping area, so that the screen as a whole is corrected.
5
Set the reference projector’s edge-blending markers to [Off] (P108).
• First, complete [Side] adjustment (P108).
• Sides set to an edge-blending width of 12 or more can be adjusted when [Keystone] is
set to [Corner adjustment] and the aspect ratio is [16:10].
• To reset adjustment, use [Keystone] (P152).
• A small edge-blending width may limit the amount of adjustment available.
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Special Arrangements
Image from reference
projector
Special Arrangements
Using PC-Free Multi Projection
A JPEG image on a USB flash drive can be divided among up to nine projectors
and combined into a single, large image.
When projectors are connected via a wired LAN, the projector that produces the
image in the upper left is called the Primary projector and the other eight,
Secondary projectors. The image as a whole is controlled by the Primary projector.
USB flash drive
Primary
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
PC-free multi projection is not available over a wireless LAN.
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Special Arrangements
This feature is available with the following number of projectors and layout patterns.
The projector you assign as the Primary projector, identified in the layout pattern as
[1], always projects the upper-left image.
No. of
Projectors
Layout Pattern (Columns x Rows)
[1 x 2]
2
1
5
1
2
2
[1 x 3]
3
4
[2 x 1]
1
2
3
[1 x 4]
1
2
[2 x 2]
3
4
9
4
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
[2 x 3]
5
6
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
[3 x 2]
1
2
3
4
5
6
[1 x 7]
1
2
3
4
7
[1 x 8]
1
2
3
4
5
[2 x 4]
6
7
8
[1 x 9]
1
2
3
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5
[3 x 3]
6
7
8
9
1
2
3
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1
2
3
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6
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9
Set up the projectors as follows.
1
On each projector, configure installation and image adjustment settings
such as edge blending (P108) and keystone correction (P103) to blend
overlapping areas.
2
Connect the projectors with LAN cables and set [Network (wired/
wireless)] to [On/Off] or [On/On (Pj AP)] (P184).
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Special Arrangements
8
3
Installation Guide
7
2
[1 x 5]
[1 x 6]
6
1
Special Arrangements
3
Configure some projectors as Secondaries.
Select [Input settings] > [PC-free multi projection] > [Mode setting] >
[Secondary].
Complete this setting on each Secondary projector.
4
Configure one projector as the Primary projector.
(1) Select [Input settings] > [PC-free multi projection] > [Mode setting] >
[Primary].
(2) Configure the following settings in [PC-free multi projection].
• [Layout pattern setting]
Specify the total number of projectors and the layout pattern (P115).
• [Destination projector setting]
Specify Secondary projector IP addresses.
• [Slideshow interval]
Specify the slideshow interval (5 seconds to 10 minutes).
• [Animation effect]
Specify the transition to use for slideshows.
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Special Arrangements
5
On the Primary projector, select [Input settings] > [PC-free multi
projection] > [Destination projector setting] > [Confirm] and check the
number assigned to each projector.
2
4
3
Installation Guide
• If the projector is turned off and then on again during projection, the slideshow
automatically resumes from the first image in the folder last used for projection.
• If the image does not switch to the image for the corresponding number, adjust the IP
address setting.
Special Arrangements
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Menu Guide
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Using Menus
Use the menus to set the operation of the projector in detail.
1
Press the MENU button to display the menu window.
Remote control
2
Projector
Press the [ ] / [ ] buttons to select a tab.
Remote control
Projector
3
Press the [ ] / [ ] buttons to select an item.
Remote control
Projector
Menu Guide
• If the tab position is not highlighted in orange, press the [ ] / [ ] buttons to
move the current selection to the top.
Using Menus
4
Select contents.
How to select the contents varies depending on the item.
Selecting from a list Example: Aspect (P131)
1. Select [Aspect].
2. Press the OK button or [ ] button
to display a list of the contents.
3. Use the [ ] / [ ] buttons to select
the desired contents.
4. When you have found the
contents you desired, press the
OK button or [ ].
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Using Menus
Adjusting with the [ ] / [ ] buttons Example: Contrast (P140)
1. Select [Contrast].
2. Use the [ ] / [ ] buttons to adjust
the setting.
Selecting from a different screen (1) Example: Logo capture (P162)
1. Select [Logo capture].
2. Press the OK button to display a
different screen.
3. Then follow the instruction on the
screen.
Selecting from a different screen (2) Example: Tracking (P132)
1. Select [Input signal settings].
2. Press the OK button to display a
different screen.
3. Use the [ ] / [ ] buttons to select
[Tracking].
4. Use the [ ] / [ ] buttons to select
the value.
5
Pressing the MENU button causes the menu screen to disappear.
The menu screen will also disappear if the EXIT button is pressed.
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Using Menus
The menu screen is divided into 6 tabs as shown below.
[Input settings] tab (P130)
You can set the type of signal or the method of projection of the
images input.
[Image adjustment] tab (P139)
You can adjust the image quality and colors according to
your preference.
[Install settings] tab (P149)
This setting is used when installing the projector.
[System settings] tab (P161)
You can set the operation of the projector.
[Network settings] tab (P182)
These settings are for when using the
projector from a PC via a network.
Menu Guide
[Information] tab (P197)
You can check information about
the signal types of the images
projected and other information.
Using Menus
Contents of menu
Menu items
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Menu Configuration
Input settings (P130)
Menu
Aspect
Auto PC (4)
Input signal select (4)
Option / Submenu
Auto*, 16:10 (1), 16:9 (2), 4:3 (2), Zoom (3), True size (2)
Total dots, Tracking, Horizontal position, Vertical position, Horizontal pixels,
Vertical pixels
Input level (5)
Auto*, Normal, Expanded
Super white (5)
Off, On*
Color space (5)
Auto*, RGB, YCbCr
Progressive (3)
Off, Film/auto*, Video 1, Video 2, 25p/30p(PsF)
Slideshow interval (6) [--:--]
Animation effect (6)
Off*, Cross fade, Fade out/in
Mode setting
Off*, Primary, Secondary
Layout pattern setting
Total number, Layout pattern
PC-free multi
Destination projector setting
IP address, Confirm, Enter
projection
Slideshow interval
[--:--]
Animation effect
Off*, Cross fade, Fade out/in
Off*, On
Split screen
Off*, On
Left screen*, Right
Control rights
screen
Split screen
Settings
Swap right-left Yes, No
Mode 3-7, Mode 5-5,
Layout
Mode 7-3
Input signal details (5) Format information, Color/Range information, DP Link information
EOTF,
Display primaries [0],[1],[2],
White point,
Max display mastering luminance,
HDR information (7)
Min display mastering luminance,
Max content light level,
Max frame-average light level
Input signal settings (4)
*: Factory default, or state after [Factory defaults] is executed.
Displayed for the following input signals.
(1): HDMI, DisplayPort, Digital PC, Analog PC, HDBaseT
(2): HDMI, DisplayPort, Digital PC, Analog PC, Component, HDBaseT
(3): HDMI, DisplayPort, Component, HDBaseT
(4): Analog PC
(5): HDMI, DisplayPort, HDBaseT
(6): USB
(7): HDMI, HDBaseT
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Details
P131
P131
P131
P132
P133
P133
P133
P134
P134
P134
P135
P135
P135
P136
P136
P136
P137
P138
Menu Configuration
Image adjustment (P139)
Menu
Image mode
Create profile / Save
profile
Baseline image mode
Brightness
Contrast
Sharpness
Gamma
HDR range
Color adjustment
Advanced adjustment
Option / Submenu
Standard*, Presentation, Dynamic, Video, Photo/sRGB, DICOM SIM, User
1–5
User 1, User 2, User 3, User 4, User 5
Details
P140
P140
P140
P140
P141
P141
P141
Light source mode
Brightness level (14)
Reset
OK, Cancel
Image priority (in splitPrimary*, Secondary
screen mode)
P141
P142
P143
P143
P143
P144
P144
P144
P145
P145
P145
P146
P147
P147
P148
Menu Guide
Color level, Color balance, Color temperature, R Gain, G Gain, B Gain, R
Offset, G Offset, B Offset
Off*
Ambient light (8)
Adjust
Type, Level
Random noise reduction (9)
Off*, Low, Middle, High
MPEG noise reduction (9)
Off*, Low, Middle, High
Mosquito noise reduction (10)
Off*, Low, Middle, High
Dynamic gamma (*1)
Off*, Low, Middle, High
Dynamic
Off*, Low, Middle,
contrast
High
Contrast detail adjustment
Manual light adjustment (13)
Manual signal adjustment (13)
Colorimetry (11)
Auto*, BT.709, BT.2020
HDR (11)
Auto*, Off, On
Off*, Weak, Middle,
Flesh
Strong
Off*, Weak, Middle,
Mem. color correct (*1)
Sky
Strong
Off*, Weak, Middle,
Green
Strong
6-axis color adjust
Off*, Adjust
Fine-Tune Gamma (12)
Off*, Adjust
Normal*, Quiet 1, Quiet 2, Adjust
P148
Under the following setting, differs from factory defaults.
(*1): [Weak] when image mode is [Dynamic]
Displayed under the following conditions.
(8): When image mode is [Photo/sRGB]
(9): When the input signal is not LAN or USB
(10): When the input signal is LAN or USB
(11): When image mode is [Video]
(12): When image mode is not [DICOM SIM]
(13): When dynamic contrast is [Off]
(14): When the operating mode is not set to [Normal]
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Menu Configuration
*: Factory default, or state after [Factory defaults] is executed.
Menu Configuration
Install settings (P149)
Menu
Positional lock
Image flip H/V
Screen aspect
Zoom
Keystone
Option / Submenu
Off*, On
None*, Ceiling mounted, Rear, Rear, Ceiling mounted
16:10*, 16:9, 4:3, 16:9 D. image shift, 4:3 D. image shift
Horizontal-vertical keystone*, Corner adjustment
Reset
OK, Cancel
P152
Digital image shift
P152
Micro-digital
Off*, Adjust
image shift
Registration
Off*, Adjust
Off*, On
Normal*, Fixed brightness, Long
duration 1, Long duration 2
Normal*, Expanded
Off*
On
OK
Reset
Off*
Left, Right, Top,
Bottom, Color
blending adjustment,
Black level
Adjust
adjustment, Marker,
Reset, Corner
adjustment
RGB alignment
High altitude
Operating mode
Lens shift mode
Professional settings
Details
P150
P150
P151
P151
Marginal focus
Edge blending
P153
P154
P154
P154
P155
P155
Load position 1 – 3
Save position 1 – 3
Lens - Position
Preset
positions
OK
Lens shift reset
Screen color
Normal*
Greenboard
R Gain, G Gain, B Gain, R Offset, G
Offset, B Offset
Adjust
Iris
Test pattern
XX% (15), 0%
Open*, Adjust
Off*
On
P158
P159
P159
P160
*: Factory default, or state after [Factory defaults] is executed.
(15): XX% indicates the preset position of the installed lens.
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Menu Configuration
System settings (P161)
Menu
P162
P162
P162
P163
P163
P163
P164
P165
P165
P165
P165
P166
P166
P166
P167
P167
P167
P168
P168
P168
P169
P169
P170
P170
Menu Configuration
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Details
P162
Menu Guide
Option / Submenu
OK, Cancel
Upper L, Upper R, Center*, Lower L,
Logo position
Lower R
User screen settings
No signal screen
Black, Blue*, User logo
Black, Blue, Light source off*, User
Screen when blank
logo
Projector on
Skip, Canon logo*, User logo
Upper L, Upper R, Center*, Lower L,
Menu position
Lower R
Menu display time
Normal*, Extended
Auto, Off*, 90 degrees
Menu rotation
counterclockwise, 90 degrees
clockwise
On screen
Guide
Off, On*
Show input status
Off, On*
NMPJ standby guide display
Off, On*
Split screen ID display
Off, On*
Air filter warning display
Off, On*
Overheat warning display
Off*, On
Beep
Off, On*
Key repeat
Off, On*
Key lock
Off*, Main unit, Remote (wireless)
IR receiver settings
All*, Front, Rear
Remote control channel
Ch1, Ch2, Ch3, Ch4, Independent*
Disable, HDMI*,
DisplayPort, Digital
PC, Analog PC-1,
INPUT A
Analog PC-2,
Component,
HDBaseT, LAN, USB
Remote control/Side
Disable, HDMI,
control
DisplayPort*, Digital
PC, Analog PC-1,
INPUT B
[INPUT A-C] button settings
Analog PC-2,
Component,
HDBaseT, LAN, USB
Disable, HDMI,
DisplayPort, Digital
PC, Analog PC-1,
INPUT C
Analog PC-2*,
Component,
HDBaseT, LAN, USB
[Fn] button settings
Disable*, Split screen
HDMI
Off, Audio in, HDMI*
DisplayPort
Off, Audio in, DisplayPort*
Digital PC
Off, Audio in*
Analog PC-1
Off, Audio in*
Off, Audio in*
Audio in terminal select Analog PC-2
Component
Off, Audio in*
HDBaseT
Off, Audio in, HDBaseT*
LAN
Off, Audio in, LAN*
USB
Off, Audio in*
HDBaseT signal quality
Off*, On
Extron XTP
Service port*, HDBaseT
Baud rate, Data bits, Parity
Serial communication
Detail
Stop bit
1*, 2
Logo capture
Menu Configuration
Menu
Option / Submenu
Normal, Low-power*
Off*, On
Disabled, Light source off, Standby*
Power supply settings
5 min., 10 min., 15 min.*, 20 min., 30
Power management duration
min., 60 min.
Direct power on
Off*, On
Motion blur reduction Off*, Weak, Strong
English*, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Português, Svenska,
Русский, Nederlands, Suomi, Norsk, Türkçe, Polski, Magyar, Čeština,
Language
Dansk, ‫إنجليزي‬, 中文简体 , 中文繁體 , 한국어 , 日本語
Password settings
Off*, On
Register password
Date and time
Year/month/date,
Date display
Month/date/year,
format
Date/month/year
Daylight
Date and time settings
Off*, On, Edit
saving time
Region, Time zone
Off, On (IPv4), On
SNTP
(IPv6)
Other settings
Default
Off*, On, Edit
Schedule
Special period
Off*, On, Edit
1–5
Gamma
Off*, Adjust
restore
Calibration
Light source
OK, Cancel
calibration
Air filter counter
Reset
Yes, No
Power counter
Firmware
Yes, No
Factory defaults
OK, Cancel
Standby power setting
Quick startup
Power management mode
*: Factory default, or state after [Factory defaults] is executed.
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Details
P171
P171
P171
P172
P172
P172
P173
P174
P175
P175
P176
P179
P180
P180
P180
P181
Menu Configuration
Network settings (P182)
Menu
Network settings lock
Network password
setting
Register network
password
Network (wired/
wireless)
Unlock
Lock*
Option / Submenu
Password input
Details
P183
Off, On*
P183
Password input
P183
Off/Off*, On/Off, On/On (Pj AP), Off/On (Pj AP), Off/On (Infra)
P184
MAC address
P186
P188
P189
P191
P194
P195
P195
Menu Configuration
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P185
Menu Guide
IP address, Subnet mask, Gateway
address
DHCP
Off*, On
Detailed IPv4 address settings
IP address, Subnet
TCP/IP
mask, Gateway
settings
address
Detailed settings
IPv6
Off*, On
(wired)
Link local, Auto <1> – <5>, Manual,
Gateway
Auto settings Off, On*
Detailed IPv6 address settings
IP address, Prefix
Manual
length, Gateway
settings
address
Network setting initialization
Yes, No
Mode, SSID, Security, Channel, Signal strength, MAC address
PBC
OK, Cancel
Wi-Fi Protected Setup
PIN
OK, Cancel
Mode
Update
SSID 1 – 14
SSID
SSID input
Manual SSID input
Open, WEP, WPA2
Manual settings
Security
AES, WPA/WPA2
TKIP/AES
Channel
Key ID
1, 2, 3, 4
Key type
ASCII, HEX
Detailed settings
Key
(wireless)
IP address, Subnet mask, Gateway
address
DHCP
Off*, On
Detailed IPv4 address settings
IP address, Subnet
TCP/IP
mask, Gateway
settings
address
IPv6
Off*, On
Link local, Auto <1> – <5>, Manual,
Gateway
Auto settings Off, On*
Detailed IPv6 address settings
IP address, Prefix
Manual
length, Gateway
settings
address
Network setting initialization
Yes, No
PJLink
Off, On*
AMX Device Discovery Off*, On
Crestron RoomView
Off*, On
Menu Configuration
Menu
Option / Submenu
Details
E-mail sender address
E-mail recipient address
IPv4
Information
Detailed information (wired)
IPv6
Link local, Auto,
Manual
IPv4
Detailed information (wireless)
IPv6
*: Factory default, or state after [Factory defaults] is executed.
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Link local, Auto,
Manual
P196
Menu Configuration
Information (P197)
Menu
Model name
Input signal
Firmware
Serial no.
Projector usage time
IP address (wired)
IP address (wireless)
Projector name
Comments
System information ID
*: Factory default, or state after [Factory defaults] is
executed.
Menu Guide
The following settings are not reset
even when factory defaults are
restored.
• Selected input signal
• [Image adjustment]
- Save profile
- Baseline image mode
- Fine-Tune Gamma (saved value)
• [Install settings]
- Lens - Position
- High altitude
- Lens shift mode
- Marginal focus (setting value)
- Registration
- Operating mode
• [System settings]
- Remote control channel
- Extron XTP
- Serial communication (Stop bit)
- Standby power setting
- Language
- Date and time settings
- Schedule
- Gamma restore
- Air filter counter
- Power counter
- Firmware
• [Network settings]
• [Information]
Menu Configuration
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Menu Description
Input settings
This section describes settings for aspect ratio, resolution, and projection
from a USB flash drive.
Menu screen when the input signal is HDMI
Menu
Function
Details
Aspect
Select an image aspect ratio.
P131
Auto PC
Automatically adjusts display position misalignment
and screen flickering.
P131
Input signal select
Manually set a resolution to suit computer images.
P131
Input signal settings
Complete input signal settings.
P132
Input level
Select the input level for HDMI, HDBaseT or
DisplayPort signals.
P133
Super white
Select super white mode for HDMI, HDBaseT or
DisplayPort signals.
P133
Color space
Select the color space for HDMI, HDBaseT or
DisplayPort signals.
P133
Progressive
Select progressive processing for still images in
cinematic content or moving images in videos.
P134
Slideshow interval
Specify how long individual images on a USB flash
drive are projected in slideshows.
P134
Animation effect
Specify the transition between images on a USB flash
drive in slideshows.
P134
PC-free multi projection
Specify settings for projecting images on a USB flash
drive to multiple networked projectors.
P135
Split screen
Project two input images side by side.
P136
Input signal details
Shows input signal details for each input terminal
used.
P137
HDR information
Shows the Dynamic Range and Mastering InfoFrame
for HDMI signals.
P138
Menus that are not available are grayed out or hidden.
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Menu Description
Aspect
> [Input settings] > [Aspect]
Select a projection aspect ratio for images.
The ASPECT button on the remote control can also be used to select the [Aspect]
settings.
Option
Function
Auto
An image is projected at the aspect ratio of the input signal.
Suitable for most projection.
16:10
The image is projected using an input signal aspect ratio of 16:10.
16:9
The image is projected using an input signal aspect ratio of 16:9.
4:3
The image is projected using an input signal aspect ratio of 4:3.
Zoom
This cuts the upper/lower or left/right part of the screen according
to the screen aspect and zooms in or out of the center of the
image.
True size
The image is projected with the original resolution of the input
signal.
Menus that are not available are grayed out or hidden.
• For LAN and USB input, [Auto] is selected automatically.
• Different contents are displayed for different screen aspects or input signal types.
• A screen aspect setting of [16:10] cannot be selected for component signals.
Auto PC
> [Input settings] > [Auto PC]
Automatically adjusts display position misalignment and screen flickering when the
input signal is [Analog PC-1] or [Analog PC-2].
> [Input settings] > [Input signal select]
Select a suitable resolution if Auto PC does not project computer images correctly
when the input signal is [Analog PC-1] or [Analog PC-2].
Select the input signal that matches the computer resolution. Press the OK button
to confirm the setting, and then press the MENU button.
For supported signals, see the table on page 219 – 220.
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Menu Description
Input signal select
Menu Guide
If the Auto PC adjustment is insufficient, perform the following operations.
• Select the input signal that matches the computer resolution from [Input signal select].
• If adjustment remains insufficient, adjust [Total dots], [Tracking], [Horizontal/Vertical
position] and [Horizontal/Vertical pixels] in [Input signal settings] (P132).
• For supported signals, see the table on page 219 – 220.
Menu Description
Input signal settings
> [Input settings] > [Input signal settings]
Complete input signal settings when the input signal is [Analog PC-1] or [Analog
PC-2]. Use the [ ] / [ ] buttons to adjust the levels as needed.
Perform this adjustment if the Auto PC function (P131) cannot adjust the projected
image correctly.
Submenu
Function
Total dots
Adjust the total number of horizontal dots. Adjust it when stripes
are displayed on the screen.
Tracking
Fine-tune the timing of image generation from signals. Adjusts the
tracking when the image distorts or flickers.
Horizontal position
Adjust the horizontal image position to correct horizontal
misalignment.
Vertical position
Adjust the vertical image position to correct vertical misalignment.
Horizontal pixels
Adjust the horizontal image resolution.
Vertical pixels
Adjust the vertical image resolution.
Total dots
Horizontal position
Horizontal pixels
Vertical position
Total lines
Vertical pixels
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Menu Description
Input level
> [Input settings] > [Input level]
Adjust the input level for content projected via HDMI, HDBaseT or DisplayPort.
Option
Auto
Function
Automatically switches the input level based on the input signal.
Normal
Limits the input level to 16 – 235.
Expanded
Enables a full input level of 0 – 255.
• You can select this only when the type of signal sent from AV equipment is RGB.
• In [Auto] mode, the signal level is selected automatically. (Some AV equipment and
HDBaseT transmitters may not support this.)
• If your AV equipment HDMI output can be set to [Normal] or [Expanded], we
recommend [Expanded]. The contrast of images will be improved and dark scenes will
be rendered more realistically. In this case, set [Input level] to [Auto] or [Expanded].
For more detailed information, refer to the user’s manual for the AV equipment
connected to the projector.
Super white
> [Input settings] > [Super white]
Select to project white signals in HDMI, HDBaseT or DisplayPort input that are in a
range of 16 – 235 at 100% – 109% brightness (235 – 255).
Option
Function
On
Convert input signals in a range of 16 – 235 so that an input level of 255
is projected as white 109% at 100% brightness.
• Super white has no effect when [Input level] is set to [Expanded].
• Set this option to [Off] if projection looks distorted or unnatural when it is [On].
• Setting this option to [On] will darken the overall image.
> [Input settings] > [Color space]
Select the color space for HDMI, HDBaseT or DisplayPort signals.
Option
Function
Auto
Selects the optimal color format for input signals.
RGB
Forces the projector to handle the input signal as an RGB signal.
YCbCr
Forces the projector to handle the input signal as a color difference
signal.
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Menu Description
Color space
Menu Guide
Off
Disable super white.
Project white signals with an input level of 235 at 100% brightness. All
white signals with an input value exceeding 235 are also projected at
100% brightness.
Menu Description
Progressive
> [Input settings] > [Progressive]
Performs progressive processing optimized for still images in cinematic content or
moving images in videos, when interlaced HDMI signals are supplied.
Option
Function
Off
Does not perform progressive processing.
Film/auto
Suitable for still images or typical moving images. Performs progressive
processing for video or cinematic content.
Video 1
Suitable for projecting video with high image quality and relatively slow
movement. Performs progressive processing optimized for HD video.
Video 2
Suitable for projecting video with faster movement. Performs
progressive processing optimized for fast-moving video.
25p/30p(PsF)
Performs progressive processing optimized for 1080 PsF/25 or
1080 PsF/30 video (25 or 30 fps, respectively).
• Select [Off] when flickers and horizontal lines are noticeable in media that has a lot of
fast-moving action.
• Not available in split-screen mode.
Slideshow interval
> [Input settings] > [Slideshow interval]
You can project images on a USB flash drive automatically, one after another.
Use the [ ] / [ ] buttons to set the interval after which images are switched in a
range of 1 seconds to 60 minutes, in the format min.:sec.
• Switching the input signal to an option other than [USB] will stop any slideshow in
progress. To resume the slideshow from the last image shown, return the input signal to
[USB].
• If you use digital zoom during a slideshow, the digital zoom will be cancelled when you
switch to the next image.
Animation effect
> [Input settings] > [Animation effect]
Specify the transition for slideshows of images on a USB flash drive.
Option
Function
Off
Disable slideshow transitions.
Cross fade
Fade out one image as the next image fades in.
Fade out/in
Fade out one image to black, and then fade the next image in.
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Menu Description
PC-free multi projection
> [Input settings] > [PC-free multi projection]
Specify settings when projecting images on a USB flash drive to multiple networked
projectors. For instructions, see “Using PC-Free Multi Projection” (P114).
Mode setting
Specify the mode for PC-free multi projection: Primary*1 or Secondary*2 mode.
*1
*2
Connect a USB flash drive and stream images for projection to Secondary projectors.
Project images streamed from the Primary projector.
Option
Function
Off
Disable PC-free multi projection.
Primary
Projection in Primary mode.
Secondary
Projection in Secondary mode.
Before specifying the mode, confirm that you are using a wired network connection
and that [Network (wired/wireless)] is set to [On/Off] or [On/On (Pj AP)] (P184).
Layout pattern setting
Specify the total number of projectors and the layout pattern (P115).
Function
Total number
Specify the total number of projectors, including all Primary and
Secondary projectors. 2 – 9 projectors can be specified.
Layout pattern
Select a layout pattern. Images from the Primary projector are
streamed to the upper left in the layout pattern.
Specify IP addresses of projectors set to Secondary mode.
Option
Function
IP address
Enter the IP address of destination projectors. The projector in Primary
mode is identified as [1]. The wired IP address specified in [Network
settings] is displayed.
Confirm
Stream projection to the Secondary projector with the corresponding
number (2 – 9), as specified in the IP address field.
Enter
Confirm the IP address of destination projectors.
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Menu Description
Destination projector setting
Menu Guide
Option
Menu Description
Slideshow interval
Specify the interval after which slideshow images are switched. Enter the time in a range of 5
seconds to 10 minutes, in the format min.:sec.
This setting is available when the mode is set to [Primary].
If the projector is turned off and then on again during a slideshow in PC-free multi
projection mode, the slideshow automatically resumes from the first image in the folder
last used for projection.
Animation effect
Specify the animated slideshow transition.
This setting is available when the mode is set to [Primary].
Option
Off
Function
Disable slideshow transitions.
Cross fade
Fade out one image as the next image fades in.
Fade out/in
Fade out one image to black, and then fade the next image in.
Split screen
> [Input settings] > [Split screen]
Two input images from devices connected to the projector can be projected side by
side.
Option
Function
Off
Exit split-screen mode.
On
Activate split-screen mode.
Submenu
Split screen
Function
Switch between normal and split-screen projection.
Select the image to control. When the left image is
Control rights selected, [1] is displayed, and when the right image is
selected, [2] is displayed.
Settings
Swap rightleft
Layout
Switch the sides that images are projected on.
Mode 3-7
Use 30% of the screen width for the left
side and 70% for the right.
Mode 5-5
Use 50% of the screen width for the left
side and 50% for the right.
Mode 7-3
Use 70% of the screen width for the left
side and 30% for the right.
• Control can be switched to the other side by pressing the [ ] / [ ] on the remote
control when
( ) or
( ) is displayed in the center of the image area.
• When you switch to split-screen display, the left and right signals and input status are
shown in the input window.
For details on split-screen mode, see “Projecting Two Images Side by Side” (P60).
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Menu Description
Input signal details
> [Input settings] > [Input signal details]
Shows details about video signals supplied to the selected input terminal.
This menu is displayed for HDMI, DisplayPort, or HDBaseT input.
As format information, the resolution, frequency, and Video Identification Code
(VIC) are indicated.
As color information, the color format/subsampling and color space are indicated.
As range information, the range and depth are indicated.
Additionally, for DisplayPort video signals, DPLink information (rate and number
of lanes) is indicated.
Menu Guide
Menu Description
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Menu Description
HDR information
> [Input settings] > [HDR information]
When HDMI or HDBaseT signals are supplied, shows the Dynamic Range and
Mastering InfoFrame information.
The projector determines and indicates whether input signals are SDR or HDR.
HDR signals have an area that includes color and luminance information, and this
information is indicated. The following information is displayed.
Item
Information Indicated
Details
Indicates
various
gamma
information of
the video
content
Traditional gamma-SDR
SDR signal
SMPTE ST 2084
HDR signal
Display primaries [0],[1],[2]
x: 0.00002 – 1.00000
y: 0.00002 – 1.00000
Coordinates of the three
vertices of the gamut triangle
in the color space
White point
x: 0.00002 – 1.00000
y: 0.00002 – 1.00000
Coordinates of “white” in the
color space
Max display mastering
luminance
1 – 65535 cd/m2
Maximum luminance of the
display used when the video
content was produced
Min display mastering
luminance
0.0001 – 6.5535 cd/m2
Minimum luminance of the
display used when the video
content was produced
Max content light level
1 – 65535 cd/m2
Maximum luminance of
scenes in the video content
Max frame-average light
level
1 – 65535 cd/m2
Average luminance of scenes
in the video content
EOTF
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Menu Description
Image adjustment
This section describes image quality settings such as brightness, contrast,
and sharpness.
Menu screen when the input signal is HDMI
Menu
Function
Details
Create profile
Save desired image quality settings as profiles.
P140
Baseline image mode
Shows the image mode that is basis of the profile.
P140
Brightness*
Adjust image brightness.
P140
Contrast*
Adjust image contrast.
P140
Sharpness*
Adjust image sharpness.
P141
Gamma*
Correct loss of detail in shadows or highlights.
P141
HDR range*
Within the dynamic range of SMPTE ST 2084, set the
range to use.
P141
Color adjustment*
Fine-tune image colors.
P141
Advanced adjustment*
Fine-tune noise reduction and color tone.
P142
Light source mode*
Adjust projection brightness and operating sounds.
P147
Brightness level*
Adjust projection brightness as controlled by the drive
current of the laser diode.
P147
Reset
Restore default image settings.
P148
Image priority*
Select which side is the basis for image processing in
split-screen mode.
P148
Menus that are not available are grayed out or hidden.
* Any adjustments you make are stored for each combination of input signal and
image mode.
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Menu Description
P140
Menu Guide
Image mode*
Select overall image quality to suit the projected
image.
Menu Description
Image mode
> [Image adjustment] > [Image mode]
Select the overall image quality for projected images. Can also be selected by
pressing the IMAGE button on the remote control (P38).
Option
Types of Images
Effect
Standard
Computer screens, or media
played with video software
Bright overall; white, with natural
colors
Presentation
Images mainly consisting of text
Bright overall
Dynamic
Video content
Bright overall
Video
Video from camcorders
Somewhat dark; colors resemble
TV
Photo/sRGB
Digital photos from sRGBcompatible cameras
Somewhat dark; conforms to the
sRGB standard
DICOM SIM
Medical or other monochrome
images
Conforms to DICOM Standard
Part 14. However, the projector
cannot be used in diagnosis or
similar applications.
User 1 – 5
Up to five user profiles can be stored for your selected image quality
settings. Stored profiles are available in this setting as an image
mode.
Menus that are not available are grayed out or hidden.
You can adjust the image quality by adjusting the following items in each image mode:
[Brightness], [Contrast], [Sharpness], [Gamma], [Color adjustment], [Advanced
adjustment], [Light source mode] and [Brightness level]
Create profile
> [Image adjustment] > [Create profile]
Save desired image quality settings in up to five user profiles.
• The saved settings are [Brightness], [Contrast], [Sharpness], [Gamma], [HDR range],
[Color adjustment], [Advanced adjustment], [Light source mode] and [Brightness level].
• The image mode name which was the basis for the settings change is also saved in the
user profile. When a user profile is selected as the image mode, the image mode that
was the basis for that user profile is displayed in the menu as [Baseline image mode].
Brightness
> [Image adjustment] > [Brightness]
Adjust image brightness.
Contrast
> [Image adjustment] > [Contrast]
Sharpen or soften image contrast.
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Menu Description
Sharpness
> [Image adjustment] > [Sharpness]
Adjust image sharpness.
Gamma
> [Image adjustment] > [Gamma]
Correct image areas that are too dark or too bright to see clearly.
For more detailed adjustment, use “Fine-Tune Gamma” (P146).
HDR range
> [Image adjustment] > [HDR range]
Within the dynamic range of SMPTE ST 2084, set the range to use.
[Gamma] is not shown when the menu includes [HDR range].
[HDR range] can only be set in the following cases.
• Image mode (P140) is set to [Video] and HDR (P145) is [On]
• Image mode (P140) is set to [Video], HDR (P145) is [Auto], and HDR signals are
supplied
Color adjustment
> [Image adjustment] > [Color adjustment]
Adjust color-related settings such as color level, color balance, and color
temperature.
Menu Guide
Function
Color level
Adjusts the intensity of colors.
Color balance
Adjusts the color balance of a purplish or greenish image.
Color temperature
Adjusts the white color temperature.
R / G / B Gain
Adjust the gain of each color.
R / G / B Offset
Adjusts the color offset of each color.
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Menu Description
Submenu
Menu Description
In [DICOM SIM] image mode, [Color temperature] is not adjusted with numeric values but
set to one of the following five presets.
Preset 1: Prioritize brightness, relative to DICOM Standard Part 14.
Preset 2: Prioritize color tone, relative to DICOM Standard Part 14.
Preset 3: Adjust color to conform to DICOM Standard Part 14.
Preset 4: Reproduce colors of X-ray film (Clear base).
Preset 5: Reproduce colors of X-ray film (Blue base).
Advanced adjustment
> [Image adjustment] > [Advanced adjustment]
Fine-tune noise reduction and color tone.
Ambient light
Minimize the effect of ambient light on the screen.
Option
Off
Function
Projects an image with no correction.
Tungsten
Type
Fluorescent
Adjust
Level
For ambient light from conventional light
bulbs or fluorescent light of this color.
For ambient light from a “day white”
fluorescent source.
L
For an ordinary brightness of ambient
light.
H
For bright ambient light.
Examples of Ambient Light Level Settings
Level
Example Location
L
Projection room, sports bar, etc.
H
Conference room, lecture room, etc.
[Ambient light] is available when the image mode is [Photo/sRGB] (P140).
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Menu Description
Random noise reduction
Reduce random image noise*.
* Effective on noise with an irregular frequency or amplitude.
Option
Function
Off
Disables random noise reduction.
Low
Middle
High
Specify one of three levels of intensity of the random noise reduction.
• Select [Low] for fast-moving images or [High] for slow-moving images.
• This setting is not displayed for LAN or USB input.
MPEG noise reduction
Reduce MPEG image noise*.
* Block noise resembles pixelation and may affect either on JPEG images or in MPEG
video.
Option
Function
Off
Disables MPEG noise reduction.
Low
Middle
High
Specify one of three levels of intensity of the MPEG noise reduction.
This setting is not displayed for LAN or USB input.
Mosquito noise reduction
Reduce mosquito noise*.
Option
Function
Disables mosquito noise reduction.
Low
Middle
High
Specify one of three levels of intensity of the mosquito noise reduction.
This setting is not displayed for HDMI, HDBaseT, DisplayPort, Digital PC, Analog PC1, Analog PC-2, or Component input signals.
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Menu Description
Off
Menu Guide
* A type of noise affecting image edges or areas where colors change significantly, either
on JPEG images or in MPEG video.
Menu Description
Dynamic gamma
You can adjust the gradation representation of light and dark portions of an image
automatically.
Option
Function
Off
Disable dynamic gamma adjustment.
Low
Middle
High
Specify one of three levels of dynamic gamma adjustment.
Contrast detail adjustment
When the projected image is dark, you can make the dark portions appear even darker by
adjusting the luminance of the light source and the amount of signal adjustment.
Submenu
Function
Automatically increase the contrast as the input signal changes.
Option
Function
Dynamic
contrast
Off
Do not perform dynamic contrast adjustment.
Low
Middle
High
Specify one of three levels of dynamic contrast
strength.
Manual light
adjustment
Adjust the brightness of the light source manually.
Manual signal
adjustment
Adjust the amount of signal processing adjustment manually.
Colorimetry
Select the input color space.
Option
Function
Auto
Automatically determine the optimal color space (BT.709 or BT.2020)
based on input signals.
BT.709
Forces use of the BT.709 color space.
BT.2020
Forces use of the BT.2020 color space.
[Colorimetry] can only be set when the image mode (P140) is [Video].
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Menu Description
HDR (High Dynamic Range)
HDR range adjustment projects an expanded range of image luminance, preserving detail in
highlights and shadows.
Option
Auto
Function
Automatically use HDR when HDR signals are supplied.
Off
Prevent use of HDR.
On
Require use of HDR.
[HDR] can only be set when the image mode (P140) is [Video].
Mem. color correct
Enhances skin tones, blue skies, and greens, so that these colors are more consistent with
people’s remembered impressions.
Submenu
Flesh
Sky
Green
Function
Off
Disable correction.
Weak
Middle
Strong
Specify the level of correction.
6-axis color adjust
Fine-tune RGB (red, green, blue) and CMY (cyan, magenta, yellow) hues in images.
Option
Off
Function
Disables 6-axis color adjustment.
Menu Guide
Adjust
Adjustment is not applied to the projected menu itself.
Reset
Returns all adjustment values to zero.
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Menu Description
Use the [ ] / [ ] buttons to select [ Hue], [ Saturation], or
[ Brightness], and use the [ ] / [ ] buttons for adjustment.
• When you are finished adjusting the color, press the OK button.
Menu Description
Fine-Tune Gamma
Adjust white, red, green, and blue gamma curves. Red, green, and blue can be adjusted
separately. Adjustments to white are also applied to the three other colors. Note that adjusting
any color will overwrite previous adjustments.
Adjustment values can also be saved or loaded by selecting [Save/Load].
Use the [ ] / [ ] buttons to select a color, and then press the OK button.
Next use the [ ] / [ ] buttons to select a point on the gamma curve, and then use the [ ] /
[ ] buttons to adjust the position of the point. When adjustment is finished, press the OK
button to confirm the setting.
•
•
•
•
•
[Fine-Tune Gamma] is available in image modes other than [DICOM SIM].
For details on gamma correction, see “Gamma” (P141).
Use input signals or a test pattern for adjustment.
Adjustment is not applied to the projected menu itself.
Up to five adjustment values can be saved.
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Menu Description
Light source mode
> [Image adjustment] > [Light source mode]
Reducing projection brightness reduces power consumption and fan noise.
Option
Function
Normal
Projects images at full brightness.
Quiet 1
Select to reduce brightness, or when quiet projection is required.
Quiet 2
Reduces brightness and noise further.
Based on your specified brightness, fan speed is adjusted
automatically.
Use the [ ] / [ ] buttons to adjust the brightness on the Brightness
level adjustment screen that appears.
Adjust
[Brightness level] is shown when the light source mode is set to
[Adjust].
[Light source mode] is displayed when the operating mode is [Normal]. If the operating
mode (P154) is not set to [Normal], [Brightness level] appears instead of [Light source
mode].
Brightness level
> [Image adjustment] > [Brightness level]
Control the laser diode to adjust the projection brightness.
Use the [ ] / [ ]buttons to adjust the brightness.
Menu Guide
Menu Description
[Brightness level] appears instead of [Light source mode] when the operating mode
(P154) is not set to [Normal].
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Menu Description
Reset
> [Image adjustment] > [Reset]
Restore the current image quality settings to the factory defaults.
Option
Function
OK
Resets the image adjustment settings.
Cancel
Cancels resetting of the image adjustment settings.
• Performing reset when [Image mode] is set to a profile from [User 1] to [User 5] will
restore the settings originally saved for that user profile.
• Only the setting for the combination of input signal and image mode for the current
projection is reset.
Image priority
> [Image adjustment] > [Image priority]
Select which side image adjustment settings to apply in split-screen mode.
Option
Function
Primary
Use the side with control rights as the [Primary] side. For image
adjustment settings that are not configured separately, [Primary] side
settings apply to both sides.
Secondary
Not available when the [Primary] side has control rights. To reverse the
side given priority for image adjustment (whether on the left or right side),
switch control rights to the other side and change [Secondary] to [Primary].
• Can be independently configured
Brightness (P140), Contrast (P140), Gamma (P141), Color adjustment (P141), Fine-Tune
Gamma (P146)
• [Primary] setting also applies to [Secondary]
Image mode (P140), Advanced adjustment except Fine-Tune Gamma (P142 – P145)
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Menu Description
Install settings
Adjust projection to suit the screen or the type of images, or how the
projector is installed.
Menu screen when the input signal is HDMI
Menu
Function
Details
Image flip H/V
Specify settings for projection from behind the screen,
from the ceiling, or both.
P150
Screen aspect
Select an aspect ratio that matches that of the
projection screen.
P151
Zoom
Digitally reduce images projected with the Short Fixed
Lens (RS-SL03WF) or the Ultra-wide Zoom Lens (RSSL06UW).
P151
Keystone
Set the type of keystone correction.
P152
Digital image shift
Move the position of the projected image.
P152
Professional settings
Specify advanced installation settings.
P152
Lens - Position
Store information about the lens position (including
focus, zoom, and lens shift settings), which can be
used to restore the lens to these positions.
P158
Screen color
Adjust projection colors to suit the screen color.
P159
Iris
The aperture value can be adjusted manually.
A smaller aperture reduces brightness but improves
contrast.
P159
Test pattern
Project a test pattern to check the resolution and color
of projection during installation.
P160
Menus that are not available are grayed out or hidden.
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Menu Description
P150
Menu Guide
Positional lock
Operation of installation-related functions can be
prohibited.
Menu Description
Positional lock
> [Install settings] > [Positional lock]
Operation of installation-related functions can be prohibited.
•
•
•
•
Image flip H/V
Screen aspect
Zoom
Keystone
• Save position (in [Lens Position])
• Lens shift reset
• Digital image shift
Option
•
•
•
•
Professional settings
Focus adjustment
Lens shift adjustment
Zoom adjustment
Function
Off
The positional lock is not used.
On
Prevents adjustment of installation-related functions.
Image flip H/V
> [Install settings] > [Image flip H/V]
Specify the orientation of how the projector is installed.
Option
Function
None
Select for normal projection, without inversion.
Ceiling mounted
Select when the projector is installed upside-down on the ceiling.
The projected image is inverted in both vertical and horizontal
directions.
Rear
Select this to project an image from behind the screen.
The projected image is inverted in the horizontal direction.
Rear, Ceiling mounted
Select this to project an image from behind the screen with the
projector hung from the ceiling.
The projected image is inverted in the vertical direction.
• When mounting the projector on a ceiling, use the optional ceiling attachment (RSCL15) and ceiling-mount arm (RS-CL17). Contact the Canon Customer Support Center
for more detailed information.
• Image flipping will reset any adjustment for keystone distortion. In this case, redo the
adjustment.
• Adjusting the [Image flip H/V] setting does not alter button assignments in the
projector’s side controls.
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Menu Description
Screen aspect
> [Install settings] > [Screen aspect]
Select an aspect ratio that matches that of the projection screen.
Option
Function
16:10
Select this when you use a screen with an aspect ratio of 16:10.
16:9
Select this when you use a screen with an aspect ratio of 16:9.
4:3
Select this when you use a screen with an aspect ratio of 4:3.
16:9 D. image shift
Select this when you use a screen with an aspect ratio of 16:9.
Although keystone correction is not available in this mode, images
can be shifted up or down.
4:3 D. image shift
Select this when you use a screen with an aspect ratio of 4:3.
Although keystone correction is not available in this mode, images
can be shifted left or right.
• Changing the screen aspect will reset any keystone or digital image shift setting.
• [Auto] may be automatically selected in [Aspect] depending on the screen aspect
setting.
Zoom
> [Install settings] > [Zoom]
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Menu Description
• D.ZOOM buttons on the remote control cannot be used for this [Zoom] function.
• [Zoom] is not available when the following features are used.
- When [Keystone] is set to [Horizontal-vertical keystone]
- Split-screen mode (P60)
• Using [Zoom] after specifying corner adjustment (P152) will clear corner adjustment
settings and apply the zoom setting. Instead, use [Zoom] before fine-tuning the image
position with corner adjustment.
• If images still extend off the screen even after you use [Zoom], you can use corner
adjustment (P152) to fine-tune the position of image corners, so that images fit on the
screen.
• Switching to lenses other than the Short Fixed Lens (RS-SL03WF) or the Ultra-wide
Zoom Lens (RS-SL06UW) will reset the setting to 100%.
• The zoom function is not available when [Digital PC], [Analog PC-1], or [Analog PC-2]
is selected.
Menu Guide
When the Short Fixed Lens (RS-SL03WF) or the Ultra-wide Zoom Lens (RSSL06UW) is attached and if the projected image does not fit on the screen, you can
display the image by electronically reducing its size. This type of zooming reduces
overall image dimensions, relative to the center of the image.
Press the [ ] button on the remote control to project images at a reduced size, and
press the [ ] button to enlarge images to full size. Images can be projected at 75 –
100% of the original size.
Menu Description
Keystone
> [Install settings] > [Keystone]
Two types of keystone correction are available: horizontal/vertical keystone and
corner adjustment. Keystone correction can also be reset. Keystone correction can
also be applied by pressing the KEYSTONE button on the remote control.
Submenu
Function
Horizontal-vertical
keystone
Apply horizontal-vertical keystone correction. Image height and
length is adjusted.
Corner adjustment
Apply corner adjustment. Each corner of the image can be
repositioned.
Reset
Resets the specified keystone value.
• Resetting the keystone value will also reset the zoom setting for the Short Fixed Lens
(RS-SL03WF) or the Ultra-wide Zoom Lens (RS-SL06UW).
• The available horizontal-vertical keystone range may vary depending on the lens, zoom
position, and shift position.
Digital image shift
> [Install settings] > [Digital image shift]
Moves the position of the projected image.
When screen aspect is 16:9 D. image shift, move images vertically using the [ ] /
[ ] buttons, and for 4:3 D. image shift, move images horizontally using the [ ] / [ ]
buttons.
This cannot be selected when the screen aspect is 16:9, 16:10 or 4:3.
Professional settings
> [Install settings] > [Professional settings]
Specify advanced installation settings.
Menu screen when the Ultra-wide Zoom Lens (RS-SL06UW) is attached
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Menu Description
RGB alignment
Correct color misalignment.
Submenu
Function
Use this setting to fine-tune the position of the projected image.
Submenu
Off
Function
Does not perform micro digital image shift.
Submenu
Micro-digital
image shift
Function
Adjust
Use the [ ] / [ ] buttons for
vertical shift and the [ ] / [ ]
buttons for horizontal shift.
Chart
Displays a chart to assist in
adjustment. Watch the chart as
you fine-tune the position.
Return
Return to the previous screen.
Adjust
Adjusts colors that are out of alignment. You can adjust red, green and
blue registration independently.
Submenu
Off
Function
Does not perform image registration.
Submenu
Registration
Adjust
Function
Use the [ ] / [ ] buttons for
Red / Green /
vertical shift and the [ ] / [ ]
Blue
buttons for horizontal shift.
Displays a chart to assist in
adjustment. Watch the chart as
you fine-tune the position.
Return
Return to the previous screen.
Audio is muted while the chart is shown.
Menu Guide
Chart
Menu Description
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Menu Description
High altitude
Switch the fan mode to suit installation at low or high altitudes (above 2,300 m [7,545.8']).
Option
Function
Off
Setting for altitudes lower than 2,300 m (7,545.8').
On
Setting for altitudes of 2,300 m (7,545.8') or higher.
Incorrect settings may shorten the useful life of the projector components.
Operating mode
Switch the method of controlling the light source and fan.
Option
Function
Normal
Normal drive mode. Brightness will decrease with time.
Fixed brightness
Maintains nearly the same brightness set at installation. Laser diode
wear is detected by a sensor, and current is increased to compensate
for wear.
Long duration 1
Enables a relatively longer useful life of optical parts by reducing the
brightness level of the light source mode and regulating the fan drive.
Long duration 2
Enables an even longer useful life of optical parts by further reducing
the brightness level of the light source mode and more aggressively
regulating the fan drive.
When using the projector continuously for 24 hours or more, or when turning the
projector off by unplugging it, execute light source calibration using one of the settings
below. If calibration is not executed, the projector will be unable to maintain fixed
brightness.
• Periodically specify [OK] in [Light source calibration] in [Calibration] (P179).
• Specify CALIBRATION in [Schedule] (P176).
Lens shift mode
Switch the available lens shift range as needed.
Option
Function
Normal
Provides a normal lens shift range.
Expanded
Provides an expanded lens shift range.
• Selecting [Expanded] may lower image quality and keystone correction precision,
depending on the extent of lens shift.
• Selecting [Normal] when the lens is in the expanded range (outside the normal
position) will execute lens shift reset (P158).
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Menu Description
Marginal focus
In dome projection, image focus can be adjusted on the edges of the screen, and the
remote control can be used to activate and deactivate this focus adjustment. For detailed
instructions, refer to “Adjusting Peripheral Focus” (P74).
Option
Function
Off
Disable remote focusing of image edges.
On
Enable remote focusing of image edges. To access the adjustment
window, press the LENS button on the projector twice or press the
FOCUS button on the remote twice.
Reset
Restore edge focusing to the standard position.
• The marginal focus feature is not available depending on the type of lens installed.
• Setting this function to [Off] only prevents display of the adjustment window.
Adjustment values are still retained. Use this setting to prevent remote focusing of
image edges.
Edge blending
Brightness and colors of overlapping edges of images from multiple projectors, which form a
blending area, can be adjusted for a more seamless appearance. For detailed instructions,
see “Projecting from Multiple Projectors at Once (Edge Blending)” (P108).
Option
Function
Off
Disable blending.
Adjust
Display the menu for blending area adjustment.
Start marker
End marker
When adjusting the image
projected from the right side
(1) Brightness, contrast, R/G/B gain and offset, black level, blending color, color
temperature, color level, color balance, sharpness, and gamma (P141)
(2) Color adjustment, by using 6-axis color adjustment (P145)
(3) Gamma adjustment, by using fine-tune gamma (P146)
(4) Corner adjustment, by using keystone correction (P152)
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Menu Description
• Adjustment may not eliminate different colors or brightnesses in the blending area.
• For best edge-blending results, use all projectors in the same image mode and make
the following adjustments.
Menu Guide
Blending area
Menu Description
Submenu
Function
Left / Right /
Top /
Bottom
Select the direction of the blending area to adjust.
Width
Specify the width between the start and end markers.
Start
position
Moves the position of the start marker.
Side
• Large blending areas may cover input signal dialog boxes
and other interface elements. In this case, momentarily set
edge blending to [Off] and check the display.
• Although the starting marker is normally aligned with the
image edge, it can also be aligned toward the center of the
image. In this case, the black blending area will lie outside of
the starting marker.
Adjust unwanted colors or discrepancies between colors in the
blending area.
Submenu
Off
Function
Do not adjust colors of blended images.
Adjust unwanted colors or discrepancies between
colors in the blending area.
Color blending
adjustment
Option
Adjust
White
Function
Simultaneously adjust red, green,
and blue to correct unwanted
colors or discrepancies in the
blending area.
Individually adjust red, green, and
Red / Green /
blue to correct unwanted colors or
Blue
discrepancies in the blending area.
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Menu Description
Submenu
Function
Because black is lighter in the blending area than in other areas, you
can adjust the black level outside the blending area to make this
difference in brightness less noticeable.
Position of end
marker (hidden)
Left image
Area A: Black level cannot be adjusted.
Area B: Adjust to a black level different
from that of area D.
Area C: Adjust to provide a smooth
transition relative to the black
levels of areas B and D.
CBA
Area D
Blending area
Areas C - A (default: 0)
Submenu
Black level
adjustment
Off
Function
Do not adjust the black level.
Adjust areas C - A to smoothen the boundaries of the
blending area.
Option
Area
Function
Side
Select the direction to adjust from
Left / Right / Top / Bottom.
A-Width /
B-Width /
C-Width
Adjust the widths of areas A - C.
Adjust the black level brightness and color of areas B
and D.
Black level
Function
Adjust the black level brightness of
B/D areas.
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Menu Description
Adjust the red, green, and blue
B/D-area red /
components of B/D area black
green / blue
levels individually.
Menu Guide
Option
B/D-area
base
Menu Description
Submenu
Function
Show the blending area markers.
Option
Marker
Reset
Function
Off
Hide the blending area markers.
On
Show the blending area markers. The start marker is
red, and the end marker is green.
Reset the marker settings.
Correct image distortion by aligning corners of the blending area with
the image from the reference projector. For multi-projection alignment,
align the corners with the projector blending area (already adjusted)
that forms the basis.
Points to adjust
Blending area
Corner
adjustment
Left, Right,
Top,
Bottom
Select the direction of the blending area to adjust. As
you reposition the corners of the selected area, the
overall image changes to match the adjustment.
• Sides set to an edge-blending width of 12 or more can be
adjusted when [Keystone] is set to [Corner adjustment] and
the aspect ratio is [16:10].
• To reset adjustment, use [Keystone] (P152).
Lens - Position
> [Install settings] > [Lens - Position]
The projector can save information about the lens position in memory. Up to three
sets of lens information (including focus, zoom, and lens shift settings) can be
saved, and the lens can be restored to these positions.
Submenu
Load position 1 – 3
Save position 1 – 3
Function
Restores the lens to the positions saved using Save position 1 – 3.
Saves the lens position as Save position1 – 3.
Restores the lens to the preset position.
Lens shift reset
• The preset position differs depending on the type of lens.
• The preset position also changes when the orientation of the
projector is changed, due to the ceiling mounted setting, etc.
Example: [+50%, 0%] > [-50%, 0%]
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Menu Description
• To lock (protect) the saved position, set [Positional lock] (P150) to [On].
• The values of the following settings are saved in addition to the lens position
information (including focus, zoom, and lens shift settings):
- Horizontal-vertical keystone / Corner adjustment
- Screen color
- Digital image shift
- Screen aspect
- Zoom
• [Load position] is not available unless you perform [Save position] once.
• The original lens position varies depending on the type of lens used.
• When saved lens positions are restored, images may be projected in a slightly different
position than the saved position.
• Specifying a somewhat smaller image size than the screen size (image area) enables
you to switch among multiple lens positions without having the image extend off the
screen.
• When precise positioning is needed, use lens shift, zoom, and focus functions for fine
adjustment.
Screen color
> [Install settings] > [Screen color]
You can adjust the color quality of the images projected according to the color of
the projection screen.
Submenu
Function
Select this if a standard type of projection screen is used. The images
are projected in a light quality similar to that of natural light.
Greenboard
Select if a dark green surface such as a blackboard is used as the
screen. The color quality similar to [Normal] is obtained on the
greenboard.
Adjust
Select to fine-tune red, green and blue.
Iris
> [Install settings] > [Iris]
Menu Guide
Normal
Use this feature for projection emphasizing contrast over brightness.
Open
Function
Disables aperture adjustment.
Specify the aperture value manually.
Adjust
The [Iris] setting does not affect power consumption.
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Menu Description
Submenu
Menu Description
Test pattern
> [Install settings] > [Test pattern]
You can project a test pattern (P107) to check resolution, color, and other details
even without supplying an input signal. Also available by pressing the TEST
PATTERN button on the remote control.
Option
Function
Off
Disable test pattern display.
On
Enable test pattern display.
• While the test pattern menu is displayed, you can use the [ ] / [ ] buttons to switch
patterns. Additionally, options of test pattern that have options can be changed with the
[ ] / [ ] buttons.
• The test pattern menu is no longer displayed after a little while, but you can view it
again by pressing the [ ] / [ ] buttons.
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Menu Description
System settings
Customize projector and remote control operation, beeping, and other
details after startup, during standby, and in other situations.
Menu screen when the input signal is HDMI
Menu
Function
Details
On screen
Set the display position and whether to show or hide
menus, help information, and warning or caution
icons.
P163
Remote control/Side
control
Specify operation with remote control or projector
buttons.
P166
Audio in terminal select
Select the terminal for audio input.
P169
HDBaseT signal quality
Display the video signal quality of HDBaseT input.
P169
Extron XTP
Connect to Extron XTP devices when connected to a
network via HDBaseT.
P170
Serial communication
Display serial communication setting values.
P170
Power supply settings
Specify how power is managed at startup, in standby,
and when no signal is supplied.
P170
Motion blur reduction
Motion blur is blurring that occurs during video
playback. Motion blur reduction can make this blurring
less noticeable.
P172
Language
You can select the language in which the menus are
displayed.
P173
Other settings
Set a password, check the air filter replacement
timing, and access other settings and information.
P174
Menus that are not available are grayed out or hidden.
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Menu Description
P162
Menu Guide
User screen settings
Customize user screens shown at startup, when no
signal is detected, and in other situations.
Menu Description
User screen settings
> [System settings] > [User screen settings]
Capture a logo and specify logo display settings.
Logo capture
Registers the current image as a user logo. Registered user logos can be shown when no
signal is received, when the BLANK button is pressed, or as the startup image.
Option
Function
OK
Display the image for logo registration.
Align the image with the red boundary lines indicating the portion that
will be stored, and then press the OK button. The portion of the image
within the boundary lines is now registered.
Cancel
Cancels logo registration.
Only images at an aspect ratio of 16:10 can be registered as user logos.
Logo position
Specify the position of registered user logos.
You can specify the position after a logo has been registered. Choose from upper left, upper
right, center, lower left, or lower right.
No signal screen
Customize the screen shown when no input signals are received.
Option
Function
Black
The screen is all black.
Blue
The screen is all blue.
User logo
The user logo is projected.
Screen when blank
Select the screen shown when projection is temporarily blanked out by pressing the BLANK
button on the remote control.
Option
Function
Black
The screen is all black.
Blue
The screen is all blue.
Light source off
The light source is turned off.
User logo
The user logo is projected.
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Menu Description
Projector on
Select a logo to project after startup until input signals can be projected.
Option
Function
Skip
A black screen is projected.
Canon logo
Displays the Canon logo that was registered in advance at the factory.
User logo
The user logo is projected.
On screen
> [System settings] > [On screen]
Specify display details for on-screen menus, help, and warning or precaution icons.
Menu position
Reposition menu display.
Choose from upper left, upper right, center, lower left, or lower right.
Only [Center] is available when edge blending is used. Other display positions are
grayed out and not available.
Extend menu display from the standard 10 or 30 seconds to 3 minutes.
Option
Function
The menu is displayed for 10 or 30 seconds.
Extended
The menu is displayed for 3 minutes.
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Menu Description
Normal
Menu Guide
Menu display time
Menu Description
The following display times are also changed.
Item
[Normal]
[Extended]
- Menu screen
- Edge blending / Corner adjustment (P155)
30 seconds 3 minutes
-
10 seconds 3 minutes
Input (P47)
Keystone (P103)
Keystone reset (P106)
Focus (P48)
Zoom (P48)
Lens shift (P72)
Lens shift reset (P74)
Marginal focus
D.image shift (P152)
D.image shift reset
Aspect (P131)
Image mode (P140)
Volume (P34, P39)
Gamma (P141)
Menu rotation
Rotate menu display. When projecting in portrait orientation, for example, with the projector
installed at a 90° angle, specify the orientation of projected menus to align them with the top
or bottom of projected images.
Option
Function
Auto
Automatically rotates menus as needed after using an accelerometer
to determine if the projector is installed in portrait orientation (90°
clockwise or counterclockwise) or horizontally.
Off
Menus are not rotated. Menus are shown in a readable orientation for
projectors installed horizontally.
90 degrees
counterclockwise
90 degrees
clockwise
Menus are rotated 90°. Menus are shown in a readable orientation for
projectors installed in portrait orientation (90° clockwise or
counterclockwise).
• To determine the orientation of menu rotation, projector orientation is detected
immediately after startup or when this setting is switched to [Auto].
• Menus are not rotated automatically in response to changes in projector orientation
during projection.
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Menu Description
Guide
Shows the guide screen.
Option
Function
Off
Hides the guide screen.
On
Shows the guide screen.
The guide screen is shown at the following cases.
• No input signal is detected.
• An invalid button is pressed in [BLANK], [FREEZE], or [D.ZOOM] mode (P38).
• When positional lock (P150) is set to [On] and buttons locked by this feature are
pressed.
• When the projector is already on and the POWER button is pressed.
Show input status
Specify whether signal status is shown when there is no signal or when you are completing
signal settings.
Option
Function
Off
The input status is not displayed.
On
The input status is displayed.
NMPJ standby guide display
Specify whether to display a message when waiting for NMPJ connections.
Option
Function
Off
No message is displayed during NMPJ connection standby.
On
A message is displayed during NMPJ connection standby.
Split screen ID display
Option
Function
Off
Hides the screen ID.
On
Shows the screen ID.
Menu Guide
Specify whether to show the digit (1 or 2) identifying screens in split-screen mode. Note that
even if [Off] is selected, corner markers will be shown to indicate the side with control rights.
Menu Description
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Menu Description
Air filter warning display
Shows a warning to replace the air filter when replacement is required.
Option
Function
Off
The air filter warning is not displayed.
On
The air filter warning is displayed.
Setting [Air filter warning display] to [Off] will disable display of the warning to replace
the air filter. We recommend checking the air filter counter (P180) occasionally to know
when to replace the filter.
Overheat warning display
Specify whether the icon warning of high temperature (
temperature is high and the projector may overheat.
Option
) is shown when the internal
Function
Off
Disable high temperature warning icon display.
On
Enable high temperature warning icon display.
Remote control/Side control
> [System settings] > [Remote control/Side control]
Specify which operations are available using buttons on the remote control or in the
projector’s side controls.
Beep
You can select whether a beep sounds or not when you operate the projector.
Option
Function
Off
Disables the beep.
On
Enables the beep.
The beep will not sound if you mute the projector sound with the MUTE button on the
remote control.
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Menu Description
Key repeat
Key repeat enables projector or remote control buttons to be held down instead of pressing
them repeatedly.
Option
Function
Off
Key repeat is not enabled.
On
Key repeat is enabled.
Key lock
Lock the projector or remote (wireless) to prevent operation.
Option
Function
Off
Disables key lock. Operation is possible on the projector or from the
remote control.
Main unit
Operation is not possible using the projector.
Use the remote control.
Remote
(wireless)
Disables infrared remote control operations (P41). Use buttons on the
projector.
Operation is also possible with an optional wired remote control (RSRC05).
To Unlock Key Lock Function
Turn off the projector and unplug the power plug. Hold down the OK button on the projector
and plug in the power cord, as you continue to hold down the OK button. In a moment, a
beep will sound, and the controls will be unlocked.
When you access this setting from the projector’s side controls, [Main unit] is not
available. Similarly, when you access the setting from the remote control, [Remote
(wireless)] is not available.
Select the infrared receiver of the projector.
Option
Function
Use both the front and the rear receivers on the projector.
Front
Use the front receiver on the projector.
Rear
Use the rear receiver on the projector.
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Menu Description
All
Menu Guide
IR receiver settings
Menu Description
Remote control channel
Separate channels can be assigned to up to four projectors so that a single remote control
can be used with each projector.
Selecting the Projector Channel
If a wired remote control is used, there is no need to set the remote control channel.
Option
Function
Ch1
Ch2
Select the remote control channel to use with this projector.
Ch3
Ch4
Independent
Can be controlled from a remote control set to any channel.
Selecting a Channel on the Remote Control
After changing the projector channel from the menu, always change the remote control
channel accordingly.
Ch1
Hold down both the Ch button and [1] button for 3 seconds.
Ch2
Hold down both the Ch button and [2] button for 3 seconds.
Ch3
Hold down both the Ch button and [3] button for 3 seconds.
Ch4
Hold down both the Ch button and [4] button for 3 seconds.
Independent
Hold down both the Ch button and [0] button for 3 seconds.
[INPUT A-C] button settings
Select input signals to assign to INPUT A-C buttons on the remote control. This enables
direct selection of the input signals.
Option
INPUT A
INPUT B
INPUT C
Function
Choose from the following input signals to assign: [Disable], [HDMI],
[DisplayPort], [Digital PC], [Analog PC-1], [Analog PC-2],
[Component], [HDBaseT], [LAN], or [USB].
[Fn] button settings
You can select a function to assign to the Fn button on the remote control.
Option
Function
Disable
Disables assigning a function to the Fn button on the remote control.
Split screen
Enables split-screen mode toggling using the Fn button on the remote
control.
Select a function to assign to the Fn button on the remote control.
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Menu Description
Audio in terminal select
> [System settings] > [Audio in terminal select]
Select the terminal for audio input used with various input signals.
Submenu
Function
HDMI
Select the terminal for audio input.
DisplayPort
Option
Digital PC
Analog PC-1
Function
Off
No audio is output.
Audio in
Audio signals from AUDIO IN are output.
Analog PC-2
HDMI
Audio signals from HDMI are output.
Component
HDBaseT
Audio signals from HDBaseT are output.
DisplayPort
Audio signals from DisplayPort are output.
LAN
Audio signals from LAN are output. Audio is
transferred by the NMPJ application.
HDBaseT
LAN
USB
HDBaseT signal quality
> [System settings] > [HDBaseT signal quality]
Display the video signal quality of HDBaseT input. The HDBaseT input signal value
received is indicated by a white line.
Middle
Indicated by the yellow portion. The signal is fluctuating. Check the cable.
Low
Indicated by the red portion. The signal cannot be used. Fix the cable connection
or replace the cable.
Do not coil or bundle cables.
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Menu Description
Indicated by the green portion. This is the recommended level.
Menu Guide
High
Menu Description
Extron XTP
> [System settings] > [Extron XTP]
Specify whether to connect to Extron XTP transmitters when connected via
HDBaseT.
Submenu
Function
Off
Do not connect to XTP devices.
On
Connect to XTP devices.
Serial communication
> [System settings] > [Serial communication]
Select ports used for serial communication. Otherwise, you can refer to this setting
to check setting values for the port selected for serial communication.
Submenu
Function
Service port
Use the service port (CONTROL).
HDBaseT
Use the HDBaseT port.
Option
Detail
Function
Baud rate
Modulation rate, in bits per second.
Data bits
Number of bits of data.
Parity
Number of parity bits.
Stop bit
Length of mark representing the end of data
bits. Select 1 or 2.
Power supply settings
> [System settings] > [Power supply settings]
Specify how power is managed at startup, in standby, and when no signal is
supplied.
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Menu Description
Standby power setting
Specify network function operating status in standby mode.
Option
Function
Normal
All network functions are available when network functions are
enabled, including the web screen and PJLink.
Low-power
All functions are disabled except for some wired LAN functions (such
as operations over a network).
• [Standby power setting] is set to [Normal] and cannot be changed when scheduling
is enabled (P176).
• [Standby power setting] is set to [Normal] and cannot be changed when wireless
LAN is enabled (P184).
• [Standby power setting] is set to [Normal] and cannot be changed when IPsec
function is enabled (P214).
Quick startup
Enable faster startup next time by leaving some circuits on for 90 minutes after the projector is
turned off. However, to avoid sudden surges in intensity, projection is delayed by at least
approximately 1.7 seconds.
Option
Function
Off
Disable quick startup.
On
Enable quick startup.
Power management mode
Specify to turn the light source off or enter standby if there is no input signal. This feature
automatically turns off the light source or power after a certain period if the remote control or
projector is not operated.
Option
Function
Disable power management mode.
Light source off
Only turns the light source off.
Standby
Turns the projector off and puts it in standby.
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Menu Description
• Projection resumes when the same input signal is restored, when the remote control
or projector is operated, or when user commands are sent to turn the projector on.
• After the projector enters standby, restoring projection requires the same steps as
when turning the projector on normally.
• When [Disabled] is selected, [Direct power on] is not available.
Menu Guide
Disabled
Menu Description
Power management duration
Specify how much time must pass before the light source goes off or the projector enters
standby mode, depending on the [Power management mode] setting.
Option
Function
5 min. – 60 min.
After 30 seconds without an input signal when the projector is idle, the
projector starts displaying a countdown of the selected time.
• If conditions that would start countdown are met while you are blanking projection,
blanking is canceled.
• Once countdown begins, audio output stops.
Direct power on
You can turn on the projector by connecting the power cable without pressing the POWER
button.
Option
Function
Off
The POWER button must be pressed to turn the projector on.
On
You can turn on the projector by connecting the power cable only.
• Before enabling direct power on, be sure to set [Power management mode] to an
option other than [Disabled]. When [Disabled] is selected, [Direct power on] is not
available.
• The projector is also equipped with a Direct Power Off feature. No damage is caused
to the projector even if it is unplugged during projection to turn it off without pressing
the POWER button. However, setting adjustments made immediately before
unplugging the projector may not be stored.
Motion blur reduction
> [System settings] > [Motion blur reduction]
Motion blur is blurring that occurs during video playback. Motion blur reduction can
make this blurring less noticeable.
Option
Function
Off
Motion blur reduction is not performed.
Weak
Reduce motion blur for fast-moving images. Note that images may
be slightly darker, and flickering may occur.
Strong
Reduce motion blur for images moving faster than with [Weak].
Note that images may be darker, and flickering may occur.
• If setting the projector to [Strong] or [Weak] produces distracting flickering, set it to [Off].
• [Motion blur reduction] is not available in [DICOM SIM] image mode. The menu is
grayed out.
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Menu Description
Language
> [System settings] > [Language]
Select the menu display language.
Language
English
Russian
Czech
German
Dutch
Danish
French
Finnish
Arabic
Italian
Norwegian
Chinese (Simplified)
Spanish
Turkish
Chinese (Traditional)
Portuguese
Polish
Korean
Swedish
Hungarian
Japanese
Menu Guide
Menu Description
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Other settings
> [System settings] > [Other settings]
Register a password, set a password, reset the air filter counter, schedule
operation, and access other settings and information.
Password settings
Disables the projector unless the correct password is entered.
Option
Function
Off
The projector can be used even if no password is entered.
On
The projector cannot be used unless you enter your password.
To Cancel the Password
Cancellation
on the
Projector
Turn off the projector and unplug the power plug.
Hold down the MENU button on the side control and connect the power
plug. Make sure to keep holding down the MENU button until a beep
sounds. When the projector beeps, the password is canceled. (The
entered password is also reset.)
Cancellation
To forcibly cancel the password from the remote control, in standby state
on the Remote
press the MENU button 3 times, then press the POWER button.
Control
• You cannot set [On] unless you have completed [Register password].
Once you set a password, the password entry screen appears at power-on.
Enter a 4 digit password.
Enter the password using the [ ] / [ ] / [ ] / [ ] buttons or number buttons on the
remote control.
If the password is valid, the projection starts. If you enter a wrong password three
times, the power will be turned off.
• The projector also goes off after three minutes of inactivity on the password input
screen.
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Menu Description
Register password
You can register a password for starting projection.
Enter a 4 digit password.
Enter the password using the pointer buttons [ ] (1) / [ ] (2) / [ ] (3) / [ ] (4) or the number
buttons on the remote control.
The 4-digit password is entered from the left to right digits. When the final digit is entered, the
password is automatically registered.
Press the MENU button to abort the registration.
Date and time settings
Set time settings such as the current date and time, date/time display format, daylight saving
time, and time zone.
Submenu
Function
Set the date and time. The date and time currently set are shown and
updated each second.
The display is blank if the [Date and time] setting has not been
set.
Submenu
Date and time
Function
Date
Enter the date.
Time
Enter the time.
Enter
Confirms your entered values. At this time [Date and
time] starts operating.
• The date/time display format is set in [Date display format].
• Settings may be reset if the projector is left unplugged for an
extended period.
Choose [Year/month/date], [Month/date/year], or [Date/month/year] as
the date display format shown for the date and time, in schedules, and
elsewhere.
Adjusts the time one hour ahead at the beginning of daylight saving
time and one hour back at the end. The timing of daylight saving time
must be set in advance.
Daylight saving
time
Function
Off
Disable daylight saving time.
On
Enable daylight saving time.
Edit
Edit when daylight saving time starts and ends. Set
the month, day, and time on the editing screen shown
next for the starting and ending date/time.
[On] in [Daylight saving time] is not available until the starting
and ending timing are set.
Region
Select a city in the time zone where the projector is installed.
The time zone of the city selected in [Time zone] is shown.
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Option
Menu Guide
Date display
format
Menu Description
Submenu
Function
Select whether to sync the time on the projector using SNTP (Simple
Network Time Protocol).
Submenu
SNTP
Function
On (IPv4)
Use SNTP over an IPv4 connection.
On (IPv6)
Use SNTP over an IPv6 connection.
Off
Disable SNTP.
• [SNTP] is not available when [Network (wired/wireless)] is set
to [Off/Off].
• Use the web screen to set the IP address of the SNTP server.
[SNTP] is not available unless the SNTP server IP address
has been set.
Schedule
Some projector tasks can be automated by scheduling them. As the timing of scheduled
tasks, choose from [Default], which is not during a certain period, or one of five special period
times that you set up.
The [Period] setting of a special period cannot be set to overlap with another period.
Option
Function
Default
Set a general schedule that is not during a specific period.
Special period
1–5
Set up to five specific periods to schedule operation.
• [On] is grayed out until you set the period in [Special period 1] to [Special period 5].
• [On] and [Off] are grayed out for periods in [Special period 1] to [Special period 5]
that have already passed.
• Setting any schedule to [On] changes [Standby power setting] (P171) to [Normal].
• Tasks scheduled under the [Default] setting are not executed while special period
schedules are in effect.
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Menu Description
Detailed schedule setting
Option
Function
Off
Disable the schedule.
On
Enable the schedule.
Edit the schedule.
■ Default
Edit
Menu Guide
Menu Description
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Menu Description
Option
Function
■ Special period
Select a day in [Day of week], and select the times, operations, and
parameters.
Submenu
Edit
Function
Period
Edit the period (start and end dates) for scheduled
operation. Note that no [Period] setting is used for the
[Default] schedule.
Day of week
Change the day of the week to edit.
Edit the tasks scheduled for your selected [Day of
week]. You can set or remove listed times,
operations, and parameters (POWER ON/OFF,
INPUT, CALIBRATION).
Edit schedule
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Menu Description
Option
Function
Submenu
Reset
Function
Clears setting details for the selected schedule.
Setting details for [Period] and day of the week are
reset.
Copy the tasks scheduled for your selected [Day of
week] to another day in the schedule copying menu.
Edit
Copy
schedule to
different day
Calibration
Calibration adjusts the projector to compensate for changes in image quality from long-term
use or differences in the environment of use.
Submenu
Function
Option
Off
Adjust
Restore the original gamma and apply the result.
• Restoring gamma will restore tone curves and neutral colors
as closely as possible to defaults, but original projection
cannot be matched exactly.
• If Gamma restore is performed, the adjustment screen will be
projected for approximately 3 minutes.
• To stop Gamma restore, press the POWER or EXIT button.
Cancellation will return the setting to [Off].
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Menu Description
Gamma restore
Function
Returns to the factory default without performing
Gamma restore.
Menu Guide
Restore the original gamma if, after the projector has been used for
some time, you notice that tone curves have changed, or if neutral
colors have become tinted. Gamma restore can only be used after
about 30 minutes of projection.
Menu Description
Submenu
Function
Use when there is concern about deterioration of the color and
luminance of the light source due to extended use.
Light source
calibration
Option
Function
OK
Execute light source calibration.
Cancel
Do not execute light source calibration.
Light source calibration can only be used after about 30 minutes of projection.
Air filter counter
Shows a counter to remind you when to replace the air filter.
Also shows a counter reset screen.
• After air filter replacement, reset the air filter counter.
• For details on replacing the air filter, see P217 – P218.
Power counter
Indicates the total time that the projector has been connected to a power supply.
This value is not reset even if [Factory defaults] is executed.
Firmware
Update the projector firmware.
Check the version indicated before updating the firmware.
Update the projector firmware as follows.
1. Download updated firmware from the Canon website and store it at the root directory on a
USB flash drive.
2. Insert the USB flash drive in the USB port.
3. Follow the instructions shown to complete the update process.
• Firmware versions shown here are for illustration only and differ from actual
versions.
• In some cases, it may not be possible to download updates. For details, contact the
Canon Customer Support Center.
• Firmware updating takes a few minutes. During the update, the LED indicator will
flash in red. Do not turn off the projector while the LED is flashing. After the update,
the projector will automatically turn itself off and enter standby mode.
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Menu Description
Factory defaults
You can reset the menu item settings and restore the system settings to the factory defaults.
Option
Function
OK
Settings are reset to default.
Cancel
Settings are not reset to default.
Menu Guide
Menu Description
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Menu Description
Network settings
Settings described in this section apply to wired and wireless network
connections, setting a network password, and other aspects of networked
projection.
Menu screen when the input signal is HDMI
Menu
Function
Details
Network settings lock
Lock or unlock network settings, depending on
whether you wish to prevent changes.
P183
Network password
setting
Activate or deactivate password protection for
network settings.
P183
Register network
password
Set a network password.
P183
Network (wired/
wireless)
Enable or disable wired or wireless network
connectivity and the mode of operation.
P184
Detailed settings (wired)
Display and set advanced settings for wired
connections.
P185
Detailed settings
(wireless)
Display and set advanced settings for wireless
connections.
P189
PJLink*
Enable or disable PJLink.
P194
AMX Device Discovery*
Enable or disable AMX Device Discovery.
P195
Crestron RoomView*
Enable or disable Crestron RoomView.
P195
Information
Display network information.
P196
Menus that are not available are grayed out or hidden.
* Only available for wired connections.
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Menu Description
Network settings lock
> [Network settings] > [Network settings lock]
You can lock/unlock the network settings so that they cannot be changed.
Option
Function
Unlock
Cancels the lock and allows other network settings to be changed. The
password must be entered in order to cancel the lock. Use the [ ] / [ ] /
[ ] / [ ] buttons or number buttons on the remote control to enter the
4-digit network password.
Lock
Lock the settings.
• Forcibly canceling the network lock
Press these buttons in the following order to cancel the lock: [ ] [OK] [ ] [OK] [ ]
[OK]. This operation resets the network password to [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] ([1] [1] [1] [1]).
• Setting [Network password setting] to [Off] leaves network settings unlocked.
Network password setting
> [Network settings] > [Network password setting]
You can set whether or not a password is required in order to change the projector
network settings.
Option
Function
Off
A network password is not used.
On
A network password is used.
Register network password
> [Network settings] > [Register network password]
Menu Guide
Use the [ ] / [ ] / [ ] / [ ] buttons or number buttons on the remote control to enter
the projector network password.
Menu Description
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Menu Description
Network (wired/wireless)
> [Network settings] > [Network (wired/wireless)]
Enable or disable wired or wireless network connectivity and the mode of operation.
Specifying [Off] can save energy.
Option
Function
Off/Off
Disable the network function.
On/Off
Enable only wired networking.
On/On (Pj AP)
Enable both wired and wireless (PJ AP mode) networking.
Off/On (Pj AP)
Enable only wireless (PJ AP mode) networking.
Off/On (Infra)
Enable only wireless (infrastructure mode) networking.
Notes When Connected Wirelessly
• A message is displayed at the initial startup in PJ AP mode (P84) requesting that you
check security key settings.
• The [Network (wired/wireless)] setting cannot be changed when the projector is set to
[Primary] or [Secondary] in PC-free multi projection mode.
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Menu Description
Detailed settings (wired)
> [Network settings] > [Detailed settings (wired)]
Display and manually change the wired IP address, gateway address, and other
settings. Available only when wired networking is [On].
Menu
MAC address
Function
Wired MAC address of the projector.
Configure details of the projector’s wired LAN (IPv4) function.
Submenu
Detailed IPv4
address settings
Function
IP address
IP address of the wired LAN (IPv4).
Subnet mask
Subnet mask of the wired LAN (IPv4).
Gateway
address
Gateway address of the wired LAN (IPv4).
Function
Disables the DHCP function. TCP/IP
settings can be configured manually.
On
Enables the DHCP function.
Searches the DHCP server. It will no
longer be possible to enter TCP/IP
manual settings (IP address, subnet
mask, and gateway address),
because the IP address is acquired
from the DHCP server.
DHCP
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Menu Description
Off
Menu Guide
Option
Menu Description
Menu
Function
Submenu
Function
Change or specify the IP address, subnet mask, and
gateway address used for connections.
Detailed IPv4
address settings
TCP/IP
settings
• This menu is not available (grayed out)
when [DHCP] (P185) is [On].
• If an invalid value is entered, “Invalid entry.”
is displayed. In this case, enter a valid
value.
• When [Network (wired/wireless)] is set to
[On/On (Pj AP)], “Cannot set identical
segment IP” is displayed if you specify the
same subnetwork as in PJ AP mode. Enter
a different subnetwork, or change [Network
(wired/wireless)] to [On/Off] before entering
the wired IP address again.
Option
IPv6
Function
Off
Disables the projector’s wired LAN (IPv6) function.
On
Enables the projector’s wired LAN (IPv6) function.
[Detailed IPv6 address settings] is now available.
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Menu Description
Menu
Function
Configure details of the projector’s wired LAN (IPv6) function.
Submenu
Detailed IPv6
address settings
Function
Link local
Link-local address of the wired LAN (IPv6).
Auto
Automatic addresses (up to 5) of the wired LAN (IPv6).
Manual
Manual address of the wired LAN (IPv6).
Gateway
Gateway address of the wired LAN (IPv6).
Auto settings
Enable/disable automatic address setting of the wired
LAN (IPv6).
Manually configure settings of the wired LAN (IPv6).
Change or specify the IPv6 address, prefix length, and
gateway address.
Menu Guide
Manual
settings
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Menu Description
If an invalid value is entered, “Invalid entry.” is
displayed. In this case, enter a valid value.
Menu Description
Menu
Network setting
initialization
Function
The following network settings are initialized.
Settings configured from the projector menu
• Network settings lock (P183)
• Network password setting (P183)
• Register network password (P183)
• Network (wired/wireless) (P184)
• Detailed settings (wired) (P185)
- Detailed IPv4 address settings (P185)
- DHCP (wired LAN (IPv4)) (P185)
- TCP/IP settings (P186)
- IP address (wired LAN (IPv4)) (P185)
- Subnet mask (wired LAN (IPv4)) (P185)
- Gateway address (wired LAN (IPv4)) (P185)
- IPv6 (P186)
- Detailed IPv6 address settings (P187)
- Auto settings (P187)
- Manual settings (P187)
- IP address (wired LAN (IPv6)) (P187)
- Prefix length (P187)
- Gateway address (wired LAN (IPv6)) (P187)
• PC-free multi projection
Destination projector setting
[1]IP address – [9]IP address
• PJLink (P194)
• AMX Device Discovery settings (P195)
• Crestron RoomView settings (P195)
Settings configured from the web screen
• [Password] (P198)
• [Wired] (P204)
- IPv4
- DHCP (P205)
- IP address (P205)
- Subnet mask (P205)
- Default gateway (P205)
- IPv6
- IPv6 (P205)
- Autoconfiguration (P205)
- IP address (P205)
- Prefix length (P205)
- Default gateway (P205)
• [NMPJ Password] (P208)
• [Mail] (P209)
• [SNMP] (P211)
• [Projector info.] (P212)
• [PJLink] (P213)
• [IPsec] (P214)
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Menu Description
Detailed settings (wireless)
> [Network settings] > [Detailed settings (wireless)]
Display and manually change the wireless IP address, gateway address, and other
settings. Available only when wireless networking is [On].
Menu
Function
Mode
Shows the wireless connection mode (P84).
SSID
Shows the access point SSID.
Security
Shows the security setting.
Channel
Shows the channel used for the connection.
Signal strength
Shows actual signal strength, as measured.
MAC address
Wireless MAC address of the projector.
Select the method of connection in infrastructure mode.
Submenu
Function
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Menu Description
PIN
Connect in PIN mode.
Following the instructions shown, enter the displayed
8-digit PIN code on the wireless base station (access
point), and, within 10 minutes, select [OK] on the
screen.
Wi-Fi Protected
Setup
Menu Guide
PBC
Connect in PBC (push-button) mode.
Following the instructions shown, press the button on
the wireless base station (access point), and, within
2 minutes, select [OK] on the screen.
Menu Description
Menu
Function
Manually specify the projector’s wireless settings.
Submenu
Mode
Function
Shows the wireless connection mode (P84).
A list of available access point SSIDs is displayed. You
can find available access points nearby or use the
keyboard to enter an access point SSID.
Manual settings
SSID
Security
Select the wireless security from [Open], [WEP],
[WPA2 AES], or [WPA/WPA2 TKIP/AES]. In PJ AP
mode, choose from [Open] or [WPA2 AES].
Channel
Shows the current wireless channel (1 – 11).
Key ID
Select the wireless WEP key ID. Only available for
when security is set to [WEP].
Key type
Select the wireless security key input type. Not
available when security is set to [Open].
Key
Enter the wireless security key.
Not available when security is set to [Open].
Apply
Connect with the current settings.
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Menu Description
Menu
Function
Configure details of the projector’s wireless LAN (IPv4) function.
Submenu
Function
IP address
IP address of the projector’s wireless LAN (IPv4).
Subnet mask
Subnet mask of the projector’s wireless LAN (IPv4).
Gateway
address
Gateway address of the projector’s wireless LAN
(IPv4).
Enable or disable wireless DHCP on the projector.
Option
Detailed IPv4
address settings
Function
Off
Disables the DHCP function. TCP/IP
settings can be configured manually.
On
Enables the DHCP function.
Searches the DHCP server. It will no
longer be possible to enter TCP/IP
manual settings (IP address, subnet
mask, and gateway address),
because the IP address is acquired
from the DHCP server.
DHCP
Configure the projector’s wireless TCP/IP settings.
TCP/IP
settings
Menu Guide
• This menu is not available (grayed out)
when [DHCP] is [On].
• If an invalid value is entered, “Invalid entry.”
is displayed. In this case, enter a valid
value.
Menu Description
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Menu Description
Menu
Function
Option
IPv6
Function
Off
Disables the projector’s wireless LAN (IPv6) function.
On
Enables the projector’s wireless LAN (IPv6) function.
[Detailed IPv6 address settings] is now available.
IPv6 connectivity is not available in PJ AP mode (P184). The
[IPv6] and [Detailed IPv6 address settings] menus are grayed
out.
Configure details of the projector’s wireless LAN (IPv6) function.
Submenu
Detailed IPv6
address settings
Function
Link local
Link-local address of the wireless LAN (IPv6).
Auto
Automatic addresses (up to 5) of the wireless LAN
(IPv6).
Manual
Manual address of the wireless LAN (IPv6).
Gateway
Gateway address of the wireless LAN (IPv6).
Auto settings
Enable/disable automatic address setting of the
wireless LAN (IPv6).
Manually configure settings of the wireless LAN (IPv6).
Change or specify the IPv6 address, prefix length, and
gateway address.
Manual
settings
If an invalid value is entered, “Invalid entry.” is
displayed. In this case, enter a valid value.
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Menu Description
Menu
Network setting
initialization
Function
Menu Guide
The following network settings are initialized.
Settings configured from the projector menu
• Network settings lock (P183)
• Network password setting (P183)
• Register network password (P183)
• Network (wired/wireless) (P184)
• Detailed settings (wireless) (P189)
- Detailed IPv4 address settings (P191)
- DHCP (wireless LAN (IPv4)) (P191)
- TCP/IP settings (P191)
- IP address (wireless LAN (IPv4)) (P191)
- Subnet mask (wireless LAN (IPv4)) (P191)
- Gateway address (wireless LAN (IPv4)) (P191)
- IPv6 (P192)
- Detailed IPv6 address settings (P192)
- Auto settings (P192)
- Manual settings (P192)
- IP address (wireless LAN (IPv6)) (P192)
- Prefix length (P192)
- Gateway address (wireless LAN (IPv6)) (P192)
Settings configured from the web screen
• [Password] (P198)
• [Wireless] (P206)
- IPv4
- DHCP (P206)
- IP address (P206)
- Subnet mask (P206)
- Default gateway (P206)
- IPv6
- IPv6 (P207)
- Autoconfiguration (P207)
- IP address (P207)
- Prefix length (P207)
- Default gateway (P207)
• [NMPJ Password] (P208)
• [Mail] (P209)
• [Projector info.] (P212)
• [IPsec] (P214)
Menu Description
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Menu Description
PJLink
> [Network settings] > [PJLink]
You can enable or disable the PJLink network function of the projector.
When the function is turned on, control is possible via the network using commands
that meet PJLink standards.
Option
Function
Off
Disables the PJLink function.
On
Enables the PJLink function.
• The projector conforms to Class 2 as defined in PJLink standards established by the
Japan Business Machine and Information System Industries Association (JBMIA). This
projector supports all commands that are defined by PJLink Class 2, and PJLink
compatibility has been verified.
- The port number for PJLink command transmission is 4352 (TCP).
- The port number for PJLink device searching is 4352 (UDP).
- For details on using PJLink, see “Setting PJLink [PJLink]” (P213).
Sources and corresponding input terminals
Input source number
Input signal name
11
Analog PC-1
12
Analog PC-2
13
Component
31
Digital PC
32
HDMI
33
DisplayPort
41
USB
51
LAN
52
HDBaseT
What is PJLink?
It allows centralized control of projectors and operation from a controller for all projectors
regardless of manufacturer.
The objective is for JBMIA to improve convenience for users and expand the use of
projectors through early systemization for network monitoring and control of projectors,
which will become the mainstream in the future.
Class 1: Standardization of control and monitoring specifications for basic projector
functions
Class 2: Standardizes commands added to Class 1, device searching, state notification,
and IPv6 support.
For PJLink specifications, visit the Japan Business Machine and Information System
Industries Association website.
PJLink website: http://pjlink.jbmia.or.jp/english/
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Menu Description
AMX Device Discovery
> [Network settings] > [AMX Device Discovery]
This setting enables other equipment compatible with AMX Device Discovery to
detect the projector over a network. For networks without AMX Device Discovery,
select [Off].
Option
Function
Off
Disables AMX Device Discovery.
On
Enables AMX Device Discovery. The projector will periodically
send out AMX beacon packets over the network.
• For details on AMX Device Discovery, visit the AMX website.
http://www.amx.com
Crestron RoomView
> [Network settings] > [Crestron RoomView]
Crestron RoomView enables centralized management of multiple projectors over a
network. Networked projectors can be remotely controlled to troubleshoot issues,
or turn the projectors on or off. Specify whether to use Crestron RoomView.
Option
Function
Off
Disable Crestron RoomView.
On
Enables Crestron RoomView. A port for RoomView will be
opened, and the projector will respond to CIP packets.
Communication is possible via the RoomView Express/Server
application or via Crestron Controller (P214).
Menu Guide
• For details on Crestron RoomView, visit the Crestron® website.
http://www.crestron.com
Menu Description
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Menu Description
Information
> [Network settings] > [Information]
Shows network information.
Menu
Function
E-mail sender address
Sender e-mail address for sending error messages (P209).
E-mail recipient address
[Already set] or [Not set] is shown, indicating whether a
recipient e-mail address has been set for error messages
(P209).
Detailed
information
(wired)
Detailed
information
(wireless)
IPv4
IPv6
IP address of the wired LAN (IPv4).
Link local
Link-local IP address of the wired LAN (IPv6).
Auto
Automatic IP address of the wired LAN (IPv6).
Manual
Manual IP address of the wired LAN (IPv6).
Link local
Link-local IP address of the wireless LAN (IPv6).
Auto
Automatic IP address of the wireless LAN (IPv6).
Manual
Manual IP address of the wireless LAN (IPv6).
IPv4
IPv6
IP address of the wireless LAN (IPv4).
• [Detailed information (wired)] menu information is displayed when [Network (wired/
wireless)] is set to [On/*].
• [Detailed information (wireless)] menu information is displayed when [Network (wired/
wireless)] is set to [*/On].
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Menu Description
Checking Projector Information
You can check information about the signal types of the images projected
and other information.
Menu
Function
Model name
Shows the model name.
Input signal
Details of the input signal currently selected
Information such as the type, resolution, frequency, and color
format of the signal is displayed.
Firmware
Current firmware version
Serial no.
Serial number unique to this projector
Shows the total time the projector has been on.
IP address (wired)*
IP address (IPv4) for wired connections.
IP address (wireless)*
IP address (IPv4) for wireless connections.
Projector name*
Name which identifies this projector on the network
Comments*
Comments such as the location in which the projector is installed
are displayed (P212).
System information ID
System information. Normally this is not displayed.
* No value is displayed when [Network (wired/wireless)] is set to [Off/Off].
Some values may not be displayed, depending on [Network (wired/wireless)]
settings. ( : displayed, —: not displayed)
Network
(wired/wireless)
Off/Off
—
IP address (wireless)
—
Projector name
—
Comments
—
—
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On/On
(Pj AP)
Off/On
(Pj AP)
Off/On
(Infra)
—
—
Menu Description
IP address (wired)
On/Off
Menu Guide
Projector usage time
Projector Web Screen Menu
This section describes the projector’s web screen menu.
Setting a Password [Password]
From [Password] in the settings screen, you can set a user name and password for
web screen login. For the setting procedure, see “Network Setting” (P91).
Item
Explanation
Factory default setting
User name
When logging into the web screen,
enter the user name in 1-byte
alphanumeric characters and symbols
(4 – 15 characters).
root
New password
When logging into the web screen,
enter the password in 1-byte
alphanumeric characters and symbols
(4 – 15 characters).
system
Confirm new password
For confirmation, enter the same
password that you entered in [New
password].
system
We recommend changing the default password.
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Projector Web Screen Menu
Setting the Date and Time [Date and time settings]
From [Date and time settings] in the settings screen, you can set time settings such
as the current date and time, date/time display format, time zone, and daylight
saving time. For the setting procedure, see “Network Setting” (P91).
Item
Date and
time
Explanation
Factory default setting
2018/01/01
Indication
order
Choose [YYYY/MM/DD], [MM/DD/
YYYY], or [DD/MM/YYYY] as the date
display format.
YYYY/MM/DD
Time
Enter the time in 1-byte numbers, in the
range 00:00:00 to 23:59:59.
00:00:00
Time zone
Select a city in your time zone.
(GMT) Dublin, Lisbon,
London
SNTP
Select whether to turn the SNTP
(Simple Network Time Protocol)
function on or off.
Choosing [ON (IPv4)] will prevent you
from configuring the following settings.
[Date]
[Time]
[IPv6 SNTP server IP address]
Choosing [ON (IPv6)] will prevent you
from configuring the following settings.
[Date]
[Time]
[IPv4 SNTP server IP address]
OFF
IPv4 SNTP
server IP
address
Enter the IPv4 SNTP server IP address
in 1-byte numbers.
0.0.0.0
IPv6 SNTP
server IP
address
Enter the IPv6 SNTP server IP address
in 1-byte numbers.
<Blank>
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Projector Web Screen Menu
Enter the date in 1-byte numbers.
Menu Guide
Date
Projector Web Screen Menu
Item
Summer
time
Explanation
Factory default setting
ON / OFF
Select whether to turn the summer time
function on or off (Time adjustment one
hour ahead at the beginning of daylight
saving time and one hour back at the
end).
Choosing [OFF] will prevent you from
configuring the following settings.
[Start point Month]
[Start point Week]
[Start point Day]
[Start point Time]
[Finish point Month]
[Finish point Week]
[Finish point Day]
[Finish point Time]
OFF
Start point
Month
Select the month when daylight saving
time begins.
1
Start point
Week
Select the week when daylight saving
time beings.
1
Start point
Day
Select the day when daylight saving
time begins.
Mon
Start point
Time
Enter the starting time for daylight
saving time in 1-byte numbers, in the
range 00:00 to 23:59.
00:00
Finish point
Month
Select the month when daylight saving
time ends.
1
Finish point
Week
Select the week when daylight saving
time ends.
1
Finish point
Day
Select the day when daylight saving
time ends.
Mon
Finish point
Time
Enter the ending time for daylight
saving time in 1-byte numbers, in the
range 00:00 to 23:59.
00:00
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Projector Web Screen Menu
Setting a Scheduling [Schedule]
From [Schedule] in the settings screen, you can automate some projector tasks by
scheduling them. As the timing of scheduled operation, choose from [Usually],
which is not during a certain period, or one of five special period times (Period.1 –
Period.5) that you set up. For the setting procedure, see “Network Setting” (P91).
Item
Schedule
view
Explanation
Factory default setting
Period.1
Time setting
In the left box, enter the starting date of
the specific period you are scheduling,
and in the right box, enter the ending
date, using 1-byte numbers.
Dates of periods cannot be set to
overlap.
2018/01/01
Usually
Shows the usual schedule, which can
be turned on or off by selecting the
check boxes.
Cleared (OFF)
Period.1
Shows the timing of the scheduled
period 1. Can be turned on or off by
selecting the check box.
Cleared (OFF)
Period.2
Shows the timing of the scheduled
period 2. Can be turned on or off by
selecting the check box.
Cleared (OFF)
Period.3
Shows the timing of the scheduled
period 3. Can be turned on or off by
selecting the check box.
Cleared (OFF)
Period.4
Shows the timing of the scheduled
period 4. Can be turned on or off by
selecting the check box.
Cleared (OFF)
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Projector Web Screen Menu
Select a specific period to configure.
Menu Guide
Select
period
Projector Web Screen Menu
Item
Schedule
view
Period.5
Time Schedule
Explanation
Factory default setting
Shows the timing of the scheduled
period 5. Can be turned on or off by
selecting the check box.
Cleared (OFF)
Shows times and days of the week of
the usual schedule or period schedule
selected in [Schedule view].
Green vertical line: projector on; gray
vertical line: projector off; blue vertical
line: switch input signals.
Up to 8 schedules can be set per day.
—
Clicking an item in [Time Schedule] displays the [Edit schedule] screen, enabling
you to edit the schedule of the selected day or time.
Item
Edit
schedule
Explanation
Factory default setting
Day
Shows the day of the week for the
selected schedule.
Time
Enter the automatic execution time in 1- <Blank>
byte numbers, in the range 00:00 to
23:59.
Operation
As the operation for automatic
execution, choose [Power], [Input], or
[Calibration].
Power
Parameter
As parameters for automatic execution,
choose from the following options.
• When [Operation] is set to [Power]:
[ON] / [OFF]
• When [Operation] is set to [Input]:
[HDMI] / [DisplayPort] / [D_PC] /
[A_PC1] / [A_PC2] / [COMP] /
[HDBaseT] / [LAN] / [USB]
ON
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—
Projector Web Screen Menu
Clicking [Add schedule] in [Time Schedule] displays the [Add schedule] screen,
enabling you to add a new schedule to the selected usual schedule or period
schedule.
Item
Add
schedule
Explanation
Factory default setting
Select a day of the week for automatic
execution. Multiple days can be
selected.
Cleared
Time
Enter the automatic execution time in 1- <Blank>
byte numbers, in the range 00:00 to
23:59.
Operation
As the operation for automatic
execution, choose [Power] or [Input].
Power
Parameter
As parameters for automatic execution,
choose from the following options.
• When [Operation] is set to [Power]:
[ON] / [OFF]
• When [Operation] is set to [Input]:
[D_PC] / [A_PC1] / [A_PC2] /
[COMP] / [HDMI] / [HDBaseT] /
[DisplayPort] / [USB] / [LAN]
• When [Operation] is set to
[Calibration]:
LIGHT
ON
Menu Guide
Day
Projector Web Screen Menu
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Projector Web Screen Menu
Clicking [Copy schedule to different day] in [Time Schedule] displays the [Schedule
copy] screen, enabling you to copy a schedule to any day for the selected usual
schedule or period schedule.
Item
Schedule
copy
Explanation
Factory default setting
Copy origin
Select the day to copy from.
Mon
Registration
Events
Shows schedule details on the selected
day.
<Blank>
Copy to day
Select the day to copy to. Multiple days
can be selected.
Cleared
Basic Wired Network Settings [Wired]
From [Wired] on the settings screen, you can complete basic network information
for wired connections. For the setting procedure, see “Network Setting” (P91).
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Projector Web Screen Menu
Item
Explanation
Factory default setting
MAC address
Shows the projector’s wired MAC
address.
The projector’s wired
MAC address
IPv4
address
DHCP
Select whether to turn the DHCP
function on or off for wired LAN (IPv4).
The following settings cannot be
configured manually when this setting is
[ON], because the IP address is
acquired from the DHCP server.
[IP address]
[Subnet mask]
[Default gateway]
OFF
IP address
Enter the projector’s wired LAN (IPv4)
IP address in 1-byte numbers.
192.168.254.254
Subnet
mask
Enter the wired LAN (IPv4) subnet mask
in 1-byte numbers.
255.255.255.0
Default
gateway
Enter the wired LAN (IPv4) default
gateway address in 1-byte numbers.
0.0.0.0
IPv6
Specify on or off for the IPv6 function of
the wired LAN (IPv6).
Choosing [OFF] will prevent you from
configuring the following settings.
[Autoconfiguration]
[IP address]
[Prefix length]
[Default gateway]
OFF
IPv6
address
IP address
Enter the wired LAN (IPv6) address in
1-byte numbers or letters between A
and F.
<Blank>
Prefix length
Enter the wired LAN (IPv6) prefix length
in 1-byte numbers.
<Blank>
Default
gateway
Enter the wired LAN (IPv6) default
gateway address in 1-byte numbers or
letters between A and F.
<Blank>
If settings related to TCP/IP were changed, it is necessary to disconnect and reconnect to
the network.
If the network subnet mask was changed, select [Subnet mask] in the above screen and
set the new subnet mask.
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Projector Web Screen Menu
ON
Menu Guide
Autoconfigu- Select on or off for the auto setting
ration
function of the wired LAN (IPv6).
Choosing [ON] will prevent you from
configuring the following settings.
[IP address]
[Prefix length]
[Default gateway]
Projector Web Screen Menu
Basic Wireless Network Settings [Wireless]
From [Wireless] on the settings screen, you can complete basic network
information for wireless connections. For the setting procedure, see “Network
Setting” (P91).
Item
Explanation
Factory default setting
MAC address
Shows the projector’s wireless MAC
address.
The projector’s wireless
MAC address
IPv4
address
DHCP
Select whether to turn the DHCP
function on or off for wireless LAN
(IPv4). The following settings cannot be
configured manually when this setting is
[ON], because the IP address is
acquired from the DHCP server.
[IP address]
[Subnet mask]
[Default gateway]
OFF
IP address
Enter the projector’s wireless LAN
(IPv4) IP address in 1-byte numbers.
192.168.253.254
Subnet
mask
Enter the wireless LAN (IPv4) subnet
mask in 1-byte numbers.
255.255.255.0
Default
gateway
Enter the wireless LAN (IPv4) default
gateway address in 1-byte numbers.
0.0.0.0
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Projector Web Screen Menu
Item
IPv6
address
Wireless
setting
IPv6
Explanation
Specify on or off for the wireless LAN
(IPv6) function.
Choosing [OFF] will prevent you from
configuring the following settings.
[Autoconfiguration]
[IP address]
[Prefix length]
[Default gateway]
Factory default setting
OFF
IP address
Enter the wireless LAN (IPv6) IP
address in 1-byte numbers or letters
between A and F.
<Blank>
Prefix length
Enter the wireless LAN (IPv6) prefix
length in 1-byte numbers.
<Blank>
Default
gateway
Enter the wireless LAN (IPv6) default
gateway address in 1-byte numbers or
letters between A and F.
<Blank>
Wi-Fi
Protected
Setup
Select a method of establishing a
wireless connection. Not available in PJ
AP wireless LAN mode.
None (Manual)
Mode
Display or select the wireless
connection mode. Not available in PJ
AP wireless LAN mode.
infrastructure mode
(select)
Select SSID
Select the wireless access point’s SSID.
Not available in PJ AP wireless LAN
mode.
<Blank>
SSID
Display or select the wireless access
<Blank>
point’s SSID. Partial SSID editing is
supported in PJ AP wireless LAN mode.
Security
Display or select the wireless security
setting value.
Open
Channel
Display or select the wireless channel
number. Not available when the
wireless LAN mode is infrastructure
mode.
6
Key ID
Display or select the wireless WEP key
ID. Not available when security is set to
other than WEP.
1
Key type
Select the wireless security key input
type. Not available in PJ AP wireless
LAN mode.
ASCII
Key
Enter the wireless security key.
<Blank>
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Projector Web Screen Menu
ON
Menu Guide
Autoconfigu- Select on or off for the auto setting
ration
function of the wireless LAN (IPv6).
Choosing [ON] will prevent you from
configuring the following settings.
[IP address]
[Prefix length]
[Default gateway]
Projector Web Screen Menu
• If settings related to TCP/IP were changed, it is necessary to disconnect and reconnect
to the network. If the network subnet mask was changed, select [Subnet mask] in the
above screen and set the new subnet mask.
• IPv6 connectivity is not available in PJ AP mode (P84). [IPv6 address] is grayed out.
• For partial SSID editing when connected in PJ AP wireless LAN mode (P84), you can
edit the portion between PJ- and _Canon0D. Enter 1-byte alphanumeric characters,
including hyphens and underscores (1 – 15 characters).
Specifying Networked Multi-Projection Settings [NMPJ Password]
From [NMPJ Password] in the settings screen, you can specify the items needed
for NMPJ authentication. For the setting procedure, see “Network Setting” (P91).
Item
Explanation
Factory default setting
Password
Enter the password required for a
networked multi-projection connection
in 1-byte alphanumeric characters (0 –
15 characters).
Confirm password
For confirmation, enter the same
<Blank>
password as you entered in [Password].
<Blank>
For details on Networked Multi-Projection (NMPJ), refer to the NMPJ user’s manual.
User’s manual download site: http://www.canon.com/iprj/
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Projector Web Screen Menu
Setting Up Email [Mail]
From [Mail] in the settings screen, you can set the items necessary to send error
mails and test mails. For the setting procedure, see “Network Setting” (P91).
Item
Explanation
Factory default setting
OFF
To:
Enter the recipient address for error
mails in 1-byte alphanumeric characters
and symbols (1 – 63 characters).
MailUserAccount
Cc:
Enter the CC address for error mails in
1-byte alphanumeric characters and
symbols (1 – 63 characters).
<Blank>
From:
Enter the sender address for error mails
in 1-byte alphanumeric characters and
symbols (1 – 63 characters).
[email protected]
IPv4 SMTP server IP
address
Enter the SMTP server IP address
(IPv4) in 1-byte numbers.
0.0.0.0
IPv4 SMTP server port
number
Enter the SMTP server port number
(IPv4) in 1-byte numbers (1 – 65535).
25
IPv6 SMTP server IP
address
Enter the SMTP server IP address
(IPv6) in 1-byte numbers.
<Blank>
IPv6 SMTP server port
number
Enter the SMTP server port number
(IPv6) in 1-byte numbers (1 – 65535).
25
Mail resend interval*
Enter the interval for resending mail
when an error occurred (unit: seconds)
within the range of 0 – 59 seconds
using 1-byte numbers.
10
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Projector Web Screen Menu
Select whether to turn the error mail
sending function on or off, and IPv4 or
IPv6 for the network to use.
Menu Guide
Error report
Projector Web Screen Menu
Item
Mail resend times
Explanation
Enter the number of times to resend
mail when an error occurred within the
range of 0 – 255 using 1-byte numbers.
Factory default setting
3
* When the interval is set to 0 seconds, repeated attempts to send mail are made
(as set in [Mail resend times]) without pausing between attempts.
Mail Authentication Settings
From [Mail auth] under [Mail] in the settings screen, you can configure the settings
for authentication of mail that is sent when an error occurs. For the setting
procedure, see “Network Setting” (P91).
Item
Explanation
Factory default setting
Mail authentication
Select the mail authentication method. If
[OFF] is selected, the other mail
authentication settings cannot be
changed.
OFF
User name
Enter the user name to use for mail
authentication in 1-byte alphanumeric
characters and symbols (1 – 63
characters).
<Blank>
Password
Enter the password for mail
authentication in 1-byte alphanumeric
characters and symbols (1 – 63
characters).
<Blank>
Confirm password
For confirmation, enter the same
<Blank>
password as you entered in [Password].
IPv4 POP3 server IP
address
Enter the POP3 server IP address
(IPv4) in 1-byte numbers.
0.0.0.0
IPv4 POP3 server port
number
Enter the POP3 server port number
(IPv4) in 1-byte numbers (1 – 65535).
110
IPv6 POP3 server IP
address
Enter the POP3 server IP address
(IPv6) in 1-byte numbers.
<Blank>
IPv6 POP3 server port
number
Enter the POP3 server port number
(IPv6) in 1-byte numbers (1 – 65535).
110
POP before SMTP
response time
Enter the SMTP authentication timeout
period after POP3 authentication (unit:
milliseconds) using 1-byte numbers (0 –
9999 milliseconds).
300
Sending a Test Mail
You can send a test mail to the mail address specified in [Mail] under [Mail] in the
settings screen by clicking [Send test mail] at the bottom of the screen.
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Projector Web Screen Menu
SNMP Settings [SNMP]
From [SNMP] in the settings screen, you can configure the settings related to
control of projectors which use SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol). For
the setting procedure, see “Network Setting” (P91).
Item
Explanation
Factory default setting
Select the SNMP function version. If
[OFF] is selected, the other settings in
this screen cannot be configured.
OFF
Receive community
Enter the community name which will
receive projector information in 1-byte
alphanumeric characters and symbols
(1 – 15 characters).
<Blank>
Password
Enter the community settings password
in 1-byte alphanumeric characters and
symbols (8 – 15 characters). It can be
set only when the SNMP version is V3.
<Blank>
Confirm password
For confirmation, enter the same
<Blank>
password as you entered in [Password].
Menu Guide
SNMP
Projector Web Screen Menu
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Projector Web Screen Menu
Setting Projector Information [Projector info.]
From [Projector info.] in the settings screen, you can enter relevant comments such
as projector names and locations where projectors are installed so that the
information can be used to identify projectors when multiple projectors are installed
on the network. For the setting procedure, see “Network Setting” (P91).
Item
Explanation
Factory default setting
Projector name
Enter the projector name in 1-byte
alphanumeric characters and symbols
(1 – 63 characters).
Canon Projector001
Comment
Enter any relevant notes, such as
where the projector is installed.
<Blank>
Some characters such as # cannot be used for [Projector name] and [Comment].
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Projector Web Screen Menu
Setting PJLink [PJLink]
From [PJLink] in the settings screen, you can set the PJLink functions which are the
standard for projector management on a network. For the setting procedure, see
“Network Setting” (P91). For information about PJLink, see “What is PJLink?”
(P194).
Item
Explanation
Factory default setting
ON
PJLink authentication
Select whether to turn the PJLink
authentication function on or off. If
[OFF] is selected, it is not possible to
change the following items.
[Password]
[Confirm password]
ON
Password
Enter the PJLink authentication
password in 1-byte alphanumeric
characters (1 – 32 characters).
system
Confirm password
For confirmation, enter the same
password that you entered in
[Password].
system
Notify 1
Specify whether to send spontaneous
state notification. Choosing [OFF] will
prevent you from configuring [Notify 1
IP Address].
OFF
Notify 1 IP Address
If [Notify 1] is [ON], specify the IP
address to receive notification.
<Blank>
Notify 2
Configure for notification to multiple
recipients.
OFF
Notify 2 IP Address
If [Notify 2] is [ON], specify the IP
address to receive notification.
<Blank>
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Projector Web Screen Menu
Turn the PJLink function on or off. If
[OFF] is selected, the other settings in
this screen cannot be configured.
Menu Guide
PJLink
Projector Web Screen Menu
Setting Up a Controller Manufactured by Crestron Electronics
[Crestron]
The [Crestron e-Control] screen will open. For details on the Crestron Controller,
visit the Crestron website.
http://www.crestron.com
Setting Up IPsec [IPsec]
IPsec is a set of protocols designed to prevent the IP packets sent and received
over a network from being intercepted, tampered with, or otherwise compromised.
Because IPsec adds security to a basic Internet layer, it is intended to ensure
security without relying on applications or network configurations.
Item
Explanation
Factory default setting
IPsec
Select whether to turn the IPsec
function on or off.
OFF
Pre-Shared key
Enter the pre-shared key used to
establish IKE SAs.
<Blank>
Exempt HTTP from
IPsec
Specify whether HTTP communication
is exempt from IPsec encryption (ON) or
not (OFF).
ON
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Projector Web Screen Menu
• When IPsec is used, the projector must be configured to match the IPsec operating
conditions set on other devices that will communicate with the projector.
• IPsec operating conditions supported by the projector can be checked on the
projector’s web screen.
• Setting [Exempt HTTP from IPsec] to [OFF] will prevent access to the projector’s web
screen if IPsec is accidentally enabled on other devices used for communication with
the projector.
To avoid blocking access, you can configure this setting to exclude HTTP communication
from IPsec.
• [Standby power setting] is set to [Normal] and cannot be changed when IPsec is
enabled.
• Enabling IPsec will require correct IPsec settings on other devices connected to the
projector, such as computers.
• IPsec settings cannot be changed when [DHCP] (IPv4) is enabled.
• When IPsec is enabled, [DHCP] (IPv4) and [Auto settings] (IPv6) cannot be changed.
• When IPsec is enabled, [TCP/IP] (IPv4) and [Manual settings] (IPv6) cannot be
changed.
Menu Guide
Projector Web Screen Menu
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Maintenance /
Product Specifications /
Troubleshooting
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Maintenance
Cleaning the Projector
Clean the projector frequently to prevent dust from settling on the surface.
A dirty lens may ruin the quality of the projected image.
Do not use adhesives, lubricants, oils, or alkaline detergents for
maintenance of the projector. They could adhere to the cabinet and
damage it, possibly resulting in the projector falling from its mounting
and causing an accident or personal injury.
Before cleaning the projector, always turn it off, unplug it after the
cooling fan stops, and wait at least one hour. Otherwise, you may get
burned because the main unit is very hot immediately after the
projector is turned off.
Wipe the projector’s main unit softly with a soft cloth.
If the projector is heavily soiled, soak the cloth in water with a small amount of
detergent in it, squeeze the cloth thoroughly, and then wipe the projector with it.
After cleaning, wipe the projector with a dry cloth.
Replacing the Air Filter
Follow the procedure below when replacing the air filter.
1
2
Turn off the projector power and remove the power plug.
Place your finger on the notch
under the filter unit on the side of
the projector and pull the filter
unit out.
Maintenance / Product Specifications / Troubleshooting
• Never use volatile cleaning liquid or benzine, as
these may damage the finish of the projector.
• Do not use a chemical dust cloth.
• The lens surface is easily damaged, so do not use
a hard cloth or tissues.
Maintenance
Air filter
Air filter frame handle
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Maintenance
3
Press up on the air filter from
below and remove it from the air
filter frame.
Air filter
Air filter frame
4
Install a new air filter in the air
filter frame.
5
Securely insert the
frame holding the air
filter, all the way into
the projector.
• After air filter replacement, reset [Air filter counter] (P180).
• Handle the air filter carefully. If damaged, the air filter will not work properly.
• To purchase an air filter (part no: RS-FL05), contact the Canon Customer Support
Center.
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Product Specifications
■ Supported Signal Types
This projector supports the following signal types.
If your computer or AV equipment is compatible with any one of these signal types,
the projector’s Auto PC function selects the input signal type to project an image
appropriately.
Analog PC
Resolution (dots)
Signal type
640 x 480
720 x 480
720 x 576
800 x 600
848 x 480
1024 x 768
VGA
–
–
SVGA
–
XGA
1280 x 768
1280 x 800
WXGA
–
SXGA
–
1400 x 1050
SXGA+
1440 x 900
WXGA+
1600 x 900
1600 x 1200
–
UXGA
1680 x 1050
WSXGA+
1920 x 1080
–
1920 x 1200
WUXGA
Digital PC
Signal type
640 x 480
720 x 480
720 x 576
800 x 600
1024 x 768
D-VGA
–
–
D-SVGA
D-XGA
1280 x 720
–
1280 x 800
D-WXGA
1280 x 1024
1366 x 768
D-SXGA
–
1400 x 1050
D-SXGA+
1440 x 900
D-WXGA+
1600 x 900
1600 x 1200
–
D-UXGA
1680 x 1050
D-WSXGA+
1920 x 1080
–
Horizontal frequency Vertical frequency (Hz)
(kHz)
31.469
59.940
31.469
59.940
31.250
50.000
37.879
60.317
48.363
60.004
37.500
50.000
45.000
60.000
49.702
59.810
49.306
59.910
63.981
60.020
47.712
59.790
64.744
59.948
65.317
59.978
55.935
59.887
55.469
59.901
60.000
60.000
75.000
60.000
64.674
59.883
65.290
59.954
27.000
24.000
56.250
50.000
67.500
60.000
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Product Specifications
Resolution (dots)
Maintenance / Product Specifications / Troubleshooting
1280 x 960
1280 x 1024
1366 x 768
Horizontal frequency Vertical frequency (Hz)
(kHz)
31.469
59.940
31.469
59.940
31.250
50.000
37.879
60.317
31.020
60.000
48.363
60.004
47.776
59.870
47.396
59.995
49.702
59.810
49.306
59.910
60.000
60.000
63.981
60.020
47.712
59.790
64.744
59.948
65.317
59.978
55.935
59.887
55.469
59.901
60.000
60.000
75.000
60.000
64.674
59.883
65.290
59.954
56.250
50.000
67.500
60.000
74.038
59.950
Product Specifications
Resolution (dots)
Signal type
1080PsF
(1920 x 1080i)
–
1920 x 1200
D-WUXGA
Horizontal frequency Vertical frequency (Hz)
(kHz)
27.000
24.000
28.125
25.000
33.750
30.000
74.038
59.950
HDMI/DisplayPort/HDBaseT
Connecting to a computer
Resolution (dots)
Signal type
640 x 480
800 x 600
1024 x 768
VGA
SVGA
XGA
1280 x 800
WXGA
1280 x 1024
1366 x 768
SXGA
–
1400 x 1050
SXGA+
1440 x 900
WXGA+
1600 x 900
1600 x 1200
–
UXGA
1680 x 1050
WSXGA+
1920 x 1200
WUXGA
Horizontal frequency Vertical frequency (Hz)
(kHz)
31.469
59.940
37.879
60.317
48.363
60.004
49.702
59.810
49.306
59.910
63.981
60.020
47.712
59.790
64.744
59.948
65.317
59.978
55.935
59.887
55.469
59.901
60.000
60.000
75.000
60.000
64.674
59.883
65.290
59.954
74.038
59.950
Connecting with AV equipment
Signal type
480p
576p
720p
1080i
1080p
Horizontal frequency (kHz)
31.469
31.250
37.500
45.000
28.125
33.750
27.000
56.250
67.500
Vertical frequency (Hz)
59.940
50.000
50.000
60.000
50.000
60.000
24.000
50.000
60.000
Component
Signal type
480i
480p
576i
576p
Horizontal frequency (kHz)
Vertical frequency (Hz)
15.734
59.940
31.469
59.940
15.625
50.000
31.250
50.000
37.500
50.000
720p
45.000
60.000
28.125
50.000
1080i
33.750
60.000
56.250
50.000
1080p
67.500
60.000
27.000
24.000
1080PsF
28.125
25.000
33.750
30.000
* The specifications in the table above are subject to change without notice.
* This projector does not support any computer output signal with a dot clock of higher than 162 MHz.
* Use a computer cable in which all pins are connected. If the cable is a type in which all pins are not
connected, the image may not be correctly displayed.
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Product Specifications
■ Projector
WUX7000Z
WUX6600Z
WUX5800Z
Reflective liquid crystal panel (LCOS) : 3 panels
Color separation by dichroic mirror / polarizing beam splitter
Optical system
and color composition by prism
Effective display area size 0.71'' / 16:10
Effective number of pixels 2,304,000 (1920 x 1200)
Other features
Active matrix system
Zoom (*4)
1.5x (Electric)
Focus
Electric
Lens shift (*4)(*5)
V: -15% to +55% (Electric), H: ±10% (Electric)
Focal length (*4)
f = 23.0 to 34.5 mm (0.9'' - 1.4'')
F value (*4)
F1.89 to F2.65
Light
source
Projection
lens
Display
device
Model name
Display system
Type
Display
resolution
Video signals
Video signal
input terminal
90%
1W, monaural
See “Supported Signal Types” (P219 – P220)
Computer signal input
Maximum input resolution 1920 x 1200 dots
Video signal input
Maximum input resolution 1920 x 1200 dots
Digital video input
Component video input
Mini D-sub 15-pin
DVI-I
HDMI
DisplayPort
RJ-45
Mini jack
Mini jack
Mini jack
RS-232C
WUXGA / UXGA / WSXGA+ / SXGA+ / WXGA+ / FWXGA /
WXGA / SXGA / XGA / SVGA / VGA
WUXGA / UXGA / WSXGA+ / SXGA+ / WXGA+ / FWXGA /
WXGA / SXGA / XGA / SVGA / VGA
1080p / 1080i / 720p / 576p / 480p
1080p / 1080i / 720p / 576p / 576i / 480p / 480i
Analog PC, Component
Digital PC, Analog PC (29-pin DVI connector)
Digital PC, Digital Video
Digital PC, Digital Video
HDBaseT input (video / audio / control / network)
AUDIO IN
AUDIO OUT
Wired remote control
CONTROL (Dsub9)
USB
USB Type A
Analog PC input
Digital PC input
Noise (Light source mode:
Normal / Quiet 1 / Quiet 2)
Operating temperature
Power supply
36 / 32 / 29 dB
36 / 32 / 29 dB
0°C (32°F) to 45°C (113°F)
AC100V to 240V 50 / 60Hz
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35 / 32 / 29 dB
Product Specifications
Other terminals
and connectors
Minimum: 101.6 cm (40'') to Maximum: 1524 cm (600''),
Projection distance: 1.3 m to 29.0 m (4.3'- 95.1')
16,770,000 colors
7000lm
6600lm
5800lm
4000:1
Maintenance / Product Specifications / Troubleshooting
Image size / Projection distance
(*4)
Number of colors
Brightness (*1) (*2)
Contrast ratio (*1) (*3)
Ratio of brightness at periphery
to center (*1) (*4)
Speaker
Supported input signal types
Blue laser diode + yellow phosphor
Product Specifications
Power consumption
in standby mode
Model name
Maximum power consumption
Networking off, Serial
communication: Service
port
Networking on, Serial
communication: Service
port
Networking off, Serial
communication: HDBaseT
Networking on, Serial
communication: HDBaseT
Standard dimensions
Weight
Wireless
connectivity
Accessories
WUX7000Z
540W
WUX6600Z
520W
WUX5800Z
470W
0.28W
1.6W
1.5W
1.6W
480 mm (W) x 196 mm (H) x 545 mm (D) / 18.9 (W) x 7.7 (H) x
21.5 (D) in
Approx. 17 kg / 37.5 lbs (not including projection lens unit)
Remote control, remote control dry-cell batteries, power
cord, Important Information and Warranty Card
Standards
IEEE802.11b/g/n
Supported channels
1 CH - 11 CH
Frequency band
2.4 GHz
(*1) Compliance with ISO21118-2012
(*2) When using a Standard Zoom Lens (RS-SL01ST) under the following conditions:
[Image mode] > [Presentation], [Motion blur reduction] > [Off], [Light source mode] > [Normal]
To protect the projector, light output may be lowered as the ambient temperature rises.
(*3) When using a Standard Zoom Lens (RS-SL01ST) under the following conditions:
[Image mode] > [Presentation], [Motion blur reduction] > [Off], [Light source mode] > [Normal],
[Iris] > [Close 9]
(*4) When using a Standard Zoom Lens (RS-SL01ST).
(*5) In [Normal] lens shift mode
* 99.99% or more of the LCD panel pixels are effective. During projection, 0.01% or less of pixels
may stay lit or unlit due to the characteristics of the LCD panel.
* Using the projector continuously for an extended period of time may accelerate the deterioration of
optical parts.
* Product specifications and appearance are subject to change without prior notice.
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Product Specifications
■ Remote Control
Type
RS-RC07
Power supply
Operating range
Dimensions
DC 3.0V, using two AAA-size batteries
Approx. 8 m ±25° horizontal and vertical (to infrared remote receiver)
46.5 mm (W) x 23 mm (H) x 159 mm (D) / 1.8 (W) x 0.9 (H) x 6.3 (D) in.
Weight
56 g / 2.0 oz
■ Specification of Each Lens Unit (Option)
Name
Standard Zoom Lens
Long Zoom Lens
RS-SL01ST
RS-SL02LZ
23.0 – 34.5 mm (0.9 – 1.4'')
34.0 – 57.7 mm (1.3 – 2.3'')
1.89 – 2.65
1.99 – 2.83
Width
143.4 mm (5.6'')
143.4 mm (5.6'')
Height
106.7 mm (4.2'')
106.7 mm (4.2'')
Length
175.3 mm (6.9'')
175.3 mm (6.9'')
Weight
Model number
External View
Focal length
F number
Approx. 925 g (2.0 lbs)
1.5x
1.7x
Projection
distance
1.3 – 29.0 m (4.3 – 95.1')
1.9 – 48.5 m (6.2 – 159.1')
Size 100
projection
distance
3.21 – 4.82 m (10.5 – 15.8')
4.72 – 8.05 m (15.5 – 26.4')
For details about the amount of lens shift, see “Adjustment Using Lens Shift” (P72).
Maintenance / Product Specifications / Troubleshooting
Approx. 725 g (1.6 lbs)
Zoom ratio
Product Specifications
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Product Specifications
Name
Model number
Ultra-long Zoom Lens
Wide Zoom Lens
RS-SL04UL
RS-SL05WZ
53.6 – 105.6 mm (2.1 – 4.2'')
15.56 – 23.34 mm (0.6 – 0.9'')
External View
Focal length
F number
2.34 – 2.81
2.09 – 2.34
Width
143.4 mm (5.6'')
143.4 mm (5.6'')
Height
106.7 mm (4.2'')
106.7 mm (4.2'')
Length
183.7 mm (7.2'')
183.7 mm (7.2'')
Weight
Approx. 1110 g (2.4 lbs)
Approx. 1065 g (2.3 lbs)
Zoom ratio
1.97x
1.5x
Projection
distance
4.6 – 89.0 m (15.1 – 292.0')
0.9 – 19.5 m (3.0 – 64.0')
Size 100
projection
distance
7.64 – 14.94 m (25.1 – 49.0')
2.15 – 3.23 m (7.1 – 10.6')
Short Fixed Lens
Ultra-wide Zoom Lens
RS-SL03WF
RS-SL06UW
12.8 mm (0.5")
8.39 mm (0.33")
Name
Model number
External View
Focal length
F number
2.0
2.40
Width
143.4 mm (5.6'')
143.4 mm (5.6'')
Height
106.7 mm (4.2")
113.7 mm (4.8")
Length
175.3 mm (6.9")
304.3 mm (12.0")
Weight
Approx. 1060 g (2.3 lbs)
Approx. 1520 g (3.3 lbs)
Zoom ratio
—
—
Projection
distance
0.69 – 5.17 m (2.2 – 17.0')
0.45 – 3.51 m (1.4 – 11.5')
Size 100
projection
distance
1.73 m (5.7')
1.16 m (3.8')
For details about the amount of lens shift, see “Adjustment Using Lens Shift” (P72).
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Product Specifications
■ External View
94 mm (3.7")
WUX7000Z / WUX6600Z / WUX5800Z
196 mm (7.7")
175 mm (6.9")
545 mm (21.5")
451.7 mm (17.8")
431 mm (17.0")
38.8 mm (1.5")
Maintenance / Product Specifications / Troubleshooting
480 mm (18.9")
Product Specifications
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Product Specifications
■ Analog PC-2 / COMPONENT Terminal
This terminal is used as a computer ANALOG PC input or COMPONENT input
terminal. Use a D-sub computer cable.
The terminal specifications for the ANALOG PC input and COMPONENT input are
the same.
Mini D-sub 15-pin
Pin No.
1
R
Signal
2
G
3
4
B
OPEN
Ground
(Horizontal sync.)
Ground (R)
Ground (G)
Ground (B)
5
6
7
8
Pin No.
Signal
9
+5 V power
Ground
10
(Vertical sync.)
11
Ground
12
DDC data
13
Horizontal sync.
14
15
Vertical sync.
DDC clock
■ Service Port (CONTROL)
Pin assignment
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Signal
OPEN
RxD
TxD
OPEN
GND
OPEN
Internal pull-up
OPEN
OPEN
Communication format
Communication mode
Communication speed
Character length
Stop bits
Parity
Flow control
: RS-232C, asynchronous, half-duplex communication
: 19200bps
: 8 bits
: Switchable between 1 bit and 2 bits. Factory default, or
state after [Factory defaults] is executed, is 1 bit.
: None
: None
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Product Specifications
User commands
Commands
Power on
ASCII representation
Binary representation
Power off
POWER=OFF<CR>
Power status acquisition
GET=POWER<CR>
47h 45h 54h 3Dh 50h 4Fh 57h 45h 52h
0Dh
HDMI
INPUT=HDMI<CR>
49h 4Eh 50h 55h 54h 3Dh 48h 44h 4Dh
49h 0Dh
DisplayPort
INPUT=DP<CR>
49h 4Eh 50h 55h 54h 3Dh 44h 50h 0Dh
Digital PC
INPUT=D-RGB<CR>
49h 4Eh 50h 55h 54h 3Dh 44h 2Dh 52h
47h 42h 0Dh
Analog PC-1
INPUT=A-RGB1<CR>
49h 4Eh 50h 55h 54h 3Dh 41h 2Dh 52h
47h 42h 31h 0Dh
Analog PC-2
INPUT=A-RGB2<CR>
49h 4Eh 50h 55h 54h 3Dh 41h 2Dh 52h
47h 42h 32h 0Dh
Component
INPUT=COMP<CR>
49h 4Eh 50h 55h 54h 3Dh 43h 4Fh 4Dh
50h 0Dh
HDBaseT
INPUT=HDBT<CR>
49h 4Eh 50h 55h 54h 3Dh 48h 44h 42h
54h 0Dh
LAN
INPUT=LAN<CR>
49h 4Eh 50h 55h 54h 3Dh 4Ch 41h 4Eh
0Dh
USB
INPUT=USB<CR>
49h 4Eh 50h 55h 54h 3Dh 55h 53h 42h
0Dh
GET=INPUT<CR>
47h 45h 54h 3Dh 49h 4Eh 50h 55h 54h
0Dh
Standard
IMAGE=STANDARD<CR>
49h 4Dh 41h 47h 45h 3Dh 53h 54h 41h
4Eh 44h 41h 52h 44h 0Dh
Presentation
49h 4Dh 41h 47h 45h 3Dh 50h 52h 45h
IMAGE=PRESENTATION<CR> 53h 45h 4Eh 54h 41h 54h 49h 4Fh 4Eh
0Dh
Dynamic
IMAGE=DYNAMIC<CR>
49h 4Dh 41h 47h 45h 3Dh 44h 59h 4Eh
41h 4Dh 49h 43h 0Dh
Video
IMAGE=VIDEO<CR>
49h 4Dh 41h 47h 45h 3Dh 56h 49h 44h
45h 4Fh 0Dh
Photo/sRGB
IMAGE=PHOTO_SRGB<CR>
49h 4Dh 41h 47h 45h 3Dh 50h 48h 4Fh
54h 4Fh 5Fh 53h 52h 47h 42h 0Dh
DICOM Sim
IMAGE=DCM_SIM<CR>
49h 4Dh 41h 47h 45h 3Dh 44h 43h 4Dh
5Fh 53h 49h 4Dh 0Dh
User 1
IMAGE=USER_1<CR>
49h 4Dh 41h 47h 45h 3Dh 55h 53h 45h
52h 5Fh 31h 0Dh
User 2
IMAGE=USER_2<CR>
49h 4Dh 41h 47h 45h 3Dh 55h 53h 45h
52h 5Fh 32h 0Dh
User 3
IMAGE=USER_3<CR>
49h 4Dh 41h 47h 45h 3Dh 55h 53h 45h
52h 5Fh 33h 0Dh
User 4
IMAGE=USER_4<CR>
49h 4Dh 41h 47h 45h 3Dh 55h 53h 45h
52h 5Fh 34h 0Dh
User 5
IMAGE=USER_5<CR>
49h 4Dh 41h 47h 45h 3Dh 55h 53h 45h
52h 5Fh 35h 0Dh
GET=IMAGE<CR>
47h 45h 54h 3Dh 49h 4Dh 41h 47h 45h
0Dh
BRI=<value><CR>
42h 52h 49h 3Dh <numeric code> 0Dh
Input source
Input source acquisition
Image Mode
Image mode acquisition
Brightness
Brightness
value setting
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Product Specifications
50h 4Fh 57h 45h 52h 3Dh 4Fh 4Eh 0Dh
50h 4Fh 57h 45h 52h 3Dh 4Fh 46h 46h
0Dh
Maintenance / Product Specifications / Troubleshooting
POWER=ON<CR>
Power supply
Product Specifications
Commands
Brightness acquisition
Sharpness
Sharpness
value setting
Sharpness acquisition
Contrast
ASCII representation
47h 45h 54h 3Dh 42h 52h 49h 0Dh
SHARP=<value><CR>
53h 48h 41h 52h 50h 3Dh <numeric
code> 0Dh
GET=SHARP<CR>
47h 45h 54h 3Dh 53h 48h 41h 52h 50h
0Dh
Contrast value
CONT=<value><CR>
setting
Contrast acquisition
43h 4Fh 4Eh 54h 3Dh <numeric code>
0Dh
GET=CONT<CR>
47h 45h 54h 3Dh 43h 4Fh 4Eh 54h 0Dh
Auto
ASPECT=AUTO<CR>
41h 53h 50h 45h 43h 54h 3Dh 41h 55h
54h 4Fh 0Dh
4:3
ASPECT=4:3<CR>
41h 53h 50h 45h 43h 54h 3Dh 34h 3Ah
33h 0Dh
16:9
ASPECT=16:9<CR>
41h 53h 50h 45h 43h 54h 3Dh 31h 36h
3Ah 39h 0Dh
16:10
ASPECT=16:10<CR>
41h 53h 50h 45h 43h 54h 3Dh 31h 36h
3Ah 31h 30h 0Dh
Zoom
ASPECT=ZOOM<CR>
41h 53h 50h 45h 43h 54h 3Dh 5Ah 4Fh
4Fh 4Dh 0Dh
True size
ASPECT=TRUE<CR>
41h 53h 50h 45h 43h 54h 3Dh 54h 52h
55h 45h 0Dh
GET=ASPECT<CR>
47h 45h 54h 3Dh 41h 53h 50h 45h 43h
54h 0Dh
Aspect
Aspect value acquisition
Blank On
Blank
Binary representation
GET=BRI<CR>
Blank Off
Blank acquisition
BLANK=ON<CR>
42h 4Ch 41h 4Eh 4Bh 3Dh 4Fh 4Eh 0Dh
BLANK=OFF<CR>
42h 4Ch 41h 4Eh 4Bh 3Dh 4Fh 46h 46h
0Dh
GET=BLANK<CR>
47h 45h 54h 3Dh 42h 4Ch 41h 4Eh 4Bh
0Dh
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Troubleshooting
LED Indicator Details
When there is a problem with the projector, the LED indicator on the side of the
projector illuminates or flashes continuously after the projector is turned off.
• Wait until the cooling fan stops and disconnect the power plug from the power outlet before
dealing with the problem.
LED indicator
Meaning
Cause and countermeasure
status
WARNING and Temperature The temperature inside the projector is too high
TEMP are lit.
abnormality for some reason or the outside air temperature is
higher than the operating range. If the problem is
inside the projector, check whether the projector
is installed and operating normally, unplug the
projector from the power outlet to cool down the
projector interior and then restart projection. If the
air intake or exhaust vent is blocked, remove the
obstacle. If the air filter is clogged, replace it
(P217). If the same warning occurs again, there
may be a malfunction in the projector.*
WARNING and Faulty light
The light source does not illuminate. Restart the
LIGHT are lit.
source
projector and check projection. If the light source
does not illuminate after this, the light source
drive circuit may be damaged.*
WARNING
Filter error
The air filter is not installed correctly. Install the
(only) flashes
air filter correctly and restart the projector. If the
3 times
same warning occurs again, there may be a
repeatedly.
malfunction in the projector.*
WARNING
Faulty
There may be a malfunction in the cooling fan or
(only) flashes 4 cooling fan
another component. Unplug the projector from
times
the power outlet, then plug it back into the outlet
repeatedly.
and turn on the projector again. If the same
warning occurs again, there may be a
malfunction in the projector.*
WARNING
Faulty power Abnormal voltage is applied to some parts in the
(only) flashes 5 supply
power supply or another failure may have
times
occurred. Unplug the projector from the power
repeatedly.
outlet, then plug it back into the outlet and turn on
the projector again. If the same warning occurs
again, there may be a malfunction in the
projector. Unplug the projector from the power
outlet.*
Maintenance / Product Specifications / Troubleshooting
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
LED indicator
status
WARNING
(only) flashes 6
times
repeatedly.
Meaning
Problem
with lens
unit
installation
Cause and countermeasure
The lens unit is not installed correctly. Unplug the
projector, install the lens unit correctly, and then
plug the projector in again. If the same warning
occurs again, there may be a malfunction in the
projector.*
* Contact the Canon Customer Support Center.
Symptoms and Solutions
■ You Cannot Turn on the Projector
Cause
The power cord is not
connected correctly.
The power cord has just
been connected.
The safety device is
activated because the air
intake or the exhaust
vent is blocked and the
internal temperature of
the projector has
increased.
The lens unit is not
attached correctly.
The air filter is not
installed correctly.
Key lock is enabled.
Countermeasure
Check whether the power cord is connected correctly
(P82).
Wait at least one second after plugging the projector
in until you press the POWER button. You cannot
turn the projector on immediately after plugging it in
(P46).
When the safety device is active, the [POWER]
indicator does not turn on when you connect the
power cord. You cannot disable this safety device.
Remove any obstacle that is blocking the air intake or
exhaust vent.*
The lens unit is not installed correctly. Unplug the
projector, install the lens unit correctly, and then plug
the projector in again. If the same warning occurs
again, there may be a malfunction in the projector.*
Check whether the air filter is installed correctly
(P217).
Check that Key lock (P167) is not enabled for the
projector or the remote control.
* Contact the Canon Customer Support Center.
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Troubleshooting
■ You Cannot Project an Image from the Projector
Cause
A cable is not connected
correctly.
20 seconds have not
elapsed since the
projector was turned on.
The computer is set to
dual screen (multidisplay) mode.
Check that the same input signal has been correctly
selected for the connected AV equipment from the
[Input] menu (P47).
Check whether the selected input signal type is
correct (P131, P219).
Press the BLANK button on the remote control
(P52).
Turn first the projector and then the computer off and
then back on again.
Turn on the external monitor output on the computer.
To turn on the external monitor output, press the
[LCD] or [VGA] function key or a key with an icon for
the external monitor, while holding down the [Fn] key
on the keyboard of the computer. With Windows 10 /
Windows 8.1 / Windows 7, you can turn on image
output by holding down the Windows logo key and
pressing the [P] key.
The combination of keys used to perform this
operation varies depending on the model of
computer. For more detailed information, refer to the
manual that came with your computer.
If dual screen mode is selected, change the
computer display output to mirroring mode.
The output setting method varies among computer
manufacturers. For more detailed information, refer
to the manual that came with your computer.
Troubleshooting
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Maintenance / Product Specifications / Troubleshooting
No image is sent from
the AV equipment.
Connection with the
input terminal has not
been performed
correctly.
No input signal type has
been selected for the
connected AV
equipment.
The input signal type is
incorrect.
The BLANK function has
been selected.
No image is projected
due to a problem with
the computer.
The external monitor
output is not set on the
computer correctly.
Countermeasure
Check whether the projector is connected to the
computer or AV equipment correctly (P78 – P81).
When the projector is turned on, the opening window
is displayed for approximately 20 seconds. To project
an image immediately, press the OK button on the
remote control or side control (P34, P38).
Check whether an image is played on the connected
video camcorder, DVD, etc.
Check whether the AV equipment is connected to the
projector input terminal correctly (P37).
Troubleshooting
Cause
The image files are not
compatible with USB File
Browser.
The LAN cable (shielded
twisted pair) is not
connected correctly.
Countermeasure
Projection from USB flash drives requires JPEG
images with a resolution not exceeding 10912x8640,
single-byte alphanumeric file names, and a FATformatted drive.
When [LAN] or [HDBaseT] is selected in the [Input]
menu, check whether the LAN cable (shielded
twisted pair) is connected to the projector correctly
(P83).
■ There is no Sound
Cause
The audio cable is not
connected correctly.
The MUTE function is
enabled.
The volume level is
adjusted to the
minimum.
An audio cable with a
built-in resistor is used.
Audio in terminal select
is [Off].
Countermeasure
Check the audio cable connection (P81).
Press the MUTE button on the remote control (P39).
Press the VOL button on the remote control or the
VOL+ button on the side control to adjust the volume
level (P34, P39).
Use an audio cable without a built-in resistor.
Change the Audio In terminal to the appropriate
setting (P169).
■ The Projected Image Is Blurred
Cause
The image is out of
focus.
The distance to the
screen is too short.
The projector is not
placed straight in front of
the screen.
The projector has been
moved to a place where
the temperature varies a
lot.
The lens is stained.
The tracking is bad.
Countermeasure
Adjust the focus (P48).
Check whether the distance to the screen is
appropriate (P63).
Check whether the projector is placed obliquely to
the screen. A slight error in the projection angle can
be corrected through the keystone adjustment
function (P103).
When the projector is moved from a location where
the temperature is low to a location where the
temperature is high, condensation may form on the
lens. The condensation will evaporate after a period
of time and the projector will be able to project a
normal image.
Clean the lens (P217).
Adjust the tracking with the [Auto PC] (P131) or
[Tracking] (P132) function.
232
Troubleshooting
Cause
Video is blurred.
Motion blur reduction is
not available.
The sharpness setting is
not available.
The lens unit is not
installed correctly.
The lens lever is not
engaged.
Countermeasure
Activate motion blur reduction (P172).
Motion blur reduction is not available in projection
using USB flash drives or networked multi-projection.
Sharpness cannot be adjusted during split-screen
display.
Check whether the lens unit is installed correctly
(P67).
Check whether the lens unit is installed correctly
(P67).
■ You Cannot Project an Image Appropriately
Countermeasure
The ceiling mounted / rear projection setting is
incorrect. Check the [Image flip H/V] setting in the
[Install settings] menu (P150).
Set the signal dot clock to 162 MHz or less on your
computer.
Use a computer cable in which all pins are
connected.
■ The Projector Power Turns Off
Cause
The air intake or exhaust
vent is blocked.
The air filter is dirty.
The operating
environment is
inappropriate.
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Troubleshooting
Countermeasure
Check whether the air intake or exhaust vent is
blocked. If the air intake or exhaust vent is blocked,
the temperature inside the projector will increase and
the power is automatically turned off to protect the
projector (The [WARNING] indicator and [TEMP]
indicator are lit.). Wait until the projector temperature
drops, then make sure that the intake and exhaust
vents are not blocked and turn on the projector (P26,
P33).
Check whether the air filter is clogged with dust.
If the air filter is clogged, replace the air filter (P217).
Check whether the operating temperature is between
0°C (32°F) and 45°C (113°F) (P25).
Projector settings must be adjusted when using the
projector at altitudes of 2,300 m (7,545.8') or higher.
In the [Install settings] menu, set [High altitude] under
[Professional settings] to [On] (P154).
Maintenance / Product Specifications / Troubleshooting
Cause
The projected image is
inverted in the vertical or
horizontal direction.
The dot clock of the input
signal is higher than 162
MHz.
A computer cable is
used in which some pins
are not connected.
Troubleshooting
■ The Projector Cannot Join the Network
Cause
The LAN cable (shielded
twisted pair) is not
connected correctly.
The projector has not
been on long enough
(less than about 40
seconds).
The projector cannot join
a wireless network.
A HDBaseT transmitter
or similar device is not
on.
Countermeasure
Check whether the LAN cable (shielded twisted pair)
is connected to the projector correctly (P83).
Network functions are not available until about 40
seconds after the projector is plugged in. Wait at
least 40 seconds, and then try to connect again
(P89).
Follow the instructions in “Network Setting” (P91 –
P92), “Wireless LAN (Wi-Fi)” (P30), and “Detailed
settings (wireless)” (P189 – P193) to set up the
projector again. In PJ AP mode, try changing the
wireless channel on the projector (P189 – P193). In
infrastructure mode, try changing the wireless
channel on the access point. If connection is still not
possible, contact the Canon Customer Support
Center.
Check the power of the HDBaseT transmitter.
■ You Cannot Operate the Remote Control
Cause
Countermeasure
Batteries are not
installed properly or they
have run out.
You are operating the
remote control from the
outside of the remote
control operating range.
There is an obstacle
between the projector
and the remote control.
Check whether batteries are installed correctly. If
batteries are installed correctly, replace them with
new batteries (P40).
Check whether you are operating the remote control
within the remote control operating range of the main
unit of the projector (P41).
You are operating the
remote control in an
unsuitable operating
environment.
The channel setting of
the remote control does
not match the setting of
the projector.
Remove the obstacle between the infrared remote
receiver of the main unit of the projector and the
remote control or point the remote control in an
obstacle-free path.
Check whether the infrared remote receiver of the
main unit of the projector is exposed to direct sunlight
or strong light of lighting apparatus (P41).
Check whether the channel setting of the remote
control has been changed. You can check the
[Remote control channel] setting in the [System
settings] menu (P168).
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Troubleshooting
Cause
The key lock function is
preventing operation of
the remote control.
Light from the room
lights is entering the
infrared remote receiver.
Countermeasure
Check whether [Key lock] is enabled to disable the
remote control operation.
In the [System settings] menu, set [Key lock] to [Off]
(P167).
Block the light.
Maintenance / Product Specifications / Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
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Troubleshooting
Safety-Related Symbols on the Product
Any of these symbols on the product have the following meanings.
Symbol
Meaning
“ON” (power)
“OFF”(power)
Stand-by
“ON/OFF” (push-push)
Earth; ground
Protective earth; protective ground
Dangerous voltage inside.
Do not open covers other than instructed.
Caution, hot surface.
Do not touch.
Caution, hazardous moving fan blades.
Keep away from moving fan blades.
Caution, very bright light.
Do not stare into the beam.
Not for household use.
LASER RADIATION
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Index
Numerics
F
6-axis color adjust ........................... 145
FREEZE ............................................52
A
G
Adjusting the volume......................... 54
Air filter............................................ 217
Ambient light ................................... 142
AMX Device Discovery ................... 195
Analog PC-1 / DVI-I terminal............. 37
Analog PC-2 / COMPONENT
terminal........................................... 37
AUDIO IN terminal ............................ 37
AUDIO OUT terminal ........................ 37
Auto PC........................................... 131
Gamma ...........................................141
H
HDBaseT.....................................5, 169
HDBaseT terminal .................37, 81, 83
HDMI terminal ...................................37
I
Image adjustment....................121, 139
Information ..............................121, 197
Input settings ...........................121, 130
Input terminal ....................................37
Install settings..........................121, 149
B
BLANK .............................................. 52
Brightness ....................................... 140
K
C
Key lock...........................................167
Ceiling mounted .............................. 150
Contrast .......................................... 140
Crestron RoomView........................ 195
L
Language ........................................173
LED indicator.............................35, 229
Logo display .................................... 163
D
D. ZOOM........................................... 55
DICOM SIM....................................... 50
Digital zoom ...................................... 38
Direct power on............................... 172
Display resolution (Preparing the
computer) ....................................... 48
DVI-I terminal .................................... 37
Dynamic gamma ............................. 144
M
Memory color correction..................145
MENU..............................................119
Menu ............................................... 119
MUTE ................................................54
Muting the sound...............................54
N
E
237
Index
Network password...........................183
Network settings......................121, 182
Networked Multi-Projection (NMPJ)
..................................................5, 208
Edge blending ..................... 5, 108, 155
Effect of ambient light ..................... 142
Index
V
Noise reduction ............................... 143
VOL ...................................................54
O
W
OK..................................................... 38
WARNING indicator ..................35, 229
Wi-Fi ....................................................6
Wired Networks .........................83, 185
Wireless Networks .................... 84, 189
P
Password ................................ 174, 175
PC-free multi projection .................. 135
PJLink ..................................... 194, 213
Power-Saving Settings...................... 53
Projecting from Multiple Projectors
............................................. 114, 135
Projector on..................................... 163
Z
Zooming part of an image ................. 55
R
Rear projection................................ 150
Remote control.................... 38, 40, 168
Reset....................................... 148, 181
S
Screen color.................................... 159
Selecting a language ...................... 173
Setting display status ...................... 130
Sharpness....................................... 141
Side control ....................................... 34
Signal type ...................................... 219
Slideshows........................ 59, 134, 136
System settings....................... 121, 161
T
Terminals and connectors ................. 37
Test pattern ..................................... 107
Tracking .......................................... 132
U
USB Port ........................................... 37
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Option
• Ceiling attachment
Part No.: RS-CL15*1
• Ceiling-mount arm
Part No.: RS-CL17*1
• Ceiling-mount pipe
(350 – 550 mm / 13.8 – 21.7 in)
Part No.: RS-CL08*2
• Ceiling-mount pipe
(550 – 950 mm / 21.7 – 37.4 in)
Part No.: RS-CL09*2
• Air filter
Part No.: RS-FL05
• Remote control
Part No.: RS-RC07
• Remote control
Part No.: RS-RC05
*1 When mounting the projector on the ceiling, both ceiling attachment (RS-CL15) and ceilingmount arm (RS-CL17) are required.
*2 Use the above materials to hang the projector from the ceiling.
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