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ASK Proxima C431W Projector User Guide | Manualzz

P/N: 4100669500

Model: C400 Series

LCD Multi-Media Projector

Statement

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ASK Proxima, Inc. reserves the right to modify the manual. Please consult the company or the dealer for any unclear part.

ASK PROXIMA, INC.

 Note:

- The screen menu and pictures in the manual may slightly differ from the real product.

- The manual is subject to change without prior notice.

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Statement 2

Contents 3

Safety Instructions

Safety Guide

Air circuitlation

Moving the projector

Installing the projector properly

Part names and functions

Front 7

Back 7

6

7

6

6

4

5

Bottom 7

Terminals 8

Control Panel and Indicators

Remote control

Install remote control batteries

Operating range

Screen size and throw distance

Projection distance

13

13

Installation 13

Projection distance formulas

9

10

12

12

Adjustable foot

Connecting to computer

Connecting to video equipment

Connecting the AC power cord

Basic operation

Turn on the projector

Turn off the projector

How to operate the screen menu

Menu bar

Adjust zoom and focus

Auto setup function

Keystone 23

21

22

23

23

18

19

19

20

15

15

16

17

Sound 24

Remote control operation

Input select

Auto PC adj.

Fine sync

25

27

Display 28

H Position

V Position

H.Size 28

Aspect 29

28

28

28

28

Project Way

Menu Position

29

29

Background Display 30

System 30

Color adjust

Image Mode

32

32

Contrast 33

Brightness 33

Color temp. 33

Color* 33

Tint* 33

Red(White balance) 33

Contents

Green(White balance)

Blue(White balance)

33

33

Sharpness 33

Setting 34

On start

Standby mode

High land

Lamp control

Cooling fast

Closed Caption

35

36

Key lock 36

Iris 37

34

34

35

35

Terminal* 37

Sound 37

HDMI setup 38

Expand 39

Language 39

Auto setup 39

Keystone 40

Logo 42

Security 43

Power management

Filter counter

44

44

Test Pattern 45

Network* 45

Factory default

Image viewer

Set slide

Set transition effect

Sort order 47

Rotate 48

Best fit 48

Repeat 48

46

47

47

47

Apply 48

Infomation 49

Useful functions

Memory View function

50

50

52

54

USB Display function

Maintenance and cleaning

ON(G)/STANDBY(R) indicator

Cleaning the filter

Filter counter reset

Clean the project lens

Clean the cabinet

Replace the lamp

54

55

55

56

56

57

Troubleshooting 59

Appendix 59

Indicator and projector state

Compatible computer specifications

61

62

Configurations of terminals 64

Content of hazardous substances and elements 65

PIN code memorandum 65

Dimensions 66

RS232 Control Method 67

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Safety Instructions

Please read this manual completely before installing and operating the projector.

The projector provides many convenient features and functions. Proper operation may enable you to fully utilize the features and keep it in good condition.

Otherwise, it will not only shorten the service life of the unit, but also may cause malfunction, a fire, or other accidents.

If your projector cannot work properly, please read this manual again, check the operating methods and cable connection, and try the solutions in the part of

Troubleshooting. If the problem still exists, contact the dealer or the service center.

The lamp of the projector is a wearing part. The luminance may decrease after a period of operation and be weaker than that of a new lamp. This is normal. Please strictly follow the steps in Turning on the unit and Turning off the unit to turn on/off the projector, and the requirements in Maintaining and cleaning the projector to service and clean the projector regularly. Or the high temperature residual heat may not radiate, greatly shortening the service life of the projector and lamp, or even damaging them within a short period.

Caution

Safety precautions

Caution: • The projector must be grounded.

• Do not expose the projector to

raindrops or high humidity to avoid

a fire or electric shock.

- This projector produces intense light from the

projection lens. Avoid staring directly into the

lens, otherwise eye damage could be caused.

Be especially careful that children do not stare

directly into the beam.

- Place the projector in a proper position.

Otherwise it may result in fire hazard.

- Leave an appropriate space from the top,

sides, and back of the shell in order to

ventilate and cool down the projector. The

figures below indicate the minimum distance

to be left. It must be satisfied if the projector is

placed in sealed environment like a cabinet.

SIDE and TOP REAR

0.7’(20cm)

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CAUTION:

TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,

DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK) NO

USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE EXCEPT

LAMP REPLACEMENT. REFER SERVICING TO

QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.

T H I S S Y M B O L I N D I C A T E S

T H A T D A N G E R O U S V O L T A G E

CONSTITUTING A RISK OF ELECTRIC

SHOCK IS PRESENT WITHIN THIS

UNIT.

THIS SYMBOL INDICATES THAT THERE

ARE IMPORTANT OPERATING AND

MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS IN THE

USER’S MANUAL WITH THIS UNIT.

Disposal of old Electrical & Electronic Equipment (Applicable throughout the European Union and other European countries with separate collection programs)

This symbol found on your product or on its packaging, indicates that this product should not be treated as household waste when you wish to dispose of it. Instead, it should be handed over to an applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment.

By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences to the environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate disposal of this product. The recycling of materials will help to conserve natural resources.

This symbol is only valid in the European Union.

If you wish to discard this product, please contact your local authorities or dealer and ask for the correct method of disposal.

1.5’(50cm) 3’(1m) 3’(1m)

- Do not cover the vent of the projector. Poor

radiation may shorten the service life or even

cause dangers.

- Remove the AC power plug if the projector

is not to be used for a long time.

- Do not project the same image for a long time;

otherwise, a residual image may appear on

the LCD panel due to its characteristic.

Caution

Do not set the projector in greasy, wet, or smoky conditions such as in a kitchen, to prevent a malfunction or accident. If the projector comes in contact with oil or chemicals, it may become deteriorated.

Read and keep this manual for future reference.

The mains plug/appliance coupler is used as disconnect device, the disconnect device shall remain readily operable.

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Environment-friendly use conditions: The environmentfriendly life time of the projector and remote control is 10 years, the lamp (consumable) 5 years, and the provided batteries (consumable) 5 years.

The use conditions of the environment-friendly use period are the same with that of the product. Properly operate and effectively maintain the projector according to the requirements in this manual.

All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the product is operated.

Read all of the instructions given here and retain them for later use. Unplug this projector from AC power supply before cleaning. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners.

Use a damp cloth for cleaning.

Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the projector.

For added protection to the projector during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet.

This will prevent damage due to lightning and power line surges.

Do not expose this unit to rain or use near water... for example, in a wet basement, near a swimming pool, etc...

Do not use attachments not recommended by the manufacturer as they may cause hazards.

Do not place this projector on an unstable cart, stand, or table. The projector may fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious damage to the projector.

Use only with a cart or stand recommended by the manufacturer, or sold with the projector. Wall or shelf mounting should follow the manufacturer’s instructions, and should use a mounting kit approved by the manufacturers.

An appliance and cart combination should be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause the appliance and cart combination to overturn.

Slots and openings in the back and bottom of the cabinet are provided for ventilation, to ensure reliable operation of the equipment and to protect it from overheating.

The openings should never be covered with cloth or other materials, and the bottom opening should not be blocked by placing the projector on a bed, sofa, rug, or other similar surface. This projector should never be placed near or over a radiator or heat register.

This projector should not be placed in a built- in installation such as a book case unless proper ventilation is provided.

Safety Guide

Never push objects of any kind into this projector through cabinet slots 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 projector.

Do not install the projector near the ventilation duct of air-conditioning equipment.

This projector should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power supplied, consult your authorized dealer or local power company.

Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can result in fire or electric shock. Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not locate this projector where the cord may be damaged by persons walking on it.

Do not attempt to service this projector yourself as opening or removing Covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.

Unplug this projector from wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions: a. When the power cord or plug is damaged or

frayed.

b. If liquid has been spilled into the projector.

c. If the projector has been exposed to rain or water.

d. If the projector does not operate normally by

following the operating instructions. Adjust only

those controls that are covered by the operating

instructions as improper adjustment of other

controls may result in damage and will often

require extensive work by a qualified technician to

restore the projector to normal operation.

e. If the projector has been dropped or the cabinet

has been damaged.

f. When the projector exhibits a distinct change in

performance-this indicates a need for service.

When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified by the manufacturer that have the same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock, or injury to persons.

Upon completion of any service or repairs to this projector, ask the service technician to perform routine safety checks to determine that the projector is in safe operating condition.

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Safety Guide

Air circuitlation

Vents in the cabinet are provided for ventilation.

To ensure reliable operation of the product and to protect it from overheating, these openings must not be blocked or covered.

Caution

Hot air is exhausted from the exhaust vent.

When using or installing the projector, the following precautions should be taken.

- Do not put any flammable objects, or spray

can near the projector. Hot air is exhausted

from the air vents.

- Keep the exhaust vent at least 1m away from

any objects.

- Do not touch a peripheral part of the exhaust

vent, especially screws and metallic part. This

area will become hot while the projector is

being used.

- Do not put anything on the projector. Objects

put on the cabinet will not only get damaged

but also may cause fire hazard by heat.

Cooling fans are provided to cool down the

projector.

- The fan’s running speed is changed according

to the temperature inside the projector.

Installing the projector properly

Be sure to install the projector properly.

Improper installation may reduce the lamp lifetime and even cause a fire hazard.

Do not roll the projector over 20 degrees from side to side.

(

Do not pitch the projector more than 20 degrees backward and forward.

Do not point the projector up to project an image.

Do not point the projector down to project an image.

Do not put the projector on either side to project an image.

Caution in ceiling installation the projector

- Only qualified personal is authorized for ceiling

installation.

- We are not responsible for the hurt and damage

caused by ceiling brakect that purchased from

unauthorized dealer even in warranty period.

- Remove the ceiling bracket immediately while

not use.

- While installing, torque screwdriver is suggested,

don't use electric or impact-type screwdriver.

Exhaust Vent

M4x10

10mm

Torque:1.40N.m

Air Intake Vent

Moving the projector

When moving the projector, cover the lens cap and retract the adjustable feet to prevent damage to the lens and cabinet. Put it into a pouch (provided) with the lens facing upwards if the projector is not in use for a long period.

Caution in moving or transporting the projector

– Do not drop or bump the projector, otherwise

damages or malfunctions may result.

– When carrying the projector, use a suitable

carrying case.

– Do not transport the projector by courier or

any other transport service in an unsuitable

transport case. This may cause damage

to the projector. For information about

transporting the projector by courier or any

other transport service, consult your dealer.

– Do not put the projector in a case before it is

cooled enough.

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Front

① ②

Part names and functions

① Top control and Indicators

② Lamp cover

③ Air Intake Vent/ Filter

④ Remote control receiver

⑤ Projector lens

③ ④ ⑤

Back

⑥ ⑦

⑥ Focus ring(front)

⑦ Zoom ring(back)

⑧ AC cord terminal

⑨ Security slot

⑩ Rear terminals

⑪ Security Chain Hook

⑫ Speaker

⑧ ⑨ ⑩ ⑪ ⑫

Bottom

⑬ Exhaust vent

⑭ Adjustable foot

Caution

Hot air is exhausted from the exhaust vent. Do not put heat-sensitive objects near this side.

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Part names and functions

Terminals

② ③

④ ⑤ ⑥ ⑦ ⑧

⑩ ⑪

① VARIABLE AUDIO OUT

This is the terminal to output the input audio

signal to the projector.

② VIDEO IN

This is the terminal to input video signals.

③ COMPUTER 1 IN

This is the terminal to input RGB, YP

YC

B

C

R

or S-video signals.

B

P

R

/

④ COMPUTER 2 IN/1 OUT

This is the terminal to input RGB signals or

output the RGB signals to external monitor.

⑤ HDMI

This is the terminal to input HDMI signals.

⑥ LAN *

This is the terminal to connect to the network.

⑦ USB B(DISPLAY) *

This terminal is used to connect the

projector to the computer with a USB cable

when you want to project the computer

screen.

⑧ USB A(VIEWER) *

When usding the Memory Viewer function,

insert the USB memory directly to this

terminal.

⑨ AUDIO IN 1

This is the terminal to input computer audio

signals.

In addition, if you have set Sound to

Computer in HDMI setup menu, it outputs

the analog audio of the input signal which is

input to AUDIO IN 1 terminal when the

HDMI input source is selected.

⑩ AUDIO IN 2(L/R)

This is the terminal to input Video, S-video

and YP

B

P

R

/ YC

B

C

R audio signals.

⑪ SERIAL IN

This is the RS-232C compatible terminal to

externally control the projector by connecting

a computer.

*: Some model has no this terminal.

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Control Panel and Indicators

Part names and functions

① ON(G)/STANDBY(R) indicator

Displays the status of the power.

② WARNING indicator

Indicates the abnormal conditions of the

projector.

③ Power button

Turns the projector on/off.

④ KEYSTONE button

Used to correct the keystone.

⑤ ▲▼◄► button

Used to select the menu items in the menu

operation.

⑥ MENU/◄ button

Displays the menu screen.

⑦ INPUT/ENTER / ►button

- Displays the input source menu.

- Used to execute ENTER button when the

menu screen appears.

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Part names and functions

Remote control

③ ② ①

INPUT

HDMI COMPUTER 1 COMPUTER 2

POWER

VIDEO S-VIDEO

MEMORY VIEWER

/USB DISPLAY

OK

MENU BACK LAMP

KEYSTONE SCREEN AUTOSET

VOLUMED.ZOOMBLANK

VOLUME+ D.ZOOM+ MUTE

TIMER

INFO.

FREEZE

IMAGE

① POWER button

Turn on or turn off the projector.

② COMPUTER 1 button

Switch Computer 1 or Component as input

source.

③ INPUT button

Enter input source menu to select input

source directly.

④ HDMI button

Select HDMI as input source.

⑤ COMPUTER 2 button

Select Computer 2 as input source.

⑥ VIDEO button

Select Video as input source.

⑦ MEMORY VIEWER/USB DISPLAY button

Switch Memory Viewer or USB Display

signal.

⑧ S-VIDEO button

Select S-video as input source.

⑨ OK button

Enter screen menu or execute selected

items.

⑩  button

- Select items or adjust the data in screen

menu.

- Select the image display area in digital

zoom mode.

⑪ LAMP button

Select lamp mode.

⑫ BLANK button

Temporarily close the image on the screen.

⑬ TIMER button

Enable the timer function.

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Part names and functions

③ ②

INPUT

HDMI COMPUTER 1 COMPUTER 2

POWER

VIDEO S-VIDEO

OK

MEMORY VIEWER

/USB DISPLAY

MENU BACK LAMP

KEYSTONE SCREEN AUTOSET

VOLUMED.ZOOMBLANK

VOLUME+ D.ZOOM+ MUTE

TIMER

INFO.

FREEZE

IMAGE

⑭ MENU button

Open or close the screen menu.

⑮ AUTOSET button

Enter auto setup mode.

⑯ SCREEN button

Select the screen size.

⑰ INFO. button

Display the projector information.

⑱ KEYSTONE button

Enter Keystone menu to execute keystone

correction.

⑲ BACK button

Return to main menu.

⑳ DZOOM- button

Select the digital zoom - mode.

㉑ FREEZE button

Freeze the projected image.

㉒ VOUME - button

Decrease the volume level.

㉓ MUTE button

Mute the sound.

㉔ DZOOM+ button

Select the digital zoom + mode.

㉕ IMAGE button

Select the image mode.

㉖ VOUME + button

Increase the volume level.

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Part names and functions

Install remote control batteries

① Open the battery

compartment lid.

② Install new batteries into the compartment.

Two AAA batteries

For correct polarity

(+ and –), be sure battery terminals are in contact with pins in the compartment.

To ensure safe operation, please observe the following precautions:

③ Replace the

compartment lid.

● Use two (2) AAA or LR03 type alkaline batteries.

● Always replace batteries in sets.

● Do not use a new battery with a used battery.

● Avoid contact with water or liquid matter.

● Do not expose the remote control to moisture or heat.

● Do not drop the remote control.

● If the battery has leaked on the remote control, carefully wipe the case clean and

install new batteries.

● Risk of explosion if a battery is replaced by an incorrect type.

● Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions on the battery or local

regulations or guides.

Operating range

Point the remote control toward the projector remote receiver when pressing any button.

The maximum operating range for the remote control is about 5 meters and 60 degrees.

5m

30°

30°

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Installation

Screen size and throw distance

Refer to the screen size and projection distances to install the projector. Image size and image position can be adjusted in accordance with the screen size and screen position.

Projected image

SD Screen

L (LW/LT)

SW

Screen

L (LW/LT)

L (LW/LT) *1 Projection distance (m)

SH

SW

H

SD

Image height (m)

Image width (m)

Distance from the center of lens to the image lower end (m)

Projected image size (m)

*1 LW : Minimum distance

LT : Maximum distance

Projection distance

Note: All measurements below are approximate and may differ slightly from the actual

measurements. (Unit: m)

0.76(30")

1.02(40")

1.27(50")

1.52(60")

1.78(70")

2.03(80")

2.29(90")

2.54(100")

3.05(120")

3.81(150")

5.08(200")

6.35(250")

7.62(300")

For C411/C421:

Projection size

Screen diagonal (SD)

Minimum distance

(LW)

0.887

1.190

1.493

1.797

2.100

2.404

2.707

3.010

3.615

4.527

6.044

7.559

9.077

4:3 aspect ratio

Maximum distance

(LT)

1.069

1.433

1.797

2.161

2.525

2.889

3.253

3.617

4.345

5.438

7.258

9.078

10.899

Height position

(H)

0.065

0.087

0.109

0.131

0.152

0.174

0.196

0.218

0.261

0.327

0.435

0.544

0.653

Minimum distance

(LW)

0.967

1.298

1.628

1.959

2.290

2.620

2.951

3.281

3.940

4.933

6.586

8.238

9.891

16:9 aspect ratio

Maximum distance

(LT)

1.166

1.562

1.959

2.356

2.752

3.149

3.546

3.943

4.736

5.926

7.909

9.892

11.876

Height position

(H)

0.009

0.012

0.015

0.018

0.021

0.024

0.027

0.030

0.036

0.044

0.059

0.074

0.089

Minimum distance

(LW)

0.941

1.263

16:10 aspect ratio

Maximum distance

(LT)

1.134

1.520

1.584

1.906

2.228

2.549

2.871

3.192

3.833

4.800

6.408

8.016

9.623

1.906

2.292

2.678

3.064

3.450

3.836

4.608

5.766

7.695

9.625

11.555

Height position

(H)

0.029

0.038

0.048

0.058

0.067

0.077

0.087

0.096

0.115

0.144

0.192

0.240

0.288

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0.76(30")

1.02(40")

1.27(50")

1.52(60")

1.78(70")

2.03(80")

2.29(90")

2.54(100")

3.05(120")

3.81(150")

5.08(200")

6.35(250")

7.62(300")

Installation

For C431:

Projection size

Screen diagonal (SD)

Minimum distance

(LW)

0.888

1.192

1.496

1.8

2.104

2.408

2.713

3.017

3.625

4.537

6.058

7.579

9.099

4:3 aspect ratio

Maximum distance

(LT)

1.071

1.436

1.802

2.167

2.532

2.898

3.263

3.629

4.359

5.456

7.283

9.11

10.937

Height position

(H)

0.065

0.087

0.109

0.131

0.152

0.174

0.196

0.218

0.261

0.327

0.435

0.544

0.653

Minimum distance

(LW)

0.969

1.300

1.632

1.963

2.294

2.626

2.957

3.288

3.951

4.945

6.602

8.259

9.915

16:9 aspect ratio

Maximum distance

(LT)

1.169

1.567

1.965

2.364

2.762

3.160

3.558

3.956

4.752

5.946

7.937

9.927

11.918

Height position

(H)

0.009

0.012

0.015

0.018

0.021

0.024

0.027

0.030

0.036

0.044

0.059

0.074

0.089

Minimum distance

(LW)

16:10 aspect ratio

Maximum distance

(LT)

0.942

1.265

1.587

1.137

1.524

1.911

1.910

2.232

2.554

2.877

3.199

3.844

4.811

6.423

8.035

9.647

2.299

2.686

3.073

3.461

3.848

4.623

5.785

7.721

9.658

11.595

Height position

(H)

0.029

0.038

0.048

0.058

0.067

0.077

0.087

0.096

0.115

0.144

0.192

0.240

0.288

0.76(30")

1.02(40")

1.27(50")

1.52(60")

1.78(70")

2.03(80")

2.29(90")

2.54(100")

3.05(120")

3.81(150")

5.08(200")

6.35(250")

7.62(300")

For C431W:

Projection size

Screen diagonal (SD)

Minimum distance

(LW)

1.070

1.435

1.800

2.165

2.530

2.895

3.260

3.625

4.355

5.449

7.274

9.099

10.924

4:3 aspect ratio

Maximum distance

(LT)

1.290

1.729

2.167

2.606

3.044

3.483

3.921

4.360

5.237

6.552

8.745

10.937

13.130

Height position

(H)

0.065

0.087

0.109

0.131

0.152

0.174

0.196

0.218

0.261

0.327

0.435

0.544

0.653

Minimum distance

(LW)

0.969

1.300

1.632

1.963

2.294

2.626

2.957

3.288

3.951

4.945

6.602

8.259

9.915

16:9 aspect ratio

Maximum distance

(LT)

1.169

1.567

1.965

2.364

2.762

3.160

3.558

3.956

4.752

5.946

7.937

9.927

11.918

Height position

(H)

0.009

0.012

0.015

0.018

0.021

0.024

0.027

0.030

0.036

0.044

0.059

0.074

0.089

Minimum distance

(LW)

0.942

1.265

16:10 aspect ratio

Maximum distance

(LT)

1.137

1.524

1.587

1.910

2.232

2.554

1.911

2.299

2.686

3.073

2.877

3.199

3.844

4.811

6.423

8.035

9.647

3.461

3.848

4.623

5.785

7.721

9.658

11.595

Height position

(H)

0.029

0.038

0.048

0.058

0.067

0.077

0.087

0.096

0.115

0.144

0.192

0.240

0.288

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Installation

Projection distance formulas

To use a screen size not listed in this manual, check the screen size SD (m) and use the respective formula to calculate projection distance.

The unit of all the formulae is m. (Values obtained by the following calculation formulae contain a slight error.)

If you want to calculate the projection distance with projected image size SD (unit: inch) by substituting, please assign 0.0254 times to the SD value.

For C411/C421:

Screen height (SH)

Screen width (SW)

4:3 aspect ratio

=SD(m)×0.6

=SD(m)×0.8

16:9 aspect ratio

=SD(m)×0.490

=SD(m)×0.872

16:10 aspect ratio

=SD(m)×0.530

=SD(m)×0.848

Minimum distance (LW) =1.1942994×SD(m)-0.02327 =1.300795×SD(m)-0.02327 =1.26596×SD(m)-0.02327

Maximum distance (LT) =1.4334636×SD(m)-0.02367 =1.561545×SD(m)-0.02367 =1.519494×SD(m)-0.02367

For C431:

Screen height (SH)

Screen width (SW)

4:3 aspect ratio

=SD×0.6

=SD×0.8

16:9 aspect ratio

=SD×0.490

=SD×0.872

16:10 aspect ratio

=SD×0.530

=SD×0.848

Minimum distance (LW) =1.197386823×SD(m)-0.025 =1.30451338×SD(m)-0.025 =1.269224628×SD(m)-0.025

Maximum distance (LT) =1.438596804×SD(m)-0.025 =1.56730578×SD(m)-0.025 =1.524908155×SD(m)-0.025

For C431W:

Screen height (SH)

Screen width (SW)

4:3 aspect ratio

=SD(m)×0.6

=SD(m)×0.8

Minimum distance (LW) =1.4368609×SD(m)-0.025

Maximum distance (LT) =1.7263145×SD(m)-0.025

16:9 aspect ratio

=SD(m)×0.490

16:10 aspect ratio

=SD(m)×0.530

=SD(m)×0.872

=SD(m)×0.848

=1.30451338×SD(m)-0.025 =1.269224628×SD(m)-0.025

=1.56730578×SD(m)-0.025 =1.524908155×SD(m)-0.025

Adjustable foot

The projection angle can be adjusted up to 10 degrees with the adjustable foot.

Lift the front of the projector up and press the lock on the adjustable foot to release it.

Release the lock,the foot is then locked. Rotate the foot to adjust the height and tilt angle.

Keystone distortion of projected images can be corrected by remote control or menu operation.

Adjustable foot

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Installation

Connecting to computer

Cables used for connection:

● VGA cable ● Serial control cable*

● HDMI cable* ● Auido cable*

● USB B cable* ● LAN cable*

(*=Cables are not supplied with the projector)

Computer Computer

VGA cable

HDMI cable

Computer

VGA cable

USB B cable

Computer

Audio cable

Control computer

USB memory

Control computer

Audio equipment

Audio cable

When the VARIABLE AUDIO OUT terminal is connected with cable, the sound will not be output from the built-in speaker.

Serial control cable

LAN cable

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Unplug the power cords of both the projector and external equipment from the AC outlet before connecting the cables.

Installation

Connecting to video equipment

Cables used for connection:

● Video cable* ● S-Video cable*

● HDMI cable* ● Auido cable*

● D-SUB - S Video conversion cable *

● D-SUB - S Video conversion cable (ET-ADSV)*

(*=Cables are not supplied with the projector)

When the VARIABLE AUDIO OUT terminal is connected with cable, the sound will not be output from the built-in speaker.

Audio equipment

HDMI cable

Blu-ray disc player with

HDMI terminal

Audio cable

Video cable

Audio cable

Audio cable

D-SUB - S Video conversion cable

Audio cable

D-SUB - S Video conversion cable

(ET-ADSV)

S-Video cable

Video player DVD player DVD player

Unplug the power cords of both the projector and external equipment from the AC outlet before connecting the cables.

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Installation

Connecting the AC power cord

This projector uses nominal input voltages of

100–240V AC and it automatically applies to different input voltages. It is designed to work with a single-phase power system having a grounded neutral conductor. To reduce the risk of electrical shock, do not plug into any other type of power system. If you are not sure of the type of power being supplied, consult your authorized dealer or service station. Connect the projector with all peripheral equipment before turning it on.

Connect the AC power cord

(supplied) to the projector.

Note:

The AC outlet should be near this equipment and must be easily accessible.

 Note:

For safety, unplug the AC power cord when the projector is not in use. When the projector is

connected to an outlet with AC power cord, it is in stand-by mode and consumes a little electric

power.

Note on the power cord

AC power cord must meet the requirements of the country where you use the projector. Confirm the AC plug type with the chart below and proper AC power cord must be used. If the supplied AC power cord does not match.

Projector side

For the U.S.A. and

Canada

Ground

AC outlet side

For Continental

Europe

For the U.K.

Ground

To power cord connector on your projector.

To the AC outlet.

To the AC outlet.

To the AC outlet.

√ Note:

● Using incorrect power cord may influence the product performance, or even cause hazards like an

electric shock or fire. To ensure the product performance and security, please apply the cable of the

same model with the original one.

● Common connecting cables include the AC power cord, various VGA cables, video cable,and serial

control cable.

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Basic operation

Turn on the projector

1.Complete peripheral connections (with a

computer, VCR, etc.) before turning on the

projector.

2. Connect the projector’s AC power cord into

AC outlet. The ON(G)/STANDBY(R) indicator

turns red.

3. Press the Power button on top control or

on the remote control. The ON(G)/

STANDBY(R) indicator

becomes green and the cooling fans start to

work. The preparation display appears on

the screen.

4. If the projector is locked with a PIN code, a

PIN code input dialog box appears. Enter

the PIN code as instructed below.

 Note:

● When the logo select is set to be "Off", the

logo will not be displayed on the screen.

Enter a PIN code

Press OK button, press  button to select a number, then press OK button. select a number and enter it to the PIN code box, then number changes to "*", automatically move the cursor to next box.If you fixed an incorrect number, press MENU button to reset it again.

Repeat this step to complete entering a threedigit number.

After entering the three-digit number, move the cursor to “OK”, then you can start to operate the projector.

If you entered an incorrect PIN code, the “PIN code” and the number (***) turn red.PIN dode will be reset within one second automatically,

Enter the correct PIN code all over again.

What is PIN code?

PIN (Personal Identification Number) code is a security code that allows the person who knows it to operate the projector. Setting the PIN code can prevent unauthorized use of the projector.

A PIN code consists of a three-digit number.

Refer to the PIN code lock function in the

"Expand" "Security" menu on pages 42 for PIN code lock operation of the projector.

Start display

PIN Code

OK Cancel

----- Input PIN code Exit

PIN Code

*

OK Cancel

Move Select Reset

Move the cursor to OK, and press OK.

Caution on handling the PIN code

If you forget your PIN code, the projector can not longer be started.

Take a special care in setting a newPIN code. Write down the number in a column on page 65 of this manualand keep it properly.

Should the PIN code be missing or forgotten, consult your dealer or service center.

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Basic operation

Turn off the projector

1. Press the Power button on top control

or on the remote control, and “Power off?”

appears on the screen.

2. Then, press the Power button again in 4

seconds. The ON(G)/STANDBY(R) indicator

starts to flash red, and the cooling fans

keep running (You can select the level of

fans’ quietness and running speed.). Now

you can unplug the AC power cord after the

fans stop running.

3. When the projector has cooled down enough

to be turned on again, the ON(G)/

STANDBY(R) indicator stops flashing.

To maintain the lamp life, once you turn the projector on, wait at least 5 minutes before turning it off.

Do not operate the projector continuously without reset.

Continuous use may result in shortening the lamp life.Turn off the projector and let it stand for about an hour in every 24 hours.

 Note:

● When the On start function is “On” , this

projector is turned on automatically by

connecting the AC power cord to an AC outlet .

● The running speed of cooling fans is changed

according to the temperature inside the

projector.

● Do not put the projector in a case before it is

cooled enough.

● If the ON(G)/STANDBY(R) indicator flashes or

emits a red light, see “ON(G)/STANDBY(R)

indicator”.

● While the ON(G)/STANDBY(R) indicator is

flashing, the lamp is being cooled down and

the projector cannot be turned on. Wait until

the ON(G)/STANDBY(R) indicator turns red to

turn on the projector again.

● The fan rotation will terminate directly if the

AC power cord is unplugged immediately after

the projector is turned off.

● The projector can be turned on after the

ON(G)/STANDBY(R) indicator turns red. The

waiting time to restart will be shortened when

the normal power-off processing for fan

cooling is completed, comparing with the time

the AC power cord is immediately unplugged

after the power-off.

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Power off ?

“Power off ? ” disappears after 4 seconds.

Basic operation

How to operate the screen menu

The projector can be adjusted or set via the onscreen menu, each main menu can be divided into several levels of submenus, and subme nus are also divided into several levels of subsubmenus.

For each adjustment and setting procedure, refer to the respective sections in this manual.

Top control

MENU button

 button

Remote control

OK button

INPUT/ENTER button

 button

MENU button

1 Press the MENU button on the top control or

the remote control to display the screen menu.

2 Press 

submenu.

buttons to select an entry in the main

menu and then press OK button to enter the

3 Press  buttons to select your required item,

and then press OK button to set or enter

required item.

4 Press  buttons to adjust settings or switch

among the items. Press the OK button for

corresponding operation and then press MENU

button return to the submenu.

5 Press MENU button to return to the previous

menu. Press MENU button again to exit the

screen menu.

Screen menu

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Expand

Memory

Viewer

Info.

Auto PC adj.

Fine sync 14

H Position 0

V Position 0

H. Size 0

Aspect Normal

Project Way Front

Menu position Upper left

Background Display Blue

System 1024 x 768, 60Hz

Move Next Exit

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Basic operation

Menu bar

Main menu

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Expand

Memory

Viewer

Info.

Sub-menu

Auto PC adj.

Fine sync 14

H Position 0

V Position 0

H. Size 0

Aspect Normal

Project Way Front

Menu position Upper left

Background Display Blue

System 1024 x 768, 60Hz

Move Next Exit

① Display

Adjust the parameters to below: Auto PC adj*, Fine sync*, H Position*, V Position*, H. Size*

Aspect, Project Way, Menu Position, Background Display and System.

*: These items are only for Computer signal.

② Color adjust

- Image mode:the available image modes is Standard, Dynamic, Cinema, Blackboard (green),

Colorboard or User Image.

- Image color adjust:

the following image adjusting options are available: Contrast, Brightness,Color*, Tint*,

Color temp., White balance (R/G/B) and Sharpness .

*: These items are only for video signals.

③ Setting

Configure basic operation settings of the projector: On start, Standby mode, High land,

Lamp control, Cooling fast, Closed caption, Key lock, Iris*, Terminal*, Sound and HDMI

Setup.

*: Some models have no this item.

④ Expand

Configure expand operation settings of the projector: Language, Auto setup, Keystone,

Logo, Security, Power management, Filter counter, Test pattern, Network and Factory

default.

⑤ Memory Viewer*

Configure operation settings for Memory Viewer funtion: Set Slide, Slide Transition Effect,

Sort Order, Rotate, Best Fit, Repeat and Apply.

*: Some models have no this function.

⑥ Info.

Display the system information of the projector.

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Adjust zoom and focus

Rotate the zoom ring to zoom in or zoom out the image.

Rotate the focus ring to adjust the focus of the image.

Focus ring

(front)

Basic operation

Zoom ring

(back)

Auto setup function

This function is available just by pressing the

AUTOSET button on the remote control. The system then automatically performs various settings in the setup menu, including input source search and auto pc adjust.

INPUT

HDMI COMPUTER 1 COMPUTER 2

POWER

Remote control

VIDEO S-VIDEO

MEMORY VIEWER

/USB DISPLAY

OK  button

KEYSTONE

MENU BACK LAMP

KEYSTONE SCREEN AUTOSET

VOLUMED.ZOOMBLANK

VOLUME+ D.ZOOM+ MUTE

TIMER

INFO.

FREEZE

IMAGE

AUTOSET button

Keystone

If a projected picture has keystone or curved distortion, follow the steps below to manually correct the image.

H/V Keystone

1. Press the KEYSTONE button on the remote

control. The keystone dialog box appears.

2. Press  button to select the item and

press OK button.

3. Press  buttom to adjust.

Corner correction

Curved correction

Reset value

H/V Keystone.........Adjust when the keystone of the projected image is distorted.

Corner Correction...Adjust when the four corners of the projected image is distorted.

Curved correction...Adjust when the linearity is not uniform or the projected image is curved

distortion.

Reset value............Return the corrected values to the factory default values.

Some models can only correct the keystone distortion.

1. Press KEYSTONE button on the remote

control, the V keystone screen appears.

2. Press  button to correct the keystone

distortion.

V Keystone

● The arrows are white when there is no

correction.

● The arrows that are used for correction turns

red.

● The arrows disappear at the maximum

correction.

● If you press the KEYSTONE button on the

remote control once more while the keystone

dialog box is being displayed, the keystone

adjustment is canceled.

● The adjustable range can be limited

depending on the input signal.

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Basic operation

Sound

Direct operation

Volume

Press the VOLUME +/- button on the on the remote control to adjust the volume.

Mute

Press the MUTE button on the remote control and select On to turn off the audio temporarily. To restore the audio to its previous level, press the

MUTE button again and select Off or press the

VOLUME+/– buttons.

Mute function is also effective for AUDIO OUT jack.

INPUT

HDMI COMPUTER 1 COMPUTER 2

POWER

VIDEO S-VIDEO

MEMORY VIEWER

/USB DISPLAY

OK

Remote control

VOLUME +/- button

MENU BACK LAMP

KEYSTONE SCREEN AUTOSET

VOLUMED.ZOOMBLANK

VOLUME+ D.ZOOM+ MUTE

TIMER

INFO.

FREEZE

IMAGE

MUTE button

Menu operation

1 Press the MENU button to display the screen

menu. Press  button to select the Setting

menu icon. Press OK to enter the submenu

entry.

2 Press  button to select Sound and then

press OK button.

3 Press

adjust.

 button to select Volume or Mute to

Volume

Press  to increase the volume and decrease the volume.

 to

Mute

Press

Off.

 button to switch the mute function On/

Sound menu

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Expand

Memory

Viewer

Info.

Sound

Volume 12

Mute Off

Move Next Back

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Basic operation

Remote control operation

Using the remote control for some frequently used operations is advisable. Just pressing one of the buttons enables you to make the desired operation quickly without calling up the screen menu.

INPUT button Remote control

Press INPUT button on the remote control to select the input source.

FREEZE button

Press FREEZE button to freeze the picture on the screen. To cancel the freeze function, press the

FREEZE button again or press any other button.

MUTE button

Press MUTE button on the remote control to turn off the volume. Press MUTE button again or any other buttons to cancel mute function.

INPUT button

VOLUME +/- button

INPUT

HDMI COMPUTER 1 COMPUTER 2

POWER

VIDEO S-VIDEO

OK

MEMORY VIEWER

/USB DISPLAY

MENU BACK LAMP

KEYSTONE SCREEN AUTOSET

VOLUMED.ZOOMBLANK

TIMER

INFO.

FREEZE

VOLUME+ D.ZOOM+ MUTE IMAGE

LAMP button

INFO. button

FREEZE button

IMAGE button

MUTE button

LAMP button

Press LAMP button to select a lamp mode to change the brightness of the screen.

IMAGE button

Press IMAGE button on the remote control to select the image mode you desire.

INFO.

button

Press INFO. button on the remote control to display the projector information.

VOLUME +/ button

Press image VOLUME +/- button on the remote control to increase or decrease the volume.

 Note:

See the next page for the description of other

buttons.

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Basic operation

BLANK button

Press BLANK button to black out the image.

To restore to normal, press the BLANK button again or press any other button.

The screen changes each time you press the button as follows:

Black out →Normal →Black out →Normal ...

TIMER button

Press TIMER button. The timer display “00:00” appears on the screen and the timer starts to count time (00:00–59:59).

To stop the Timer, press TIMER button. Press

TIMER button again, and then the Timer display disappears.

SCREEN button

Press SCREEN button on the remote control to select the screen size you desire.

“Blank” disappears after 4 seconds if there is no other button operation.

02

Timer display

Remote control

: 02

INPUT

HDMI COMPUTER 1 COMPUTER 2

POWER

VIDEO S-VIDEO

MEMORY VIEWER

/USB DISPLAY

OK

D.ZOOM+ button

Press D.ZOOM+ button, the on-screen menu will disappear, while the information on digital zoom + appears. You can press Select to zoom in the image size, and press ▲▼◄►to move the image horizontally and vertically.

The moving is effective only when the image is larger than the size of the screen.

SCREEN button

D.ZOOM

+/- button

D.ZOOM button

Press D.ZOOM- button, the on-screen menu will disappear, while the information on digital zoom - appears. Press OK button to zoom in the image size.

To exit the “digital zoom +/-“mode, press any button except the D.ZOOM+/- and the OK button.

To return to normal size, select “ Screen size” in "Display" menu to adjust screen size, or

Press  button to move the image horizontally or vertically.

MENU BACK LAMP TIMER

KEYSTONE SCREEN AUTOSET

VOLUMED.ZOOMBLANK

VOLUME+ D.ZOOM+ MUTE

INFO.

FREEZE

IMAGE

TIMER button

BLANK button

Direct Operation

Press COMPUTER 1, COMPUTER 2, HDMI,

VIDEO, S-VIDEO or MEMORY VIEVER/USB

DISPLAY button to select HDMI, Computer

1(Component), Computer 2, HDMI, Video,

Video, S-video, Memory Viewer or USB Display as input source.

Top control

Remote control

HDMI

VIDEO

INPUT

Input select

COMPUTER 1

INPUT

HDMI COMPUTER 1 COMPUTER 2

POWER

VIDEO S-VIDEO

S-VIDEO

OK

MEMORY VIEWER

/USB DISPLAY

COMPUTER 2

MEMORY VIEWER

/USB DISPLAY

MENU BACK LAMP TIMER

INPUT button

KEYSTONE SCREEN AUTOSET INFO.

Menu operation

1 Press INPUT button on the remote control or

top control to display the input select menu.

2 Press  button to select Computer 1,

Computer 2, HDMI, Component, Video,

Video, S-video, Memory Viewer or USB

Displaythen press OK button.

Computer 1

Computer 2*

HDMI

When input source is from computer connected to

CONPUTER 1 IN terminal with VGA cable, please select

Computer 1.

When input source is from computer connected to

CONPUTER 2 IN/OUT terminal with VGA cable, please select Computer 2.

When input source is from equipment connected to HDMI terminal with HDMI cable, please select HDMI.

VOLUMED.ZOOM-

Input select menu

Computer 1

VOLUME+ D.ZOOM+

Computer 2

HDMI

Component

Video

S-video

Memory Viewer

USB Display

Video

S-video

Memory Viewer*

USB Display*

BLANK

MUTE

FREEZE

IMAGE

Select it when the video input signal is connected to VIDEO terminal.

Select it when the video input signal is connected to S-VIDEO terminal.

Select it when you insert the

USB memory directly to the

USB A (VIEWER) terminal.

Select it when you connect the computer to the USB

B(DISPLAY) terminal with a

USB converting cable.

Component

Select it when the input source is from the video equipment connected to YP terminals.

B

P

R

/YC

B

C

R

*: Some models have no these input items.

 Note:

- When the Input Search function is set to On in the Auto setup function, the input signal will be

searched automatically.

- COMPUTER 1 button can switch the input signal between Computer 1 and Component.

- When COMPUTER IN 2/COMPUTER OUT terminal is used as COMPUTER OUT, Computer 2

can not be selected.

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Display

Following items can be set in Display menu: Auto PC adj., Fine sync, H Postion, V Postion, H.Size,

Aspect, Projection Way, Menu position, Background display and System.

Auto PC adj.

This function is provided only for computer signals input.

Press AUTOSET button on the remote control to adjust Fine sync, H postion, V postion and

H.Size automatically to conform your computer.

√ Note:

- Total dots and horizontal & vertical positions

of some computers cannot be fully adjusted

with this Auto PC adj. function. When

the image is not provided properly with this

function, manual adjustments are required.

- The Auto PC adj. cannot be operated when

480i, 576i, 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080p or 1080i

is selected in the System menu of computer

input.

Fine sync

You can cut off flicker from the image displayed by pressing  to adjust the value.(from 0 to

31).

H Position

Press  to adjust the horizontal image position.

V Position

Press  to adjust the vertical image position.

H.Size

This function is used to adjust and minimize the effect of interference caused by projection of patterns consisting of vertical stripes.

The projection of the vertical striped pattern may cause cyclic patterns (noise). Adjust to minimize the amount of iinterference.(From -15 to +15).

H.Size must be set before adjust Fine sync.

√ Note:

The adjustment of Fine sync, H Position, V

Postion and H.Size is only for computer

signal input.

Display Menu

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Expand

Memory

Viewer

Info.

Auto PC adj.

Fine sync 14

H Position 0

V Position 0

H. Size 0

Aspect Normal

Project Way Front

Menu position Upper left

Background Display Blue

System 1024 x 768, 60Hz

Move Next Exit

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Display

Aspect

You can set a screen size to fit the image while maintaining the aspect ratio of the input signal.

1. Press  to select Aspect and then press

OK button.

2. Press button to select the screen size you

desire  and the press OK button.

Normal ...Project images at the same

aspect ratio with the input signals.

Wide .......Project the image at 16:9 aspect

ratio.

Aspect menu

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Expand

Memory

Viewer

Info.

Auto PC adj.

Fine sync 14

H Position 0

V Position 0

H. Size 0

Aspect Normal

Project Way Front

Menu position Upper left

Background Display Blue

System 1024 x 768, 60Hz

Adjust Select Back

Project Way

This function is used to set the project way.

1 Press  button to select Project Way, press

OK button.

3 Press  button to select the item you want

to set, press OK button.

Front ........Project to front screen when

projector is front standing.

Rear ........Project to rear screen when

projector is front standing.

Ceiling/Front ..Project to front screen when

projector is in ceiling state.

Ceiling/Rear ...Project to rear screen when

projector is in ceiling state.

Project way menu

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Expand

Memory

Viewer

Info.

Auto PC adj.

Fine sync 14

H Position 0

V Position 0

H. Size 0

Aspect Normal

Project Way Front

Menu position Upper left

Background Display Blue

System 1024 x 768, 60Hz

Adjust Select Back

Menu Position

You can use this function to change the position of screen menu.

1 Press  button to select Menu position,

press OK button.

2 Press  button to select the item you want

to set, press OK button.

Upper left ....Menu locates on upper left of

the screen.

Upper right ..Menu locates on upper right of

the screen.

Center .........Menu locates at the center of

the screen.

Lower left ....Menu locates on lower left of

the screen.

Lower right ..Menu locates on lower right of

the screen.

Menu position

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Auto PC adj.

Fine sync 14

H Position 0

V Position 0

H. Size

Aspect Normal

0

Expand

Memory

Viewer

Info.

Project Way Front

Menu position Upper left

Background Display Blue

System 1024 x 768, 60Hz

Adjust Select Back

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Display

Background Display

This function is used to select the screen background of the projector when there is no signal detected.

1 Press  button to select Background

Display, press OK button.

2 Press  button to select the item you want

to set, press OK button.

Black ....Select black background.

Blue ......Select blue background.

Background display

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Expand

Memory

Viewer

Info.

Auto PC adj.

Fine sync 14

H Position 0

V Position 0

H. Size 0

Aspect Normal

Project Way Front

Menu position Upper left

Background Display Blue

System 1024 x 768, 60Hz

Adjust Select Back

System

Computer system select

The projector automatically tunes to various types of computers with its function of Multiscan system and Auto PC Adjustment. If a computer is selected as a signal source, the projector automatically detects the signal format and tunes to project proper images without any additional setting.

One of the following messages may appear when:

Auto

-----

When the projector cannot recognize the connected signal conforming to the provided computer system, Auto is displayed on the System menu box and the Auto PC Adj. function works to display proper images. If the image is not projected properly, a manual adjustment is required.

There is no signal input from computer.

Check the connection between your computer and projector.

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Expand

Memory

Viewer

Info.

Auto PC adj.

Fine sync 14

H Position 0

V Position 0

H. Size 0

Aspect Normal

Project Way Front

Menu position Upper left

Background Display Blue

System 1024 x 768, 60Hz

Move Next Exit

System

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Select computer system manually

The system can also be selected manually.

1 Press  button to select System and press

OK button.

2 Press  button to select your required

system, and then press the OK button.

 Note:

When HDMI is selected, System menu for

computer is disable.

Display

System for computer signal

System

Display

Color adjust

Setting

 1024x768@60

1366x768@60

- - - - -

- - - - -

- - - - -

Expand

Memory

Viewer

Info.

Move Select Back

Video or S-video

Auto

The projector automatically detects an incoming video system,and adjusts itself to optimize its performance. When Video System is PAL-M or PAL-N, select the system manually.

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

Sets the color system manually when the image is not displayed correctly in "Auto", select a specific broadcast signal format from

PAL, SECAM, NTSC,NTSC 4.43, PAL-M and

PAL-N.

System for Video or S-video signal

System

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Expand

Memory

Viewer

 Auto

PAL

SECAM

NTSC

NTSC4.43

PAL-M

PAL-N

Info.

Move Select Back

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INPUT

HDMI COMPUTER 1 COMPUTER 2

POWER

VIDEO S-VIDEO

MEMORY VIEWER

/USB DISPLAY

OK

Color adjust

MENU BACK LAMP

Color adjust menu is used to set the image mode and adjust the image.

Image Mode

KEYSTONE SCREEN

Remote control

VOLUMED.ZOOM-

AUTOSET

BLANK

TIMER

INFO.

FREEZE

Direct operation

Press IMAGE button on remote control to select the image mode.

Menu operation

1 Press MENU button on remote contro to

display screen menu. Press  butto to

select Color adjust, then press OK button.

2 Press  button to select Image Mode,

press OK button.

3 Press  button to select the item you want

to set, press OK button.

Dynamic

The light output is maximized for use in bright areas.

VOLUME+

Memory

Viewer

D.ZOOM+ MUTE IMAGE

Image mode (Computer)

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Expand

IMAGE

Image mode Standard

Contrast 32

Brightness 32

Color temp. Mid

Red 32

Green 32

Blue 32

Sharpness 8

Standard

The picture becomes suitable for moving images in general.

Info.

Adjust Select Back

Cinema

For watching movies with multiple gray scale levels.

Blackboard (Green)

For viewing the image projected on a blackboard (green) by enhancing the image quality. This is mainly effective on a green colored board instead of a black colored board.

Image mode (Video, S-video, Component)

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Expand

Memory

Viewer

Info.

Image mode Standard

Contrast 32

Brightness 32

Color 32

Tint 32

Red 32

Green 32

Blue 32

Sharpness 8

Colorboard

For images projected onto the red, blue, yellow, or green wallpaper.

Adjust Select Back

User Image

Image quality preset by the user in the Image adjustment menu.

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Contrast

Press  to decrease the contrast and  to increase it. (from 0 ~ 63)

Brightness

Press  to decrease the brightness and  to increase it. (from 0 ~ 63)

Color adjust

Color adjust (Computer)

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Expand

Image mode Standard

Contrast 32

Brightness 32

Color temp. Mid

Red 32

Green 32

Blue 32

Sharpness 8 Memory

Viewer

Info.

Color temp.

Press  to select your desired color temperature.( Low, Mid and High )

Move Next Exit

Color*

Press  to decrease the chorma and  to increase it. (from 0 ~ 63)

Tint*

Press  to select the appropriate tone for the image.

Red(White balance)

Press  to lighten the red tone and  to deepen it.

Color adjust (Video, S-video, Component)

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Expand

Memory

Viewer

Info.

Image mode Standard

Contrast 32

Brightness 32

Color 32

Tint 32

Red 32

Green 32

Blue 32

Sharpness 8

Move Next Exit

Green(White balance)

Press  to lighten the green tone and  to deepen it.

Blue(White balance)

Press  to lighten the blue tone and  to deepen it.

Sharpness

Press  to decrease the sharpness of an image and  to increase it.

*: These items are only for Video, S-video or

Component signal input.

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Setting

The projector has Setting menu that allows you to set the other various functions described as follows.

1 Press MENU button on remote contro to

display screen menu. Press  button to

select Setting ,then press OK button.

2 Press  button to select the item you want

to set, press OK button.

3 Press  button to adjust the item, then

press OK button.

Setting menu

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Expand

On start Off

Standby mode Eco

High land Off

Lamp control

Cooling fast Normal

Closed caption Off

Key lock

Memory

Viewer

Info.

Iris On

Terminal Computer 2

Sound

HDMI setup

Move Next Exit

On start

Enable the projector to be automatically turned off just by connecting the AC power cord to an outlet when this function is set to On.

On .....Start projecting immediately.

Off .....Start up in standby mode.

On start

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Expand

Memory

Viewer

Info.

On start Off

Standby mode Eco

High land Off

Lamp control

Cooling fast Normal

Closed caption Off

Key lock

Iris On

Terminal Computer 2

Sound

HDMI setup

Adjust Select Back

Standby mode

Set the power comsuption during stanby.

Change the setting whether or not use the network function.

Press  button to select the item below:

Eco ..........In this state, network function,

Monitor out is disable after

turning off the projetcor.

No command but POWER ON is

enable for RS232 after turning off

the projetcor .

Normal ...Supply power to the projector

even after turning off the projector.

You can turn on or turn off the

projector via series port.

Standby mode

Display

On start Off

Standby mode Eco

High land Off

Color adjust

Setting

Expand

Lamp control

Cooling fast Normal

Closed caption Off

Key lock

Memory

Viewer

Info.

Iris On

Terminal Computer 2

Sound

HDMI setup

Adjust Select Back

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Setting

High land

Enable to control the fan through the Setting menu.

You can select the running speed of the fan according to the altitude of the location where the projector is installed.

Off ......Normal speed. Set it so if the projector

is operated at a lower altitude.

On ......Faster than Off. Set it so if the projector

is operated at a higher altitude because

fans will produce weaker effects.

 Note:

- Plese set High land "Off" when operating the

projector in the elevation of below 1400m.

- Plese set High land "On" when operating the

projector in the elevation of above 1400m

and below 2700m.

- Do not operate the projetor in the elevation of

above 2700m.

High land

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Expand

Memory

Viewer

Info.

On start Off

Standby mode Eco

High land Off

Lamp control

Cooling fast Normal

Closed caption Off

Key lock

Iris On

Terminal Computer 2

Sound

HDMI setup

Adjust Select Back

Lamp control

Change the brightness of the screen.

Normal ... Select it when high luminance is

required.

Eco 1 ....... Select it when high luminance

is not required.

Eco 2 .......Select it when lower luminance

than Eco 1 is required.

 Note:

When you want to reduce the power

consumption, extend the service life pf the

lamp and reduce the operation noise, please

set Lamp conrtol to Eco 2 rather than Eco 1,

and Eco 1 rather than Normal.

Lamp control

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Expand

Memory

Viewer

Info.

On start Off

Standby mode Eco

High land Off

Lamp control

Cooling fast Normal

Closed caption Off

Key lock

Iris On

Terminal Computer 2

Sound

HDMI setup

Adjust Select Back

Cooling fast

This function provides the following options in the cooling fans’ operation after turning off the projector.

Normal ... Normal cooling speed.

60 sec ... Faster and lounder than Normal,

cooling time is shorter.

0 sec ..... Enable you directlt unplug the AC

power cord after turning off the

projector, no need waiting for cooling.

Cooling fast

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Expand

Memory

Viewer

Info.

On start Off

Standby mode Eco

High land Off

Lamp control

Cooling fast Normal

Closed caption Off

Key lock

Iris On

Terminal Computer 2

Sound

HDMI setup

Adjust Select Back

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Setting

Closed Caption

Allows the subtitle to be displayed for the audio contents or other information. If the input source contains closed caption, you can enable this function and change the channel. Press

 to select OFF , CC1 , CC2 , CC3 or CC4 .

If Closed Caption is not clear, you can change the text color to white from the original.

 Note:

- The icon of Closed Caption is displayed in

grey when it is disable.

- Closed caption is disable when screen menu

or Timer displayed on screen.

Closed Caption

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Expand

Memory

Viewer

Info.

On start Off

Standby mode Eco

High land Off

Lamp control

Cooling fast Normal

Closed caption Off

Key lock

Iris On

Terminal Computer 2

Sound

HDMI setup

Adjust Select Back

Key lock

This function allows you to use the Key lock and PIN code lock function to set the security for the projector operation.

Select "Key lock" and press OK button, then press  button to select the item you desire .

Off ....Unlock.

Projector . Lock the operation of the

top control. To unlock,

use the remote control.

Remote Control ..... Lock the operation

of the remote control. To

unlock, use the top control.

If the top control accidentally becomes locked and you do not have the remote control nearby or there is something wrong with your remote control, contact the dealer where you purchased the projector or the service center.

Key lock

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Expand

Memory

Viewer

Info.

On start Off

Standby mode Eco

High land Off

Lamp control

Cooling fast Normal

Closed caption Off

Key lock

Iris On

Terminal Computer 2

Sound

HDMI setup

Adjust Select Back

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Setting

Iris

*

This function is used to increase the contrast of the image.

On .........Enable Iris function, increase the

contrast of the image.

Off .........Disable Iris function.

 Note:

*:Some models have no this item.

Iris

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Expand

Memory

Viewer

Info.

On start Off

Standby mode Eco

High land Off

Lamp control

Cooling fast Normal

Closed caption Off

Key lock

Iris On

Terminal Computer 2

Sound

HDMI setup

Adjust Select Back

Terminal

*

The COMPUTER 2 IN /1 OUT terminal can be used as computer input or monitor output.

Press ▲  to select input or output.

Computer 2 .......Select it when input computer

signal.

Monitor out ........Output the computer signal

from the input signal which is

conneted to COMPUTER 1

IN terminal.

 Note:

*:Some models have no this item.

Terminal

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Expand

Memory

Viewer

Info.

On start Off

Standby mode Eco

High land Off

Lamp control

Cooling fast Normal

Closed caption Off

Key lock

Iris On

Terminal Computer 2

Sound

HDMI setup

Adjust Select Back

Sound

This item is used to adjust the volume.

Volume ...Press

 button to increase the

volume, press  button to

decresce the volume.

Mute .......Press ▲  button to swicth mute

function. (On/Off)

Sound

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Expand

Memory

Viewer

Info.

Sound

Volume 12

Mute Off

Move Next Back

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Setting

HDMI setup

When the external equipment is connected to

HDMI IN terminal, if the image is not projected properly, please switch the settings of Image or

Sound in HDMI setup menu.

Image:

64-940....Select when the HDMI terminal of an

external device such as a blu-ray

player is connected to HDMI IN

terminal.

0-1023....Select when the DVD-D terminal

outout of an external device sucha as

computer is connected to HDMI IN

terminal with a conversion cable or

similar cable.Select also when HDMI

IN ternimal output of a comuputer or

other device connected to HDMI IN

terminal.

HDMI setup -> Image

Display

HDMI setup

Image 64-940

Sound HDMI

Color adjust

Setting

Expand

Memory

Viewer

Info.

Adjust Select Back

Sound:

HDMI.....Select when the HDMI cable is

conneted, the image and audio are

transmitted, and you do not need to

connect the audio signal separately.

Computer...Select when the DVD-D terminal

outout of an external device such as

computer is connected to HDMI IN

terminal with a conversion cable or

similar cable.The image will not be

transmitted, the audio signal is input

to AUDIO IN 1 terminal.

HDMI setup -> Sound

Display

HDMI setup

Image 64-940

Sound HDMI

Color adjust

Setting

Expand

Memory

Viewer

Info.

Adjust Select Back

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Expand

The projector has Expand menu that allows you to set the other various expand functions described as follows.

1 Press MENU button on remote contro to

display screen menu. Press  button to

select Expand , then press OK button.

2 Press  button to select the item you

want to set, press OK button.

3 Press  button to adjust the item, then

press OK button.

Expand

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Expand

Language

Auto setup

Keystone

Logo

Security

Power management

Filter counter

Memory

Viewer

Info.

Test pattern

Network

Factory default

Language

This projector provides multi-language screen menu.

You can press  button to select the language you desire.

Move Next Exit

Auto setup

This function is used to execute Input search and Auto PC adj. and Auto keystone functions.

Input search

Allows you to automatically detect input signals. It stops when a signal is found. Press

 button to select an option below:

On........Enabled. This function is used to

detect input signals automatically

and stops when finding a signal .

Off........Disabled.

Auto PC adj.

On........Press the AUTOSET button on the

remote control to enable Auto PC

adj. function automatically.

Off........Cancel Auto PC adj. function.

Auto keystone

Auto......To correct keystone distortion

depending on the slope of the

projector all the time.

Manual .To enable the function by

pressing AUTOSET on the top

control or remote control.

Off.........Disabled.

Auto setup

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Expand

Memory

Viewer

Info.

Auto setup

Input search On

Auto adj. On

Auto keystone Auto

Move Next Back

 Note:

- Only the last selected input source can be

detected.

- If the INPUT button on the top control or on the

remote control is pressed during Input search is in

progress, Input search will stop and go back to the

previous input signal.

- Fine sync., Total dots, Horizontal and Vertical

position of some computers cannot be fully

adjusted with the Auto PC Adj. function.

When the image is not provided properly with this

operation, manual adjustments are required.

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Keystone

You can correct the keystone distortion that occurs when the projector is instanlled tilted or when the screen is tilted.

Keystone

Set whether or not to keep the keystone correction after turn off the projector or pluf put the power cord.

Reset...When Standby mode is set to Eco, plug

put the power cord or turn off the

projector, the keystone correction will

be canceled. When Standby mode is

set to Normal, plug put the power cord

or turn off the projector, the keystone

correction will be kept.

Store....The keystone correction will be stored

when plug out the power cord or turn

off the projetor.

V Keystone*

Press  button to make the top of the screen smaller.

Press  button to make the bottom of the screen smaller.

* Only for model of C411.

Keystone (for C411)

Display

Color adjust

Keystone

Keystone Store

V Keystone

Reset value

Setting

Expand

Memory

Viewer

Info.

Move Next Back

Keystone (for C421/C431/C431W)

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Keystone

Keystone Store

H/V Keystone

Corner correction

Curved correction

Reset value

Expand

Memory

Viewer

Info.

Move Next Back

H/V Keystone

Horizontal:

Press ► button to adjust the right of the keystone.

Press ◄ button to adjust the left of the kesytone.

Vertical:

Press  button to adjust the upper of the keystone.

Press  button to adjust the left of the kesytone.

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Corner correction

Adjust when the four corners of the projected image is distorted.

Press  button to correct upper left keystone distortion.

Press  button to correct upper right keystone distortion.

Press  button to correct lower right keystone distortion.

Press  button to correct lower left keystone distortion.

Curved correction

Adjust when the linearity is not uniform or the projected image is curved distortion.

Press  button to correct the curved distortion.

Items Operation Adjustment Adjustment range

-40 ~ +40

Barrel correction X/Y

Gain

-40 ~ +40

Barrel correction X

Offset

0 ~ +1365

Barrel

Correction Y

Offset

0 ~ +799

 Note:

● Either "H/V Keystone" or "Corner correction" setting value is valid. When the "H/V Keystone" or

"Corner correction" adjustment is finished, the adjusted value will be reset when you adjust the

other one.

● Press the KEYSTONE button on the remote control or side control when the "H/V Keystone" or

"Corner correction" screen is displaying, it will switch to the other adjustment screen.

● When the "Corner correction" individual adjustment screen is displaying, the individual

adjustment screen of the next corner can also be displayed by pressing the <ENTER> button.

● Correcting up to ±15° for the tilt in the vertical direction and ±15° for the tilt in the horizontal

direction are available for adjustments with "Keystone". However, the image quality will degrade

and it will get harder to focus with more correction. Install the projector so that the correction will

be as small as possible.

● Screen size will also change when "H/V Keystone" is used to perform various adjustments.

● Aspect ratio of the image size may shift depending on the correction.

Reset value

Return the corrected values to the factory default values.

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Logo

This function allows you to customize the screen logo with Logo select, Capture, Logo PIN code lock and Logo PIN code change functions.

Logo Select

This function decides on the starting-up display from among following options.

Default .... Show the factory-set logo.

User..........Show the image captured by user.

Off ........... Show the countdown display only.

Logo

Display

Color adjust

Logo select Default

Capture

Logo

Logo PIN code lock Off

Setting Logo PIN code change

Capture

You can capture a projected image as start logo or interval of presentation.

Select Capture and press OK button.

Confirmation dialog box appears, select

"Yes" to start capturing.

You can set Logo Select as "User" after capturing, then captured image will appear on sreen next time you start the projector.

Expand

Memory

Viewer

Info.

Move Next Back

Logo PIN code Lock

This function prevents an unauthorized person from changing the screen logo.

Off ...... .....The screen logo can be changed freely from the Logo menu.

On ...... .....The screen logo cannot be changed without a Logo PIN code.

If you want to change the Logo PIN code lock setting, press OK button and the Logo PIN code dialog box appears. Enter a Logo PIN code by following the steps below.

PIN code reset

Press  button to select a number, and then press OK button to enter this number, automatically move the cursor to next box.If you fixed an incorrect number, press MENU button to reset it again.

Repeat this step to complete entering a three-digit number.

After entering the three-digit number, automatically move the cursor to “OK”, and press OK button, then you can start to operate the projector.

If you entered an incorrect PIN code, the “PIN code” and the number (***) turn red, it will be reset automatically within one second. Enter the correct PIN code all over again.

Logo PIN code change

Logo PIN code can be changed to your desired three-digit number. Press OK button to select Logo PIN code change. Logo Pin code dialog box appears, press ▲▼ button to enter the correct code. The New

Logo PIN code input dialog box appears. Set a new Logo PIN code, confirmation box appears, select Yes to set the new Logo Pin code.

Be sure to note the new Logo PIN code and keep it on hand. If you lost the number, you could no longer change the Logo PIN code setting.

CAUTION:

WHEN YOU HAVE CHANGED THE LOGO PIN CODE, WRITE DOWN THE NEW PIN CODE

IN COLUMN OF THE LOGO PIN CODE NO. MEMO ON PAGE 65, AND KEEP IT SECURELY.

SHOULD THE LOGO PIN CODE BE LOST OR FORGOTTEN, THE LOGO PIN CODE SETTING

CAN NO LONGER BE CHANGED.

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Security

This function allows you to use the PIN code lock and PIN code change functions to set the security for the projector operation.

PIN code lock

This function prevents the projector from being operated by unauthorized persons and provides the following setting options for security.

Off ............ Unlocked.

On ........... Enter the PIN code every time

turning on the projector .

If you

want to change PIN code lock

setting or PIN code,you must

enter the PIN code. The orignal

PIN code is "111".

If tou want to change the PIN code lock setting, press OK button, then PIN code dialog box appears.

Enter PIN code

Press  button to select a number, and then press OK button to enter this number, automatically move the cursor to next box.If you fixed an incorrect number, press MENU button to reset it again.

Repeat this step to complete entering a threedigit number.

After entering the three-digit number, move the cursor to “OK”, and press OK button, then you can start to operate the projector.

If you entered an incorrect PIN code, the “PIN code” and the number (***) turn red, it will be reset automatically within one second. Enter the correct PIN code all over again.

Change Logo PIN code lock setting

Press  button to select On or Off, then press OK button.

PIN code change

The PIN code can be changed to your desired three-digit number. Press  button to select PIN code change. Pin code dialog box appears, Press  button to enter the correct code. The New PIN code input dialog box appears. Set a new PIN code.

Security

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Expand

Memory

Viewer

Info.

Security

PIN code lock Off

PIN code change

Move Next

Expand

Back

CAUTION:

WHEN YOU HAVE CHANGED THE LOGO

PIN CODE, WRITE DOWN THE NEW PIN

CODE IN COLUMN OF THE LOGO PIN CODE

NO. MEMO ON PAGE 65, AND KEEP IT

SECURELY. SHOULD THE LOGO PIN CODE

BE LOST OR FORGOTTEN, THE LOGO

PIN CODE SETTING CAN NO LONGER BE

CHANGED.

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Power management

For reducing power consumption as well as maintaining the lamp life, the Power management function turns off the projection lamp when the projector is not operated for a certain period.Select one of the following options:

Ready .................. When the lamp has been fully cooled down, the ON(G)/STANDBY(R) indicator

changes to green blinking.In this condition, the projection lamp will be turned on

if the input signal is reconnected or any button on the side control or remote

control is pressed.

Shut down .......... When the lamp has been fully cooled down, the power will be turned off.

Off ....................... Power management function is off.

Timer ................... If the input signal is interrupted and no button is pressed for more than 30

seconds, the timer display with No signal appears. It starts the countdown until

the lamp is turned off. Press  button to set the Timer(1~30min.)

Ready countdown ..Set the time that ready status transfers to standby status automatically.(0-

30min.0 Min: not transfer automatically)

In ready status, press Power button to swicth to standby status, and press

any other button to turn on the projector.

Power management

No signal

01 : 20

Time left before Lamp is off.

Power management

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Power management

 Ready

Shut down

Off

Timer 5 Min

Shut down 0 Min

Expand

 Note:

Factory default: "Timer: 5 min",

"Ready countdown: 0 min".

Memory

Viewer

Info.

Move Select Back

Filter counter

This function is used to set a frequency for filter cleaning.

When the projector reached a specified time between cleanings, a Filter warning icon appears on the screen, notifying the cleaning is necessary. After cleaning the filter, be sure to select RESET and set the timer. The Filter warning icon will not turn off until the filter counter is reset.

Filter counte r............The time that filter used.

Timer ........................ Frequency for filter

cleaning.

Filter counter reset ..Reset the filter counter.

Filter counter

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Filter counter

Filiter counter 26 H

Timer 200H

Filter counter reset

Expand

Memory

Viewer

Info.

Move Next Back

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Expand

Test Pattern

This function is used to set the internal test signal: Gray scale 1 , Gray scale 2 , Gray scale

3 , Gray scale 4 , Color bar , Red , Green , Blue,

Cross hatch , White , Black and Gray .

Test Pattern

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Expand

Memory

Viewer

Info.

 Off

Gray scale 1

Gray scale 2

Gray scale 3

Gray scale 4

Color bar

Red

Green

Blue

Cross hatch

Move

Test pattern 1/2

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Network

*

*:Some models have no this function.

Function : PC controls projector via LAN.

Preparation:

1. Equipments: PC, projector, cables

2. Connection procedures:

Connect the projector to routers or switches of the LAN by direct or cross cable. If it fails to

connect PC and projector by parallel cable, please switch to cross cable as suggested.

3. After the computer is booted and the projector is plugged in, indicator lights of LAN interface

on will flash continuously.

Operation procedures:

1 Turn on the projector.

2 Obtain network address. DHCP set is displayed as On and obtain network address

automatically.( If familiar with network, you can set DHCP as Off and obtain network

address manually.)

3 Enter network settings menu.

(1) Press MENU button on remote control

to display screen menu. Press 

button to select Expand, then press

OK button.

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Network setting

Network information

Network

MAC address: 00:04:A3:97:61:B4

IP address: 192.168.001.023

(2) Press  button to select Network,

and then press OK button to enter the

newtork menu.

Expand

Memory

Viewer

Info.

Move Next Back

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Expand

(3) When DHCP is set On, IP address,

Subnet, Gateway and DNS will be

abtained automatically, press OK at

"Set" to confrim the parameters.

When DHCP is set Off, press OK

button to enter IP address, then

press button to enter Subnet,

Gateway and DNS respectivelt,

press OK at "Set" to confirm the

parameters.

LAN Network setting

DHCP On

IP address

Subnet

Gateway

DNS

Set Cancel

Adjust Select Back

LAN Network setting

DHCP Off

IP address 192 168 1 100

Subnet 255 255 255 0

Gateway 192 168 1 1

DNS 192 168 1 1

Set Cancel

Move Select Back

Factory default

This function returns all setting values except for the User logo, PIN code lock, Logo PIN code lock, Lamp counter and Filter counter to the factory default settings.

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Image viewer

The Memory Viewer functionis used to project the video and pictures which are stored in the USB memory when the USB memory is inserted into USB A(VIEWER) terminal of the projector.

1 Press MENU button on remote control to display screen menu. Press  button to select "Memory

Viewer", then press OK button.

2 Press  button to select the item you want to set, press OK button.

3 Press  button to adjust the item, then press OK button.

Set slide

Memory viewer

Set slide

Start the slide show.

Display

Slide transition effect

Sort order

Color adjust

Rotate

Setting

Expand

Best fit

Repeat

Apply

Memory

Viewer

Set transition effect

Set the slide transition effect when the slide show image is switching.

Info.

Move Next Exit

Block ............Switches the image in mosaic

pattern.

Slide down ...Switces the image from the top left

corner to the bottom right corner.

Slide up ........ Swithces the image from the top

to the bottom.

Slide right .....Swithces the image from the left to

the right.

Y line ........... Switches the image in virtical line

from the middle to the left and

right.

X line .......... Switches the image in horizontal

line from the middle to the top and

bottom.

Slide transition effect

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Expand

Set slide

Slide transition effect Slied down

Sort order

Rotate

Best fit

Repeat

Apply

Memory

Viewer

Info.

Adjust Select Back

Sort order

Set the sort order of the slide show.

Extend order ...... Sort files or folders in

extended order.

Size order .......... Sort files or folders in

amount of data order.

Time order ......... Sort files or folders in stored

time order.

Name order ....... Sort files or folders in name

order.

Sort order

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Expand

Memory

Viewer

Info.

Set slide

Slide transition effect

Sort order Name order

Rotate

Best fit

Repeat

Apply

Adjust Select Back

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Image viewer

Rotate

Set the rotate direction of image.

No rotate ........... Rotate is disabled.

270 degrees ...... Rotates 270 degrees in

anti-clockwise direction.

180 degrees ...... Rotates 180 degrees.

90 degrees ........ Rotates 90 degrees in anti-

clockwise direction.

Rotate

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Expand

Memory

Viewer

Info.

Set slide

Slide transition effect

Sort order

Rotate No rotate

Best fit

Repeat

Apply

Adjust Select Back

Best fit

Set the image whether or not to fit with the projected screen.

On ...... Displays the image to fit with the

aspect of the projected screen.

Off ...... Displays in the normal pixels of the

image.

Best fit

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Expand

Memory

Viewer

Info.

Set slide

Slide transition effect

Sort order

Rotate

Best fit On

Repeat

Apply

Adjust Select Back

Repeat

Set whether or not to play the slide show repeatly.

On ...... Repeat broadcast the first file after the

last file is broadcasted.

Off ...... Return to the thumbnail display after

the last file is broadcasted.

Repeat

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Expand

Memory

Viewer

Info.

Set slide

Slide transition effect

Sort order

Rotate

Best fit

Repeat On

Apply

Adjust Select Back

Apply

Executes the setting in slide show.

Press  to select "Apply", then press OK button, the setting of the items except for "Set

Slide" will be effective.

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Infomation

The information menu is used to detect signal of projected image and running state.

Menu operation

Press MENU button on remote control to display the screen menu. Press  to select

Info., then press OK button, the information menu will appear as the right picture.

The information below will display in information menu.

Input

The selected input source is displayed.

H-sync freq .

The horizontal frequency of the input signal is displayed in KHz or - - - -KHz when no signal.

V-sync freq .

The vertical frequency of the input signal is displayed in Hz or - - - - Hz when no signal.

Numbers of Hz doubles when during Interlace.

Lamp status

Display the lamp mode you select.

Lamp counter

Display the time that lamp used.

Power management

Display the power management setting.

Image mode

Display the selected image mode.

Info.

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Expand

Memory

Viewer

Info.

Input Computer 1

1024x768@60

H-sync freq. 48.3 KHZ

V-sync freq. 59.9 Hz

Lamp status

Lamp counter 20 H

Power management Off

5 Min

Image mode Normal

Move Next Exit

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Useful functions

Memory View function

The Memory Viewer function is used to project the video and pictures which are stored in the USB memory when the USB memory is inserted into USB A(VIEWER) terminal of the projector.

Memory Viewer function supports the following image files.

Video

Extension Video codec Audio codec Video format avi Motion Jpeg ADPCM

Maximum:

1 280 x 720,30fps

Audio format

Maximum: xx kHz x ch

Picture

Extension bmp png

Format Description

The maximum resolution : 10 000 x 10 000

The maximum resolution : resolution of panel

Palettle-based1, 4, 8 bits,

RGB 24, 32 bits

The maximum resolution : resolution of panel

Ture color 24 bits/48 bits The maximum resolution : resolution of panel gif tiff pdf -

The maximum resolution : 800 x 600

Display the Memory Viewer screen

1. Press the MEMORY VIEWER/USB DISPLAY button or INPUT button on the remote control to select

the input source as Memory Viewer.

2. Insert the USB memory into the USB A(VIEWER) terminal of the projector directly, the standby screen

of "please press RC ENTER" appears when the USB memory icon is displayed on the screen.

3. Press OK button on the remote control, the root directory of the USB memory will appear in

thumbnail on the screen.

Play the pictures

It will display a picture when play the picture manually every time.

1 Press ▲▼◄► to select a file.

2 Press OK button, the picture will display on the full screen.

3 Press ►to switch to the next picture, press◄ to return to the previous picture.

4 Press the OK button on the remote control.

Executing the slide

All pictures in the same folder will play automatically when "Slide Transition Effect" of "Memory

Viewer" menu are set to the special setting.

1 Press ▲▼◄► to select a file.

2 Press the "MENU" button to select the "Memory Viewer" → "Set Slide".

3 Press OK button.

● The picture will display on the full screen.

● Press OK button to return to the thumbnail screen.

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Useful functions

Play the video

Playing the video file. press ▲▼◄► to select a video file and press OK button to display the video on the full screen.

00:00:52/00:03:30

00:00:52/00:03:30

00:00:52/00:03:30

00:00:52/00:03:30

Exit the video playing, and return to the thumbnail screen.

Paused or go on playing video.

00:00:52/00:03:30

Forwards or backwards the video(skip 10sec).

Forwards or backwards the viedeo at double speed.(skip 60 sec)

The video can be played repeatly.

00:00:52/00:03:30

00:00:52/00:03:30

Show play time and total time.

5

5

5

5

Play the PDF

00:00:52/00:03:30

Operating the controller to display the PDF.

Press ▲▼◄► to select a PDF file and press OK button to display the PDF on the full screen.

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5

5

5

5

5

5

5

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GO 1

GO 1

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GO 1

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1/6

1/6

GO 1 1/6

Jumps to page number directly.

1/6

Switches PDF file between full screen display or whole page display.

Switches the display size on 3 levels of magnification. Press ▲▼on the remote control to move the display screen up and down.

1/6

Remove the display screen up, down, left and right by ▲▼◄►button on the remote control.

Exit the PDF file, and return to the thumbnail screen.

Termination of the Memory Viewer

1. Press ▲▼◄► to the thumbnail which is displayed on the upper left corner.

2. Press OK button on the remote control to return to the standby screen of "please press RC

ENTER".

3. Remove the USB memory directly.

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Useful functions

USB Display function

The USB Display funtion is used to project the image and audio from the computer which is connected to

USB B(DISPLAY) terminal of the projector by a USB converting cable.

■ When using Windows

Windows operation environment

OS Windows Vista 32 bit, Windows 7 32/64 bit, Windows 8 32/64 bit

CPU Intel Core 2 Duo 2.0 GHz or faster, the compatible processor

Amount of memory 256 MB or more (Recommended : 512 MB or more)

Hard-disk free space 20 MB or more

Display Resolution 640 x 480 or more, 1 600 x 1 200 or less

● There is no guarantee for all the computers that meet the above conditions will operate properly.

Projecting the USB Display

1. Connect the USB B(DISPLAY) terminal of the projector to a computer with a USB converting

cable.

2. Press the MEMORY VIEWER/USB DISPLAY button on the remote control or switch the input

source to USB Display.

● Press the INPUTbutton on the control panel and select the input source in the Input menu.

● The startup screen will be displayed automatically due to the driver which is built-in the projector, and

executing the installation according to the instructions of the screen. The displaying of the auto installation

screen is depending on the setting of computer. At this time, please select "Run sutorun.exe". Please

double-click "autorun.exe" in the folder of the USB Dispaly when the automatical startup is disabled.

● The image on the computer screen is projected.

3. Click the driver icon in the task bar of computer and select one item in Pop-up menu.

● Pop-up menu is only displayed in English.

● The item which is displayed in gray is unavailable.

Active audio/

Disable audio

Play video/

Pause video

Start/Stop

Set whether to output the audio from the computer.

Switch between play and pause the image.

Set whether to display the image from the computer.

Exit Displayed in gray and cannot be selected.

 Note:

- The driver is not installed in your computer, and it will be removed from the computer when

disconnected the USB cable.

- It will take a while when you want to project the computer screen.

- Connect a USB cable directly to the USB connector of a computer. It will not work when connect

through a USB hub.

Termination of the USB display

When terminate the USB display, remove the USB cable directly. There is no need to following

"Remove hardware safely" when a USB cable is disconnected.

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Useful functions

Mac OS operating environment

OS Mac OS X 10.5, 10.6, 10.7

CPU Power PC G4 1GHz or faster

Amount of memroy 512 MB or more

Hard-disk free space 20 MB or more

Display Resolution 640 x 480 or more, 1 600 x 1 200 or less

● There is no guarantee for all the computers that meet the above conditions will operate properly.

Projecting the USB Display

1. Connect the USB B(DISPLAY) terminal of the projector to a computer with a USB converting

cable.

2. Press the MEMORY VIEWER/USB DISPLAY button on the remote control or switch the input

source to USB Display.

● Press the INPUT button on the control panle and select the input source in the Input menu.

● The image on the computer screen is projected.

3. Double-click "Monitor.app" in the virtual disk that has been mounted.

4. Right-click the driver icon in the dock of computer and select one item in Pop-up menu.

● Pop-up menu is only displayed in English.

● The item which is displayed in gray is unavailable.

Active audio/

Disable audio

Play video/

Pause video

Start/Stop

Set whether to output the audio from the computer.

Switch between play and pause the image.

Set whether to display the image from the computer.

Quit Terminate the USB Display.

 Note:

- It will take a while when you want to project the computer screen.

- Connect a USB cable directly to the USB connector of a computer. It will not work when connect

through a USB hub.

Termination of the USB display

When terminate the USB display, remove the USB cable directly.

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Maintenance and cleaning

ON(G)/STANDBY(R) indicator

The ON(G)/STANDBY(R) indcator shows the state of the function which protects the projector.

Check the state of the ON(G)/STANDBY(R) indicator to take proper maintenance.

The projector is shut down and the ON(G)/

STANDBY(R) indicator is fashing red.

When the temperature inside the projector exceeds the normal temperature, the projector is automatically shut down to protect internal components. The ON(G)/STANDBY(R) indicator is blinking while the projector is being cooled down. When the projector has cooled down enough (to its normal operating temperature), it can be turned on again by pressing the Power button.

 Note:

The ON(G)/STANDBY(R) indicator

continues to blink even after the

temperature inside the projector returns

to normal. When the projector is turned

on again, the ON(G)/STANDBY(R)

indicator stops blinking.

ON(G)/STANDBY(R) indicator

ON(G)/STANDBY(R) indicator flashes red.

Check the items below:

– Did you provide appropriate space for the

projector to be ventilated?

Check the installing condition to see if

ventilation slots are not blocked.

– Has the projector been installed near the

duct or vent of an airconditioning?

Move the installation of the projector away

from the duct or vent.

– Are the air filters clean? Clean the air filters

periodically.

The projector is shut down and the ON(G)/

STANDBY(R) indicator lights red.

When the projector detects an abnormal condition, it is automatically shut down to protect the internal components and the

ON(G)/STANDBY(R) indicator lights red. In this case, unplug the AC power cord and plug it, and then turn on the projector once again

ON(G)/STANDBY(R) indicator

ON(G)/STANDBY(R) indicator lights red.

to verify operation. If the projector cannot be turned on and the ON(G)/STANDBY(R) indicator lights red, unplug the AC power cord and contact the service station for servicing and maintenance.

Caution

Do not leave the projector with the AC power cord connected under an abnormal condition.

It may result in fire or electric shock.

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Maintenance and cleaning

Cleaning the filter

The air filter prevents dust from accumulating on the surface of the optical elements inside the projector. Should the air filter become clogged with dust particles, it will reduce cooling fans’ effectiveness and may result in a buildup of internal heat and adversely affects the life of the projector. If the Filter warning icon appears on the screen, the air filter should be cleaned immediately. Clean the air filter following the steps below.

1 Turn off the projector, and unplug the AC

power cord from the AC outlet.

2 Remove the air filter.

3 Gently clean the filter with a brush.

4 Reinstall the filter into the projector properly.

Caution

Do not operate the projector with the air filter removed. Dust may accumulate on the optical elements, degrading picture quality.

Do not put any small objects into the air intake vents. Otherwise, it may result in malfunction of the projector.

Filter counter reset

Be sure to reset the filter counter after cleaning or replacing the filter.

1. Press Menu on the remote control to display

the screen menu. Press  to select

Expand, then press OK button.

2. Press  to select Filter counter, and then

press OK button.

Press  to select Filter counter reset and

press OK button, "Filter counter Reset?"

appears on sreen, select "Yes" to continue.

3. When another dialog box pops up, select

"Yes" to reset the filter.

Filter

Recommendation

We recommend avoiding dusty/smoky environments when you operate the projector.

Usage in these environments may cause poor image quality.

When you use the projector under dusty or smoky conditions, dust may accumulate on the lens, LCD panels, or optical elements inside the projector. When the symptoms above are noticed, contact your authorized dealer or service station for proper cleaning.

Filter counter

Filiter counter 26 H

Timer 200H

Filter counter reset

Display

Color adjust

Setting

Expand

Memory

Viewer

Info.

Move Next Back

Move

Filter counter reset?

Yes No

Select Back

Filter counter reset?

Move Select Back

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Maintenance and cleaning

Clean the project lens

Unplug the AC power cord before cleaning.

Gently wipe the projection lens with a cleaning cloth that contains non-abrasive camera lens cleaner, or use a lens cleaning paper or commercially available air blower to clean the lens.

Avoid using an excessive amount of cleaner.

Abrasive cleaners, solvents, or other harsh chemicals might scratch the surface of lens.

Clean the cabinet

Unplug the AC power cord before cleaning.

Gently wipe the projector surface with a soft dry cleaning cloth. When the cabinet is heavily soiled, use a small amount of mild detergent and finish with a soft dry cleaning cloth. Avoid using an excessive amount of cleaner. Abrasive cleaners, solvents, or other harsh chemicals might scratch the surface of the cabinet.

When the projector is not in use, put the projector in a pouch to protect it from dust and scratches.

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Maintenance and cleaning

Replace the lamp

When the projection lamp of the projector reaches its end of life,the Lamp replacement icon appears on the screen, please replace the lamp immediately.

Lamp replacement icon

Lamp replacement

As temperature inside the projector is high, you should cool the projector for at least 45 minutes before you open the lamp cover.

For the sake of safety, only use the lamp of the same model. Never drop the lamp onto the ground nor touch the glass bulb! The glass can shatter and hurt.

Note

When the lamp isn’t illuminated, it may indicate that the lamp has been damaged.

When you replace the lamp in a projector installed on the ceiling, you should stand beside the lamp cover but not under it; for the broken glass may fall down to hurt you. To do that, remove the lamp cover gently to avoid being hurt by the dropped glass. If glass drops into your eyes or mouth, you should see the doctor immediately.

Handle

Screw

To replace the lamp, follow the steps below:

1. Power off the projector and unplug the

power cord. Then let the project cool for at

least 45 minutes.

2. Loosen the screws on the lamp cover to

remove the cover.

3. Make sure the lamp is well protected and

remove three screws. Hold the handle to

take out the lamp.

4. Install a new lamp with the same model and

tighten the three screws. Make sure the

installation is correct. Put lamp cover in

place and then tighten the screw.

5. Plug the AC power cord and power on the

projector.

Screw

Lamp cover

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Maintenance and cleaning

ORDER REPLACEMENT LAMP

Replacement lamp can be ordered through your dealer. When ordering a projection lamp, give the following information to the dealer.

Replacement Lamp Model No.: APU-L4

LAMP HANDLING PRECAUTIONS

This projector uses a high-pressure lamp which must be handled carefully and properly.

Improper handling may result in accidents, injury, or create a fire hazard.

● Lamp life may differ from lamp to lamp and according to the environment of use. There is

no guarantee of the same life for each lamp. Some lamps may fail or terminate their life

in a shorter period of time than other similar lamps.

● If the projector indicates that the lamp should be replaced, i.e., if the WARNING indicator lights up,

replace the lamp with a new one IMMEDIATELY after the projector has cooled down. (Follow

carefully the instructions in the Lamp Replacement section of this manual.) Continuous use of the

lamp with the WARNING indicator lighted may increase the risk of lamp explosion.

● A Lamp may explode as a result of vibration, shock or degradation as a result of hours of

use as its lifetime draws to an end. Risk of explosion may differ according to the

environment or conditions in which the projector and lamp are being used.

IF A LAMP EXPLODES, THE FOLLOWING SAFETY PRECAUTIONS SHOULD

BE TAKEN .

If a lamp explodes, disconnect the projector’s AC plug from the AC outlet immediately. Contact an authorized service station for a checkup of the unit and replacement of the lamp. Additionally, check carefully to ensure that there are no broken shards or pieces of glass around the projector or coming out from the cooling air circulation holes. Any broken shards found should be cleaned up carefully.

No one should check the inside of the projector except those who are authorized trained technicians and who are familiar with projector service. Inappropriate attempts to service the unit by anyone, especially those who are not appropriately trained to do so, may result in an accident or injury caused by pieces of broken glass.

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Appendix

Troubleshooting

Before calling your dealer or service center for assistance, check the items below once again.

- Make sure you have properly connected the projector to peripheral equipment.

- Make sure all equipment is connected to the AC outlet and the power is turned on.

- If the projector does not project an image when it is connected to a PC, restart the PC.

Problems

No power

No initial displaying

Initial displaying is inconsistent with factory defaults

Input signals are automatically switched (can’t be switched)

– Solutions

- Plug the power cord of the projector into the AC power outlet.

- Check whether the ON(G)/STANDBY(R) indicator lights red.

- Only when the ON(G)/STANDBY(R) indicator lights red can you power on

the projector again.

- Check the WARNING indicator. If it lightsred, the projector can not be

powered on.

- Check the projection lamp.

- Unlock the “Key lock” function.

- Make sure that Logo function is not set to "Off".

- Make sure that Logo function is not set to "User" or "Off".

- Properly adjust the Input search function.

Ambiguous images

Image turns over leftward/ rightward

Image turns over upward/ downward

Image not bright enough

- Adjust the focus.

- Set a more proper projection distance.

- Check whether the lens needs to be cleaned.

- When moved from a environment with low temperature to

the one with higher temperature, water will be condensed

on the lens. If so, you have to wait till the condensed water

disappears.

- Check the function of “Ceiling/rear”.

- Check the function of “Ceiling”.

No image

- Check whether the contrast or brightness is adjusted correctly.

- Check whether the Image mode is properly selected.

- Check the function of lamp brightness adjusting.

- Check the WARNING indicator. If the indicator lights red, it means

the service life of the lamp is over. You should replace the lamp with

a new one of the same model immediately.

- Check the connection between Computer or video equipment.

- Check with the signal from Computer is correct. If connected to

certain laptops, the settings of their video adapters need to be

changed.You can refer to the operating instructions of the Computer

for such modification.

- Images can show up only about 20 seconds after the projector

is powered on.

- Check the input signal, color system, video system or Computer

system mode.

- Make sure that the temperature doesn’t exceed the permitted

operating temperature ( 41˚F – 95˚F [ 5˚C – 35˚C ])。

- If BLANK function is enabled, no image will appear on

the screen. You can then press the BLANK button or other button on

the remote control.

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Appendix

No Sound - Check the audio cable connection from audio input source.

- Adjust the audio source.

- Press the VOLUME + button.

- Press the Mute button.

- When the AUDIO OUT is plugged in, the projector’s built-in

speaker is not available.

- Is the image projected? The sound can only be heard when the

image is projected.

The color is abnormal - Check the input signal, color system, video system or computer

system mode.

- Make sure that Blackboard is not selected in Image Mode menu.

Auto PC adj. function does not work.

- Check the Input signal. Auto PC adj. function can not work when

480p, 576p, 720p, 480i, 576i or 1080i is selected .

The Settings cannot be saved after turing off the projector.

- Make sure you selected “Store” after adjusting settings.

Power management function does not work.

Logo function does not work.

- Power management function can not work while Freeze or Blank

function is running.

- Check connections and input source.

Auto setup function does not work. - Make sure no function in the Auto setup menu is set to “Off”.

- Make sure “On” is not chosen in the Ceiling function.

The image is distorted or disappears.

- Check and adjust “PC adjust” menu or “ Screen size” menu.

PIN code dialog box appears at start-up

- PIN code lock is being set.

The remote control does not work. - Check the batteries.

- Make sure no obstruction is between the projector and the

remote control.

- Make sure you are not too far from the projector when using the

remote control. Maximum operating range is 5 m.

- Make sure the code of the remote control is conformed to that of

the projector.

- Unlock the Key lock function in the Setup menu for the remote

control.

Indicators light or flash.

Exclamatory mark appears on the screen.

- Refer to Indicators and projector condition to check the status of

the projector.

- Your operation is invalid. Operate correctly.

Top control cannot be operated.

- Unlock the Key lock in Security -> Key lock.

Unable to unlock the Logo PIN code, Key lock or PIN code lock.

- Contact the dealer or the service center.

Warning:

Is operated with high voltage. Do not open its casing!

If the problem still exists after you take the aforesaid measures, you should contact the local distributor or the repair center and tell the machine model. The projector will tell you how to handle the issue.

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Appendix

Indicator and projector state

Check the indicator to know about the state of projector.

WARNING ON(G)/STANDBY(R)

Off Off

Off Lighting

Status

The power cord is unpluged.

The power cord is unpluged.

The projector is in standby mode after the cooling is completed.

Lighting in red

Blinking in red

Off

Off

Lighting in red

Red

Solutions

--

--

--

Lighting

Replacement time of the lamp has exceeded and the projetor cannot be turned on.

The projetor is cooled down and

Blinking after a while, the projector is turned off.(The projector will enter standby mode)

Lighting Projecting

Replace the lamp.

--

--

Blinking in red Green

Off

Off

Lighting

Off

Orange

Lighting

Blinking

Replacement time of the lamp has exceeded and the projetor is turned off automatically.

The power cord is plugged and the lamp is turned off. (Power management is set to Ready)

Replace the lamp.

--

Turn off the projector, unplug the power cord and contact the dealer.

Turn off the projector, unplug the power cord and contact the dealer.

- Remove any objects

which are blocking the

air intake/exhaust vent.

- Install the projector

in a locatuon with an

ambient temperature of

0 ℃ -40 ℃ .

- Do not use the projector

at high alititudes of

2700m or higher avove

sea level.

- Clean the air filter or

replace it.

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Appendix

Compatible computer specifications

This projector can receive the signals below:

Model

NTSC

NTSC-443

PAL-60

PAL-M

PAL

PAL-N

SECAM

720x480i 60Hz

720x480i 60Hz

720x576i 50Hz

720x576i 50Hz

720x483 60Hz

720x576 50Hz

1280x720p 60Hz

1280x720p 60Hz

1280x720p 50Hz

1920x1080i, 60Hz

1920x1080i, 60Hz

1920x1080i, 50Hz

1920x1080p 24Hz

1920x1080p 24Hz

1920x1080i, 48Hz

1920x1080p 25Hz

1920x1080p 30Hz

1920x1080p 30Hz

1920x1080p 60Hz

1920x1080p 60Hz

1920x1080p 50Hz

640x480,60Hz

640x480,67Hz

640x480,73Hz

640x480,75Hz

640x480,85Hz

800x600,56Hz

800x600,60Hz

800x600,72Hz

800x600,75Hz

800x600,85Hz

832x624,75Hz

1024x768,60Hz

1024x768,70Hz

1024x768,75Hz

1024x768,85Hz

1152x864,70Hz

1152x864,75Hz

1152x870,75Hz

Resolution

NTSC

NTSC 4.43

PAL60

PAL-M

PAL

PAL-N

SECAM

720x480i

720x(1440)x480i

720x576i

720(1440)x576i

720x483(480P)

720x576(576P)

1280x720(720/60P)

1280x720(720/60P)

1280x720(720/50P)

1920x1080,(1080/60i)

1920x1080,(1080/50i)

1920x1080(1080/24P)

1125 (1080)/ 24sF

1920x1080(1080/25P)

1920x1080(1080/30P)

1920x1080(1080/60P)

1920x1080(1080/60P)

1920x1080(1080/50P)

640x480

800x600

832x624

1024x768

1152x864

1152x870

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56.3

57.3

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74.2

148.5

148.4

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30.2

31.5

65.0

75.0

78.8

94.5

94.2

108.0

100.0

74.3

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74.2

74.3

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74.2

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1280x720,50Hz

1280x720,60Hz

1280x768,60Hz

1280x768,75Hz

1280x768,85Hz

1280x800,50Hz

1280x800,60Hz

1280x800,75Hz

1280x800,85Hz

1280x960,60Hz

1280x1024,60Hz

1280x1024,70Hz

1280x1024,75Hz

1280x1024,85Hz

1366x768,50Hz

1366x768,60Hz

1400x1050,60Hz

1400x1050,75Hz

1440x900,60Hz

1600x900,50Hz

1600x900,60Hz

1600x1200,60Hz

1680x1050,60Hz

1920x1080,60Hz

1920x1200,60Hz

1280x720

1280x768

1280x800

1280x960

1280x1024

1366x768

1400x1050

1440x900

1600x900

1600x1200

1680x1050

1920x1080

1920x1200

85.0

49.9

59.8

60.0

74.9

59.9

50.0

60.0

60.0

60.0

59.9

60.0

49.8

59.9

59.9

74.9

84.8

50.0

59.8

74.9

84.9

60.0

60.0

72.0

75.0

91.1

39.6

47.7

65.3

82.3

55.9

46.3

55.9

75.0

65.3

66.6

74.0

37.1

44.8

47.8

60.3

68.6

41.3

49.7

62.8

71.6

60.0

64.0

78.2

80.0

157.5

69.0

84.8

121.8

156.0

106.5

97.0

119.0

162.0

146.3

138.5

154.0

60.5

74.5

79.5

102.3

117.5

68.0

83.5

106.5

122.5

108.0

108.0

135.1

135.0

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The specification is subject to change without any prior notice.

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Appendix

Configurations of terminals

COMPUTER IN 1/SCART, COMPUTER IN 2/MONITIOR OUT

Terminal : Analog RGB (D-sub 15 pin )

5

15

10

4

14

9

3

13

8

2

12

7

1

11

6

1 Red (Input/output)

2 Green (Input/output)

3 Blue (Input/output)

4 -----

5 Grounding (line synchronizing)

9 -----

10 Grounding (field synchronizing)

11 Grounding

12 DDC data

CONTROL terminal (D-SUB-9 pin)

1 -----

2 RXD

3 TXD

4 -----

5 GND

6 Grounding (red)

7 Grounding (green)

8 Grounding (blue)

LAN terminal

8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

6 -----

7 -----

8 -----

9 -----

USB-B terminal

1 2

4 3

14 Vertical synchronizing input/output

15 DDC Clock

1 TX +

2 TX -

3 -----

4 -----

1 V Bus

2 Data -

3 Data +

4 GND

7

8

5

6

-----

-----

RX +

RX -

HDMI terminal (HDMI Type A 19 pin)

19 17 15 13 11 9

18 16 14 12 10 8

7 5

6 4

3

2

1

1 TMDS Data2+

2 TMDS Data2 Shield

3 TMDS Data2–

4 TMDS Data1+

5 TMDS Data1 Shield

6 TMDS Data1–

7 TMDS Data0+

8 TMDS Data0 Shield

9 TMDS Data0–

10 TMDS Clock+

11 TMDS Clock Shield

12 TMDS Clock–

13 CEC

14 Reserved (N.C. on device)

15 SCL

16 SDA

17 DDC/CEC Ground

18 +5V Power

19 Hot Plug Detect

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Appendix

Content of hazardous substances and elements

Name of parts

Optical parts *1

Pb

Hg

Hazardous substances and elements

Cd

Cr6+

PBB

PBDE

Electric parts *2

Cabinet, mechanical parts

Lamp unit

Batteries

Others(Remote contro,

○ cable and other parts)

 ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

○: It means that contents of hazardous substances in all homogeneous materials in this part don’t

exceed “Required Limitations” specified in SJ/T11363-2006.

×: It means that contents of hazardous substances in at least one homogeneous material in this part

exceed “Required Limitations” specified in SJ/T11363-2006.

Note:

*1 :

Optical parts includes optical lens, monitor, reflection lens ect.

*2 :

Electric parts includes PCB, internal wires, fans, power sulpply, sensors etc.

PIN code memorandum

Write down the PIN code in the blank below and keep it, please contact the repair center.

Factory default PIN code 111*

PIN code lock

Factory default PIN code 111*

Locking startup-animation PIN code

*If this 3-digit number is changed, the factory default number will be ineffective.

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Appendix

Dimensions

76

67

162

185

254

Unit: mm

Screw Holes for Ceiling Mount

Screw: M4

Depth: 10.0

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RS232 Control Method

1. Connection

1.1 Port Setting

Item

Method

Bits per seconds

Data bits

Parity

Stop bits

Flow control

Value

Asynchronous communication

19200

8 none

1 none

1.2 Wiring

Connect the computer and projector with RS232 direct cable.

PC Projector

COM Control Port

Appendix

D-Sub 9 Pin

) (

D-Sub 9 Pin

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Appendix

2. Commands

Case sensitive, each command end by[CR](Carriage). The time out for each command is one second. If you want to cancel the time out setting temporarily. Please send "#!"[CR].( It should be sent within one second).

Command

A00

A01

A02

A05

A06

A07

Item

POWER ON

POWER OFF (Quick Power OFF)

POWER OFF

Computer 1

Computer 2

Component

Command

A16

A17

A33

A34

A36

Memory Viewer

USB Display

Item

Video

S-video

HDMI

2.1 POWER ON

Command “A00”[CR] (Hex: 41 30 30 0d)

Details Power on when projector standby

Return

OK

NG

[ ACK ][ CR ]

“?” [ CR ]

2.2 POWER OFF (Quick Power OFF)

Command “ A01 ”[ CR ] ( Hex: 41 30 31 0d )

Details Power Off immediately

Return

OK

NG

[ ACK ][ CR ]

“?” [ CR ]

2.3 POWER OFF

Command “ A02 ”[ CR ] ( Hex: 41 30 32 0d )

Details

Return

"Power off?" displays while send the command, just like press the "POWER"key.

OK

NG

[ ACK ][

“?” [

CR

CR

]

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Appendix

2.4 Computer1

Command “ A05 ”[ CR ] ( Hex: 41 30 35 0d )

Details

Return

Change the input to "Computer1".

OK

NG

[ ACK ][

“?” [

CR

CR

]

2.5 Computer 2

Command “ A06 ”[ CR ] ( Hex: 41 30 36 0d )

Details

Return

When COMPUER IN 2/MONOTOR OUT ternima is used as COMPUTER IN 2,Change the input to "Computer 2".

OK

NG

[ ACK ][

“?” [

CR

CR

]

2.6 Component

Command “ A07 ”[ CR ] (Hex: 41 30 37 0d )

Details Change the input to "Component".

Return

OK

NG

[ ACK ][ CR ]

“?” [ CR ]

2.7 Memory Viewer

Command “ A16 ”[ CR ] ( Hex: 41 31 36 0d )

Details

Return

Change the input to "Memory Viewer".

OK

NG

[ ACK ][

“?” [

CR

CR

]

2.8 USB Display

Command “ A17 ”[ CR ] ( Hex: 41 31 37 0d )

Details

Return

Change the input to "USB Display".

OK

NG

[ ACK ][

“?” [

CR

CR

]

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Appendix

2.9 Video

Command “ A33 ”[ CR ] (Hex: 41 33 33 0d )

Details

Return

Change the input to "Video".

OK

NG

[ ACK ][

“?” [

CR

CR

]

2.10 S-video

Command “ A34 ”[ CR ] (Hex: 41 33 34 0d )

Details Change the input to "S-video".

Return

OK

NG

[ ACK ][ CR ]

“?” [ CR ]

2.11 HDMI

Command “ A36 ”[ CR ] (Hex: 41 33 36 0d )

Details Change the input to "HDMI".

Return

OK

NG

[ ACK ][ CR ]

“?” [ CR ]

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FCC Caution

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.

NOTE 1: 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.

NOTE 2: Any changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.

ASK Proxima, Inc.

Phone

1-855-899-6825

Email

[email protected]

Mailing Address

3848 Carson Street, Suite 220

Torrance, CA. 90503

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