Ricoh PJ X6590 High-end projector User's Manual

Ricoh PJ X6590 High-end projector User's Manual
User’s Manual
1. Usage Notice
2. Introduction
3. Basic Operations
4. User Settings
5. LAN Control
6. Troubleshooting
7. Maintenance
8. Appendices
Read this manual carefully before you use this machine and keep
it handy for future reference. For safe and correct use, be sure to
read the Precautions in this manual before using the machine.
Table of Contents
Table of Contents.......................... 3
Usage Notice.................................. 4
Precautions.......................................4
Safety Labels of This Machine........14
Regulation & Safety Notices...........15
Other Information............................20
Introduction.................................. 21
Product Features............................21
Package Overview..........................22
Product Overview...........................23
Connection Ports.............................24
Control Panel...................................25
Remote Control...............................27
Remote Control Battery Installation.
. .......................................................31
Remote Control Operating Range...32
Basic Operations......................... 33
Installing the Projection Lens..........33
Removing the Projection Lens........33
Using the Projector in Portrait Mode.
. ......................................................34
Removing and Installing the .
RICOH PJ Expansion Board...........35
Connecting the Projector................36
Connect to Computer/Notebook/AV
equipment/other devices..................36
Connect to HDBaseT Module (PJ
WU6590 / PJ WU6480)...................37
Powering On/Off the Projector........38
Powering On the Projector...............38
Powering Off the Projector...............39
Warning Indicator.............................40
Adjusting the Projected Image........41
Adjusting the Position of Projector .
Image...............................................41
Adjusting the Projector Zoom and .
Focus...............................................41
Adjusting the Lens Position.............41
Adjusting Projection Image Size......42
Using the On Screen Display (OSD).49
How to operate................................49
Image Adjustment............................50
Display Settings...............................53
Default Settings...............................58
Options............................................62
3D....................................................66
LAN Control................................. 68
Controlling this Device with Web
Browser...........................................68
Connecting to the device.................68
Crestron...........................................68
Crestron Tools.................................69
Crestron Info....................................69
Control the Projector via the Projector
Management Utility.........................70
Installing Projector Management .
Utility................................................70
Register projectors...........................71
Control the projector with the .
projector Management Utility...........73
Troubleshooting.......................... 74
Maintenance................................. 79
Replacing the Lamp........................79
Replacing the Filter.........................80
Appendices.................................. 80
List of Compatible Signals..............81
Configurations of Terminals............87
Terminal: Computer In (Mini .
D-sub 15 pin) [Monitor Out].............87
Terminal: PC Control (D-sub 9 pin)
(male)...............................................87
Terminal: 3D Sync...........................88
Terminal: 12V Trigger Out................88
Terminal: Wired Remote In/Out......88
Specifications..................................89
Cabinet Dimensions........................91
Trademarks.....................................92
User Settings............................... 49
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Precautions
Follow all warnings, precautions and maintenance as
recommended in this user’s guide to maximize the life of
your unit.
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■■ Warning-
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if
instructions are not followed, could result in death or
serious injury.
■■ Caution-
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if
instructions are not followed, may result in minor or
moderate injury or damage to property.
■■ Warning-
Do not place vases, plant pots, cups, toiletries,
medicines, small metal objects, or containers
holding water or any other liquids, on or close to
this machine. Fire or electric shock could result from
spillage or if such objects or substances fall inside
this machine
■■ Warning-
Keep the machine and attachments out of the reach
of children. If the machine is near children, it may
cause injury.
■■ Warning-
Plastic bags can be dangerous, please do not leave
near babies and young children. To avoid the threat
of suffocation, please keep away from their nose
and mouth.
■■ Warning-
Do not use any power sources other than those that
match the specifi cations shown in this manual.
Doing so could result in fire or electric shock.
■■ Warning-
Do not use flammable sprays or solvents in the
vicinity of this machine. Also, avoid placing these
items in the vicinity of this machine. Doing so could
result in fire or electric shock.
■■ Warning-
Do not damage, break, or modify the power cord.
Also, do not place heavy objects on the power cord,
or pull the cord or bend it severely. Doing so could
result in fire or electric shock.
■■ Warning-
Touching the prongs of the power cable’s plug
with anything metallic constitutes a fire and electric
shock hazard.
Usage Notice
■■ Warning-
The supplied power cord is for use with this
machine only. Do not use it with other appliances.
Doing so could result in fire or electric shock.
■■ Warning-
It is dangerous to handle the power cord plug with
wet hands. Doing so could result in electric shock.
■■ Warning-
Be sure to disconnect the power cord from the
wall outlet at least once a year and check for the
following:
■■ There are burn marks on the plug.
■■ The prongs on the plug are deformed.
■■ The power cord’s inner wires are exposed,
broken, etc.
■■ The power cord’s coating has a crack or dent.
■■ When bending the power cord, the power turns
off and on.
■■ Part of the power cord becomes hot.
■■ The power cord is damaged.
If any of the above conditions exist, do not use
the power cord and consult your dealer or service
representative. Use of the power cord could result
in fire or electric shock.
■■ Warning-
Be sure to locate the machine as close as possible to
a wall outlet. This will allow easy disconnection of
the power cord in the event of an emergency.
■■ Warning-
Do not use the connection cable if it is deformed,
cracked, or damaged. Doing so could result in
fire or electric shock. If the connection cable is
deformed, cracked, or damaged, contact your
service representative to request a replacement
cable.
■■ Warning-
When using an extension cord or power strip, only
connect equipment whose total power consumption
is within the power rating for the extension cord or
power strip. If the power rating is exceeded, it may
cause heat buildup and result in fire.
■■ Warning-
If the machine emits smoke or odours, or if it
behaves unusually, you must turn off its power
immediately. After turning off the power, be sure
to disconnect the power cord plug from the wall
outlet. Then contact your service representative and
report the problem. Do not use the machine. Doing
so could result in fire or electric shock.
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■■ Warning-
If metal objects, or water or other fluids fall
inside this machine, you must turn off its power
immediately. After turning off the power, be sure
to disconnect the power cord plug from the wall
outlet. Then contact your service representative and
report the problem. Do not use the machine. Doing
so could result in fire or electric shock.
■■ Warning-
Never operate this unit on AC power during a
thunderstorm. If you see lightning or hear thunder,
never touch the unit, cables and/or peripherals. An
electric surge caused by the storm, may result in an
electrical shock or damage to the unit.
■■ Warning-
If the machine topples, or if a cover or other
part gets broken, you must turn off its power
immediately. After turning off the power, be sure
to disconnect the power cord plug from the wall
outlet. Then contact your service representative and
report the problem. Do not use the machine. Doing
so could result in fire or electric shock.
■■ Warning-
Do not use lens cap when projector is powered on.
■■ Warning-
Never push objects of any kind into this product
through openings as they may touch dangerous
voltage points or short-out parts that could result
in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any
kind on the product.
■■ Warning-
Do not place or keep the projector within the reach
of the children. It may fall or tip over, possibly
causing serious injury.
■■ Warning-
Do not remove any covers or screws that are not
mentioned in this manual. There are high voltage
components inside the machine that may cause
electric shock. Contact your service representative
if any of the machine’s internal components require
maintenance, adjustment, or repair.
■■ Warning-
Do not disassemble or modify the machine. Doing
so may cause injury or malfunction.
Usage Notice
■■ Warning-
Installing the Projector on a Wall or Ceiling, or
using the Projector in Portrait Mode:
a) Do not attempt to clean or replace parts for a
machine that is installed in a high location on a
wall or ceiling or in portrait mode. Doing so may
cause it to fall down, resulting in an injury.
b) Do not open the lamp cover of a machine that is
installed on a wall or ceiling or in portrait mode.
Doing so may cause the lamp cover to fall down.
If the lamp is broken, pieces of glass may fall and
cause an injury.
c) Contact your sales or service representative
to clean or replace parts for a machine that is
installed on a wall or ceiling or in portrait mode.
d) If a machine is incorrectly installed on a wall or
ceiling or in portrait mode, it may fall down and
cause an injury. Contact your sales or service
representative if you want to install a machine on
a wall or ceiling or in portrait mode.
e) Do not obstruct the machine’s vents. Doing
so risks fire caused by overheated internal
components.
f) For users, do not install the projector by yourself.
Contact your sales or service representative if you
want to install the projector on a wall or ceiling or
in portrait mode.
g) For sales or service representatives:
–– Use brackets that are strong enough to support
the projector. The projector weighs about 21 kg
(46.3lb) (Projector weight without lens).
–– The projector must be installed in a location that
is sturdy enough to support the full weight of the
projector and brackets.
–– Use only the screws (M6 screws). Use all four of
the projector’s screw holes to attach the brackets.
■■ Caution-
Keep the machine away from humidity and dust.
Otherwise a fire or an electric shock might occur.
■■ Caution-
Do not place any objects on the machine. Doing
so may cause the machine to topple over, possibly
resulting in injury.
■■ Caution-
Do not place the machine on an unstable or tilted
surface. If it topples over, an injury might occur.
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■■ Caution-
Do not place the machine or use it in an
environment where it might get wet such as from
snow, rain, or being near water. Doing so could
result in fi re or electric shock.
■■ Caution-
Do not put your face or hand near the exhaust
vents. Doing so could result in burns or an accident
due to hot air coming from the exhaust vents.
■■ Caution-
Do not use the machine on soft material such as
paper or cloth that might get sucked into the intake
vents. Doing so may cause heat buildup inside the
machine, resulting in malfunction, burns, or fire.
■■ Caution-
Do not place the machine in a location where air fl
ow is poor. Doing so may cause fi re due to internal
components becoming overheated.
■■ Caution-
Do not place or store the machine in a location
where direct sunlight or heat generation might
occur. The heat may deform or wear out the exterior
parts or negatively affect internal parts. Doing so
could result in fire.
■■ Caution-
Do not place low heat resistant material near the
exhaust vents. Hot air may come from the exhaust
vents, resulting in damage to the machine or an
accident.
■■ Caution-
Do not obstruct the machine’s vents. Doing so risks
fire caused by overheated internal components.
■■ Caution-
Push the power plug all the way into the power
outlet. Do not use a power outlet with a loose
connection. Doing so may result in heat buildup.
Plug the power cord in the correct direction into the
base. If they are not plugged in correctly, it could
result in smoke, fire, or electric shock.
■■ Caution-
If this machine is not going to be used for several
days or longer at a time, disconnect its power cord
from the wall outlet.
■■ Caution-
When disconnecting the power cord from the wall
outlet, always pull the plug, not the cord. Pulling
the cord can damage the power cord. Use of
damaged power cords could result in fi re or electric
shock.
Usage Notice
■■ Caution-
Be sure to disconnect the plug from the wall outlet
and clean the prongs and the area around the
prongs at least once a year. Allowing dust to build
up on the plug constitutes a fi re hazard.
■■ Caution-
When performing maintenance on the machine,
always disconnect the power cord from the wall
outlet.
■■ Caution-
Do not place the power cord and connection cable
in a way that might cause someone to trip and fall.
The machine might fall over and cause an injury.
■■ Caution-
The machine may be very hot after it is turned off,
especially the vents and the lower part of the unit
where the lamp is located. Avoid touching these
areas. Doing so may result in burns.
■■ Caution-
Do not place the machine on other equipment
or vice versa. Doing so may cause heat buildup
inside the machine or cause the other equipment to
malfunction.
■■ Caution-
Do not tilt the machine horizontally more than ±20
degrees. Doing so may cause the entrance of foreign
objects in the housing of the machine which could
result in fire or electric shock.
■■ Caution-
If the machine’s interior is not cleaned regularly,
dust will accumulate. Fire and breakdown can
result from heavy accumulation of dust inside this
machine.
Contact your sales or service representative for
details about and charges for cleaning the machine’s
interior.
■■ Caution-
Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet before
you move the machine. While moving the machine,
take care that the power cord is not damaged under
the machine. Failing to take these precautions could
result in fi re or electric shock.
■■ Caution-
Do not use attachments not recommended by
RICOH. Use of an incompatible attachments could
cause hazards or damage to the product.
■■ Caution-
Make sure to install the projector with two or more
people. Otherwise, it is likely that this product falls
down so that an injury may result while the product
is being installed.
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■■ Caution-
Unplug this product from the wall outlet and take
the product to qualified service personnel if you
encounter any of the following conditions:
a) The power supply cord or plug is damaged.
b) Liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen
into the product.
c) The product has been exposed to rain or water.
d) The product does not operate normally when
following the operating instructions. Adjust only
those controls that are covered by the operating
instructions.
e) The product has been dropped or damaged in
any way. (If the cabinet should break, please
handle with care to avoid injury.)
■■ Caution-
This product incorporates glass components,
including a lens and a lamp. If these should break,
please handle with care to avoid injury and contact
your sales representative for repair service. Avoid
any broken pieces of glass since they may cause
injury. In the unlikely event that the lamp ruptures,
thoroughly clean the area around the projector and
discard any edible items placed in that area since
they may be contaminated.
■■ Caution-
Do not place anything in front of the lens while the
projector is operating. Things placed in front of the
lens may overheat and burn or start a fire.
■■ Caution-
Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire,
electric shock, or other hazards. (Only the
replacement of the lamp or filter should be made by
users.)
Upon completion of any service or repairs to this
product, ask the service technician to perform
safety checks to verify that the product is in proper
operating condition.
■■ Caution-
Do not use the product in a closed installation
location. Do not place the product in a box or in any
other closed installation location. Otherwise it may
overheat, which could result in a risk of fire
Usage Notice
ABOUT THE LAMP
■■ Warning-
When the lamp reaches the end of its life, it will burn
out and may make a loud popping sound. If this
happens, the projector will not turn back on until
the lamp module has been replaced. To replace the
lamp, follow the procedures listed under “Replacing
the Lamp”.
■■ Warning-
Before replacing the lamp, turn off the power and
wait at least one hour to allow the machine to cool
completely. If it is not completely cool, you may
burn or injure yourself due to the inside of the
machine and lamp unit being hot. If you replace the
lamp without unplugging the power cord from the
power outlet, electric shock or explosion may occur.
■■ Warning-
Be careful when handling the used lamp so that it
does not break. If it breaks, it may cause injury.
■■ Caution-
This projector will detect the life of the lamp itself.
Be sure to change the lamp when it shows warning
messages.
■■ Caution-
The machine’s light uses a mercury vapor lamp that
becomes high pressure when it is turned on. The
lamp has the following characteristics, so be sure to
handle it with care after understanding the contents.
If the lamp explodes and you are either injured from
broken pieces of glass, think you have gotten glass
particles or mercury vapour in your eyes, or have
inhaled glass particles or mercury vapour, contact a
doctor immediately.
■■ Deterioration or shock can cause the lamp’s life
span to end or the lamp to explode. If the lamp
explodes, it may make a big noise.
■■ The time that it takes for the lamp to reach its life
span or explode depends on each individual lamp
and its operating conditions. It is possible that it
might explode the first time it is used.
■■ If you use the lamp past its replacement period,
the possibility of explosion increases.
■■ If the lamp explodes, broken glass pieces may be
scattered around the inside of the machine and
ejected from the vent or other opening.
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■■ If the lamp explodes, a very small amount of
mercury vapor in the lamp tube and broken glass
pieces may be ejected from the vents or other
opening.
What to do if a lamp has exploded
If the lamp explodes, remove the power cord from the
projector, leave the room while making sure it is thoroughly
ventilated.
If the lamp explodes and you think that you have gotten
glass particles or mercury vapor in your eyes or have
inhaled either, contact a doctor immediately.
Clean up the area around the projector completely while
being careful not to get injured from any broken glass
pieces.
Throw away any food that was near the projector.
Ask your service representative to replace the lamp and
inspect the projector.
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Usage Notice
REMOTE CONTROL BATTERY
Warning
• Never throw batteries into a fire.
Using the batteries improperly may cause them to explode or leak
and may result in serious injury. If battery-leaking fluid contacts
skin, wash the fluid off immediately with clean water and consult a
doctor. If the fluid spills on an instrument, avoid contact and wipe
it off using tissue paper. Then dispose of the used tissue paper as
flammable garbage after moistening the tissue with water.
• Keep new and used batteries away from children.
If the battery compartment does not close securely, stop using the
product and keep it away from children. If you think batteries might
have been swallowed or placed inside any part of the body, seek
immediate medical attention.
Notes
• Be sure to use AA size batteries.
• Dispose of batteries in a designated disposal area.
• Attention should be drawn to the environmental aspects of battery
disposal.
• If the remote control does not operate correctly, or if the operating
range becomes reduced, replace the batteries.
• Avoid contact with water or liquid.
• Do not expose the remote control to moisture or heat.
• Do not drop the remote control.
• If the batteries have leaked in the remote control, carefully wipe
the case clean and install new batteries.
• Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions.
• The remote control may fail to operate if the infrared remote
sensor is exposed to bright sunlight or fluorescent lighting.
Important:
Contents of this manual are subject to change without prior notice. In no
event will the company be liable for direct, indirect, special, incidental, or
consequential damages as a result of handing or operating this product.
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Safety Labels of This Machine
1. Do not look into the lens while the lamp is on. The strong
light from the lamp may cause damage to your eyesight.
2. Do not place anything in front of the lens while the
projector is operating. Things placed in front of the lens
may overheat and burn or start a fire.
3. This product should be operated only from the type of
power source which does not exceed the voltage range
specifi ed on the rating label and the power cord.
4. To replace the lamp, unplug the power cord and then wait
for 60 minutes.
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Regulation & Safety Notices
This appendix lists the general notices of your Projector.
Notice: Users in the United States of
America FCC notice
MODEL NAME: RICOH PJ WU6480 / RICOH PJ X6480 /
RICOH PJ WU6590 / RICOH PJ X6590
TRADE NAME: PROJECTOR
MODEL NAME: RICOH PJ WU6480 / RICOH PJ X6480 / RICOH
PJ WU6590 / RICOH PJ X6590
Tested To Comply
With FCC Standards
FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE
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.
This device has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class B 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, the user 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.
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RESPONSIBLE PARTY: Ricoh USA, Inc.
70 Valley Stream Parkway Malvern, Pennsylvania 19355
Phone: 610-296-8000
Notice: Shielded cables
All connections to other computing devices must be made
using shielded cables to maintain compliance with FCC
regulations.
Caution
Changes or modifi cations not expressly approved by the
manufacturer could void the user’s authority, which is
granted by the Federal Communications Commission, to
operate this projector.
LAMP(S) INSIDE THIS PRODUCT CONTAIN MERCURY
AND MUST BE RECYCLED OR DISPOSED OF
ACCORDING TO LOCAL, STATE OR FEDERAL LAWS.
Notes to Users in the State of California
Perchlorate Material - special handling may apply, See www.
dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate.
WARNING: Handling the cord on this product will expose
you to lead, a chemical known to the State of California to
cause cancer, and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
Wash hands after handling.
Notes to Canadian Users
Remarques à l’attention des utilisateurs au
Canada
Contains mercury / Contient du mercure
For more information on safe handling
procedures, the measures to be taken
in case of accidental breakage and safe
disposal option
visit:
www.ec.gc.ca/mercure-mercury
Dispose of or recycle in accordance with
applicable laws.
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Pour plus d’ informations sur les
procédures de manutention sécuritaire,
les mesures à prendre en cas de bris
accidentel et option d’ élimination
sécuritaire visitez:
www.ec.gc.ca/mercure-mercury/default.
asp?lang=Fr&n=DB6D2996-1
Éliminez ou les recyclez conformément
aux lois applicables.
Usage Notice
Declaration of Conformity for EU countries
■■ EMC Directive 2014/30/EU (including amendments)
■■ Low Voltage Directive 2014/35/EU
Notice: Users in EU countries
CE Marking Traceability Information (For
EU Countries Only)
Manufacturer:
Ricoh Co., Ltd.
3-6 Nakamagome 1-chome, Ohta-ku, Tokyo. 143-8555,
Japan
Importer:
Ricoh Europe PLC
20 Triton Street, London. NW1 3BF, United Kingdom
User Information on Electrical and
Electronic Equipment
Users in the countries where this symbol shown in this section
has been specified in national law on collection and treatment
of E-waste.
Our Products contain high quality components and are
designed to facilitate recycling. Our products or product
packaging are marked with the symbol below.
This product contains substances which are harmful to
humans and the environment.
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• The lamp contains mercury.
Please dispose of this product or used lamps in accordance
with local regulations.
The symbol indicates that the product must not be treated
as municipal waste. It must be disposed of separately via
the appropriate return and collection systems available. By
following these instructions you ensure that this product is
treated correctly and help to reduce potential impacts on the
environment and human health, which could otherwise result
from inappropriate handling.
Recycling of products helps to conserve natural resources and
protect the environment.
For more detailed information on collection and recycling
systems for this product, please contact the shop where
you purchased it, your local dealer or sales/service
representatives.
Notice: Users in Turkey
AEEE Yönetmeliğine Uygundur.
Bu sistem sarf malzemeleri ve yedek parçaları da dahil olmak üzere
AEEE Yönetmeliğine Uygundur.
All Other Users
If you wish to discard this product, please contact your local
authorities, the shop where you bought this product, your
local dealer or sales/service representatives.
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Notice: Users in the EU
Note for the Battery and/or Accumulator
Symbol
In accordance with the Battery Directive 2006/66/EC Article
20 Information for end-users Annex II, the above symbol is
printed on batteries and accumulators. This symbol means
that in the European Union, used batteries and accumulators
should be disposed of separately from your household waste.
In the EU, there are separate collection systems for not only
used electrical and electronic products but also batteries and
accumulators. Please dispose of them correctly at your local
community waste collection/recycling centre.
Notice: Users in Taiwan
廢電池請回收
請勿將電池當作一般垃圾丟棄。這個標
誌表示電池不應視為一般垃圾丟棄。僅
適用於台灣。
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Other Information
Copyrights to Images
When projecting images using the projector, be careful not to
infringe the copyright of protected materials.
The following are examples that may infringe the copyright of
protected materials.
• Broadcasting images or movies for commercial purposes
• Modifying images or movies using functions such as freeze,
magnify, or zoom to broadcast images for commercial
purposes or public viewing
• Varying the aspect ratio of images or movies using a
function that changes the screen size to broadcast images
for commercial purposes or public viewing
Note to Users Viewing 3D Images
Pay attention to the following points when viewing images
using 3D glasses with projector:
• How 3D images are viewed may vary according to the
individual.
• Do not use 3D glasses for viewing any material other than
3D images.
• Before viewing 3D images, make sure to read the manuals
provided with your 3D glasses and 3D compatible content.
• Avoid viewing 3D images for a long period of time. Take a
break of 15 minutes or longer after every hour of viewing.
• If you feel sick while viewing 3D images, stop viewing
them. If you continue to feel sick, consult a doctor.
• When viewing 3D image in a room where on LED lighting
system or fluorescent lights are used, you may feel that the
light in the room flickers. If this is the case, dim the lights
until you do not notice any flickers, or turn off the lights.
• If you or any member of your family has a history of
lightsensitive seizures, consult a doctor before viewing 3D
images.
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Introduction
Introduction
Product Features
Outstanding features include:
■■ PJ X6590 / PJ X6480: Native 1024 x 768 XGA resolution with
Auto/4:3/16:9 aspect ratio supported
■■ PJ WU6590 / PJ WU6480: Native 1920 x 1200 WUXGA
resolution with Auto/Full/4:3/16:9/Zoom aspect ratio
supported
■■ 3D function with Blu-Ray 3D supported for projecting 3D
content using DLP Link Technology
■■ High brightness and contrast ratio
■■ Various picture modes
■■ NTSC/PAL/SECAM and HDTV (720p, 1080i, 1080p)
compatibility
■■ Lower power consumption and economy (ECO) mode for
extending lamp life
■■ Auto Dimming mode to decrease the power consumption
of the lamp by up to 70% when no input signal is detected
for 5 minutes, which decreases lamp power consumption
and further extends the lamp life
■■ Advanced keystone correction for delivering optimum
presentations
■■ User friendly multilingual On Screen Display
■■ Extensive lens options with motorized focus/zoom and
motorized lens shift functions
■■ Dual lamps, motorized dual color filter and a dust filter
■■ Optional Expansion Board to do warping and blending
with our software
■■ Compatibility with Microsoft® Windows® 2000, XP, 7, 8,
8.1,10, Vista®, Macintosh OS, Chrome OS
■■ LAN function for remote management on the projectors
from a web browser
■■ Compatibility with PJ-Link, Crestron, AMX, and Extron
■■ Compatibility with 3D VESA standards
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Package Overview
This projector comes with all the items shown below. Check
to make sure your unit is complete. Contact your dealer
immediately if anything is missing.
N ot e
 (*) Due to the
difference in
applications for each
country, some regions
may have different
accessories.
Projector
Power Cord (*)
CD-ROM
RGB Cable
irst
is F
d Th
Rea
Remote Control ■
(with Batteries, please see page 31)
Read This First (*)
Warranty (*)
 About the CD-ROM
Contains an user’s manual in PDF format and projector management
utility.
Support languages of user’s manual are English, Chinese, and Japanese.
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Product Overview
2
3
1
3
5
6
4
1. Security bar
2. Projection lens (optional)
3. Remote receiver
4. Indicator LED
5. Connection ports
6. Control panel
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Connection Ports
1
2 34 5
6
7 8 9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
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 The interface is
subject to model’s
specifications.
 Compatible with
MHL version 2, the
charging power
5V@0.9A.
 HDBaseT
terminal is available
for PJ WU6590/PJ
WU6480.

3G-SDI terminal
is available for PJ
WU6590.
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1.
Wired remote control In terminal
Wired remote control Out terminal
2.
PC-Contorl (Out) terminal
3.
RC-Control (In) terminal
4.
S-Video In terminal
5.
Video In terminal
6.
Computer2 In terminal
7.
Computer1 In terminal
8.
Monitor Out terminal
9.
HDMI 1/MHL terminal
10.
DVI-D In terminal
11.
Service terminal
12.
USB-A terminal
13.
LAN terminal
14.
3D sync terminal
15.
HDBaseT terminal / Optional slot *
16.
3G-SDI terminal (In/Out) / Optional slot *
17.
Adjustable feet
18.
AC In socket
19.
12V Trigger Out terminals
20.
Anti-theft lock hole (Kensington™ lock)
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Control Panel
1
3
2
4
7
5
6
6
6
8
6
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
1
Power
Refer to the “Powering On/Off the
Projector” on page 38.
2
Test Pattern
Display the test pattern.
3
Light
Turn on or off the back light of the
control panel.
4
Menu
Press “Menu” to launch the on screen
display (OSD), or go back to the
previous menu. (See page 49)
5
Enter
Select or confirm settings.
6
Four
Directional
Select Keys
, , or to select items or
Use ,
make adjustments to your selection.
7
Input
Press “Input” to choose your desired
input source.
8
Exit
Cancel the selection, or go back to
previous page.
9
Auto Set
Automatically synchronize the
projector to the input
source.
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10 Lens Shift
Press “Lens Shift” and the indicator
,
below lights up. Use ,
to shift the projection lens.
11 Focus
Press “Focus” and the indicator below
, , or
lights up. Use ,
adjust the focus setting.
12 Zoom
, or
to
Press “Zoom” and the indicator below
, , or
lights up. Use ,
to adjust the zoom setting.
13 Indicator light The indicator lights up when “Lens
for “Lens Shift” Shift” is pressed.
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14 Indicator light
for “Focus”
The indicator lights up when “Focus”
is pressed.
15 Indicator light
for “Zoom”
The indicator lights up when “Zoom”
is pressed.
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Remote Control
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2
4
5
7
8
10
13
16
3
6
9
11
12
14
15
17
18
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20
22
23
13
25
26
28
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24
27
30
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1
Power On
Refer to the “Powering On/Off the
Projector” on page 38.
2
Light
Turn on or off the back light of the remote
control.
3
Standby
Refer to the “Powering On/Off the
Projector” on page 38.
4
Comp.1
Press “Comp.1” to choose Computer1 In
terminal.
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5
Comp.2
Press “Comp.2” to choose Computer2 In
terminal.
6
HDMI
Press “HDMI” to choose between
HDMI1/MHL In and HDMI2 In terminal.
7
Video
Press “Video” to choose between Video In
and S-Video In terminal.
8
DVI-D
Press “DVI-D” to choose DVI-D In
terminal.
9
Opt.
Press “Opt.” to choose optional board
terminal.
10
Lens Shift
Press “Lens Shift” and the indicator
below lights up. Use ,
shift the projection lens.
11
Focus
Zoom
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to
or
to adjust the
Press “Zoom” and the indicator below
lights up. Use
zoom setting.
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, or
Press “Focus” and the indicator below
lights up. Use
focus setting.
12
,
or
to adjust the
13 Indicator
light for
“Lens Shift”
The indicator lights up when “Lens Shift”
is pressed.
14 Indicator
light for
“Focus”
The indicator lights up when “Focus” is
pressed.
15 Indicator
light for
“Zoom”
The indicator lights up when “Zoom” is
pressed.
16 Menu
Press “Menu” to launch the on screen
display (OSD), or go back to the previous
menu. (See page 49)
17
Input
Press “Input” to choose your desired
input source.
18 Enter
Confirm your section of items in sub
menu operation.
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Exit
20 Four
Directional
Select Keys
Cancel the selection, or go back to
previous page.
, , or to select items or
Use ,
make adjustments to your selection.
21 Auto Set
Automatically synchronize the projector
to the input source.
22 Picture
Select the preset picture mode.
23 MHL
Press “MHL” to control your
MHL device.
24 Mute
Momentarily turn off/on the audio and
video.
25 Freeze
Pause the screen image. Press again to
resume the screen image.
26 Aspect
Use this function to choose your desired
aspect ratio.
27 Status
Display the projector status.
28 Eco
Dim the projector lamp which will
lower power consumption and extend
the lamp life.
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Display the test pattern.
Test Pattern
30 Number
(0~9)
Input numbers
31
Used with “Set“ to reset the Remote ID
to “0“.
All
32 Help
Press “Help” to display ID number of this
projector.
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Set the code for this remote control. Press
and hold “Set” until the backlight on the
remote control blinks and then press a
number (01, 02, 03...99) to designate an
ID. You can control projector with the
matching ID set in the “Options” >
“Control” >“Projector ID” OSD.
Press and hold “All” and “Set” until the
remote control blinks a single instance to
reset the ID to “0”.
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Remote Control Battery Installation
1 Push the clip to release
the battery cover.
2 Install new batteries
(AA/R6/LR6). Ensure
that you have the
batteries’ polarity (+/–)
aligned correctly.
3 Close the battery cover
and press it down until
it clicks into place. Do
not mix different types
of batteries or new and
old batteries.
To ensure safe operation, please observe the following precautions :
■■ Use AA/R6/LR6 type battery.
■■ Avoid contact with water or liquid.
■■ Do not expose the remote control to moisture or heat.
■■ Do not drop the remote control.
■■ If the battery has leaked in the remote control, carefully wipe the case clean and
install new battery.
■■ Risk of an explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type.
■■ Dispose of used battery according to the instructions.
■■ Remove batteries from remote control when not using for extended periods.
■■ The remote control may fail to operate if the infrared remote sensor is exposed to
bright sunlight or fl uorescent lighting.
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Remote Control Operating Range
Point the remote control toward the projector (Remote Receiver)
when pressing any button.
Maximum operating range for the remote control is about 23.0’ (7m)
and ±30° (horizontally), ±20° (vertically) in front of the projector.
23.0’ (7m)
±30° (horizontally),
±20° (vertically)
23.0’ (7m)
±30° (horizontally),
±20° (vertically)
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Basic Operations
N ot e
 Use RICOH PJ
Replacement Lens
Type C1/C2/C3/
C4/C5/C6.
Installing the Projection Lens
1. Remove the front lens cap and rear lens cap from the
optional lens.
2. Remove the dust cap and upper lens cover from the
projector.
3. Insert the projection lens. 
4. Turn the lever counterclockwise until you feel it click into
place to lock the lens in position. 
5. Install the upper lens cover back. 
2
3
3
1
Removing the Projection Lens
1. Remove the upper lens cover. 
2. Turn the lever clockwise to release the lens. 
3. Pull out the projection lens. 
4. Replace the upper lens cover and the dust cap.
1
2
3
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Using the Projector in Portrait Mode
Portrait projection is possile by installation with the terminal side
facing up. In that case, the projector can be tilted up to +/- 45
 When the projector degrees.
N ot e
enters portrait mode,
360 degree projection
is not supported.
 When the projector
enters portrait mode,
Picture Mode will
be changed to sRGB.
Some Picture Modes
may not be available.
45°
45
°
45°
45
°
The projector automatically enters portrait mode by detecting the
installation angle. When entering portrait mode, the following
message will be displayed. It is also displayed at power on in portrait
mode.
This message can be disabled when “Options > Status Display” is set
to “Off”.
Notify
Projector is now in portrait mode.
360 degree projection is not supported.
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Removing and Installing the RICOH
PJ Expansion Board
N ot e
 Do not install 2
Expansion Board
for Blending
simultaneously. The
projector can only
recognize one
when that happens.
 The Expansion
Board can be set to
both optional slot.
There are 2 optional slots for you to install the expansion board you
want. Before removing or installing the expansion board, be sure to
turn off the projector, wait until the cooling fans stop, and unplug the
power cord.
1. Loosen the screws of the expansion board on the optional
slot by turning them counterclockwise.
2. Pull out the expansion board.
3. Insert the expansion board into the projector.
4. Tighten the screws on the board by turning them clockwise.
1
2
3
4
 Do not leave the
optional expansion
board uncovered
during operation.
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 Make sure that
the power plug is
fully inserted into
both the projector
AC inlet and the
wall outlet.
 The AC outlet
must be near this
equipment and
must be easily
accessible.
Connecting the Projector
Connect to Computer/Notebook/AV
equipment/other devices
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5
2
4
6
7
(*)
9
8
8
12
3G-SDI
module
13
14
15
Smart
devices
7
(*)
10
Monitor
 Use the cables
that come with the
projector. (*)
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glasses
3D emitter
 To ensure the
projector works
well with your
computer, please
make sure the
timing of the
display mode is
compatible with
your projector. (See
page 81~page 86)
 When “Monitor
Out (Standby)“ is
set to “Off“, the
monitor out will
be deactivated in
standby mode.
LAN
Wired
remote
control
 Due to the
difference in
applications for
each country,
some regions may
have different
accessories.
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PC
PC
1
(*)
1.
Power cord (supplied)
9.
RGB to VGA connector
2.
Wired remote cable
10.
HDMI (MHL) cable
3.
RS232 cable
11.
DVI cable
4.
S-Video cable
12.
USB cable
5.
Video cable
13.
LAN cable
6.
5-BNC cable
14.
3D emitter cable
7.
RGB cable (supplied)
15.
3G-SDI cable
8.
HDMI cable
Basic Operations
Connect to HDBaseT Module (PJ WU6590 /
PJ WU6480)
HDBaseT is a connectivity standard for whole-house and commercial
distribution of uncompressed HD multimedia content. After
installing the HDBaseT module to the projector and using the
HDBaseT switching matrix (commercially available), you may
connect multiple sources to your projector with HDBaseT connection.
N ot e
 The illustration is
for reference only,
actual layout
may vary.
VGA IN
YPbPr
RJ45
Lan
HDMI
RS232
RJ45
HD Connect
IR TX
IR RX
™™Use a shielded LAN cable up to 100 meters in length rated at
CAT5e or better.
™™The maximum transmission distance is 100 m.However, it
may be shorter under some circumstances.
™™Avoid using the LAN cable when it is coiled or bundled.
™™Inserting or removing the LAN cable during projection may
cause noise.
™™Connectivity with all HDBaseT transmitters on the market is
not guaranteed.
™™Some HDBaseT transmitters may not enable correct
projection when used to connect source equipment to the
projector.
™™Commands cannot be received through HDBaseT when the
projector is in standby mode.
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 If you connect
multiple sources
at the same time,
press “Input” on
the control panel
or the desired
source button on the
remote control to
switch inputs.
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 Turn on the
projector first and
then the signal
sources.
Powering On/Off the Projector
Powering On the Projector
1. Ensure that the power cord and signal cable are securely
connected. The Power indicator will turn red.
2. Remove the lens cap. 
3. Turn on the lamp by pressing the
button on the control
panel or
on the remote control.  The Power indicator
will flash blue.
The startup screen will display and the Power indicator will
turn blue.
4. Turn on your source (computer, notebook, video player,
etc.) The projector will detect your source automatically.
Make sure that the “Auto Source” has been set to “On”.
CAUTION:
• Do not look into the lens while the lamp is on. The strong light
from the lamp may cause damage to your eyesight.
• Do not block the air intake or exhaust. Doing so could cause a
fire due to internal overheating.
• Do not place your hands, face, or other objects near the air
exhaust, the lamp cover or the bottom of the unit. Doing so could
result in injury and/or damage the object.
Power
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Power
Basic Operations
Powering Off the Projector
1. Press the
button and you will see a message on the onscreen display.
2. Press the
button again to turn off the projector lamp.
3. The cooling fan continues to operate for about 30 seconds
for cooling cycle and the Power indicator will flash red.
After cooling down, the light stops flashing, and then the
projector will enter the standby mode.
If you wish to turn the projector back on, you must wait
until the projector has completed the cooling cycle and
has entered standby mode (when “Turn Off Mode” is
“Standard“). Once in standby mode, simply press the
button on the control panel or
button on the remote
control to restart the projector.
4. Disconnect the power cord from the electrical outlet and the
projector.
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Warning Indicator
™™When the “Temp” indicator lights red, it indicates the
projector has overheated. The projector will automatically
shut itself down.
Error
Projector Overheated.
Lamp will automatically turn off soon.
™™When the “Lamp 1”, “Lamp 2“ indicator or both light
red, the projector has detected that the lamp failed or is
approaching its end of life. Please change the lamp as soon
as possible or contact your local dealer or our service center.
Error
Lamp 1 failed.
The projector has entered “lamp 2“ mode.
Notify
Lamp 1 and Lamp 2 are approaching the end of its useful life.
Replacement suggusted!
™™When the “Temp” indicator flashes red (0.5 sec on, 0.5 sec
off), it indicates the cooling fan failed. When the “Temp”
indicator lights red and the message below displays, it
indicates water from liquid cooler is insufficient. Stop
using the projector and disconnect the power cord from the
electrical outlet, then contact your local dealer or our service
center.
Notify
The water from liquid coolr is insufficient. Contact the service center
for replacement.
For more information of the warning indicator, please see page 77.
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Adjusting the Projected Image
Adjusting the Position of Projector Image
The projector is equipped with adjustable feet to raise and
lower the image to fill the screen.
1. Locate the adjustable foot you wish to modify on the
underside of the projector.
2. Rotate the adjustable ring clockwise to raise the projector
or counter clockwise to lower it. Repeat with the remaining
feet as necessary.
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 You can incline
the projector up to
7° ±0.5° by rotating
the adjustable feet.
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 Use
or
for remote control.
 For lens type
C1, use the control
panel or remote
control to adjust the
focus of the center,
and rotate the
focus ring to adjust
the focus at the
surrounding area.
Front Adjustable feet
Maximum Length: 20mm
Adjusting the Projector Zoom and Focus
Press “Zoom“ or “Focus“ on the control panel or remote control and
the indicator below it will light up. Use
the zoom or focus setting.
,
,
, or
to adjust
Adjusting the Lens Position
`` To shift the lens:
–– Press “Lens Shift“ on the control panel or remote control
and the indicator below it will light up. Use
,
,
, or to shift the projection lens upward, downward, to
the left or to the right.
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Adjusting Projection Image Size
Top View
Screen
Screen (W)
Di
Projection Distance (D)
Height
ag
Screen
Side View
Screen (H)
on
al
Width
Offset (Hd)
Projection Distance (D)
*Only for PJ WU6590/PJ WU6480 with
Type C3/C4/C5/C6 lens
0.1W
0.1W
W
0.1W
[A]
W
0.1W
[A]
[A]
[A]
H
H
[A] differs when different lens is installed.
Lens installed for PJ WU6590/
PJ WU6480
Type C3
Type C1
Type C2
Type C4
Type C5
Type C6
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0.6H
0.5H
0.6H
0.6H
0.6H
0.6H
Lens installed for PJ X6590/
PJ X6480
Type C3
Type C1
Type C2
Type C4
Type C5
Type C6
[A]
0.55H
0.45H
0.55H
0.55H
0.55H
0.55H
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PJ WU6590/PJ WU6480 with PJ Replacement Lens Type C3
Diagonal
length
(inch) size
of 16:10
Screen
Screen Size W x H
(m)
Projection Distance (D)
(inch)
(m)
Offset (Hd)
(feet)
(m)
(feet)
Width
Height
Width
Height
Wide
Tele
Wide
Tele
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
60
1.29
0.81
50.88
31.80
2.08
3.12
6.83
10.24
-0.40
0.08
-1.32
0.26
70
1.51
0.94
59.36
37.10
2.43
3.64
7.97
11.95
-0.47
0.09
-1.55
0.31
80
1.72
1.08
67.84
42.40
2.78
4.16
9.11
13.66
-0.54
0.11
-1.77
0.35
90
1.94
1.21
76.32
47.70
3.12
4.68
10.24
15.37
-0.61
0.12
-1.99
0.40
100
2.15
1.35
84.80
53.00
3.47
5.20
11.38
17.07
-0.67
0.13
-2.21
0.44
120
2.58
1.62
101.76
63.60
4.16
6.24
13.66
20.49
-0.81
0.16
-2.65
0.53
150
3.23
2.02
127.20
79.50
5.20
7.81
17.07
25.61
-1.01
0.20
-3.31
0.66
180
3.88
2.42
152.64
95.40
6.24
9.37
20.49
30.73
-1.21
0.24
-3.97
0.79
200
4.31
2.69
169.60
106.00
6.94
10.41
22.77
34.15
-1.35
0.27
-4.42
0.88
250
5.38
3.37
212.00
132.50
8.67
13.01
28.46
42.68
-1.68
0.34
-5.52
1.10
300
6.46
4.04
254.40
159.00
10.41
15.61
34.15
51.22
-2.02
0.40
-6.62
1.32
350
7.54
4.71
296.80
185.50
12.14
18.21
39.84
59.76
-2.36
0.47
-7.73
1.55
400
8.62
5.38
339.20
212.00
13.88
20.82
45.53
68.30
-2.69
0.54
-8.83
1.77
450
9.69
6.06
381.60
238.50
15.61
23.42
51.22
76.83
-3.03
0.61
-9.94
1.99
500
10.77
6.73
424.00
265.00
17.35
26.02
56.91
85.37
-3.37
0.67
-11.04
2.21
550
11.85
7.40
466.40
291.50
19.08
28.62
62.60
93.91
-3.70
0.74
-12.15
2.43
600
12.92
8.08
508.80
318.00
20.82
31.22
68.30
102.44
-4.04
0.81
-13.25
2.65
This table is for user’s reference only.
PJ WU6590/PJ WU6480 with PJ Replacement Lens Type C1
Diagonal
length
(inch) size
of 16:10
Screen
Screen Size W x H
(m)
Projection Distance (D)
(inch)
(m)
Offset (Hd)
(feet)
(m)
(feet)
Width
Height
Width
Height
Wide
Tele
Wide
Tele
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
60
1.29
0.81
50.88
31.80
0.98
1.22
3.21
4.02
-0.40
0.00
-1.32
0.00
70
1.51
0.94
59.36
37.10
1.14
1.43
3.75
4.69
-0.47
0.00
-1.55
0.00
80
1.72
1.08
67.84
42.40
1.31
1.63
4.29
5.36
-0.54
0.00
-1.77
0.00
90
1.94
1.21
76.32
47.70
1.47
1.84
4.82
6.03
-0.61
0.00
-1.99
0.00
100
2.15
1.35
84.80
53.00
1.63
2.04
5.36
6.70
-0.67
0.00
-2.21
0.00
120
2.58
1.62
101.76
63.60
1.96
2.45
6.43
8.03
-0.81
0.00
-2.65
0.00
150
3.23
2.02
127.20
79.50
2.45
3.06
8.03
10.04
-1.01
0.00
-3.31
0.00
180
3.88
2.42
152.64
95.40
2.94
3.67
9.64
12.05
-1.21
0.00
-3.97
0.00
200
4.31
2.69
169.60
106.00
3.27
4.08
10.71
13.39
-1.35
0.00
-4.42
0.00
250
5.38
3.37
212.00
132.50
4.08
5.10
13.39
16.74
-1.68
0.00
-5.52
0.00
300
6.46
4.04
254.40
159.00
4.90
6.12
16.07
20.09
-2.02
0.00
-6.62
0.00
350
7.54
4.71
296.80
185.50
5.71
7.14
18.75
23.43
-2.36
0.00
-7.73
0.00
400
8.62
5.38
339.20
212.00
6.53
8.16
21.43
26.78
-2.69
0.00
-8.83
0.00
450
9.69
6.06
381.60
238.50
7.35
9.18
24.10
30.13
-3.03
0.00
-9.94
0.00
500
10.77
6.73
424.00
265.00
8.16
10.20
26.78
33.48
-3.37
0.00
-11.04
0.00
550
11.85
7.40
466.40
291.50
8.98
11.22
29.46
36.83
-3.70
0.00
-12.15
0.00
600
12.92
8.08
508.80
318.00
9.80
12.24
32.14
40.17
-4.04
0.00
-13.25
0.00
This table is for user’s reference only.
43
English
English
Basic Operations
PJ WU6590/PJ WU6480 with PJ Replacement Lens Type C2
Diagonal
length
(inch) size
of 16:10
Screen
Screen Size W x H
(m)
Projection Distance (D)
(inch)
(m)
Offset (Hd)
(feet)
(m)
(feet)
Width
Height
Width
Height
Wide
Tele
Wide
Tele
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
60
1.29
0.81
50.88
31.80
1.47
2.20
4.82
7.23
-0.40
0.08
-1.32
0.26
70
1.51
0.94
59.36
37.10
1.71
2.57
5.62
8.44
-0.47
0.09
-1.55
0.31
80
1.72
1.08
67.84
42.40
1.96
2.94
6.43
9.64
-0.54
0.11
-1.77
0.35
90
1.94
1.21
76.32
47.70
2.20
3.31
7.23
10.85
-0.61
0.12
-1.99
0.40
100
2.15
1.35
84.80
53.00
2.45
3.67
8.03
12.05
-0.67
0.13
-2.21
0.44
120
2.58
1.62
101.76
63.60
2.94
4.41
9.64
14.46
-0.81
0.16
-2.65
0.53
150
3.23
2.02
127.20
79.50
3.67
5.51
12.05
18.08
-1.01
0.20
-3.31
0.66
180
3.88
2.42
152.64
95.40
4.41
6.61
14.46
21.69
-1.21
0.24
-3.97
0.79
200
4.31
2.69
169.60
106.00
4.90
7.35
16.07
24.10
-1.35
0.27
-4.42
0.88
250
5.38
3.37
212.00
132.50
6.12
9.18
20.09
30.13
-1.68
0.34
-5.52
1.10
300
6.46
4.04
254.40
159.00
7.35
11.02
24.10
36.16
-2.02
0.40
-6.62
1.32
350
7.54
4.71
296.80
185.50
8.57
12.86
28.12
42.18
-2.36
0.47
-7.73
1.55
400
8.62
5.38
339.20
212.00
9.80
14.69
32.14
48.21
-2.69
0.54
-8.83
1.77
450
9.69
6.06
381.60
238.50
11.02
16.53
36.16
54.23
-3.03
0.61
-9.94
1.99
500
10.77
6.73
424.00
265.00
12.24
18.37
40.17
60.26
-3.37
0.67
-11.04
2.21
550
11.85
7.40
466.40
291.50
13.47
20.20
44.19
66.29
-3.70
0.74
-12.15
2.43
600
12.92
8.08
508.80
318.00
14.69
22.04
48.21
72.31
-4.04
0.81
-13.25
2.65
This table is for user’s reference only.
PJ WU6590/PJ WU6480 with PJ Replacement Lens Type C4
Diagonal
length
(inch) size
of 16:10
Screen
Screen Size W x H
(m)
Projection Distance (D)
(inch)
English
Offset (Hd)
(feet)
(m)
(feet)
Width
Height
Width
Height
Wide
Tele
Wide
Tele
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
60
1.29
0.81
50.88
31.80
3.06
4.65
10.04
15.27
-0.40
0.08
-1.32
0.26
70
1.51
0.94
59.36
37.10
3.57
5.43
11.72
17.81
-0.47
0.09
-1.55
0.31
80
1.72
1.08
67.84
42.40
4.08
6.20
13.39
20.35
-0.54
0.11
-1.77
0.35
90
1.94
1.21
76.32
47.70
4.59
6.98
15.07
22.90
-0.61
0.12
-1.99
0.40
100
2.15
1.35
84.80
53.00
5.10
7.76
16.74
25.44
-0.67
0.13
-2.21
0.44
120
2.58
1.62
101.76
63.60
6.12
9.31
20.09
30.53
-0.81
0.16
-2.65
0.53
150
3.23
2.02
127.20
79.50
7.65
11.63
25.11
38.16
-1.01
0.20
-3.31
0.66
180
3.88
2.42
152.64
95.40
9.18
13.96
30.13
45.80
-1.21
0.24
-3.97
0.79
200
4.31
2.69
169.60
106.00
10.20
15.51
33.48
50.89
-1.35
0.27
-4.42
0.88
250
5.38
3.37
212.00
132.50
12.76
19.39
41.85
63.61
-1.68
0.34
-5.52
1.10
300
6.46
4.04
254.40
159.00
15.31
23.27
50.22
76.33
-2.02
0.40
-6.62
1.32
350
7.54
4.71
296.80
185.50
17.86
27.14
58.59
89.05
-2.36
0.47
-7.73
1.55
400
8.62
5.38
339.20
212.00
20.41
31.02
66.96
101.77
-2.69
0.54
-8.83
1.77
450
9.69
6.06
381.60
238.50
22.96
34.90
75.33
114.49
-3.03
0.61
-9.94
1.99
500
10.77
6.73
424.00
265.00
25.51
38.78
83.69
127.22
-3.37
0.67
-11.04
2.21
550
11.85
7.40
466.40
291.50
28.06
42.65
92.06
139.94
-3.70
0.74
-12.15
2.43
600
12.92
8.08
508.80
318.00
30.61
46.53
100.43
152.66
-4.04
0.81
-13.25
2.65
This table is for user’s reference only.
44
(m)
Basic Operations
PJ WU6590/PJ WU6480 with PJ Replacement Lens Type C5
Diagonal
length
(inch) size
of 16:10
Screen
Screen Size W x H
(m)
Projection Distance (D)
(inch)
(m)
Offset (Hd)
(feet)
(m)
(feet)
Width
Height
Width
Height
Wide
Tele
Wide
Tele
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
60
1.29
0.81
50.88
31.80
4.56
7.30
14.96
23.94
-0.40
0.08
-1.32
0.26
70
1.51
0.94
59.36
37.10
5.32
8.51
17.46
27.93
-0.47
0.09
-1.55
0.31
80
1.72
1.08
67.84
42.40
6.08
9.73
19.95
31.92
-0.54
0.11
-1.77
0.35
90
1.94
1.21
76.32
47.70
6.84
10.95
22.45
35.92
-0.61
0.12
-1.99
0.40
100
2.15
1.35
84.80
53.00
7.60
12.16
24.94
39.91
-0.67
0.13
-2.21
0.44
120
2.58
1.62
101.76
63.60
9.12
14.60
29.93
47.89
-0.81
0.16
-2.65
0.53
150
3.23
2.02
127.20
79.50
11.40
18.24
37.41
59.86
-1.01
0.20
-3.31
0.66
180
3.88
2.42
152.64
95.40
13.68
21.89
44.89
71.83
-1.21
0.24
-3.97
0.79
200
4.31
2.69
169.60
106.00
15.20
24.33
49.88
79.81
-1.35
0.27
-4.42
0.88
250
5.38
3.37
212.00
132.50
19.01
30.41
62.35
99.76
-1.68
0.34
-5.52
1.10
300
6.46
4.04
254.40
159.00
22.81
36.49
74.82
119.72
-2.02
0.40
-6.62
1.32
350
7.54
4.71
296.80
185.50
26.61
42.57
87.29
139.67
-2.36
0.47
-7.73
1.55
400
8.62
5.38
339.20
212.00
30.41
48.65
99.76
159.62
-2.69
0.54
-8.83
1.77
450
9.69
6.06
381.60
238.50
34.21
54.73
112.23
179.58
-3.03
0.61
-9.94
1.99
500
10.77
6.73
424.00
265.00
38.01
60.82
124.71
199.53
-3.37
0.67
-11.04
2.21
550
11.85
7.40
466.40
291.50
41.81
66.90
137.18
219.48
-3.70
0.74
-12.15
2.43
600
12.92
8.08
508.80
318.00
45.61
72.98
149.65
239.43
-4.04
0.81
-13.25
2.65
This table is for user’s reference only.
PJ WU6590/PJ WU6480 with PJ Replacement Lens Type C6
Diagonal
length
(inch) size
of 16:10
Screen
Screen Size W x H
(m)
Projection Distance (D)
(inch)
(m)
Offset (Hd)
(feet)
(m)
(feet)
Width
Height
Width
Height
Wide
Tele
Wide
Tele
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
60
1.29
0.81
50.88
31.80
7.13
11.41
23.40
37.44
-0.40
0.08
-1.32
0.26
70
1.51
0.94
59.36
37.10
8.32
13.31
27.30
43.68
-0.47
0.09
-1.55
0.31
80
1.72
1.08
67.84
42.40
9.51
15.22
31.20
49.92
-0.54
0.11
-1.77
0.35
90
1.94
1.21
76.32
47.70
10.70
17.12
35.10
56.16
-0.61
0.12
-1.99
0.40
100
2.15
1.35
84.80
53.00
11.89
19.02
39.00
62.40
-0.67
0.13
-2.21
0.44
120
2.58
1.62
101.76
63.60
14.27
22.82
46.80
74.88
-0.81
0.16
-2.65
0.53
150
3.23
2.02
127.20
79.50
17.83
28.53
58.50
93.60
-1.01
0.20
-3.31
0.66
180
3.88
2.42
152.64
95.40
21.40
34.24
70.20
112.33
-1.21
0.24
-3.97
0.79
200
4.31
2.69
169.60
106.00
23.78
38.04
78.00
124.81
-1.35
0.27
-4.42
0.88
250
5.38
3.37
212.00
132.50
29.72
47.55
97.50
156.01
-1.68
0.34
-5.52
1.10
300
6.46
4.04
254.40
159.00
35.66
57.06
117.01
187.21
-2.02
0.40
-6.62
1.32
350
7.54
4.71
296.80
185.50
41.61
66.57
136.51
218.41
-2.36
0.47
-7.73
1.55
400
8.62
5.38
339.20
212.00
47.55
76.08
156.01
249.61
-2.69
0.54
-8.83
1.77
450
9.69
6.06
381.60
238.50
53.49
85.59
175.51
280.81
-3.03
0.61
-9.94
1.99
500
10.77
6.73
424.00
265.00
59.44
95.10
195.01
312.01
-3.37
0.67
-11.04
2.21
550
11.85
7.40
466.40
291.50
65.38
104.61
214.51
343.22
-3.70
0.74
-12.15
2.43
600
12.92
8.08
508.80
318.00
71.33
114.12
234.01
374.42
-4.04
0.81
-13.25
2.65
This table is for user’s reference only.
45
English
English
Basic Operations
PJ X6590/PJ X6480 with PJ Replacement Lens Type C3
Diagonal
length
(inch) size
of 16:10
Screen
Screen Size W x H
(m)
Projection Distance (D)
(inch)
(m)
Offset (Hd)
(feet)
(m)
(feet)
Width
Height
Width
Height
Wide
Tele
Wide
Tele
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
60
1.22
0.91
48.00
36.00
2.04
3.06
6.69
10.04
-0.46
0.05
-1.50
0.15
70
1.42
1.07
56.00
42.00
2.38
3.57
7.81
11.71
-0.53
0.05
-1.75
0.18
80
1.63
1.22
64.00
48.00
2.72
4.08
8.92
13.39
-0.61
0.06
-2.00
0.20
90
1.83
1.37
72.00
54.00
3.06
4.59
10.04
15.06
-0.69
0.07
-2.25
0.23
100
2.03
1.52
80.00
60.00
3.40
5.10
11.15
16.73
-0.76
0.08
-2.50
0.25
120
2.44
1.83
96.00
72.00
4.08
6.12
13.39
20.08
-0.91
0.09
-3.00
0.30
150
3.05
2.29
120.00
90.00
5.10
7.65
16.73
25.10
-1.14
0.11
-3.75
0.38
180
3.66
2.74
144.00
108.00
6.12
9.18
20.08
30.12
-1.37
0.14
-4.50
0.45
200
4.06
3.05
160.00
120.00
6.80
10.20
22.31
33.46
-1.52
0.15
-5.00
0.50
250
5.08
3.81
200.00
150.00
8.50
12.75
27.89
41.83
-1.91
0.19
-6.25
0.63
300
6.10
4.57
240.00
180.00
10.20
15.30
33.46
50.20
-2.29
0.23
-7.50
0.75
350
7.11
5.33
280.00
210.00
11.90
17.85
39.04
58.56
-2.67
0.27
-8.75
0.88
400
8.13
6.10
320.00
240.00
13.60
20.40
44.62
66.93
-3.05
0.30
-10.00
1.00
450
9.14
6.86
360.00
270.00
15.30
22.95
50.20
75.30
-3.43
0.34
-11.25
1.13
500
10.16
7.62
400.00
300.00
17.00
25.50
55.77
83.66
-3.81
0.38
-12.50
1.25
550
11.18
8.38
440.00
330.00
18.70
28.05
61.35
92.03
-4.19
0.42
-13.75
1.38
600
12.19
9.14
480.00
360.00
20.40
30.60
66.93
100.39
-4.57
0.46
-15.00
1.50
This table is for user’s reference only.
PJ X6590/PJ X6480 with PJ Replacement Lens Type C1
Diagonal
length
(inch) size
of 16:10
Screen
Screen Size W x H
(m)
Projection Distance (D)
(inch)
English
Offset (Hd)
(feet)
(m)
(feet)
Width
Height
Width
Height
Wide
Tele
Wide
Tele
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
60
1.22
0.91
48.00
36.00
0.96
1.20
3.15
3.94
-0.46
-0.05
-1.50
-0.15
70
1.42
1.07
56.00
42.00
1.12
1.40
3.67
4.59
-0.53
-0.05
-1.75
-0.18
80
1.63
1.22
64.00
48.00
1.28
1.60
4.20
5.25
-0.61
-0.06
-2.00
-0.20
90
1.83
1.37
72.00
54.00
1.44
1.80
4.72
5.91
-0.69
-0.07
-2.25
-0.23
100
2.03
1.52
80.00
60.00
1.60
2.00
5.25
6.56
-0.76
-0.08
-2.50
-0.25
120
2.44
1.83
96.00
72.00
1.92
2.40
6.30
7.87
-0.91
-0.09
-3.00
-0.30
150
3.05
2.29
120.00
90.00
2.40
3.00
7.87
9.84
-1.14
-0.11
-3.75
-0.38
180
3.66
2.74
144.00
108.00
2.88
3.60
9.45
11.81
-1.37
-0.14
-4.50
-0.45
200
4.06
3.05
160.00
120.00
3.20
4.00
10.50
13.12
-1.52
-0.15
-5.00
-0.50
250
5.08
3.81
200.00
150.00
4.00
5.00
13.12
16.40
-1.91
-0.19
-6.25
-0.63
300
6.10
4.57
240.00
180.00
4.80
6.00
15.75
19.69
-2.29
-0.23
-7.50
-0.75
350
7.11
5.33
280.00
210.00
5.60
7.00
18.37
22.97
-2.67
-0.27
-8.75
-0.87
400
8.13
6.10
320.00
240.00
6.40
8.00
21.00
26.25
-3.05
-0.30
-10.00
-1.00
450
9.14
6.86
360.00
270.00
7.20
9.00
23.62
29.53
-3.43
-0.34
-11.25
-1.13
500
10.16
7.62
400.00
300.00
8.00
10.00
26.25
32.81
-3.81
-0.38
-12.50
-1.25
550
11.18
8.38
440.00
330.00
8.80
11.00
28.87
36.09
-4.19
-0.42
-13.75
-1.38
600
12.19
9.14
480.00
360.00
9.60
12.00
31.50
39.37
-4.57
-0.46
-15.00
-1.50
This table is for user’s reference only.
46
(m)
Basic Operations
PJ X6590/PJ X6480 with PJ Replacement Lens Type C2
Diagonal
length
(inch) size
of 16:10
Screen
Screen Size W x H
(m)
Projection Distance (D)
(inch)
(m)
Offset (Hd)
(feet)
(m)
(feet)
Width
Height
Width
Height
Wide
Tele
Wide
Tele
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
60
1.22
0.91
48.00
36.00
1.44
2.16
4.72
7.09
-0.46
0.05
-1.50
0.15
70
1.42
1.07
56.00
42.00
1.68
2.52
5.51
8.27
-0.53
0.05
-1.75
0.18
80
1.63
1.22
64.00
48.00
1.92
2.88
6.30
9.45
-0.61
0.06
-2.00
0.20
90
1.83
1.37
72.00
54.00
2.16
3.24
7.09
10.63
-0.69
0.07
-2.25
0.23
100
2.03
1.52
80.00
60.00
2.40
3.60
7.87
11.81
-0.76
0.08
-2.50
0.25
120
2.44
1.83
96.00
72.00
2.88
4.32
9.45
14.17
-0.91
0.09
-3.00
0.30
150
3.05
2.29
120.00
90.00
3.60
5.40
11.81
17.72
-1.14
0.11
-3.75
0.38
180
3.66
2.74
144.00
108.00
4.32
6.48
14.17
21.26
-1.37
0.14
-4.50
0.45
200
4.06
3.05
160.00
120.00
4.80
7.20
15.75
23.62
-1.52
0.15
-5.00
0.50
250
5.08
3.81
200.00
150.00
6.00
9.00
19.69
29.53
-1.91
0.19
-6.25
0.63
300
6.10
4.57
240.00
180.00
7.20
10.80
23.62
35.43
-2.29
0.23
-7.50
0.75
350
7.11
5.33
280.00
210.00
8.40
12.6
27.56
41.34
-2.67
0.27
-8.75
0.88
400
8.13
6.10
320.00
240.00
9.60
14.4
31.50
47.24
-3.05
0.30
-10.00
1.00
450
9.14
6.86
360.00
270.00
10.80
16.2
35.43
53.15
-3.43
0.34
-11.25
1.13
500
10.16
7.62
400.00
300.00
12.00
18
39.37
59.06
-3.81
0.38
-12.50
1.25
550
11.18
8.38
440.00
330.00
13.20
19.8
43.31
64.96
-4.19
0.42
-13.75
1.38
600
12.19
9.14
480.00
360.00
14.40
21.6
47.24
70.87
-4.57
0.46
-15.00
1.50
This table is for user’s reference only.
PJ X6590/PJ X6480 with PJ Replacement Lens Type C4
Diagonal
length
(inch) size
of 16:10
Screen
Screen Size W x H
(m)
Projection Distance (D)
(inch)
(m)
Ofset (Hd)
(feet)
(m)
(feet)
Width
Height
Width
Height
Wide
Tele
Wide
Tele
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
60
1.22
0.91
48.00
36.00
3.00
4.56
9.84
14.96
-0.46
0.05
-1.50
0.15
70
1.42
1.07
56.00
42.00
3.50
5.32
11.48
17.45
-0.53
0.05
-1.75
0.18
80
1.63
1.22
64.00
48.00
4.00
6.08
13.12
19.95
-0.61
0.06
-2.00
0.20
90
1.83
1.37
72.00
54.00
4.50
6.84
14.76
22.44
-0.69
0.07
-2.25
0.23
100
2.03
1.52
80.00
60.00
5.00
7.60
16.40
24.93
-0.76
0.08
-2.50
0.25
120
2.44
1.83
96.00
72.00
6.00
9.12
19.69
29.92
-0.91
0.09
-3.00
0.30
150
3.05
2.29
120.00
90.00
7.50
11.40
24.61
37.40
-1.14
0.11
-3.75
0.38
180
3.66
2.74
144.00
108.00
9.00
13.68
29.53
44.88
-1.37
0.14
-4.50
0.45
200
4.06
3.05
160.00
120.00
10.00
15.20
32.81
49.87
-1.52
0.15
-5.00
0.50
250
5.08
3.81
200.00
150.00
12.50
19.00
41.01
62.34
-1.91
0.19
-6.25
0.63
300
6.10
4.57
240.00
180.00
15.00
22.80
49.21
74.80
-2.29
0.23
-7.50
0.75
350
7.11
5.33
280.00
210.00
17.50
26.6
57.41
87.27
-2.67
0.27
-8.75
0.88
400
8.13
6.10
320.00
240.00
20.00
30.4
65.62
99.74
-3.05
0.30
-10.00
1.00
450
9.14
6.86
360.00
270.00
22.50
34.2
73.82
112.20
-3.43
0.34
-11.25
1.13
500
10.16
7.62
400.00
300.00
25.00
38
82.02
124.67
-3.81
0.38
-12.50
1.25
550
11.18
8.38
440.00
330.00
27.50
41.8
90.22
137.14
-4.19
0.42
-13.75
1.38
600
12.19
9.14
480.00
360.00
30.00
45.6
98.43
149.61
-4.57
0.46
-15.00
1.50
This table is for user’s reference only.
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Basic Operations
PJ X6590/PJ X6480 with PJ Replacement Lens Type C5
Diagonal
length
(inch) size
of 16:10
Screen
Screen Size W x H
(m)
Projection Distance (D)
(inch)
(m)
Offset (Hd)
(feet)
(m)
(feet)
Width
Height
Width
Height
Wide
Tele
Wide
Tele
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
60
1.22
0.91
48.00
36.00
4.47
7.15
14.67
23.46
-0.46
0.05
-1.50
0.15
70
1.42
1.07
56.00
42.00
5.22
8.34
17.11
27.38
-0.53
0.05
-1.75
0.18
80
1.63
1.22
64.00
48.00
5.96
9.54
19.55
31.29
-0.61
0.06
-2.00
0.20
90
1.83
1.37
72.00
54.00
6.71
10.73
22.00
35.20
-0.69
0.07
-2.25
0.23
100
2.03
1.52
80.00
60.00
7.45
11.92
24.44
39.11
-0.76
0.08
-2.50
0.25
120
2.44
1.83
96.00
72.00
8.94
14.30
29.33
46.93
-0.91
0.09
-3.00
0.30
150
3.05
2.29
120.00
90.00
11.18
17.88
36.66
58.66
-1.14
0.11
-3.75
0.38
180
3.66
2.74
144.00
108.00
13.41
21.46
44.00
70.39
-1.37
0.14
-4.50
0.45
200
4.06
3.05
160.00
120.00
14.90
23.84
48.88
78.22
-1.52
0.15
-5.00
0.50
250
5.08
3.81
200.00
150.00
18.63
29.80
61.11
97.77
-1.91
0.19
-6.25
0.63
300
6.10
4.57
240.00
180.00
22.35
35.76
73.33
117.32
-2.29
0.23
-7.50
0.75
350
7.11
5.33
280.00
210.00
26.08
41.72
85.55
136.88
-2.67
0.27
-8.75
0.88
400
8.13
6.10
320.00
240.00
29.80
47.68
97.77
156.43
-3.05
0.30
-10.00
1.00
450
9.14
6.86
360.00
270.00
33.53
53.64
109.99
175.98
-3.43
0.34
-11.25
1.13
500
10.16
7.62
400.00
300.00
37.25
59.60
122.21
195.54
-3.81
0.38
-12.50
1.25
550
11.18
8.38
440.00
330.00
40.98
65.56
134.43
215.09
-4.19
0.42
-13.75
1.38
600
12.19
9.14
480.00
360.00
44.70
71.52
146.65
234.65
-4.57
0.46
-15.00
1.50
This table is for user’s reference only.
PJ X6590/PJ X6480 with PJ Replacement Lens Type C6
Diagonal
length
(inch) size
of 16:10
Screen
Screen Size W x H
(m)
Projection Distance (D)
(inch)
English
Offset (Hd)
(feet)
(m)
(feet)
Width
Height
Width
Height
Wide
Tele
Wide
Tele
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
60
1.22
0.91
48.00
36.00
6.99
11.18
22.93
36.69
-0.46
0.05
-1.50
0.15
70
1.42
1.07
56.00
42.00
8.16
13.05
26.76
42.81
-0.53
0.05
-1.75
0.18
80
1.63
1.22
64.00
48.00
9.32
14.91
30.58
48.92
-0.61
0.06
-2.00
0.20
90
1.83
1.37
72.00
54.00
10.49
16.78
34.40
55.04
-0.69
0.07
-2.25
0.23
100
2.03
1.52
80.00
60.00
11.65
18.64
38.22
61.15
-0.76
0.08
-2.50
0.25
120
2.44
1.83
96.00
72.00
13.98
22.37
45.87
73.39
-0.91
0.09
-3.00
0.30
150
3.05
2.29
120.00
90.00
17.48
27.96
57.33
91.73
-1.14
0.11
-3.75
0.38
180
3.66
2.74
144.00
108.00
20.97
33.55
68.80
110.08
-1.37
0.14
-4.50
0.45
200
4.06
3.05
160.00
120.00
23.30
37.28
76.44
122.31
-1.52
0.15
-5.00
0.50
250
5.08
3.81
200.00
150.00
29.13
46.60
95.55
152.89
-1.91
0.19
-6.25
0.63
300
6.10
4.57
240.00
180.00
34.95
55.92
114.67
183.46
-2.29
0.23
-7.50
0.75
350
7.11
5.33
280.00
210.00
40.78
65.24
133.78
214.04
-2.67
0.27
-8.75
0.88
400
8.13
6.10
320.00
240.00
46.60
74.56
152.89
244.62
-3.05
0.30
-10.00
1.00
450
9.14
6.86
360.00
270.00
52.43
83.88
172.00
275.20
-3.43
0.34
-11.25
1.13
500
10.16
7.62
400.00
300.00
58.25
93.20
191.11
305.77
-3.81
0.38
-12.50
1.25
550
11.18
8.38
440.00
330.00
64.08
102.52
210.22
336.35
-4.19
0.42
-13.75
1.38
600
12.19
9.14
480.00
360.00
69.90
111.84
229.33
366.93
-4.57
0.46
-15.00
1.50
This table is for user’s reference only.
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User Settings
User Settings
Using the On Screen Display (OSD)
The Projector has a multilingual On Screen Display that
allows you to make image adjustments and change a variety of
settings.
How to operate
1. To open the OSD, press “Menu” on the Control Panel or
Remote Control.
keys to select any item
2. When OSD is displayed, use
in the main menu. While making a selection on a particular
page, press
or “Enter” key to enter sub menu.
keys to select the desired item in the sub menu
3. Use
and press
or “Enter” key to view further settings. Adjust
key or
key.
the settings by using
4. Select the next item to be adjusted in the sub menu and
adjust as described above.
5. Press “Exit”, and the screen will return to the previous
menu.
N ot e
 If no button
operation is made
for approximately
10 seconds, the
OSD will be closed
automatically.
key to return to the main menu.
6. Press “Menu” or
7. To exit, press “Menu” again. The OSD menu will close and
the projector will automatically save the new settings.
Sub Menu
Image Adjustment
Picture Mode
Presentation
Brightness
Contrast
Main Menu
Saturation
Setting
Tint
Sharpness
Gamma
Standard(2.2)
Color Temperature
Off
NCE
Advanced
Select
Enter
Exit
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Image Adjustment
Picture Mode
Presentation
Brightness
Contrast
Saturation
Tint
Sharpness
Gamma
Standard(2.2)
Color Temperature
NCE
Off
Advanced
Select
Enter
Exit
Image Adjustment
Picture Mode
There are factory presets optimized for various types of
images. The available options:
Picture Mode
Bright
Presentation
Standard
Vivid
sRGB
DICOM SIM.
`` Bright: Mode for emphasizing brightness.
`` Presentation: Mode for making presentations.
`` Standard: Mode for optimizing the balance between
brightness and color reproduction.
`` Vivid: Mode for emphasizing color.
`` sRGB: Mode for good color reproduction.
`` DICOM SIM.: Mode for viewing DICOM format files in
simulation mode, and not for the purpose of diagnosis.
Brightness
Adjust the brightness of the image.
Brightness
`` Press the
key to darken image.
`` Press the
key to lighten the image.
Contrast
The contrast controls the degree of difference between the
lightest and darkest parts of the picture. Adjusting the contrast
changes the amount of black and white in the image.
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`` Press the
key to decrease the contrast.
`` Press the
key to increase the contrast.
Saturation
Adjust the color saturation of the image.
`` Press the
key to decrease the amount of color in the
`` Press the
key to increase the amount of color in the
image.
image.
Tint
Adjust the color balance of the image.
`` Press the
key to adjust the image color greenish.
`` Press the
key to adjust the image color reddish.
Sharpness
Adjust the sharpness of the image.
`` Press the
key to decrease the sharpness.
`` Press the
key to increase the sharpness.
Gamma
Use this function to optimize the image output.
The available options: 1.8 / 2.0 / Standard(2.2) / 2.4 / Shine / DICOM SIM.
Gamma
1.8
2.0
Standard(2.2)
2.4
Shine
DICOM SIM.
Color Temperature
Use this function to select the preset color temperature. The
available options: 5500/ 6500 / 7500 / Native.
Color Temperature
5500
6500
7500
Native
NCE
Use this function to enhance color and reproduce vivid colors.
NCE
Off
On
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`` On: Enable NCE.
`` Off: Disable NCE.
Advanced
`` Wall Color
Use this function to obtain an optimized screen image
according to the wall color. The available options: White/
Light Yellow/ Light Blue/ Pink / Dark Green.
Wall Color
White
Light Yellow
Light Blue
Pink
Dark Green
`` NCE Settings
NCE Settings
Color
Red
Hue
Saturation
Gain
Reset
Select
–– Color: Use
enhance.
–– Hue: Use
color.
–– Saturation: Use
selected color.
Adjust
Exit
key to select a color that you wish to
key to change the hue of the selected
key to change the saturation of the
–– Gain: Use
key to change the contrast level of the
selected color.
–– Red/Green/Blue (When selecting “White“ in “Color“):
Use
key to change the level of each color.
–– Reset: Use this function to return the adjustments and
settings made above to the factory default values.
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Display Settings
Aspect Ratio
Auto
Phase
Frequency
H. Position
V. Position
Keystone
Lens
Normal
Projection
Advanced
Select
Off
Enter
Exit
Display Settings
Aspect Ratio
Use this function to choose your desired aspect ratio.
Aspect Ratio
Auto
4:3
16:9
16:10
Zoom
`` Auto: Automatically selects the appropriate display format.
When input is 4:3, the image is displayed as 4:3. When input
is 16:9, the image is displayed as 16:9.
`` 4:3: Displays 4:3 aspect ratio.
`` 16:9: Displays 16:9 aspect ratio.
`` 16:10: Displays 16:10 aspect ratio.
`` Zoom (for WUXGA models only): Scales the image 1.3X
proportionally.
Phase
Eliminate flicker from the image displayed. Use the
key to adjust the value.
or
Frequency
Adjust the number of total dots in one horizontal period. Use
the
or
key to adjust number to match your PC image.
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N ot e
H. Position (Horizontal Position)
Shift the projected image position horizontally.
 “H. Position” and
“V. Position” functions
``
are only supported
under Computer Signal
``
source.
Press the
key to move the image left.
Press the
key to move the image right.
V. Position (Vertical Position)
Shift the projected image position vertically.
`` Press the
key to move the image down.
`` Press the
key to move the image up.
Keystone
Adjust image distortion caused by tilting the projector.
Keystone
V. Keystone
H. Keystone
Four Corners
Reset
Select
Enter
Exit
`` V. Keystone: Adjust the vertical keystone.
`` H. Keystone: Adjust the horizontal keystone.
`` Four Corners: Compensate for image distortion by
adjusting one corner at a time.
a. Use the or
key to select the item to select which
corner to adjust and press the “Enter” key to enter its
submenu.
Four Corners
Select
Adjust
Exit
b. Use the , ,
, or
key to adjust the setting.
`` Reset: Return the keystone settings to the factory default
values.
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Lens
`` Lens Settings
Lens Settings
Load Settings
Save Settings
Clear Settings
Select
Enter
Exit
–– Load Settings: Applys the settings that you previously
saved.
–– Save Settings: After making lens shift, zoom and focus
adjustments, you can choose a set of setting to memorize
current lens settings.
–– Clear Settings: Clears the selected lens setting.
`` Lens Centering
Returns the lens to the centered position.
Lens Settings
No
Yes
Enter
Exit
Projection
Use this function to select the projector mode, depending
upon how the projector is mounted.
Projection
Standard
Ceiling
Rear
Rear Ceiling
`` Standard: This is the default selection. The image is
projected straight on the screen.
`` Ceiling: When selected, the image will turn upside down.
`` Rear: When selected, the image will appear reversed.
`` Rear Ceiling: When selected, the image will appear reversed
in upside down position.
Advanced
`` RGB Input Range
Adjust the color range of the HDMI image data.
RGB Input Range
Auto
Limited Range
Full Range
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–– Auto: Automatically detect RGB range.
–– Limited Range: Process the input image as standard
range data.
–– Full Range: Select this mode when computer signal or
full range signal from AV equipment is input.
`` Overscan
Use this function to conceal the poor picture quality in the
four edges.
`` Startup Screen
Use this function to select an image to be displayed during
the projector start up procedure. The available options: Logo/
User(Logo)/ Off.
`` Background on No Signal
Use this function to select an background image to be
displayed when no signal is detected. The available options:
User(Logo)/ Blue/ Black.
`` Screen Capture
Use this function to customize the startup screen.
a. Project the image you want you capture.
b. Select “Screen Capture“ and press .
c. A dialog box appears to confirm the action. Choose “Yes”
to use the current image as your customized startup
screen. (Choose “No” to cancel the screen capture and
exist the Onscreen Display).
d. A message appears stating that the screen capture is in
progress.
e. When the screen capture is finished,
“Screen capture succeeded!“ message will pop up. If
the screen capture failed, a “Screen Capture FAILED!“
message will pop up. Your image size may exceed the
maximum capturing capacity of 8 MB. Please change
another image and try again.
f. To use this image as the startup screen, select “User“ in
“Startup Screen“.
g. To use this image as signal searching screen, select
“User“ in “Startup Screen“ and “Logo(User)“ in
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“Background on No Signal“.
`` Test Pattern
Use this function to display different test patterns to help you
adjust the size, focus and colors and check that the projected
image is free from distortion. The available options: Off/ Grid
/ White/ Color Bar.
`` Closed Caption
Use this function to select a preferred closed captioning mode.
Caption is an on-screen display of the dialogue, narration,
and sound effects of TV programs and videos that are closed
captioned (usually marked as “CC” in TV listings). The
available options: Off/ CC-1 / CC-2/ CC-3 / CC-4. CC-1
displays captions in the primary language in your area
`` Auto Dim: Choose “On” to dim the lamp power, depending
on the brightness level of images, and significantly reduce
the lamp power consumption. The lamp life will be
extended.
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Default Settings
Language
Auto Source
Off
Input Source
Computer1
Auto Power Off (Min)
Standby Settings
Network
Security
Reset
Select
Enter
Exit
Default Settings
Language
Choose the Language. Press “Enter” to open the sub menu
,
, , or
key to select your preferred
and then use the
language. Press “Enter” to finalize the selection.
Language
Select
Enter
Exit
Auto Source
When this function is turned “On”, the projector will search
for other signals if the current input signal is lost. When
this function is turned “Off”, it will only search a specified
connection port.
Input Source
Use this option to enable/disable input sources. Press “Enter”
to enter the sub menu and select which sources you require.
Press “Enter” to finalize the selection. The projector will only
search for inputs that are enabled.
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Input Source
Select
N ot e
 Default value of
“Auto Power Off (Min)”
is 20 min.
Enter
Exit
Auto Power Off (Min)
Sets the countdown timer interval. The countdown timer will
start, when there is no signal being sent to the projector. The
projector will automatically power off when the countdown
has finished (in minutes). When countdown timer is selected
to “0”, auto power off is disabled.
Standby Settings
`` Monitor Out
Enable/Disable the Monitor output function.
–– On: Enable the Monitor Out function at projector standby
status.
–– Off: Disable the Monitor Out function at projector
standby status.
`` Network
Enable/Disable the network function.
–– On: Enable the network function at projector standby
status.
–– Off: Disable the network function at projector standby
status.
`` DC 5V Out
Use this function to enable DC 5V power output through
USB-A terminal.
`` HDBaseT IR Carrier
Use this function to enable HDBaseT IR Carrier.
Network
Configure the network settings.
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User Settings
Network
Status
DHCP
On
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Apply
MAC Address
Select
Enter
Exit
`` Status: Display the network connection status.
`` DHCP: Select On to allow the projector to obtain an
IP address automatically from your network. Select
“Off” to manually assign IP, Subnet Mask and Gateway
configuration.
`` IP Address: Set an IP address or display IP address
provided from DHCP server when DHCP is set to “On”.
`` Subnet Mask: Set subnet mask number or display subnet
mask number provided from DHCP server when DHCP is
set to “On”.
`` Apply: Select “Yes” to apply the changes made in network
configuration settings.
Apply
No
Yes
Enter
Exit
`` MAC Address: Display MAC address.
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Security
Configure the security settings.
Password Protection: Select “On” to use the security
verification when the turning on the projector. Select “Off”
to be able to switch on the projector without a password
verification.
`` Change Password: Set the password.
`` Lock to User Startup Screen: Use this function to lock
the Startup Screen and it cannot be changed by the
“Startup Screen“ or “Screen Capture“ function.
 The default security ``
code is “12345678”.
Reset
Return the adjustments and settings to the factory default
values. Choose “Yes” to return the display parameters on all
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menus except Language and Lamp Hours Used to the factory
default settings.
Reset
No
Yes
Enter
Exit
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User Settings
Options
Lamp Settings
Filter Settings
High Altitude
Off
Status Display
Off
Power Settings
Control
Information
Select
Enter
Exit
Options
Lamp Settings
Use this option to view the lamp life status and configure the
lamp settings. Press the ► key to enter the sub menu and
configure the desired settings.
Lamp Settings
Lamp Mode
Dual
Lamp Power Mode
Normal
Lamp 1 Hours Used
Lamp 2 Hours Used
Lamp Switch
On Failure Only
Lamp Life Reminder
Off
Reset Lamp 1 Timer
Reset Lamp 2 Timer
Select
Enter
Exit
`` Lamp Mode: Set the lamp mode. Choose “Dual“ to use both
N ot e
 When ambient
temperature is over
40°C in operating, the
projector will switch to
“ECO” automatically.
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Lamp 1 and Lamp 2 for projection, choose “Lamp 1“ to use
only Lamp 1 for projection, or choose “Lamp 2“ to use only
Lamp 2 for projection.
`` Lamp Power Mode: Set the brightness mode. Choose
“Normal” to increase the brightness or choose “ECO”
to dim the projector lamp which will lower power
consumption and extend the lamp life.
`` Lamp 1 Hours Used: Display the projection time for Lamp
1. Lamp Hours Used in “ECO” mode will be converted to
Lamp Hours Used in “Normal” mode.
`` Lamp 2 Hours Used: Display the projection time for Lamp
2. Lamp Hours Used in “ECO” mode will be converted to
Lamp Hours Used in “Normal” mode.
User Settings
`` Lamp Switch: Control when the projector switches lamps.
The options include: “On Failure Only”, “At Power-Up” or
after “24H“ / “50H“ / “100H“ (hours).
Lamp Switch
On Failure Only
At Power-Up
24H
50H
100H
`` Lamp Life Reminder: Choose this function to show or
to hide the warning message when the changing lamp
message is displayed. The message will appear 30 hours
before suggested replacement of lamp.
`` Reset Lamp 1 Timer: Reset the lamp used hours counter for
Lamp 1 to zero. Do this after changing the lamp.
`` Reset Lamp 2 Timer: Reset the lamp used hours counter for
Lamp 2 to zero. Do this after changing the lamp.
Filter Settings
Filter Settings
Filter Hours Used
Filter Reminder
Reset
Select
Enter
Exit
`` Filter Hours Used: Display the filter usage time.
`` Filter Reminder: Set the maximum filter time usage.
`` Reset Filter Timer: Reset the filter used hours counter to
zero. Do this after changing the filter.
High Altitude
When “On” is selected, the fans will spin faster. Set High
Altitude mode to “On” when the projector is used over 1500m
elevation.
Status Display
When “On” is selected, the status will display.
Power Settings
`` Direct Power On: Choose “On“ to activate this function. The
projector will automatically power on when AC power is
supplied, without pressing the
button.
`` Turn Off Mode
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–– Standard: The projector will enter fan cooling process
after being turned off.
–– Instant Resume: The projector allows you to restart it
within 2 minutes after being turned off.
Control
Control
HDMI CEC
Off
Projector ID
Trigger Out
Off
Control Channel
Select
PC Control
Enter
Exit
`` HDMI CEC: Use this function for synchronized power ON/
OFF operation between the projector and a CEC-compatible
device connected to the HDMI/MHL port of the projector.
`` Projector ID: Set the remote control ID for this projector.
When multiple adjacent projectors are in operation at the
same time, switching the remote control codes can prevent
interference from other remote controls. After the Projector
ID is set, switch to the same ID for the remote control to
control this projector.
`` Trigger Out: Set the port to provide trigger out function. The available options: Off / DC Out 1 / DC Out 2 / 1 & 2.
`` Control Channel: Set the control channel for this projector.
The available options: PC Control / LAN / HD BaseT.
Information
Display the projector information.
Lamp Mode
Dual
Total Time
Lamp 1 Time
Lamp 2 Time
Lamp Power
Normal
Filter Hours Used
Inlet Temp
Serial Number
FW Version
Exit
`` Source: Display the input source that is currently connected
to.
`` Resolution: Display the resolution setting of the current
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input source.
`` Picture Mode: Display current Picture Mode.
`` Lamp Mode: Display current Lamp Mode.
`` Total Time: Display the lamp hours.
`` Lamp 1 Time: Display the Lamp 1 hours.
`` Lamp 2 Time: Display the Lamp 2 hours.
`` Lamp Power: Display current Lamp Power.
`` Filter Hours Used: Display the filter hours.
`` Inlet Temp: Display the temperature taken in the inlet.
`` Serial Number: Display the serial number for this projector.
`` FW Version: Display the firmware version.
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User Settings
3D
3D Sync
DLP-Link
3D Format
Auto
3D Sync Invert
Off
Select
Enter
Exit
3D
N ot e
 Compatible 3D
source, 3D content
and Optical 3D
glasses are required
for 3D viewing.
 ‎ “3D Sync Invert” is
only available when
3D is enabled.
3D Sync
Use this option to select the appropriate 3D function.
`` DLP-Link: Choose “DLP-Link” to use DLP Link 3D Glasses.
`` External: Choose “External” to use VESA 3D emitter and 3D
Glasses.
3D Format
Use this option to select the appropriate 3D format content.
3D Format
Auto
Side by Side
 This setting may
need to change when
re-start running 3D
movie.
 ‎ 3D function
is turned on
automatically when
Blu-ray 3D source is
input.
Top and Bottom
Frame Sequential
Select
Enter
Exit
`` Auto: Use this function for the projector to automatically
select the 3D format depending on the 3D content.
`` Side by Side: Use this mode for “Side by Side” format 3D
content.
`` Top and Bottom: Use this mode for “Top and Bottom”
format 3D content.
`` Frame Sequential: Use this mode for “Frame Sequential”
format 3D content.
3D Sync Invert
Use this option to enable/disable the 3D sync invert function.
`` Off: Choose “Off” for default frame contents.
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`` On: Choose “On” to invert left and right frame contents.
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LAN Control
LAN Control
Controlling this Device with Web
Browser
You can control this device from a PC by using a web browser.
Connecting to the device
1. Confirmation of the IP address of the device
Select the “Setting” → “Network” in the menu of this
device, and verify the IP address. (See “Network” on page
59).
Network
Status
DHCP
On
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Apply
MAC Address
Select
Enter
Exit
2. Connection
Enter the IP address that was verified by opening the web
browser.
For example, enter http://192.168.0.100/ if the IP address is
displayed.
Crestron
You can use the control of projectors that uses Crestron.
N ot e
 When projector is in
standby mode, only the ``
“Power” button will
``
work.
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Power: Switch ON/OFF the power.
Source List: Correspondence between the input display and
input terminal of the device is as follows.
LAN Control
• Computer
• S-Video
• Video
• HDMI1/MHL
• HDMI2
`` Other buttons work in the same manner as Projector
Control.
Crestron Tools
You can perform settings of the projector network and Crestron
Room View.
N ot e
 After setting the
user password, you
will be able to access
Crestron’s page by
entering the password.
 ‎ After enabling the
Admin password, you
will be able to access
the page of Crestron
tool only upon entering
the Admin password.
Crestron Info
You can display information about the firmware version of the
projector and status of the lamp.
N ot e
 Crestron offers the
following two types of
files.
a)RoomViewExpress■
_6_3_3_7.exe
b)Xpanel.exe
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LAN Control
Control the Projector via the Projector
Management Utility
N ot e
 This software
is to control and
monitor projectors
manufactured by
our company. The
software may not
work properly
when used to
control other
projectors.
Projector Management Utility conforms to the PJLink class 1
standards, and is compatible with all class 1 commands.
A maximum of 100 projectors connected to the network can be
managed using one computer.
Projector Management Utility operating environment is
described below.
• Supported operating system
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Windows Vista (32-bit/64bit version)
Windows 7 (32-bit/64bit version)
Windows 8 (32-bit/64bit version)
Windows 8.1 (32-bit/64bit version)
Windows 10 (32-bit/64bit version)
Windows Server 2008 SP2 (32-bit/64bit version)
Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard SP1 (64bit version)
• Memory size
Recommended memory size for the operating system of
the computer you are using
• Display resolution
800 × 600 pixels or more
Installing Projector Management Utility
Projector Management Utility is included on the supplied CDROM.
Log in to the computer with administrator privileges to install
or uninstall utilities.
1. Close all applications.
2. Insert the CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive of your
computer, and then click [X] to close the user’s manual
window.
3. Right click the CD-ROM icon and select OPEN.
4. Open “Projector Management Utility” folder stored on
the CD-ROM.
5. Double-click “setup.exe” stored in the “Projector
Management Utility” folder.
6. Install the application by following the on-screen
instruction.
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7. When the installation is complete, exit the installer.
A shortcut icon is created on the desktop.
Register projectors
1. Registers the projectors with Auto search.
–– Click [Register Projector] button.
–– Click [Auto Search] button.
–– List of projectors which support PJLink are displayed
in the window. Projector name is displayed as
“********” until authorization if password is enable.
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–– Select the desired projector and click [Register]
button. Password authorization is required
if password of the projector is set to enable.
–– Click [OK] button to return to the original screen.
2. Directly specifies the IP address and registers the
projector.
–– Enter IP address of the desired projector and click [Confirm] button then the projector name will be
displayed. After confirming the projector name, click
[Register] button.
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Control the projector with the projector
Management Utility
Click [Remote Control] tab and select the desired projector
in the list. You can control the selected projector by clicking
control buttons in the bottom of the window.
[Power] button
Turn “On/Off” the power of the projectors or groups selected
from the Projector (/Group) List.
[Input] button
Switches the input source of the projectors or groups selected
from the Projector (/Group) List.
Input source will not be changed if the projector doesn’t
support the selected input source.
A Table of input source name in the projector and the
projector management utility.
The projector
The projector Management Utility
Computer 1
RGB 1
Computer 2
RGB 2
Video
Video 1
S-Video
Video 2
HDBaseT
NETWORK 1
3G-SDI
Video 3
HDMI1/MHL
Digital 1
DVI-D
Digital 2
HDMI2/WB
Digital 3
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Troubleshooting
If you experience trouble with the projector, refer to the
following information. If the problem persists, please contact
your local dealer or service center.
Problem: No image appears on screen
`` Ensure all the cables and power connections are correctly
and securely connected as described in the “Connecting the
Projector” section.
`` Ensure the pins of terminals are not crooked or broken.
`` Check if the projection lamp has been securely installed.
Refer to the “Maintenance” section for more information.
`` Make sure you have removed the lens cap (if any) and the
projector is switched on.
Problem: Partial, scrolling or incorrectly displayed image
`` Press “Auto Set” on the remote control.
`` Adjust the computer display settings. Verify the resolution
setting is less than or equal to 1920 x 1200 resolution. See
your operating system’s Help file.
`` If you are using a Notebook:
1. First, follow the steps above to adjust resolution of the
computer.
2. Press the toggle output settings. For example: [Fn]+[F3]
PANASONIC, NEC => Fn+F3
HP, SHARP, TOSHIBA => Fn+F5
IBM, SONY => Fn+F7
DELL, EPSON => Fn+F8
FUJITSU => Fn+F10
APPLE =>F7
`` If you experience difficulty changing resolutions or your
monitor freezes, restart all equipment including the
projector.
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Problem: The screen of the Notebook computer is not
displaying a presentation
`` If you are using a Notebook PC:
Some Notebook PCs may deactivate their own screens
when a second display device is in use. Each has a
different way to be reactivated. Refer to your computer’s
documentation for detailed information.
Problem: Image is unstable or flickering
`` Adjust the “Phase” or “Clock” to correct it. ■
Refer to the “H. Position (Horizontal Position)” or “V. Position
(Vertical Position)” section for more information.
`` Check and reconfigure the display mode of your graphic
card to make it compatible with the product.
Problem: Image is out of focus
`` Adjust the Focus. (refer to page 41)
`` Make sure the projection screen is between the required
distance. (refer to page 43~page 48)
Problem: The image is stretched when displaying 16:9 DVD
Change the aspect ratio by pressing the “Aspect” button
on the remote control or select “Display Settings” >
“Aspect Ratio” from the OSD menu to show image with
proper aspect ratio.
Problem: Image is too small or too large
`` Adjust the Zoom lever on the top of the projector.
`` Move the projector closer to or further from the screen.
`` Press the “Aspect” button on the remote control or
press the “Menu” button on the projector panel, go to
“Display Settings” > “Aspect Ratio” and try the different
settings.
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Problem: Image is reversed
`` Select “Display Settings” > “Projection” from the OSD
menu to adjust the image.
Problem: Lamp burns out or makes a popping sound
`` When the lamp reaches its end of life, it will burn out and
may make a loud popping sound. If this happens, the
projector will not turn on until the lamp module has been
replaced. To replace the lamp, follow the procedures in the
“Maintenance”.
N ot e
Steady light =>
No light =>
Problem: Indicator lighting message
POWER ■
indicator
Status
(Blue)
(Red)
TEMP
indicator
LAMP 1
indicator
LAMP 2
indicator
Filter
indicator
(Red)
(Red)
(Red)
(Red)
Normal Operation
Standby
Normal
(Power ON)
Lamp retry
Cooling
Flashing
(0.5 sec)
Flashing
(0.5 sec)
Cooling
completed
Firmware
download
Warning
Thermal
failure
Fan lock
Flashing
(0.5 sec)
Lamp 1 failure
Lamp 2 failure
Both lamps
failure
Color wheel
failure
Filter blocked
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Flashing (0.5
sec)
Troubleshooting
POWER ■
indicator
Status
(Blue)
(Red)
TEMP
indicator
LAMP 1
indicator
LAMP 2
indicator
Filter
indicator
(Red)
(Red)
(Red)
(Red)
Liquid pump
warning
Problem: Message Reminders
`` Temperature Error - the projector is overheat inside. Check
the environmental condition.
Error
Projector Overheated.
Lamp will automatically turn off soon.
Error
Projector Overheated.
Please clean the filter or change the filter if necessary.
`` Replacing the lamp - the lamp is about to reach its
maximum lifetime. Prepare to replace it soon.
Error
Lamp 1 failed.
The projector has entered “lamp 2“ mode.
Notify
Lamp 1 and Lamp 2 are approaching the end of its useful life.
Replacement suggusted!
`` Liquid cooler Error - the water is insufficient.
Notify
The water from liquid coolr is insufficient. Contact the service center
for replacement.
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Troubleshooting
`` Replacing the filter - the filter is about to reach its maximum
usage time. Clean or replace the filter soon.
Notify
The filter timer reaches to the predetermined time.
Please check the filter.
`` Wrong direction in portrait mode - if the projector
is installed in the wrong direction, the projector will
automatically shut down.
Error
Wrong direction for portrait mode.
Please change to correct direction.
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Maintenance
Maintenance
Replacing the Lamp
The projector will detect the lamp life itself. It will show you a
warning message
Notify
Lamp 1 and Lamp 2 are approaching the end of its useful life
in full power operation.
Replacement suggusted!
When you see this message, change the lamp as soon as possible.
Make sure the projector has been cooled down for at least 60 minutes
before changing the lamp.
Warning: To avoid
burns, allow the
projector to cool for at
least 60 minutes before
you replace the lamp!
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Warning: For
continued safety
replace with RICOH
PJ Replacement Lamp
Type 29.
Caution: If the
lamp should break,
handle with care to
avoid injury due to
broken pieces and
contact your sales
representative for
repair service.
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2
Warning: Do not drop
the lamp module or
touch the glass parts.
The glass parts may
shatter and cause
injury if it is dropped.
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2
11
8
5
6
7
6
Lamp Replacing Procedure:
1. Switch off the power to the projector by pressing the
button.
2. Allow the projector to cool down at least 60 minutes.
3. Disconnect the power cord.
4. Use a screwdriver to remove the screw(s) from the
cover.
5. Open the cover.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Remove the screws from the fan.
Pull out the fan.
Remove the screw on the lamp module.
Remove the lamp module carefully by the handle.
Install the new lamp module by reversing the previous
steps. {~ 12
See the lamp’s manual for instructions on resetting the lamp
time.
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Maintenance
Used Lamps
This projector’s lamp contains trace amounts of environmentally
harmful inorganic mercury. Be careful not to break used lamps, and
dispose of them in accordance with local regulations or contact your
sales representative.
Replacing the Filter
Replace the air filter when it’s damaged or too soiled. When the
warning message suggesting replacement displays or you see the
filter indicator lights up, replace the filter as soon as possible.
Warning: For
continued safety
replace with RICOH PJ
Replacement Air Filter
Type 7.
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5
6
1
2
3
7
Filter Replacing Procedure:
1. Switch off the power to the projector by pressing the
button.
2. Allow the projector to cool down at least 60 minutes.
3. Disconnect the power cord.
4. Use a screwdriver to remove the screw from the cover.
5. Remove the cover.
6. Replace the filter. ,
7. Install the cover. 
8. Tighten the screw on the cover.{
9. Reset the filter timer.
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List of Compatible Signals
A. VGA Analog
(1) VGA Analog - PC Signal
Modes
VGA
SVGA
XGA
Resolution
640 x 480
800 x 600
1024 x 768
1152 x 864
60
72
75
85
H.Frequency
(kHz)
31.47
37.86
37.5
43.27
120
61.91
V.Frequency (Hz)
56
35.2
60
37.88
72
48.08
75
46.88
85
53.67
120
77.43
60
48.36
70
56.48
75
60.02
85
68.68
120
98.96
70
63.85
75
67.5
85
77.1
60
63.98
72
76.97
75
79.98
1280 x 960
85
60
91.15
60
1280 x 960
75
75
SXGA+
1400 x 1050
60
65.32
UXGA
1600 x 1200
60
75
SXGA
1280 x 1024
QuadVGA
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PowerBook G4
WXGA
HD 720
WXGA
WSXGA+
Ricoh_16:9
HD 1080
WSVGA
WUXGA
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60
31.5
640 x 480
66.6 (67)
35
800 x 600
60
37.88
1024 x 768
1024 x 768
1152 x 870
1280 x 768
1280 x 768
1280 x 768
1280 x 720
1280 x 800
1280 x 800 - RB
1440 x 900
1680 x 1050
1366 x 768
1920 x 1080-RB
1920 x 1080-EIA
1024 x 600
1920 x 1200-RB
60
75
75
60
75
85
60
60
120
60
60
60
60
60
60
59.95
48.36
60.241
68.681
47.78
60.29
68.63
45
49.7
101.6
55.94
65.29
47.71
66.6
67.5
37.5
74.04
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B. HDMI
(1) HDMI - PC Signal
Modes
Resolution
V.Frequency (Hz)
H.Frequency
(kHz)
VGA_60
59.94
31.469
VGA_72
72.809
37.861
75
37.5
VGA_85
VGA_75
85.008
43.269
VGA_120
119.518
61.91
SVGA_56
56.25
35.156
SVGA_60
60.317
37.879
72.188
48.077
75
46.875
SVGA_72
SVGA_75
640 x 480
800 x 600
SVGA_85
85.061
53.674
SVGA_120
119.854
77.425
XGA_60
60.004
48.363
XGA_70
70.069
56.476
XGA_75
1024 x 768
75.029
60.023
XGA_120
119.804
98.958
SXGA_75
75
67.5
84.99
77.094
60.02
63.981
SXGA_85
1152 x 864
SXGA_60
SXGA_72
SXGA_75
1280 x 1024
SXGA_85
72
76.97
75.025
79.976
85.024
91.146
QuadVGA_75
1280 x 960
75
75
SXGA+_60
1400 x 1050
59.978
65.317
UXGA_60
1600 x 1200
60
75
31.469
Mac G4
640 x 480@60Hz
59.94
MAC13
640 x 480@67Hz
66.667
35
Mac G4
800 x 600@60Hz
60.317
37.879
Mac G4
1024 x 768@60Hz
60.004
48.363
MAC19
1024 x 768@75Hz
75.02
60.241
MAC21
1152 x 870@75Hz
75.061
68.681
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WXGA_60
WXGA_75
1280 x 768
WXGA_85
59.87
47.776
74.893
60.289
84.837
68.633
WXGA_60
1280 x 720
60
45
WXGA_60
1280 x 800
59.81
49.702
WXGA_120-RB
1280 x 800
119.909
101.563
WXGA+_60
1440 x 900
59.887
55.935
1680x1050_60
1680 x 1050
59.954
65.29
Ricoh_16:9
1366 x 768
59.79
47.712
1920 x 1080_RB
1920 x1080
60
66.587
1920 x 1080_EIA
1920 x1080
60
67.5
Ricoh_timing
1024 x 600
60
37.5
1920 x 1200-RB
1920 x 1200
59.95
74.038
(2) HDMI - Video Signal
480i
720 x 480 (1440
x 480)
60
15.73
480p
720 x 480
60
31.47
576i
720 x 576 (1440
x 576)
50
15.63
576p
720 x 576
50
31.25
720p
1280 x 720
60
45
720p
1280 x 720
50
37.5
1080i
1920 x 1080
60
33.75
1080i
1920 x 1080
50
28.13
1080p
1920 x 1080
60
67.5
1080p
1920 x 1080
50
56.26
1080p
1920 x 1080
24
27
1080p
1920 x 1080
23.98
26.97
1080p
1920 x 1080
24
27
1080p
1920 x 1080
23.98
26.97
V.Frequency (Hz)
H.Frequency
(kHz)
C. MHL
(1) MHL - Video Signal
Modes
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720 x 480 (1440
x 480)
60
15.73
480p
720 x 480
60
31.47
576i
720 x 576 (1440
x 576)
50
15.63
576p
720 x 576
50
31.25
720p
1280 x 720
60
45
720p
1280 x 720
50
37.5
1080i
1920 x 1080
60
33.75
1080i
1080p
1080p
1080p
1920 x 1080
1920 x 1080
1920 x 1080
1920 x 1080
50
24
23.98
30
28.13
27
26.97
33.75
Modes
Resolution
V.Frequency (Hz)
480i
720 x 480
59.94
H.Frequency
(kHz)
15.73
480p
720 x 480
59.94
31.47
576i
720 x 576
50
15.63
576p
720 x 576
50
31.25
720p
1280 x 720
60
45
720p
1280 x 720
50
37.5
1080i
1920 x 1080
60
33.75
1080i
1080p
1080p
1080p
1080p
1920 x 1080
1920 x 1080
1920 x 1080
1920 x 1080
1920 x 1080
50
60
50
24
23.98
28.13
67.5
56.26
27
26.97
Modes
Resolution
V.Frequency (Hz)
NTSC
15.73
60
480i
D. YPbPr
E. Video, S-Video
H.Frequency
(kHz)
3.58
PAL
15.63
50
4.43
SECAM
15.63
50
4.25 or 4.41
PAL-M
15.73
60
3.58
PAL-N
15.63
50
3.58
PAL-60
15.73
60
4.43
NTSC4.43
15.73
60
4.43
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F. 3D Timming
Input timing
1280 X 720P @ 50Hz Top - and - Bottom
HDMI
3D Input
(with 3D
Info Frame
information)
1280 X 720P @ 60Hz
Top - and - Bottom
1280 X 720P @ 50Hz
Frame packing
1280 X 720P @ 60Hz
Frame packing
1920 X 1080i @ 50 Hz
Side- by-Side (Half)
1920 X 1080i @ 60 Hz
Side- by-Side (Half)
1920 X 1080P @ 24 Hz
Top - and – Bottom
1920 X 1080P @ 24 Hz
Frame packing
1920 x 1080i @ 50Hz
1920 x1080i @ 60Hz
Input
Resolutions
HDMI
3D Input
(without 3D
Info Frame
information)
1280 x 720P @ 50Hz
Side-bySide
(Half)
SBS
mode is
on
TopandBottom
TAB
mode is
on
1280 x 720P @ 60Hz
1920 x 1080i @ 50Hz
1920 x1080i @ 60Hz
1280 x 720P @ 50Hz
1280 x 720P @ 60Hz
480i
800x600 @ 60Hz
VGA (PC)
1024x768 @ 60Hz
800x600 @ 120Hz
1024x768 @ 120Hz
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HQFS
SBS or TAB
Frame Sequential
Composite
NTSC
HQFS
S-Video
NTSC
HQFS
Appendices
Configurations of Terminals
Terminal: Computer In (Mini D-sub 15 pin)
[Monitor Out]
5
4
3
10
15
2
9
14
8
1
7
13
12
6
11
1
Red (R/Cr) Input [R Output]
9
DDC 5V [NC*]
2
Green (G/Y) Input [G Output]
10
Ground (Ver. sync.)
3
Blue (B/Cb) Input [B Output]
11
NC*
4
NC*
12
DDC Data [NC*]
5
Ground (Horiz.sync.)
13
6
Ground (Red)
Horiz. sync. Input [Output] (Composite
H/V sync. Input)
7
Ground (Green)
14
Vert. sync. Input [Output]
8
Ground (Blue)
15
DDC CLK [NC*]
* Do not connect anything.
Terminal: PC Control (D-sub 9 pin) (male)
9
N ot e
 Contact your dealer
for control cable and
commands.
5
8
4
7
3
6
2
1
1
NC*
6
2
RXD (Receiving Data)
7
NC*
NC*
3
TXD (Sending Data)
8
NC*
4
NC*
9
5
GND
NC*
* Do not connect anything.
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Terminal: 3D Sync
N ot e
 Contact your dealer
for control cable and
commands.
1
+5VDC
2
GND
3
Stereo Sync
TTL Signal
Parameter
high” state >= 2.4 V for left-eye image
>=2.4v
low” state<=0.8 V for right-eye image;
<=0.8v
Duty cycle
50%
Terminal: 12V Trigger Out
1 3
N ot e
 Contact your dealer
for control cable.
2
1
GND
2
12V
3
NC
Terminal: Wired Remote In/Out
IR Receivers
N ot e
 Contact your dealer
for control cable.
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1
5V
2
IR signal (NEC Format)
3
Ground
Appendices
Specifications
■ List of general specifications
Item
DLP chip
Lamp Type
RICOH PJ X6480 RICOH PJ X6590 RICOH PJ WU6480 RICOH PJ WU6590
0.7” DMD XGA
0.67” DMD WUXGA
UHP 365W x 2
• Type C3: ■
• Type C4: ■
F = 1.8 – 2.23, f = 35.2 mm – 53.5 mm,
F = 1.6 – 2.0, f = 24.1 mm – 35.8 mm,
1:1.5 powered zoom and powered
1:1.52 powered zoom and powered
focus
focus
• Type C1: ■
• Type C5: ■
Projection Lens
F = 1.84 – 2.32, f = 11.3 mm – 14.1
F = 1.8 – 2.2, f = 51.33 mm – 82.49
mm, 1:1.6 powered zoom and
(Optional)
mm, 1:1.25 powered zoom and
powered focus
powered focus
• Type C2: ■
• Type C6:■
F = 1.82 – 2.34, f = 17.2 mm – 25.5
F = 1.84 – 2.34, f = 79.18 mm – 125.95
mm, 1:1.6 powered zoom and
mm, 1:1.5 powered zoom and
powered focus
powered focus
Screen Size
60” – 600” (152 cm – 1524 cm)
• With lens type C3: 1.67 – 2.5 (100”
• With lens type C3: 1.61 – 2.42 (100”
@ 3.47 m)
@ 3.4 m)
• With lens type C1: 0.76 – 0.95 (100”
• With lens type C1: 0.79 – 0.98 (100”
@ 1.6 m)
@ 1.64 m)
• With lens type C2: 1.18 – 1.77 (100”
• With lens type C2: 1.14 – 1.71 (100”
@ 2.46 m)
@ 2.4 m)
Throw Ratio
• With lens type C4: 2.37 – 3.6 (100” @
• With lens type C4: 2.45 – 3.73 (100”
@ 5.0 m)
5.10 m)
• With lens type C5: 3.66 – 5.85 (100”
• With lens type C5: 3.53 – 5.65 (100”
@ 7.60 m)
@ 7.45 m)
• With lens type C6: 5.52 – 8.83 (100” @
• With lens type C6: 5.72 – 9.15 (100”
11.89 m)
@ 11.65 m)
Dimension
548 x 552.5 x 189 mm (without lens / with protruding part)
(WxDxH)
Weight
Approx. 21 kg (46.3lb) (without lens)
• HDMI1/MHL In
• PC-Control Out
• Computer1 In
• LAN
• Computer2 In (BNC connectors)
• 5V 1.5A Out
• Video In
• 3D Sync
• S-Video In
• Service
I/O Terminal
• DVI-D In
• HDBaseT*1
• 3G-SDI In*2
• Wired Remote In
• 3G-SDI Out*2
• Wired Remote Out
• 12V Trigger Out 1
• Monitor Out
• 12V Trigger Out 2
• PC-Control In
Noise Level
• Normal: Typical 40 dB (A)
(Typ.)
• ECO: Typical 34 dB (A)
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Item
RICOH PJ X6480 RICOH PJ X6590 RICOH PJ WU6480 RICOH PJ WU6590
• Operational Temperatures: 32° to 104°F (0° to 40°C); up to 90% humidity (noncondensing)
Environment
• Storage Temperatures: -14° to 149°F (-10° to 65°C); up to 90% humidity (noncondensing)
• Eco Mode:
• Eco Mode:
• Eco Mode:
• Eco Mode: ■
740W @ 110Vac,
740W @ 110Vac,
740W @ 110Vac,
740W @ 110Vac,
Power
700W @ 220Vac
700W @ 220Vac
700W @ 220Vac
700W @ 220Vac
Consumption
• Standard Mode: • Standard Mode: • Standard Mode: • Standard Mode:
890W @ 110Vac,
980W @ 110Vac,
890W @ 110Vac,
980W @ 110Vac,
780W @ 220Vac
870W @ 220Vac
780W @ 220Vac
870W @ 220Vac
Standby Power
0.5W or less
Network
3W or less
Standby Power
N ot e
• *1 HDBaseT is available for PJ WU6590/PJ WU6480.
• *2 3G-SDI is available for PJ WU6590.
• This model complies with the above specifications.
• Designs and specifications are subject to change without notice.
• This model may not be compatible with features and/or specifications that may be added in the
future.
■ Separately sold product
RICOH PJ Replacement Lamp Type 29
RICOH PJ PJ Expansion Board for Blending
RICOH PJ Replacement Air Filter Type 7
RICOH PJ Replacement Lens Type C1
RICOH PJ Replacement Lens Type C2
RICOH PJ Replacement Lens Type C3
RICOH PJ Replacement Lens Type C4
RICOH PJ Replacement Lens Type C5
RICOH PJ Replacement Lens Type C6
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Cabinet Dimensions
Unit: mm
[B]
250
[C]
Holes for ceiling mount
Screw type: M6
189
179
552.5
548
175
275
[B] and [C] differ when different lens is installed.
Lens installed
Type C3
Type C1
Type C2
Type C4
Type C5
Type C6
[B]
594
610
611
632
632
632
[C]
216
232
233
253
253
253
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Appendices
Trademarks
• DLP is trademarks or registered trademark of Texas
Instruments.
• Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista, Internet Explorer and
PowerPoint are either a registered trademark or trademark
of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other
countries.
• HDMI, the HDMI Logo and High-Defi nition Multimedia
Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI
Licensing LLC.
• MHL, Mobile High-Defi nition Link, and MHL Logo are
trademarks or registered trademarks of MHL, LLC.
• Kensington is a trademark or registered trademark of
ACCO Brands.
• Blu-ray is a trademark of Blu-ray Association.
• HDBaseT™ and the HDBaseT Alliance logo are trademarks
of the HDBaseT Alliance.
• Other product and company names mentioned in this user’s
manual may be the trademarks or registered trademarks of
their respective holders.
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