LG BX220-JD Owner's manual

LG BX220-JD Owner's manual

Please read this manual carefully before operating your set.

Retain it for future reference.

Record model number and serial number of the set.

See the label attached on the bottom of the set and quote this information to your dealer when you require service.

Model number :

Serial number :

BX220-JD

OWNER’S MANUAL

FCC NOTICE

• A Class A digital device

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.

Warning

This is a class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference, in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.

Contents

Contents

Introduction

Safety Instructions ..........................................4-6

Names of parts

Main Body .......................................................7

Connecting Part ..............................................7

Control Panel ..................................................8

Remote Control ...............................................9

Installing Batteries...........................................9

Projector Status Indicators..............................10

Accessories.....................................................11

Optional Extras ...............................................11

Installing and Composition

Installation Instructions ...................................12

Basic Operation of the Projector.....................13

Using Kensington Security System.................14

Turning on the Projector .................................15

Turning off the Projector .................................15

Focus and Position of the Screen Image........16

Selecting source mode ...................................16

Connection

Connecting to a Desktop PC ..........................17

Connecting to a Notebook PC ........................17

Connecting to a Video Source ........................18

Connecting to a DVD ......................................18

Connecting to a D-TV Set-Top Box ................18

Function

Video Menu Options

Adjusting Video ...............................................19

APC (Auto Picture Control) .............................19

Auto Color Temperature Control .....................20

White Peaking Function ..................................20

Gamma Function ............................................20

Special Menu Options

Selecting language .........................................21

Flip Horizontal Function ..................................21

Flip Vertical Function.......................................21

Using ARC Function........................................22

Using Keystone function .................................22

Auto Source Function .....................................22

Using Blank function .......................................23

Selecting Blank Image color ...........................23

Lamp Mode Function ......................................23

Checking lamp time ........................................24

Using Still function ..........................................24

Screen Menu Options

Auto Tracking Function ...................................25

Clock / Phase Function ...................................25

Screen Position ...............................................25

RS-232C

External Control Device Setup........................26

Information

Supported Monitor Display..............................31

Maintenance....................................................32

Memo ..............................................................33

Specifications ..................................................35

Disposal of your old appliance

1. When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is attached to a product it means the product is covered by the European Directive 2002/96/EC.

2. All electrical and electronic products should be disposed of separately from the municipal waste stream via designated collection facilities appointed by the government or the local authorities.

3. The correct disposal of your old appliance will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health.

4. For more detailed information about disposal of your old appliance, please contact your city office, waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product.

3

Safety Instructions

Safety Instructions

Please take note of the safety instructions to prevent any potential accident or misuse of the projector.

Safety Instructions are given in two forms as detailed below.

WARNING

: The violation of this instruction may cause serious injuries and even death.

NOTES

: The violation of this instruction may cause light injuries or damage to the projector.

After reading this manual, keep it in the place that the user always can contact easily.

Indoor Installation

WARNING

Do not place the Projector in direct sunlight or near heat sources such as radiators, fires and stove etc.

This may cause a fire hazard !

Do not place inflammable materials beside the projector

This may cause a fire hazard !

Do not allow children to hang on the installed projector.

It may cause the projector to fall, causing injury or death.

4

Indoor Installation

NOTES

Disconnect from the mains and remove all connections before moving.

Do not place the projector close to sources of steam or oil such as a humidifier.

This may create a fire hazard or an electric shock hazard !

Do not place the projector where it might be exposed to dust.

This may cause a fire hazard !

When installing the projector on a table, be careful not to place it near the edge.

This may cause the projector to fall causing serious injury to a child or adult and serious damage to the projector.

Only use a suitable stand.

Only use the projector on a level and stable surface.

It may become unstable and affect operation.

Ensure good ventilation around the projector. The distance between the projector and the wall should be more than 20cm/8 inches.

An excessive increase in its internal temperature may cause a fire hazard!

Do not block the vents of the projector or restrict air-flow in any way.

This would cause the internal temperature to increase and could cause a fire hazard!

Do not place the projector directly on a carpet, rug or place where ventilation is restricted.

This would cause its internal temperature to increase and might create a fire hazard !

Outdoor Installation

WARNING

Do not use the projector in a damp place such as a bathroom where it is likely to get wet.

This may cause a fire or an electric shock hazard !

Power

WARNING

Earth wire should be connected.

If the earth wire is not connected, there is a possible danger of electric shock caused by the current leakage.

If grounding methods are not possible, a separate circuit breaker should be employed and installed by a qualified electrician.

Do not connect ground to telephone wires, lightning rods or gas pipe.

The mains plug should be inserted fully into the power outlet to avoid a fire hazard !

This may cause a fire hazard !

Do not place heavy objects on the power cord

This may cause a fire or an electric shock hazard !

Power

Do not use too many plugs on the Mains multi-outlet.

It may result in overheating of the outlet and causes a fire hazard !

WARNING

Power

NOTES

Never touch the power plug with a wet hand

This may cause an electric shock hazard !

Hold the plug firmly when unplugging. If you pull the cord the cord may be damaged.

Prevent dust collecting on the power plug pins or outlet.

This may cause a fire hazard !

This may cause a fire hazard !

Do not plug when the power cord or the plug is damaged or the connecting part of the power outlet is loose.

This may cause a fire or an electric shock hazard !

Ensure the power cord does not come into contact with sharp or hot objects such as a heater.

This may cause a fire or an electric shock hazard !

Place the projector where people will not trip or tread on the power lead.

This may cause a fire or an electric shock hazard !

Do not turn the projector On/Off by plugging-in or unplugging the power plug to the wall outlet.

(Do not use the power plug for switch.)

It may cause mechanical failure or could give an electric shock.

Using

WARNING

Do not place anything containing liquid on top of the projector such as flowerpot, cup, cosmetics or candle.

This may cause a fire hazard !

In case of impact shock or damage to the projector switch it off and unplug it from the mains outlet and contact your service center.

This may cause a fire or an electric shock hazard !

Do not allow any objects to fall into the projector.

This may cause an electric shock hazard !

If water is spilt into the projector unplug it from the mains supply outlet immediately and consult your Service Agent.

This may cause an electric shock hazard !

Dispose of used batteries carefully and safely.

In the case of a battery being swallowed by a child please consult a doctor immediately.

In the event that an image does not appear on the screen please switch it off and unplug it from the mains supply and contact your Service Agent.

This may cause a fire or an electric shock hazard !

Do not remove any covers

(except lens cover). High risk of

Electric Shock!

Don’t look directly onto the lens when the projector is in use. Eye damage may occur!

Do not touch metal parts during or soon after operation since the vents and lamp cover will remain very hot!

CAUTION concerning the Power Cord

Most appliances recommend they be placed upon a dedicated circuit; that is,a single outlet circuit which powers only that appliance and has no additional outlets or branch circuits.Check the specification page of this owner's manual to be certain.

Do not overload wall outlets. Overloaded wall outlets,loose or damaged wall outlets, extension cords, frayed power cords,or damaged or cracked wire insulation are dangerous.Any of these conditions could result in electric shock or fire. Periodically examine the cord of your appliance,and if its appearance indicates damage or deterioration, unplug it, discontinue use of the appliance, and have the cord replaced with an exact replacement part by an authorized servicer.

Protect the power cord from physical or mechanical abuse, such as being twisted, kinked, pinched, closed in a door, or walked upon. Pay particular attention to plugs, wall outlets, and the point where the cord exits the appliance.

Safety Instructions

5

Safety Instructions

Using

WARNING

Never touch the wall outlet when there is leakage of gas, open the windows and ventilate.

It can cause a fire or a burn by a spark.

Do not drop the projector or allow impact shock.

This may cause mechanical failure or personal injury !

Don’t look at laser beam directly as it can cause eye damage!

Using

NOTES

Do not place heavy objects on top of projector.

This may cause mechanical failure or personal injury!

Take care not to cause impact to the lens particularly when moving the projector.

Do not touch the lens of the projector. It is delicate and easily damaged.

Do not use any sharp tools on the projector as this will damage the casing.

6

Cleaning

Do not use water while cleaning the projector

This may cause damage to the projector or an electric shock hazard.

WARNING

In the unlikely event of smoke or a strange smell from the projector, switch it off , unplug it from the wall outlet and contact your dealer or service centre.

This may cause a fire or an electric shock hazard !

Use an air spray or soft cloth that is moist with a neutral detergent and water for removing dust or stains on the projection lens.

Cleaning

NOTES

Contact the Service Center once a year to clean the internal parts of the projector.

Accumulated dust can cause mechanical failure.

Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.

This may cause damage to the Projector or cause an electric shock hazard !

Others

WARNING

Do not attempt to service the projector yourself. Contact your dealer or service centre.

This may cause damage to the projector and could give an electric Shock as well as invalidating the warranty !

Others

NOTES

Be sure to unplug if the projector is not to be used for a long period.

Accumulated dust may cause a fire hazard!

Refer lamp servicing to qualified service personnel.

Do not mix new batteries with old batteries.

This may cause the batteries to overheat and leak.

Only use the specified type of battery.

This could cause damage to the remote control.

Names of parts

Main Body

* The projector is manufactured using high-precision technology. You may, however, see on the Projector screen tiny black points and/or bright points (red, blue, or green). This can be a normal result of the manufacturing process and does not always indicate a malfunction.

Rear remote control sensor

Control panel

Zoom ring

Power button

Focus ring

Indicators

Foot adjusting button

Foot adjusting button

Front remote control sensor

Lens cover

* Push the lens cover into the inside after pulling it open into the front. (If you mount on the ceiling, after pushing the cover, the lens cover is installed. If not, the cover may overlap projecting lens.)

Connecting Part

DVI Input S-Video

RGB Input

(PC/DTV)

Video

RS-232C

Names of parts

AC IN

Kensington Security

System Connector

(Refer to page 14)

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Names of parts

Control Panel

/

, KEYSTONE+/- Button

MENU Button

Selects or closes menus.

AUTO Button

MENU

KEYSTONE

SOURCE

AUTO

KEYSTONE

OK

SOURCE Button

Switches to RGB, DVI, Video,S-Video mode.

/ Button

Adjusts functions of menus.

A

OK Button

Checks present mode and saves the change of functions.

POWER Button

POWER

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Names of parts

Remote Control

POWER Button

MENU Button

F

/

G

Button

AUTO Button (Refer to p.25)

BLANK Button (Refer to p.23)

POWER

MENU

KEYSTONE SOURCE

AUTO

KEYSTONE

OK

BLANK LASER ARC

STILL

SOURCE Button

KEYSTONE+/-,

D

/

E

Button

A

OK Button

ARC Button (Refer to p.22)

STILL Button (Refer to p.24)

LASER Button

* Produces a bright red laser pointer on the screen for the purpose of indication.

(Don’t look at laser beam directly as it can cause eye damage!)

Installing Batteries

• Open the battery compartment cover on the back of the remote control and insert the batteries with correct polarity, match “+” with “+”, and match “-” with “-”.

• Install two 1.5V “AAA” batteries.

Don’t mix used batteries with new batteries.

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Names of parts

Projector Status Indicators

* Lamp Indicator, operation indicator and temperature indicator at the top of the projector show the user the operating status of the projector.

Lamp Indicator

Operation Indicator

Temperature Indicator

Operation Indicator

Lamp Indicator

Temperature Indicator

Orange

Green(flashing)

Green

Orange(flashing)

Off

Red

Red(flashing)

Green(flashing)

Orange

Red

Red (flashing)

Standby.

Lamp cooling until the lamp turn on.

On operation. (Turn on the lamp)

Projector lamp is cooling as power out (2 minutes)

Power off.

Projector lamp is reaching the end of its life and needs to be replaced with a new lamp. (over 2000 hours)

The projector has trouble in the lamp or around it at power-on. Retry Power On again later. If lamp indicator is red (flashing) again, contact the service center.

The lamp cover is not closed.

This projector is in high temperature. Turn the power of projector off and check the ventilator.

The projector is turned off as its high temperature.

Power has turned off due to problem with the internal cooling fan. Contact your service center.

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Names of parts

Accessories

POWER

MENU KEYSTONE SOURCE

AUTO KEYSTONE OK

BLANK LASER ARC

STILL

Remote Control

1.5V

1.5V

2 Batteries (size AAA)

Power Cord

Video Cable

Computer Cable

RCA to D-Sub Adaptor

Operating guide

Optional Extras

* Contact your dealer to purchase these items.

* When applying a ceiling installer, use only the ceiling installer for projector.

* Contact your service personnel for replacing a new lamp.

* Projector lamp is reaching the end of its life and needs to be replaced with a new lamp.

Projection Screen Lamp SCART to RCA jack (option)

Ceiling installer for projector

Portable Bag

S-Video Cable

RS-232C Cable

DVI-D Cable

11

Installing and Composition

Installation and Composition

Installation Instructions

* Don’t place the projector in the following conditions. It may cause malfunction or product damage.

Provide proper ventilation for this projector.

The projector is equipped with ventilation holes(intake) on the bottom and ventilation holes(exhaust) on the front.

do not block or place anything near these holes, or internal heat build-up may occur, causing picture degradation or damage to the projector.

Do not place the projector on a carpet, rug or other similar surface. It may prevent a adequate ventilation of the projector bottom. This product should be mounted to a wall or ceiling only.

Never push projector or spill liquid of any kind into the projector.

Leave an adequate distance(30cm/12 inches or more) around the projector.

Place this projector in adequate temperature and humidity conditions.

Install this projector only in a location where adequate temperature and humidity is available. (refer p.35)

Don’t place the projector where it can be covered with dust.

This may cause overheating of the projector.

Do not obstruct the slots and openings of the projector. This may cause overheating and create a fire hazard.

The projector is manufactured using high-precision technology. You may, however, see tiny black points and/or bright points (red, blue, or green) that continuously appear on the projector Screen. This is a normal result of the manufacturing process and does not indicate a malfunction.

To display DTV programs, it is necessary to connect a DTV receiver (Set-top Box) and connect it to the projector.

If there is no input signal, the Menu will not be displayed on screen.

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Installing and Composition

Basic Operation of the Projector

1.Place the projector on a sturdy and horizontal surface with the PC or AV source.

2.Place the projector the correct distance from the screen. The distance between the projector and the screen determines the actual size of the image.

3.Position the projector so that the lens is set at a right angle to the screen. If the projector is not set at a right angle, the screen image will be crooked. If this is so then the keystone adjustment may correct this (Refer to page 22.)

4.Connect the cables of the projector to a wall power socket and other connected sources.

Screen height (X)

projection distance based on the picture format

Projection off-set ratio:100%

Center line of lens

Projection distance (D)

4:3 picture format mm / inches screen size

40

″ screen height (X)

610/24.0

The shortest distance (D)

1400/55.1

The longest distance (D)

1680/66.1

60

914/36.0

2100/82.7

2520/99.2

80

1219/48.0

2800/110.2

3360/132.3

90

1372/54.0

3150/124.0

3780/148.8

100

1524/60.0

3500/137.8

4200/165.4

* The longest/shortest distance show status when adjusted by the zoom function.

110

1676/66.0

3850/151.6

4620/181.9

120

1829/72.0

4200/165.4

5040/198.4

150

2286/90.0

5250/206.7

6300/248.0

200

3048/120.0

7000/275.6

8400/330.7

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Installing and Composition

Using Kensington Security System

The projector has a ‘Kensington’ Security System Connector on the back panel. Connect the ‘Kensington’

Security system cable as below.

For the detailed installation and use of the Kensington Security System, refer to the user’s guide attached to the Kensington Security System set.

And for further information, contact

http://www.kensington.com

, the internet homepage of the

Kensington company that deals with expensive electronic equipments such as notebook PCs or projectors.

Kensington Security System is an optional item.

K

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Turning on the Projector

1. Connect power cord correctly.

2. Remove the lens cover of the projector.

3. Press the

POWER

button on the remote control or top cover.

(Green operation indicator flashes during cooling of the lamp.)

It will take about 12 second to display the picture after power on because the projector lamp has to warm up.

An image will appear after the operation indicator light turns (Green).

Select the source mode with the SOURCE button.

Leave the projector plugged in for at least 2 minutes after switching off the projector, as this will allow the lamp cooling to continue which will help to preserve the lamp life.

Installing and Composition

* Don’t unplug the power cord while the ventilation fan (inlet/outlet) is working. If so, you take longer time by lamp on.

Turning off the Projector

1. Press the

POWER

button on the top cover or remote control.

2. Press the

POWER

button on the top cover or remote control again to cut off the power.

3. If the operation indicator LED is orange and blinking, do not disconnect the mains supply until the operation indicator LED is lit up constantly (orange).

If the operation indicator LED is orange and blinking, the power button on the top cover or on the remote control will not operate.

Power Off?

Please Press Key Again.

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Installing and Composition

Focus and Position of the Screen Image

When an image appears on the screen, check if it is in focus and fits well to the screen.

Zoom ring

Focus ring

To adjust the focus of the image, rotate the focus ring which is the outer ring on the lens.

To adjust the size of the image, rotate the zoom ring which is the inner ring on the lens.

To raise or lower the image on the screen, extend or retract the foot at the bottom of the projector by pushing foot adjuster button as below.

1. While pressing the foot adjuster button, raise or lower the projector to place the screen image in the proper position.

2. Release the button to lock the foot in its new position.

3. To fine-tune the height of the projector, rotate the front foot to raise or lower it.

After raising the front foot, do not press down on the projector.

Selecting source mode

1. Press the

SOURCE

button.

F select OK

RGB G

2. Each press of the

F

,

G button changes the display as below.

RGB DVI

S-Video Video

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Connection

Connecting to a Desktop PC

* You can connect the projector to a computer of VGA, SVGA, XGA and SXGA output.

* You can use ARC function for the RGB signals of the Aspect Ration 4:3. (For HD wide input signals, you cannot use ARC function.)

* Fundamentally, HD wide input signal is not included in the Spec, so the set may not support HD signal perfectly.

* Refer to page 31 for the supported pc graphic card displays of the projector.

< How to connect >

a. Connect computer cable to

RGB Input (PC/DTV)

of the projector.

b. If the PC has DVI output, connect DVI cable to

DVI Input

of the projector.

Connection

Connecting to a Notebook PC

< How to connect >

a. Connect computer cable to

RGB Input (PC/DTV)

of the projector.

* If you set your computer, such as a notebook type IBM PC/AT compatible, to output the signal to both the display of your computer and the external monitor, the picture of the external monitor may not appear properly. In such cases, set the output mode of your computer to output the signal only to the external monitor. For details, refer to the operating instructions supplied with your computer.

b. If the PC has DVI output, connect DVI cable to

DVI Input

of the projector.

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Connection

Connecting to a Video Source

* You can connect a VTR, a camcorder, a LDP or any other compatible video image source to the projector.

< How to connect 1 >

a. Connect the Video input jacks of the projector to the output jacks of the A/V source with Video cable.

< How to connect 2 >

b. Connect the S-Video input jack of the projector to the

S-Video output jack of an A/V source with an S-Video cable.

* You can get better picture quality when connecting

S-Video source to the projector.

<VCR>

S VIDEO

OUT

IN

(R) AUDIO (L) VIDEO

Connecting to a DVD

* The output jacks (Y, P

B

, P

R

) of the DVD might be labelled as Y, Pb, Pr / Y, B-Y, R-Y / Y, Cb, Cr according to the equipment.

< How to connect >

a. Connect the DVD Component cable to the RCA to D-Sub

Adaptor and then connect the RCA to D-Sub Adaptor to

RGB Input (PC/DTV)

of the projector.

* When connecting the component cable, match the jack colors with the component cable.(Y=green, P

B

=blue, P

R

=red) b. Use a DVD with Component 480i(576i)/480p(576p) mode.

RCA to D-Sub Adaptor

Component cable

(R) AUDIO (L)

Y P

B

P

R

<DVD>

Connecting to a D-TV Set-Top Box

* To receive D-TV programmes, it is necessary to purchase a D-TV receiver (Set-Top Box) and connect it to the projector.

* Please refer to the owner's manual of the D-TV Set-Top Box for the connection between projector and

D-TV Set-Top Box.

< How to connect an RGB source >

a. Connect computer cable to

RGB Input (PC/DTV)

of the projector.

* If the Set-Top Box has DVI output, use DVI cable.

b. Use a DTV receiver with DTV 480p(576p)/720p/1080i mode.

* It can be supported the DVI/HDCP.

<D-TV Set-Top Box>

(R) AUDIO (L) DTV OUTPUT DVI OUTPUT

Y P

B

P

R

< How to connect a Component source >

a. Connect the D-TV Set-Top Box Component cable to the

RCA to D-Sub Adaptor and then connect the RCA to D-Sub

Adaptor to

RGB Input (PC/DTV)

of the projector.

* When connecting the component cable, match the jack colors with the component cable.(Y=green, P

B

=blue, P

R

=red) b. Use a DTV receiver with DTV 480p(576p)/720p/1080i mode.

RCA to D-Sub Adaptor

Component cable

(R) AUDIO (L) DTV OUTPUT DVI OUTPUT

Y P

B

P

R

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Function

Function

* In this manual, the OSD(On Screen Display) may be different from your Projector’s because it is just example to help with the Projector operation.

* If there is no input signal present, the Menu will not be displayed on the screen.

* This operating guide explains operation of RGB(PC) mode mainly.

Video Menu Options

Adjusting Video

1. Press the

MENU

button and then use

F

,

G button to select the menu.

2. Press the

OK

(

A

) button and then use

D

,

E button to select a video item you want to adjust.

3. Press the

F

,

G button to adjust the screen condition as you want.

Each adjustment of menu options will not affect other input source.

As required, re-adjust menu options for the following input source :

Video/S-Video/Component (480i(576i)), Component (480p(576p), 720p, 1080i)

To restore the original image condition after changing it, press

OK

( A ) button after selecting [

Reset

] item.

In the broadcasting system NTSC, the picture item

Tint

is displayed and can be adjusted.

To exit the menu display, repeatedly, press the

MENU

button.

< RGB mode >

Contrast

Brightness

Color R

Color G

Color B

Reset

MENU prev.

50

50

50

50

50 move

F G adjust

< Video mode >

APC

Contrast

Brightness

Color

Sharpness

MENU prev.

F

80

50

50

50

Clear move

F G select

G

APC (Auto Picture Control)

* Use APC to set the projector for the best picture appearance.

* This function will not work in RGB mode.

1. Press the

MENU

button and then use

F

,

G button to select the menu.

2. Press the

OK

(

A

) button and then use

D

,

E button to select

APC

item.

3. Press the

F

,

G button to adjust the screen condition as you want.

Each press of the

F

,

G button changes the screen as shown below.

Clear Soft User

APC

Contrast

Brightness

Color

Sharpness

MENU prev.

F

80

50

50

50

Clear move

F G select

G

To exit the menu display, repeatedly, press the

MENU

button.

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Function

Video Menu Options

Auto Color Temperature Control

1. Press the

MENU

button and then use

F

,

G button to select the menu.

2. Press the

OK

(

A

) button and then use

D

,

E button to select

ACC

item.

3. Press the

F

,

G button to make appropriate adjustments.

Each press of the

F

,

G button changes the screen as shown below.

Normal Cool Warm

To exit the menu display, repeatedly, press the

MENU

button.

ACC

White Peaking

Gamma

MENU prev.

F

F

F move

Normal

10

Normal

F G select

G

G

G

White Peaking Function

1. Press the

MENU

button and then use

F

,

G button to select the menu.

2. Press the

OK

(

A

) button and then use

D

,

E button to select

White Peaking

item.

3. Press the

F

,

G button to adjust the screen condition as you want.

The default value may changed based on input mode.

Adjust to higher value to see the bright picture and adjust to lower value to see the quality picture.

To exit the menu display, repeatedly, press the

MENU

button.

ACC

White Peaking

Gamma

MENU prev.

F

F

F move

Normal

10

Normal

F G select

G

G

G

Gamma Function

1. Press the

MENU

button and then use

F

,

G button to select the menu.

2. Press the

OK

(

A

) button and then use

D

,

E button to select

Gamma

item.

3. Press the

F

,

G button to adjust the screen condition as you want.

Each press of the

F

,

G button changes the screen as shown below.

Normal Film Sports

To exit the menu display, repeatedly, press the

MENU

button.

ACC

White Peaking

Gamma

MENU prev.

F

F

F move

Normal

10

Normal

F G select

G

G

G

20

Special Menu Options

Selecting language

1. Press the

MENU

button and then use

F

,

G button to select the menu.

2. Press the

OK

(

A

) button and then use

D

,

E button to select

Language

item.

3. Press the

F

,

G button to select the language you want to use.

On-Screen-Display (OSD) is marked in the selected language from this point.

To exit the menu display, repeatedly, press the

MENU

button.

Language

ARC

Flip Horizontal

Flip Vertical

Set ID

MENU prev.

F

F

English

4 : 3

F move

1

F G select

G

G

G

Function

Flip Horizontal Function

* This function reverses the projected image horizontally.

Use this function when rear projecting an image.

1. Press the

MENU

button and then use

F

,

G button to select the menu.

2. Press the

OK

(

A

) button and then use

D

,

E button to select

Flip Horizontal

item.

3. Press the

OK

(

A

) button to see reversed image.

Each time you press the button, the image will be reversed.

To exit the menu display, repeatedly, press the

MENU

button..

Language

ARC

Flip Horizontal

Flip Vertical

Set ID

MENU prev.

F English

F 4 : 3

Press OK to Flip

G

G

F move

1

A OK

G

Flip Vertical Function

* This function reverses the projected image vertically.

* When you hang the projector upside down from the ceiling , you will need to reverse the image vertically and horizontally.

1. Press the

MENU

button and then use

F

,

G button to select the menu.

2. Press the

OK

(

A

) button and then use

D

,

E button to select

Flip Vertical

item.

3. Press the

OK

(

A

) button to see reversed image.

Each time you press the button, the image will be reversed.

To exit the menu display, repeatedly, press the

MENU

button.

Language

ARC

Flip Horizontal

Flip Vertical

Set ID

MENU prev.

F

F

English

4 : 3

F

Press OK to Flip

1 move A OK

G

G

G

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Function

Special Menu Options

Using ARC Function

1. Press the

ARC

button.

Each press of the button changes the display as below.

F 16 : 9 G

16:9

You can also use this function by using the

MENU

button.

F 4 : 3 G

4 : 3

Using Keystone function

* Use this function when the screen is not at a right angle to the projector and the image is a trapezoid shape.

* Only use the

Keystone

function when you can’t get the best angle of projection, because it may cause a blazing fire of the screen.

1. Press the

KEYSTONE +

or

KEYSTONE -

button.

2. Press the

KEYSTONE +

or

KEYSTONE -

button to adjust the screen condition as you want.

Keystone

are adjusted from -50 to +50.

You can also use this function by using the

MENU

button.

Keystone 0

Auto Source Function

* Automatically detects the projector input signal.

1. Press the

MENU

button and then use

F

,

G button to select the menu.

2. Press the

OK

(

A

) button and then use

D

,

E button to select

Auto Source

item.

3. Press the

F

,

G button to select

On

or

Off

.

To exit the menu display, repeatedly, press the

MENU

button.

Keystone

Auto Source

Blank Image

Lamp Mode

Lamp Time

MENU prev.

F

F

F

0

Off

Blue

Normal mode

0 Hr

G

G

G move

F G select

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Using Blank function

* This function may be effective if you need to get attention of the audience during presentations, meetings or briefings.

1. Press the

BLANK

button.

The screen turns off to a background color.

You can choose the background color.

(Refer to

‘Selecting blank image color’

)

2. Press any button to cancel the blank function.

Selecting Blank Image color

1. Press the

MENU

button and then use

F

,

G button to select the menu.

2. Press the

OK

(

A

) button and then use

D

,

E button to select

Blank Image

item.

3. Press the

F

,

G button to select the color you want to use.

Background color will be changed to the selected Blank function color from this point.

To exit the menu display, repeatedly, press the

MENU

button.

Keystone

Auto Source

Blank Image

Lamp Mode

Lamp Time

MENU prev.

F

F

F

0

Off

Blue

Normal

0 Hr

G

G

G move F G select

Lamp Mode Function

1. Press the

MENU

button and then use

F

,

G button to select the menu.

2. Press the

OK

(

A

) button and then use

D

,

E button to select

Lamp Mode

item.

3. Press the

F

,

G button to select

Normal mode

or

Silent mode

.

To exit the menu display, repeatedly, press the

MENU

button.

Keystone

Auto Source

Blank Image

Lamp Mode

Lamp Time

MENU prev.

F

F

F

0

Off

Blue

Normal mode

0 Hr

G

G

G move F G select

Function

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Function

Special Menu Options

Checking lamp time

1. Press the

MENU

button and then use

F

,

G button to select the menu.

The used lamp time is displayed.

When projector lamp is reaching the end of its life (over 2000 hours), the lamp indicator will be turned red.

The lamp warning LED illuminates red continuously in the case of excessive lamp time.

Keystone

Auto Source

Blank Image

Lamp Mode

Lamp Time

MENU prev.

F

F

F

0

Off

Blue

Normal mode

0 Hr

G

G

G move

F G adjust

Using Still function

1. Press the

STILL

button.

* You can freeze the input image.

<Moving Image> <Still Image>

2. To exit Pause, press any button .

* The STILL function would release automatically after about 10 minutes.

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Screen Menu Options

Auto Tracking Function

*This function assures you of getting the best video quality by automatically adjusting the difference of horizontal size and synchronization of the image.

*Auto Tracking function works in RGB input only.

1. Press the

AUTO

button.

Image positioning and synchronization are automatically adjusted.

2. Adjust

Clock

or

Phase

in menu after operation of

Auto Configure

if you want to get better picture quality in accordance with diverse RGB input modes. In certain circumstances, you can’t get the best picture quality only with auto-correction.

You can also use this function by using the MENU button. (Only in RGB mode)

For best results, perform this function while displaying a still image.

Auto Configure

Clock / Phase Function

*

Clock Function

This function adjusts the horizontal width of the projected image to get the image to fit on the screen size.

*

Phase Function

This function is for the detailed adjustment of the clock function.

* It’s available to adjust [Clock], [Phase] in RGB mode only.

1. Press the

MENU

button and then use

F

,

G button to select the menu.

2. Press the

OK

(

A

) button and then use

D

,

E button to select

Clock

or

Phase

item.

3. Press the

F

,

G button to adjust the screen condition.

To exit the menu display, repeatedly, press the

MENU

button.

Screen Position

*If the image size does not fit the screen in accordance with the input source, set the position of the image by selecting Horizontal / Vertical position. (RGB mode)

1. Press the

MENU

button and then use

F

,

G button to select the menu.

2. Press the

OK

(

A

) button and then use

D

,

E button to select

Horizontal

or

Vertical

item.

3. Press the

F

,

G button to adjust the screen condition as you want.

Horizontal

,

Vertical

are adjusted from -50 to +50.

Based on the input mode, the adjustment range may be changed.

To exit the menu display, repeatedly, press the

MENU

button.

Auto Configure

Clock 0

Phase 15

Horizontal

Vertical

0

0

MENU prev.

move

F G adjust

Auto Configure

Clock 0

Phase 15

Horizontal

Vertical

0

0

MENU prev.

move

F G adjust

Function

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RS-232C

External Control Device Setup

* Connect the RS-232C input jack to an external control device (such as a computer or a video control system) and control the Projector’s functions externally.

SET ID

1. Press the

MENU

button and then use

F

,

G button to select the menu.

2. Press the

OK

(

A

) button and then use

D

,

E button to select

Set ID

item.

3. Press the

F

,

G button to adjust Set ID to select the desired projector ID number.

The adjustment range of

Set ID

is 1~99.

Only the projector with the specified ID number will operate from the remote control.

To exit the menu display, repeatedly, press the

MENU

button.

Language

ARC

Flip Horizontal

Flip Vertical

Set ID

MENU prev.

F

F

English

4 : 3

F move

1

F G select

G

G

G

How to connect external control equipment

• Connect the serial port of the PC to the RS-232C jack on the projector back panel.

• RS-232C cable is not supplied with the projector.

• Use the RS232C cable to control the projector externally (Refer to Fig.1).

<Fig.1, RS-232 Interface Cable>

RXD

TXD

DTR

GND

DSR

RTS

CTS

6

7

8

4

5

2

3

4

5

2

3

6

7

8

Projector

RXD

TXD

DTR

GND

DSR

RTS

CTS

External

Device

* 1, 9 Pin No Connection

5

9 6

1

Communication Parameter Setup

• Baud Rate : 115200 bps(UART)

• Data Length : 8 bit

• Parity : none

• Stop bit : 1 bit

• Flow Control : none

• Communication code : ASCII code

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Command Reference List

01. Power

02. Input Select

03. Aspect Ratio

04. Screen Mute

05. Contrast

06. Brightness

07. Color

08. Tint

09. Sharpness

10. OSD Select

11. Remote Control Lock / Key Lock

12. Color Temperature

13. Red ADC gain adjustment

14. Green ADC gain adjustment

15. Blue ADC gain adjustment

16. Low Power

17. Auto configuration

18. Input Select

Command1 Command2 k k k k k j k k j j j j x k k k k k u w l m j k y z q u b c h i d g a b

* This data will be explained in this document in detail.

Data

(Hexadecimal)

0 ~ 1

*

1 ~ 2

0 ~ 1

0 ~ 64

0 ~ 64

0 ~ 64

0 ~ 64

0 ~ 64

0 ~ 1

0 ~ 1

0 ~ 2

0 ~ 64

0 ~ 64

0 ~ 64

0 ~ 1

1

*

Communication Protocol

1. Transmission

[Command1][Command2][ ][Set ID][ ][Data][Cr]

* [Command 1]

* [Command 2]

* [Set ID]

* [DATA]

* [Cr]

* [ ]

: First command to control the set.(k, j, x, ASCII code, 1 Character)

: Second command to control the set..(ASCII code, 1 Character)

: You can adjust the set ID to choose desired projector ID number in special menu. See previous page.

Adjustment range is 1 ~ 99. When selecting Set ID ‘0’, every connected projector set is controlled.

: To transmit command data. Transmit 2 character when organized ASCII code.

* Transmit ‘FF’ data to read status of command.

: Carriage Return

ASCII code ‘0x0D’

: ASCII code character correspond to “Space Bar” which is in order to classify command, set ID and Data.

2. OK Acknowledgement

[Command2] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]

* The Projector transmits ACK (acknowledgement) based on this format when receiving normal data. At this time, if the data is data read mode, it indicates present status data. If the data is data write mode, it returns the data of the PC computer.

3. Error Acknowledgement

[Command2] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [NG] [Data] [x]

* The Projector transmits ACK (acknowledgement) based on this format when receiving abnormal data from non-viable functions or communication errors.

Data : [1] : illegal code(This command is not supported.)

[2] : not support function(This function doesn’t work.)

[3] : wait more time(Try again a few minute later.)

RS-232C

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RS-232C

External control device setup

01. Power (Command2:a)

To control Power On/Off of the Projector.

Transmission

[k] [a] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]

Data 0 : Power Off

1 : Power On

Ack

[a] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]

Data 0 : Power Off

1 : Power On

To show Power On/Off status.

Transmission

[k] [a] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [FF] [Cr]

Ack

[a] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]

Data 0 : Power Off

1 : Power On

* In like manner, if other functions transmit ‘0xFF’ data based on this format, Acknowledgement data feed back presents status about each function.

03. Aspect Ratio (Command2:c)

To adjust the screen format.

Transmission

[k] [c] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]

Data 1 : Normal Screen( 4:3)

2 : Wide Screen(16:9)

Ack

[c] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]

Data 1 : Normal Screen( 4:3)

2 : Wide Screen(16:9)

02. Input Select (Command2:b)

To select input source for the Set.

Transmission

[k] [b] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]

Data 2 : Video 3 : S-Video

6 : RGB-DTV 7 : RGB-PC

9 : DVI-PC

Ack

[b] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]

Data 2 : Video

7 : RGB-PC

3 : S-Video

9 : DVI-PC

4 : Component

8 : DVI-DTV

4 : Component

* The transmission data for RGB-DTV(Data:6) input select is changed to RGB-PC(Data:7) for the identical mode processing.

In like manner, the data of transmission for DVI-DTV(Data:8) input select is changed to DVI-PC(Data:9).Therefore,if you send command to select RGB-DTV or DVI-DTV source,you will recieve changed data in the Ack message.

04. Screen Mute (Command2:d)

To select screen mute on/off.

Transmission

[k] [d] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]

Data 0 : Screen Mute Off (Picture On)

1 : Screen Mute On (Picture Off)

Ack

[d] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]

Data 0 : Screen Mute Off (Picture On)

1 : Screen Mute On (Picture Off)

05. Contrast (Command2:g)

To adjust screen contrast.

Transmission

[k] [g] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]

Data Min : 0 ~ Max : 64

* Refer to ‘Real data mapping 1’.

Ack

[g] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]

Data Min : 0 ~ Max : 64

* Real data mapping 1

0 : Step 0

A : Step 10

F : Step 15

10 : Step 16

64 : Step 100

* Real data mapping 2

0 : Step -50

32 : Step 0

64 : Step 50

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06. Brightness (Command2:h)

To adjust screen brightness.

Transmission

[k] [h] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]

Data Min : 0 ~ Max : 64

* Refer to ‘Real data mapping 1’.

Ack

[h] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]

Data Min : 0 ~ Max : 64

07. Color (Command2:i)

To adjust the screen color.

Transmission

[k] [ i ] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]

Data Min : 0 ~ Max : 64

* Refer to ‘Real data mapping 1’.

Ack

[ i ] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]

Data Min : 0 ~ Max : 64

08. Tint (Command2:j)

To adjust the screen tint.

Transmission

[k] [ j ] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]

Data Red : 0 ~ Green : 64

* Refer to ‘Real data mapping2’.

Ack

[ j ] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]

Data Red : 0 ~ Green : 64

09. Sharpness (Command2:k)

To adjust the screen sharpness.

Transmission

[k] [k] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]

Data Min : 0 ~ Max : 64

* Refer to ‘Real data mapping 1’.

Ack

[k] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]

Data Min : 0 ~ Max : 64

RS-232C

10. OSD Select (Command2:l)

To select OSD On/Off.

Transmission

[k] [ l ] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]

Data 0 : OSD Select Mode Off

1 : OSD Select Mode On

Ack

[ l ] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]

Data 0 : OSD Select Mode Off

1 : OSD Select Mode On

11. Remote Control Lock/Key Lock

(Command2:m)

To lock the front panel controls on the projector and remote control.

Transmission

[k] [m] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]

Data 0 : Lock Off

1 : Lock On

Ack

[m] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]

Data 0 : Lock Off

1 : Lock On

* If you're not using the remote control, use this mode.

When main power is On/Off, external control lock is released.

12. Color Temperature (ACC) (Command2:u)

Adjust the color temperature.

Transmission

[k] [u] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]

Data 0 : Normal 1 : Cool 2:Warm

Ack

[u] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]

Data 0 : Normal 1 : Cool 2:Warm

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RS-232C

External control device setup

13. Red ADC gain Adjustment (Color R)

(Command2:w)

Adjust the Red gain of ADC part.(RGB)

Transmission

[ j ] [w] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]

Data Min : 0 ~ Max : 64

* Refer to ‘Real data mapping 1’.

Ack

[w] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]

Data Min : 0 ~ Max : 64

16. Low Power (Command2:q)

To reduce the power consumption of the projector.

Transmission

[ j ] [q] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]

Data 0 : Low Power Off

1 : Low Power On

Ack

[q] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]

Data 0 : Low Power Off

1 : Low Power On

14. Green ADC gain Adjustment (Color G)

(Command2:y)

Adjust the Green gain of ADC part.(RGB)

Transmission

[ j ] [y] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]

Data Min : 0 ~ Max : 64

* Refer to ‘Real data mapping 1’.

Ack

[y] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]

Data Min : 0 ~ Max : 64

15. Blue ADC gain Adjustment (Color B)

(Command2:z)

Adjust the Blue gain of ADC part.(RGB)

Transmission

[ j ] [z] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]

Data Min : 0 ~ Max : 64

* Refer to ‘Real data mapping 1’.

Ack

[z] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]

Data Min : 0 ~ Max : 64

17. Auto Configure (Command2:u)

To adjust picture position and minimize image shaking automatically. It works only in RGB mode.

Transmission

[ j ] [u] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]

Data 1 : To set

Ack

[u] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]

Data 1 : To set

18. Input Select (Command2:b)

To select input source for the Set.

Transmission

[x] [b] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [Data] [Cr]

Data 20 : Video 30 : S-Video 40 : Component

50 : RGB-DTV 60 : RGB-PC 70 : DVI-DTV

80 : DVI-PC

Ack

[b] [ ] [Set ID] [ ] [OK] [Data] [x]

Data 20 : Video 30 : S-Video 40 : Component

60 : RGB-PC 80 : DVI-PC

* The transmission data for RGB-DTV(Data:50) input select is changed to RGB-PC(Data:60) for the identical mode processing.

In like manner, the data of transmission for DVI-DTV(Data:70) input select is changed to DVI-PC(Data:80). Therefore,if you send command to select RGB-DTV or DVI-DTV source, you will recieve changed data in the Ack message.

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Supported Monitor Display

* The following table lists the display formats supported by the projector.

Sources Format

VGAEGA 640X350

640X350

PC98 / VGA text 640X400

640X400

720X400

720X400

VGA

SVGA

640X480

640X480

640X480

640X480

800X600

XGA

800X600

800X600

800X600

800X600

1024X768

1024X768

1024X768

1024X768

SXGA 1152X864

1152X864

1152X864

1280X960

1280X1024

Vertical Freq.(Hz) Horizontal Freq. (kHz)

60.317Hz

72.188Hz

75.00Hz

85.061Hz

60.004Hz

70.069Hz

75.029Hz

84.99Hz

60.053Hz

70.01Hz

75.00Hz

60.00Hz

60.020Hz

70.090Hz

85.080Hz

70.090Hz

85.080Hz

70.082Hz

85.039Hz

59.940Hz

72.800Hz

75.00Hz

85.008Hz

56.250Hz

31.468kHz

37.861kHz

31.468kHz

37.861kHz

31.469kHz

37.927kHz

31.469kHz

37.861kHz

37.500kHz

43.269kHz

35.156kHz

37.879kHz

48.077kHz

46.875kHz

53.674kHz

48.363kHz

56.476kHz

60.023kHz

68.677kHz

54.348kHz

63.995kHz

67.500kHz

60.00kHz

63.981kHz

* If the projector does not support the input signal, “Out of Range” message appears on the screen.

* The projector supports DDC1/2B type as Plug & Play function. (Auto recognition of PC monitor)

* The Synchronization input form for horizontal and vertical frequencies are Separate, Composite and SOG.

* According to PC, the optimum vertical frequency may not be displayed up to the optimum frequency of set in

‘Registration information (Display registration information)’. (ex, The optimum vertical frequency may be displayed up to 75Hz or under in the resolution of 640X480 or 800X600.)

<DVD/DTV Input>

Signal

NTSC(60Hz)

PAL(50Hz)

480i

480p

720p

1080i

576i

576p

1080i

* Cable type

1- RCA to D-Sub Adaptor

2- Computer Cable

Component-*1 RGB(DTV)-*2

O

O

O

O

O

O

O

O

O

X

O

X

O

O

Information

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Information

Maintenance

* The projector needs little maintenance. You should keep the lens clean because any dirt or stains may appear on the screen. If any parts need to be replaced, contact your dealer. When cleaning any part of the projector, always turn the power off and unplug the projector first.

Cleaning the lens

Clean the lens whenever you notice dirt or dust on the surface of it. Wipe the lens surface gently with an air spray or a soft, dry lint-free cloth.

To remove dirt or stains on the lens, moisten a soft cloth with water and a neutral detergent and wipe the lens surface gently.

Cleaning the Projector Case

To clean the projector case, first unplug the power cable. To remove dirt or dust, wipe the casing with a soft, dry, lint-free cloth. To remove stubborn dirt or stains, moisten a soft cloth with water and a neutral detergent and then wipe the casing.

Do not use alcohol, benzene, thinners or other chemical detergents as these can cause the casing to be warped or discolored.

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Memo

Information

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Information

Memo

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Specifications

MODEL resolution horizontal / vertical ratio

DLP panel size screen size remote control distance zoom ratio

Video compatibility

Power height(mm/inches) breadth(mm/inches) length(mm/inches)

Operating Condition temperature

In operation : 32~104°F(0°C~40°C)

In storage and transit : -4~140°F(-20°C~60°C)

humidity

In operation : 0~ 80% relative humidity by dry hygrometer

Not in operation : 0 ~ 90% relative humidity by dry hygrometer

BX220-JD

1024(Horizontal) x 768(Vertical)pixel

4:3(horizontal:vertical)

0.55 inches

1.01~5.08m(40~200 inches)

12m

1:1.2

NTSC/PAL/SECAM/NTSC4.43/PAL-M/PAL-N

AC 100 - 240V~50/60Hz, 3A-1A, 260W

100.7/3.9

330/12.9

220.1/8.7

Projector Lamp lamp model

AJ-LT91

lamp power consumption

200W

LAMP Replacement

WARNING :

Lamp is no user replaceable part.

Do not touch and open the lamp replace cover of bottom enclosure. It could cause injury and electric shock due to high temperature and voltage.

Only service personnel can replace lamp after minimum 3 min. from disconnect mains plug to avoid injury cause by high temperature of lamp.

* Applicable Lamp: Manufactured by USHIO Inc., type NSH200LG

Information

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Please read this manual carefully before operating your set.

Retain it for future reference.

Record model number and serial number of the set.

See the label attached on the bottom of the set and quote this information to your dealer when you require service.

Model number :

Serial number :

BX220-JD

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