LG RD-JT90 Owner's manual

LG RD-JT90 Owner's manual
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before
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LGDPROJECT
RD-JT90
OWNER'S MANUAL
DLP PROJECTOR
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the
product.
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In
may be
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radio
interference, in
Contents
Contents
Introduction
Safety
Instructions ..........................................4-6
Screen Menu
Options
Auto
Function ...................................25
Tracking
Clock / Phase Function ...................................25
Names of parts
Main
Body .......................................................7
Connecting Part ..............................................7
Screen Position ...............................................25
RS-232C
Control Panel ..................................................8
External Control Device
Remote Control ...............................................9
Information
Installing
Projector
Batteries ...........................................9
Status Indicators ..............................10
Supported
Monitor
Setup........................26
Display..............................31
Maintenance....................................................32
Accessories .....................................................11
Memo ..............................................................33
Extras ...............................................11
Specifications ..................................................35
Optional
Installing
and
Composition
Installation Instructions ...................................12
Basic
Operation of the Projector .....................13
Using Kensington Security System .................14
Turning on the Projector .................................15
Turning off the Projector .................................15
Focus and Position of the Screen Image........16
Selecting source mode ...................................16
Connection
Connecting
Connecting
Connecting
Connecting
Connecting
PC ..........................17
to
a
Desktop
to
a
Notebook PC ........................17
to
a
Video Source ........................18
to
a
DVD ......................................18
to
a
D-TV
Set-Top
Box ................18
Function
Video Menu
Options
Adjusting Video ...............................................19
APC (Auto Picture Control) .............................19
Auto Color Temperature Control .....................20
White Peaking Function ..................................20
Gamma Function ............................................20
Special Menu Options
Selecting language .........................................21
Flip Horizontal Function ..................................21
Flip Vertical Function.......................................21
Using ARC Function........................................22
Using Keystone function .................................22
Auto Source Function .....................................22
Using Blank function .......................................23
Selecting Blank Image color ...........................23
Lamp Mode Function ......................................23
Checking lamp time ........................................24
Using Still function ..........................................24
Disposal
of your old
appliance
1. When this crossed-out wheeled bin
2.
3.
4.
symbol is attached to a product it
means the product is covered by the European Directive 2002/96/EC.
All electrical and electronic products should be disposed of separately
from the municipal waste stream via designated collection facilities
appointed by the government or the local authorities.
The correct disposal of your old appliance will help prevent potential
negative consequences for the environment and human health.
For more detailed information about disposal of your old appliance,
please contact your city office, waste disposal service or the shop
where you purchased the product.
3
Safety Instructions
Instructions
Safety
Please take note of the
Instructions
Safety
instructions to
safety
are
given
prevent any potential accident
in two forms
as
After
:
The violation of this instruction may
reading
this
projector.
detailed below.
WARNING : The violation of this instruction may
NOTES
misuse of the
or
serious
cause
cause
light injuries
manual, keep it in the place that the
user
and
injuries
or
always
even
to the
damage
can
death.
contact
projector.
easily.
WARNING
Do not
place the Projector in direct
sunlight or near heat sources such
as
radiators, fires and
This may
place
inflammable materi-
als beside the
Do not allow children to
the installed
projector
stove etc.
This may
fire hazard !
cause a
Do not
cause a
It may
fire hazard !
cause
ing injury
or
hang
on
projector.
the
projector
to
fall,
caus-
death.
NOTES
Disconnect from the mains and
all connections before
remove
Do not
to
moving.
place
sources
as a
the
projector
of steam
or
close
Do not
oil such
it
place the projector where
might be exposed to dust.
humidifier.
This may
This may create a fire hazard
electric shock hazard !
When
the
installing
table, be careful
near
the
projector
not to place
Only
it
and stable surface.
edge.
adult and serious
a
damage
projector
on a
level
Ensure
good ventilation around the
projector. The distance between
the projector and the wall should
be
operation.
nal
the internal
ture to increase and could
than 20cm/8 inches.
temperature may
cause a
fire
hazard!
suitable stand.
cause
more
An excessive increase in its inter-
to the
Do not block the vents of the projector or restrict air-flow in any way.
This would
use
fire hazard !
or an
It may become unstable and affect
This may cause the projector to fall
causing serious injury to a child or
projector.
Only use
the
on a
cause a
tempera-
cause a
fire
Do not
place
the
projector directly
on a
carpet, rug
or
place
where
ventilation is restricted.
This would
cause
its internal
temperature
to increase and
might
create
a
fire
hazard !
hazard!
WARNING
Do not
use
This may
the
cause a
projector
fire
or an
in
a
damp place
such
as a
bathroom where it is
likely
to
get
wet.
electric shock hazard !
WARNING
Earth wire should be connected.
If the earth wire is not connected, there is a
possible danger of electric shock caused by
the current leakage.
If grounding methods are not possible, a
separate circuit breaker should be employed
and installed by a qualified electrician.
Do not connect ground to telephone wires,
lightning rods or gas pipe.
4
The mains
ed
fully
avoid
a
This may
plug
should be insert-
into the power outlet to
fire hazard !
cause a
fire hazard !
Do not
place heavy objects
on
the power cord
This may cause
shock hazard !
a
fire
or an
electric
Safety
Instructions
WARNING
Do not
use
too many
It may result in
plugs
overheating
the Mains multi-outlet.
on
of the outlet and
fire hazard !
causes a
NOTES
Never touch the power
a wet hand
This may
hazard !
cause an
plug
with
plug firmly when unplugging. If you pull the cord the cord
may be damaged.
electric shock
Hold the
This may
Do not
plug when the power cord
or the plug is damaged or the
connecting part of the power outlet is loose.
This may cause
shock hazard !
a
fire
or an
not
will not
hot
lead.
objects
It may
projector On/Off by plugging-in
the power plug for switch.)
use
cause
mechanical failure
or
could
This may
Ensure the power cord does not
come into contact with sharp or
Do not turn the
(Do
power
collecting on
plug pins or outlet.
such
give
an
or
cause a
the
fire hazard !
fire hazard !
cause a
This may cause
shock hazard !
electric
Prevent dust
as a
fire
a
heater.
or an
unplugging
electric
Place the
projector where people
trip or tread on the power
This may cause
shock hazard !
the power
plug
a
fire
or an
electric
to the wall outlet.
electric shock.
WARNING
Do not
In
of
impact shock or damto the projector switch it off
unplug it from the mains out-
place anything containing
liquid on top of the projector such
as flowerpot, cup, cosmetics or
age
and
candle.
let and contact your service
This may
cause a
fire hazard !
case
ter.
This may cause
shock hazard !
If water is
spilt
into the
projector
mains supply
unplug it from the
outlet immediately and
your Service Agent.
This may
ard !
Do not
(except
cause an
cen-
fire
a
Dispose of used
fully and safely.
or an
electric shock haz-
of
batteries
cause an
In the event that
care-
battery being
swallowed by a child please consult
doctor immediately.
case
This may
hazard !
a
a
image does
not appear on the screen please
switch it off and unplug it from
the mains supply and contact
your Service Agent.
This may cause
shock hazard !
remove
lens
any
covers
cover). High
risk of
Electric Shock!
electric shock
electric
consult
In the
Do not allow any objects to fall
into the projector.
a
an
fire
Don't look
onto the lens
Do not touch metal
when the
is in
soon
damage
directly
projector
use.
Eye
after
vents and
may occur!
or an
electric
parts during
operation
lamp cover
since
or
the
will remain
very hot!
concerning the Power Cord
Most appliances recommend they be placed upon a dedicated circuit; that is,a single outlet circuit which
powers only that appliance and has no additional outlets or branch circuits.Check the specification page
CAUTION
of this owner's manual to be certain.
Do not overload wall outlets. Overloaded wall
damaged wall outlets, extension cords,
frayed power cords,or damaged or cracked wire insulation are dangerous.Any of these conditions could
result in electric shock or fire. Periodically examine the cord of your appliance,and if its appearance indicates damage or deterioration, unplug it, discontinue use of the appliance, and have the cord replaced
with an exact replacement part by an authorized servicer.
outlets,loose
or
Protect the power cord from physical or mechanical abuse, such as being twisted, kinked, pinched,
closed in a door, or walked upon. Pay particular attention to plugs, wall outlets, and the point where the
cord exits the
appliance.
5
Safety Instructions
WARNING
Never touch the wall outlet when
Do not
drop
there is
impact
shock.
of gas, open the
windows and ventilate.
leakage
This may
the
or
allow
mechanical failure
cause
personal injury
Itcancauseafireoraburnbya
spark.
projector
Don't look at laser beam directly
as it can cause eye damage!
or
!
NOTES
Do not
top of
place heavy objects
projector.
Take
on
the
the
This may
cause
mechanical failure
not to
impact to
lens particularly when moving
projector.
care
Do not touch the lens of the projector. It is delicate and easily
cause
damaged.
or
personal injury!
Do not
use
sharp
any
tools
on
the
projector
as
this will
damage
the
casing.
WARNING
Do not
the
use
water while
cleaning
projector
This may
projector
a
cause
or an
In the
damage
unlikely
electric shock hazard.
Use
air spray or soft cloth that
is moist with a neutral detergent
or
strange smell from the projec-
tor, switch it off
to the
of smoke
event
,
it from
unplug
and water for
the wall outlet and contact your
dealer or service centre.
This may cause
shock hazard !
a
fire
or an
an
stains
the
on
removing
projection
dust
or
lens.
electric
NOTES
Contact the Service Center
once
year to clean the internal
of the projector.
parts
a
Accumulated dust
can cause
Unplug this product from the wall outlet
liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
This may
cause
damage
to the
Projector
before
or cause an
cleaning.
Do not
use
electric shock hazard !
mechan-
ical failure.
WARNING
Do not
attempt
This may
cause
to service the
damage
to the
projector yourself.
projector
and could
Contact your dealer
give
an
electric Shock
as
or
well
service centre.
as
invalidating
the
warranty !
NOTES
Be
sure
to
unplug
if the
is not to be used for
a
projector
long peri-
Refer
lamp servicing
service personnel.
od.
Accumulated dust may
hazard!
Only
use
This could
6
the
cause a
specified type
cause
damage
qualified
Do not mix
new
batteries with old
batteries.
This may cause the batteries to
heat and leak.
fire
of
to
battery.
to the remote control.
over-
Names of
parts
ENGLISH
Names of parts
Main
*
Body
The
projector is manufactured using high-precision technology. You may, however, see on the Projector
screen tiny black points and/or bright points (red, blue, or green). This can be a normal result of the
manufacturing process and does not always indicate a malfunction.
Rear remote control
Control
Zoom
panel
sensor
ring
Focus
Power button
ring
Indicators
Foot
POWER
adjusting
button
AUTO
VOL
MENU
OK
VOL
SOURCE
Front remote control
Lens
*
Foot
adjusting
button
Connecting
DVI
sensor
cover
Push the lens
pulling it open into the
front. (If you mount on the ceiling, after pushing the cover, the lens
cover is installed. If not, the cover may overlap projecting lens.)
cover
into the inside after
Part
Input
S-Video
RS-232C
RGB
Audio
Input
(PC/DTV)
Video
AC IN
Kensington Security
System Connector
(Refer to page 14)
7
Names of
parts
Control Panel
/
,
KEYSTONE+/- Button
SOURCE
MENU
KEYSTONE
MENU Button
Selects
or
closes
SOURCE Button
Switches to RGB, DVI, Video,S-Video mode.
menus.
VOL
VOL
VOLUME,
Adjusts
AUTO Button
A
KEYSTONE
AUTO
OK
POWER
8
Button
volume level and functions of
OK Button
Checks
saves
POWER Button
/
present mode and
the change of functions.
menus.
Names of
parts
ENGLISH
Remote Control
POWER
POWER Button
MENU
KEYSTONE
SOURCE
MENU Button
SOURCE Button
VOL
VOL-/+,
AUTO Button
F
/ GButton
(Refer
to
p.25)
A
AUTO
BLANK Button
(Refer
to
KEYSTONE+/-,
VOL
KEYSTONE
ARC Button
LASER
STILL Button
off.
on or
(Refer
MUTE
to
p.22)
ARC
MUTE Button
*Switches the sound
OK Button
OK
p.23)
BLANK
D / EButton
(Refer to p.24)
STILL
LASER Button
*
Produces
screen
(Don't
a
red laser
pointer
on
the
for the purpose of indication.
look at laser beam directly as it
can cause
Installing
bright
eye
damage!)
Batteries
?
Open
the
battery compartment
cover on
the back of the
remote control and insert the batteries with correct
match "+" with
?
"+", and match
"-"
polarity,
with "-".
Install two 1.5V "AAA" batteries.
Don't mix used batteries with
new
batteries.
9
Names of
parts
Projector
*
Status Indicators
Lamp Indicator, operation
of the projector.
indicator and
temperature indicator
at the
top of the projector show the
Lamp
Operation
POWER
Indicator
user
the
operating
status
Indicator
Temperature
Indicator
AUTO
VOL
MENU
OK
VOL
SOURCE
Orange
Green(flashing)
Operation
Indicator
Standby.
Lamp cooling until the lamp turn on.
Green
On operation. (Turn on the lamp)
Orange(flashing) Projector lamp is cooling as power out (2 minutes)
Off
Power off.
Red
Lamp
Indicator
Red(flashing)
Green(flashing)
Orange
Temperature
Indicator
Red
Red
10
(flashing)
Projector lamp is reaching the end of its life and needs
to be replaced with a new lamp. (over 2000 hours)
The projector has trouble in the lamp or around it at
power-on. Retry Power On again later. If lamp indicator
is red (flashing) again, contact the service center.
The lamp cover is not closed.
This projector is in high temperature. Turn the power of
projector off and check the ventilator.
The projector is turned off as its high temperature.
Power has turned off due to problem with the
internal cooling fan. Contact your service center.
Names of
parts
ENGLISH
Accessories
POWER
MENU
KEYSTONE
SOURCE
VOL
VOL
AUTO
KEYSTONE
BLANK
LASER
MUTE
OK
ARC
STILL
1.5V
1.5V
2 Batteries
Remote Control
Computer
Cable
Optional
*
*
*
*
(size AAA)
RCA to D-Sub
Adaptor
Power Cord
Video Cable
Operating guide
Extras
Contact your dealer to purchase these items.
When applying a ceiling installer, use only the
Contact your service personnel for
Projector lamp is reaching the end
Projection
Screen
ceiling installer for projector.
replacing a new lamp.
of its life and needs to be replaced with
Lamp
a new
lamp.
SCART to RCA jack
(option)
Ceiling
Audio Cable
S-Video Cable
RCA to PC Audio Cable
DVI-D Cable
Portable
installer for
projector
Bag
RS-232C Cable
11
Installing
and
Composition
Installation and
Composition
Installation Instructions
*
Don't
place
the
projector
in the
conditions. It may
following
Provide proper ventilation for this
cause
malfunction
or
product damage.
projector.
The projector is equipped with ventilation holes(intake)
on the bottom and ventilation holes(exhaust) on the front.
do not block or place anything near these holes, or internal
heat build-up may occur, causing picture degradation or
damage to the projector.
Do not place the projector on a carpet, rug or other
similar surface. It may prevent a adequate ventilation
of the projector bottom. This product should be
mounted to a wall or ceiling only.
Never
Leave
push projector
projector.
Place this
Install this
spill liquid
projector
projector only
Don't
This may
or
in
in
a
overheating
adequate distance(30cm/12
more) around the projector.
an
inches
adequate temperature and humidity conditions.
location where
place the projector
cause
of any kind into the
where it
of the
can
adequate temperature
and
humidity
is available.
(refer p.35)
be covered with dust.
projector.
Do not obstruct the slots and
openings
of the
projector. This may
cause
overheating and
create
a
fire
hazard.
The
projector is manufactured using high-precision technology. You may, however, see tiny black points
and/or bright points (red, blue, or green) that continuously appear on the projector Screen. This is a normal result of the manufacturing process and does not indicate a malfunction.
To
display
projector.
If there is
12
DTV programs, it is necessary to connect
no
input signal, the
Menu will not be
a
DTV receiver
displayed
on screen.
(Set-top Box) and
connect it to the
or
Installing
Basic
Operation
of the
Composition
ENGLISH
Projector
1. Place the
projector
on a
2. Place the
projector
the correct distance from the
screen
and
sturdy
and horizontal surface with the PC
determines the actual size of the
screen.
or
AV
source.
The distance between the
projector
and the
image.
3. Position the
angle, the
page 22.)
projector so that the lens is set at a right angle to the screen. If the projector is not set at a right
screen image will be crooked. If this is so then the keystone adjustment may correct this (Refer to
4. Connect the cables of the
projector
to
a
wall power socket and other connected
projection distance based
Projection
Screen
on
the
sources.
picture format
off-set ratio:100%
height (X)
Center line of lens
Projection
distance
(D)
4:3
picture
format
mm/ inches
screen
40′′
60′′
80′′
90′′
100′′
110′′
120′′
150′′
200′′
610/24.0
914/36.0
1219/48.0
1372/54.0
1524/60.0
1676/66.0
1829/72.0
2286/90.0
3048/120.0
(D)
1265/50
1908/75
2552/100
2873/113
3195/126
3517/138
3839/151
4804/189
6412/252
longest
distance (D)
1518/60
2290/90
3062/121
3448/136
3834/151
4220/166
4606/181
5765/227
7695/303
size
screen
height (X)
The shortest
distance
The
*
The
longest/shortest
distance show status when
adjusted by
the
zoom
function.
13
Installing
and
Composition
Using Kensington Security System
The
projector has a 'Kensington' Security System
Security system cable as below.
For the detailed installation and
to the
And
use
Kensington Security System
for
further
Kensington
information,
of the
Connector
Kensington Security System,
contact
http://www.kensington.com,
expensive electronic equipments
tors.
is
an
optional
item.
K
14
the back
panel.
Connect the
refer to the user's
'Kensington'
guide
attached
set.
company that deals with
Kensington Security System
on
the
such
internet
as
homepage
notebook PCs
or
of
the
projec-
Installing
Turning
on
1. Connect power cord
2. Remove the lens
the
ENGLISH
correctly.
cover
of the
projector.
the remote control
on
indicator flashes
It will take about 12 second to
An
Composition
Projector
3. Press the POWER button
(Green operation
and
top
or
during cooling
cover.
of the
lamp.)
display the picture after power on because
operation indicator light turns (Green).
the
projector lamp
has to
warm
up.
will appear after the
Select the source mode with the SOURCE button.
image
Leave the
cooling
4.
projector plugged
in for at least 2 minutes after
to continue which will
help
to preserve the
lamp
switching
off the
projector,
as
this will allow the
lamp
life.
volume level.
Adjust
If you press VOLUME G button, sound and volume level number
If you press VOLUME F button, sound and volume level number
are
are
increased.
decreased.
10
*
Don't
unplug
the power cord while the ventilation fan
off the
Turning
(inlet/outlet)
is
working.
If so, you take
on
the
top
cover or
remote control.
2. Press the POWER button
on
the
top
cover or
remote control
3. If the
operation indicator LED is orange and blinking,
operation indicator LED is lit up constantly (orange).
operation
operate.
on.
Projector
1. Press the POWER button
If the
longer time by lamp
indicator LED is orange and
blinking,
again
to cut off the power.
do not disconnect the mains
the power button
on
the
top
cover or on
supply
until the
the remote control will not
Power Off?
Please Press
Key Again.
15
Installing
and
Composition
Focus and Position of the Screen
When
an
image appears
on
the screen, check if it is in focus and fits well to the
Zoom
screen.
ring
Focus
POWER
Image
ring
AUTO
VOL
OK
MENU
VOL
SOURCE
To
To
adjust the
adjust the
focus of the
To raise
or
size of the
image, rotate the focus ring which is the outer ring on the lens.
image, rotate the zoom ring which is the inner ring on the lens.
lower the
image on the screen, extend
by pushing foot adjuster button as below.
1. While
pressing
the foot
raise
adjuster button,
2. Release the button to lock the foot in its
3. To fine-tune the
After
raising the
height of the projector,
new
or
source
retract the foot at the bottom of the
projector to place
rotate the front foot to raise
on
the
or
lower it.
projector.
mode
1. Press the SOURCE button.
select
F
2. Each press of the
16
OK
RGB
F,
G
G button
the
position.
front foot, do not press down
Selecting
lower the
or
changes
RGB
DVI
S-Video
Video
the
display
as
below.
screen
image
in the proper
position.
projector
Connection
Connection
to
Connecting
*
*
*
*
You
Desktop
PC
computer of VGA, SVGA, XGA and SXGA output.
You can use ARC function for the RGB signals of the Aspect Ration 4:3. (For HD wide input signals, you cannot
Fundamentally, HD wide input signal is not included in the Spec, so the set may not support HD signal perfectly.
Refer to page 31 for the supported pc graphic card displays of the projector.
can
connect the
a
ENGLISH
projector to
<
How to connect
a.
Connect
a
use
ARC
function.)
>
computer cable
to RGB
Input (PC/DTV)
of the
projector.
b. If the PC has DVI
of the
c.
output,
connect DVI cable to DVI
projector.
Connect the audio cable of PC
Audio of the
*
Input
OUT sound
(LINE
to
port)
projector.
If the PC has two audio out
OUT,
connect
ports of SPEAKER OUT and LINE
the LINE OUT port to get better sound quality.
to
Connecting
<
How to connect
a.
Connect
a
Notebook PC
>
computer cable
to RGB
Input (PC/DTV)
of the
projector.
*
If you set your computer, such as a notebook type IBM PC/AT
compatible, to output the signal to both the display of your
computer and the external monitor, the picture of the external
monitor may not appear properly. In such cases, set the output
mode of your computer to output the signal only to the external
monitor. For details, refer to the
with your computer.
b. If the PC has DVI
of the
c.
output,
operating
supplied
connect DVI cable to DVI
Input
projector.
Connect the audio cable of PC
Audio
instructions
input
of the
(LINE
OUT sound
port)
to
projector.
17
Connection
to
Connecting
*
You
can
connect
a
Video Source
a
VTR,
camcorder,
a
a
LDP
or
any other
compatible
video
image
source
to the
projector.
<Howtoconnect1>
a.
Connect the Audio and Video
the
of the A/V
output jacks
cable, Video cable.
input jacks
source
of the
projector to
<VCR>
with RCA to PC Audio
S VIDEO
(R) AUDIO (L)
VID EO
OUT
<Howtoconnect2>
b. Connect the S-Video
S-Video
of the A/V
jacks
*
You
can
S-Video
The
an
A/V
with
of the
source
of the
input jacks
source
an
projector to
with
the
S-Video cable.
an
projector
to the
output
RCA to PC Audio cable.
get better picture quality when connecting
to the
projector.
to
DVD
source
Connecting
*
input jack
output jack of
Connect the Audio
IN
a
output jacks (Y, PB, PR) of the DVD might be labelled
<
How to connect
a.
Connect the DVD
Y, Pb, Pr / Y, B-Y, R-Y / Y, Cb, Cr according
as
Component
cable to the RCA to D-Sub
When
with
equipment.
>
Adaptor and then connect the RCA to D-Sub Adaptor to
RGB Input (PC/DTV) of the projector.
*
to the
connecting the component cable, match the jack
the component cable.(Y=green, PB=blue, PR=red)
b. Connect the Audio
port of the projector
to the Audio
RCA to D-Sub
Adaptor
Component
colors
cable
<DVD>
output
(R) AUDIO (L)
Y
PB
PR
port (R, L) of the DVD.
c.
Use
a
DVD with
Connecting
*
*
Component 480i(576i)/480p(576p)
to
a
D-TV
Set-Top
mode.
Box
To receive D-TV programmes, it is necessary to purchase a D-TV receiver (Set-Top Box) and
connect it to the projector.
Please refer to the owner's manual of the D-TV Set-Top Box for the connection between projector and
D-TV Set-Top Box.
<
How to connect
a.
Connect
an
RGB
computer cable
source >
to RGB
Input (PC/DTV)
of the
<D-TV
projector.
*
If the
Set-Top
Box has DVI
output,
use
Set-Top
DVI cable.
(R) AUDIO (L)
b. Connect the Audio
Box>
port of the projector
to the Audio
DTV OUTPUT
DVI OUTPUT
Y
PB
PR
output
port (R, L) of the D-TV Set-Top Box.
c.
Use
*
It
a
can
DTV receiver with DTV
be
supported
<
How to connect
a.
Connect the D-TV
480p(576p)/720p/1080i
mode.
the DVI/HDCP.
a
Component
source >
RCA to D-Sub
Component
cable
Set-Top Box Component cable to the
RCA to D-Sub Adaptor and then connect the RCA to D-Sub
Adaptor to RGB Input (PC/DTV) of the projector.
*
When
with
connecting the component cable, match the jack
the component cable.(Y=green, PB=blue, PR=red)
b. Connect the Audio
port of the projector
to the Audio
colors
(R) AUDIO (L)
output
port (R, L) of the D-TV Set-Top Box.
c.
Adaptor
Use
18
a
DTV receiver with DTV
480p(576p)/720p/1080i
mode.
DTV OUTPUT
DVI OUTPUT
Y
PB
PR
Function
Function
*
*
*
In this
manual, the OSD(On Screen Display) may be different from your Projector's because it is just example to help with the Projector
operation.
If there is no input signal present, the Menu will not be displayed on the screen.
This operating guide explains operation of RGB(PC) mode mainly.
Video Menu
Adjusting
Options
Video
<RGBmode>
1. Press the MENU button and then
2. Press the OK
want to
button and then
(A)
adjust.
use
use
F,
D
,
G button to select the
E button to select
a
menu.
video item you
Contrast
50
Brightness
50
Color R
50
Color G
50
Color B
50
Reset
3. Press the
F,
G button to
Each
of
adjust
the
screen
condition
will not affect other
as
you want.
MENU
<
adjustment
options
input
As required, re-adjust
menu options for the following input source :
Video/S-Video/Component (480i(576i)), Component (480p(576p), 720p, 1080i)
To restore the original image condition after changing it, press OK (A) button
after selecting [Reset] item.
In the broadcasting system NTSC, the picture item Tint is displayed and can
be adjusted.
To exit the menu display, repeatedly, press the MENU button.
APC
*
*
menu
Picture
(Auto
Use APC to set the
prev.
source.
move
FG
Video mode
adjust
>
APC
FG
Clear
Contrast
80
Brightness
50
Color
50
Sharpness
50
MENU
prev.
move
FG select
Control)
projector for the
best
picture
appearance.
This function will not work in RGB mode.
1. Press the MENU button and then
2. Press the OK
3. Press the
F,
(A)
G button to
Each press of the
Clear
To exit the
button and then
F,
use
adjust the
G button
display, repeatedly,
F,
D
,
G button to select the
menu.
E button to select APC item.
screen
changes the
Soft
menu
use
condition
screen as
as
you want.
APC
FG
Clear
Contrast
80
Brightness
50
Color
50
Sharpness
50
MENU
prev.
move
FG select
shown below.
User
press the MENU button.
19
ENGLISH
Function
Video Menu
Auto Color
Options
Temperature
Control
1. Press the MENU button and then
use
F,
G button to select the
menu.
FG
Normal
ACC
2. Press the OK
button and then
(A)
use
D
,
E button to select ACC item.
White
Peaking
Gamma
3. Press the
G button to make
F,
Each press of the
G button
F,
Normal
To exit the
appropriate adjustments.
changes the
screen as
Cool
menu
White
prev.
Function
use
F,
G button to select the
menu.
button and then
use
D
,
E button to select White
Peaking
item.
White
FG
Normal
G button to
F,
adjust
the
screen
condition
as
Peaking
Gamma
MENU
3. Press the
FG select
shown below.
ACC
(A)
move
press the MENU button.
1. Press the MENU button and then
2. Press the OK
FG
Normal
Warm
display, repeatedly,
Peaking
MENU
FG
10
prev.
FG
10
FG
Normal
move
FG select
you want.
The default value may changed based on input mode.
Adjust to higher value to see the bright picture and adjust to lower value to
see
the
quality picture.
To exit the
menu
press the MENU button.
display, repeatedly,
Gamma Function
1. Press the MENU button and then
use
F,
G button to select the
menu.
FG
Normal
ACC
2. Press the OK
(A)
button and then
use
D
,
E button to select Gamma item.
White
Gamma
MENU
3. Press the
F,
G button to
Each press of the
Normal
To exit the
20
F,
adjust
G button
the
changes the
Film
menu
screen
display, repeatedly,
condition
screen as
as
shown below.
Sports
press the MENU button.
you want.
Peaking
prev.
FG
10
FG
Normal
move
FG select
Function
Menu
Special
ENGLISH
Options
Selecting language
1. Press the MENU button and then
2. Press the OK
3. Press the
F,
button and then
(A)
use
use
G button to select the
G button to select the
F,
D
E button to select
,
*
This function
Language
item.
you want to use.
language from this point.
language
On-Screen-Display (OSD) is marked in the selected
To exit the menu display, repeatedly, press the MENU
Flip
menu.
Language
FG
ARC
FG
4:3
Flip
Horizontal
Flip
Vertical
FG
1
Set ID
MENU
English
prev.
move
FG select
button.
Horizontal Function
the
projected image horizontally.
rear projecting an image.
reverses
Use this function when
1. Press the MENU button and then
use
F,
G button to select the
menu.
Language
(A)
button and then
use
D
,
E button to select
Flip Horizontal
item.
Flip
Horizontal
Flip
Vertical
3. Press the OK
(A)
button to
see
reversed
Press OK to
Flip
FG
1
Set ID
MENU
English
FG
4:3
ARC
2. Press the OK
FG
prev.
move
AOK
image.
Each time you press the button, the image will be reversed.
To exit the menu display, repeatedly, press the MENU button..
Flip
*
*
This function
Vertical Function
the
projected image vertically.
When you hang the projector upside down from the ceiling
you will need to reverse the image vertically and horizontally.
reverses
,
1. Press the MENU button and then
use
F,
G button to select the
menu.
Language
(A)
button and then
use
D
,
E button to select
item.
Flip Vertical
Flip
Horizontal
Flip
Vertical
Set ID
MENU
3. Press the OK
(A)
button to
see
reversed
English
FG
4:3
ARC
2. Press the OK
FG
Press OK to
Flip
FG
1
prev.
move
AOK
image.
Each time you press the button, the image will be reversed.
To exit the menu display, repeatedly, press the MENU button.
21
Function
Menu
Special
Using
Options
ARC Function
1. Press the ARC button.
Each press of the button
You
can
*
display
as
below.
16:9
FG
4:3
FG
16:9
4:3
also
use
this function
Using Keystone
*
the
changes
by using
the MENU button.
function
Use this function when the
screen
is not at
a
right angle
to the
projector and the image is a trapezoid shape.
Only use the Keystone function when you can't get the best
angle of projection, because it may cause a blazing fire of the
screen.
1. Press the KEYSTONE
+
or
KEYSTONE
2. Press the KEYSTONE
+
or
KEYSTONE
condition
as
Keystone
You
can
-
button.
button to
adjust
the
Keystone
screen
0
you want.
are
also
-
adjusted from
use
this function
-50 to +50.
by using
the MENU button.
Auto Source Function
*
Automatically
detects the
projector input signal.
1. Press the MENU button and then
2. Press the OK
(A)
button and then
use
use
F,
G button to select the
menu.
D E button to select Auto Source item.
Keystone
0
Auto Source
FG
Off
Blank
Image
FG
Blue
Lamp
Mode
FG
Normal mode
,
Lamp Time
3. Press the
To exit the
22
F,
G button to select On
menu
display, repeatedly,
or
Off.
press the MENU button.
MENU
prev.
0Hr
move
FG select
Function
ENGLISH
Blank function
Using
*
This function may be effective if you need to
during presentations, meetings
or
get attention of the audience
briefings.
1. Press the BLANK button.
The
You
screen
can
turns off to
choose the
background
a
background
(Refer to 'Selecting
blank
color and sound also turns off.
color.
image color')
2. Press any button to cancel the blank function.
On
exiting
the blank status sound is also restored.
Blank
Selecting
Image
color
1. Press the MENU button and then
2. Press the OK
(A)
button and then
use
use
F,
D
,
G button to select the
E button to select Blank
menu.
Image
item.
3. Press the
F,
Background
To exit the
Lamp
G button to select the color you want to
color will be
menu
changed to
display, repeatedly,
Auto Source
FG
Off
Blank
Image
FG
Blue
Lamp
Mode
FG
Normal
Lamp
Time
MENU
prev.
0Hr
move
FG select
point.
press the MENU button.
Mode Function
2. Press the OK
To exit the
0
use.
the selected Blank function color from this
1. Press the MENU button and then
3. Press the
Keystone
F,
(A)
button and then
use
use
F,
G button to select the
D E button to select
,
G button to select Normal mode
menu
display, repeatedly,
or
Lamp Mode item.
Silent mode.
press the MENU button.
menu.
Keystone
0
Auto Source
FG
Off
Blank
Image
FG
Blue
Lamp
Mode
FG
Normal mode
Lamp
Time
MENU
prev.
0Hr
move
FG select
23
Function
Special
Menu
Checking lamp
Options
time
1. Press the MENU button and then
use
F,
G button to select the
The used lamp time is displayed.
When projector lamp is reaching the end of its life
menu.
Keystone
(over
2000
hours),
the
lamp
indicator will
be turned red.
The
lamp warning
LED illuminates red
continuously
in the
case
of excessive
lamp
time.
0
Auto Source
FG
Off
Blank
Image
FG
Blue
Lamp
Mode
FG
Normal mode
Lamp Time
MENU
Using
Still function
1. Press the STILL button.
*
You
can
freeze the
input image.
<Still
<Moving Image>
2. To exit
*
Pause, press any button
The STILL function would release
24
Image>
.
automatically
after about 10 minutes.
prev.
0Hr
move
FG
adjust
Function
Screen Menu
Auto
Function
Tracking
*This function
ENGLISH
Options
you of getting the best video quality by automatically
the difference of horizontal size and synchronization of the image.
adjusting
*Auto Tracking
assures
function works in RGB
input only.
1. Press the AUTO button.
Image positioning
and
synchronization
automatically adjusted.
are
Auto
2.
Adjust
Clock
or
Phase in
after
menu
operation
of Auto
Configure
Configure
if you want to get better picture quality in accordance with diverse RGB
input modes. In certain circumstances, you can't get the best picture
quality only with auto-correction.
You
can
also
this function
use
For best results,
perform
by using
the MENU button.
this function while
displaying
a
(Only
still
in RGB
mode)
image.
Clock / Phase Function
*
Clock Function
This function
image
*
to fit
the horizontal width of the
adjusts
the
on
screen
projected image
to
get the
size.
Phase Function
This function is for the detailed
*It's available to
adjustment of the clock function.
adjust [Clock], [Phase] in RGB mode only.
1. Press the MENU button and then
2. Press the OK
(A)
use
button and then
F,
use
Auto
G button to select the
D
,
menu.
E button to select Clock
or
Phase item.
3. Press the
To exit the
Configure
Clock
0
Phase
15
Horizontal
0
Vertical
0
MENU
G button to
F,
menu
adjust
display, repeatedly,
the
screen
prev.
move
FG
adjust
move
FG
adjust
condition.
press the MENU button.
Screen Position
*If the
image size does not fit the screen in accordance with the input
source, set the position of the image by selecting Horizontal / Vertical
position. (RGB mode)
Auto
1. Press the MENU button and then
2. Press the OK
(A)
button and then
use
use
F,
D
,
G button to select the
E button to select Horizontal
Vertical item.
3. Press the
F,
To exit
or
Clock
0
Phase
15
Horizontal
0
Vertical
0
MENU
G button to
adjust
the
screen
condition
as
prev.
you want.
adjusted from -50 to +50.
on the input mode, the adjustment range may be changed.
the menu display, repeatedly, press the MENU button.
Horizontal,
Based
menu.
Configure
Vertical
are
25
RS-232C
External Control Device
*
Connect the RS-232C
and control the
input jack to an external
Projector's functions externally.
Setup
control device
(such
as a
computer
or an
A/V control
system)
SET ID
1. Press the MENU button and then
2. Press the OK
3. Press the
F,
(A)
button and then
G button to
adjust
use
use
F,
D
,
G button to select the
menu.
E button to select Set ID item.
Set ID to select the desired
ID number.
projector
Language
FG
ARC
FG
4:3
Flip
Horizontal
Flip
Vertical
The
adjustment range of Set ID is 1~99.
Only the projector with the specified ID number will operate from the
To exit the menu display, repeatedly, press the MENU button.
How to connect external control
?
Connect the serial
port of the PC
?
RS-232C cable is not
?
Use the RS232C cable to control the
supplied
<Fig.1,
RS-232 Interface Cable>
RXD
2
2
RXD
TXD
3
3
TXD
DTR
4
4
DTR
GND
5
5
GND
DSR
6
6
DSR
RTS
7
7
RTS
CTS
8
8
CTS
External
Projector
?
Baud Rate
:
Data
115200
Length :
Parity : none
?Stopbit:1bit
?
bps(UART)
8 bit
?
26
?
Flow Control
?
Communication code
: none
:
ASCII code
on
the
projector
back
projector externally (Refer to Fig.1).
96
5
1, 9 Pin No Connection
Communication Parameter
jack
projector.
Device
*
equipment
to the RS-232C
with the
remote control.
Setup
1
panel.
FG
1
Set ID
MENU
English
prev.
move
FG select
RS-232C
Command Reference List
Data
Command1
Command2
k
a
k
b
Ratio
k
c
1~2
04. Screen Mute
k
d
0~1
05. Volume Mute
k
e
0~1
06. Volume Control
k
f
0~64
07. Contrast
k
g
0~64
08.
k
h
0~64
09. Color
k
i
0~64
10. Tint
k
j
0~64
11.
k
k
0~64
k
l
0~1
k
m
0~1
k
u
0~2
j
w
0~64
j
y
0~64
j
z
0~64
j
j
q
0~1
u
1
x
b
*
01. Power
Select
02.
Input
03.
Aspect
Brightness
Sharpness
12. OSD Select
13. Remote Control Lock /
14. Color
Key
Lock
Temperature
15. Red ADC
gain adjustment
16. Green ADC
17. Blue ADC
gain adjustment
gain adjustment
18. Low Power
19. Auto
configuration
20.
Select
*
Input
This data will be
explained
(Hexadecimal)
0~1
*
in this document in detail.
Communication Protocol
1. Transmission
[Command1][Command2][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]
*
*
*
[Command 1]
[Command 2]
[Set ID]
:
:
:
First command to control the
set.(k, j, x, ASCII code, 1 Character)
Second command to control the set..(ASCII code, 1 Character)
You can adjust the set ID to choose desired projector ID number in special menu.
99. When selecting Set ID '0', every connected projector
Adjustment range is 1
To transmit command data. Transmit 2 character when organized ASCII code.
~
*
[DATA]
:
*
*
[Cr]
:
See
previous
page.
set is controlled.
Transmit 'FF' data to read status of command.
Return
Carriage
ASCII code '0x0D'
*[]
:
ASCII code character
correspond
to
"Space
Bar" which is in order to
classify command,
set ID and Data.
2. OK Acknowledgement
[Command2] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]
*
The
Projector transmits ACK (acknowledgement)
data read mode, it indicates present status data.
based
on
this format when
If the data is data write
receiving normal data. At this time, if the data
mode, it returns the data of the PC computer.
is
3. Error Acknowledgement
[Command2] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [NG] [Data] [x]
*
The
Projector
functions
Data
:
[1]
[2]
[3]
or
:
:
:
transmits ACK
communication
(acknowledgement)
based
on
this format when
receiving
abnormal data from non-viable
errors.
illegal code(This command is not supported.)
not support function(This function doesn't work.)
wait more time(Try again a few minute later.)
27
RS-232C
External control device setup
01. Power
04. Screen Mute
(Command2:a)
To control Power On/Off of the
To select
Projector.
Transmission
screen
mute on/off.
Transmission
[k][a][ ][SetID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data
(Command2:d)
[k][d][ ][SetID][ ][Data][Cr]
Power Off
0
:
1
:PowerOn
Data
0
:
Screen Mute Off
1
:
Screen Mute On
Ack
Ack
[a][][SetID][][OK][Data][x]
Data
[d][][SetID][][OK][Data][x]
Power Off
0
:
1
:PowerOn
(Picture On)
(Picture Off)
Data
0
:
Screen Mute Off
1
:
Screen Mute On
(Picture On)
(Picture Off)
To show Power On/Off status.
Transmission
[k][a][ ][SetID][ ][FF][Cr]
05. Volume Mute
Ack
[a][][SetID][][OK][Data][x]
Data
*
To control volume mute on/off.
Power Off
0
:
1
:PowerOn
(Command2:e)
Transmission
In like manner, if other functions transmit '0xFF' data based
on this format, Acknowledgement data feed back presents
[k][e][ ][SetID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data
status about each function.
0
:
Volume Mute Off
1
:
Volume Mute On
(Volume On)
(Volume Off)
Ack
02.
Select
Input
To select
input
[e][][SetID][][OK][Data][x]
(Command2:b)
source
Data
for the Set.
0
:
Volume Mute Off
1
:
Volume Mute On
(Volume On)
(Volume Off)
Transmission
[k][b][ ][SetID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data
2
:
Video
3
:
S-Video
4
:
Component
6
:
RGB-DTV
7
:
RGB-PC
8
:
DVI-DTV
9
:
DVI-PC
06. Volume Control
Ack
To
[b][][SetID][][OK][Data][x]
Data
adjust
volume.
Transmission
2
:
Video
3
:
S-Video
7
:
RGB-PC
9
:
DVI-PC
4
:
Component
[k][f][ ][SetID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data
*
(Command2:f)
RGB-DTV(Data:6) input select is
changed to RGB-PC(Data:7) for the identical mode processing.
In like manner, the data of transmission for DVI-DTV(Data:8)
input select is changed to DVI-PC(Data:9).Therefore,if you send
Min:0~Max:64
The transmission data for
command to select RGB-DTV
changed
or
DVI-DTV source,you will recieve
data in the Ack message.
Ack
[f][ ][SetID][ ][OK][Data][x]
Data
*
Refer to 'Real data
*
03.
Aspect Ratio (Command2:c)
To
adjust
the
screen
[k][c][ ][SetID][ ][Data][Cr]
:
Normal
2
:
Wide
Screen( 4:3)
Screen(16:9)
Ack
[c][ ][SetID][ ][OK][Data][x]
Data 1
:
Normal
2
:
Wide
28
Real data
:
Step0
A
:
Step10
Screen( 4:3)
Screen(16:9)
F
mapping
mapping
0
format.
Transmission
Data 1
Min:0~Max:64
:
Step15
10
:
Step16
64
:
Step
100
1
*
1'.
Real data
0
:
mapping
Step-50
32:
Step0
64:
Step50
2
RS-232C
07. Contrast
To
adjust
(Command2:g)
11.
To
contrast.
screen
Transmission
*
adjust
the
[k][k][][SetID][][Data][Cr]
Data
Min:0~Max:64
Refer to 'Real data
1'.
mapping
Ack
*
Min:0~Max:64
Refer to 'Real data
Data
1'.
Min:0~Max:64
[k][ ][SetID][ ][OK][Data][x]
Data
Min:0~Max:64
12. OSD Select
Brightness (Command2:h)
To
adjust
screen
brightness.
Transmission
[k][l][][SetID][][Data][Cr]
[k][h][][SetID][][Data][Cr]
Data
Data
Min:0~Max:64
Refer to 'Real data
mapping
1'.
0
:
OSD Select Mode Off
1
:
OSD Select Mode On
Ack
Ack
[l][][SetID][][OK][Data][x]
[h][][SetID][][OK][Data][x]
Data
(Command2:l)
To select OSD On/Off.
Transmission
*
mapping
Ack
[g][ ][SetID][ ][OK][Data][x]
08.
sharpness.
screen
Transmission
[k][g][ ][SetID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data
Sharpness (Command2:k)
Data
Min:0~Max:64
0
:
OSD Select Mode Off
1
:
OSD Select Mode On
13. Remote Control
Lock/Key Lock
(Command2:m)
09. Color
To
adjust
(Command2:i)
To lock the front
the
projector
screen
color.
Data
Min:0~Max:64
Refer to 'Real data
the
and remote control.
mapping
0
Lock Off
:
1:LockOn
1'.
Ack
Ack
[m][][SetID][][OK][Data][x]
[i][][SetID][][OK][Data][x]
Data
on
[k][m][][SetID][][Data][Cr]
[k][i][][SetID][][Data][Cr]
*
controls
Transmission
Transmission
Data
panel
Min:0~Max:64
Data
0
Lock Off
:
1:LockOn
*
10. Tint
To
adjust
the
screen
tint.
Red:0~Green:64
Refer to 'Real data
mapping2'.
Ack
using
Temperature (ACC) (Command2:u)
the color
temperature.
Transmission
[k][u][ ][SetID][ ][Data][Cr]
Data
0
:
Normal
1
:
Cool
2:Warm
Ack
[j][][SetID][][OK][Data][x]
Data
14. Color
Adjust
[k][j][][SetID][][Data][Cr]
*
the remote control, use this mode.
When main power is On/Off, external control lock is released.
not
you're
(Command2:j)
Transmission
Data
If
Red:0~Green:64
[u][][SetID][][OK][Data][x]
Data
0
:
Normal
1
:
Cool
2:Warm
29
RS-232C
External control device setup
15. Red ADC
gain Adjustment (Color R)
(Command2:w)
Adjust
the Red
gain
of ADC
18. Low Power
part.(RGB)
Transmission
To reduce the power
*
of the
projector.
[j][q][][SetID][][Data][Cr]
Min:0~Max:64
Refer to 'Real data
Data
1'.
mapping
0
Low Power Off
:
1:LowPowerOn
Ack
Ack
[w][ ][SetID][ ][OK][Data][x]
Data
consumption
Transmission
[j][w][][SetID][][Data][Cr]
Data
(Command2:q)
Min:0~Max:64
[q][][SetID][][OK][Data][x]
Data
0
Low Power Off
:
1:LowPowerOn
16. Green ADC
gain Adjustment (Color G)
(Command2:y)
Adjust
the Green
gain
of ADC
19. Auto
part.(RGB)
Configure (Command2:u)
To
adjust picture position and
automatically. It works only in
minimize
image shaking
RGB mode.
Transmission
Transmission
[j][y][][SetID][][Data][Cr]
Data
*
[j][u][][SetID][][Data][Cr]
Min:0~Max:64
Refer to 'Real data
mapping
1'.
Ack
Data
Ack
[y][ ][SetID][ ][OK][Data][x]
Data
Min:0~Max:64
gain Adjustment (Color B)
(Command2:z)
Adjust
the Blue
gain
[u][][SetID][][OK][Data][x]
Data
17. Blue ADC
of ADC
part.(RGB)
20.
input
source
for the Set.
Transmission
Data
Min:0~Max:64
Refer to 'Real data
mapping
20
:
Video
30
:
S-Video
40
:
Component
50
:
RGB-DTV
60
:
RGB-PC
70
:
DVI-DTV
80
:
DVI-PC
40
:
Component
1'.
Ack
Ack
[b][][SetID][][OK][Data][x]
[z][ ][SetID][ ][OK][Data][x]
Data
Input Select (Command2:b)
[x][b][ ][SetID][ ][Data][Cr]
[j][z][][SetID][][Data][Cr]
*
1:Toset
To select
Transmission
Data
1:Toset
Data
Min:0~Max:64
*
20
:
Video
30
:
S-Video
60
:
RGB-PC
80
:
DVI-PC
The transmission data for
RGB-DTV(Data:50) input select is
changed to RGB-PC(Data:60) for the identical mode processing.
In like manner, the data of transmission for DVI-DTV(Data:70)
input select is changed to DVI-PC(Data:80). Therefore,if you
send command to select RGB-DTV
recieve
30
changed
or
DVI-DTV source, you will
data in the Ack message.
Information
Supported
*
The
following
table lists the
VGAEGA
640X350
70.090Hz
31.468kHz
640X350
85.080Hz
37.861kHz
640X400
70.090Hz
31.468kHz
640X400
85.080Hz
37.861kHz
720X400
70.082Hz
31.469kHz
720X400
85.039Hz
37.927kHz
640X480
59.940Hz
31.469kHz
640X480
72.800Hz
37.861kHz
640X480
75.00Hz
37.500kHz
640X480
85.008Hz
43.269kHz
800X600
56.250Hz
35.156kHz
800X600
60.317Hz
37.879kHz
800X600
72.188Hz
48.077kHz
800X600
75.00Hz
46.875kHz
800X600
85.061Hz
53.674kHz
1024X768
60.004Hz
48.363kHz
1024X768
70.069Hz
56.476kHz
1024X768
75.029Hz
60.023kHz
1024X768
84.99Hz
68.677kHz
1152X864
60.053Hz
54.348kHz
1152X864
70.01Hz
63.995kHz
1152X864
75.00Hz
67.500kHz
1280X960
60.00Hz
60.00kHz
1280X1024
60.020Hz
63.981kHz
SVGA
XGA
SXGA
*
*
display formats supported by the projector.
Format
VGA
*
Display
Sources
PC98 / VGA text
*
Monitor
Vertical
Freq.(Hz)
Horizontal
If the projector does not support the input signal, "Out of Range" message appears on the screen.
The projector supports DDC1/2B type as Plug & Play function. (Auto recognition of PC monitor)
The Synchronization input form for horizontal and vertical frequencies are Separate, Composite and SOG.
According to PC, the optimum vertical frequency may not be displayed up to the optimum frequency of set in
information (Display registration information)'. (ex, The
up to 75Hz or under in the resolution of 640X480 or 800X600.)
'Registration
<DVD/DTV
NTSC(60Hz)
PAL(50Hz)
Cable
vertical
frequency
may be
displayed
Component-*1
RGB(DTV)-*2
480i
O
X
480p
O
O
720p
O
O
1080i
O
O
576i
O
X
576p
O
O
1080i
O
O
type
1- RCA to D-Sub
2-
optimum
Input>
Signal
*
Freq. (kHz)
Computer
Adaptor
Cable
31
Information
Maintenance
*
The
projector needs little maintenance. You should keep the lens clean because any dirt or stains may appear
on the screen. If any parts need to be replaced, contact your dealer. When cleaning any part of the projector,
always turn the power off and unplug the projector first.
the lens
Cleaning
Clean the lens whenever you notice dirt
dry lint-free cloth.
To
remove
dirt
or
Cleaning
stains
the
on
Projector
projector case,
stubborn dirt
or
32
use
dust
the lens, moisten
To clean the
Do not
or
first
a
on
the surface of it.
Wipe
soft cloth with water and
a
the lens surface
neutral
gently
detergent
and
with
wipe
an
air spray
or a
the lens surface
soft,
gently.
Case
unplug the
power cable. To remove dirt or dust, wipe the casing with a soft,
soft cloth with water and a neutral detergent and then wipe the casing.
stains, moisten a
alcohol, benzene, thinners
or
other chemical
detergents
as
these
can cause
the
casing to
be
dry,
lint-free cloth. To
warped
or
discolored.
remove
Information
Memo
33
Information
Memo
34
Information
Specifications
MODEL
RD-JT90
resolution
1024(Horizontal)
horizontal / vertical ratio
DLP
panel
screen
x
768(Vertical)pixel
4:3(horizontal:vertical)
size
0.7 inches
size
1.01~5.08m(40~200
inches)
remote control distance
12m
speaker system
1W(mono)
ratio
1:1.2
compatibility
NTSC/PAL/SECAM/NTSC4.43/PAL-M/PAL-N
zoom
Video
Power
AC 100
-
240V~50/60Hz,3A-1A, 260W
height(mm/inches)
100.7/3.9
breadth(mm/inches)
330/12.9
length(mm/inches)
220.1/8.7
Operating
Condition
Projector Lamp
temperature
In
In
operation
storage and
lamp
32~95°F(0°C~35°C)
transit : -4~140°F(-20°C~60°C)
:
model
AJ-LT91
humidity
lamp
power
In
operation : 0~80% relative humidity by dry hygrometer
Not in operation : 0
90% relative humidity by dry hygrometer
consumption
200W
~
LAMP
Replacement
WARNING
:
Lamp
is
no user
Do not touch and open the
bottom enclosure. It could
shock due to
Only
service
lamp replace
cause
high temperature
personnel
replaceable part.
can
injury
and
cover
and electric
voltage.
replace lamp
after
minimum 3 min. from disconnect mains
plug
avoid
of
*
injury
cause
Applicable Lamp:
by high temperature
Manufactured
of
by
to
lamp.
USHIO Inc.,
type NSH200LG
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