Optoma ZU660 User Manual

Optoma ZU660 User Manual
DLP® Projector
User manual
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY................................................................................................ 4
Important Safety Instruction....................................................................................................... 4
Laser Radiation Safety Information............................................................................................ 5
Copyright.................................................................................................................................... 6
Disclaimer................................................................................................................................... 6
Trademark Recognition.............................................................................................................. 6
FCC............................................................................................................................................ 6
Declaration of Conformity for EU countries................................................................................ 7
WEEE......................................................................................................................................... 7
INTRODUCTION................................................................................... 8
Package Overview..................................................................................................................... 8
Standard accessories................................................................................................................. 8
Optional accessories.................................................................................................................. 8
Product Overview....................................................................................................................... 9
Connections.............................................................................................................................. 10
Keypad...................................................................................................................................... 11
Remote control.......................................................................................................................... 12
SETUP AND INSTALLATION.............................................................. 13
Installing the projection lens...................................................................................................... 13
Adjusting the projector position................................................................................................. 15
Connecting sources to the projector.......................................................................................... 16
Adjusting the projector image.................................................................................................... 17
Remote setup............................................................................................................................ 18
USING THE PROJECTOR................................................................... 20
Powering on / off the projector.................................................................................................. 20
Selecting an input source.......................................................................................................... 21
Menu navigation and features................................................................................................... 22
OSD Menu tree......................................................................................................................... 23
Picture menu............................................................................................................................. 30
Screen menu............................................................................................................................. 34
Settings menu........................................................................................................................... 39
Light source menu..................................................................................................................... 40
Options menu............................................................................................................................ 41
3D menu.................................................................................................................................... 43
Communications menu.............................................................................................................. 44
Setup network control settings menu........................................................................................ 46
2
English
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION............................................................. 51
Compatible resolutions.............................................................................................................. 51
Image size and projection distance........................................................................................... 56
Projector dimensions and ceiling mount installation.................................................................. 57
IR remote codes........................................................................................................................ 58
Troubleshooting......................................................................................................................... 60
Warning indicators..................................................................................................................... 61
Specifications............................................................................................................................ 63
Optoma global offices................................................................................................................ 64
English
3
SAFETY
The lightning flash with arrow head within an equilateral triangle is
intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated "dangerous
voltage" within the product's enclosure that may be of sufficient
magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert
the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance
(servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
Please follow all warnings, precautions and maintenance as recommended in this user's guide.
Important Safety Instruction
‡‡
Do not block any ventilation openings. To ensure reliable operation of the projector and to protect from
over heating, it is recommended to install the projector in a location that does not block ventilation.
As an example, do not place the projector on a crowded coffee table, sofa, bed, etc. Do not put the
projector in an enclosure such as a book case or a cabinet that restricts air flow.
‡‡
To reduce the risk of fire and/or electric shock, do not expose the projector to rain or moisture. Do not
install near heat sources such as radiators, heaters, stoves or any other apparatus such as amplifiers
that emits heat.
‡‡
Do not let objects or liquids enter the projector. They may touch dangerous voltage points and short
out parts that could result in fire or electric shock.
‡‡
Do not use under the following conditions:
±±
In extremely hot, cold or humid environments.
(i) Ensure that the ambient room temperature is within 5°C ~ 40°C
(ii) Relative humidity is 10% ~ 85%
4
English
±±
In areas susceptible to excessive dust and dirt.
±±
Near any appliance generating a strong magnetic field.
±±
In direct sunlight.
‡‡
Do not use the projector in places where flammable gases or explosives gases may be present in the
atmosphere. The lamp inside the projector becomes very hot during operation and the gases may
ignite and result in a fire.
‡‡
Do not use the unit if it has been physically damaged or abused. Physical damage/abuse would be
(but not limited to):
±±
Unit has been dropped.
±±
Power supply cord or plug has been damaged.
±±
Liquid has been spilled on to the projector.
±±
Projector has been exposed to rain or moisture.
±±
Something has fallen in the projector or something is loose inside.
‡‡
Do not place the projector on an unstable surface. The projector may fall over resulting in injury or the
projector may become damaged.
‡‡
Do not block the light coming out of the projector lens when in operation. The light will heat the object
and cause melt, burns or start a fire.
‡‡
Please do not open or disassemble the projector as this may cause electric shock.
‡‡
Do not attempt to service the unit yourself. Opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous
voltages or other hazards. Please call Optoma before you send the unit for repair.
‡‡
See projector enclosure for safety related markings.
‡‡
The unit should only be repaired by authorized service personnel.
‡‡
Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
‡‡
Do not look into straight into the projector lens during operation. The bright light may harm your eyes.
‡‡
This projector will detect the life of the lamp itself.
‡‡
When switching the projector off, please ensure the cooling cycle has been completed before
disconnecting power. Allow 90 seconds for the projector to cool down.
‡‡
Turn off and unplug the power plug from the AC outlet before cleaning the product.
‡‡
Use a soft dry cloth with mild detergent to clean the display housing. Do not use abrasive cleaners,
waxes or solvents to clean the unit.
‡‡
Disconnect the power plug from AC outlet if the product is not being used for a long period of time.
‡‡
Do not setup the projector in places where it might be subjected to vibration or shock.
‡‡
Do not touch the lens with bare hands.
‡‡
Remove battery/batteries from remote control before storage. If the battery/batteries are left in the
remote for long periods, they may leak.
‡‡
Do not use or store the projector in places where smoke from oil or cigarettes may be present, as it
can adversely affect the quality of the projector performance.
‡‡
Please follow the correct projector orientation installation as non standard installation may affect the
projector performance.
‡‡
Use a power strip and or surge protector. As power outages and brown-outs can KILL devices.
Laser Radiation Safety Information
This product is classified as CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT - RISK GROUP 2 of IEC 60825-1 : 2014 and also
complies with 21 CFR 1040.10 and 1040.11 as a Risk Group 2 , LIP ( Laser Illuminated Projector) as defined in IEC
62471:2006 except for deviations pursuant to Laser Notice No. 50, dated June 24, 2007.
,(&&/$66/$6(5352'8&75,6.*5283
&RPSOLHVZLWK&)5DQGDVD5LVN*URXS/,3
/DVHU,OOXPLQDWHG3URMHFWRU DVGHILQHGLQ,(&H[FHSWIRUGHYLDWLRQV
SXUVXDQWWR/DVHU1RWLFH1RGDWHG-XQH
&$87,21
3RVVLEO\KD]DUGRXVRSWLFDOUDGLDWLRQHPLWWHGIURPWKLVSURGXFW'RQRWVWDUHDW
RSHUDWLQJEHDP0D\EHKDUPIXOWRWKHH\HV
,(&352'8,7/$6(5'(&/$66(*5283('(5,648(
$9(57,66(0(17
5D\RQQHPHQWRSWLTXHGDQJHUHX[SRWHQWLHOpPLVSDUFHSURGXLW1HSDVUHJDUGHU
GLUHFWHPHQWGDQVOHIDLVFHDX&HFLSRXUUDLWrWUHQRFLISRXUOHV\HX[
,(&䱢㾧ℰẎ⒨5*⍘晐䬰于
㳏ヶ
㭋Ẏ⒨⏖僤ἁẎ生⍘晐㾧ℰ彷⯫˛寞⋦䛛妭㒴ὃℰ㝆ƏỌℴ⯠䜣䝂㍆⮚˛
,(&桅㾧ℰ䔉⒨5*⍘暑䬰䴁
㳏ヶ
㭋䔉⒨⏖僤㛪䔉生⍘暑㾧ℰ弢⯫˛媲⋦䛛好㒴ὃℰ㝆ƏỌℴ⯴䜣䝂㏴⮚˛
Failure to comply with the following could result in death or serious injury.
‡‡
This projector has a built-in Class 4 laser module. Never attempt to disassemble or modify the
projector.
‡‡
Any operation or adjustment not specifically instructed in the User manual creates the risk of
hazardous laser radiation exposure.
‡‡
Do not open or disassemble the projector as this may cause damage or exposure to laser radiation.
‡‡
Do not stare into beam when the projector is on. The bright light may result in permanent eye damage.
‡‡
When turning on the projector, make sure no one within projection range is looking into the lens.
‡‡
Follow the control, adjustment, or operation procedures to avoid damage or injury from exposure of
laser radiation.
‡‡
The instructions for the assembly, operation, and maintenance include clear warnings concerning
precautions to avoid possible exposure to hazardous laser radiation.
English
5
Copyright
This publication, including all photographs, illustrations and software, is protected under international copyright
laws, with all rights reserved. Neither this manual, nor any of the material contained herein, may be reproduced
without written consent of the author.
© Copyright 2018
Disclaimer
The information in this document is subject to change without notice. The manufacturer makes no representations
or warranties with respect to the contents hereof and specifically disclaims any implied warranties of
merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose. The manufacturer reserves the right to revise this publication
and to make changes from time to time in the content hereof without obligation of the manufacturer to notify any
person of such revision or changes.
Trademark Recognition
Kensington is a U.S. registered trademark of ACCO Brand Corporation with issued registrations and pending
applications in other countries throughout the world.
HDMI, the HDMI Logo, and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI
Licensing LLC in the United States and other countries.
DLP®, DLP Link and the DLP logo are registered trademarks of Texas Instruments and BrilliantColorTM is a
trademark of Texas Instruments.
HDBaseT™ and the HDBaseT Alliance logo are trademarks of the HDBaseT Alliance.
All other product names used in this manual are the properties of their respective owners and are Acknowledged.
FCC
This device has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device pursuant to Part 15
of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This device generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this device does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the device off and on is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
‡‡
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
‡‡
Increase the separation between the device and receiver.
‡‡
Connect the device into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
‡‡
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for help.
Notice: Shielded cables
All connections to other computing devices must be made using shielded cables to maintain compliance with FCC
regulations.
Caution
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the user's authority, which is
granted by the Federal Communications Commission, to operate this projector.
Operation Conditions
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference and
2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
6
English
Notice: Canadian users
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Remarque à l’intention des utilisateurs canadiens
Cet appareil numerique de la classe A est conforme a la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
Declaration of Conformity for EU countries
‡‡
EMC Directive 2014/30/EU (including amendments)
‡‡
Low Voltage Directive 2014/35/EU
‡‡
Radio Equipment Directive 2014/53/EU (if product has RF function)
‡‡
RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU
WEEE
Disposal instructions
Do not throw this electronic device into the trash when discarding. To minimize pollution and ensure
utmost protection of the global environment, please recycle it.
English
7
INTRODUCTION
Package Overview
Carefully unpack and verify that you have the items listed below under standard accessories. Some of the items
under optional accessories may not be available depending on the model, specification and your region of
purchase. Please check with your place of purchase. Some accessories may vary from region to region.
The warranty card is only supplied in some specific regions. Please consult your dealer for detailed information.
Standard accessories
ON
OFF
1
2
4
5
7
8
3
9
Info
0
Mode
6
Input
Auto
Enter
Menu
Exit
Gamma Bright
Cont.
Lens H
PIP
Focus
Lens V
Keystone H
Zoom
Keystone V
Shutter
(AV Mute)
Projector
Hot Key
Pattern
Remote control
2x AAA batteries
Power lead
 CD User Manual
 Warranty Card
 Basic User Manual
VGA cable
Lens cover*
Documentation
Optional lens A01
(0.95-1.22)
Optional lens A02
(1.22-1.53)
Optional lens A03
(1.53-2.92)
Optional lens A15
(0.75-0.95)
Optional UST
lens A16 (0.36)
Optional accessories
Note:
8
English
‡‡
‡‡
Optional accessories vary depending on model, specification and region.
*For A01, A03, and A13 lens.
Optional lens A13
(2.90-5.50)
INTRODUCTION
Product Overview
1
2
3
4
5
6
13
7
12
11 10
9
8
Note: Do not block projector inlet or outlet air vents.
(*) optional accessory varies depending on model, specification, and region.
No
Item
No
Item
1.
Front IR Receiver
8.
Power Switch
2.
Lens
9.
Power Socket
3.
Top IR Receiver
10. KensingtonTM Lock Port
4.
LED Status Indicators
11. Security Bar
5.
Tilt-Adjustment Feet
12. Input / Output
6.
Ventilation (inlet)
13. Keypad
7.
Ventilation (outlet)
English
9
INTRODUCTION
Connections
1
2
12
No
10 English
Item
3
4
11
5
10
6
9
No
8
7
Item
1.
LAN Connector
7.
Wired Remote Connector
2.
HDBaseT Connector
8.
Power Socket
3.
HDMI-1 Connector
9.
VGA-OUT Connector
4.
HDMI-2 Connector
10. RS232-C Connector
5.
DVI-D Connector
11. 3D SYNC OUT Connector
6.
VGA-IN/YPbPr Connector
12. 3D SYNC IN Connector
INTRODUCTION
Keypad
1
11
No
Item
2
10
3
4
9
8
7
No
5
6
Item
1.
Power
7.
Four Directional Select Keys
2.
Menu
8.
Zoom
3.
Enter
9.
Focus
4.
Exit
10. Auto
5.
Input
11. Lens
6.
AV Mute
English
11
INTRODUCTION
Remote control
ON
OFF
1
16
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
3
Info
0
Mode
17
4
Auto
Input
18
Exit
19
2
5
Enter
6
7
Menu
8
Gamma Bright
Cont.
PIP
9
20
21
10
Lens H
11
Focus
22
Zoom
23
Pattern
24
Lens V
12
Keystone H
13
Keystone V
14
Shutter
(AV Mute)
Hot Key
15
No
Item
No
1.
Power On
9.
2.
Number Keys
3.
Item
No
Item
17.
Mode
10. Lens H
18.
Input
Info
11. Lens V
19.
Exit
4.
Auto
12. Keystone H
20.
PIP
5.
Enter
13. Keystone V
21.
Cont.
6.
Four Directional Select Keys
14. Shutter (AV Mute)
22.
Focus
7.
Menu
15. Hot Key
23.
Zoom
8.
Gamma
16. Power Off
24.
Pattern
12 English
Bright
SETUP AND INSTALLATION
Installing the projection lens
Before setting up the projector, install the projection lens on the projector.
IMPORTANT!
‡‡
Make sure the projector is properly turned off before installing the lens.
‡‡
During lens installation, do not adjust the lens shift, zoom, or focus either using the remote control or
the projector keypad.
Procedure:
1.
Rotate the lens cap counterclockwise.
2.
Remove the lens cap.
English
13
SETUP AND INSTALLATION
3.
Install the lens onto the projector.
4.
Rotate the lens clockwise to lock the lens in place.
5.
Firmly install the lens ring onto the lens.
Note: The lens ring is compatible with the following lens modules: A01 (0.95-1.22), A02 (1.22-1.53), A03 (1.532.92), and A13 (2.90-5.50).
14 English
SETUP AND INSTALLATION
Adjusting the projector position
When you select a position for the projector, consider the size and shape of your screen, the location of your power
outlets, and the distance between the projector and the rest of your equipment. Follow these general guidelines:
‡‡
Position the projector on a flat surface at a right angle to the screen. The projector (with the standard
lens) must be at least 3 feet (0.9m) from the projection screen.
‡‡
Position the projector to the desired distance from the screen. The distance from the lens of the
projector to the screen, the zoom setting, and the video format determine the size of the projected
image.
‡‡
For the fixed short lens, the image exits at a default angle. However, the lens shift feature makes the
image offset variable.
‡‡
360 degree free orientation operation
English
15
SETUP AND INSTALLATION
Connecting sources to the projector
6
3
2
4
5
1
7
12
11
10
8
9
No
16 English
Item
No
Item
1.
RJ-45 Cable
7.
Wired Remote-In Cable (~30m)
2.
CAT5e/6/6A Cable
8.
Power Cord
3.
HDMI Cable
9.
VGA-Out Cable
4.
DVI-D Cable
10. RS-232C Cable
5.
VGA-In Cable
11. 3D Emitter Cable
6.
RCA Component Cable
12. 3D Sync Cable
SETUP AND INSTALLATION
Adjusting the projector image
Image height
The projector is equipped with elevator feet for adjusting the image height.
1.
2.
Locate the adjustable foot you wish to adjust on the underside of the projector.
Rotate the adjustable foot clockwise or counterclockwise to raise or lower the projector.
Tilt-Adjustment Feet
Tilt-Adjustment Ring
Warning:
‡‡
The feet of projector are not removable. Please do not screw out the feet of projector. The adjustable
height of the elevator feet could be raised up to 45mm.
Zoom and focus
‡‡
To adjust the image size, press the Zoom button (
size.
‡‡
To adjust the focus, press the Focus button (
Lens H
) to increase or decrease the projected image
) until the image is sharp and legible.
Focus
Lens V
Keystone H
B
A
B
Zoom
Keystone V
Shutter
(AV Mute)
Hot Key
Pattern
A
English
17
SETUP AND INSTALLATION
Remote setup
Installing / replacing the batteries
Two AAA size batteries are supplied for the remote control.
1.
2.
3.
Remove the battery cover on the back of the remote control.
Insert AAA batteries in the battery compartment as illustrated.
Replace back cover on remote control.
Note: Replace only with the same or equivalent type batteries.
CAUTION
Improper use of batteries can result in chemical leakage or explosion. Be sure to follow the instructions below.
‡‡
Do not mix batteries of different types. Different types of batteries have different characteristics.
‡‡
Do not mix old and new batteries. Mixing old and new batteries can shorten the life of new batteries or
cause chemical leakage in old batteries.
‡‡
Remove batteries as soon as the are depleted. Chemicals that leak from batteries that come in contact
with skin can cause a rash. If you find any chemical leakage, wipe thoroughly with a cloth.
‡‡
The batteries supplied with this product may have a shorter life expectancy due to storage conditions.
‡‡
If you will not be using the remote control for an extended period of time, remove the batteries.
‡‡
When you dispose of the batteries, you must obey the law in the relative area or country.
Effective range
Infra-Red (IR) remote control sensors are located on the front and top sides of the projector. Ensure to hold the
remote control at an angle within ±30° (horizontally or vertically) to the projector's IR remote control sensor to
function correctly. The distance between the remote control and the sensor should not be longer than 10 meters
(32.8 feet).
18 English
‡‡
Make sure that there are no obstacles between the remote control and the IR sensor on the projector
that might obstruct the infra-red beam.
‡‡
Make sure the IR transmitter of the remote control is not being shined by sunlight or fluorescent lamps
directly.
‡‡
Please keep the remote controller away from fluorescent lamps for over 2 m or the remote controller
might become malfunction.
‡‡
If the remote control is closed to Inverter-Type fluorescent lamps, it might become ineffective from time
to time.
‡‡
If the remote control and the projector are within a very short distance, the remote control might
become ineffective.
‡‡
When you aim at the screen, the effective distance is less than 5 m from the remote control to the
screen and reflecting the IR beams back to the projector. However, the effective range might change
according to screens.
st
e
on
V
Ho
Zo
om
t Ke
y
Pa
tte
rn
19
s
H
Ex
u
t
Inpu
O
N
1
O
4
FF
2
7
5
In
3
fo
8
Au
6
to
0
9
Mo
de
En
te
r
Men
Ga
mm
a
Br
ight
Co
nt.
Le
it
ns
H
PIP
Le
ns
V
Key
st
Fo
cu
e
on
Key
r
te
ut te)
Sh V Mu
(A
English
Approx. ±30°
Approx. ±30°
ON
0
Info
8
7
5
4
2
1
OFF
3
6
9
Mode
Input
Auto
Enter
Menu
Exit
Gamma Bright
Cont.
Lens H
PIP
Focus
Lens V
Keystone H
Zoom
Keystone V
Shutter
(AV Mute)
Hot Key
Pattern
SETUP AND INSTALLATION
USING THE PROJECTOR
Powering on / off the projector
ON
OFF
or
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Info
0
Mode
Input
Auto
Enter
Menu
Exit
Gamma Bright Cont.
PIP
Powering on
1.
Securely connect the power lead and signal/source cable.
2.
Set the Power switch to the “ON” position.
3.
Turn on the projector by pressing “ ” on the remote control or pressing “
V blink.
The Status LED is Orange with aLens
long
Lens H
Focus
” on the projector keypad.
Note: The first time the projector is turned on,
you will be
prompted to select the preferred language, projection
Zoom
Keystone H
orientation, and other settings.
Keystone V
Powering off
1.
Shutter
(AV Mute)
Hot Key
Pattern
Turn off the projector by pressing “ ” on the projector keypad or pressing “
A warning message will appear on the displayed image.
” on the remote control.
Power Off?
Press power key again.
2.
Press “ ” on the projector keypad or press “ ” on the remote control again to confirm, otherwise the
warning message will disappear after 10 seconds. When you press “ ” on the projector keypad or
press “ ” on the remote control for the second time, the projector will shut down.
3.
Set the Power switch to the “OFF” position.
4.
Disconnect the power lead from the electrical outlet and the projector.
Note: It is not recommended that the projector is turned on immediately, right after a power off procedure.
20 English
USING THE PROJECTOR
ON
OFF
Selecting an input source
1
2
3
Turn on the connected source that you want to display on the screen, such as computer, notebook, video player,
4 the source.
5
6If multiple sources are connected, press the Input button on
etc. The projector will automatically detect
the projector keypad or the remote control to select the desired input.
7
8
9
0
Info
Mode
Input
Auto
or
Enter
Menu
Exit
Gamma Bright
Cont.
Lens H
PIP
Focus
Lens V
Keystone H
Zoom
Keystone V
Shutter
(AV Mute)
Hot Key
Pattern
English
21
USING THE PROJECTOR
Menu navigation and features
The projector has multilingual on-screen display menus that allow you to make image adjustments and change a
variety of settings. The projector will automatically detect the source.
1.
To open the OSD menu, press "Menu" on the remote control or the projector keypad.
2.
When OSD is displayed, use pqtu to navigate within the menu and adjust a setting up or down.
3.
Press "Enter" to enter the submenu or confirm the selection/setting.
4.
Press "Exit" to return to the previous menu or exit menus if at top level.
Main Menu
Picture
Display Mode
Wall Color
Brightness
Contrast
Sharpness
Color
Tint
Gamma
White Peaking
Presentation
White
Color Temp.
Color Wheel Speed
HSG Adjustment
Contrast Enhancement
Color Space
Save to User
Bright
Video
Settings
Off
Auto
Sub Menu
Select
22 English
Enter
Exit
USING THE PROJECTOR
OSD Menu tree
Main Menu
Sub Menu
Sub Menu 2
Sub Menu 3
Default Value
Range
Bright
Presentation
Movie
Display Mode
Depends on signal
type and selected
Color Mode.
sRGB
Blending
DICOM SIM.
User
Wall color
White
White
Gray 130
Brightness
Depends on Color
Mode.
0 ~ 100
Contrast
Depends on Color
Mode.
0 ~ 100
Sharpness
5
0 ~ 10
Color
For VGA
component signal
only.
0 ~ 100
Tint
For VGA
component signal
only.
0 ~ 100
Video
Film
Gamma
Depends on Color
Mode.
Bright
CRT
Picture
DICOM
White Peaking
0 ~ 100
Warm
Color Temp.
Bright
Bright
Cool
Color Wheel
Speed
2X
3X
3X
Red
Green
HSG Adjustment Blue
Cyan
Magenta
Hue
1~199
Saturation
0 ~ 199
Gain
1 ~ 199
Hue
1~199
Saturation
0 ~ 199
Gain
1 ~ 199
Hue
1~199
Saturation
0 ~ 199
Gain
1 ~ 199
Hue
1~199
Saturation
0 ~ 199
Gain
1 ~ 199
Hue
1~199
Saturation
0 ~ 199
Gain
1 ~ 199
English
23
USING THE PROJECTOR
Main Menu
Sub Menu
Sub Menu 2
Yellow
HSG Adjustment
Sub Menu 3
Default Value
Range
Hue
1~199
Saturation
0 ~ 199
Gain
1 ~ 199
Red
White Gain
Green
1~199
Blue
Reset to Default
Picture
Contrast
Enhancement
Off
Off
Dynamic Black
Extreme Black
Auto
Color Space
RGB (0-255)
Auto
RGB (16-235)
YUV
Save to User
Yes
No
Auto
4:3
Aspect Ratio
16:9
16:10
Native
Pixel Phase
Analog signal only.
0 ~ 100
Pixel Track
Analog signal only.
0 ~ 100
Horz Position
Analog signal only.
0 ~ 100
Vert Position
Analog signal only.
0 ~ 100
Digital Horz
Zoom
100% to 200%
0
0 ~ 10
Digital Vert
Zoom
100% to 200%
0
0 ~ 10
50
0 ~ 100
50
0 ~ 100
Digital Horz Shift
Digital Vert Shift
Off
Screen
Ceiling Mount
On
Auto
Auto
Rear Projection
Off
Off
On
H. Keystone
20
0 ~ 40
V. Keystone
20
0 ~ 40
Top Left Horz
Adjust
Geometric
Correction
Top Left Vert
Adjust
4-Corner
Top Right Horz
Adjust
Top Right Vert
Adjust
Bottom Left Horz
Adjust
24 English
USING THE PROJECTOR
Main Menu
Sub Menu
Sub Menu 2
Sub Menu 3
Default Value
Range
Bottom Left Vert
Adjust
4-Corner
Bottom Right
Horz Adjust
Bottom Right Vert
Adjust
Geometric
Correction
Grid Color
Reset
Purple
Green
Green
Yes
No
Off
PIP / PBP Enable
PBP
Off
PIP
VGA
HDMI-1
Main Source
HDMI-2
Current source.
DVI
HDBaseT
VGA
HDMI-1
PIP-PBP
Sub Source
HDMI-2
DVI
Depends on
current source.
HDBaseT
Screen
Top Left
Layout
Top Right
Bottom Left
Top Left
Bottom Right
Small
Size
Medium
Medium
Large
Swap
Change Sources
Source key
List all Sources
Auto Source
Auto Image
Normal
Wide
Wide
Active Source
Signal Format
Aspect Ratio
Resolution
Source Info
Vert Refresh
Horz Refresh
Pixel Clock
Sync Type
Color Space
English
25
USING THE PROJECTOR
Main Menu
Sub Menu
Sub Menu 2
Sub Menu 3
Default Value
Range
PIP/PBP (When
PIP/PBP is active)
Screen
Source Info
<PIP/PBP source
lines> (When PIP/
PBP is active)
English
Simplified
Chinese
French
German
Italian
Language
Japanese
English
Korean
Russian
Spanish
Portuguese
Indonesian
Dutch
Left Top
Right Top
Menu Location
Center
Left Top
Left Bottom
Right Bottom
Settings
Standby Power
Mode
0.5W mode
Communication
mode
Communication
None
Grid
Test Pattern
White
Black
None
Checkerboard
Color Bars
Direct Power On
Off
On
Off
Blank Screen
Hot-Key settings
Aspect Ratio
Freeze Screen
Blank Screen
Projector Info
Reset to Default
Yes
No
Service
Constant Power
Light source
Light Source
Mode
Constant Intensity
ECO 1
Constant Power
ECO 2
Constant Power
26 English
0 to 99
99
0 to 99 (30% to 100%)
USING THE PROJECTOR
Main Menu
Light source
Sub Menu
Sub Menu 2
Sub Menu 3
Default Value
Range
Total Projector
Light Source Info Hours
LD Hours
Logo
Background
color
Blue
Default Value
Black
White
Auto shutdown
0
0~120 (one step: 5 mins)
Sleep Timer
0
0~990 (one step: 10 mins)
Focus
Command
Zoom
Command
Focus in - motor go step
Focus out - motor go step
Zoom in - motor go step
Zoom out - motor go step
Left shift up - motor go
step
Lens Shift
Left shift down - motor
go step
Command
Left shift right - motor go
step
Left shift left - motor go
step
1
Lens Function
2
Apply Position
3
4
5
Lens Memory
Options
1
Save Current
Position
2
3
4
5
Lock Lens Motors
Lens Calibration
High Altitude
PIN
Allow
Locked
Command
Off
Off
On
PIN protect
Allow
Off
On
Off
Change PIN
Top
Remote Settings
Front
HDBaseT
Projector Address
Show message
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
0 ~ 99
On
On
On
0
Off
English
27
USING THE PROJECTOR
Main Menu
Sub Menu
Sub Menu 2
Keypad LED
Sub Menu 3
Always On
Default Value
Always On
Always Off
LED Settings
Always On
Status LED
Model Name
Serial Number
Native Resolution
MCU FW
DDP FW
M9813 FW
Motor FW
ext flash FW
Main Input
Main Signal
Format
Main Pixel Clock
Main Sync Type
Main Horz
Refresh
Main Vert Refresh
Options
PIP/PBP Input
Information
PIP/PBP Signal
Format
PIP/PBP Pixel
Clock
PIP/PBP Sync
Type
PIP/PBP Horz
Refresh
PIP/PBP Vert
Refresh
Light Source
Power
Total Projector
Hours
Light Source
Hours
Standby Mode
Lens Lock
Settings
IP Address
DHCP
System
Temperature
28 English
Always Off
Warnings/Errors
Only
Always On
Range
USING THE PROJECTOR
Main Menu
Sub Menu
3D
3D Invert
Sub Menu 2
Sub Menu 3
Auto
Off
Off
On
Depends on input
signal. If an HDMI
source is detected
with AVINFO
then 3D mode
is switched on
automatically.
Side-by-Side
(Half)
Top and Bottom
Frame Sequential
3D
1080p @ 24
3D sync out
96Hz
144Hz
144Hz
To Emitter
To Emitter
To Next Projector
Frame Delay
L/R Reference
DLP Link
Range
Auto
On
Frame Packing
3D Format
Default Value
1~200
1ST Frame
1ST Frame
Field GPIO
Off
Off
On
DHCP
IP Address
LAN
Subnet Mask
By set.
Default Gateway
MAC Address
Apply
Command
Projector Name
Network
Show Network
Messages
On
Off
Restart Network… Command
Network Factory
Reset…
By set.
Command
1200
Communications
2400
4800
Serial Port Baud
Rate
9600
14400
115200
19200
38400
57600
115200
Serial Port Echo
Serial Port Path
Off
On
RS232
HDBaseT
Off
RS232
English
29
USING THE PROJECTOR
Picture menu
Picture
Display Mode
Wall Color
Brightness
Contrast
Sharpness
Color
Tint
Gamma
White Peaking
Presentation
White
Color Temp.
Color Wheel Speed
HSG Adjustment
Contrast Enhancement
Color Space
Save to User
Bright
Select
Video
Off
Auto
Enter
Exit
Display Mode
Optimize the projector for displaying images under certain conditions.
‡‡
Bright: Maximum brightness from PC input.
‡‡
Presentation: This mode is suitable for showing PowerPoint presentations when the projector is
connected to the PC.
‡‡
Movie: This mode is suitable for watching video.
‡‡
sRGB: This color mode matches the REC709 color standard as closely as possible.
‡‡
Blending: When using multiple projectors, this mode can eliminate the visible banding and create a
single bright, high resolution image across the screen.
‡‡
DICOM SIM: This mode can project a monochrome medical image such as an X ray radiography, MRI,
etc.
‡‡
User: Memorize user’s settings.
Wall Color
Set the wall color so that the projector can enhance the color performance customized for the specific wall.
Available options include White and Gray 130.
Brightness
Adjust the intensity of the image.
Contrast
Adjust the degree of difference between the lightest and darkest parts of the image and change the amount of
black and white in the image.
Sharpness
Adjust the sharpness of the image.
30 English
USING THE PROJECTOR
Color
Adjust a video image from black and white to fully saturated color.
Tint
Adjust the color balance of red and green.
Gamma
Set up gamma curve type. After the initial setup and fine tuning is completed, utilize the gamma adjustment steps to
optimize your image output.
‡‡
Video: For video or TV source.
‡‡
Film: For home theater.
‡‡
Bright: For emphasizing brightness.
‡‡
CRT: For CRT monitor.
‡‡
DICOM: For simulated DICOM.
White Peaking
Increase the brightness of whites near 100%.
Color Temp.
Change the intensity of the colors. Select a listed relative warmth value.
Color Wheel Speed
Select the color wheel speed from 2x or 3x. The color wheel speed defines the delay between the color wheel and
the DMD.
HSG Adjustment
For more information on HSG adjustment, refer to page 31.
Contrast Enhancement
Enable or disable the contrast enhancement function. Enable this function to raise the contrast ratio.
‡‡
Off: Disable contrast enhancement function.
‡‡
Dynamic Black: Auto adjust the contrast ratio for video contents.
‡‡
Extreme Black: Auto increase contrast when a blank (black) image is displayed.
Color Space
Select a color space specifically tuned for the input signal. Only useful for analog signals and certain digital
sources. The available options include Auto, RGB (0-255), RGB (16-235), and YUV.
Save to User
Save the current picture settings in user profile.
HSG Adjustment menu
HSG Adjustment
Red
Hue
Saturation
Gain
Reset to Default
Select
Adjust
Exit
English
31
USING THE PROJECTOR
Hue
Note the following about adjusting hue:
‡‡
Adjust the hue independently for each color (R,G,B,C,M, and Y).
‡‡
White does not have a hue input.
‡‡
A negative hue input provides a clockwise rotation of the color’s hue.
‡‡
A positive hue input provides a counter-clockwise rotation of the color’s hue.
‡‡
A zero input does not change the hue of the color.
Saturation
Note the following about adjusting saturation:
32 English
‡‡
The saturation can be adjusted independently for each color (R,G,B,C,M, and Y).
‡‡
A saturation level of 0 removes all color from that region.
‡‡
A saturation level of 254 sets the color region to have maximum color.
‡‡
A saturation level of 127 does not change the saturation.
USING THE PROJECTOR
Gain
Note the following about adjusting gain:
‡‡
The gain can be adjusted independently for each color (R,G,B,C,M,Y, and W).
‡‡
The range of input is 0 to 254.
‡‡
The gain changes the intensity level of the respective color.
‡‡
A gain level of 127 disables the HSG controls for that color.
‡‡
A gain level less than 127 darkens the respective color.
‡‡
A gain level of 254 sets the color region to have maximum gain; however, clipping occurs on the
signal.
‡‡
A gain of 127 is the nominal setting.
‡‡
White provides three gain level controls, one each for the R,G,B component of white.
Reset to Default
Reset all the HSG adjustments to the factory defaults.
English
33
USING THE PROJECTOR
Screen menu
Screen
Aspect Ratio
Pixel Phase
Pixel Track
Horz Position
Vert Position
Digital Horz Zoom
Digital Vert Zoom
Digital Horz Shift
Digital Vert Shift
Auto
Ceiling Mount
Rear Projection
Auto
Off
PIP-PBP
Source Key
Auto Image
Source Info
Change Sources
Wide
Geometric Correction
Select
Enter
Exit
Aspect Ratio
Display an image with the detected size, or resize the image by maximizing either the height, width, both, or resize
to the maximum size possible while keeping the original aspect ratio.
‡‡
Auto: Display with the detected size.
‡‡
4:3: Retain 4:3 aspect ratio.
‡‡
16:9: Retain 16:9 aspect ratio.
‡‡
16:10: Retain 16:10 aspect ratio.
‡‡
Native: This format displays the original image without any scaling.
Pixel Phase
Adjust the pixel phase when the image shows shimmer or noise after pixel tracking is optimized. Pixel phase can
adjust the phase of the pixel-sampling clock relative to the incoming signal. (Analog RGB signals only.)
Pixel Track
Ensure that the image quality is consistent across the screen, the aspect ratio is maintained, and the pixel phase
can be optimized. Steady flickering or several soft vertical stripes or bands across the entire image indicates poor
pixel tracking. (Analog RGB signals only).
Horz Position
Move the image right or left within the area of available pixels.
Vert Position
Move the image up or down within the area of available pixels.
Digital Horz Zoom
Change the size of projector’s display area horizontally. If the display area has been resized by this setting, it can
be moved by changing the Digital Horz Shift.
34 English
USING THE PROJECTOR
Digital Vert Zoom
Change the size of projector’s display area vertically. If the display area has been resized by this setting, it can be
moved by changing the Digital Vert Shift settings.
Digital Horz Shift
Move the display area horizontally if its size has been changed by the Digital Horz Zoom setting.
Digital Vert Shift
Move the display area vertically if its size has been changed by the Digital Vert Zoom setting.
Ceiling Mount
Turn the image upside down for ceiling-mounted projection.
Rear Projection
Reverse the image so that you can project from behind a translucent screen.
Geometric Correction
Provide several ways for warping control.
For more information on geometry correction, refer to page 35.
‡‡
H. Keystone: Adjust the keystone horizontally and make a more square image.
‡‡
V. Keystone: Adjust the keystone vertically and make a more square image.
‡‡
4-Corner: Allow the image to be squeezed to fit an area defined by moving each of the four corners’ x
and y position.
‡‡
Grid Color: Choose the color of 4 corner, green or purple.
‡‡
PIP-PBP
Reset: Restore the settings to its default value.
Display an image with two sources in PIP mode or PBP mode.
For more information on PIP/PBP, refer to page 36.
Source Key
List or change the sources. The available options include Change Sources, List all Sources, and Auto Source.
Auto Image
Force the projector to reacquire and lock to the input signal. This is useful when signal quality is marginal.
‡‡
Normal: Supports all of the 4:3 input sources.
‡‡
Wide: Supports all of the 16:9 input source and most of the 4:3 input sources.
Note: For the 4:3 input sources not recognized by Wide mode (for example, 1400x1050), perform Auto
Image using Normal mode.
Source Info
Display the current source settings. (Read-only).
Geometric Correction menu
Geometric Correction
H. Keystone
V. Keystone
4 - corner
Grid Color
Reset
Select
Enter
Green
Exit
English
35
USING THE PROJECTOR
H. Keystone
Adjust image distortion horizontally and make a squarer image. Horizontal keystone is used to correct a keystoned
image shape in which the left and right borders of the image are unequal in length. This is intended for use with
horizontally on-axis applications.
V. Keystone
Adjust image distortion vertically and make a squarer image. Vertical keystone is used to correct a keystoned
image shape in which the top and bottom are slanted to one of the sides. This is intended when for use with
vertically on-axis applications.
4-Corner
Allow the image to be squeezed to fit an area defined by moving each of the four corners’ x and y position.
‡‡
Top Left Horz Adjust (B) / Top Left Vert Adjust (A): Top left corner can move in to squeeze the
image by maximum 120 pixels horizontally and 80 pixels vertically.
‡‡
Top Right Horz Adjust (C) / Top Right Vert Adjust (D): Top right corner can move in to squeeze the
image by maximum 120 pixels horizontally and 80 pixels vertically.
‡‡
Bottom Left Horz Adjust (G) / Bottom Left Vert Adjust (H): Bottom left corner can move in to
squeeze the image by maximum 120 pixels horizontally and 80 pixels vertically.
‡‡
Bottom Right Horz Adjust (F) / Bottom Right Vert Adjust (E): Bottom right corner can move in to
squeeze the image by maximum 120 pixels horizontally and 80 pixels vertically.
B
C
A
D
H
E
G
F
PIP/PBP menu
PIP-PBP
PIP / PBP Enable
Main Source
Sub Source
Layout
Size
Swap
Select
36 English
Off
Top Left
Small
Enter
Exit
USING THE PROJECTOR
PIP / PBP Enable
Toggle between displaying two sources at once (Main and PIP/PBP images) or one source only.
‡‡
Off: Display image from the main source only.
‡‡
PBP: Display images from two sources by separating the screen into two parts. One source is
displayed on the main screen and another source is displayed in an inset window.
‡‡
PIP: Display images from two sources by separating the screen into half. One source is displayed on the
left side of the screen and the other source on the right side of the screen. For layout, refer to page 38.
Main Source
Select an active input to be used as the main image. The available inputs include VGA, HDMI-1, HDMI-2, DVI, and
HDBaseT.
Sub Source
Select an active input to be used as the sub image. The available inputs include VGA, HDMI-1, HDMI-2, DVI, and
HDBaseT.
Layout
Set the location of the PIP/PBP image on the screen. Refer to page 38.
Size
Select the PIP/PBP size to small, medium, or large.
Swap
Change the main image to PIP/PBP, and the PIP/PBP to main image.
Note: Swapping is available only when PIP/PBP is enabled.
PIP/PBP Matrix
PIP/PBP compatibility table as described below:
PIP/PBP Matrix
VGA
DVI-D
HDMI-2
HDMI-1
HDBaseT
VGA
—
V
V
V
V
DVI-D
V
—
V
—
—
HDMI-2
V
V
—
V
V
HDMI-1
V
—
V
—
—
HDBaseT
V
—
V
—
—
Note:
1. Flashing lines may occur if the bandwidth of both inputs are too high, please try to reduce the resolution.
2. Frame tearing may occur due to a difference in frame rate between the Main and the Sub picture, please
try to match the frame rate for each input.
English
37
USING THE PROJECTOR
Layout and Size
A P indicates the primary source region (lighter color):
PIP Layout
PIP-Bottom Right
PIP-Bottom Left
PIP-Top Left
PIP-Top Right
PBP Layout
PIP Size
Small
Medium
Large
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
PBP Size
Small
Medium
PBP, Main Left
–
–
PBP, Main Right
–
–
38 English
Large
P
P
USING THE PROJECTOR
Settings menu
Settings
Language
Menu Location
Standby Power Mode
Test Pattern
Direct Power On
Hot-Key Settings
Reset to Default
Service
Select
English
Communication Mode
Checkerboard
Off
Blank Screen
Enter
Exit
Language
Select an available language for the on-screen display. The available options include English, Simplified Chinese,
French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish, Portuguese, Indonesian, and Dutch.
Language
Menu Location
Set up the on-screen display menu location. The available options include Left Top, Right Top, Center, Left Bottom,
and Right Bottom.
Menu Location
Standby Power Mode
Set the standby power mode setting.
‡‡
0.5W mode: The projector is in standby mode when connected to AC power. (<0.5W).
‡‡
Communication mode: The projector can be controlled via the LAN terminal during power standby.
English
39
USING THE PROJECTOR
Test Pattern
Choose the required internal test pattern to display. The available options include None, Grid, White, Black,
Checkerboard, and Color Bars.
Direct Power On
Automatically turn the projector on when electrical power is connected. The available options inlcude On and Off.
Hot-Key Settings
Assign a different function to the hot key on the IR remote keypad by highlighting the function in the list and
pressing Enter. Choose a function that does not already have a dedicated button, and assign the hot key to that
function, allowing you to quickly and easily use the chosen function. The available options include Blank Screen,
Aspect Ratio, Freeze Screen, and Projector Info.
Reset to Default
Restore all settings to their default value. It does not reset network but it resets RS232.
Light source menu
Light Source
Light Source Mode
Constant Power
Constant Power
Light Source Info
Select
Enter
Exit
Light Source Mode
Set the light source mode. The available options include Constant Power, Constant Intensity, ECO 1, and ECO 2.
Constant Power
Set the value of the laser diode power.
Light Source Info
Display the total hours of the projector, the total hours of the laser diode that have been used and information on
light sensor calibration.
40 English
USING THE PROJECTOR
Options menu
Options
Background Color
Auto Shutdown
Sleep Timer
Lens Function
High Altitude
PIN
Remote Settings
Show message
LED settings
Information
Select
Logo
Off
Off
Enter
Exit
Background Color
Use this feature to display a Logo, Blue, Black, or White screen when no signal is available.
Auto Shutdown
Automatically turn the projector off after no signals are detected for a preset number of minutes. If an active signal
is received before the projector powers down, the image is displayed.
Sleep Timer
Allow the projector to automatically power off after it has been on for a specified amount of time.
English
41
USING THE PROJECTOR
Lens Function
Adjust the lens parameters.
‡‡
Focus: Adjust the focus point of the image.
‡‡
Zoom: Adjust the zoom of the image in or out.
‡‡
Lens Shift: Shift the lens up and down, or left and right.
‡‡
Lens Memory: Save the current lens position after doing lens shift. Apply lens position to the chosen
set of lens memory. The lens memory can save up to five locations.
‡‡
Lock Lens Motors: Select this function to prevent all lens motors from moving. It will disable the
Zoom, Focus, Horizontal, and Vertical Position settings, effectively locking out any changes and
overriding all other lens features. This is particularly useful to prevent accidental lens position changes
in multi-projector installations.
‡‡
Lens Calibration: Calibrate to move the lens back to center.
Lens Function
Focus
Zoom
Lens Shift
Lens Lock
Lens Calibration
Select
On
Enter
Exit
High Altitude
Enable or disable high altitude mode.
‡‡
On: Enable high altitude mode for altitudes ≥ 2000m. The fan operates at high speed to ensure
sufficient air flow for high altitudes.
‡‡
Off: Disable high altitude mode. For altitudes below 2000m.
PIN
Protects your projector with a PIN code. Once enabled, you must enter the PIN code before you can project an
image.
‡‡
PIN Protect: Set to On to enable the function.
‡‡
Change PIN: Set a new PIN code.
PIN
Off
PIN protect
Change PIN
Select
Enter
Exit
Remote Settings
Turn on or off remote settings, such as Top, Front, HDBaseT, and Projector Address.
Show Message
Hide or display projector settings.
LED Settings
Control the keypad LED and status LED.
Information
Display the projector settings. (Read-only).
42 English
USING THE PROJECTOR
3D menu
3D
3D
3D Invert
3D Format
1080P@24
3D Sync Out
Frame Delay
L/R Reference
DLP Link
Select
Auto
Off
To Emitter
1ST Frame
Off
Enter
Exit
3D
Enable 3D content detection.
3D Invert
Invert the 3D sync signal when using a single projector.
3D Format
Set the 3D format. Supports mandatory 3D formats and frame sequential 3D@120Hz. The available options
include Frame Packing, Side-by-Side (Half), Top and Bottom, and Frame Sequential.
1080p@24
Set the 3D resolution 1080p@24 sequency. The available options include 96Hz and 144Hz.
3D Sync Out
Transmit a 3D sync signal by the 3D sync output corrector to the emitter or to the next projector for 3D blending
purposes.
Frame Delay
Correct asynchronous displaying of images under 3D blending.
L/R Reference
Source of the left or right reference.
‡‡
1ST Frame: This is used for single 3D projector.
‡‡
Field GPIO: Select Field GPIO to make the first 3D output signal the same for multiprojectors
application.
DLP Link
Select to use optimized settings for DLP 3D Glasses.
English
43
USING THE PROJECTOR
Communications menu
Communications
LAN
Network
Serial Port Baud Rate
Serial Port Echo
Serial Port Path
Select
On
Enter
Exit
LAN
Determine the communication settings.
‡‡
DHCP: Turn the DHCP on or off.
‡‡
IP Address: Assign the network IP address.
‡‡
Subnet Mask: Assign the network subnet mask.
‡‡
Default Gateway: Assign the network default gateway.
‡‡
MAC Address: Display the network MAC address value.
‡‡
Network
Apply: Apply the LAN configuration when the setting is changed or added.
Determine the network settings.
‡‡
Projector Name: Display the projector name.
‡‡
Show Network Messages: Turn network messages on or off.
‡‡
Restart Network...: Restart the network.
‡‡
Network Factory Reset...: Performs factory reset on the network settings. The Projector Name, IP
Address (LAN), Start IP and End IP, and SNMP settings can be reset.
Serial Port Baud Rate
Select the serial port and baud rate. The available options include 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 14400, 19200, 38400,
57600, and 115200.
Serial Port Echo
Control whether the serial port echoes characters.
Serial Port Path
Sets the serial port path to RS232 or HDBaseT.
44 English
USING THE PROJECTOR
How to use web browser to control your projector
1.
Turn “On” the DHCP option on projector to allow a DHCP server to automatically assign an IP address.
2.
Open the web browser in your PC and type in the projector’s IP address (“SETUP: Communications >
LAN > IP Address”).
Note: The steps in this section is based on Windows 7 operating system.
Making a direct connection from your computer to the projector* (For Windows 7 or higher)
1.
Turn “Off” the DHCP option on the projector.
2.
Configure the IP address, Subnet Mask, and Gateway on projector. Refer to page 44.
3.
Open Network and Sharing Center page on your PC, and assign the identical network parameters to
your PC as set on projector. Click “OK” to save the parameters.
Note: The last group (ex: 100) of the IP address should be different from the projector. Make sure the
network parameters (i.e. other groups of the IP address and the Subnet mask) are similar to
those shown in the OSD menu.
4.
Open the web browser on your computer and type the projector IP address into the URL field, then
press “Enter”.
English
45
USING THE PROJECTOR
Setup network control settings menu
LAN_RJ45 function
For simplicity and ease of operation, the projector provides diverse networking and remote management features.
The LAN / RJ45 function of the projector through a network, such as remotely manage: Power On / Off, Brightness
and Contrast settings. Also you can view the projector status information, such as: Video- Source, etc.
Projector
(Ethernet)
Wired LAN terminal functionalities
This projector can be controlled by using a PC (laptop) or other external device via RJ-45 connector and
compatible ith Crestron / Extron / AMX (Device Discovery) / PJLink.
‡‡
Crestron is a registered trademark of Crestron Electronics, Inc. of the United States.
‡‡
Extron is a registered trademark of Extron Electronics, Inc. of the United States.
‡‡
AMX is a registered trademark of AMX LLC of the United States.
‡‡
PJLink applied for trademark and logo registration in Japan, the United States of America, and other
countries by JBMIA.
The projector is supported by the specified commands of the Crestron Electronics controller and related software,
for example RoomView®.
http://www.crestron.com/
This projector is compliant to support Extron device(s) for reference.
http://www.extron.com/
This projector is supported by AMX (Device Discovery).
http://www.amx.com/
This projector supports all commands of PJLink Class1 (Version 1.00).
http://pjlink.jbmia.or.jp/english/
For more detailed information about the various types of external devices which can be connected to the LAN /
RJ45 port and remote control the projector, as well as the supported commands for these external devices, please
contact the Support-Service directly.
46 English
USING THE PROJECTOR
LAN RJ45 (For Windows XP)
1.
Connect an RJ45 cable to RJ-45 connector on the projector and the PC (laptop).
2.
On the PC (Laptop), select Start > Control Panel > Network Connections.
3.
Right-click on the Local Area Connection, and select Property.
4.
In the Properties window, select the General tab, and select Internet Protocol (TCP / IP).
English
47
USING THE PROJECTOR
48 English
5.
Click “Properties”.
6.
Type in the IP address and Subnet mask, then press “OK”.
7.
Press the “Menu” button on the projector.
8.
Select Communications > LAN.
9.
Enter the following connection parameters:
±±
DHCP: Off
±±
IP Address: 10.10.10.10
±±
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
±±
Default Gateway: 0.0.0.0
10.
Press “Enter” to confirm settings.
11.
Open a web browser, for example Microsoft Internet Explorer with Adobe Flash Player 9.0 or higher
installed.
12.
In the Address bar, input the projector’s IP address: 10.10.10.10.
13.
Press “Enter”.
USING THE PROJECTOR
The projector is setup for remote management. The LAN / RJ45 function displays as follows:
Main page
Network Setting page
Configurations page
Information page
English
49
USING THE PROJECTOR
RS232 by Telnet Function
There is alternative RS232 command control way, in projector so called “RS232 by TELNET” for LAN / RJ45
interface.
Quick Start-Guide for “RS232 by Telnet”
‡‡
Check and get the IP address on OSD of the projector.
‡‡
Make sure that the PC / laptop can access the web-page of the projector.
‡‡
Make sure that “Windows Firewall” setting is set disabled in case of “TELNET” function filtering out by
PC / laptop.
1.
Select Start > All Programs.> Accessories > Command Prompt.
2.
Input the command format as follows:
±±
telnet ttt.xxx.yyy.zzz 3023 (“Enter” key pressed)
±±
3.
(ttt.xxx.yyy.zzz: IP-Address of the projector)
If Telnet-Connection ready, and user can have RS232 command input, then “Enter” key pressed, the
RS232 command will be workable.
Specification for “RS232 by TELNET”:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
50 English
Telnet: TCP.
Telnet port: 3023 (for more detail, kindly please get contact with the service agent or team).
Telnet utility: Windows “TELNET.exe” (console mode).
Disconnection for RS232-by-Telnet control normally: Close
Windows Telnet utility directly after TELNET connection ready.
±±
Limitation 1 for Telnet-Control: there is less than 50 bytes for successive network payload for
Telnet-Control application.
±±
Limitation 2 for Telnet-Control: there is less than 26 bytes for one complete RS232 command for
Telnet-Control.
±±
Limitation 3 for Telnet-Control: Minimum delay for next RS232 command must be more than 200 (ms).
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Compatible resolutions
Timing Table
Signal Type
PC
Resolution
Frame rate
(Hz)
VGA
HDMI-1/
HDMI-2
DVI
HDBaseT
640x350
85
V
V
V
V
640x400
85
V
V
V
V
640x480
59
V
V
V
V
640x480
60
V
V
V
V
640x480
72
V
V
V
V
640x480
75
V
V
V
V
640x480
85
V
V
V
V
720x400
60
V
V
V
V
720x400
85
V
V
V
V
768x480
60
V
V
V
V
768x480
75
V
V
V
V
768x480
85
V
V
V
V
800x600
50
V
V
V
V
800x600
56
V
V
V
V
800x600
60
V
V
V
V
800x600
72
V
V
V
V
800x600
75
V
V
V
V
800x600
85
V
V
V
V
800x600
120
V
V
V
V
848x480
50
V
V
V
V
848x480
60
V
V
V
V
848x480
75
V
V
V
V
848x480
85
V
V
V
V
960x600
50
V
V
V
V
960x600
60
V
V
V
V
960x600
75
V
V
V
V
960x600
85
V
V
V
V
1024x768
60
V
V
V
V
1024x768
75
V
V
V
V
1024x768
85
V
V
V
V
1024x768
120
V
V
V
V
1064x600
50
V
V
V
V
1064x600
60
V
V
V
V
1064x600
75
V
V
V
V
1064x600
85
V
V
V
V
1152x720
50
V
V
V
V
1152x720
60
V
V
V
V
1152x720
75
V
V
V
V
1152x720
85
V
V
V
V
1152x864
60
V
V
V
V
1152x864
70
V
V
V
V
1152x864
75
V
V
V
V
1152x864
85
V
V
V
V
1224x768
50
V
V
V
V
1224x768
60
V
V
V
V
English
51
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Signal Type
PC
52 English
Resolution
Frame rate
(Hz)
VGA
HDMI-1/
HDMI-2
DVI
HDBaseT
1224x768
85
V
V
V
V
1280x720
50
V
V
V
V
1280x720
60
V
V
V
V
1280x720
75
V
V
V
V
1280x720
85
V
V
V
V
1280x720
120
V
V
V
V
1280x768
60
V
V
V
V
1280x768
75
V
V
V
V
1280x768
85
V
V
V
V
1280x800
50
V
V
V
V
1280x800
60
V
V
V
V
1280x800
75
V
V
V
V
1280x800
85
V
V
V
V
1280x960
50
V
V
V
V
1280x960
60
V
V
V
V
1280x960
75
V
V
V
V
1280x960
85
V
V
V
V
1280x1024
50
V
V
V
V
1280x1024
60
V
V
V
V
1280x1024
75
V
V
V
V
1280x1024
85
V
V
V
V
1356x960
50
—
—
V
—
1356x960
60
—
—
V
—
1356x960
75
—
—
V
—
1356x960
85
—
—
V
—
1360x768
50
V
V
V
V
1360x768
60
V
V
V
V
1360x768
75
V
V
V
V
1360x768
85
V
V
V
V
1366x768
60
V
V
V
V
1400x900
60
V
1400x1050
50
V
V
V
V
1400x1050
60
V
V
V
V
1400x1050
75
V
V
V
V
1440x900
60
V
V
V
V
1440x900
75
V
V
V
V
V
1600x900
60
V
V
V
V
1600x1200
50
V
V
V
V
1600x1200
60
V
V
V
V
1680x1050
50
V
V
V
V
1680x1050
60
V
V
V
V
1680x1050
75
V
—
—
—
1704x960
50
V
V
V
V
1704x960
60
V
V
V
V
1704x960
75
V
—
—
—
1704x960
85
V
—
—
—
1728x1080
50
V
V
V
V
1728x1080
60
V
V
V
V
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Signal Type
PC
SDTV
EDTV
HDTV
Mandatory 3D
Frame
sequential 3D
Resolution
Frame rate
(Hz)
VGA
HDMI-1/
HDMI-2
DVI
HDBaseT
1864x1050
50
V
V
V
V
1864x1050
60
V
V
V
V
1864x1050
75
V
—
—
—
1920X1080
50
V
V
V
V
1920X1080
60
V
V
V
V
1920X1200RB
60
V
V
V
V
1920X1200RB
50
V
V
V
V
2128x1200
60
V
—
—
—
480i
60
V
V
V
V
576i
50
V
—
—
—
480p
60
V
V
V
V
576p
50
V
V
V
V
1080i
25
V
V
V
V
1080i
29
V
V
V
V
1080i
30
V
V
V
V
720p
50
V
V
V
V
720p
59
V
V
V
V
720p
60
V
V
V
V
1080s
23
—
—
V
—
1080s
24
—
—
V
—
1080p
23
V
V
V
V
1080p
24
V
V
V
V
1080p
25
V
V
V
V
1080p
29
V
V
V
V
1080p
30
V
V
V
V
1080p
50
V
V
V
V
1080p
59
V
V
V
V
1080p
60
V
V
V
V
Frame Packing
1080p
24
—
V
V
V
Frame Packing
720p
50
—
V
V
V
Frame Packing
720p
60
—
V
V
V
Side by Side
1080i
50
—
V
V
V
Side by Side
1080i
60
—
V
V
V
Top and Bottom
720p
50
—
V
V
V
Top and Bottom
720p
60
—
V
V
V
Top and Bottom
1080p
24
—
V
V
V
1024x768
120
—
V
V
V
1280x720
120
V
V
V
V
Note: “RB” means “reduced blanking”.
English
53
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
EDID Table
WUXGA / VGA
Established Timing:
Standard Timing:
Detail Timing:
720x400 @ 88 Hz
1440x900 @ 75 Hz
1366x768 @ 60 Hz
640x480 @ 60 Hz
1280x800 @ 75 Hz
1920x540 @ 60 Hz
640x480 @ 67 Hz
1280x1024 @ 60 Hz
1920x540 @ 50 Hz
640x480 @ 72 Hz
1360x765 @ 60 Hz
720x480 @ 60 Hz
640x480 @ 75 Hz
1440x900 @ 60 Hz
1360x768 @ 60 Hz
800x600 @ 56 Hz
1400x1050 @ 60 Hz
800x600 @ 60 Hz
1600x1200 @ 60 Hz
800x600 @ 72 Hz
1680x1050 @ 60 Hz
800x600 @ 75 Hz
832x624 @ 75 Hz
1024x768 @ 60 Hz
1024x768 @ 70 Hz
1024x768 @ 75 Hz
1280x1024 @ 75 Hz
1152x870 @ 75 Hz
WUXGA / DVI-D
Established Timing:
Standard Timing:
Detail Timing:
720x400 @ 70 Hz
1024x768 @ 120 Hz
1360x768 @ 60 Hz
720x400 @ 88 Hz
1280x800 @ 75 Hz
1366x768 @ 60 Hz
640x480 @ 60 Hz
1280x1024 @ 60 Hz
1920x540 @ 60 Hz
640x480 @ 67 Hz
1360x765 @ 60 Hz
720x480 @ 60 Hz
640x480 @ 72 Hz
640x480 @ 75 Hz
1400x1050 @ 60 Hz
800x600 @ 56 Hz
1600x1200 @ 60 Hz
800x600 @ 60 Hz
1680x1050 @ 60 Hz
800x600 @ 72 Hz
800x600 @ 75 Hz
832x624 @ 75 Hz
1024x768 @ 60 Hz
1024x768 @ 70 Hz
1024x768 @ 75 Hz
1280x1024 @ 75 Hz
1152x870 @ 75 Hz
54 English
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
WUXGA / HDMI & HDBaseT
Established Timing:
Standard Timing:
Detail Timing:
720x400 @ 70 Hz
1024x768 @ 120 Hz
720x576 @ 50 Hz
720x400 @ 88 Hz
1280x800 @ 75 Hz
1280x720 @ 60 Hz
640x480 @ 60 Hz
1280x1024 @ 60 Hz
1920x540 @ 60 Hz
640x480 @ 67 Hz
1280x720 @ 120 Hz
720x480 @ 60 Hz
640x480 @ 72 Hz
640x480 @ 75 Hz
1400x1050 @ 60 Hz
800x600 @ 56 Hz
1600x1200 @ 60 Hz
800x600 @ 60 Hz
1680x1050 @ 60 Hz
800x600 @ 72 Hz
800x600 @ 75 Hz
832x624 @ 75 Hz
1024x768 @ 60 Hz
1024x768 @ 70 Hz
1024x768 @ 75 Hz
1280x1024 @ 75 Hz
1152x870 @ 75 Hz
English
55
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Image size and projection distance
Platform
WUXGA (16:10)
DMD
0.67”
Projection Lens
A16
A01
A02
A03
A13
A15
Throw Ratio
0.361
(120”)
0.95-1.22
1.22-1.53
1.52-2.92
2.90-5.50
0.75-0.95
Zoom Ratio
N/A
1.28X
1.25X
1.9X
1.9X
1.26X
0.93~
2.65m
1.02~7.88m
1.31~9.89m
1.64~18.87m
3.12~35.54m
0.81-6.14m
Throw Distance
Projection screen size
Projection distance (m)
0.361
(120”)
Throw Ratio
0.95
1.22
1.22
1.53
1.52
2.92
2.9
5.5
0.75
0.95
Min (m)
Max
(m)
Min
(m)
Max
(m)
Min (m)
Max
(m)
Min (m)
Max
(m)
Min (m)
Max
(m)
Diagonal
(inch)
Height
(m)
Width
(m)
50
0.67
1.08
NA
1.02
1.31
1.31
1.65
1.64
3.14
3.12
5.92
0.81
1.02
60
0.81
1.29
NA
1.23
1.58
1.58
1.98
1.96
3.77
3.75
7.11
0.97
1.23
70
0.94
1.51
NA
1.43
1.84
1.84
2.31
2.29
4.40
4.37
8.29
1.13
1.43
80
1.08
1.72
NA
1.64
2.10
2.10
2.64
2.62
5.03
5.00
9.48
1.29
1.64
90
1.21
1.94
NA
1.84
2.36
2.36
2.97
2.95
5.66
5.62
10.66
1.45
1.84
100
1.35
2.15
NA
2.05
2.63
2.63
3.30
3.27
6.29
6.25
11.85
1.62
2.05
110
1.48
2.37
NA
2.25
2.89
2.89
3.63
3.60
6.92
6.87
13.03
1.78
2.25
120
1.62
2.58
0.96
2.46
3.15
3.15
3.95
3.93
7.55
7.50
14.22
1.94
2.46
130
1.75
2.80
1.04
2.66
3.42
3.42
4.28
4.26
8.18
8.12
15.40
2.10
2.66
140
1.88
3.02
1.11
2.86
3.68
3.68
4.61
4.58
8.81
8.74
16.59
2.26
2.86
150
2.02
3.23
1.18
3.07
3.94
3.94
4.94
4.91
9.43
9.37
17.77
2.42
3.07
160
2.15
3.45
1.26
3.27
4.20
4.20
5.27
5.24
10.06
9.99
18.95
2.58
3.27
170
2.29
3.66
1.33
3.48
4.47
4.47
5.60
5.57
10.69
10.62
20.14
2.75
3.48
180
2.42
3.88
1.40
3.68
4.73
4.73
5.93
5.89
11.32
11.24
21.32
2.91
3.68
190
2.56
4.09
1.48
3.89
4.99
4.99
6.26
6.22
11.95
11.87
22.51
3.07
3.89
200
2.69
4.31
1.55
4.09
5.26
5.26
6.59
6.55
12.58
12.49
23.69
3.23
4.09
250
3.37
5.38
1.91
5.12
6.57
6.57
8.24
8.18
15.72
15.62
29.62
4.04
5.12
300
4.04
6.46
2.28
6.14
7.88
7.88
9.89
9.82
18.87
18.74
35.54
4.85
6.14
350
4.71
7.54
2.65
projected
image
V projected
image height
H projected
image width
A02/A15
56 English
N/A
projected
image
V projected
image height
H projected
image width
A01/A03/A13
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Projector dimensions and ceiling mount installation
1.
To prevent damage to your projector, please use the Optoma ceiling mount.
2.
If you wish to use a third party ceiling mount kit, please ensure the screws used to attach a mount to
the projector meet the following specifications:
‡‡
Screw type: M6 x 4
‡‡
Minimum screw length: 20mm
195.0
206.3
Lens
484.0
140.0
310.0
509.0
529.0
140.0
Unit: mm
Note: Please note that damage resulting from incorrect installation will void the warranty.
Warning:
‡‡
If you buy a ceiling mount from another company, please be sure to use the correct screw size.
Screw size will vary depending on the thickness of the mounting plate.
‡‡
Be sure to keep at least 30mm (3cm) gap between the ceiling and the bottom of the projector.
‡‡
Avoid installing the projector near a heat source.
English
57
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
IR remote codes
ON
OFF
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Info
0
Mode
Input
Auto
Enter
Menu
Exit
Gamma Bright
Cont.
Lens H
PIP
Focus
Lens V
Zoom
Keystone H
Keystone V
Shutter
(AV Mute)
Key Legend
Key
Repeat
Position Format
Address
Hot Key
Pattern
Data
Byte 1
Byte 2
Byte 3
Byte 4
Description
ON (
)
1
F1
32
CD
02
FD
Press to turn on the projector.
OFF (
)
2
F1
32
CD
2E
D1
Press to turn off the projector.
1
3
F1
32
CD
72
8D
Use as numeric keypad number “1”.
2
4
F1
32
CD
73
8C
Use as numeric keypad number “2”.
3
5
F1
32
CD
74
8B
Use as numeric keypad number “3”.
4
6
F1
32
CD
75
8A
Use as numeric keypad number “4”.
5
7
F1
32
CD
77
88
Use as numeric keypad number “5”.
58 English
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Key Legend
Key
Repeat
Position Format
Address
Data
Byte 1
Byte 2
Byte 3
Byte 4
Description
6
8
F1
32
CD
78
87
Use as numeric keypad number “6”.
7
9
F1
32
CD
79
86
Use as numeric keypad number “7”.
8
10
F1
32
CD
80
7F
Use as numeric keypad number “8”.
9
11
F1
32
CD
81
7E
Use as numeric keypad number “9”.
Info
12
F1
32
CD
82
7D
Press to display source image information.
0
13
F1
32
CD
25
DA
Use as numeric keypad number “0”.
Mode
14
F1
32
CD
05
FA
Press to select the preset display mode.
Auto
15
F1
32
CD
04
FB
Press to automatically synchronize the projector to
the input source.
Input
16
F1
32
CD
18
E7
Press to select an input signal.
UP (▲)
17
F1
32
CD
0F
F0
Press to select items or make adjustments to our
selection.
LEFT (◄)
18
F1
32
CD
11
EE
Press to select items or make adjustments to our
selection.
Enter
19
F1
32
CD
14
EB
Press to confirm your item selection.
RIGHT (►)
20
F1
32
CD
10
EF
Press to select items or make adjustments to our
selection.
DOWN (▼)
21
F1
32
CD
12
ED
Press to select items or make adjustments to our
selection.
Menu
22
F1
32
CD
0E
F1
Press to display the on-screen display menus for
projector.
Exit
23
F1
32
CD
2A
D5
Press to return to previous level or exit menus if at
top level.
Gamma
24
F1
32
CD
2B
D4
Press to adjust mid-range levels..
Bright
25
F1
32
CD
28
D7
Press to adjust amount of light in the image.
Cont.
26
F1
32
CD
29
D6
Press to adjust difference between dark and light.
PIP
27
F1
32
CD
43
BC
Press to turn on/off the PIP/PBP function.
Lens H◄
28
F1
32
CD
41
BE
Lens H ►
29
F1
32
CD
42
BD
Focus ▲
30
F1
32
CD
86
79
Press to adjust focus to improve image clarity as
desired.
Lens V ▲
31
F1
32
CD
34
CB
Press to adjust the position of the image vertically.
Lens V ▼
32
F1
32
CD
32
CD
Press to adjust the position of the image vertically.
Focus ▼
33
F1
32
CD
26
D9
Press to adjust focus to improve image clarity as
desired.
Keystone
34
F1
32
CD
87
78
Press to adjust the vertical keystone.
Keystone
35
F1
32
CD
51
AE
Press to adjust the vertical keystone.
36
F1
32
CD
52
AD
Press to adjust zoom to achieve a desired image
size.
Keystone
37
F1
32
CD
53
AC
Press to adjust the horizontal keystone.
Keystone
38
F1
32
CD
54
AB
Press to adjust the horizontal keystone.
Zoom ▼
39
F1
32
CD
55
AA
Press to adjust zoom to achieve a desired image
size.
Shutter
(AV Mute)
40
F1
32
CD
56
A9
Press to hide/unhide the screen picture.
Hot Key
41
F1
32
CD
57
A8
Press to select your preset keys quickly.
Pattern
42
F1
32
CD
58
A7
Press to display a test pattern.
Zoom ▲
Press to adjust the position of the image horizontally.
English
59
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Troubleshooting
If you experience a problem with your projector, please refer to the following information. If a problem persists,
please contact your local reseller or service center.
Image problems
No image appears on-screen
‡‡
Ensure all the cables and power connections are correctly and securely connected as described in the
"Installation" section.
‡‡
Ensure the pins of connectors are not crooked or broken.
‡‡
Ensure that the "Shutter (AV Mute)" feature is not turned on.
Image is out of focus
‡‡
Press the Focus ▲ or Focus ▼ button on the remote control to adjust the focus until the image is
sharp and legible.
‡‡
Make sure the projection screen is between the required distance from the projector. (Please refer to
page 56).
The image is stretched when displaying 16:10 DVD title
‡‡
When you play anamorphic DVD or 16:10 DVD, the projector will show the best image in 16:10 format
on projector side.
‡‡
If you play 4:3 format DVD title, please change the format as 4:3 in projector OSD.
‡‡
Please setup the display format as 16:10 (wide) aspect ratio type on your DVD player.
Image is too small or too large
‡‡
Press the Zoom ▲ or Zoom ▼ button on the remote control to increase or decrease the projected
image size.
‡‡
Move the projector closer to or further from the screen.
‡‡
Press "Menu" on the projector panel, go to "Screen > Aspect Ratio". Try the different settings.
Image has slanted sides:
‡‡
If possible, reposition the projector so that it is centered on the screen and below the bottom of the
screen.
‡‡
Use "Screen > Geomteric Correction > V. Keystone or H. Keystone" from the OSD to make an adjustment.
Image is reversed
‡‡
Select “Screen > Rear Projection > On” from the OSD to reverse the image so you can project from
behind a translucent screen.
Other problems
The projector stops responding to all controls
‡‡
60 English
If possible, turn off the projector, then unplug the power cord and wait at least 20 seconds before
reconnecting power.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Remote control problems
If the remote control does not work
‡‡
Check the operating angle of the remote control is pointed within ±30° (horizontally or vertically) to the
IR receivers on the projector.
‡‡
Make sure there are not any obstructions between the remote control and the projector. Move to within
10 m (32.8 ft) of the projector.
‡‡
Make sure batteries are inserted correctly.
‡‡
Replace batteries if they are exhausted.
Warning indicators
LED status indicators
The LED status indicators are located on the rear of the projector. Each LED is defined below.
Message
Light
Green
Orange
Status
Red
Standby State
Green
Steady
Steady
Orange
Steady
Flashing
AV mute is
off (Image is
displayed)
Steady
Steady
AV mute is on
(Image is black)
Steady
Steady
Projector
communication
Steady
Flashing
Firmware
upgrade
Unit loses over
60% initial
luminance
Green
Flashing
Power off
(Cooling down)
Laser diode time
has expired
Red
Flashing
Power on
(Warm up)
Power on
&Laser diode on
Orange
AV Mute
Flashing
Steady
Steady
Steady
Flashing
Steady
Flashing
Error
(Over
temperature)
Steady
Error
(Fan failure)
Flashing
English
61
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
‡‡
Power off:
Power Off?
Press power key again.
LAN Control Setting:
62 English
LAN Control
Port
AMX
9131
Crestron
41794
PJ-Link
4352
Telnet
3023
Http
80
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Specifications
Optical
Resolution
Description
Native Resolution: WUXGA (1920x1200)
Supported Resolution: Up to WUXGA@60Hz (Reduced Blanking)
Lens
Power Zoom/Focus and full lens shift
Laser Diode
70W@2.3A / Tc 60°
Image size (diagonal)
50~350”
Projection distance
Please refer to “Image size and projection distance” table on page 56.
Electrical
Description
1 x HDMI (version1.4) (with locking screw)
1 x DVI-D (only support digital signal)
Inputs
1 x VGA IN (D-Sub 15pin) (Computer In or Component)
1 x HDBaseT
1 x 3D SYNC IN
Outputs
1 x VGA Out (Support VGA loops through to monitor) (Monitor Out)
1 x 3D SYNC Out
1 x RS232 (D-sub 9 pin) (PC Control)
1 x Wired In (3.5mm phone jack) (Remote In)
Control port
1 x USB type A (for WiFi dongle purpose)
1 x Mini USB (for LAN FW upgrade only) (Service)
1 x RJ45 (LAN)
2 x IR Receiver (On the Front side and Top side)
Power requirement
AC 100V - 240V, 50/60Hz
Input current
7.0A
Mechanical
Description
Installation orientation
Table Top, Ceiling Mount, Portrait
Dimensions
484 (W) x 509 (D) x 185 (H) mm (without lens, w/o elevators)
Weight
17 kg (without lens)
Environmental conditions
Operating: 5~40°C, 10~85%RH, non-condensing
Note: All specifications are subject to change without notice.
English
63
Optoma global offices
For service or support, please contact your local office.
USA
3178 Laurelview Ct.
Fremont, CA 94538, USA
www.optomausa.com
Canada
3178 Laurelview Ct.
Fremont, CA 94538, USA
www.optomausa.com
Latin America
3178 Laurelview Ct.
Fremont, CA 94538, USA
www.optomausa.com
Europe
Unit 1, Network 41, Bourne End Mills
Hemel Hempstead, Herts,
HP1 2UJ, United Kingdom
www.optoma.eu
Service Tel : +44 (0)1923 691865
Benelux BV
Randstad 22-123
1316 BW Almere
The Netherlands
www.optoma.nl
France
Bâtiment E
81-83 avenue Edouard Vaillant
92100 Boulogne Billancourt, France
Spain
C/ José Hierro,36 Of. 1C
28522 Rivas VaciaMadrid,
Spain
Deutschland
Wiesenstrasse 21 W
D40549 Düsseldorf,
Germany
Scandinavia
Lerpeveien 25
3040 Drammen
Norway
Japan
888-289-6786
東京都足立区綾瀬3-25-18
510-897-8601
株式会社オーエス
services@optoma.com
コンタクトセンター:0120-380-495
Taiwan
888-289-6786
12F., No.213, Sec. 3, Beixin Rd.,
+886-2-8911-8600
510-897-8601
+886-2-8911-6550
services@optoma.com Xindian Dist., New Taipei City 231,
Taiwan, R.O.C.
services@optoma.com.tw
www.optoma.com.tw
asia.optoma.com
888-289-6786
Hong Kong
510-897-8601
services@optoma.com Unit A, 27/F Dragon Centre,
79 Wing Hong Street,
Cheung Sha Wan,
Kowloon, Hong Kong
+44 (0) 1923 691 800
+44 (0) 1923 691 888
service@tsc-europe.com
+31 (0) 36 820 0252
+31 (0) 36 548 9052
+33 1 41 46 12 20
+33 1 41 46 94 35
savoptoma@optoma.fr
+34 91 499 06 06
+34 91 670 08 32
+49 (0) 211 506 6670
+49 (0) 211 506 66799
info@optoma.de
+47 32 98 89 90
+47 32 98 89 99
info@optoma.no
PO.BOX 9515
3038 Drammen
Norway
Korea
WOOMI TECH.CO.,LTD.
4F, Minu Bldg.33-14, Kangnam-Ku,
Seoul,135-815, KOREA
korea.optoma.com
info@os-worldwide.com
www.os-worldwide.com
+82+2+34430004
+82+2+34430005
China
5F, No. 1205, Kaixuan Rd.,
Changning District
Shanghai, 200052, China
+852-2396-8968
+852-2370-1222
www.optoma.com.hk
+86-21-62947376
+86-21-62947375
www.optoma.com.cn
www.optoma.com
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertisement