Polaroid Projector Polaview 110 User manual

Polaroid Projector Polaview 110 User manual
Polaview 110 Projector
User Guide
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Table of contents
1 Introduction
What’s in the box?
2
Quick start
3
Connector panel
6
Control panel
7
2 Detailed setup
Your Polaview Model 110 Projector
9
Getting started
10
Connector panel
13
Supplying power to the projector
15
Computer video and audio connections
16
3 Using the projector
Turning on the projector and lamp
25
Control-panel keys
28
Using the remote control
31
Using the Main menu
36
ii Table of contents
3 Using the projector
SETUP menu
37
INPUT menu
39
IMAGE menu
40
OPTION (OPT.) menu
42
Setting the timer
44
Quick menus
44
4 Maintenance
Cleaning the lens
45
Replacing the lamp
46
Cleaning the air filter
48
Changing the remote-control batteries
50
5 Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting guide
51
Where to get help
55
Polaroid Offices and Service Centers
56
One Year Warranty
58
Appendix A: Specifications
59
Appendix B: Parts
61
Index
63
1 Introduction
The Polaroid Polaview Projector family consists of portable,
color data and video projection products that make sharing
data and presenting information as easy as connecting your
computer to your monitor.
This manual covers the Polaview Model 110 Projector,
which provides images of unrivaled clarity and color
accuracy.
The Polaview
Model 110 Projector
in use
2 Introduction
What’s in the box?
After you open the box and take out the projector and accessory packs, make sure you have all of the items shown.
Caution! The projector should be treated like any other precision optical instrument. Handle it carefully.
Items included with
the projector
a Projector
f AV cable
b Remote control
c North American power cord
g Mini-stereo to
mini-stereo cable
d Serial cable
h Mac–VGA cable adapter
e VGA video cable
Introduction 3
Also included but
not shown
•
2 AA alkaline batteries
•
European power cord
•
User’s guide
•
U.K. power cord
•
Product registration card
Quick start
Place the Model 110 projector on a solid flat surface at a
right angle (perpendicular) to the projection screen, parallel
to the floor. Follow the appropriate section below for the
type of system that you have. These steps are described in
Chapter 2, Detailed setup.
Note: The projector has two sets of computer video and
audio inputs. The following examples describe the use of
input 1.
Desktop PCs
1 Unplug the monitor cable from the computer.
2
Plug one end of the supplied VGA cable into the RGB 1 IN
port on the projector. Plug the other end into the computer
Monitor Out port.
3 Connect your audio source to the AUDIO 1 IN port on the
projector.
4
You can project without using the PC monitor. To use the
monitor, plug the monitor cable into the RGB OUT port on
the projector.
5 Turn the projector on and press the STANDBY/ON key.
Desktop Macintosh computers
1 Unplug the monitor cable from the computer.
2
Plug one end of the supplied VGA video cable into the RGB
IN 1 port on the projector. Attach the VGA end of the Mac VGA cable adapter to the other end of the VGA video cable.
4 Introduction
3
Plug the Mac end of the Mac - VGA cable adapter into your
computer Video port.
4 Connect your audio source to the AUDIO 1 IN port on the
projector.
5
To project and view the monitor at the same time, plug the
monitor cable into the RGB OUT port of the projector.
Note: The projector only supports the Multi-Sync standard
for separate monitors to be used with Macintosh desktop
computers. Other monitor connectors cannot be used.
6
Turn the projector on and press the STANDBY/ON key.
Note: If you turn the projector off while the computer is
running, the external monitor goes blank. This is normal.
Just turn the projector on again and the monitor display
returns.
Notebooks
Note: If you are connecting the projector to an Apple
PowerBook, attach the Mac - VGA cable adapter to the computer Video Out port (or video adapter cable).
1
Plug the COMPUTER end of the VGA video cable into the
notebook VGA Out port or into the Mac - VGA cable adapter
(Macintosh only).
2 Plug one end of the VGA video cable into the RGB 1 IN port
on the projector.
3 Connect your audio source to the AUDIO 1 IN port on the
projector.
4
Turn on the projector and press the STANDBY/ON key.
Introduction 5
Special configurations
If your computer has an internal monitor but no external
video capability (such as the Macintosh Performa 575,
PowerMac 5200, and certain PowerBooks), you need a
video adapter card to attach it to the Model 110 projector.
Setup for a third-party adapter is identical to the procedures
outlined in the Quick start section above. Contact your dealer, Polaroid Customer Service, or a third-party supplier for
more information about an appropriate video adapter.
6 Introduction
Connector panel
All connections between the Model 110 projector and computer or video source are made on the side connector panel.
The connector panel
Connector
Description
a VIDEO 1 & 2
Connects to video output from an
NTSC, PAL, or SECAM source.
b S-VIDEO 1 & 2
Connects to an S-Video source.
c
Connects your computer to the
Cyclops interactive pointer system.
CYCLOPS port
d AUDIO IN 1 & 2
Connects to stereo/mono audio
output from a computer.
e RGB IN 1 & 2
Connects computer video to the
projector.
f
Power receptacle
For AC power-cord connection.
g L-AUDIO-R 1 & 2
Connects to stereo/mono audio
output from an NTSC, PAL, or
SECAM source.
Introduction 7
Connector
Description
h AUDIO OUT
Provides audio output to an
external stereo system.
i RGB OUT
Provides computer output to a
separate monitor.
j CONTROL
Connects to a serial cable for
computer control.
k
Turns power on and off.
Power switch
Control panel
The projector control-panel keys are used to turn the projector on or off, adjust the projected image, and to display and
hide the menu. Power, warning, and alert lights give you
important information about how your projector is working.
Key
Function
STANDBY/ON
Turns the lamp on or off.
INPUT
Switches the video inputs.
MUTE
Turns the audio on or off.
ZOOM +/-
Zooms in and out.
FOCUS +/-
Adjusts the focus.
8 Introduction
Options and
accessories
Key
Function
MENU
Controls the menu.
RESET
Resets the image to the factory defaults.
ON
Flashes green during start-up.
Glows green if AC input and projector
power supplies are functioning.
Glows red if they are not,
or if the air filter door is removed.
TEMP
Glows red to warn of an over-temperature
condition. Flashes red if the fan is not
working.
LAMP
Glows red if the projection lamp burns
out.
Cyclops interactive pointer system
The Proxima Cyclops interactive pointer system uses a
built-in camera to function like a cordless mouse. With the
Cyclops system, you can control your computer cursor on
then projected image by moving the hand-held wand or
optional hand-held laser pointer.
2 Detailed setup
Your Polaview Model 110 Projector
Before you begin, examine the components of the
projector.
The Polaroid Polaview
Model 110 Projector and
the Cyclops
Remote Control
a
Handle
b Internal speaker
c
Infrared lens
d Projection lens assembly
e
Control panel
f
Rear exhaust
g
Connector panel
h
AC power switch
i
Power-cord receptacle
j
Bottom intake filter
k
Remote control
10 Detailed setup
Getting started
Place the projector on a solid, flat surface at a right angle
(perpendicular) to the projection screen and parallel to the
floor. If you use a media cart, make sure the wheels are
locked to prevent it from moving.
Positioning
the projector
Detailed setup 11
Transporting and
moving the projector
The projector has a recessed handle located in one of the
side panels. Always use the handle to transport the projector. The projector has protective feet on the side opposite
the handle, as well as on the bottom.
Transporting
the projector
If you are moving the projector a short distance, grasp the
sides of the projector securely, as shown below, to stabilize
the weight of the unit.
Moving
the projector
12 Detailed setup
Projector cooling
and airflow
The air intake grill is on the bottom of the projector. The air
exhaust grill is on the rear panel.
Caution! Never operate the projector if these grills are
clogged or obstructed, or if the electric fans are not running.
Allow for proper
airflow
Detailed setup 13
Connector panel
All connections between the projector and your computer
or video source are made on the side connector panel.
The connector panel
Connector
Description
a VIDEO 1 & 2
Connects to video output from an
NTSC, PAL, or SECAM source.
b S-VIDEO 1 & 2
Connects to an S-Video source.
c
Connects your computer to the
Cyclops interactive pointer system.
CYCLOPS port
d AUDIO IN 1 & 2
Connects to stereo/mono audio
output from the computer.
e RGB IN 1 & 2
Connects computer video to the
projector.
f
For AC power-cord connection.
Power receptacle
14 Detailed setup
Connector
Description
g L-AUDIO-R 1 & 2
Connects to stereo/mono audio
output from an NTSC, PAL, or
SECAM source.
h AUDIO OUT
Provides audio output to an
external stereo system.
i RGB OUT
Provides computer output to a
separate monitor.
j CONTROL
Connects to a serial cable for
computer control.
k
Turns power on and off.
Power switch
Detailed setup 15
Supplying power to the projector
The power-cord receptacle and AC power switch are located
below the projector connector panel.
Power receptacle
and AC power
switch
a Power receptacle
b AC power switch
To supply power to the projector:
1
Plug the appropriate power cord into the power receptacle
on the side of the projector.
2
Connect the power cord to a properly-grounded wall outlet.
16 Detailed setup
Computer video and audio connections
Use the included VGA video cable to connect your PC to the
projector. If you want to use your monitor and projector at
the same time, use your existing monitor cable to connect
the projector to a separate monitor.
Connecting a PC
VGA video cable
VGA connections
1
Unplug the monitor cable from the computer.
2
Plug one end of the supplied VGA cable into the RGB IN 1
port on the projector. Plug the other end of the VGA cable
into the computer Video Out (VGA) port.
Detailed setup 17
3
Connect your audio source to the AUDIO IN 1 port on the
projector. Refer to Connecting computer audio later in this
chapter.
Note: If you are using a second computer video or audio
source, plug the output cables for these sources into the
RGB IN 2 and AUDIO IN 2 connectors.
4
If you want to use an external monitor, connect the monitor
cable to the RGB OUT port of the projector.
5
Turn the projector on and press the STANDBY/ON key.
Note: To use the projector, you do not need an external
monitor.
Connecting
Macintosh computers
Use the video cable adapter shown below to connect a
Macintosh computer to the projector.
The Macintosh
cable adapter
Use the cable adapter and supplied VGA video cable to connect the projector to your Macintosh computer.
18 Detailed setup
Macintosh
connections
1
Unplug the Macintosh monitor cable from the computer.
2
Plug one end of the supplied VGA video cable into the
RGB IN 1 port on the projector. Attach the VGA end of the
Mac - VGA cable adapter to the other end of the VGA video
cable.
3
Plug the Mac end of the Mac - VGA cable adapter into the
Macintosh video port.
4
Connect the audio source to the projector AUDIO IN 1 port.
Refer to Connecting computer audio later in this chapter.
Note: If you are using a second computer video or audio
source, plug the output cables for these sources into the
RGB IN 2 and AUDIO IN 2 connectors.
Use your existing monitor cable to connect the projector to a
separate computer monitor, so you can use the projector
and monitor at the same time.
Note: The projector only supports the Multi-Sync monitors
for Macintosh computers. Other monitors cannot be used.
5
Turn the projector on and press the STANDBY/ON key.
Detailed setup 19
Note: To use the projector, you do not need an external
monitor.
Use the appropriate cable and adapter to connect your
portable computer to the projector.
Connecting
notebook computers
Laptop connections
Note: If you are connecting the projector to an Apple
PowerBook, attach the Mac - VGA cable adapter to the computer VIDEO OUTPUT port (or video adapter cable.
1
Plug the COMPUTER end of the VGA cable into the computer VGA or Video Out port or into the Mac - VGA cable
adapter (Macintosh only).
2
Plug one end of the supplied VGA cable into the RGB IN 1
port on the projector.
3
Connect your audio source to the AUDIO IN 1 port on the
projector.
4
Turn the projector on and press the STANDBY/ON key.
Note: If your projector does not project an image at the
same time your laptop monitor displays an image, refer to
your laptop documentation for information on switching
between the internal screen and the video port.
20 Detailed setup
Special configurations
If your computer has an internal monitor but no external
video capability (Macintosh Performa 575, PowerMac 5200,
and certain PowerBooks), you need a separate videoadapter card to attach the projector to it.
Setup for a third-party adapter is identical to the procedures
outlined in the Quick start section in Chapter 1. Contact your
dealer, Polaroid Customer Service, or a third-party supplier
for more information about an appropriate video adapter.
Connecting computer audio
The AUDIO IN 1 and 2 ports allow audio input from two separate computers or microphones.
1
Insert the mini-jack at one end of a computer-audio cable
into the AUDIO OUT port of a Macintosh or the sound card
of a PC.
2
Insert the mini-jack at the other end of the AV cable into the
projector AUDIO 1 or 2 ports.
Note: Although two COMPUTER AUDIO sources and two
other AUDIO sources may be connected simultaneously,
only one can be active. If computer video is selected,
COMPUTER AUDIO is active. If NTSC/PAL/SECAM/S-VHS
video is being viewed, the L-AUDIO-R are active.
Detailed setup 21
Connecting composite video
You can display composite video (NTSC, PAL or SECAM) on
the projector.
Use the supplied AV cable to connect an NTSC, PAL, or
SECAM source to your projector.
1
Find the RCA connector on your video source marked
VIDEO OUT or something similar. This connector is usually
yellow. Insert one of the yellow AV-cable connectors into
the VIDEO OUT jack of the video source.
2
Insert the other yellow connector into the projector VIDEO 1
port.
Connecting an S-Video source
To connect an S-Video source, use the supplied S-Video
cable instead of an RCA cable connection. The S-Video
cable has identical, round, 4-pin mini-DIN connectors on
both ends.
To connect an S-Video source:
1
Insert one end of the S-Video cable into the mini-DIN VIDEO
OUT port of the video source.
2
Insert the other end of the S-Video cable into the projector
S-VIDEO port.
3
Use the red and white AV-cable connectors to connect
audio from the S-Video source to the projector. See the following section, Connecting non-computer audio.
22 Detailed setupDeta, 5 wta, 85
Connecting non-computer audio
The AUDIO ports allow you to connect stereo or monaural
audio from a composite video source to the projector.
For stereo audio, use the supplied AV cable.
1
Insert the red (right) and white (left) ends of the cable into the
AUDIO OUT ports of a composite video audio source.
2
Connect the other end of each cable to the projector AUDIO
IN ports.
Note: Although two COMPUTER AUDIO sources and two
other AUDIO sources may be connected simultaneously,
only one can be active. If computer video is selected, COMPUTER AUDIO is active. If NTSC/PAL/SECAM/S-VHS video is
being viewed, AUDIO is active.
If your audio source is monaural, connect it to the left AUDIO
port.
Connecting the PC to the projector through the
CONTROL port
You can connect the projector to a computer through the
CONTROL port. You can then use the joystick on your
remote control as the computer system mouse (see Using
the joystick in Chapter 3). Before you begin, make sure the
projector and computer power are on and that the cables are
securely connected.
Note: This CONTROL feature is only available for PCs.
Detailed setup 23
Connecting the Cyclops interactive pointer system
Use the CYCLOPS port to connect the projector and optional
Cyclops interactive pointer system to the computer. You can
use the Cyclops system to control your computer on-screen
mouse cursor.
The optional Cyclops interactive pointer system is shipped
with its own installation and user’s guides. The Cyclops kit
also includes extra cables to connect the projector and the
computer.
1
Connect one end of the appropriate serial cable to the
CYCLOPS port of the projector.
2
Connect the other end of the cable to the computer:
•
On a PC, connect the computer end to a serial port.
•
On a Macintosh, connect the computer end to an ADB connector.
Projector AUDIO OUT
The projector contains an internal stereo system consisting of
an amplifier and one speaker. Although this system provides
high-quality audio output, a multimedia presentation may
require independently powered stereo speakers or an external
sound system.
Note: Use the MUTE key to turn on or off the internal or any
external speakers connected to the projector.
To connect your projector to an external stereo system:
1
Insert one end of a computer audio cable into the AUDIO OUT
port of the projector.
2
Insert the plug at the other end into the external amplifier or
AUDIO IN port of the speaker system.
3 Using the projector
Turning on the projector and lamp
Turn on the projector before you turn on your computer.
This allows the computer to sense the projector during its
startup sequence.
Move the AC power switch to the ON position. The ON indicator on the projector control panel glows orange.
The lamp is off when you first turn on the projector. Press
the STANDBY/ON key on the operator panel for one second
to turn the lamp on. The ON indicator blinks for a few seconds while the lamp warms up, and then turns a steady
green. Next, turn on your computer.
Caution! Never operate the projector if the air intake or
exhaust grills are clogged or obstructed, or if the electric
fans are not running.
26 Using the projector
Projector
STANDBY/ON key
You can use the title screen image that appears when you
first start the projector to make your focus and image-size
adjustments.
Focusing and zooming
the image
1
Press the ZOOM +/- key on the control panel or remote control to make the image larger (+) or smaller (-).
Note: If you have a Cyclops interactive pointer system
installed and you change the image size, you must recalibrate the Cyclops camera.
2
Adjust the focus using the FOCUS +/- buttons on the control
panel or remote control.
Using the projector 27
The size of the projected image changes as you move the
projector closer to the screen or adjust the zoom lens. The
following table indicates the minimum and maximum distance from the projector to the screen for most standard size
screens.
Image size
Turning off
the projector
Screen size
Distance from projector screen
Minimum
Maximum
40 in.
53.9 in.
87.8 in.
60 in.
82.3 in.
134 in.
80 in.
111 in.
179 in.
100 in.
139 in.
224 in.
120 in.
168 in.
270 in.
150 in.
210 in.
338 in.
200 in.
281 in.
452 in.
1 Press and hold the STANDBY/ON key on the control panel
for one second to turn the lamp off. When using the
remote control, press and hold the STANDBY/ON key for
two seconds.
2
The fan stops about one minute later and the ON indicator
starts to glow. Turn the AC power switch off.
28 Using the projector
Control-panel keys
The control-panel keys are used to turn the projector on or
off, adjust the projected image, and to display and hide the
menus. Power, warning, and alert lights give you important
information about how your projector is working.
Control-panel keys
Key
Function
STANDBY/ON
Turns the lamp on or off.
INPUT
Switches between active connected
video inputs.
MUTE
Turns the audio on or off.
ZOOM +/-
Zooms in and out. Press + to make
the picture larger. Press - to make
the picture smaller.
FOCUS +/-
Adjusts the focus of the image.
MENU
Controls the menu.
RESET
Resets all image settings to the factory defaults. Hold the button down
to display the number of hours that
the lamp has already been used.
Using the projector 29
MENU
Press the MENU keys to display the menu options above
the projected image. If a menu selection is not made within
five seconds, the menu disappears. Menu settings are automatically stored when you exit the menus or turn off the
projector. See The graphical user interface later in this chapter for more information.
Control-panel indicators
Power, warning, and alert indicators give you important
information about how your projector is working.
Indicator
Function
ON
Glows green if AC input and projector
power supplies are functioning properly.
Glows red if not, or if the air-filter door is
removed.
Glows orange while in standby mode.
Flashes green during lamp start-up.
Flashes orange during lamp cool-down.
TEMP
Glows red to warn of an over-temperature
condition or if the air-filter door on the bottom of the projector is open.
LAMP
Glows red if the projection lamp burns out.
Flashes red if the air-filter door is removed.
30 Using the projector
The TEMP indicator illuminates if the projector overheats or
if the air-filter door on the bottom of the projector is open.
A thermostat automatically turns off the power to the lamp
until the projector cools.
TEMP indicator
If an over-temperature condition occurs, perform the following checks while you allow the projector to cool:
•
Make sure the room temperature is below 95°F (35°C).
•
Check the intake and exhaust vents. Clear any obstruction to
the airflow.
•
Make sure the fans are working. If the projector has reached
an over-temperature condition and the fans are working,
you should feel a strong flow of hot air from the top vent
and a strong rush of air directly into the front and rear of the
projector. If either fan is not working, the projector needs
service.
After the projector returns to its normal operating temperature, you must turn the main power switch off and back on
to clear the over-temperature indicator. Press the STANDBY/ON key on the control panel to relight the lamp.
Note: The remote control STANDBY/ON button does not
function after an over-temperature condition until the main
power switch is turned off and on and the lamp is turned on
from the control panel.
LAMP indicator
The LAMP indicator flashes red if the air-filter door is
removed. The lamp indicator glows a steady red if the lamp
burns out.
Caution! If the lamp fails during a presentation, make sure
that the projector cools for a few minutes with the projector
off before you attempt to change the lamp. See Chapter 4,
Maintenance for instructions on changing the lamps. The
lamp and surrounding parts get very hot. Use appropriate
care when changing the lamps.
Using the projector 31
Using the remote control
The remote control contains all the key functions available
on the projector control panel as well as several additional
features. For best results, aim the remote control at the projection screen or at the front panel of the projector. Do not
obstruct the infrared eye located on the front of the projector.
The remote control and
infrared eye
Key
Function
a STANDBY/ON
Turns the lamp on and off.
b ZOOM +/-
Zooms in and out.
c
Starts and stops the break timer.
TIMER
d BLANK
Turns a solid background on and off.
e SEARCH
Switches between all connected and
active video sources.
f
Switches between connected video
sources.
VIDEO 1/2
32 Using the projector
Key
Function
g JOYSTICK
Functions as arrow keys or as a
mouse.
h RIGHT/RESET
Resets the projector settings to the
factory defaults if the menus are
open. Functions as a right mouse
button if the projector is in the Host
mode. See Operating the projector
later in this chapter.
i MENU
Displays or hides the menu.
j FOCUS +/-
Adjusts the focus.
k
Decreases or increases the volume
of internal and/or external speakers.
VOLUME +/-
l MUTE
m RGB 1/2
Turns audio on or off.
Switches between connected computer sources.
Using the projector 33
Use the joystick to move through the menus and select
items or change values in them. You can also use the joystick as your system mouse if you install the serial cable and
follow the boot instructions detailed in the Host mode section on the next page.
Using the joystick
•
Move the joystick left or right to move across the menus.
•
Move the joystick up or down to move up or down in a
menu. Move the joystick up to move up one level when you
are at the top of a menu.
•
Press the joystick to make a menu selection.
If you are operating in Host mode, the joystick provides
the following functions:
•
Move the joystick up, down, left or right to move the cursor.
•
Press the joystick to initiate a mouse click.
•
Press the joystick twice for a double mouse click.
Operating the projector
The control panel and remote control provide access to all
projector features. Press a key to select a function or to navigate through the menus. The projector can operate in Local
or Host mode.
Local mode
Any time you activate the projector menus, the projector is
in Local mode. In Local mode, the remote control can be
used to move through and select items in the projector
menus.
34 Using the projector
The projector can emulate a serial mouse, allowing you to
control your computer from the joystick on the remote
control. You do not need a special mouse driver to emulate
a serial mouse with the remote control.
Host mode
Use one of the following sections to set up your projector
for mouse emulation. Before you begin, ensure that
Windows 3.x, Windows 95, or OS/2 is configured to use a
standard serial mouse.
Desktop computer users
1
Turn off your computer and disconnect the mouse.
2
Connect one end of the projector serial-data cable to the
computer serial port and the other end to the CONTROL
port on the projector.
3
Turn on the projector and light the lamp.
4
Turn on the computer. It should detect the projector as a
serial mouse.
5
Use the joystick on the infrared remote control to move
the mouse.
Notebook computer users
You may need to disable the notebook-computer
integrated pointing device before you can use an external
serial mouse. Consult the user's guide that came with your
computer for instructions on connecting a serial mouse.
1
Turn off your computer.
2
Connect one end of the projector serial-data cable to the
computer serial port and the other end to the CONTROL
port on the projector.
3
Turn on the projector and light the lamp.
4
Turn on the computer. It should detect the projector as a
serial mouse.
5
Use the joystick on the infrared remote control to move the
mouse.
Using the projector 35
Your projector features a graphical user interface that makes
it easy to control all of the projector functions. You can
make menu selections with the control panel or the remote
control.
The graphical user
interface
Note: Menu selections differ depending on the type of
video source you select.
Using the menus with the control panel
1
Press any of the menu keys to display the on-screen menus.
2
Press the ✣ and ✶ menu keys to select the desired menu.
The items highlighted in green can then be changed.
3
Use the ▲ and ▼ menu keys to move up or down a menu
column or to change a menu value. For some items (e.g.
Video Source), you may also need to use the C and V keys
to gain access to an item.
4
The menus automatically disappear after five seconds. Settings are automatically saved when you exit the menus or
turn off the projector.
Using the menus with the remote control
1
Press the MENU key to display the on-screen menus.
2
Move the joystick to the left or the right to select the desired
menu. The highlighted menu items can be adjusted.
3
Move the joystick up or down to select items in a menu column or to change a value. For some items (e.g. Video
Source), you may need to move the joystick left or right to
select an item.
4
Press the center of the joystick to change a value or to select
a check box option.
5
Move the joystick away from you to move up one level in
any menu.
6
Press MENU again to close the menu, or wait five seconds
and the menu automatically disappears. Settings are automatically saved when you exit the menus or turn off the
projector.
36 Using the projector
Using the Main menu
When you press MENU the Main menu appears at the top
of the screen.
Main menu screen
To turn the menu off, press MENU again. The menus automatically disappear after a few seconds.
The following table lists the main menu options that you
can select. Note that the Input and Image menus display
only those items that are relevant to the selected input
source (computer, video, or S-Video).
Default settings
Menu
Function
SETUP
Adjusts image quality and position.
INPUT
Selects a video input source.
IMAGE
Allows image inversion and other functions.
OPT
Changes communication functions.
The factory settings are indicated by
in the
individual menu tables. Press RESET when any menu item
is selected to return it to the factory default.
Using the projector 37
SETUP menu
Use the SETUP menu selections to adjust image quality and
position. The computer source Setup menu is shown below.
Setup menu screen
Option
What it does
Source
VOLUME
Increases or decreases
the volume level.
All sources
BRIGHT
Increases or decreases
the intensity level of the
projected image.
All sources
CONTRAST
Adjusts the contrast of the
projected image.
All sources
SHARPNESS* Adjusts the sharpness of the
projected image.
Video only
COLOR*
Adjusts the color saturation for Video only
NTSC, PAL, or S-VIDEO sources.
TINT*
Adjusts the red or green color
balance for NTSC, or S-VIDEO
sources.
Video only
(except
PAL)
*Note that selections are different for each type of video source.
38 Using the projector
Option
What it does
Source
V. POSIT
Adjusts the vertical position of
the projected image.
Computer
only
H. POSIT
Adjusts the horizontal position
of the projected image.
Computer
only
H. PHASE
Adjusts the horizontal phase
setting. Use this setting if you
see uneven horizontal features,
streaks, or shimmering in a
computer video image.
Computer
only
H. SIZE
Adjusts the width of a
computer display.
Computer
only
Using the projector 39
INPUT menu
Use the Input menu to select a video source.
•
Use the arrow keys to select a source.
•
If you choose VIDEO 1 or VIDEO 2, select a video format.
•
Select TEST PATTERN to adjust your focus.
INPUT menu screen
Menu item
Options
Function
RGB 1 or 2
Selects the RGB 1 or
2 port.
VIDEO 1 or 2
Selects the VIDEO 1
or 2 port and the
video signal type:
AUTO
NTSC
PAL
SECAM
TEST PATTERN
Displays a full-screen
test pattern.
40 Using the projector
IMAGE menu
Use this menu to adjust the projected video image and
select how the projector displays the image.
IMAGE menu screen
Menu item
Options
Function
MIRROR
Standard operating
mode.
Flips the picture
horizontally,
vertically, or
horizontally and
vertically.
BLANK
Selects a blank color
(white, blue, or
black).
Using the projector 41
Menu item
Options
Function
REVEAL
Selects the speed for
revealing an image.
MENU SIZE
Changes the
on-screen menu size.
MESSAGE
Turns the on-screen
image source
messages on or off.
CYCLOPS
Initiates Cyclops
calibration. See
the Cyclops user’s
guide for more
information. Press
CANCEL to cancel
the calibration.
42 Using the projector
OPTION (OPT.) menu
The OPT. menu is used to control the projector communications settings.
OPT. menu screen
Menu item
Options
Function
COM. SPEED
Selects the speed of
data transmission.
COM. BITS
Selects the format of
data transmission:
Use 7N1 for 7 databits, No parity, 1 stop
bit. Use 8N1 for 8
data-bits, No parity,
1 stop bit.
Using the projector 43
Menu item
Options
Function
MOUSE
Selects the speed of
mouse movement.
TIMER
Sets the duration of
the break timer.
LANGUAGE
Sets the language
for the menu
displays.
AUTO OFF
Sets the time the
projector can run
with no action before
it automatically turns
off. The maximum is
99. Press RESET to
set it to 0.
44 Using the projector
Setting the timer
You can set the timer to count down for breaks, class activities, and other presentation requirements.
1
From the Options menu, choose Timer and press the right
MENU key on the control panel or move the joystick to the
right.
2
When the Timer menu appears, use the MENU keys on the
control panel or the joystick on the remote control to set the
time.
3
Press MENU, and the clock begins to count down.
Quick menus
The projector has Quick menus for easy adjustment of volume, focus, and video source. Adjustment slide bars appear
at the bottom of the screen when you press following
remote-control buttons:
Adjustment item
Function
VOLUME +/–
Increases or decreases the volume
level.
FOCUS + /–
Adjusts the focus of the image.
SEARCH, VIDEO 1/2,
RGB 1/2
Displays the currently selected
video input port.
4 Maintenance
Your Polaview Model 110 Projector requires minimal maintenance; however, follow these recommendations for periodic maintenance to ensure top performance.
The lamp, lenses, mirrors, and LCD panels have been carefully aligned at the factory to give you the clearest, brightest
image possible. However, mishandling can cause misalignment or damage to the optical elements. Take appropriate
care when you use or handle any of the optical elements.
Cleaning the lens
From time to time, you need to clean the lens.
1
Take a piece of lens tissue and form it into a loose swab.
Wet it with lens cleaning fluid or denatured alcohol, and
gently move it over the lens surface.
2
Take a part of the lens tissue that you have not touched, and
repeat the process, going over the lens in another direction.
Caution: Your projector contains electric circuitry and sensitive optics. Keep fluids away from it.
46 Maintenance
Replacing the lamp
1 Turn off the projector.
2
Unplug the projector power cord from the wall socket and
from the projector power receptacle.
3
Loosen and remove the screw located on the right side of
the rear panel and remove the service door.
4
Loosen the 4 lamp-assembly screws (you cannot remove
them from the service door).
Removing the
service door
Loosening the
lamp-assembly
screws
Caution: The lamp assembly gets very hot during operation. Use appropriate care when changing lamps. Make sure
that the lamp assembly has cooled for at least 3 to 5 minutes before touching it.
Maintenance 47
5
Grasp the lamp assembly and firmly pull it straight out of
the projector, as shown below.
6
Replace the old lamp assembly with a new one, carefully
aligning the power pins on the bottom, and pressing it firmly into place. When the assembly is properly installed, a
small alignment mark etched on the projector chassis is visible below the lamp assembly.
7
Tighten the 4 lamp-assembly screws.
8
Replace the service door and screw it into place.
9
Plug the power cord back into the projector and the wall
outlet.
Removing the lamp
assembly
48 Maintenance
Cleaning the air filter
You should change or clean the air-intake filter after every
250 operating hours to maintain proper cooling. This filter is
located on the bottom of the projector, under the grill.
Removing the
screws on the
air-filter cover
1
Disconnect all cables and cords from the projector.
2
Set the projector on its side, connector panel down.
3
Loosen and remove both screws on the filter cover.
Maintenance 49
4
Press up on the air-filter cover tab to release the cover latch,
and then pull the cover down and out.
5
Remove the air filter and clean it with a vacuum cleaner. If
dirt is hard to remove, wipe the air filter with a cloth moistened with water, then wipe it with a dry cloth.
6
Reassemble and re-install the air filter.
Removing the
air-filter cover
The components
of the air filter
50 Maintenance
Changing the remote-control batteries
If you are not planning to use the remote control for awhile,
remove the batteries from the unit. To install or change the
two AAA alkaline batteries in the remote control:
1
Locate the battery compartment at the lower rear of the
case. Slide the cover back to open the compartment.
2
Insert new batteries, orienting them as illustrated inside the
compartment.
3
Close the compartment by sliding the cover back into place.
Caution:
•
Do not use batteries not specified for this unit.
•
Do not use old and new batteries together.
•
Do not insert batteries incorrectly.
5 Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting guide
Symptom
Cause
Solution
No image projected
No power to projector
Turn power ON
Check AC cord
Check power to electrical
outlet
Lamp not on
Turn lamp ON
Lamp burned out
Replace lamp assembly
Over-temperature
indication
Allow projector to cool; turn
projector OFF and then ON;
make sure the bottom
air-filter door is closed
Loose cable
Check and secure cable
connections
No power to computer
Turn on computer
No computer image
projected
Incompatible video system If possible, check computer
with another monitor
52 Troubleshooting
Symptom
Cause
Solution
No video image
Video source(s)
Check power on the
video source(s)
Loose cable
Check and secure cable
connections between video
source and projector
LAMP indicator
glowing red
Burned-out lamp
Replace lamp assembly
Displayed image not
square (keystoning)
Projector set at
wrong angle to
projection screen
Adjust relative positions
of projector and screen
Projected image out
of focus
Projection lens not
focused
Adjust the lens focus
Projected image larger
than screen
Zoom lens not adjusted
properly, or projector
too far from screen
Adjust zoom lens, or move
projector closer to screen
Projected image smaller
than the screen
Zoom lens not adjusted
properly, or projector
too close to screen
Adjust zoom lens, or move
projector away from
screen
Image off center
H. or V. POSIT adjusted
incorrectly
Adjust H. and/or V. POSIT;
if image does not center,
check for compatibility
problems
Compatibility problem
Verify projector is image
compatible with one of
the standards listed in
Appendix A: Specifications
Misalignment or damage
to optical elements
Projector requires service
Troubleshooting 53
Symptom
Cause
Solution
No image on
computer screen
Power switch is off or
projector is not running
Computer must be on for
computer monitor to display
Lamp is burned out
Turn off projector;
replace lamp
Cable not connected
Connect cable
Streaks on monitor
Video cable plugged into
computer or projector
is upside-down
Check computer- or
projector-cable
connections
Faint screen
Low intensity
Adjust BRIGHT (brightness)
and CONTRAST settings
Jittery, fuzzy letters
Out of sync
Adjust H. PHASE setting
Cannot get entire image
on screen; scrambled
image
Compatibility problems
Verify projector is image
compatible with one of
the standards listed in
Appendix A, Specifications
Shimmering colors
H. PHASE or BRIGHT
setting out of adjustment
Adjust H. PHASE or BRIGHT
(brightness) settings
Colors weak in video
mode (NTSC/PAL/S-VHS)
Weak video signal
Check for faulty video source,
bad connection, frayed cable
COLOR setting may be
too low
Adjust COLOR setting
Getting excessive white
or washout in NTSC, PAL
or S-VHS mode
CONTRAST setting
too high
Adjust CONTRAST setting,
then adjust BRIGHT
(brightness) setting
No audio
Audio source(s)
Check audio source(s) for
power ON and proper
operation
Loose/wrong cables
Check and secure cables
between audio source(s) and
projector
54 Troubleshooting
Symptom
Cause
Solution
TEMP indicator
Air vent(s) clogged
Allow projector to cool; clear
obstructions from vents
Clean or replace filter as
necessary
Remote control
does not work
Remote control does not
work as a mouse control
The mouse cursor
does not appear
in Windows
Internal fan failure
Allow projector to cool; check
for fan and blower operation;
service if necessary
Bottom air-filter door
is open
Close bottom air-filter door
Batteries upside-down
or old
Check battery placement or
replace with new batteries
Projector infrared
receiver window
blocked
Remove object obstructing
infrared receiver on front
of the projector
Out of range
Move within 20 feet and
within a 30° angle to the
front of the projector
Serial cable not
connected
Connect cable
Wrong mouse driver
installed
Use Microsoft serial mouse
driver
Projector turned on
out of sequence
Turn on projector,
connect cable, and turn on
computer
Windows does not
detect a mouse
connected to the
computer
Open the projector menus
and choose OPT.
Select COM Speed and make
sure it is set to 1200 baud
Select COM Bits and make
sure it is set to 7N1
Restart Windows
Troubleshooting 55
Symptom
Cause
The mouse cursor
appears in Windows
but does not respond to
the remote control
The projector hostmode mouse function
is disabled
Solution
Open the projector menus
and choose OPT.
Select COM Speed and make
sure it is set to 1200 baud
Select COM Bits and make
sure it is set to 7N1
The mouse cursor appears
in Windows and responds
to the integrated pointing
device but not to the
remote control
The notebook is not
configured for or
does not support dual
mouse input.
Check the notebook
user's guide for details
about dual mouse input
or how to disable the
built-in mouse
Where to get help
If at any time you need help:
1 Check the Troubleshooting guide.
2
Call your dealer’s technical support line and explain your
problem.
3
Call Polaroid Corporation (see pages 56 and 57).
56 Troubleshooting
Polaroid Offices and Service Centers
Australia
Polaroid Australia Pty. Ltd.
13–15 Lyonpark Road
P.O. Box 163
North Ryde, N.S.W. 2113
Tel.: (02) 9 950 7000
Fax: (02) 887 2209
Belgique/België
Polaroid (Belgium) N.V.–S.A.
Rue Colonel Bourg 111
Kolonel Bourgstraat 111
1140 Bruxelles–1140 Brussel
Tel.: 32 2 702 86 20
Fax: 32 2 726 92 99
Toll free: 32 78 155 905
Brasil
Polaroid do Brasil Ltda.
Av. Paulista, 1776–11º andar
Cerqueira Cesar
São Paulo–Capital
01310-921
Tel.: 55.11.285.6411
Fax: 55.11.283.2625
288.6521
287.5393
Canada
Polaroid Canada Inc.
350 Carlingview Drive
Etobicke, Ontario M9W 5G6
Toll free: 1-800-268-6970
Danmark
Polaroid a.s.
Blokken 75
3460 Birkerød
Tlf.: 42 81 75 00
Fax: 42 81 70 26
Deutschland
Polaroid GMBH
Sprendlinger Landstrasse 109
63069 Offenbach
Tel.: 069 8404 1
Fax: 069 8404 204
España
Polaroid (España), S.A
Calle Orense, 16
2a planta
28020 Madrid
Tno: 34-1-597.02.52
Fax: 34-1-597.27.82
France
Polaroid (France) S.A.
B.P. 7
78996 Elancourt Cédex
Tel.: (1) 30 68 38 38
Fax: (1) 30 68 38 39
Hong Kong
Polaroid (Far East) Ltd.
32/F Windsor House
311 Gloucester Road
Causeway Bay
Tel.: (852) 2894 0333
Fax: (852) 2895 1382
Italia
Polaroid (Italia) S.p.A.
Via Piave 11
21051 Arcisate (Varese)
Tel.: 0332-470031
Fax: 0332-478249
Japan
Nippon Polaroid
Kabushiki Kaisha
Mori Building No. 30
Toranomon 3-2-2
Minato-ku
Tokyo 105
Tel.: 81-3-3438-8811
Fax: 81-3-3433-3537
México
Polaroid de México S.A. de C.V.
Paseo de la Reforma 195
Piso 17
C.P. 06500 México, D.F.
Tel.: 703-1111
Fax: 566-0505
Del interior al 91 (800) 70-727
Ventas 91 (800) 70-747
Nederland
Polaroid Nederland B.V.
Zonnebaan 45
3606 CH Maarssen
PO Box 1219
3600 BE Maarssen
Tel.: 31-30-2-410-420
Fax: 31-30-2-411-969
Reparaties:
Polaroid (Europe) B.V.
Hoge Bothofstraat 45
7511 ZA Enschede
Tel.: 31-53-4-865-400
Troubleshooting 57
New Zealand
Polaroid New Zealand Ltd.
Camera Services
24-26 Anzac Avenue
Auckland
Tel.: (09) 377 3773
Norge
Polaroid (Norge) A/S
Industriveien 8B, 1473 Skårer
Postboks 80, 1471 Skårer
Tlf: 67 90 47 10
Fax: 67 90 51 73
Österreich
Polaroid Ges.m.b.H.
Eitnergasse 5A
1231 Wien
Tel.: 869 86 27
Fax: 869 81 00
Portugal
Polaroid (España) S.A.
Sucursal em Portugal
Edificio Monumental
Avenida Praia da Vitória, 71-A 4º B
1050 Lisboa
Tel.: (01) 316.10. 52
Puerto Rico
Polaroid Caribbean Corporation
Centro de Seguros
Ave. Ponce de León 701
Miramar, Santurce 00907
Tel.: (809) 725-6240
Fax: (809) 725-5462
Schweiz/Suisse/Svizzera
Polaroid AG
Hardturmstrasse 133
8037 Zürich
Tel.: (01) 277.72.72
Suomi
Polaroid Oy
Sinikalliontie 10
02630 Espoo
Puh: 90-502 35 33
Fax: 90-502 35 50
Sverige
Polaroid AB
Ekholmsvägen 34
Box 204
127 24 Skärholmen
Tel.: 08-710 08 50
Fax: 08-740 73 68
U.K.
Polaroid (U.K.) Ltd. &
Polaroid Export Operations
Wheathampstead House
Codicote Road
Wheathampstead
Hertfordshire AL4 8SF
U.K.
Tel: (44) 1582 632000
Freefone: 0800 010119
U.S.A.
Polaroid Corporation
Technical Assistance
Tel.: Toll free 1-800-432-5355
Call for the nearest Polaroid
location
58 Troubleshooting
One Year Warranty
Polaroid Corporation warrants your Polaview Projector
equipment against defects in manufacture for a period of
one year from the date of purchase. To verify the warranty period, you should keep the sales slip or other
proof of the purchase date.
Should this product, or any component or accessory
included with it, become defective at any time during the
warranty period, Polaroid Corporation will, at its discretion, either replace or repair this item, without charge,
provided the product is returned to a designated servicing location (prepaid and insured). To ship the unit, pack
the carrying case in the original carton or equivalent,
with plenty of padding.
This Warranty does not apply to product damage resulting from accident, incorrect installation, unauthorized
modification, misuse or abuse.
THIS WARRANTY EXCLUDES ALL INCIDENTAL AND
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES AND DOES NOT AFFECT
YOUR STATUTORY RIGHTS.
Note: No user-serviceable parts inside. Attempts to
modify mechanical or electronic parts inside will void
your warranty, and may be hazardous.
Appendix A: Specifications
Number of colors
16.7 million colors
Display
3 polysilicon liquid crystal panels
Computer compatibility
PC (VGA)
Apple Macintosh and Powerbook series
Quadra, Centris, Video NTSC/PAL/
SECAM/S-Video
Video compatibility
NTSC, PAL, SECAM and S-VHS
Projection lamp
250 watt metal-halide lamp
Optics
Zoom lens F3.0 - 3.8, f46.5 - 74.4mm
Keystone correction
8.8°
Audio system
One built-in speaker, 3 watt
60 Appendix A
Input
2 computer video
2 TV video (NTSC, PAL, SECAM, S-VHS)
2 computer stereo audio
2 TV stereo audio
RS-232 control port
Cyclops interactive pointer system
Outputs
Stereo audio
1 RGB monitor
Power source
100-120 VAC, 5A or 220-240 VAC, 2A
Dimensions
12.6 in. W x 18.2 in. L x 6.9 in. H
Weight
23.1 lbs.
Appendix B: Parts
Replacement product
Part no.
Lamp assembly
L84
Remote control
A15
Power cord: U.S.
C151-10
Power cord: Europe
C152-10
VGA video cable
C950-06
VGA - Macintosh cable adapter
C951
AV cable
C550-6
Serial cable
C551-6
Mini-stereo to mini-stereo cable
900-55010
Lens cap
280-00099
Air filter
280-00186
Optional accessory
Model/Part no.
Rolling hard case
A295
Rolling soft case
A298
Cyclops interactive pointer system
A2075
S-Video cable
C552-6
You can order accessories and replacement parts
through your local dealer or by contacting Polaroid (see
pages 56 and 57).
Index
A
C
Accessories, 61
AC power switch, 9, 14, 15
Air filter, 48
AUDIO, 6, 14
Audio connection
Computer, 20
Non-computer, 22
AUDIO IN 1 & 2, 6, 13
AUDIO OUT, 7, 14, 23
AUDIO OUT ports
External speaker
system connection, 23
External stereo
system connection, 23
AUDIO ports
Monaural source, 22
Stereo source, 22
AUTO OFF, 43
COLOR, 37
COM. BITS, 42
COM. SPEED, 42
Composite video
connections, 21
Computer audio
connections, 20
Computer audio port, 20
Computer video connection
Macintosh computers, 17
Notebook computers, 19
PC, 16
Special configurations, 20
Connector panel, 6, 13
Contents of box, 2
CONTRAST, 37
Control-panel indicators, 29
Control-panel keys, 7, 28
CONTROL port, 7, 14, 22
CYCLOPS, 41
Cyclops connection, 23
Cyclops interactive pointer
system, 6, 8
CYCLOPS port, 6, 13
B
BLANK, 40
BRIGHT, 37
64 Index
F
J
FOCUS +/-, 44
FOCUS +/- key, 7
Focusing the image
Non-zoom models, 26
Zoom lens models, 26
Joystick, 33
L
Getting started, 10
Graphical user interface, 35
LAMP indicator, 8, 29, 30
Lamp replacement, 46
LANGUAGE, 43
Laptop connections, 19
Lens cleaning, 45
Local mode, 33
H
M
Host mode
Desktop computers, 34
Notebook computers, 34
H. PHASE, 38
H. POSIT, 38
H. SIZE, 38
Macintosh adapters, 17
Macintosh connections, 17-18
Main menu, 36
Maintenance
Air filter cleaning, 48
Lamp replacement, 46
Lens cleaning, 45
Remote-control batteries, 50
MENU key, 8, 28, 29
MENU SIZE, 41
MESSAGE, 41
MIRROR, 40
MOUSE, 43
MUTE key, 7, 28
G
I
IMAGE menu, 40
IMAGE menu items
BLANK, 40
CYCLOPS, 41
MENU SIZE, 41
MESSAGE, 41
MIRROR, 40
REVEAL, 41
Image size, 27
Infrared eye, 31
INPUT key, 7, 28
INPUT menu, 39
INPUT menu items
RGB 1 or 2, 39
TEST PATTERN, 39
VIDEO 1 or 2, 39
N
Notebook connections, 19
Notebooks, 4
Index 65
O
Q
ON indicator, 8, 29
Operating modes
Host mode, 34
Local mode, 33
OPT. menu items
AUTO OFF, 43
COM. BITS, 42
COM. SPEED, 42
LANGUAGE, 43
MOUSE, 43
TIMER, 43
OPTION (OPT.) menu, 42
Ordering parts, 61
Over-temperature, 30
Quick menu adjustment items
FOCUS +/-, 44
SEARCH, VIDEO 1/2,
RGB 1/2, 44
VOLUME +/-, 44
Quick menus, 44
Quick start
Desktop Macintosh
computers, 3
Desktop PCs, 3
Notebooks, 4
P
Parts, 61
PC connections, 16, 22
Polaview Model 110
Turning off, 27
Turning on, 25
Projector
Moving, 11
Positioning, 10
Transporting, 11
Projector cooling and
airflow, 12
Projector operation
Using a mouse, 32
Using control panel
and remote control, 34
Power, 29
Power receptacle, 6, 13, 15
Power switch, 7, 14
Power to the projector, 15
R
Remote-control batteries, 50
Remote-control keys, 31-33
Repair of your projector, 54
Replacement parts, 61
RESET key, 8, 28
Returning your projector
for repair, 54
REVEAL, 41
RGB IN 1 & 2, 6, 13
RGB OUT, 7, 14
RGB 1 or 2, 39
66 Index
S
V
SEARCH, VIDEO 1/2,
RGB 1/2, 44
SETUP menu, 37
SETUP menu options
BRIGHT, 37
COLOR, 37
CONTRAST, 37
H. PHASE, 38
H. POSIT, 38
H. SIZE, 38
SHARPNESS, 37
TINT, 37
VOLUME, 37
V. POSIT, 38
SHARPNESS, 37
Special configurations, 5, 20
Specifications, 59
STANDBY/ON key, 7, 26, 28, 30
S-Video 1 & 2, 6, 13
S-Video source connections, 21
VGA connections, 16
VGA video cable, 16
VIDEO 1 & 2, 6, 13
VIDEO 1 or 2, 39
Video input ports
Composite video
connections, 21
S-Video connections, 21
VOLUME, 37
VOLUME +/-, 44
V. POSIT, 38
T
TEMP indicator, 8, 29, 30
TEST PATTERN, 39
TIMER, 43
Timer, 44
TINT, 37
Troubleshooting guide, 51
Turning off the projector, 27
Turning on the projector, 25
Z
ZOOM +/- key, 7, 26, 28, 31
“Polaroid” and “Polaview” are trademarks of Polaroid Corporation, Cambridge, MA, U.S.A. “Proxima” and “Cyclops” are
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