Panasonic TXP50VT20B FAQ

Panasonic TXP50VT20B FAQ
3D Eyewear Operation Help Guide
The Eyewear is suitable for use with the VT20 series 3D Televisions. Two sets of eyewear
come with each model. The 3D Eyewear enables the viewer to view 3D content from broadcast or replayed
from a Blu-Ray player. The applicable formats are contained on page 4 of this guide.
TY-EW3D10E = Sales part number for 3D eyewear. Supplied with all accessories
CL-1G1-070A = Spare part number for 3D Eyewear supplied without accessories and battery (Shown in Fig 1.)
Support Band BK103839
Fig.1 Part number for 3D
Eyewear supplied as a separate
Nose Pad – A NPA103821
item through spare parts route
Nose Pad – B NPB103834
Battery Cover LB103805
Screw driver
Battery Holder
Battery CR2032L/1BP
Battery Cover LB103805
Attaching the Nose Pad
The glasses are supplied with two bridge nose pad supports, which
are suitable for both adults and children. They can be mounted in
three different positions, as shown in the diagram left.
Important Note: Please note Physical damage of the Eyewear is not covered by Warranty
How to Check the Operation of 3D Eyewear:
To switch the eyewear on press the power button as shown in Fig.2
Power Button
Power LED
3D Eyewear Battery Checks
The eyewear operates from a user replaceable 3 volt button battery cell CR2032L/1BP. At switch on if the battery
voltage has fallen below 2.0 volts, the power led will blink 5 times indicating that it should be replaced.
N.B. When the battery voltage becomes low, the usable range will be affected or miss-operation may occur.
How to Confirm the 3D Eyewear Operation
To confirm the correct 3D eyewear shutter operation, switch on the eyewear as shown above (Fig.2) Press the
Viera tools button on the remote control and then select the 3D icon. The 3D settings menu will be displayed, ensure
the picture display is selected from 2D to 3D. To confirm the I.R synchronising signal is being transmitted from the
television, use a mobile phone or digital video camera without an I.R filter as shown in the diagrams below.
N.B. The LED’s will not be visible if using a camera that incorporates an I.R filter.
2D → 3D
3D Auto
2D: IR Output OFF
3D: IR Output ON
2D: IR Output OFF
3D: IR Output ON
Your 3D Eyewear lens system is now ready to test; you will notice a change in the liquid crystal lens system, the
eyewear will change state from light to dark as shown in (Fig.3) The liquid crystal eyewear shutters system opens
and closes dependent on the timing signal which is controlled by the IR transmitter on your TV.
There are 6 IR
Output LED
1. Change the switch to 2D, 3D and 2D.
FIG.3 Eyewear
2. Lenses will change from light to dark by detecting a Shutter
On/off signal From TV if they are working correctly.
2D: Shutter Off
3D: Shutter On
Mobile Phone’s
How to Test the 3D Eyewear Operation
The 3D glasses have a liquid crystal shutter lens system; the timing is
controlled by receiving IR signals from the TV shown in fig 3 Eyewear
as shown above.
Coverage area and viewing range of 3D Eyewear
The viewing distance from the screen is calculated by using a measurement of 3 times the height of the screen.
Example Recommended distance:
For a 50 inch TV: 1.9 meters or more
For a 65 inch TV: 2.5 meters or more
If the 3D Eyewear is placed outside the available area for 5 minutes or longer the 3D Eyewear will be turned off
Please Note: the range of the Eyewear will be affected dependent on any obstacles between the infrared
Sensor on the TV and the 3D Eyewear. If the Eyewear is turn on and out of sight of the TV, after a few minutes
the Eyewear will automatically turn off.
General Description for 3D Format
Table of images that can be seen for each 3D Picture Format and the Input signal format
When the input signal is not recognised correctly.
These settings will not be stored when changing the input mode or channel.
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