Epson EB-Z10000U User`s guide

Epson EB-Z10000U User`s guide
User's Guide
Safety Instructions
Safety indications
The documentation and the projector use graphical symbols to show how to use the projector safely.
The indications and their meaning are as follows. Make sure you understand them properly before reading the guide.
Warning
This symbol indicates information that, if ignored, could result in personal injury or even death due to incorrect handling.
Caution
This symbol indicates information that, if ignored, could result in personal injury or physical damage due to incorrect handling.
General information indications
Attention
a
Indicates contents that could cause damage or malfunction to the projector.
Indicates additional information and points which may be useful to know regarding a topic.
s
Indicates a page where detailed information regarding a topic can be found.
g
Indicates that an explanation of the underlined word or words in front of this symbol appears in the glossary of terms. See the "Glossary" section of the
"Appendix".
s "Glossary" p.226
[Name]
Menu Name
Indicates the name of the buttons on the remote control or the control panel.
Example: [Esc] button
Indicates the Configuration menu items.
Example:
Select Brightness from Image.
Image - Brightness
Safety Warning and Cautions
Make sure you read the following before you use the projector.
s Safety Instructions
Warning and Cautions on Installation
An optional ceiling mount is required when suspending the projector from
a ceiling.
s "Optional Accessories" p.198
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Warning
• Do not use or install the projector where it may be subject to water or rain,
or high humidity, such as outdoors, in a bathroom, or shower room, and so
on. Otherwise, it could cause a fire or electric shock.
• A special method of installation is required when suspending the projector
from a ceiling (ceiling mount). If installation work is not carried out
correctly, the projector could fall down. This may result in injury or
accidents. Contact your local dealer or the nearest address provided in the
Epson Projector Contact List.
s Epson Projector Contact List
• When installing the projector on the ceiling, make sure you take measures to
prevent it from falling such as passing a wire through the handles.
• If you use adhesives on the ceiling mount fixing points to prevent the screws
from loosening, or if you use things such as lubricants or oils on the
projector, the projector case may crack causing it to fall from its ceiling
mount. This could cause an accident or injury to anyone under the ceiling
mount.
When installing or adjusting the ceiling mount, do not use adhesives to
prevent the screws from loosening and do not use oils or lubricants and so
on.
• Do not cover the projector's air intake vent or air exhaust vent. If either of
the vents is covered, the internal temperature could rise and cause a fire.
• Do not place flammable objects in front of the lens. If you set the schedule to
turn on the projector automatically, any flammable objects placed in front of
the lens could cause a fire.
• Do not tie the power cord and other connection cables together. Otherwise, it
could cause a fire.
• Only use the specified power-supply voltage. Otherwise, it could cause a fire
or electric shock.
Safety Warning and Cautions
Warning
• Be careful when handling the power cord. Otherwise, it could cause a fire or
electric shock. Note the following when handling the power cord.
- Do not plug multiple power cords in a single electric outlet.
- Do not plug in the power cord if there are any foreign substances, such
as dust, stuck to it.
- Make sure you insert the power cord all the way in.
- Do not plug in or unplug the power cord with wet hands.
- Do not pull the cord when unplugging the power cord. Make sure you
hold it by the plug.
• Do not use a damaged power cord. Otherwise, it could cause a fire or electric
shock. Note the following when handling the power cord.
- Do not alter the power cord.
- Do not place any heavy objects on the power cord.
- Do not bend, twist, or pull the power cord forcibly.
- Do not layout the power cord near a heating device.
• When using the power cord in an area where the power-supply voltage is less
than 120 V, make sure that the power is supplied from an outlet with more
than 15 A.
• Do not share the outlet that you are using for the projector with other
devices.
Caution
Do not place the projector on an unstable surface, such as on an unstable table
or tilted surface. When projecting vertically, install the projector appropriately
to prevent the projector from falling.
Otherwise it may cause an injury.
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Attention
• Do not install the projector in a location that is subject to vibration or
shock.
• Do not install the projector near a high-voltage line or object that generates
magnetism. Otherwise the projector may not work correctly.
• Do not use or store the projector in a location that is subject to extreme
temperatures. Also, avoid sudden temperature changes.
Make sure you use or store the projector in a place that is within the
following operating or storage temperature ranges.
- Operating temperature range: 0 to +50˚C* (No condensation)
- Storage temperature range: -10 to +60˚C (No condensation)
*
At an altitude of 0 to 1,499 m, the operating temperature is 0 to
+50˚C when Power Consumption is set to ECO or Temp
Interlock, and 0 to +45˚C when it is set to Normal.
At an altitude of 0 to 1,500 m, the operating temperature is 0 to
+45˚C when Power Consumption is set to ECO or Temp
Interlock, and 0 to +40˚C when it is set to Normal.
• When using at an altitude of 1,500 m or more, set High Altitude Mode to
On.
s Extended - Operation - High Altitude Mode p.122
Safety Warning and Cautions
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Attention
Attention
• When projecting with the projector tilted, do not tilt it at more than the
specified angle. This may cause malfunctions or accidents to occur.
• Make sure there is a gap at least as wide as shown in the following
illustration between the wall and the air exhaust vent and the air intake
vent.
Angle of tilt (when a standard lamp is attached)
Air exhaust vent
Air intake vent
• When setting up multiple projectors, make sure there is a gap at least as wide
as shown in the following illustration between the projectors. Also, make sure
that the heat from the air exhaust vent does not go into the air intake
vent.
Do not use the projector upside down.
Using the projector at angles not shown in the illustrations above may
damage it or cause an accident.
For the operating conditions when attaching the lamp unit (for portrait use),
see the following.
s "Notes on portrait projection" p.6
• Once installation is complete, make sure you set the Direction. Otherwise the
lamp's operating life may be reduced significantly.
s "Setting the direction" p.30
• Using the projector at an improper angle or setting the Configuration menu
incorrectly causes malfunctions and shortens the operating life of optical
parts.
• Do not place the projector directly on top of another projector.
Safety Warning and Cautions
Attention
• When installing the projector on a surface other than the floor, use the four
ceiling mount fixing points to secure the projector. Never detach the handles.
If you use the projector without handles, it may cause a malfunction.
• When installing the projector on the ceiling, remove the feet and attach the
supplied foot covers.
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Notes on portrait projection
An optional frame is required for portrait projection.
s "Optional Accessories" p.198
Attention
• When performing portrait projection, attach lamp units (for portrait use) on
both Lamp 1 and Lamp 2. If dedicated lamps are not used, the projector does
not cool down correctly, and it may cause a malfunction.
s "Optional Accessories" p.198
• The feet can be attached and removed. Note that the feet will detach if they
are extended more than 10 mm.
After removing the feet, make sure you attach the supplied foot covers.
• Make sure you install the projector with the air intake vent facing down. If
the air intake vent is facing up, the projector does not cool down correctly,
and it may cause a malfunction.
Angle of tilt
• Do not use the screw holes for the feet to secure the projector or attach other
screws, and so on. Otherwise malfunctions may occur.
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• We recommend setting the focus, zoom, and lens shift at least 20
minutes after you start the projection, because images are not stable
right after turning on the projector.
• When adjusting the vertical lens shift, adjust by moving the image
from the bottom to the top. If it is adjusted from the top to the
bottom, the image position may move down slightly after adjusting.
Using the projector at angles not shown in the illustrations above may
damage it or cause an accident.
• Make sure that you install the projector with the air intake vent facing down
and that there is a gap at least as wide as shown in the following illustration
between the projector and the floor and so on.
Safety Warning and Cautions
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• You cannot rotate the display direction for the menu, message, and
so on.
• When performing portrait projection, you do not need to set the
Direction.
• Power Consumption is disabled.
s Settings - Power Consumption p.121
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Warning and Cautions on Usage
Warning
• Do not cover the projector's air intake vent or air exhaust vent. If either of
the vents is covered, the internal temperature could rise and cause a fire.
• Do not look into the lens while projecting.
Caution
Do not place objects that may become warped or otherwise affected by heat
near the air exhaust vent and do not put your face or hands near the vent
while projection is in progress.
Attention
• Do not repeatedly turn off the power and immediately back on. Turning the
power on and off frequently may shorten the lamp's operating life.
• Only remove the lens unit when necessary. If dust or dirt enters the
projector, projection quality deteriorates or it could cause a malfunction.
• Try not to touch the lens section with your hand or fingers. If fingerprints or
oils are left on the surface of the lens, projection quality deteriorates.
• Store the projector with the lens unit attached.
If the projector is stored without the lens unit, dust and dirt may get inside
the projector and cause malfunctions or lower the quality of projection.
• Do not store the projector with the front side facing up.
• When storing, make sure you remove the batteries from the remote control.
If the batteries are left in the remote control for an extended period of time,
they may leak.
Safety Warning and Cautions
Notes on Transporting
There are many glass parts and precision components inside the projector.
To prevent damage due to impacts when transporting, handle the projector
as follows.
Caution
The projector should not be carried by one person. Two people are needed to
unpack or carry the projector.
Attention
• When Moving Nearby
- Turn off the power to the projector and disconnect all cables.
- Attach the cover to the lens.
• When Transporting
After checking the points in "When Moving Nearby", prepare the following
and then pack up the projector.
- Retract the feet for storing.
- Remove the lens unit if an optional lens, other than the standard zoom
lens, is attached.
Attach the standard zoom lens if the projector has a built-in lens. If the
projector does not have a lens, attach the cover that was on the lens
mount when you purchased the projector.
- The vertical and horizontal lens shifts are positioned in the center.
- Enclose the projector securely in packaging material to protect it from
shock, and place it into a strong cardboard container. Be sure to notify
the carrier company that it is precision equipment.
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Contents
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Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Introduction
ID Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the projector ID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Checking the projector ID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the remote control ID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Connecting Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Part Names and Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Front/Top . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Rear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Base . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Control panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Remote Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replacing the remote control batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Remote control operating range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Preparing the Projector
Installing the Projector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Attaching the Projector Lens Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Attaching . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Attaching and Removing the Interface Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Attaching . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installation Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the direction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing the direction of the image (Projection) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting the lamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Screen Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjusting the position of the image on the projected screen . . . . . . . . . .
Displaying a Test Pattern . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjusting the Position of the Projected Image (Lens shift) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjusting the tilt of the projected image (for normal installment) . . . . . . .
Adjusting the Zoom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjusting the Focus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
When using a short throw zoom lens ELPLU02 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Connecting a Computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting Image Sources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting to an External Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting a LAN Cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting an HDBaseT Transmitter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing the Wireless LAN Unit (ELPAP07) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the Quick Wireless Connection USB Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Batch Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Setup Using a USB flash drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Saving settings to the USB flash drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reflecting saved settings to other projectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setup by Connecting the Computer and Projector with a USB Cable . . . . . .
Saving settings to a computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reflecting saved settings to other projectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
When Setup Fails . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Basic Usage
Projecting Images . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Automatically Detect Input Signals and Change the Projected Image (Search) . . . . 58
Switching to the Target Image . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Adjusting Projected Images . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Correcting Distortion in the Projected Image . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
H/V-Keystone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Quick Corner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Curved Surface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Point Correction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Corner Wall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting the Projection Quality (Selecting Color Mode) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Contents
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Setting Auto Iris . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing the Aspect Ratio of the Projected Image . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing methods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjusting the Image . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjusting the Hue, Saturation, and Brightness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Gamma adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Frame Interpolation (EB-Z10005U/EB-Z10000U/EB-Z9875U/EB-Z9870U/EBZ9750U only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Projecting 3D Images . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Useful Functions
Multi-Projection Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Edge Blending . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjust the overlapping area of the images (Edge Blending) . . . . . . .
Correcting the brightness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fine-tuning the color balance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Combining Scaled Images . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Projection Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
Projecting Two Images Simultaneously (Split Screen) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operating procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Restrictions during split screen projection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hiding the Image Temporarily (Shutter) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Freezing the Image (Freeze) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Enlarging Part of the Image (E-Zoom) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Saving a User's Logo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Memory Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
Saving/Loading/Erasing the Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
Scheduling Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Setting the Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Saving a Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting a schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Lamp Relay Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Checking a schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
Editing a schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
Security Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
Managing Users (Password Protection) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Kinds of Password Protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Password Protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Entering the Password . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Restricting Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Control Panel Lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Lens Operation Lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Remote Control Button Lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Anti-Theft Lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing the wire lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Configuration Menu
Using the Configuration Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
List of Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115
Configuration Menu Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Network Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Image Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Signal Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Settings Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Extended Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Network Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Notes on operating the Network menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Soft keyboard operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Basic menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wireless LAN Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Search access point screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Security menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wired LAN menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mail menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Others menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reset Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Info Menu (Display Only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136
Reset Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138
Maintenance
Troubleshooting
Using the Help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140
Reading the Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141
Reading Status Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150
Checking the Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Understanding the screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the screen display (LCD) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Explanations of the Display Content . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Problem Solving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 160
Problems Relating to Images . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
No images appear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Moving images are not displayed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Projection stops automatically . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Not supported. is displayed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
No Signal. is displayed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Images are fuzzy, out of focus, or distorted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Interference or distortion appear in images . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The image is truncated (large) or small, the aspect is not suitable, or the image has
been reversed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Image colors are not correct . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Images appear dark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Problems when Projection Starts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The projector does not turn on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Other Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The remote control does not turn on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Nothing appears on the external monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
I want to change the language for messages and menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Email is not received even if a problem occurs in the projector . . . . . . . . . . . .
The battery that saves your clock settings is running low. is displayed . . . . . . .
Cannot change settings using a Web browser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Event ID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 170
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Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 172
Cleaning the Projector's Surface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 172
Cleaning the Lens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 172
Cleaning the Air Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 172
Replacing Consumables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 175
Replacing the Lamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Lamp replacement period . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How to replace the lamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Resetting the lamp hours . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replacing the Air Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Air filter replacement period . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How to replace the air filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Image Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 181
Panel Alignment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 181
Color Uniformity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 183
Appendix
Monitoring and Controlling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 186
About EasyMP Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
About Message Broadcasting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing Settings Using a Web Browser (Web Control) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the projector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Displaying the Web Control Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the Using Mail Notification to Report Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reading error notification emails . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Management Using SNMP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Displaying the Web Remote Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operating the lens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ESC/VP21 Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Command list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cable layouts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
About PJLink . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
About Crestron RoomView . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operating the projector from the computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Optional Accessories and Consumables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 198
Optional Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 198
Consumables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 199
Screen Size and Projection Distance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200
for EB-Z10005U/EB-Z10000U/EB-Z9875U/EB-Z9870U/EB-Z9750U/EB-Z11000W/EBZ9900W/EB-Z9800W . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Standard zoom lens ELPLS04 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Short throw zoom lens ELPLU02 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Rear projection wide lens ELPLR04 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wide zoom lens ELPLW04 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Middle throw zoom lens ELPLM06 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Middle throw zoom lens ELPLM07 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Long throw zoom lens ELPLL07 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Projection Distances for EB-Z11005/EB-Z11000/EB-Z9870 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Standard zoom lens ELPLS04 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Short throw zoom lens ELPLU02 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Rear projection wide lens ELPLR04 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wide zoom lens ELPLW04 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Middle throw zoom lens ELPLM06 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Middle throw zoom lens ELPLM07 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Long throw zoom lens ELPLL07 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Supported Monitor Displays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 218
Supported Resolutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Computer signals (analog RGB) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Component video . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Composite video . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Input Signals from the DVI-D input port, HDMI input port, and HDBaseT port*1.
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Input Signals from SDI Input Port(For EB-Z10005U/EB-Z10000U/EB-Z9875U/EBZ9870U only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220
Projector General Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220
Appearance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 225
Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 226
General Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 228
About Notations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 228
Trademarks and Copyrights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 229
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 230
Introduction
This chapter explains the names for each part.
Part Names and Functions
14
The illustrations in this guide are for projectors with the standard zoom
lens ELPLS04.
Name
C Air intake vent
(Air filter)
Takes in air to cool the projector internally. If dust collects
here it can cause the internal temperature to rise, and this
can lead to problems with operation and shorten the
optical engine's service life. Be sure to clean the air filter
regularly.
s "Cleaning the Air Filter" p.172
s "Replacing the Air Filter" p.179
D Front feet
When setting up on a desk, turn to extend and retract to
adjust the horizontal tilt.
The front feet can be removed when the projector is
installed on a ceiling.
s "Adjusting the tilt of the projected image (for normal
installment)" p.36
E Remote receiver
Receives signals from the remote control.
s "Remote control operating range" p.24
F Interface cover
Remove this cover to connect cables to the ports inside
when connecting the projector to video equipment.
s "Interface" p.16
s "Attaching and Removing the Interface Cover"
p.28
Function
G Projection lens
Images are projected through here.
Use these handles when carrying the projector. Also, you
can pass an anti-theft wire lock through the handle to
secure the projector.
s "Installing the wire lock" p.112
H Interface cover
removal switch
Operate this when removing the interface cover.
s "Attaching and Removing the Interface Cover"
p.28
I Interface cover
removal button
Operate this when removing the interface cover.
s "Attaching and Removing the Interface Cover"
p.28
J Cable wiring slot (top)
Remove the cover, and pass the cable up through here.
s "Attaching and Removing the Interface Cover"
p.28
K Lens replacement
cover
Remove when attaching or removing the lens.
s "Attaching the Projector Lens Unit" p.26
Front/Top
Name
A Handles
B Security slot (
)
Function
The security slot is compatible with the Microsaver
Security System manufactured by Kensington.
s "Installing the wire lock" p.112
Part Names and Functions
Name
L Ceiling mount fixing
points
(4 points)
15
Function
Attach the optional ceiling mount here when suspending
the projector from a ceiling.
s "Optional Accessories" p.198
Rear
Name
Function
A Air exhaust vent
(Lamp cover)
Exhaust vent for air used to cool the projector internally.
Open this cover to replace the projector's lamps.
B Rear feet
When setting up on a desk, turn to extend and retract to
adjust the horizontal tilt.
The front feet can be removed when the projector is
installed on a ceiling.
s "Adjusting the tilt of the projected image (for normal
installment)" p.36
C Lamp cover open lever
Use this lever to open the lamp cover.
s "Replacing the Lamp" p.175
D Remote receiver
Receives signals from the remote control.
s "Remote control operating range" p.24
E Status indicators
The color of the indicators and whether they are flashing
or lit indicate the status of the projector.
s "Reading the Indicators" p.141
F Control panel
s "Control panel" p.18
Part Names and Functions
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Base
Interface
You can access the following ports by removing the interface cover. For
information on how to remove the interface cover and connect video
equipment, see the following.
s "Attaching and Removing the Interface Cover" p.28
s "Connecting Equipment" p.41
Name
Function
A Cable wiring slot
(bottom)
Remove the cover, and pass the cable down through here.
s "Attaching and Removing the Interface Cover"
p.28
B Front feet
s "Adjusting the tilt of the projected image (for normal
installment)" p.36
C Rear feet
s "Adjusting the tilt of the projected image (for normal
installment)" p.36
Name
Function
A SDI input port
(For EB-Z10005U/EBZ10000U/EB-Z9875U/
EB-Z9870U only)
Inputs SDI signals from video equipment.
B BNC input port
For analog RGB signals from a computer and component
video signals from other video sources.
C Video input port
For composite video signals from video sources.
Part Names and Functions
Name
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Function
D S-Video input port
For S-video signals from video sources.
E Computer input port
For analog RGB signals from a computer and component
video signals from other video sources.
F Cable holder
Insert the supplied cord clamp here to prevent the cord
from falling out.
G Power inlet
Connects the power cord to the projector.
The shape may differ depending on your projector model.
H Remote port
Connects the optional remote control cable set and inputs
signals from the remote control. When the remote control
cable is plugged into this port, the remote receiver on the
projector is disabled.
s "Optional Accessories" p.198
I RS-232C port
When controlling the projector from a computer, connect
it to the computer with an RS-232C cable.
s "Serial connection" p.191
J Service port
This port is used by maintenance personnel to control the
projector. This is used for batch settings.
s "Batch Setup" p.49
Name
Function
K Wireless LAN unit port
• Connects the optional wireless LAN unit.
s "Installing the Wireless LAN Unit (ELPAP07)"
p.47
• Connects the optional Quick Wireless Connection USB
Key.
s "Using the Quick Wireless Connection USB Key"
p.48
• This is used for batch settings.
s "Batch Setup" p.49
L Monitor out port
Outputs analog RGB signals input from the Computer
input port or the BNC input port to an external monitor.
This is not available for component video signals or other
signals being input from any port other than the
Computer input port or the BNC input port.
s "Cable layouts" p.191
M HDMI input port
Inputs image signals from HDMI compatible video
equipment and computers. This projector is compatible
with HDCPg.
N Cable holder
Insert the supplied HDMI cable clamp here to prevent the
HDMI cable from falling out.
O DVI-D input port
Inputs the computer DVI-D signals.
Part Names and Functions
Name
18
Function
P LAN port
Connects a LAN cable to connect to a network.
s "Connecting a LAN Cable" p.45
Q HDBaseT port
Connects a LAN cable to the optional HDBaseT
Transmitter.
s "Connecting an HDBaseT Transmitter" p.46
Control panel
Name
A [
] button
Function
Press to turn on the projector.
B [t] button
Press to turn off the projector.
C Change input buttons
Press to change to signals from each input port.
s "Switching to the Target Image" p.59
The [SDI] button is only available for EB-Z10005U/EBZ10000U/EB-Z9875U/EB-Z9870U.
D [Auto] button
If pressed while projecting analog RGB signals from the
Computer input port or the BNC input port, you can
automatically optimize Tracking, Sync., and Position.
Part Names and Functions
Name
E [Lens Shift] button
19
Function
Press to adjust the lens shift.
s "Adjusting the Position of the Projected Image (Lens
shift)" p.35
If pressed for more than five seconds, the lens position
returns to the center.
Name
N [
Function
Press to display the Control Panel Lock screen allowing
you to make settings to lock the control panel buttons.
s "Restricting Operation" p.110
] button
O [ ][ ][
buttons
][
]
Press to select the menu items and setting values for status
monitor to monitor the projector's status.
F [Zoom] button
Press to adjust the zoom.
s "Adjusting the Zoom" p.37
P Status monitor
Displays the projector's status by character information.
s "Reading Status Monitor" p.150
G [Focus] button
Press to adjust the focus.
s "Adjusting the Focus" p.37
Q [Menu] button
Press to display and close the Configuration menu.
s "Using the Configuration Menu" p.114
H [Shutter] button
Press to turn the signals on or off temporarily.
s "Hiding the Image Temporarily (Shutter)" p.94
I [Test Pattern] button
Displays a test pattern.
s "Displaying a Test Pattern" p.34
J [
If pressed while the Configuration menu or the Help
screen is displayed, it determines an item or moves to the
next level.
s "Using the Configuration Menu" p.114
] button
K [ ][ ][ ][ ]
buttons
• Press to adjust focus, zoom, and lens shift.
s "Adjusting the Position of the Projected Image
(Lens shift)" p.35
s "Adjusting the Zoom" p.37
s "Adjusting the Focus" p.37
• If pressed when the Configuration menu or the Help
screen is displayed, menu items and setting values are
selected.
s "Using the Configuration Menu" p.114
L [Esc] button
• Press to stop the current function.
• If pressed when the Configuration menu is displayed, it
returns to the previous menu level.
s "Using the Configuration Menu" p.114
M [
] button
Press to turn on or off the buttons on the control panel and
the status monitor.
Part Names and Functions
Remote Control
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Name
A [
] button
Function
Press to turn the projector on.
B [t] button
Press to turn the projector off.
C Change input buttons
Press to change to signals from each input port.
s "Switching to the Target Image" p.59
The [SDI] button is only available for EB-Z10005U/EBZ10000U/EB-Z9875U/EB-Z9870U.
D [Aspect] button
Each time the button is pressed, the aspect mode changes.
s "Changing the Aspect Ratio of the Projected Image"
p.72
E [Auto] button
If pressed while projecting analog RGB signals from the
Computer input port or the BNC input port, you can
automatically optimize Tracking, Sync., and Position.
F [Freeze] button
Press to pause or unpause the images.
s "Freezing the Image (Freeze)" p.95
G [Test Pattern] button
Displays a test pattern.
s "Displaying a Test Pattern" p.34
H [Lens Shift] button
Press to adjust the lens shift.
s "Adjusting the Position of the Projected Image (Lens
shift)" p.35
If pressed for more than five seconds, the lens position
returns to the center.
I [Zoom] button
Press to adjust the zoom.
s "Adjusting the Zoom" p.37
J [Menu] button
Press to display and close the Configuration menu.
s "Using the Configuration Menu" p.114
Part Names and Functions
Name
K [ ][ ][ ][ ]
buttons
L [
] button
M [Split] button
N [Page] buttons
[[][]]
O [User 1] button
[User 2] button
[User 3] button
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Function
Name
Function
• Press to adjust focus, zoom, and lens shift.
s "Adjusting the Position of the Projected Image
(Lens shift)" p.35
s "Adjusting the Zoom" p.37
s "Adjusting the Focus" p.37
• When the Configuration menu or the Help screen is
displayed, pressing these buttons selects menu items
and setting values.
s "Using the Configuration Menu" p.114
• When using the optional wireless mouse receiver,
pressing these buttons moves the pointer.
s "Optional Accessories" p.198
P Numeric buttons
• Enter the password.
s "Setting Password Protection" p.108
• Use this button to enter numbers in Network settings in
the Configuration menu.
Q [ID] button
Hold down this button and press the numeric buttons to
select the ID for the projector you want to operate using
the remote control.
s "ID Settings" p.39
R [ID] switch
Press this switch to enable (On)/disable (Off) ID settings
for the remote control.
s "ID Settings" p.39
• If pressed while the Configuration menu or the Help
screen is displayed, it determines an item or moves to
the next level.
s "Using the Configuration Menu" p.114
• Acts as a mouse's left button when using the optional
wireless mouse receiver.
s "Optional Accessories" p.198
S Remote port
Connects the optional remote control cable set and
outputs signals from the remote control.
s "Optional Accessories" p.198
When the remote control cable is plugged into this remote
port, the remote control light-emitting area is disabled.
T [Help] button
Press to display and closes the Help screen which shows
you how to deal with problems if they occur.
s "Using the Help" p.140
U [Num] button
Hold down this button and press the numeric buttons to
enter passwords and numbers.
s "Setting Password Protection" p.108
V [E-Zoom] buttons
[z][x]
Press to enlarge or reduce the image without changing the
projection size.
s "Enlarging Part of the Image (E-Zoom)" p.95
W [Default] button
Enabled when "[Default]: Reset" is displayed on the
Configuration menu guide. The settings being adjusted
are returned to their default values.
s "Using the Configuration Menu" p.114
Each time you press the button, the image changes
between projecting two images simultaneously by
splitting the projected screen, or projecting one image as
normal.
s "Projecting Two Images Simultaneously (Split
Screen)" p.91
• Moves to the previous or next image file when
projecting images from a computer connected via a
network.
• When using the optional wireless mouse receiver, you
can change the PowerPoint file page during projection
by pressing the page up/page down buttons.
Select any frequently used item from the nine available
Configuration menu items, and assign it to one of these
buttons.
s "Settings Menu" p.121
Part Names and Functions
Name
X [Esc] button
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Function
• Press to stop the current function.
• If pressed when the Configuration menu is displayed, it
moves to the previous level.
s "Using the Configuration Menu" p.114
• Acts as a mouse's right button when using the optional
wireless mouse receiver.
s "Optional Accessories" p.198
Y [Focus] button
Press to adjust the focus.
s "Adjusting the Focus" p.37
Z [Shutter] button
Press to turn the image on or off temporarily.
s "Hiding the Image Temporarily (Shutter)" p.94
a [Color Mode] button
Each time the button is pressed, the color mode changes.
s "Selecting the Projection Quality (Selecting Color
Mode)" p.70
b [Search] button
Press to change to the next input source that is sending an
image.
s "Automatically Detect Input Signals and Change the
Projected Image (Search)" p.58
c [
Press to illuminate the buttons on the remote control for
approximately 15 seconds. This is useful when using the
remote control in the dark.
] button
d Indicator
A light is emitted when outputting remote control signals.
e Remote control lightemitting area
Outputs remote control signals.
You can perform the following operations by simply pressing one of the
buttons on the remote control.
Operation
Selecting the password security settings.
s "Managing Users (Password
Protection)" p.107
Set
Hold down the [Freeze] button for more
than five seconds. The Password Protection
screen is displayed, and you can select
various settings.
Locking or unlocking some of the operation Hold down the [Help] button for more than
of the buttons on the remote control.
five seconds.
s "Restricting Operation" p.110
Initializing the settings for the remote
receiver in the Configuration menu.
(Enables all Remote receiver for this
projector.)
Hold down the [Menu] button for more than
15 seconds.
Displaying frequently used Configuration
menu items.
Press the [User1], [User2], or [User3]
button. You can set the menu item you want
to assign to each button in User Button.
s Settings - User Button p.121
The following items can be assigned.
Power Consumption, Info, Progressive,
Geometric Correction, Multi-Projection,
Resolution, Memory, Image Processing, or
On-Screen Display
When you press the button for which OnScreen Display is assigned, menu or
messages are not displayed on the screen.
When the same button is pressed, they are
displayed again. If On-Screen Display is
enabled, you cannot operate the
Configuration menu (except switching the
Color Mode and input source).
Part Names and Functions
Replacing the remote control batteries
If delays in the responsiveness of the remote control occur or if it does not
operate after it has been used for some time, it could mean that the
batteries are running low. When this happens, replace them with new
batteries. Have two AA size alkaline or manganese batteries ready. You
cannot use other batteries except for the AA size alkaline or manganese.
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b
Replace the old batteries with new batteries.
Attention
Make sure you read the following manual before handling the batteries.
s Safety Instructions
a
Remove the battery cover.
Release the battery compartment cover catch, and then lift up the
cover.
Caution
Check the positions of the (+) and (-) marks inside the battery holder to
ensure the batteries are inserted the correct way.
If the batteries are not used correctly, they could explode or leak causing
a fire, injury, or damage to the product.
c
Reattach the battery cover.
Press the battery compartment cover until it clicks into place.
Part Names and Functions
Remote control operating range
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Preparing the Projector
This chapter explains how to install the projector and connect projection sources.
Installing the Projector
Attaching the Projector Lens Unit
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b
Turn the lock lever counterclockwise.
c
Insert the lens unit straight into the lens insertion section with the
white circle on the lens on top.
Attaching
Attention
• Do not attach the lens unit when the projector's lens insertion section is
facing up. Dust or dirt could enter the projector.
• Try not to touch the lens section with your hand or fingers. If fingerprints or
oils are left on the surface of the lens, projection quality deteriorates.
a
a
To make sure that keystone correction is performed correctly, set the
Lens Type in the Configuration menu according to the lens you are
using.
s Extended - Operation - Advanced - Lens Type p.122
Remove the lens replacement cover.
Lightly press the lens replacement cover. When the rear part rises,
remove the lens replacement cover.
Installing the Projector
d
While holding the lens unit firmly, turn the lock lever clockwise
until it is locked.
Check that the lens cannot be detached.
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Removing
Attention
When replacing the lens unit, turn off the power first. If lens shift has been
performed, set the lens shift to the center before replacing the lens unit.
s "Adjusting the Position of the Projected Image (Lens shift)" p.35
a
e
Attach the lens replacement cover.
Remove the lens replacement cover.
Lightly press the lens replacement cover. When the rear part rises,
remove the lens replacement cover.
Installing the Projector
b
While holding the lens unit firmly, turn the lock lever
counterclockwise until it is unlocked.
Pull the lens unit straight out as it is released.
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Attaching and Removing the Interface Cover
Remove the interface cover before installing the projector so that it is easier
to connect the cable after installation.
Removing
While pushing up the switch, press the button on the side and pull
the interface cover straight out.
Installing the Projector
Attaching
a
Remove the top cover when passing the connected cables from
the top. Remove the bottom cover when passing the connected
cables from the bottom.
b
Press the interface cover along the guide until it clicks into place.
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Installing the Projector
Installation Settings
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d
Press the [ ][ ] buttons to select the installation angle based on
the direction of the projector, and then press the [ ] button.
Setting the direction
When installation is complete, set the Direction in the Configuration menu
according to the vertical installation angle.
Attention
Make sure you set the Direction correctly. Otherwise the lamp's operating life
may be reduced significantly.
a
a
1
When performing portrait projection, you do not need to set the
Direction.
Press the [
A
B
C
D
E
2
] button to turn on the projector.
If the images are out of focus, press the [Focus] button to adjust.
Pointing Up
Angled Up
Normal
Angled Down
Pointing Down
s "Adjusting the Focus" p.37
b
c
3
Press the [Menu] button.
Select Direction from Extended.
4
5
e
When the settings are complete, press the [Menu] button.
Installing the Projector
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Changing the direction of the image (Projection)
You can change the direction of the image using Projection mode in the
Configuration menu.
s Extended - Projection p.122
When Front is used, the image directions for each projection mode are as
follows.
Front (default)
Rear
Front/Upside Down
Selecting the lamp
When the installation is complete, select the lamps you want to turn based
on the usage or condition.
a
b
c
Press the [Menu] button while projecting.
Select Lamp Select from Extended.
Select the lamp to be turned on, and then press the [
] button.
The lamp turns on according to the selection.
Rear/Upside Down
d
Dual
(default)
Both Lamp 1 and Lamp 2 turn on. When one of the lamps
dies, the other lamp remains on.
Single
When the projector is turned on, the lamp with less total
operation time turns on. When one of the lamps dies, the
other lamp turns on.
Lamp 1
Lamp 1 turns on. When Lamp 1 dies, Lamp 2 turns on.
Lamp 2
Lamp 2 turns on. When Lamp 2 dies, Lamp 1 turns on.
Press the [Menu] button to finish making settings.
Installing the Projector
a
• You can specify the date and time and automatically switch the
lamps.
s "Scheduling Function" p.100
• Approximately 120 seconds after changing the Lamp Select settings,
you cannot change Lamp Select or turn off the projector.
• Note that switching the settings for Lamp Select in a short time may
deteriorate the lamps or cause a malfunction.
• When performing Multi-Projection, set it to Dual.
• When a problem or warning occurs in the projector, you may not be
able to set Lamp Select.
• When the brightness of the lamps is reduced due to Temp Interlock,
you cannot set Lamp Select.
s Settings - Power Consumption p.121
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Screen Settings
Set the Screen Type according to the aspect ratio of the screen being used.
The area where the image is displayed matches the shape of the screen.
a
The settings for the Screen Type at the time of purchase are as
follows:
• WUXGA/WXGA projector: 16:10
• XGA projector: 4:3
a
Press the [Menu] button while projecting.
b
c
d
Select Display from Extended.
s "Using the Configuration Menu" p.114
Select Screen Type from Screen.
Select the screen's aspect ratio from 4:3, 16:9, and 16:10.
The shape of the background test pattern changes depending on the
setting.
Installing the Projector
e
Press the [Menu] button to finish making settings.
a
• When you change the Screen Type, adjust the aspect ratio for the
projected image as well.
s "Changing the Aspect Ratio of the Projected Image" p.72
• This function does not support Message Broadcasting (an EasyMP
Monitor plugin).
Adjusting the position of the image on the projected screen
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You can move the image to the left and right.
a
Press the [Menu] button while projecting.
b
c
d
Select Display from Extended.
You can adjust the position of the image if there are margins between the
edge of the image and the projected screen frame due to the Screen Type
setting.
a
s "Using the Configuration Menu" p.114
Select Screen Position from Screen.
Use [
][
][ ][ ] buttons to adjust the position of the image.
You can check the current display position by using the background
test pattern.
The Screen Position cannot be adjusted in the following situations.
• If you are using a WUXGA/WXGA projector and the Screen Type
is set to 16:10
• If you are using an XGA projector and the Screen Type is set to
4:3
Example: If you are using a WUXGA/WXGA projector and the Screen
Type is set to 4:3
e
Press the [Menu] button to finish making settings.
Installing the Projector
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The following image adjustments can be made while the test pattern
is being displayed.
Displaying a Test Pattern
A test pattern can be displayed to adjust the projection status without
connecting video equipment.
Top Menu Name
Color Mode s p.70
Image
The shape of a test pattern depends on the setting in Screen Type. Set the
Screen Type first.
Color Temp.
Advanced
- Gamma*1 s p.76
- RGB
- RGBCMY s p.76
s "Screen Settings" p.32
a
b
Sub Menu/Items
Press the [Test Pattern] button while projecting.
Reset
Press the [ ][ ] buttons on the remote control or the [
on the control panel to change the test pattern.
Using the remote control
] button
Using the control panel
Signal
Auto Setup
Settings
Geometric Correction s p.60
Extended
Multi-Projection*2 s p.80
*1 Except for Customized
*2 Except for Black Level
a
c
To set menu items that cannot be set while the test pattern is
being displayed or to fine-tune the projected image, project an
image from the connected device.
Press the [Esc] button to close the test pattern.
Installing the Projector
Adjusting the Position of the Projected Image
(Lens shift)
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EB-Z11005/EB-Z11000/EB-Z9870
The lens can be shifted to adjust the position of the projected image, for
example, when the projector cannot be installed directly in front of the
screen.
The ranges within which the image can be moved are shown below. The
position of the projected image cannot be moved to both the horizontal and
vertical maximum values.
EB-Z10005U/EB-Z10000U/EB-Z9875U/EB-Z9870U/EB-Z9750U/EBZ11000W/EB-Z9900W/EB-Z9800W
A Center of lens
B Projected image when lens shift is set in the center
C Maximum motion range: V×56% (When using a short throw zoom
lens ELPLU02, if you move it more than 50%, part of the screen
cannot be displayed correctly.)
D When the horizontal direction is at the maximum value: V×32%
a
A
B
C
D
Center of lens
Projected image when lens shift is set in the center
Maximum motion range: V×60%
When the horizontal direction is at the maximum value: V×31%
• When adjusting the vertical lens shift, adjust by moving the image
from the bottom to the top. If it is adjusted from the top to the
bottom, the image position may move down slightly after adjusting.
• We recommend setting the focus, zoom, and lens shift at least 20
minutes after you start the projection, because images are not stable
right after turning on the projector.
• The image will be clearest when both the vertical and horizontal lens
shift are set in the center.
• Hold down the [Lens Shift] button for approximately five seconds,
the position of the lens returns to the center.
• The rear short throw zoom lens ELPLR04 does not support lens
shift.
Installing the Projector
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a
Press the [Lens Shift] button.
b
Press the [ ][ ][ ][ ] buttons to adjust the position of the
projected image.
Using the remote control
Using the remote control
Adjusting the tilt of the projected image (for normal installment)
Using the control panel
Extend and retract the front feet and rear feet to adjust the projector's
horizontal and vertical tilt. You can adjust within a range of ±3.5°.
Using the control panel
A Extend the front feet and rear feet.
B Retract the front feet and rear feet.
Attention
The front feet and rear feet can be attached and removed. Note that the feet
will detach if they are extended more than 10 mm.
c
Press the [Esc] button to finish the adjustment.
Installing the Projector
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Adjusting the Zoom
Adjusting the Focus
a
Press the [Zoom] button.
b
Press the [ ][ ] buttons to adjust.
c
Press the [Esc] button to finish the adjustment.
Using the remote control
Using the remote control
Press the [Focus] button.
Using the control panel
a
Press the [ ][ ] buttons to adjust.
Using the control panel
b
c
Press the [Esc] button to finish the adjustment.
Using the remote control
Using the remote control
Using the control panel
Using the control panel
Installing the Projector
When using a short throw zoom lens ELPLU02
Follow the steps below to adjust the focus when the lens is shifted up,
down, left, or right using the lens shift function.
a
b
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c
Correct screen distortion using the distortion ring.
d
Focus the entire screen.
When correcting distortion, the area around the edges of the image
is also focused.
Turn the distortion ring counterclockwise until it cannot go any
further.
Focus the image around the center of the lens.
s "Adjusting the Focus" p.37
Example: When the lens shift is turned all the way down.
If the area around the lens axis is out of focus, fine-tune by turning
the distortion ring.
Installing the Projector
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ID Settings
d
Select the ID you want to set, and then press the [
e
Press the [Menu] button to close the Configuration menu.
] button.
When an ID is set for the projector and the remote control, you can use
the remote control to operate only the projector with a matching ID. This
is useful when you use multiple projectors together.
a
• Operation using the remote control is possible only for projectors
that are within the operating range of the remote control.
s "Remote control operating range" p.24
• When Remote Control Type is set to Simple from Operation Advanced in the Configuration menu, you cannot set the remote
control ID.
s "Extended Menu" p.122
• IDs are ignored when the projector ID is set to Off or the remote
control ID is set to 0.
Checking the projector ID
During projection, press the [Help] button while holding down the [ID]
button.
Setting the projector ID
a
b
c
Remote control
Press the [Menu] button while projecting.
Select Multi-Projection from Extended.
Select Projector ID, and then press the [
] button.
When you press the buttons, the current projector ID is displayed on the
projection screen. It closes after about three seconds.
Installing the Projector
Setting the remote control ID
a
Set the remote control [ID] switch to On.
b
While holding down the [ID] button, press the number of the ID
for the ID of the projector you want to operate.
s "Checking the projector ID" p.39
Remote control
Once this setting has been made, the projector that can be operated by the
remote control is limited.
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a
The remote control ID setting is saved in the remote control. Even if
the remote control batteries are removed to replace them and so on,
the stored ID setting is retained. However, if the batteries are left out
for a long time, it is reset to the default value (ID0).
Connecting Equipment
The port name, location, and connector orientation differ depending on the source being connected.
Connecting a Computer
To project images from a computer, connect the computer using one of the following methods.
A When using the supplied computer cable
Connect the computer's display output port to the projector's Computer input port.
B When using a commercially available 5BNC cable
Connect the computer's display output port to the projector's BNC input port.
C When using a commercially available HDMI cable
Connect the HDMI port on the computer to the projector's HDMI input port.
D When using a commercially available DVI-D cable
Connect the DVI-D port on the computer to the projector's DVI-D input port.
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Connecting Equipment
Connecting Image Sources
To project video images, connect the computer using one of the following methods.
A When using a commercially available BNC video cable (composite input)
Connect the video output port on the image source to the projector's Video input port.
B When using a commercially available RCA video cable
Use a commercially available BNC/RCA adapter and connect the video output port on the image source to the projector's Video input port.
C When using a commercially available S-video cable
Connect the S-video output port on the image source to the projector's S-Video input port.
D When using an optional component video cable (D-sub/component converter)
s "Optional Accessories" p.198
Connect the component output port on the image source to the projector's Computer input port.
E When using a commercially available component video cable (RCA) and BNC/RCA adapters
Connect the component output port on the video equipment to the projector's BNC input port (R/Cr/Pr, G/Y, B/Cb/Pb).
F When using a commercially available HDMI cable
Connect the HDMI port on the image source to the projector's HDMI input port.
G When using a commercially available BNC video cable (SDI input, EB-Z10005U/EB-Z10000U/EB-Z9875U/EB-Z9870U only)
Connect the SDI port on the image source to the projector's SDI input port.
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Connecting Equipment
Attention
• If you connect it to the projector when the input source is on, it could cause a malfunction.
• If the orientation or shape of the plug differs, do not try to force it in. The device could be damaged or could malfunction.
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Connecting Equipment
a
44
If the source you want to connect to has an unusually shaped port, use the cable supplied with the device or an optional cable to connect to the projector.
Connecting to an External Monitor
Connect the external monitor to the projector's Monitor Out port using the cable supplied with the external monitor.
a
• Make the following settings to output image even when the projector is in standby mode.
Set Standby Mode to Communication On.
s Extended - Standby Mode p.122
Set A/V Output to Always On.
s Extended - A/V Settings - A/V Output p.122
• Only analog RGB signals from the Computer input port or BNC input port can be output to an external monitor. You can set which signals to output in
Monitor Out.
s Extended - A/V Output - Monitor Out p.122
Connecting Equipment
Connecting a LAN Cable
Connect a LAN port on network hubs or other equipment to the projector's LAN port with a commercially available 100BASE-TX or 10BASE-T LAN
cable.
By connecting a computer to the projector over a network, you can project images and check the status of the projector.
a
To prevent malfunctions, use a category 5 or higher shielded LAN cable.
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Connecting Equipment
46
Connecting an HDBaseT Transmitter
Connect the optional HDBaseT transmitter with a commercially available 100BASE-TX LAN cable.
s "Optional Accessories" p.198
a
• Make sure you read the User's Guide supplied with the HDBaseT transmitter carefully before use.
• Use a category 5e or category 6 shielded LAN cable.
• When connecting or disconnecting the LAN cable, make sure you turn off the power for the projector and the HDBaseT transmitter.
• When performing Ethernet communication or serial communication, or when using the wired remote control via HDBaseT port, set Control Communications
to On in the Configuration menu.
s Extended - HDBaseT - Control Communications p.122
Note that when Control Communications is set to On, the projector's LAN port, RS-232C port, and Remote port are disabled.
• When using the Extron XTP transmitter or switcher, connect to the projector's HDBaseT port. Set Extron XTP to On (Standby Mode and Control
Communications are automatically set to On).
s Extended - HDBaseT - Extron XTP p.122
Connecting Equipment
Installing the Wireless LAN Unit (ELPAP07)
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a
a
Remove the interface cover.
When connecting a projector to which the wireless LAN unit is
attached to a computer using a wireless LAN, set the Wireless LAN
Power setting in the wireless LAN menu to On. (The default setting is
On.)
s "Attaching and Removing the Interface Cover" p.28
s "Wireless LAN Menu" p.130
b
Install the wireless LAN unit.
Connecting Equipment
Using the Quick Wireless Connection USB Key
Connect the optional Quick Wireless Connection USB Key to the wireless
LAN unit installation section. Check the following points when connecting
a computer to the projector using wireless LAN.
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c
Insert the Quick Wireless Connection USB Key in the wireless LAN
unit installation section.
d
When the message "Network information update complete.
Remove the Quick Wireless Connection USB Key Adapter." is
displayed, remove the Quick Wireless Connection USB Key.
• The wireless LAN unit (ELPAP07) is connected to the projector.
• The projector is setup to connect to the network using wireless LAN.
s "Wireless LAN Menu" p.130
a
Turn on the projector, and then press the [LAN] button.
The following screen is displayed.
After removing the Quick Wireless Connection USB Key, reattach
the wireless LAN unit.
b
Check that the SSID and IP address information are displayed, and
then remove the wireless LAN unit.
s "Installing the Wireless LAN Unit (ELPAP07)" p.47
e
Connect the Quick Wireless Connection USB Key to the computer.
From this point on, see the user's guide supplied with the Quick
Wireless Connection USB Key.
Batch Setup
Once the Configuration menu content has been set for one projector, you
can use it to perform batch setup for multiple projectors (batch setup
function). The batch setup function is only for projectors with the same
model number.
Use one of the following methods.
• Setup using a USB flash drive.
• Setup by connecting the computer and projector with a USB cable.
• Setup using EasyMP Network Updater.
This manual explains the USB flash drive and the USB cable methods.
a
• The following content is not reflected by the batch setup function.
- The Network menu settings (except for the Mail menu and the
Others menu)
- Lamp Hours and Status in the Info menu
• Perform batch setup before adjusting the projected image.
Adjustment values for the projected image, such as Geometric
Correction are reflected by the batch setup function. If batch setup is
performed after adjusting the projected image, the adjustments you
made may change.
• By using the batch setup function, the registered User's Logo is set
for the other projectors. Do not register confidential information and
so on as the User's Logo.
Caution
Performing batch setup is the customers responsibility. If batch setup fails due
to a power failure, communication error, and so on, the customer is responsible
for any repair costs incurred.
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Setup Using a USB flash drive
This section explains how to perform batch setup using a USB flash drive.
a
• Use a FAT format USB flash drive.
• The batch setup function cannot be used by USB flash drives that
incorporate security functions. Use a USB flash drive that does not
incorporate security functions.
• The batch setup function cannot be used by USB card readers or
USB hard disks.
Saving settings to the USB flash drive
a
Disconnect the power cord from the projector, and check that all
of the projector's indicators have turned off.
b
Connect the USB flash drive to the projector's wireless LAN unit
port.
Batch Setup
a
c
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• Connect the USB flash drive directly to the projector. If the
USB flash drive is connected to the projector through a USB
hub, the settings may not be saved correctly.
• Connect an empty USB flash drive. If the USB flash drive
contains data other than the batch setup file, the settings may
not be saved correctly.
• If you have saved a batch setup file from another projector to
the USB flash drive, delete the file or change the file name.
The batch setup function cannot overwrite a batch setup file.
• The file name for the batch setup file is PJCONFDATA.bin. If
you need to change the file name, add text after
PJCONFDATA. If you change the file name in any other way,
the projector may not be able to recognize the file correctly.
• You can only use single-byte characters for the file name.
While holding down the [Esc] button on the remote control or the
control panel, connect the power cord to the projector.
When the projector's indicators turn on as follows, release the [Esc]
button.
Power
Blue - On
Status
Blue - On
Lamp1
Orange - On
Temp
Orange - On
When all of the indicators start flashing, the batch setup file is being
written.
Caution
• Do not disconnect the power cord from the projector while the file is
being written. If the power cord is disconnected, the projector may not
start correctly.
• Do not disconnect the USB flash drive from the projector while the
file is being written. If the USB flash drive is disconnected, the
projector may not start correctly.
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Reflecting saved settings to other projectors
When writing completes normally, the projector enters standby
status.
a
Disconnect the power cord from the projector, and check that all
of the projector's indicators have turned off.
b
Connect the USB flash drive containing the saved batch setup file
to the projector's wireless LAN unit port.
Power
Blue - On
When the projector is in standby status, remove the USB flash
drive.
a
• When the USB flash drive contains 1 to 3 types of batch
setup files, the file is reflected to the projector with the same
model number. If there are multiple files for a projector with
the same model number, the settings may not be reflected
correctly.
• When there are four or more types of batch setup files on the
USB flash drive, the settings may not be reflected correctly.
• Do not store any data except for the batch setup file on the
USB flash drive. If the USB flash drive contains data other
than the batch setup file, the settings may not be reflected
correctly.
Batch Setup
c
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While holding down the [Menu] on the remote control or the
control panel, connect the power cord to the projector.
Caution
• Do not disconnect the power cord from the projector while the
settings are being written. If the power cord is disconnected, the
projector may not start correctly.
• Do not disconnect the USB flash drive from the projector while the
settings are being written. If the USB flash drive is disconnected, the
projector may not start correctly.
When the projector's indicators turn on as follows, release
the [Menu] button.
Power
Blue - On
Status
Blue - On
Lamp1
Orange - On
Temp
Orange - On
The indicators remain on for about 75 seconds.
When all of the indicators start flashing, the settings are being
written.
d
When writing completes normally, the projector enters standby
status.
Power
Blue - On
When the projector is in standby status, remove the USB flash
drive.
Batch Setup
Setup by Connecting the Computer and Projector
with a USB Cable
a
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c
While holding down the [Esc] button on the remote control or the
control panel, connect the power cord to the projector.
The following operating systems support the batch setup function.
• Windows Vista and later
• Mac OS X 10.5.3 and later
Saving settings to a computer
a
Disconnect the power cord from the projector, and check that all
of the projector's indicators have turned off.
b
Connect the computer's USB port to the projector's Service port
with a USB cable.
When all of the projector's indicators turn on, release the [Esc]
button.
Power
Blue - On
Status
Blue - On
Lamp1
Orange - On
Temp
Orange - On
The projector is recognized as a removable disk by the computer.
Batch Setup
d
Open the removable disk, and save the batch setup file
(PJCONFDATA.bin) to the computer.
a
e
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If you need to change the name of the batch setup file, add text
after PJCONFDATA. If you change the PJCONFDATA section
of the file name, the projector may not be able to recognize the
file correctly.
Reflecting saved settings to other projectors
a
Disconnect the power cord from the projector, and check that all
of the projector's indicators have turned off.
b
Connect the computer's USB port to the projector's Service port
with a USB cable.
c
While holding down the [Menu] on the remote control or the
control panel, connect the power cord to the projector.
Perform "Remove USB device" on your computer, and then
disconnect the USB cable.
a
When using OS X, perform "Remove EPSON_PJ".
The projector enters standby status.
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When the projector's indicators turn on as follows, release
the [Menu] button.
d
Copy the batch setup file (PJCONFDATA.bin) that you saved to
your computer to the top level folder of the removable disk.
a
e
Perform "Remove USB device" on your computer, and then
disconnect the USB cable.
a
Power
Blue - On
Status
Blue - On
Lamp1
Orange - On
Temp
Orange - On
Do not copy any files or folders other than the batch setup file
to the removable disk.
When using OS X, perform "Remove EPSON_PJ".
When all of the indicators start flashing, the settings are being
written.
The projector is recognized as a removable disk by the computer.
Caution
Do not disconnect the power cord from the projector while the settings
are being written. If the power cord is disconnected, the projector may
not start correctly.
When writing completes normally, the projector enters standby
status.
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When Setup Fails
The indicators notify you if an error occurs. Check the status of the
indicators.
Status of the Indicators
Lamp1: Orange - flashing fast
Temp: Orange - flashing fast
Power: Blue - flashing fast
Status: Blue - flashing fast
Lamp1: Orange - flashing fast
Temp: Orange - flashing fast
Remedy
The batch setup file may be corrupt, or the USB
flash drive or USB cable may not be connected
correctly. Disconnect the USB flash drive or the
USB cable, unplug and then plug in the projector's
power cord, and then try again.
Writing the settings may have failed and an error
may have occurred in the projector's firmware.
Stop using the projector, remove the power cord
from the electrical outlet, and contact your local
dealer or the nearest address provided in the Epson
Projector Contact List.
s Epson Projector Contact List
Basic Usage
This chapter explains how to project and adjust images.
Projecting Images
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Automatically Detect Input Signals and Change
the Projected Image (Search)
Press the [Search] button on the remote control to project images from the
port currently receiving an image.
Remote control
* For EB-Z10005U/EB-Z10000U/EB-Z9875U/EB-Z9870U only
When multiple devices are connected, press the [Search] button on the
remote control until the target image is projected.
When video equipment is connected, make sure that the equipment is ready
to play, and then start this operation.
a
• You can make settings so that images are projected from the same
input port the next time the projector is turned on.
s Extended - Operation - Startup Source Search p.122
• The following screen is displayed while no image signals are input.
Projecting Images
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Switching to the Target Image
Input ports
You can change directly to the target image from the remote control or by
pressing the following buttons on the control panel.
The following shows the input ports for each button.
Remote control
Control panel
E Changes to images from a computer connected over the network.
H For EB-Z10005U/EB-Z10000U/EB-Z9875U/EB-Z9870U only
Adjusting Projected Images
Correcting Distortion in the Projected Image
You can correct keystone distortion in projected images using one of the
following methods.
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• Curved Surface
Manually correct distortion that occurs when projecting on a curved
surface, and adjust the amount of expansion and contraction.
s "Curved Surface" p.63
• H/V-Keystone
Manually correct keystone distortion in the horizontal and vertical
directions independently.
s "H/V-Keystone" p.61
• Point Correction
Corrects slight distortion which occurs partially, or adjusts the image
position in an overlapping area when projecting from multiple projectors.
s "Point Correction" p.65
• Quick Corner
Manually correct the four corners independently.
s "Quick Corner" p.62
• Corner Wall
Manually correct distortion that occurs when projecting on a surface with
right angles, such as a square pillar or the corner of a room, and adjust
the amount of expansion and contraction.
s "Corner Wall" p.67
Adjusting Projected Images
a
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• You cannot combine multiple adjustment methods. However, you
can use Point Correction after performing Curved Surface or Corner
Wall.
d
Press the [
][
] buttons to select the correction method, and
then use the [ ][ ] buttons to make the corrections.
• When you want to re-adjust the projection position and so on, if
you want to release the correction status temporarily, set the
Geometric Correction to Off. Even when it is set to Off, the
correction values are saved.
s Settings - Geometric Correction p.121
H/V-Keystone
V-Keystone
Manually correct keystone distortion in the horizontal and vertical
directions independently. The angle of vertical and horizontal tilt for the
projector can be corrected up to 30 degrees against the screen. (The
specifications are when a standard zoom lens ELPLS04 is attached).
a
b
c
Press the [Menu] button while projecting.
H-Keystone
Select Geometric Correction from Settings.
Select H/V-Keystone, and then press the [
] button.
When the message "If this setting is changed, the image may be
distorted." is displayed, press the [ ] button.
a
e
When you correct keystone distortion, the projected image may
be reduced.
To complete the corrections, press the [Menu] button.
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Quick Corner
a
This allows you to manually correct each of the four corners of the
projected image separately.
a
b
c
d
Press the [Menu] button while projecting.
e
Select Geometric Correction from Settings.
Select Quick Corner, and then press the [
If the [Esc] button is pressed for approximately two seconds,
the confirm default reset screen is displayed.
Select Yes to reset the result of Quick Corner corrections.
Press the [
corner.
][
][ ][ ] buttons to correct the position of the
When you press the [ ] button, the screen shown in step 4 that
allows you to select the area to be corrected is displayed.
] button.
If the message "Cannot adjust any further." is displayed while
adjusting, you cannot adjust the shape any further in the direction
indicated by the gray triangle.
When the message "If this setting is changed, the image may be
distorted." is displayed, press the [ ] button again.
Press the [ ][ ][ ][ ] buttons to select the corner you want to
adjust, and then press the [ ] button.
f
g
Repeat steps 4 and 5 as needed to adjust any remaining corners.
When the corrections are complete, press the [Menu] button.
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Curved Surface
Manually correct distortion that occurs when projecting on a curved
surface, and adjust the amount of expansion and contraction.
e
Press the [ ][ ][ ][ ] buttons to select the area you want to
adjust, and then press the [ ] button.
Project from the front with the horizontal lens shift in the center.
s "Adjusting the Position of the Projected Image (Lens shift)" p.35
a
• Project onto an arc surface with the same radius.
• If a large amount of adjustment is performed, the focus may not be
uniform even after making adjustments.
Correction method
a
b
c
d
Press the [Menu] button while projecting.
Select Geometric Correction from Settings.
Select Curved Surface, and then press the [
] button.
When the message "If this setting is changed, the image may be
distorted." is displayed, press the [ ] button.
Select Correct Shape, and then press the [
] button.
When selecting a corner, you can adjust the two sides next to the
corner.
a
If the [Esc] button is pressed for approximately two seconds,
the confirm default reset screen is displayed.
Select Yes to reset the result of Curved Surface.
Adjusting Projected Images
f
Press the [
sides.
][
][ ][ ] buttons to adjust the position of the
If the triangle in the direction you are adjusting the shape turns gray,
as shown in the screen shot below, you cannot adjust the shape any
further in that direction.
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i
Press the [Esc] button to return to the screen in step 4. Select
Horizontal Linearity or Vertical Linearity, and then press the [ ]
button.
Select Horizontal Linearity to adjust the horizontal expansion or
contraction, and select Vertical Linearity to adjust the vertical
expansion or contraction.
j
Select the standard line for the adjustments, and then press the
[ ] button.
Press the [ ][ ] buttons when selecting Horizontal Linearity, and
the [ ][ ] buttons when selecting Vertical Linearity, and then
press the [ ] button.
The selected standard line is displayed in flashing orange and white.
g
h
Press the [Esc] button to return to the previous screen.
Repeat steps 5 to 7 as needed to adjust any remaining parts.
If the image expands and contracts, go to the next step and adjust
the linearity.
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k
65
Adjust the linearity.
Point Correction
Correct it so that the distance between lines is equal.
When the [ ] button is pressed
Selecting Horizontal Linearity
Selecting Vertical Linearity
Divides the projected image by the grid and corrects the distortion by
moving the point of intersection from side to side and up and down.
a
• When fine-tuning the result of corrections you made in Curved
Surface and Corner Wall, you can adjust in a maximum range of 10
pixels in vertical and horizontal directions.
When the [ ] button is pressed
Selecting Horizontal Linearity
l
Selecting Vertical Linearity
To complete the corrections, press the [Menu] button.
a
You can fine tune the results of Curved Surface using Point
Correction. Change Geometric Correction to Point Correction, and
then make adjustments after selecting Keep the current geometric
correction settings.
s "Point Correction" p.65
• You can make corrections by 0.5 pixel in each direction in the
following ranges.
EB-Z10005U/EB-Z10000U/EB-Z9875U/EB-Z9870U/EB-Z9750U:
Maximum of 48 pixels in vertical and horizontal directions
EB-Z11000W/EB-Z9900W/EB-Z9800W/EB-Z11005/EB-Z11000/EBZ9870:
Maximum of 32 pixels in vertical and horizontal directions
a
b
c
Press the [Menu] button while projecting.
Select Geometric Correction from Settings.
Select Point Correction, and then press the [
] button.
When the message "If this setting is changed, the image may be
distorted." is displayed, press the [ ] button again.
a
When changing from Curved Surface or Corner Wall to Point
Correction, the screen displaying the adjustment method is
displayed.
Keep the current geometric correction settings: Use Point
Correction to fine tune images adjusted using Curved Surface or
Corner Wall.
Reset the geometric correction settings: Reset adjustments
made to images using Curved Surface or Corner Wall, and then
perform adjustment using Point Correction.
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d
e
Select Point Correction, and then press the [
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] button.
Point Correction
Select the point number (3x3, 5x5, 9x9), and then
make the Point Correction setting.
Pattern Color
Select the color of the grid when performing
corrections.
Reset
Resets all corrections for Point Correction to their
default values.
f
Press the [ ][ ][ ][ ] buttons to move to the point you want
to correct, and then press the [ ] button.
g
Press the [
][
][ ][ ] buttons to correct distortion.
Select the point number (3x3, 5x5, or 9x9), and then press the
[ ] button.
To continue to correct another point, press the [Esc] button to
return to the previous screen, then repeat the step 6 and 7.
a
h
Each time you press the [
image and the grid.
] button, you can show or hide the
To complete the corrections, press the [Menu] button.
Adjusting Projected Images
Corner Wall
Manually correct distortion that occurs when projecting on a surface with
right angles, such as a square pillar or the corner of a room, and adjust the
amount of expansion and contraction.
Project from the front with the horizontal lens shift in the center.
s "Adjusting the Position of the Projected Image (Lens shift)" p.35
a
• Project onto a surface with a right angle.
• If a large amount of adjustment is performed, the focus may not be
uniform even after making adjustments.
• You may not be able to adjust Corner Wall correctly when using the
short throw zoom lens ELPLU02.
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Correction method
a
b
c
Press the [Menu] button while projecting.
d
Select Corner Type, and then press the [
Select Geometric Correction from Settings.
Select Corner Wall, and then press the [
] button.
When the message "If this setting is changed, the image may be
distorted." is displayed, press the [ ] button again.
] button.
Adjusting Projected Images
e
To fit the projected image to the projection position, select
Horizontal Corner or Vertical Corner, and then press the [
button.
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]
When the surfaces line up horizontally:
Select Horizontal Corner.
When the surfaces line up vertically:
Select Vertical Corner.
From here on, steps are explained using Horizontal Corner as an
example.
f
Press the [Esc] button to display the screen from step 4. Select
Correct Shape, and then press the [ ] button.
g
Adjust the position of the projector and the lens shift so that the
line in the center of the screen matches the corner (the point
where the two surfaces meet).
s "Adjusting the Position of the Projected Image (Lens shift)"
p.35
a
Each time you press the [
image and the grid.
] button, you can show or hide the
Adjusting Projected Images
h
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When selecting Vertical Corner:
Press the [ ][ ][ ][ ] buttons to select the area you want to
adjust, and then press the [ ] button.
Adjust the left and right based on the point nearest to the vertical
line in the center of the screen.
a
i
If the [Esc] button is pressed for approximately two seconds,
the confirm default reset screen is displayed.
Select Yes to reset the result of Corner Wall.
Press the [
][
][ ][ ] buttons to adjust the shape.
If the message "Cannot adjust any further." is displayed while
adjusting, you cannot adjust the shape any further in the direction
indicated by the gray triangle.
j
Repeat steps 8 and 9 as needed to adjust any remaining parts.
k
Press the [Esc] button to display the screen from step 4. Select
Linearity, and then press the [ ] button.
If the image expands and contracts, go to the next step and adjust
the linearity.
Adjustment tips
When selecting Horizontal Corner:
Adjust the upper area based on the lowest point (indicated by the U
arrow).
Adjust the lower area based on the highest point (indicated by the V
arrow).
A
B
Adjusting Projected Images
l
70
Press the [ ][ ] buttons to adjust the linearity.
Correct it so that the distance between lines is equal.
When the [ ] button is pressed
When selecting Horizontal Corner
When selecting Vertical Corner
Selecting the Projection Quality (Selecting Color
Mode)
You can easily obtain the optimum image quality simply by selecting the
setting that best corresponds to your surroundings when projecting. The
brightness of the image varies depending on the mode selected.
Mode
When the [ ] button is pressed
When selecting Horizontal Corner
m
a
You can fine tune the results of Corner Wall using Point Correction.
Change Geometric Correction to Point Correction, and then make
adjustments after selecting Keep the current geometric correction
settings.
s "Point Correction" p.65
Dynamic
Ideal for use in a bright room. This is the brightest
mode.
Presentation
Ideal for making presentations using color materials
in a bright room.
Theatre
Ideal for watching films in a dark room. Gives
images a natural tone.
Photo*1
Ideal for projecting still pictures, such as photos, in
a bright room. The images are vivid and brought
into contrast.
Sports *2
Ideal for watching TV programs in a bright room.
The images are vivid and brought to life.
sRGB
Ideal for images that conform to the sRGBg color
standard.
DICOM SIM *1
Ideal for projecting X-ray photographs and other
medical images. This produces images with clear
shadows. The projector is not a medical device and
cannot be used for medical diagnosis.
Multi-Projection
Ideal for projecting from multiple projectors.
Minimize the color tone difference between each
projected image.
When selecting Vertical Corner
To complete the corrections, press the [Menu] button.
Application
*1 This can only be selected when inputting RGB signals.
*2 This selection is only available when the input signal is component video, or
when the input source is Video or S-Video.
Adjusting Projected Images
Each time you press the [Color Mode] button, the Color Mode name is
displayed on the screen and the Color Mode changes.
Remote control
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Setting Auto Iris
By automatically setting the luminance according to the brightness of the
displayed image, it lets you enjoy deep and rich images.
a
a
You can set Color Mode in the Configuration menu.
s Image - Color Mode p.117
a
b
• If you keep projecting extremely dark images, Auto Iris may stop for
approximately ten minutes. When you are using multiple projectors,
black levels may differ depending on the projected images.
• Auto Iris can only be set when the Color Mode is set to Dynamic
(3D Dynamic) or Theatre (3D Theatre).
• When Edge Blending is set to On, Auto Iris is disabled.
Press the [Menu] button while projecting.
Select Auto Iris from Image, and then press the [
] button.
Adjusting Projected Images
c
Select High Speed, and then press the [
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] button.
If you are concerned about the operation noise of Auto Iris, set it to
Normal.
The setting is stored for each color mode.
Changing the Aspect Ratio of the Projected Image
You can change the Aspect Ratiog of the projected image to suit the type,
the ratio of height and width, and the resolution of the input signals.
Available aspect modes vary depending on the Screen Type currently set.
d
Press the [Menu] button to finish making settings.
a
Set the Screen Type before changing the aspect ratio.
s "Screen Settings" p.32
Changing methods
Each time you press the [Aspect] button on the remote control, the aspect
mode name is displayed on the screen and the aspect ratio changes.
Remote control
Aspect Mode
Explanation
Auto
Projects in an appropriate aspect ratio based on
information from the signal being input.
Normal
Projects while retaining the aspect ratio of the input image.
4:3
Projects at an aspect ratio of 4:3.
16:9
Projects at an aspect ratio of 16:9.
Full
Projects at the full size of the projected screen.
Adjusting Projected Images
Aspect Mode
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Explanation
Zoom
Projects by enlarging the input image to the full width of
the projected screen while retaining the aspect ratio. Areas
that exceed the edges of the projected screen are not
projected.
Native
Projects to the center of the projected screen at the
resolution of the input image. Areas that exceed the edges
of the projected screen are not projected.
a
• You can also set the aspect ratio in the Configuration menu.
s Signal - Aspect p.119
• If parts of the computer image are missing, set the Resolution
setting to Wide or Normal in the Configuration menu, according to
the resolution of the computer.
s Signal - Resolution p.119
The aspect mode changes as shown in the tables below.
The following colors in screen images in the tables indicate areas that are
not displayed.
: The area where the image is not displayed depending on the screen
type setting.
: The area where the image is not displayed depending on the aspect
mode setting.
EB-Z10005U/EB-Z10000U/EB-Z9875U/EB-Z9870U/EB-Z9750U/EB-Z11000W/EB-Z9900W/
EB-Z9800W
Screen type setting: 16:10
Aspect Ratio of Input Signal
16:10
16:9
4:3
Auto or Normal
16:9
Full
Zoom
Native*
*
The image may differ depending on the resolution of the input signal.
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Screen type setting: 16:9
Screen type setting: 4:3
Aspect Ratio of Input Signal
16:10
16:9
Aspect Ratio of Input Signal
4:3
16:10
Auto or Normal
Auto or Normal
Full
4:3
Zoom
16:9
Native*
Native*
*
The image may differ depending on the resolution of the input signal.
*
16:9
4:3
Only computer images and images from the HDMI input port/HDBaseT port.
The image may differ depending on the resolution of the input signal.
EB-Z11005/EB-Z11000/EB-Z9870
Screen type setting: 4:3
Aspect Ratio of Input Signal
16:10
Auto or Normal
4:3
16:9
4:3
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Aspect Ratio of Input Signal
16:10
16:9
Aspect Ratio of Input Signal
4:3
16:10
16:9
Auto or Normal
Native*
16:9
*
Only computer images and images from the HDMI input port/HDBaseT port.
The image may differ depending on the resolution of the input signal.
Screen type setting: 16:9
16:9
4:3
Full
Zoom
Aspect Ratio of Input Signal
16:10
16:9
4:3
Auto or Normal
Full
Zoom
Native*
*
The image may differ depending on the resolution of the input signal.
Screen type setting: 16:10
Native*
*
The image may differ depending on the resolution of the input signal.
Adjusting Projected Images
Adjusting the Image
Adjusting the Hue, Saturation, and Brightness
You can adjust the Hue, Saturation, and Brightness for R (red), G (green),
B (blue), C (cyan), M (magenta), and Y (yellow) color components.
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Gamma adjustment
Adjusts differences in the coloring for the projected image that occurs
depending on the connected device.
Make settings in the Configuration menu.
s Image - Advanced - Gamma p.117
Make settings in the Configuration menu.
s Image - Advanced - RGBCMY p.117
Select and adjust the correction value
s Image - Advanced - Gamma p.117
a
You can also make adjustments from Multi-Projection in the
Configuration menu.
s Extended - Multi-Projection - RGBCMY p.122
When a larger value is selected, the dark areas of images become brighter,
but the color saturation for lighter areas may become weaker.
When a smaller value is selected, you can reduce the overall brightness of
the image to make the image sharper.
If you select DICOM SIM from Color Mode on the Image menu, select the
adjustment value according to the projection size.
• If the projection size is 150 inches or less, select a small value.
• If the projection size is 150 inches or more, select a large value.
a
Medical images may not be reproduced correctly according to your
settings and screen specifications.
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Adjust while viewing the image
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Adjust using the gamma adjustment graph
s Image - Advanced - Gamma - Customized - Adjust it from the image
s Image - Advanced - Gamma - Customized - Adjust it from the graph
p.117
p.117
Move the cursor on the projected image to the part where you want to
change the brightness, and then press the [ ] button. Press the [ ][ ]
buttons to adjust the value.
Adjust while looking at the gamma adjustment graph.
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Frame Interpolation (EB-Z10005U/EB-Z10000U/EB-Z9875U/EBZ9870U/EB-Z9750U only)
The current and previous frames are used to create intermediate frames,
interpolating to produce smooth-moving images. You can resolve clumsymoving images, such as frame skipping when projecting a fast moving
image.
Make settings in the Configuration menu.
s Signal - Frame Interpolation p.119
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Projecting 3D Images
By using two projectors, you can project passive 3D images. You need the
following optional items to project and view 3D images. Make sure you
read the notes in the user's guides supplied with the optional items.
• Polarizer (ELPPL01)
This is only available for standard zoom lens ELPLS04, middle throw
zoom lens ELPLM06, and long throw zoom lens ELPLL07.
• Passive 3D Glasses (ELPGS02A/ELPGS02B)
• Frame (ELPMB44)
s "Optional Accessories" p.198
When projecting 3D images, set 3D Images to On in the Configuration
menu.
s Signal - 3D Setup - 3D Images p.119
The following color modes are available when projecting 3D images. When
projecting using the optional 3D polarizers (ELPPL01), you can view images
at their optimal color tint.
You can select the level of interpolation from Low, Normal or High. Set to
Off if noise occurs when setting an interpolation level.
•
•
•
•
3D Dynamic
3D Presentation
3D Theatre
3D Multi-Projection
s "Selecting the Projection Quality (Selecting Color Mode)" p.70
a
This projector arranges the polarizing direction of projection for R
(red), G (green), and B (blue). It is not necessary to inverse left and
right eye G (green) image signals.
Useful Functions
This section describes the Multi-Projection, Split Screen, Memory, Schedule, and Security functions.
Multi-Projection Function
When projecting to a wide screen from multiple projectors, you can adjust
the difference of brightness and color tone between each projected image to
create a seamless screen.
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a
• We recommend setting the focus, zoom, and lens shift at least 20
minutes after you start the projection, because images are not stable
right after turning on the projector.
• Set Lamp Select to Dual.
s Extended - Lamp Select p.122
There are two general methods of projecting from multiple projectors.
U Projecting different images from each projector, and creating a seamless screen
• If the values for Geometric Correction are large, the image position
adjustment for overlapping images becomes difficult.
• The Test Pattern can be displayed to adjust the projection status
without connecting video equipment.
s "Displaying a Test Pattern" p.34
• If you project a dot by dot image that can be projected without
being enlarged or reduced, you can make adjustments precisely.
V Projecting the same image from each projector, using the Scale function to
project a large image
Preparation
Follow the steps below to adjust the projected images for the multiprojection function.
a
The basic setting method is the same, but you have to use the scale
function to adjust the projection position for V.
s "Combining Scaled Images" p.89
Here we will take U as an example.
Set an ID for the projector and the remote control.
s "Setting the projector ID" p.39
Multi-Projection Function
b
Adjust the position of the projected image in the following order
(starting from the adjustments that have larger corrections).
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
c
Projector's position (angle)
s "Installation Settings" p.30
Lens shift/Zoom
s "Adjusting the Position of the Projected Image (Lens shift)" p.35
s "Adjusting the Zoom" p.37
Correct the four image corners
s "Quick Corner" p.62
Correct the slight position misalignment that occurs when matching the
projected images.
s "Point Correction" p.65
Set the Color Mode to Multi-Projection with the [Color Mode]
button.
a
d
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Edge Blending
Follow the steps below to adjust the overlapping areas of the images.
(1)
(2)
(3)
Fine tune the overlapping areas to make seamless screen.
s "Adjust the overlapping area of the images (Edge Blending)" p.81
Adjust the brightness difference for each projector lamp.
s "Correcting the brightness" p.83
Adjust the color balance of the projected images.
s "Fine-tuning the color balance" p.85
Adjust the overlapping area of the images (Edge Blending)
You can fine tune the overlapping areas to make seamless screen.
• You can also set from Color Mode in Multi-Projection.
s Extended - Multi-Projection - Color Mode p.122
• When projecting 3D images, set it to 3D Multi-Projection.
Adjusts the color tone for the whole screen as necessary.
s "Color Uniformity" p.183
a
Press the [Menu] button while projecting.
b
Select Multi-Projection from Extended.
s "Using the Configuration Menu" p.114
Multi-Projection Function
c
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Select Edge Blending, and then press the [
] button.
The following screen is displayed.
d
e
Turn on Edge Blending.
(1)
Select Edge Blending, and then press the [
(2)
Select On, and then press the [
(3)
Press the [Esc] button.
Submenu
Function
Edge Blending
Set to On to activate Edge Blending. Set to Off
when not projecting from multiple projectors.
Top Edge/Bottom
Edge/Left Edge/Right
Edge
Blending: Set to On to activate Edge Blending
towards your settings, and the blend range will be
shaded.
Blend Range: Adjusts the range to be shaded.
Adjustment is possible at a level of one pixel. The
maximum range is 45% of the resolution.
Guide Display
Set to On to display a guide on the Edge Blending
setting range.
Pattern Guide
Set to On to display a guide to match the position of
the Edge Blending setting range.
Guide Colors
Select a combination of guide colors from the three
provided.
] button.
Set Guide Display to On.
(1)
Select Guide Display, and then press the [
(2)
Select On, and then press the [
(3)
Press the [Esc] button.
a
f
] button.
] button.
] button.
If the guide is not clear, you can change the color of the guide
on Guide Colors.
Set Pattern Guide to On.
(1)
Select Pattern Guide, and then press the [
(2)
Select On, and then press the [
(3)
Press the [Esc] button.
] button.
] button.
Multi-Projection Function
g
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Set Top Edge, Bottom Edge, Left Edge, or Right Edge according
to the parts of the image that are overlapped.
The following shows how to set screen (1) as an example.
In the example above, you need to adjust the Left Edge because you
can see the overlapping areas on the left side of the image (1).
(1)
Select Left Edge, and then press the [
] button.
(2)
Select Blending, and then press the [
] button.
(3)
Select On, and then press the [
(4)
(5)
Press the [Esc] button.
In Blend Range, adjust the range to be shaded.
When a guide appears on the same position as the overlapping area, you
can set the blend range with the selected value.
(6)
h
] button.
Press the [Esc] button.
After the settings are complete, set Guide Display and Pattern
Guide to Off to finish.
Correcting the brightness
Adjust the Brightness Level so that the lamp brightness is the same for
each projector.
Adjust so that all projectors are the same brightness as the darkest lamp.
You can adjust the brightness in five levels.
a
• Set Power Consumption to Normal.
s Settings - Power Consumption p.121
• You cannot adjust the Brightness Level during the portrait
projection.
• Even if you adjust the Brightness Level, the brightness of each lamp
may not match exactly.
Multi-Projection Function
a
Select Brightness Level from Multi-Projection, and then press the
[ ] button.
b
Select 1 to 5 as the brightness.
a
You can switch the projected image between the input image
and the white image using the [ ][ ] buttons.
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c
Press the [Esc] button to return to the previous screen.
Multi-Projection Function
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The following screen is displayed.
Fine-tuning the color balance
Adjust the brightness of the projected image and the color balance that was
adjusted by Edge Blending.
a
The brightness and color may not be uniform even after making
adjustments.
Color Matching
Half of the overlapped area is displayed in black so that it is easy to
check the edge of the image.
You can fine tune the color balance and brightness from black to white for
each color tone.
a
Select Color Matching from Multi-Projection, and then press the
[ ] button.
Adjustment Level: There are six levels from white through gray, and
up to black. You can adjust each level individually.
Red, Green, Blue: Adjusts the tone for each color.
Brightness: Adjusts the image brightness.
a
Whenever the [ ] button is pressed, the screen changes
between the projected image and the adjustment screen.
b
Select Adjustment Level, and then use the [ ][ ] buttons to set
the adjustment level.
c
Select Red, Green, or Blue, and then press the [ ][ ] buttons to
adjust the color tone.
d
Select Brightness, and then use the [ ][ ] buttons to adjust the
brightness.
Multi-Projection Function
e
f
Return to step 2 and adjust each level.
Press the [Esc] button to return to the previous screen.
Adjusting RGBCMY
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Black Level
When a black image is displayed, only areas where the images overlap
stands out. The black level function allows you to match the brightness and
tone for areas where the images do not overlap with areas where the images
overlap, to make the difference less noticeable.
You can adjust the Hue, Saturation, and Brightness for R (red), G (green),
B (blue), C (cyan), M (magenta), and Y (yellow) color components.
s "Adjusting the Hue, Saturation, and Brightness" p.76
a
• Black Level can only be adjusted correctly in images where two
images overlap.
• You cannot adjust the black level when a test pattern is displayed.
• If the Geometric Correction value is large, you may not be able to
adjust correctly.
• The brightness and tone may differ in areas where the images
overlap as well as in other areas even after performing black level
adjustment.
• If you change the Top Edge/Bottom Edge/Right Edge/Left Edge
setting, the Black Level is returned to its default value.
s "Adjust the overlapping area of the images (Edge Blending)"
p.81
Multi-Projection Function
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a
Select Black Level from Multi-Projection, and then press the [
button.
b
Select Color Adjustment, and then press the [
]
c
] button.
Adjust the black tone and brightness for the areas that do not
overlap to match the areas that overlap.
After this, if the tone for some areas do not match, adjust them by
Area Correction.
d
Press the [Esc] button, to return to the screen displayed in step
2.
Multi-Projection Function
e
Select Area Correction, and then press the [
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] button.
f
Press the [ ][ ][ ][ ] buttons to select the point you want to
move, and then press the [ ] button.
The selected point is displayed in orange.
g
Press the [
][
][ ][ ] buttons to move the point.
The points where you want to set the range for adjustment are
displayed.
The points are displayed based on the settings for Top Edge/Bottom
Edge/Right Edge/Left Edge.
The number of points displayed on one side differs depending on the
adjustment method selected in geometric correction.
To continue to move another point, press the [Esc] button to return
to step 6, and then repeat steps 6 and 7.
Example: When Left Edge is On and Point Correction (5x5) is
selected
a
h
To return Black Level to its default value, press the [Esc]
button to return to the screen from step 5, select [Reset], and
then press the [ ] button.
To complete the adjustment, press the [Menu] button.
Multi-Projection Function
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(2)
Combining Scaled Images
Project the image, and then press the [Menu] button.
b
Select Multi-Projection from Extended.
s "Using the Configuration Menu" p.114
a
c
d
e
] button.
Zoom Display: Adjusts according to the image currently displayed.
A section of the image is cropped and displayed. This allows you to create
one large image by combining images projected from multiple projectors.
a
Select Zoom Display or Full Display, and then press the [
You can also perform the same operation from Scale in
Signal.
Select Scale, and then press the [
(2)
Full Display: Adjusts according to the projector's panel size (the
maximum area in which an image can be displayed).
(3)
Press the [Esc] button to return to the previous screen.
] button.
Set Scale to On.
(1)
Select Scale, and then press the [
(2)
Select On, and then press the [
(3)
Press the [Esc] button to return to the previous screen.
] button.
] button.
Set Scale Mode.
(1)
Select Scale Mode, and then press the [
] button.
Multi-Projection Function
f
90
Adjust the scale.
Select the adjustment method with the [
using the [ ][ ] buttons.
][
] buttons, then adjust
- +: Enlarges or reduces an image vertically and horizontally at the
same time.
Scale Vertically: Enlarges or reduces an image vertically.
Scale Horizontally: Enlarges or reduces an image horizontally.
g
Adjust the Image Display Range.
(1)
Select Image Display Range, and then press the [
(2)
Press the [ ][ ][ ][ ] buttons to scroll the image.
Adjust the coordinates and size of each image while viewing the screen.
Press the [Menu] button to finish making settings.
(3)
] button.
Projection Functions
Projecting Two Images Simultaneously (Split
Screen)
You can simultaneously project images from two sources on the right and
left of the screen.
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Operating procedures
Projecting on a split screen
a
Press the [Split] button on the remote control while projecting.
The currently selected input source is projected on the left of the
screen.
Remote control
a
a
• The following input source combinations cannot be projected using
the split screen function.
Computer and BNC
S-Video and Video
HDMI and HDBaseT
DVI-D and HDMI
DVI-D and HDBaseT
You can also perform the same operations in the Configuration
menu.
s Settings - Split Screen p.121
b
Press the [Menu] button.
c
Select Source, and then press the [
The Split Screen Setup screen is displayed.
• You cannot project the same input source on both sides (left and
right) of the screen.
] button.
Projection Functions
d
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Select each input source for Left and Right.
Switching the left and right screens
Use the following procedure to switch the projected images displayed on
the left and right screens.
a
b
Press the [Menu] button during split screen projection.
Select Swap Screens, and then press the [
] button.
The projected images on the left and right are swapped.
Switching the left and right image sizes
a
You can perform the same operations using the following
procedure.
s "Automatically Detect Input Signals and Change the
Projected Image (Search)" p.58
s "Switching to the Target Image" p.59
e
Select Execute, and then press the [
] button.
To switch the source during split screen projection, start the
procedure from step 2.
a
b
c
Press the [Menu] button during split screen projection.
Select Screen Size, and then press the [
] button.
Select the screen size you want to display, and then press the [
button.
]
Projection Functions
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The projected images appear as shown below after setting the screen size.
Equal
• Select Exit Split Screen on the Split Screen Setup screen. s p.91
Larger Left
Restrictions during split screen projection
Operating restrictions
The following operations cannot be performed during split screen
projection.
Larger Right
•
•
•
•
•
Setting the Configuration menu
E-Zoom
Changing the aspect mode
Using the [User1], [User2], or [User3] button on the remote control
Help can be displayed only when image signals are not being input or
when an error or warning notification is displayed.
• The user's logo is not displayed.
Restrictions relating to images
a
• You cannot enlarge both the left screen and right screen images at
the same time.
• When one image is enlarged, the other image is reduced.
• Depending on the image signals that are being input, the images on
the left and right may not appear to be the same size even if Equal
is set.
Ending split screen
Press the [Esc] button to end split screen.
The following steps can also be used to end split screen.
• Press the [Split] button on the remote control.
• The default values for the Image menu are applied to the image on the
right screen. However, the settings for the image projected on the left
screen are applied to the image on the right screen for Color Mode,
Color Temp., and Advanced.
• The Frame Interpolation and Super-resolution settings in the Signal
menu are applied to the image projected on the left screen.
• Auto Iris is not available.
s Image - Auto Iris p.117
Projection Functions
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Hiding the Image Temporarily (Shutter)
You can switch off the image on the screen when you want to focus the
audience's attention on what you are saying, or when you do not want to
display operations such as changing files.
a
• When the shutter function is activated and no operations are
performed for about 120 minutes, the projector turns off
automatically. If you do not want to turn off the power, set Shutter
Timer to Off.
s Extended - Operation - Shutter Timer p.122
• If you press the [t] button while the shutter is closed, the shutter is
automatically released and a message requesting confirmation to turn
off the power is displayed on the screen.
• The Lamp1 and Lamp2 indicators flash while the shutter function is
activated.
• When an event that is set in the schedule function is executed, the
shutter function is released.
Each time you press the [Shutter] button, the shutter function turns on or
off.
Remote control
• When Shutter Release is set to Shutter in the Extended menu, the
following operations can be performed while the shutter function is
still being activated.
- Change the source with the change input buttons on the remote
control.
- Control the projector from a computer using communication
commands.
s Extended - Operation - Advanced - Shutter Release p.122
The shutter function is only released by pressing the [Shutter]
button, or by sending a command to release the shutter function.
• When projecting moving images, the images continue to be played
back while the shutter function is activated. It is not possible to
resume projection from the point where the shutter function was
activated.
• The lamp is still lit while the shutter function is activated, so the
lamp hours continue to accumulate.
Projection Functions
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Freezing the Image (Freeze)
When Freeze is activated on moving images, the frozen image continues to
project on the screen, so you can project a moving image one frame at a
time like a still photo. Also, you can perform operations such as changing
between files during presentations from a computer without projecting any
images if the Freeze function is activated beforehand.
Enlarging Part of the Image (E-Zoom)
This is useful when you want to expand images to see them in greater
detail, such as graphs and tables.
Each time you press the [Freeze] button, the Freeze function turns on or
off.
Remote control
a
Start E-Zoom.
Press the [z] button to display the target scope (
Remote control
a
• When projecting moving images, the images continue to be played
back while the screen is frozen. It is not possible to resume
projection from the point where the screen was frozen.
• If the [Freeze] button is pressed while the Configuration menu or
the Help screen is displayed, the menu or the Help screen that is
displayed is closed.
• Freeze still works while E-Zoom is being used.
).
Projection Functions
b
Move the target scope (
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) to the area of the image that you
want to enlarge.
Saving a User's Logo
You can save the image that is currently being projected as a User's Logo.
Remote control
a
a
Once a User's Logo has been saved, the logo cannot be returned to the
factory default.
Project the image you want to save as the User's Logo, and then
press the [Menu] button.
s "Using the Configuration Menu" p.114
c
Enlarge.
Remote control
[z] button: Expands the area each time
it is pressed. You can expand quickly by
holding the button down.
[x] button: Reduces images that have
been enlarged.
[Esc] button: Cancels E-Zoom.
a
• During enlarged projection, press the [
buttons to scroll the image.
][
][
• E-Zoom is unavailable when Scale is set to On.
s Signal - Scale p.119
][
b
Select User's Logo from Extended.
a
• When User's Logo Protection from Password Protection is
set to On, a message is displayed and the User's Logo cannot
be changed. You can make changes after setting User's Logo
Protection to Off.
s "Managing Users (Password Protection)" p.107
• If User's Logo is selected when Geometric Correction, EZoom or Aspect are being performed, the function currently
being performed is temporarily canceled.
]
c
When the message "Choose this image as the User's Logo?" is
displayed, select Yes.
a
When you press the [ ] button, the screen size may change
depending on the signal to match the actual resolution of the
image signal.
Projection Functions
d
Move the box to select the part of the image to use as the User's
Logo.
You can perform the same operations from the projector's control
panel.
Remote control
a
You can save at 400x300 dots in size.
e
When you press the [ ] button and the message "Select this
image?" is displayed, select Yes.
f
g
Select the zoom factor from the zoom setting screen.
When the message "Save this image as the User's Logo?" is
displayed, select Yes.
The image is saved. After the image has been saved, the message
"Completed." is displayed.
a
When a User's Logo is saved, the previous User's Logo is
erased.
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Memory Function
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The settings for the image currently displayed are saved as a memory,
allowing you to load them when necessary. Settings for the following menu
items are saved in the memory.
Top Menu
Submenu
Image
All setting items
Signal
Progressive
Frame Interpolation
Noise Reduction
Mosquito NR
Video Range
Scale
Overscan
Image Processing
3D Images
Super-resolution
Settings
Power Consumption
Extended
Multi-Projection
- Brightness Level
- Edge Blending
- Color Matching
- Black Level
Saving/Loading/Erasing the Memory
a
Press the [Menu] button while an image is being displayed.
b
Select Memory from Settings, and then press the [
s "Using the Configuration Menu" p.114
] button.
Memory Function
c
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Select the function you want to perform, then press the [
button.
]
Function
Rename Memory
You can only perform Load Memory and Save Memory when an
image is displayed.
Explanation
Changes the memory name. Select the memory
name you want to change, and then press the [ ]
button. Enter the memory name using the soft
keyboard.
s "Soft keyboard operations" p.128
When you have finished, move the cursor over
Finish, and then press the [ ] button.
When a memory has already been saved, the memory name and its
color mode are displayed.
Function
Load Memory
Explanation
Loads the saved memory. When you select a
memory and press the [ ] button, the settings
applied to the current image are replaced with the
settings from the memory.
Save Memory
The settings for the image currently displayed are
saved as a memory. When you select a memory
name and press the [ ] button, the settings are
saved.
Erase Memory
Erases the registered memory. When you select a
memory name and press the [ ] button, a
message is displayed. Select Yes, and then press the
[ ] button to erase the selected memory. You can
erase all memories from Reset Memory.
s Reset - Reset Memory p.138
a
• You can register up to ten types of memory.
• If the mark on the left of the memory name is turned blue, it
means the memory has already been registered. When you
select a registered memory, a message is displayed asking you
to confirm if you want to overwrite the memory. If you select
Yes, the previous settings are deleted and the current settings
are registered.
Scheduling Function
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You can schedule turning the projector power on/off and switching the
input source, as events in the schedule. Registered events are executed
automatically at the specified time on the specified dates or weekly. You can
register up to 30 events.
Setting the Time
You can set the time for the projector. The set time is used for the schedule
function.
s "Saving a Schedule" p.101
a
• When you turn on the projector for the first time, the message "Do
you want to set the time?" is displayed. When you select Yes, the
screen from step 4 is displayed.
• When Time/Schedule Protection is set to On in Password
Protection, settings related to the date and time cannot be changed.
You can make changes after setting Time/Schedule Protection to
Off.
s "Managing Users (Password Protection)" p.107
a
Press the [Menu] button while projecting.
b
c
Select Operation from Extended.
s "Using the Configuration Menu" p.114
Select Date & Time, and then press the [
] button.
d
Make settings for the date and time.
Use the soft keyboard to enter the date and time.
s "Soft keyboard operations" p.128
Scheduling Function
Submenu
Date &
Time
Daylight
Saving
Time
Internet
Time
101
Function
Date
Set today's date.
Time
Set the current time.
Time Differ‐
ence (UTC)
Set the time difference from Coordinated
Universal Time.
Set
Applies the Date & Time settings.
Daylight Sav‐
ing Time
Set whether or not to activate the
daylight saving time. DST Adjustment
(min) adjusts the time difference between
the standard time and daylight saving
time.
DST Start
Set the date and time to start the daylight
saving time.*
DST End
Set the date and time to end the daylight
saving time.*
Set
Applies the Daylight Saving Time
settings.
Internet Time
Set to On to update the time
automatically through an Internet time
server.
Internet Time
Server
Enter the IP address for an Internet time
server.
Set
Applies the Internet Time settings.
* When setting it for the last Sunday of the month, set the Week to 5.
a
e
When changing settings, make sure you select Set, and then
press the [ ] button.
Press the [Menu] button to finish making settings.
Saving a Schedule
Setting a schedule
a
Press the [Menu] button while projecting.
b
c
Select Schedule Settings from Extended.
s "Using the Configuration Menu" p.114
Select Add New from Schedule.
Scheduling Function
d
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Set the event.
Lamp Relay Mode
Submenu Name
Event Settings
Date / Time Settings
Function
Select an operation of the projector when the event
is executed. Select No Change for items that you do
not want to change when the event occurs.
You can set the following item operations.
• Power
• Source
• Power Consumption (disabled during portrait
projection)
• Shutter
• Lamp Relay Mode
Set the date, day of the week, and time to execute
the event. Use the soft keyboard to enter the date
and time.
s "Soft keyboard operations" p.128
Specify the date and time to automatically switch to the lamp you want to
turn on.
By switching the lamps, you can reduce the the load on the lamps and
prevent deterioration.
Lamp Relay Mode is only available when Lamp Select is set to Dual or
Single.
s "Selecting the lamp" p.31
When it is set to Dual:
On
On
Off
(120 mi‐
nutes)
Lamp 1
12
9
e
f
3
6
Select Save, and then press the [
] button.
On
On
To register additional events, repeat steps 3 to 5.
Select Setup complete, and then select Yes to finish saving.
Lamp 2
12
9
3
6
12
9
3
6
: Specified time
Off
(120 mi‐
nutes)
On
Scheduling Function
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When it is set to Single:
On
Off
On
Off
Off
On
Off
On
b
Select Lamp Relay Mode, and then press the [
c
d
Select On, and then press the [
] button.
Lamp 1
Lamp 2
12
9
12
3
6
12
9
3
6
12
3
6
9
3
6
: Specified time
a
a
9
• When you set a total of two or more Lamp Relay Mode events, you
can enable only one of the events.
• When another event is registered with a date specified at the same
time in Lamp Relay Mode, the other event is executed.
Select Add New from Schedule.
s "Setting a schedule" p.101
] button.
Select the period for Lamp Relay Mode from Type.
Day of the Week: Lamp Relay Mode is executed at the specified time
on the same day of the week.
Daily: Lamp Relay Mode is executed at the specified time every
day.
e
Set the Day of the Week and Time based on the Type settings.
Use the soft keyboard to enter the date and time.
s "Soft keyboard operations" p.128
f
Select Save, and then press the [
] button.
Scheduling Function
g
Select Setup complete, and then select Yes to finish saving.
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Checking a schedule
a
b
Press the [Menu] button while projecting.
Select Schedule Settings from Extended.
The indicator appears at the time when an event is saved.
(Aqua): Single event
(Orange): Regular event
(Green): Communication monitoring On/Off
(Gray): Disabled event
Scheduling Function
c
Press the [ ][ ] buttons to highlight the date you want to check.
The details of the events registered on the selected date are displayed.
(Blue): Enabled event
(Gray): Disabled event
: Regular event
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Editing a schedule
a
Press the [Menu] button while projecting.
b
c
Select Schedule Settings from Extended.
s "Using the Configuration Menu" p.114
Press the [ ][ ] buttons to highlight the date containing the
event you want to edit.
Scheduling Function
d
106
Highlight the event you want to edit, and then press the [Esc]
button.
f
Select Setup complete, and then select Yes to finish editing.
The menu is displayed.
e
a
Edit the event.
Submenu Name
Function
On/Off
Enables or disables the selected event. (You can
enable only one Lamp Relay Mode event.)
Edit
Change the event details or date and time. Select
Save, and then press the [ ] button to complete
the editing.
Clear
Deletes the selected event.
Register
Saves a new event. Select Save, and then press the
[ ] button to complete the registration.
To delete all registered schedules, select Schedule Reset, and
then select Yes. Select Setup complete, and then select Yes.
Security Functions
The projector has the following security functions.
• Password Protection
You can limit who can use the projector.
• Control Panel Lock/Lens Operation Lock/Remote Control Button Lock
You can prevent people changing the settings on the projector without
permission.
s "Restricting Operation" p.110
• Anti-Theft Lock
The projector is equipped with an anti-theft security device.
s "Anti-Theft Lock" p.112
Managing Users (Password Protection)
When Password Protection is activated, people who do not know the
password cannot use the projector to project images even if the projector
power is on. Furthermore, the user's logo that is displayed when you turn
on the projector cannot be changed. This acts as an anti-theft function as
the projector cannot be used even if it is stolen. At the time of purchase,
Password Protection is not activated.
Kinds of Password Protection
The following three kinds of Password Protection settings can be made
according to how the projector is being used.
1. Power On Protection
When Power On Protection is On, you need to enter a preset password after the
projector is plugged in and turned on (this also applies to Direct Power On). If the
correct password is not entered, projection does not start.
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2. User's Logo Protection
When User's Logo Protection is set to On, the following setting changes for the
User's Logo are prohibited.
• Capturing a User's Logo
• Changing the settings for Display Background and Startup Screen
from Display in the Extended menu
3. Network Protection
When Network Protection is set to On, changing the settings for the Network
menu is prohibited.
4. Time/Schedule Protection
When Time/Schedule Protection is set to On, changing settings for the projector's
system time or schedules is prohibited.
Security Functions
108
Setting Password Protection
a
During projection, hold down the [Freeze] button for about five
seconds.
The Password Protection setting menu is displayed.
Remote control
c
Select On, and then press the [
d
Set the password.
] button.
Press the [Esc] button to return to the screen in step 2.
(1)
Select Password, and then press the [
(2)
When the message "Change the password?" is displayed, select Yes and
then press the [ ] button. The default password is set to "0000". Change
this to your own desired password. If you select No, the screen displayed
in step 2 is displayed again.
While holding down the [Num] button, enter a four digit number using
the numeric buttons. The number entered is displayed as "* * * *". When
you enter the fourth digit, the confirmation screen is displayed.
(3)
] button.
Remote control
a
If Password Protection is already activated, you must enter the
password.
If the password is entered correctly, the Password Protection
setting menu is displayed.
s "Entering the Password" p.109
b
Select the type of Password Protection you want to set, and then
press the [ ] button.
(4)
Re-enter the password.
The message "Password accepted." is displayed.
If you enter the password incorrectly, a message is displayed prompting
you to re-enter the password.
Security Functions
Entering the Password
When the password entry screen is displayed, enter the password using the
remote control.
While holding down the [Num] button, enter the password by pressing the
numeric buttons.
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Attention
• If an incorrect password is entered three times in succession, the message
"The projector's operation will be locked." is displayed for approximately five
minutes, and then the projector switches to standby mode. If this happens,
disconnect the power plug from the electrical outlet and then reinsert it and
turn the projector's power back on. The projector displays the password entry
screen again so that you can enter the correct password.
• If you have forgotten the password, make a note of the "Request Code:
xxxxx" number that appears on the screen and contact the nearest address
provided in the Epson Projector Contact List.
s Epson Projector Contact List
• If you continue to repeat the above operation and input the wrong password
30 times in succession, the following message is displayed and the projector
does not accept any more password entries.
"The projector's operation will be locked. Contact your nearest Epson service
center."
s Epson Projector Contact List
When you enter the correct password, Password Protection is temporarily
released.
Security Functions
110
a
Restricting Operation
The following three kinds of operation restriction functions are available
with the projector.
• Control Panel Lock
This is useful at events or shows when you want to deactivate all buttons
during projection or at schools when you want to limit button operation.
You can also make settings in Control Panel Lock in the
Configuration menu.
s Settings - Control Panel Lock p.121
b
Select either Full Lock or Partial Lock according to your purpose.
c
Select Yes when the confirmation message is displayed.
• Lens Operation Lock
This function deactivates all buttons on the remote control related to the
lens operation to prevent improper lens adjustment after it is properly
adjusted.
• Remote Control Button Lock
This function deactivates buttons except for the main buttons needed for
basic remote control operation, to prevent mistakes in operations.
Control Panel Lock
Perform one of the following to lock the operation buttons on the control
panel. Even if the control panel is locked, you can still use the remote
control as usual.
• Full Lock
All of the buttons on the control panel are locked. You cannot perform
any operations from the control panel, including turning the power on or
off.
• Control Panel Lock
All of the buttons on the control panel, except for the [t] button, are
locked.
a
Press the [ ] button on the control panel during projection to
display the Control Panel Lock screen.
The control panel buttons are locked according to the setting you
chose.
a
You can release the control panel lock by one of the following
two methods.
• Use the remote control to set Control Panel Lock to Off in
the Configuration menu.
s Settings - Control Panel Lock p.121
• Press and hold down the [ ] button on the control panel
for about seven seconds, a message is displayed and the lock
is released.
Security Functions
Lens Operation Lock
This function locks the following buttons on the remote control related to
the lens operation.
111
Remote Control Button Lock
This function locks the following buttons on the remote control.
Set the Lens Operation Lock to On in the Configuration menu.
s Settings - Lens Operation Lock p.121
Each time the [Help] button is pressed for at least 5 seconds, the remote
control button lock turns on or off.
Security Functions
a
Even if the remote control button lock is on, the following operations
are possible.
• Resetting default for the Remote Receiver setting
• Releasing the remote control button lock
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Anti-Theft Lock
The projector is equipped with the following types of anti-theft security
devices.
• Security slot
The security slot is compatible with the Microsaver Security System
manufactured by Kensington.
See the following for more details on the Microsaver Security System.
s http://www.kensington.com/
• Handles
A commercially available theft-prevention wire lock can be passed
through the handle to secure the projector to a desk or pillar.
Installing the wire lock
Pass an anti-theft wire lock through the handle.
See the documentation supplied with the wire lock for locking instructions.
Configuration Menu
This chapter explains how to use the Configuration menu and its functions.
Using the Configuration Menu
This section explains how to use the Configuration menu.
Although steps are explained using the remote control as an example, you
can perform the same operations from the control panel. Check the guide
under the menu for the available buttons and their operations.
a
b
114
c
Select a submenu item.
d
Change settings.
Display the Configuration menu screen.
Select a top menu item.
a
e
When Default: Reset is displayed on the guide, and you press
the [Default] button on the remote control, the settings being
adjusted are returned to their default values.
Press the [Menu] button to finish making settings.
List of Functions
115
Top Menu Name
Configuration Menu Table
Image Menu
s p.117
Signal Menu
s p.119
Items or Setting Values
Video Range
Auto, Normal, Expanded
Input Signal
Auto, RGB, Component
Video Signal
Auto, NTSC, NTSC4.43, PAL, MPAL, N-PAL, PAL60, SECAM
Dynamic, Presentation, Theatre,
Photo, Sports, sRGB, DICOM SIM,
Multi-Projection, 3D Dynamic, 3D
Presentation, 3D Theatre, 3D
Multi-Projection
Aspect
Auto, Normal, 4:3, 16:9, Full,
Zoom, Native
Scale
-
Overscan
Auto, Off, 4%, 8%
Brightness
-24 to 24
Image Processing
Fine, Fast
Contrast
-24 to 24
Geometric Correction
Color Saturation
-32 to 32
Off, H/V-Keystone, Quick Corner,
Curved Surface, Point Correction,
Corner Wall
Tint
-32 to 32
Split Screen
-
Sharpness
-5 to 5, Advanced
Control Panel Lock
Full Lock, Partial Lock, Off
Color Temp.
3200K, 5000K to 10000K, -3 to 6
Lens Operation Lock
On, Off
Advanced
Gamma, RGB, RGBCMY
Power Consumption
Normal, Temp Interlock, ECO
Auto Iris
Off, Normal, High Speed
Remote Receiver
Front/Rear, Front, Rear, Off
3D Setup
3D Images
User Button
Auto Setup
On, Off
User Button 1, User Button 2, User
Button 3
Resolution
Auto, Wide, Normal, Manual
Test Pattern
-
Tracking
-
Memory
Sync.
-
Load Memory, Save Memory,
Erase Memory, Rename Memory
Position
-
Display
Progressive
Off, Video, Film/Auto
Frame Interpolation
Off, Low, Normal, High
Super-resolution
0 to 3
Menu Position, Message Position,
Messages, Display Background,
Startup Screen, Standby
Confirmation, Air Filter Notice,
Screen, Panel Alignment, Color
Uniformity
Noise Reduction
Off, NR1, NR2
User's Logo
-
Mosquito NR
On, Off
Settable items vary depending on the model being used and the image
signal and source being projected.
Top Menu Name
Submenu Name
Submenu Name
Color Mode
Items or Setting Values
Settings menu
s p.121
Extended Menu
s p.122
List of Functions
Top Menu Name
116
Submenu Name
Projection
Front, Front/Upside Down, Rear,
Rear/Upside Down
Direction
Normal, Pointing Up, Pointing
Down, Angled Up, Angled Down
Operation
Info menu
s p.136
Reset Menu
s p.138
Items or Setting Values
Direct Power On, Sleep Mode,
Sleep Mode Timer, Shutter Timer,
High Altitude Mode, Startup
Source Search, Auto Power On,
Advanced, Date & Time
Network Menu
Top Menu Name
Basic menu
s p.129
Wireless LAN menu
s p.130
Submenu Name
Items or Setting Values
Projector Name
-
PJLink Password
-
Web Control Password
-
Projector Keyword
On, Off
Wireless LAN Power
On, Off
Connection Mode
Quick, Advanced
A/V Settings
A/V Output, Monitor Out
Channel
1ch, 6ch, 11ch
Standby Mode
Communication On,
Communication Off
SSID Auto Setting
On, Off
HDBaseT
Communication On, Extron XTP
SSID
-
Multi-Projection
Projector ID, Scale, Color Mode,
Color Uniformity, Edge Blending,
Brightness Level, Color Matching,
RGBCMY, Black Level
Search Access Point
-
IP Settings
DHCP, IP Address, Subnet
Mask, Gateway Address
SSID Display
On, Off
IP Address Display
On, Off
Security
Off, WPA2-PSK,
WPA/WPA2-PSK
Passphrase
-
IP Settings
DHCP, IP Address, Subnet
Mask, Gateway Address
IP Address Display
On, Off
Mail Notification
On, Off
SMTP Server
-
Port Number
-
Address 1 Setting,
Address 2 Setting,
Address 3 Setting
-
Lamp Select
Dual, Single, Lamp 1, Lamp 2
Schedule Settings
-
Language
27 languages
Projector Info
Source, Input Signal, Resolution,
Video Signal, Refresh Rate, Sync
Info, Status, Serial Number, Event
ID, HDBaseT Signal Quality
Lamp Info
Lamp Hours, Lamp Status
Version
Main, Video, Status Monitor
Reset All
-
Reset Memory
-
Security menu
s p.132
Wired LAN menu
s p.133
Mail menu
s p.134
List of Functions
Top Menu Name
Others menu
s p.135
117
Submenu Name
Items or Setting Values
Image Menu
SNMP
On, Off
Trap IP Address 1 and
Trap IP Address 2
-
Settable items vary depending on the image signal and source currently
being projected. Setting details are saved for each image signal.
Priority Gateway
Wired LAN, Wireless LAN
s "Automatically Detect Input Signals and Change the Projected Image
AMX Device Discovery
On, Off
Crestron RoomView
On, Off
Bonjour
On, Off
Message Broadcasting
On, Off
(Search)" p.58
Submenu
Function
Color Mode
Select the quality of the image to suit your surroundings.
s "Selecting the Projection Quality (Selecting Color Mode)"
p.70
Brightness
Adjusts the image brightness.
Contrast
Adjusts the difference between light and shade in the images.
Color Saturation
(Adjustment is only possible when component video or
composite video images are being input.)
Adjusts the color saturation for the images.
List of Functions
Submenu
118
Function
Tint
(Adjustment is possible when component video signals are being
input. Composite video and S-video input signals can only be
adjusted when they are NTSC video signals.)
Adjusts the image tint.
Sharpness
(Only Standard can be set when Image Processing is set to
Fast.)
Standard: You can adjust the image sharpness. To make moredetailed settings, select Advanced.
Advanced: The following four items can be set.
Thin Line Enhancement: If this parameter is set to a positive
value, details such as hair or fabric patterns are enhanced.
Thick Line Enhancement: If this parameter is set to a positive
value, the outline, background, and the other main parts of the
objects in the image are enhanced to show them clearly.
Vert. Line Enhancement: If this parameter is set to a positive
value, vertical lines in the image are enhanced.
Horiz. Line Enhancement: If this parameter is set to a positive
value, horizontal lines in the image are enhanced.
Color Temp.
You can adjust the overall tint of the image. When the Color
Mode is set to sRGB or DICOM SIM, adjust to 11 steps in 3200K,
5000K to 10000K. When the Color Mode is set to other settings,
you can adjust it in a range of -3 to 6. The image is tinted blue
when a high value is selected and tinted red when a low value is
selected.
Advanced
You can make adjustments by choosing the following items.
Gamma: You can adjust the coloring by selecting one of the
gamma correction values, or referring to the projected image or a
gamma graph.
RGB: c
RGBCMY: You can adjust the hue, saturation, and brightness of
each color R (red), G (green), B (blue), C (cyan), M (magenta), Y
(yellow) individually.
Submenu
Function
Auto Iris
(This item can be set only if Color Mode is set to Dynamic,
Theatre, 3D Dynamic or 3D Theatre. It cannot be set if Edge
Blending is set to On.)
Set to Normal or High Speed to adjust the iris to obtain the
optimum light for images being projected. Select High Speed to
make faster iris corrections to match the speed of the scene.
The setting is stored for each Color Mode.
Reset
You can reset all adjustment values for the Image menu to their
default settings. See the following to return all menu items to
their default settings.
s "Reset Menu" p.138
List of Functions
119
Submenu
Signal Menu
Resolution
(Only available when an analog RGB computer signal is being
input.)
Set to Auto to automatically identify the resolution of the input
signal. If images are not projected correctly when set to Auto, for
example if some of the image is missing, set to Wide for wide
screens, or set to Normal for 4:3 or 5:4 screens depending on the
connected computer.
Manual allows you to specify the resolution. This is ideal when
the connected computer is always the same.
Tracking
(Only available when an analog RGB computer signal is being
input.)
You can adjust computer images when vertical stripes appear in
the images.
Sync.
(Only available when an analog RGB computer signal is being
input.)
You can adjust computer images when flickering, fuzziness, or
interference appears in the images.
Position
You can adjust the display position up, down, left, and right when
a part of the image is missing so that the whole image is projected.
Progressive
Interlaceg (i) signal is converted to Progressiveg (p). (IP
conversion)
Off: Ideal for images with a large amount of movement.
Video: Ideal for general video images.
Film/Auto: This is ideal for movie films, computer graphics, and
animation.
Frame Interpola‐
tion
(EB-Z10005U/
EB-Z10000U/
EB-Z9875U/
EB-Z9870U/
EB-Z9750U only)
You can play fast moving images smoothly by producing
intermediate frames between the original frames.
Settable items vary depending on the image signal and source currently
being projected. Setting details are saved for each image signal.
Submenu
Function
3D Setup
When projecting passive 3D images using two projectors, set 3D
Images to On.
Auto Setup
(Only available when an analog RGB computer signal is being
input.)
Set to On to automatically adjust Tracking, Sync., and Position to
the optimum state when the input signal changes.
Function
List of Functions
120
Submenu
Function
Super-resolution
To display a crisp image, you can reduce the blurring that is
created on the edge when the image data is scaled up to fit the
panel resolution of the image signal.
Noise Reduction
(This cannot be set when Image Processing is set to Fast.)
Smoothes out the roughness in progressive images. There are
two modes. Select the setting that best suits your environment. It
is recommended that this is set to Off when viewing image
sources in which noise is very low, such as for DVDs.
Mosquito NR
(This cannot be set when Image Processing is set to Fast.)
When a progressive signal is being input, you can reduce the
wavy noise that occurs in lines between areas with dramatic
changes in colors.
Video Range
Select the video range for the input signal from the HDMI input
port, the DVI-D input port, HDBaseT port, or the SDI input port.
Set to Expanded if you are concerned about misadjusted black
levels or blown out highlights in the image.
Input Signal
You can select an input signal from the Computer input port or
BNC input port.
If set to Auto, the input signal is set automatically according to
the connected equipment.
If colors do not appear correctly when set to Auto, select the
appropriate signal according to the connected equipment.
Video Signal
You can select an input signal from the Video input port or SVideo input port. If set to Auto, video signals are recognized
automatically. If interference appears in the image or a problem
occurs such as no image is being projected when set to Auto,
select the appropriate signal according to the connected
equipment.
Aspect
You can set the aspect ratiog for projected images.
s "Changing the Aspect Ratio of the Projected Image" p.72
Scale
When using multiple projectors to project one image, adjust the
range of the image displayed by each projector.
s "Combining Scaled Images" p.89
Submenu
Function
Overscan
(This setting can only be adjusted when a Component Video
signal or RGB-Video signal is being input.)
Changes the output image ratio (the range of the projected
image). You can set the cropping range to 4% or 8%. When set to
Auto, this is automatically adjusted according to the input signal.
Image Process‐
ing
Changes settings for image processing.
Fine: Images are displayed in higher quality.
Fast: Images are displayed quicker.
Reset
You can reset all adjustment values on the Signal menu to their
default settings, except for Input Signal and Image Processing.
See the following to return all menu items to their default
settings.
s "Reset Menu" p.138
List of Functions
Settings Menu
121
Submenu
Function
Geometric Cor‐
rection
You can correct distortion.
s "Correcting Distortion in the Projected Image" p.60
• Off:
Temporarily cancels the geometric correction.
• H/V-Keystone:
Adjust V-Keystone and H-Keystone to correct vertical
and horizontal keystone distortion.
• Quick Corner:
Select and correct the four corners of the projected image.
• Curved Surface:
Corrects distortion that occurs when projecting on a
curved surface.
• Point Correction:
Divides the projected image into a grid and corrects the
distortion by moving the selected point of intersection
from side to side and up and down.
• Corner Wall:
Corrects distortion that occurs when projecting on a
surface with right angles.
Split Screen
You can split the screen into two screens.
s "Projecting Two Images Simultaneously (Split Screen)"
p.91
Control Panel
Lock
You can restrict operation of the projector's control panel.
s "Control Panel Lock" p.110
Lens Operation
Lock
You can restrict the lens operation of the remote control.
s "Lens Operation Lock" p.111
Power Con‐
sumption
(Disabled during portrait projection.)
When set to Normal, the lamp is at its brightest.
When set to Temp Interlock, if the surrounding
temperature* gets too high, the lamp automatically dims to
control the operating temperature.
When set to ECO, the power consumption during
projection drops and the fan noise is reduced.
List of Functions
122
Submenu
Function
Remote receiver
You can limit the reception of the operation signal from the
remote control.
When set to Off, you cannot perform any operations from
the remote control. If you want to make operations from
the remote control, hold down the [Menu] button on the
remote control for at least 15 seconds to reset the setting to
its default value.
User Button
Select the items in the Configuration menu that you want to
assign to the [User1], [User2], and [User3] buttons on the
remote control. The following items can be assigned.
Power Consumption, Info, Progressive, Geometric
Correction, Multi-Projection, Resolution, Memory, Image
Processing, or On-Screen Display
Test Pattern
You can display a test pattern to adjust the projection
without connecting other equipment when you set up the
projector.
s "Displaying a Test Pattern" p.34
Memory
Perform operations and make settings for the memory
function.
s "Memory Function" p.98
Reset
You can reset all adjustment values on the Settings menu to
their default settings, except for User Button and
Memory.
See the following to return all menu items to their default
settings.
s "Reset Menu" p.138
* Operating temperature of +45˚C at an altitude of 0 to 1,499 m, and +40˚C at an
altitude of 1,500 to 3,048 m.
Extended Menu
List of Functions
Submenu
Display
123
Function
You can make settings related to the projector's display.
Menu Position: Select the position to display the menu on
the projected screen.
Message Position: Select the position to display the message
on the projected screen.
Messages: When set to Off, the following items will not be
displayed.
Item names when the Source, Color Mode, or Aspect is
changed, messages when no signal is being input, and
warnings such as High Temp Warning.
Display Background*: You can set the screen background
to Black, Blue, or Logo when no image signal is available.
Startup Screen*: Set to On to display the User's Logo when
you turn on the projector.
Standby Confirmation: (This item can be set when the
Remote Control Type is set to Simple.) When set to On
(default), a confirmation message is displayed asking
whether or not to turn off the power when the [t] button
is pressed. Press the [t] button again to turn the power
off.
If it is set to Off, you can turn off the power simply by
pressing the [t] button once.
Air Filter Notice: Set whether or not to enable the Air
Filter Notice function. When this is set to On and a clog in
the air filter is detected, the message is displayed on the
screen.
Screen: (This item cannot be set when projecting images
from a computer over a network.) Set the aspect ratio and
position of the projected screen according to the screen
being used.
s "Screen Settings" p.32
Panel Alignment: Correct color misalignments (red and
blue) in the screen.
s "Panel Alignment" p.181
Color Uniformity: Adjusts the color tone balance for the
whole screen.
Submenu
Function
s "Color Uniformity" p.183
User's Logo*
Change the User's Logo to display when the power is turned
on or the image signal is not input.
s "Saving a User's Logo" p.96
Projection
Select from one of the following projection methods
depending on how the projector is installed.
Front, Front/Upside Down, Rear, and Rear/Upside Down
s "Changing the direction of the image (Projection)"
p.31
Direction
Set this parameter according to the installation angle of the
projector.
s "Installation Settings" p.30
List of Functions
Submenu
Operation
124
Function
Direct Power On: Set to On to turn on the projector
simply by plugging it in.
When the power cord is plugged in, note that the projector
turns on automatically in cases such as a power outage
being restored.
Sleep Mode: When set to On, this automatically stops
projection when no image signal is being input and no
operations are carried out.
Sleep Mode Timer: When Sleep Mode is set to On, you
can set the time before the projector automatically turns off
within a range of 1 to 30 minutes.
Shutter Timer: When set to On, this automatically turns off
the projector when no operations are carried out for
approximately 120 minutes while the shutter function is
activated.
High Altitude Mode: Set to On when using the projector
above an altitude of 1,500 m.
Startup Source Search: Set whether or not (On/Off) to
automatically detect the image signal being input when the
projector is turned on.
Auto Power On: (Only available when Standby Mode is set
to Communication On.) If it is set to Computer or BNC,
the projector is turned on when the signals are received
from the Computer input port or BNC input port, even
when the projector is in standby status.
Submenu
Operation
Function
Advanced: The following items can be set.
• BNC Sync Termination: Set the termination for the
signal from the BNC input port. This should usually be
set to Off. Set to On when analog (75Ω) termination such
as for switchers is necessary.
• Remote Control Type: You can select Normal or Simple
depending on the type of remote control.
Set this item to Normal to use the remote control
provided with this projector. When Simple is selected, you
can use the remote control provided with other Epson
projectors to operate this projector. This is useful if you
want to use a remote control that you are already familiar
with to operate the projector.
However, you cannot use the remote control provided
with this projector if this is set to Simple. Make sure that
the setting is correct because, if the projector is installed
on the ceiling or somewhere hard to reach, changing it
back to Normal may be difficult. Additionally, you cannot
use functions that are not equipped with this projector or
the remote control that you are using.
• Shutter Button: Select an operation to perform when
the [Shutter] button is pressed. When Shutter is selected,
the electric shutter opens/closes. When Blank is selected,
this turns off the image temporarily.
• Shutter Release: If it is set to Shutter, it is only released
by pressing the [Shutter] button, (or by sending a
command to release the shutter function).
When set to Any Button, the shutter function is released
when any operation is performed on the projector.
s "Hiding the Image Temporarily (Shutter)" p.94
• Beep: When set to Off, the confirmation buzzer does not
beep to notify you that the power turns on or off, or
cooling down is finished.
• Indicators: When set to Off, the projector's indicators are
turned off, except for error or warning.
List of Functions
Submenu
Operation
125
Function
• Lens Type: Select the model number for the lens you are
using. Select ELPLS04 for the projector that has a built-in
lens.
Submenu
Standby Mode
• Instant Off: When set to Enabled, the projector goes into
standby status in approximately three seconds after power
off. If you turn the power on immediately after turning it
off, command communication may be cut off. To stabilize
command communication, set this to Disabled. When set
to Disabled, the projector goes into standby status in
approximately 170 seconds after power off.
• Date & Time: Make system time settings for the
projector.
s "Setting the Time" p.100
A/V Settings
A/V Output: (Only available when Communication On is
set for Standby Mode.) When set to Always On, you can
perform the following operations even if the projector is in
standby mode.
• Output images to an external monitor.
• Use the status monitor.
Monitor Out: Select the image source output to an external
monitor when the projector is in standby status. When set
to Auto, analog RGB signals from the Computer input port
or the BNC input port are output depending on which
source was selected when the projector was turned off.
Function
(This item cannot be set when Extron XTP is set to On.)
If you set Communication On, you can perform the
following operations even if the projector is in standby
mode.
• Monitor and control the projector over a network.
• Output audio and images to an external device. (Only
when A/V Output is set to Always On.)
• Use the status monitor. (Only when A/V Output is set to
Always On.)
• Communication from the HDBaseT port is enabled. (Only
when Control Communications is set to On.)
• Start projection by inputting an image signal. (Only
available when Auto Power ON is set to On.)
a
When monitoring or controlling the pro‐
jector over the network using wireless LAN,
set Connection Mode to Advanced.
s Network - Wireless LAN - Connection
Mode p.130
HDBaseT
Control Communications (This cannot be set when Extron
XTP is set to On.) When set to On, Ethernet
communication, serial communication, and the wired
remote control through the HDBaseT Transmitter connected
to the HDBaseT port are all enabled. (When this is enabled,
the projector's LAN port, RS-232C port, and Remote port
are disabled.)
Extron XTP: Set to On when you connect the Extron XTP
transmitter or switcher to the HDBaseT port. See the
following Extron Web site for more details on the XTP
system.
http://www.extron.com/
a
When Extron XTP is set to On, the fan
may rotate in standby mode but this is not
abnormal.
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126
Submenu
Function
Multi-Projection
Make settings when projecting from multiple projectors.
s "Multi-Projection Function" p.80
Projector ID: Set the ID from 1 to 9. Off indicates that no
ID is set.
s "ID Settings" p.39
Scale: When using multiple projectors to project one image,
adjust the range of the image displayed by each projector.
s "Combining Scaled Images" p.89
Color Mode: Set to Multi-Projection (or 3D MultiProjection for projecting 3D images).
Color Uniformity: Adjusts the color tone balance for the
whole screen.
s "Color Uniformity" p.183
Edge Blending: Corrects a border between multiple images
to create a seamless screen.
s "Adjust the overlapping area of the images (Edge
Blending)" p.81
Brightness Level: When the brightness of each lamp differs,
set the lamp brightness level between 1 and 5. This item can
be adjusted only when Power Consumption is set to
Normal in the Settings menu.
s "Correcting the brightness" p.83
Color Matching: Corrects the difference between the tint
and brightness of each projected image.
s "Color Matching" p.85
RGBCMY: You can adjust the Hue, Saturation, and
Brightness for R (red), G (Green), B (Blue), C (Cyan), M
(Magenta), and Y (Yellow) color components.
s "Adjusting RGBCMY" p.86
Black Level: Adjusts the differences in brightness and tone
for areas where images overlap and areas where the images
do not overlap.
s "Black Level" p.86
Reset: You can reset all adjustment values for the MultiProjection menu to their default settings.
Submenu
Function
Lamp Select
Select the lamps to be turned on.
s "Selecting the lamp" p.31
Schedule Set‐
tings
You can set the projector's schedule so that it performs a
specific operation at a specified date and time.
s "Scheduling Function" p.100
Language
You can set the language for messages and menus.
Reset
You can reset all adjustment values for the Extended menu
to their default settings. However, the following items are
not reset.
Screen Type, Screen Position, Projection, Direction, High
Altitude Mode, Startup Source Search, Remote Control
Type, Shutter Release, Lens Type, A/V Output, Monitor
Out, Standby Mode, Control Communications, Projector
ID, Color Matching, Lamp Select, Language
See the following to return all menu items to their default
settings.
s "Reset Menu" p.138
*
When User's Logo Protection is set to On in Password Protection, you
cannot change settings related to user's logo. You can make changes after
setting User's Logo Protection to Off.
s "Managing Users (Password Protection)" p.107
List of Functions
Network Menu
When Network Protection is set to On in Password Protection, a message
is displayed and the network settings cannot be changed. Set Network
Protection to Off and then configure the network.
127
Submenu
Function
Net. Info. - Wire‐
less LAN
Displays the following network setting status information.
• Connection Mode
• Wireless LAN System
• Antenna Level
• Projector Name
• SSID
• DHCP
• IP Address
• Subnet Mask
• Gateway Address
• MAC Address
• Region Code*
Net. Info. Wired LAN
Displays the following network setting status information.
• Projector Name
• DHCP
• IP Address
• Subnet Mask
• Gateway Address
• MAC Address
Network Config‐
uration
The following menus are available for setting network items.
Basic, Wireless LAN, Security, Wired LAN, Mail, Others,
Reset, Complete
s "Setting Password Protection" p.108
*
Displays available region information for the wireless LAN unit being used.
For more details, contact your local dealer or the nearest address provided in
the Epson Projector Contact List.
s Epson Projector Contact List
a
• By using a Web browser of a computer connected to the projector
on a network, you can set functions and control the projector. This
function is called Web Control. You can easily enter text using a
keyboard to make settings for Web Control such as security settings.
s "Changing Settings Using a Web Browser (Web Control)"
p.186
• Contact your network administrator for details on network settings.
List of Functions
Notes on operating the Network menu
Selecting from the top menu and sub menus, and changing selected items is
the same as making operations from the Configuration menu.
When done, make sure you go to the Complete menu, and select Yes, No,
or Cancel. When you select Yes or No, you are returned to the
Configuration menu.
128
Soft keyboard operations
The Network menu contains items that require entry of alphanumeric
characters during setup. In this case, the following software keyboard is
displayed. Press the [ ][ ][ ][ ] buttons on the remote control or
control panel to move the cursor to the desired key, and then press the [ ]
button to enter the selected character. Enter figures by holding down
the [Num] button on the remote control, and pressing the numeric buttons.
After entering, press Finish on the keyboard to confirm your entry. Press
Cancel on the keyboard to cancel your entry.
Yes: Saves the settings and exits the Network menu.
No: Exits to the Network menu without saving the settings.
Cancel: Continues displaying the Network menu.
• Each time the CAPS key is selected and the [
sets and changes between upper case and lower
• Each time the SYM1/2 key is selected and the [
sets and changes the symbol keys for the section
The following types of character can be entered.
] button is pressed, it
case letters.
] button is pressed, it
enclosed by the frame.
Numbers
0123456789
Letters
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz
Symbols
! # $ % & '() + - . / < = > ? @ ^ _ ` { | } ~
List of Functions
a
129
• : Except for the SSID, colons and spaces cannot be entered on the
Network menu.
• Some symbols (" * , ; [ \ ]) cannot be entered using the software
keyboard. Enter these characters using a Web browser.
s "Changing Settings Using a Web Browser (Web Control)"
p.186
Submenu
Web Control
Password
Set a password to use when making settings and controlling the
projector using Web Control. You can enter up to eight singlebyte alphanumeric characters (* cannot be used). The default
password is "admin".
Web Control is a computer function that allows you to set up and
control the projector by using the Web browser on a computer
connected on a Network.
s "Changing Settings Using a Web Browser (Web Control)"
p.186
Projector Key‐
word
When set to On, you have to enter the keyword when you try to
connect the projector to a computer via a network. This allows
you to prevent presentations from being interrupted by
connections from other computers.
Normally this should be set to On.
s EasyMP Network Projection Operation Guide
s EasyMP Multi PC Projection Operation Guide
Basic menu
Submenu
Function
Projector Name
Displays the projector name used to identify the projector when
connected to a network.
When editing, you can enter up to 16 single-byte alphanumeric
characters. The following characters cannot be used: " * + , / ; < =
>?[\]`|
PJLink Password
Set a password to use when you access the projector using
compatible PJLink software. You can enter up to 32 single-byte
alphanumeric characters (symbols cannot be used).
Function
List of Functions
130
Wireless LAN Menu
Submenu
Wireless LAN
Power
Submenu
Connection
Mode
Set the connection mode to use when connecting the projector
and a computer over a wireless LAN.
If you select Quick (default), a small network is created
automatically by the projector and computer. It is used in
combination with EasyMP Network Projection. When the SSID
Auto Setting is set to On, the projector becomes an easy access
point. When set to Off, the network is created in Ad hoc
modeg.
If you select Advanced, the connection is established in
infrastructure modeg through the access point installed. When
monitoring or controlling the projector over the network, set
Advanced.
See the following manual for details on connection mode.
s EasyMP Network Projection Operation Guide
s EasyMP Multi PC Projection Operation Guide
Channel
(This can only be set if Connection Mode is set to Quick.)
Select the frequency band used by the wireless LAN from 1ch,
6ch, or 11ch.
This is set to 11ch by default.
SSID Auto Set‐
ting
(This can only be set if Connection Mode is set to Quick.)
Set to On to speed up the projector search.
Set to Off when connecting to multiple projectors at the same
time.
This is set to On by default.
SSID
(This can only be set if SSID Auto Setting is set to Off.)
Enter an SSIDg. When an SSID is provided for the wireless LAN
system in which the projector participates, enter the SSID.
You can enter up to 32 single-byte alphanumeric characters (: ^
can only be entered from the Web browser). If the SSID is left
blank or set to ANY, an ANY connection (selects a connection
from local access points without specifying an SSID) is
established.
Function
Set to On when connecting the projector to the computer over
wireless LAN.
If you do not want to connect over wireless LAN, set to Off to
prevent unauthorized access by others.
This is set to On by default.
Function
List of Functions
Submenu
131
Function
Search Access
Point
When Connection Mode is set to Advanced, you can search for
surrounding access points, and select the SSID to connect from
those access points. Depending on the access point settings, they
may not be displayed in the list. You must set security separately.
IP Settings
(This can only be set if Connection Mode is set to Advanced.)
You can make network settings.
DHCP: Set to On to configure the network using DHCP g. If this
is set to On, you cannot set any more addresses.
IP Address: You can enter the IP addressg assigned to the
projector. You can enter a number from 0 to 255 in each field of
the address. However, the following IP addresses cannot be used.
0.0.0.0, 127.x.x.x, 224.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255 (where x is a
number from 0 to 255)
Subnet Mask: You can enter the Subnet Maskg for the projector.
You can enter a number from 0 to 255 in each field of the address.
However, the following subnet masks cannot be used.
0.0.0.0, 255.255.255.255
Gateway Address: You can enter the IP address for the gatewayg
for the projector. You can enter a number from 0 to 255 in each
field of the address. However, the following gateway addresses
cannot be used.
0.0.0.0, 127.x.x.x, 224.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255 (where x is a
number from 0 to 255)
SSID Display
To prevent the SSIDg from being displayed on the LAN Standby
screen, set this to Off.
IP Address Dis‐
play
To prevent the IP addressg from being displayed on the LAN
Standby screen, set this to Off.
Search access point screen
Detected access points are displayed in a list. You can detect up to 30
access points.
Submenu
Refresh
Function
Searches for the access point again.
Indicates an access point that is being connected.
Indicates the access points where security is set.
If you select an access point where security has not been set, the
Wireless LAN menu is displayed.
If you select an access point where security has been set, the
Security menu is displayed. Select a type of security according to
the security settings for the access point.
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132
Security menu
Submenu
Passphrase
Submenu
Security
Function
Select the security type from the items that are displayed.
When setting security, follow the instructions from the
administrator of the network system you are about to access.
Function
(This can only be selected when Security is set to WPA2-PSK or
WPA/WPA2-PSK.)
Enter the passphrase. You can enter at least 8 and up to 63 singlebyte alphanumeric characters.
When using with EasyMP Network Projection, you do not need
to enter the passphrase in the computer if it is the initial (default)
passphrase.
s "Reset Menu" p.136
You can enter up to 32 characters on the Configuration menu.
When entering more than 32 characters, use your Web browser
to enter the text.
s "Changing Settings Using a Web Browser (Web Control)"
p.186
When Connection Mode is set to Quick, the initial passphrase is
set.
Type of security
When the optional wireless LAN unit is attached and being used in
Advanced connection mode, it is strongly recommended that you set
security.
WPA is an encryption standard that improves the security for wireless
networks. The projector supports TKIP and AES encryption methods.
WPA also includes user authentication functions. WPA authentication
provides two methods: using an authentication server, or authenticating
between a computer and an access point without using a server. This
projector supports the latter method, without a server.
a
For setting details, follow the instructions from your network
administrator.
List of Functions
Wired LAN menu
133
Submenu
Function
IP Settings
You can make settings related to the following addresses.
DHCP: Set to On to configure the network using DHCPg. If this
is set to On, you cannot set any more addresses.
IP Address: You can enter the IP addressg assigned to the
projector. You can enter a number from 0 to 255 in each field of
the address. However, the following IP addresses cannot be used.
0.0.0.0, 127.x.x.x, 224.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255 (where x is a
number from 0 to 255)
Subnet Mask: You can enter the Subnet Maskg for the projector.
You can enter a number from 0 to 255 in each field of the address.
However, the following subnet masks cannot be used.
0.0.0.0, 255.255.255.255
Gateway Address: You can enter the IP address for the gatewayg
for the projector. You can enter a number from 0 to 255 in each
field of the address. However, the following gateway addresses
cannot be used.
0.0.0.0, 127.x.x.x, 224.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255 (where x is a
number from 0 to 255)
IP Address Dis‐
play
To prevent the IP address from being displayed on Network Info
in the Network menu and on the LAN Standby screen, set this to
Off.
List of Functions
134
Mail menu
When this is set, you receive an email notification if a problem or warning
occurs in the projector.
s "Using the Using Mail Notification to Report Problems" p.187
Submenu
Function
Mail Notification
Set to On to send an email to the preset addresses when a problem
or warning occurs with a projector.
SMTP Server
You can enter the IP addressg for the SMTP server for the
projector.
You can enter a number from 0 to 255 in each field of the address.
However, the following IP addresses cannot be used.
127.x.x.x, 224.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255 (where x is a number from
0 to 255)
Port Number
You can enter the port number for the SMTP server. The default
value is 25. You can enter numbers between 0 to 65535.
Submenu
Function
Address 1 Set‐
ting/Address 2
Setting/Address
3 Setting
You can enter the email address of the destination to which you
want to send the notification email. You can register up to three
destinations. You can enter up to 32 single-byte alphanumeric
characters for the email address. The following characters cannot
be used " ( ) , ; < > [ \ ]
The address for destination 1 is the mail notification sender's
address.
You can select the problems or warnings to be notified about by
email. When the selected problem or warning occurs in the
projector, an email is sent to the specified email address notifying
that a problem or warning has occurred. You can select multiple
items from the displayed items.
List of Functions
135
Others menu
Submenu
Function
Crestron Room‐
View
Set this to On only when monitoring or controlling the projector
over the network using Crestron RoomView . Otherwise, set
this to Off.
s "About Crestron RoomView " p.193
When this is set to On, the following functions are not available.
• Web Control
• Message Broadcasting (EasyMP Monitor Plug-in)
®
®
Submenu
Function
SNMP
Set to On to monitor the projector using SNMP.
To monitor the projector, you need to install the SNMP manager
program on your computer. SNMP should be managed by a
network administrator.
The default value is Off.
Trap IP Address
1/Trap IP Ad‐
dress 2
You can register up to two IP addresses for the SNMP trap
notification destination. You can enter a number from 0 to 255 in
each field of the address. However, the following IP addresses
cannot be used. 127.x.x.x, 224.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255 (where x
is a number from 0 to 255)
Priority Gateway
You can set the priority gateway to a Wired LAN or Wireless
LAN.
AMX Device Dis‐
covery
When the projector is connected to a network, set to On to allow
the projector to be detected by AMX Device Discoveryg. Set to
Off if you are not connected to an environment controlled by a
controller from AMX or AMX Device Discovery.
Bonjour
Set this to On when connecting to the network using Bonjour.
See Apple's Web site for more information on the Bonjour
service.
http://www.apple.com/
Message Broad‐
casting
You can switch the EPSON Message Broadcasting function to
enable or disable.
List of Functions
136
Reset Menu
Info Menu (Display Only)
Resets all of the network settings.
Submenu
Reset network
settings.
Lets you check the status of the image signals being projected and the status
of the projector. Items that can be displayed vary depending on the source
currently being projected.
Function
To reset all of the Network settings, select Yes.
Submenu
Projector Info
Function
Source
You can display the source name for the
connected equipment currently being
projected.
Input Signal
You can display the content of the Input
Signal set in the Signal menu according to
the source.
Resolution
You can display the resolution.
Video Signal
You can display the settings for Video
Signal in the Signal menu.
Refresh Rate
You can display the refresh rateg.
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137
Submenu
Lamp Info
Function
Sync Info
You can display the image signal
information.
This information may be needed if service
is required.
Status
You can display information about errors
that have occurred on the projector.
This information may be needed if service
is required.
Serial Number
You can display the projector's serial
number.
Event ID
When problems occur when the projector
and computer are connected through the
network, information on the problem is
displayed using an Event ID. See the
following page for information on
interpreting the Event ID.
s "Event ID" p.170
HDBaseT Sig‐
nal Quality
You can display the image signal
information from the HDBaseT port.
Lamp Hours
You can display the cumulative lamp
operating time*.
When the lamp replacement time is
reached, the characters are displayed in
yellow.
Lamp Status
The following icons show the status of the
lamps.
: On
: Off
Submenu
Version
*
Main
Video
Status Monitor
Function
Displays the projector's firmware version
information.
The cumulative use time is displayed as "0H" for the first 10 hours. 10 hours
and above is displayed as "10H", "11H", and so on.
List of Functions
138
Reset Menu
Submenu
Function
Reset All
You can reset all items in the Configuration menu to their default
settings.
The settings for the Input Signal, Memory, Panel Alignment,
Color Uniformity, Date & Time, Color Matching, Lamp Select,
Language, Lamp Hours, all items for the Network menu, and
password are not returned to their default values.
Reset Memory
Resets the names and settings stored in Save Memory.
s "Memory Function" p.98
Troubleshooting
This chapter explains how to identify problems and what to do if a problem is found.
Using the Help
140
If a problem occurs with the projector, the Help screen is displayed to assist
you by pressing the [Help] button. You can solve problems by answering
the questions.
a
c
Confirm the selection.
Remote control
Press the [Help] button.
The Help screen is displayed.
Remote control
Questions and solutions are displayed as shown on the screen below.
Press the [Help] button to exit the Help.
b
Select a menu item.
a
Remote control
See the following if the Help function does not provide a
solution to the problem.
s "Problem Solving" p.160
Reading the Indicators
141
This projector is provided with the following six indicators. The color and lit status of the indicators show the status of the projector.
A Power indicator
Indicates the projector's status.
B Status indicator
Indicates the projector's status.
C Lamp1/Lamp2 indicators
Indicates the projection lamps status.
D Temp indicator
Indicates the internal temperature status. This is normally turned off.
E Filter indicator
Indicates the air filter status. This is normally turned off.
F Wireless LAN indicator
Indicates the operating status of wireless LAN when the optional wireless LAN unit is connected.
Reading the Indicators
142
The following indicator status are used during regular operation.
Indicator
Power
Blue - On
Blue - On
Status
Off
Blue Flashing
Blue - On Blue - On
Blue - On
Blue Flashing
Lamp1/
Lamp2
Off
Status
varies
Status
varies
Off
Temp
Off
Off
Off
Off
Filter
Projector's Sta‐
tus
Explanation
Standby condition
Power is being supplied to the projector. In this status, you can start projecting by pressing the [ ] button
on the remote control or control panel.
(Sometimes, when the power cord is unplugged, the power indicator remains lit for a short period, but this
is not a fault.)
Network monitor‐
ing status
The projector is being monitored and controlled over a network (when Standby Mode is set to
Communication On).
If the power cord is disconnected and then reconnected in this status, the power indicator flashes blue.
Warm-up status
This is the status immediately after turning on the projector. Warm-up takes approximately 30 seconds
after the lamp turns on.
The [t] button is disabled during warm-up.
Projecting
The projector is projecting.
Cool down status
This is the status immediately after turning off the power. In this status, all buttons are disabled.
Off
Off
Off
Off
Preparing Network Preparing to monitor and control this projector over a network.
monitoring
During network monitoring preparation, all button operations are disabled.
Blue Flashing
Off
Off
Off
Off
While the shutter
function activated
Blue - On Blue - On
Blue Flashing
Off
Off
The shutter function is activated.
Reading the Indicators
143
When an error has occurred in the projector, the error status is indicated by the indicator's color and combination of flashing or lit.
Refer to the following table to see what the indicators mean and how to remedy problems that they indicate.
Indicator
Power
Off
Off
Off
Status
Blue Flashing
Blue Flashing
Blue Flashing
Lamp1/
Lamp2
Orange Flashing
Off
Off
Cause
Temp
Off
Orange Flashing
Orange On
Remedy or Status
Filter
Internal Error
Stop using the projector, remove the power cord from the electrical outlet, and Internal Error
contact your local dealer or the nearest address provided in the Epson Projector
Contact List.
s Epson Projector Contact List
Fan Error
Sensor Error
Stop using the projector, remove the power cord from the electrical outlet, and Fan Error
contact your local dealer or the nearest address provided in the Epson Projector Sensor Error
Contact List.
s Epson Projector Contact List
High Temp Error
(Overheating)
Temp Error
The lamp turns off automatically and projection stops. Wait for about five
minutes. After about five minutes the projector switches to standby mode, so
check the following two points.
• Check that the air filter and air exhaust vents are clear, and that the projector is
not positioned against a wall.
Off
Off
Off
Status Monitor Dis‐
play
• If the air filter are clogged, remove the power cord from the electrical outlet,
and then clean or replace them.
s "Cleaning the Air Filter" p.172
s "Replacing the Air Filter" p.179
If the error continues after checking the points above, stop using the projector,
remove the power cord from the electrical outlet, and contact your local dealer
or the nearest address provided in the Epson Projector Contact List.
s Epson Projector Contact List
When using at an altitude of 1,500 m or more, set High Altitude Mode to On.
s Extended - Operation - High Altitude Mode p.122
Set Direction to Pointing Down, Pointing Up, Angled Up, or Angled Down
when the projector is installed in a direction which is not horizontal.
s Extended - Direction p.122
Reading the Indicators
144
Indicator
Power
Off
Off
Status
Blue Flashing
Blue Flashing
Lamp1/
Lamp2
Off
Orange On
Cause
Temp
Orange Flashing
Off
Remedy or Status
Filter
Cool System Error
Stop using the projector, remove the power cord from the electrical outlet, and Pump Error
contact your local dealer or the nearest address provided in the Epson Projector
Contact List.
s Epson Projector Contact List
Lamp Error
Lamp Failure
Check the following points.
• Remove the lamps and check if they are cracked.
s "Replacing the Lamp" p.175
• Clean the air filter.
s "Cleaning the Air Filter" p.172
Lamp1 Error (S)
Lamp1 Error (P)
Lamp2 Error (S)
Lamp2 Error (P)
If the lamps are not cracked: Attach the lamps again and turn on the power.
If the error continues: Replace the lamps with new ones and then turn on the
power.
If the error continues: Stop using the projector, remove the power cord from
the electrical outlet, and contact your local dealer or the nearest address
provided in the Epson Projector Contact List.
s Epson Projector Contact List
Lamp1 Failure (S)
Lamp1 Failure (P)
Lamp2 Failure (S)
Lamp2 Failure (P)
Off
Off
Status Monitor Dis‐
play
If the lamp is cracked: Contact your local dealer or the addresses on the Epson
Projector Contact List for further advice. (If one of the lamps cracks, only the
other lamp is used. Replace the lamp as soon as you can.)
s Epson Projector Contact List
When using at an altitude of 1,500 m or more, set High Altitude Mode to On.
s Extended - Operation - High Altitude Mode p.122
Set Direction to Pointing Down, Pointing Up, Angled Up, or Angled Down
when the projector is installed in a direction which is not horizontal.
s Extended - Direction p.122
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145
Indicator
Power
Off
Off
Off
Blue Flashing
Status
Blue Flashing
Blue Flashing
Blue Flashing
Status
varies
Lamp1/
Lamp2
Off
Cause
Temp
Off
Orange - Orange Flashing Flashing
Orange - Orange On
On
Status
varies
Orange Flashing
Remedy or Status
Filter
Status Monitor Dis‐
play
Airflow Error
Filter Airflow Error Check the following points.
• Check that the air filter and air exhaust vents are clear, and that the projector is
not positioned against a wall.
Orange •
If the air filter is clogged, turn off the power, remove the power cord from the
On
electrical outlet, and then clean or replace them.
s "Cleaning the Air Filter" p.172
s "Replacing the Air Filter" p.179
After checking, connect the power cord to the electrical outlet.
If the error continues after checking the points above, stop using the projector,
remove the power cord from the electrical outlet, and contact your local dealer
or the nearest address provided in the Epson Projector Contact List.
s Epson Projector Contact List
Off
Off
Status
varies
Cinema Filter Er‐
ror
Auto Iris Error
Shutter Error
Stop using the projector, remove the power cord from the electrical outlet, and CinemaFilterErr.
contact your local dealer or the nearest address provided in the Epson Projector Auto Iris Error
Contact List.
Shutter Error
s Epson Projector Contact List
Power Err. (Bal‐
last)
Stop using the projector, remove the power cord from the electrical outlet, and Power1 Error
contact your local dealer or the nearest address provided in the Epson Projector Power2 Error
Contact List.
s Epson Projector Contact List
High Temp Warn‐ This is not an error. However, if the temperature rises too high again, projection Temp Warning
ing
stops automatically. Check the following points.
• Check that the air filter and air exhaust vents are clear, and that the projector is
not positioned against a wall.
• If the air filter is clogged, turn off the power, remove the power cord from the
electrical outlet, and then clean or replace them.
s "Cleaning the Air Filter" p.172
s "Replacing the Air Filter" p.179
Reading the Indicators
146
Indicator
Power
Blue Flashing
Status
varies
Status
Status
varies
Status
varies
Lamp1/
Lamp2
Orange Flashing
Orange Flashing
Cause
Temp
Status
varies
Status
varies
Filter
Status Monitor Dis‐
play
Replace Lamp
Either Lamp1 or Lamp2 that is indicated by the flashing indicator is due for
replacement. Replace it with a new lamp.
s "Replacing the Lamp" p.175
If you continue to use the lamp after the replacement period has passed, the
possibility that the lamp may explode increases. Replace it with a new lamp as
soon as possible.
We recommend replacing both lamps together to maintain consistent hue and
brightness of projected images.
Mismatching of
lamp types warn‐
ing
Lamp Mismatch
The message "Lamp 1 and Lamp 2 do not match. Turn off the projector and
install two standard lamps or two portrait mode lamps depending on the
orientation of the projector." is displayed.
The lamp unit for portrait use is attached to either Lamp 1 or Lamp 2. Turn off
the power, remove the power cord from the electrical outlet, and the check the
lamp units attached to Lamp 1 and Lamp 2. When performing portrait
projection, attach lamp units (for portrait use) on both Lamp 1 and Lamp 2.
When performing portrait projection, attach standard lamps on both Lamp 1
and Lamp 2.
s "Replacing the Lamp" p.175
The projector automatically turns off about one minute after it detects that the
lamps do not match.
Status
varies
Status
varies
Remedy or Status
Reading the Indicators
147
Indicator
Power
Blue Flashing
Status
Status
varies
Lamp1/
Lamp2
Orange Flashing
Temp
Status
varies
Cause
Remedy or Status
Status Monitor Dis‐
play
Lamp Warning
Supply System
Warning (Ballast)
Check the following points.
• Remove either Lamp 1 or Lamp 2 that is indicated by the flashing indicator,
and check if it is cracked.
s "Replacing the Lamp" p.175
• Clean the air filter.
s "Cleaning the Air Filter" p.172
Lamp1 Warning (S)
Lamp1 Warning (P)
Lamp2 Warning (S)
Lamp2 Warning (P)
Filter
Status
varies
Power1 Warning
If the lamps are not cracked: Install the lamps again and turn on the power. Power2 Warning
If the error continues: Replace the lamps with new ones and then turn on the
power.
If the error continues: Stop using the projector, remove the power cord from
the electrical outlet, and contact your local dealer or the nearest address
provided in the Epson Projector Contact List.
s Epson Projector Contact List
If the lamp is cracked: Contact your local dealer or the addresses on the Epson
Projector Contact List for further advice. (If one of the lamps cracks, only the
other lamp is used. Replace the cracked lamp as soon as possible.)
s Epson Projector Contact List
When using at an altitude of 1,500 m or more, set High Altitude Mode to
On.
s Extended - Operation - High Altitude Mode p.122
Set Direction to Pointing Down, Pointing Up, Angled Up, or Angled Down
when the projector is installed in a direction which is not horizontal.
s Extended - Direction p.122
Reading the Indicators
148
Indicator
Power
Blue Flashing
Status
Status
varies
Lamp1/
Lamp2
Status
varies
Cause
Temp
Status
varies
Remedy or Status
Filter
Status Monitor Dis‐
play
No Air Filter
The message "Install the air filter." is displayed on the projected screen.
Check that the air filter is securely attached.
s "Replacing the Air Filter" p.179
The projector automatically turns off about one minute after it detects that
there is no air filter.
If the error continues even though an air filter is attached, the air filter sensor
may be defective. Stop using the projector, remove the power cord from the
electrical outlet, and contact your local dealer or the nearest address provided in
the Epson Projector Contact List.
s Epson Projector Contact List
Low Air Flow
This is not an error. However, projection stops automatically if the airflow falls Airflow Decline
any further.
The message "The air filter is clogged. Clean or replace the air filter." is displayed
on the projected screen. Check the following points.
• Check that the air filter and air exhaust vents are clear, and that the projector
is not positioned against a wall.
Orange On
• If the air filter is clogged, turn off the power, remove the power cord from the
electrical outlet, and then clean or replace them.
s "Cleaning the Air Filter" p.172
s "Replacing the Air Filter" p.179
If the error continues after checking the points above, stop using the projector,
remove the power cord from the electrical outlet, and contact your local dealer
or the nearest address provided in the Epson Projector Contact List.
s Epson Projector Contact List
Reading the Indicators
149
Indicator
Power
Status
Lamp1/
Lamp2
Cause
Temp
Filter
Air Filter Notice
Status
varies
a
Status
varies
Status
varies
Status
varies
Remedy or Status
Orange Flashing
Status Monitor Dis‐
play
Cleaning Filter
The message "Time to clean the air filter. Clean or replace the air filter." is
displayed.
Turn off the projector's power, unplug the power cord from the electrical outlet,
and then clean the air filter.
s "Cleaning the Air Filter" p.172
The indicators or messages regarding air filter notice are displayed only when
Air Filter Notice is set to On in the Configuration menu.
s Extended - Display - Air Filter Notice p.122
• See the following if the projector is not operating properly, even though the indicators are all showing normal.
s "Problem Solving" p.160
• If the indicators are in a state not shown in this table, stop using the projector, remove the power cord from the electrical outlet, and contact your local dealer or
the nearest address provided in the Epson Projector Contact List.
s Epson Projector Contact List
Reading Status Monitor
150
The LCD of the control panel indicates the projector's status. Also, you can
check the detailed status or error history of this projector by using the
buttons on the control panel.
a
You can check the items and information of each category by using the
[ ][ ] buttons.
Make the following settings to use the status monitor when the
projector is in standby mode.
• Set Standby Mode to Communication On.
s Extended - Standby Mode p.122
• Set A/V Output to Always On.
s Extended - A/V Settings - A/V Output p.122
a
Checking the Status
To display the status monitor, press the [
] button on the control panel.
There are eight display categories for the status monitor, and each time you
press the [ ][ ] buttons, the category switches in the following order.
The status monitor turns on in the following situations:
•
•
•
•
When one button is pressed on the control panel
When an error or a warning occurs
When adjusting the zoom, focus, or lens shift
When checking the projector ID
s "Checking the projector ID" p.39
If you do not want to turn on the status monitor, set Lighting Time
to Off in the status monitor setting.
s "Setting the screen display (LCD)" p.152
Reading Status Monitor
Understanding the screen
151
Display when error or warning occurs
When a problem has occurred in the projector, the following is displayed.
Normal display
When an error occurs
When a warning occurs
Each display category contains the following information.
Status Information
Source
Signal Information
Network Wired
:
:
:
:
Operating status of the projector
Input signal information
Input digital signal information
Wired LAN settings
Network Wireless
Maintenance
Version
:
:
:
Wireless LAN settings
Operating time for the projector and lamps
Projector's firmware version
A Displays the item name.
s "Explanations of the Display Content" p.153
B Information about the items.
Temp
Warning
If the problem is cleared, or one of the [
pressed, the display returns to normal.
][
][
][
] buttons is
See the following for more information on the error or warning contents
and remedies.
s "Reading the Indicators" p.141
Reading Status Monitor
152
Setting the screen display (LCD)
You can adjust the contrast and the lighting time for the back light.
a
Press the [
][
] buttons to select Setting.
Setting
b
Press the [
] button to display the following screen.
c
d
Press the [
][
Press the [
] button to display the following screen.
e
Press the [
light.
][
] buttons to adjust the contrast.
] buttons to set the lighting time for the back
The default is set to 30sec (30 seconds). You can set from Off (light
is off), 10-60sec, and 30min (30 minutes).
Reading Status Monitor
153
Explanations of the Display Content
Category
Status Information
Item
System
Status Display
Explanation
Displays the projector's status. See the following for more information on how to remedy the errors and warnings.
s "Reading the Indicators" p.141
OK
The projector is in normal status.
Warm-Up
The projector is warming up.
Standby
The projector is in standby status.
Cool Down
The projector is in cool down status.
Temp Error
A high temp error has occurred.
Fan Error
A fan error has occurred.
Sensor Error
A sensor error has occurred.
Lamp1 Error (S)
A lamp error has occurred. (S: Standard lamps, P: Portrait mode lamps)
Lamp1 Error (P)
Lamp2 Error (S)
Lamp2 Error (P)
Lamp1 Failure (S)
A lamp failure has occurred. (S: Standard lamps, P: Portrait mode lamps)
Lamp1 Failure (P)
Lamp2 Failure (S)
Lamp2 Failure (P)
Power1 Error
A power error (Ballast) has occurred.
Power2 Error
Internal Error
An internal error has occurred.
CinemaFilterErr.
A cinema filter error has occurred.
Auto Iris Error
An auto iris error has occurred.
Airflow Error
A filter airflow error has occurred.
Shutter Error
A shutter error has occurred.
Pump Error
A cool system error has occurred.
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Category
Status Information
154
Item
System
Status Display
Explanation
Temp Warning
A high temp warning has occurred.
Internal Warning
A warning about the internal system has occurred.
Airflow Decline
A low air flow error has occurred.
Lamp1 Warning (S)
A lamp warning has occurred. (S: Standard lamps, P: Portrait mode lamps)
Perform the same remedies as when the lamp error has occurred.
Lamp1 Warning (P)
Lamp2 Warning (S)
Lamp2 Warning (P)
Power1 Warning
A power warning (Ballast) has occurred.
Power2 Warning
Source
Shutter Warning
A shutter warning has occurred. Perform the same remedies as when the shutter error has
occurred.
DirectionWarning
The usage angle is out of range. Check the lamp type, and set it at the correct angle.
Lamp Mismatch
A lamp types mismatch has occurred.
Clean Filter
An air filter notice has occurred.
Computer
Displays the source name for the connected equipment currently being projected.
BNC
Video
S-Video
HDMI
DVI-D
SDI
LAN
HDBaseT
On-ScreenDisplay
On
Off
Shutter
Open
Close
Displays the settings for the On-Screen Display. When set to Off, the menus or messages are
not displayed on the projected images.
Displays the projector's shutter function status.
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Category
Status Information
155
Item
Status Display
Explanation
Air Temp
-
Displays the usage environment temperature.
AC Voltage
-
Displays the power voltage.
Lamp1 Type
Standard
Displays the lamp type attached to Lamp 1. (Standard: Standard lamp, Portrait: Portrait mode
lamp)
Portrait
Lamp2 Type
Standard
Portrait
Lamp1 Status
On
Displays the lamp type attached to Lamp 2. (Standard: Standard lamp, Portrait: Portrait mode
lamp)
Displays the operating status of Lamp 1.
Off
Lamp2 Status
On
Displays the operating status of Lamp 2.
Off
Lamp Select
Dual
Single
Displays the settings for Lamp Select.
s "Selecting the lamp" p.31
Lamp1
Lamp2
Source
Source
Computer
Displays the source name for the connected equipment currently being projected.
BNC
Video
S-Video
HDMI
DVI-D
SDI
LAN
HDBaseT
Resolution
-
Displays the resolution of the current input signal.
No Signal: No signals are being input.
Not Supported: The projector does not support the current input signal.
Video Signal
-
Displays the current input video signal.
Reading Status Monitor
Category
Source
156
Item
Color Space
Status Display
RGB
Explanation
Displays the color space of the current input signal.
YCbCr
YPbPr
H-Frequency
-
Displays the horizontal frequency of the current input signal.
V-Frequency
-
Displays the vertical frequency of the current input signal.
Sync Polarity
H:Posi / V:Posi
Displays the Sync polarity.
H:Posi / V:Nega
H:Nega / V:Posi
H:Nega / V:Nega
Sync Mode
Composite Sync
Displays the sync type.
Separate Sync
Sync On Green
Detected Mode
-
Displays the discriminant resolution of the current input signal.
Video Level
Auto (Normal)
Displays the video level of the projector.
Auto (Expanded)
Normal
Expanded
a
Items displayed for source vary depending on the model being used and the image signal and source being projected.
Reading Status Monitor
Category
Signal Information
157
Item
5V Detection
Status Display
Detected
Explanation
Displays the detection results of 5V signals.
Not Detect
TMDS Clock
-
Displays the TMDS frequency of the current input signal.
TMDS H-Frequency
-
Displays the horizontal frequency of the current input signal.
TMDS V-Frequency
-
Displays the vertical frequency of the current input signal.
DetChg 5CFHMP123
-
Displays the factors of signal changes.
Stable Time
-
Displays the operating time since the input source is determined.
HDCP Status
Non-HDCP
Displays the HDCP status.
Passed
Failed
HDCP Ri
-
Displays each HDCP information.
HDCP AKSV
-
HDCP An
-
AVI Info VIC
-
Displays the VIC information (AVI) of the current input signal.
AVI InfoChecksum
OK
Displays the checksum result for AVI.
NG
Signal Mode
HDMI
Displays the signal mode.
DVI
Pixel Encoding
RGB
Displays the color space information (AVI) of the current input signal.
YUV4:4:4
YUV4:2:2
YUV4:2:0
HDBaseT Quality
a
-
You can display the image signal information from the HDBaseT port.
Items displayed for Signal Information vary depending on the model being used and the image signal and source being projected.
Reading Status Monitor
Category
Network Wired
158
Item
Status Display
Explanation
Projector Name
-
Displays the projector name used to identify the projector when connected to a network.
Connection Mode
HDBaseT
Displays the connection path for LAN.
LAN
DHCP
On
Displays the HDCP settings.
Off
IP Display
On
Displays the IP address display settings.
Off
Network Wireless
IP Address
-
Displays the IP address.
MAC Address
-
Displays the MAC address.
Projector Name
-
Displays the projector name used to identify the projector when connected to a network.
Connection Mode
Quick
Displays the connection mode to use when connecting the projector and a computer over a
wireless LAN.
Advanced
SSID Display
On
Displays the SSID display settings.
Off
IP Display
On
Displays the IP address display settings.
Off
SSID
-
Displays the SSID.
IP Address
-
Displays the IP address.
DHCP
On
Displays the HDCP settings.
Off
MAC Address
-
Displays the MAC address.
Security
No
Displays the security settings.
WPA2-PSK
WPA/WPA2-PSK
Antenna Level
LEVEL 0-5
Displays the reception status for Wi-Fi.
Reading Status Monitor
Category
Maintenance
Version
Setting
159
Item
Status Display
Explanation
Operation Time
-
Displays the total operation time of the projector.
Lamp1 Op.Time
-
Displays the total operation time of the standard lamp.
Lamp2 Op.Time
-
Lamp1 Op.Time PR
-
Lamp2 Pp.Time PR
-
Serial No.
-
Displays the projector's serial number.
Main
-
Displays the projector's firmware version information.
Video
-
Status Monitor
-
CONTRAST
LEVEL
Set the contrast for the LCD.
Lighting Time
Off
Set the lighting time for the back light.
10-60 sec
Approx. 30 min
Displays the total operation time of the portrait mode lamps.
Problem Solving
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Problems Relating to Images
No images appear
Check
Did you press the [
panel?
] button on the remote control or control
Remedy
Press the [
] button to turn on the power.
Are the indicators switched off?
The power cord is not connected correctly or power is not being supplied.
Connect the projector's power cord correctly.
Check that your electrical outlet or power source is functioning correctly.
Is the shutter function active?
Press the [Shutter] button on the remote control to release the shutter function.
s "Hiding the Image Temporarily (Shutter)" p.94
Are the Configuration menu settings correct?
Reset all of the settings.
s Reset - Reset All p.136
Is the image to be projected completely black?
(Only when projecting computer images)
Some input images, such as screen savers, may be completely black.
Is the image signal format setting correct?
(Only when projecting images from a video source)
Change the setting according to the signal for the connected equipment.
s Signal - Video Signal p.119
Moving images are not displayed
Check
Remedy
Is the computer's image signal being output to the LCD and the
monitor?
(Only when projecting images from a laptop computer or a
computer with a built-in LCD screen)
Change the image signal from the computer to external output only. Check your computer's documentation, or contact
the computer's manufacturer.
Are the contents of the moving image you are trying to project
copyright protected?
The projector may not be able to project copyright protected moving images that are being played back on a computer.
For more details, see the user's guide supplied with the player.
Problem Solving
161
Projection stops automatically
Check
Is Sleep Mode set to On?
Remedy
Press the [
] button to turn on the power. If you do not want to use Sleep Mode, change the setting to Off.
s Extended - Operation - Sleep Mode p.122
"Not supported." is displayed
Check
Is the image signal format setting correct?
(Only when projecting images from a video source)
Remedy
Change the setting according to the signal for the connected equipment.
s Signal - Video Signal p.119
Do the image signal resolution and the refresh rate match the mode? Refer to the computer's documentation for information on how to change the image signal resolution and the refresh
rate output from the computer.
(Only when projecting computer images)
s "Supported Monitor Displays" p.218
"No Signal." is displayed
Check
Remedy
Are the cables connected correctly?
Check that all the cables required for projection are securely connected.
Check that no cables are disconnected and that there are no poor contacts in the cables.
Is the correct port selected?
Change the image by pressing the [Search] button on the remote control.
s "Automatically Detect Input Signals and Change the Projected Image (Search)" p.58
Is the power for the computer or video source turned on?
Turn the power on for the equipment.
Are the image signals being output to the projector?
(Only when projecting images from a laptop computer or a
computer with a built-in LCD screen)
If the image signals are only being output to the computer's LCD monitor or to the accessory monitor, you need to
change the output to an external destination as well as the computer's own monitor. For some computer models, when
the image signals are output externally, they no longer appear on the LCD monitor or accessory monitor.
If the connection is made while the power of the projector or computer is already turned on, the Fn key (function key)
that changes the computer's image signal to external output may not work. Turn the power for the computer and the
projector off and then back on again.
s Computer's documentation
Problem Solving
162
Images are fuzzy, out of focus, or distorted
Check
Remedy
Is the focus adjusted correctly?
Make sure that at least 20 minutes has passed after the projection starts, and press the [Focus] button on the remote
control to adjust the focus.
s "Adjusting the Focus" p.37
Is the projector at the correct distance?
Is it projecting outside of the recommended projection distance range?
Setup within the recommended range.
s "Screen Size and Projection Distance" p.200
Has condensation formed on the lens?
If the projector is suddenly taken from a cold environment to a warm environment, or if sudden ambient temperature
changes occur, condensation may form on the surface of the lens, and this may cause the images to appear fuzzy. Set the
projector up in the room about one hour before it is used. If condensation forms on the lens, turn the projector off and
wait for the condensation to disappear.
Are you using the optional short throw zoom lens (ELPLU02)?
Set the Lens Type to ELPLU02 in the Extended menu.
s Extended - Operation - Advanced - Lens Type p.122
See the following for more information on focus correction methods.
s "When using a short throw zoom lens ELPLU02" p.38
Interference or distortion appear in images
Check
Remedy
Is the image signal format setting correct?
(Only when projecting images from a video source)
Change the setting according to the signal for the connected equipment.
s Signal - Video Signal p.119
Are the cables connected correctly?
Check that all the cables required for projection are securely connected.
s "Connecting Equipment" p.41
Is an extension cable being used?
If an extension cable is used, electrical interference may affect the signals. Use the cables supplied with the projector to
check if the cables you are using may be causing the problem.
Is the correct resolution selected?
(Only when projecting computer images)
Set the computer so that the signals being output are compatible with the projector.
s "Supported Monitor Displays" p.218
s Computer's documentation
Problem Solving
163
Check
Are the Sync.g and Trackingg settings adjusted correctly?
(Only when projecting computer images)
Remedy
Press the [Auto] button to perform automatic adjustment. If the images are not adjusted correctly even after performing
automatic adjustment, you can also make adjustments using Sync. or Tracking in the Signal menu.
sSignal - Sync., Tracking p.119
Is Auto Setup set to On? (Only when projecting computer images) Depending on the input signal, images may be misaligned according to auto setup. If this happens, set Auto Setup to
Off.
s Signal - Auto Setup p.119
When Auto Setup is set to Off, the signals are stored once they are connected. Set Auto Setup to On or Off every time
you input a new image signal.
Is the Resolution set to anything other than Auto?
(Only when projecting on a split screen)
The image may be collapsed if the Resolution on the Extended menu and the resolution of the projected image are not
the same.
If the image is collapsed, set the Resolution to Auto.
s Signal - Resolution p.119
The image is truncated (large) or small, the aspect is not suitable, or the image has been reversed
Check
Remedy
Is the Screen setting correct?
Make the appropriate Screen setting for the screen being used.
s "Screen Settings" p.32
Is the aspect adjusted correctly?
Press the [Aspect] button on the remote control to select an aspect suitable for the input source.
s "Changing the Aspect Ratio of the Projected Image" p.72
Is the image still being enlarged by E-Zoom?
Press the [Esc] button on the remote control to cancel E-Zoom.
s "Enlarging Part of the Image (E-Zoom)" p.95
Is Scale set to On?
Set Scale to Off in the Signal menu.
s Signal - Scale p.119
Is the image position adjusted correctly?
(Only when projecting analog RGB signals input from the Computer input port or the BNC input port)
Press the [Auto] button to adjust the display position.
You can also adjust the position in the Signal menu.
s Signal - Position p.119
Is the computer set for dual display?
(Only when projecting computer images)
If dual display is activated in the Display Properties of the computer's Control Panel, only about half of the image on the
computer screen is projected. To display the entire image on the computer screen, turn off the dual display setting.
s Computer video driver documentation
Problem Solving
164
Check
Remedy
Is the correct resolution selected?
(Only when projecting computer images)
Set the computer so that the signals being output are compatible with the projector.
s "Supported Monitor Displays" p.218
s Computer's documentation
Is the image direction correct?
Make the correct Projection settings in the Extended menu.
s "Installation Settings" p.30
Image colors are not correct
Check
Remedy
Do the input signal settings match the signals from the connected
device?
Change the following settings according to the signal for the connected equipment.
• When the image is from a device connected to the Computer input port or the BNC input port
s Signal - Input Signal p.119
• When the image is from a device connected to the Video input port or the S-Video input port
s Signal - Video Signal p.119
Is the image brightness adjusted correctly?
Adjust the Brightness setting in the Image menu.
s Image - Brightness p.117
Are the cables connected correctly?
Check that all the cables required for projection are securely connected.
Check that no cables are disconnected and that there are no poor contacts in the cables.
s "Connecting Equipment" p.41
Is the contrastg adjusted correctly?
Adjust the Contrast setting in the Image menu.
s Image - Contrast p.117
Is the color adjustment set correctly?
Adjust the Gamma, RGB, or RGBCMY setting in the Image menu.
s Image - Advanced p.117
s "Adjusting the Image" p.76
Are the color saturation and tint adjusted correctly?
(Only when projecting images from a video source)
Adjust the Color Saturation and Tint settings in the Image menu.
s Image - Color Saturation, Tint p.117
Problem Solving
165
Images appear dark
Check
Remedy
Is the image brightness set correctly?
Check the Brightness in the Image menu and Power Consumption settings in the Settings menu.
s Image - Brightness p.117
s Settings - Power Consumption p.121
Is the contrastg adjusted correctly?
Adjust the Contrast setting in the Image menu.
s Image - Contrast p.117
Is it time to replace the lamp?
When the lamp is nearly ready for replacement, the images become darker and the color quality declines. When this
happens, replace the lamp with a new lamp.
s "Replacing the Lamp" p.175
Is only one projector being used?
Check if the following items are set to dark.
s Extended - Multi-Projection - Brightness Level p.122
s Extended - Multi-Projection - Color Matching p.122
Problem Solving
166
Problems when Projection Starts
The projector does not turn on
Check
Did you press the [
] button?
Remedy
Press the [
] button to turn on the power.
Do the indicators turn on and off when the power cord is touched? There is probably a poor contact in the power cord, or the power cord may be defective. Reinsert the power cord. If this
does not solve the problem, stop using the projector, disconnect the power cord from the electrical outlet, and contact
your local dealer or the nearest address provided in the Epson Projector Contact List.
s Epson Projector Contact List
Is the Control Panel Lock set to Full Lock?
Press the [
] button on the remote control. If you do not want to use Control Panel Lock, change the setting to
Off.
s "Control Panel Lock" p.110
Is the correct setting for the remote receiver selected?
Check the remote receiver in the Configuration menu.
s Settings - Remote Receiver p.121
Was the power cord plugged back in or was the breaker turned on
immediately after direct power off?
When one of the operations to the left is performed when Direct Power On is set to On, the power may not turn back on.
Press the [
] button on the remote control or the control panel to turn on the projector.
Is the [ID] switch on the remote control set to On?
When the switch is set to On, you can use the remote control to operate only a projector with a matching ID. Set the [ID]
switch to Off.
s "Setting the remote control ID" p.40
Are the lamp cover and lamps attached correctly?
If the lamp or lamp cover is not attached correctly, the projector cannot be turned on. Check that they are attached
correctly.
s "How to replace the lamp" p.176
Problem Solving
167
Other Problems
The remote control does not turn on
Check
Remedy
Is the remote control light-emitting area pointing towards the
remote receiver on the projector during operation?
Point the remote control towards the remote receiver.
s "Remote control operating range" p.24
Is the remote control too far from the projector?
The operating range for the remote control is about 30 m.
s "Remote control operating range" p.24
Is direct sunlight or strong light from fluorescent lamps shining onto Set the projector up in a location where strong light does not shine onto the remote receiver.
the remote receiver?
Is the correct setting for the remote receiver selected?
Check the remote receiver in the Configuration menu.
s Settings - Remote Receiver p.121
Are the batteries dead or have the batteries been inserted incorrectly? Make sure the batteries are inserted correctly or replace the batteries with new ones if necessary.
s "Replacing the remote control batteries" p.23
Do the remote control ID and the projector ID match?
Make sure the ID for the projector you want to operate and the ID for the remote control match. To operate all projectors
by remote control regardless of the ID setting, set the [ID] switch on the remote control to Off.
s "ID Settings" p.39
Does the Remote Control Type match the remote control that you Check the Remote Control Type on the Configuration menu.
are using?
s Extended - Operation - Advanced - Remote Control Type p.122
Is the optional remote control cable connected to the projector's
Remote port?
When the remote control cable is connected, the projector's remote receiver is disabled. When not using the remote
control cable set, disconnect it from the Remote port.
Is Control Communications set to On?
The Remote port is disabled. When using the optional remote control cable set, set Control Communications to
Off.
s Extended - HDBaseT - Control Communications p.122
Is the remote control button lock set?
When the remote control button lock is set, buttons except for those needed for basic remote control operations are
deactivated. Hold down the [Help] button to cancel the remote control button lock.
s "Remote Control Button Lock" p.111
Problem Solving
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Nothing appears on the external monitor
Check
Remedy
Are images being input from a port other than the Computer Only RGB signals from the Computer input port or the BNC input port can be displayed on an external
input port or BNC input port?
monitor.
Are you projecting a split screen?
Only RGB signals projected on the left screen from the Computer input port or the BNC input port can be
displayed on an external monitor.
s "Projecting Two Images Simultaneously (Split Screen)" p.91
Is the projector in standby status?
Check that Standby Mode, A/V Output, and Monitor Out in the Configuration menu are set correctly.
s Extended - Standby Mode p.122
s Extended - A/V Settings - A/V Output p.122
s Extended - A/V Output - Monitor Out p.122
I want to change the language for messages and menus
Check
Change the language setting.
Remedy
Select the Language in the Extended menu.
s Extended - Language p.122
Email is not received even if a problem occurs in the projector
Check
Remedy
Is Standby Mode set to Communication On?
To use the mail notification function when the projector is in standby, set Communication On in Standby Mode in the
Configuration menu.
s Extended - Standby Mode p.122
Did a fatal error occur and the projector come to a sudden stop?
When the projector comes to a sudden stop, email cannot be sent.
If the error state continues, contact your local dealer or the nearest address provided in the Epson Projector Contact
List.
s Epson Projector Contact List
Is power being supplied to the projector?
Check that your electrical outlet or power source is functioning correctly.
Is the mail notification function set correctly in the Network menu? An error notification email is sent according to the Mail settings in the Network menu. Check if it is set correctly.
s Network - Mail p.134
Problem Solving
169
"The battery that saves your clock settings is running low." is displayed
Check
The internal power supply that saves your clock settings is
running low.
Remedy
Contact your local dealer or the nearest address provided in the Epson Projector Contact List.
s Epson Projector Contact List
Cannot change settings using a Web browser
Check
Are the user ID and password correct?
Remedy
Enter "EPSONWEB" as the user ID. This cannot be changed. Enter the user ID even if the password setting is
disabled.
Enter the characters set for the Web Control Password as the password. The default password is "admin".
Event ID
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Check the numbers and then apply the following countermeasures. If you cannot resolve the problem, contact your network administrator, or contact your local
dealer or the nearest address provided in the Epson Projector Contact List.
s Epson Projector Contact List
Event ID
Cause
Remedy
0432
0435
Failed to startup EasyMP Network Projection.
Restart the projector.
0434
0482
0484
0485
Network communication is unstable.
Check the network communication status, and reconnect after waiting for a while.
0433
Cannot play transferred images.
Restart EasyMP Network Projection.
0481
Communication was disconnected from the computer.
0483
04FE
EasyMP Network Projection ended unexpectedly.
Check the status of network communications. Restart the projector.
0479
04FF
A system error occurred in the projector.
Restart the projector.
0891
Cannot find an access point with the same SSID.
Set the computer, the access point, and the projector to the same SSID.
0892
The WPA/WPA2 authentication type does not match.
0893
The TKIP/AES encryption types do not match.
Check that the wireless LAN security settings are correct.
s Network - Security p.132
0894
Communication was disconnected because the projector connected Contact your network administrator for more information.
to an unauthorized access point.
0898
Failed to acquire DHCP.
Check that the DHCP server is operating correctly. If you are not using DHCP, turn off the DHCP
setting.
s Network - Wireless LAN p.130, Wired LAN p.133
0899
Other communication errors
If restarting the projector or EasyMP Network Projection does not solve the problem, contact your
local dealer or the nearest address provided in the Epson Projector Contact List.
s Epson Projector Contact List
Maintenance
This chapter provides information on maintenance procedures to ensure the best level of performance from the projector for a long time to come.
Cleaning
You should clean the projector if it becomes dirty or if the quality of
projected images starts to deteriorate.
Caution
When cleaning, unplug the power cord from the electrical outlet. Otherwise, it
could cause an electric shock.
Cleaning the Projector's Surface
Clean the projector's surface by wiping it gently with a soft cloth.
If the projector is particularly dirty, moisten the cloth with water containing
a small amount of neutral detergent, and then firmly wring the cloth dry
before using it to wipe the projector's surface.
Attention
Do not use volatile substances such as wax, alcohol, or thinner to clean the
projector's surface. The quality of the case may change or become discolored.
Cleaning the Lens
Use a commercially available cloth for cleaning glasses to gently wipe the
lens.
Warning
Do not use sprays that contain flammable gas to remove dust and lint from the
lens. The projector may catch fire due to the high internal temperature of the
lamp.
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Attention
Do not rub the lens with harsh materials or subject the lens to shocks, as it
can easily become damaged.
Cleaning the Air Filter
Clean the air filter and the air intake vent when the following message is
displayed or the Filter indicator is flashing green.
s "Reading the Indicators" p.141
"Time to clean the air filter. Clean or replace the air filter."
"Make sure nothing is blocking the air vent, and clean or replace the air
filter."
"The air filter is clogged. Clean or replace the air filter."
Attention
• If dust collects on the air filter, it can cause the internal temperature of the
projector to rise, and this can lead to problems with operation and shorten
the optical engine's service life. Clean the air filter immediately when the
message is displayed.
• Do not rinse the air filter in water. Do not use detergents or solvents.
• When using a brush for cleaning, use one with long soft bristles, and brush it
lightly. If it is brushed too strongly, dust will be ground into the air filter and
cannot be removed.
Cleaning
a
173
If a message is frequently displayed, even after cleaning, it is time to
replace the air filter. Replace it with a new air filter.
s "How to replace the air filter" p.179
• It is recommended that you clean the air filter at least once every
three months. Clean it more often than this if using the projector in
a particularly dusty environment.
• The indicators or messages regarding air filter notice are displayed
only when Air Filter Notice is set to On in the Configuration
menu.
s Extended - Display - Air Filter Notice p.122
a
After you turn off the projector's power and the confirmation
buzzer beeps twice, disconnect the power cord.
b
Remove the air filter cover.
Grip the air filter cover tab between your fingers, and pull up and
remove the cover while pressing the tab.
d
With the front (the side with tabs) of the air filter facing down, tap
the air filter four or five times to shake off the dust.
Turn it over and tap the other side in the same way.
Attention
c
Remove the air filter.
If the air filter is hit too hard, it may become unusable due to
deformities and cracks.
Cleaning
e
Remove any dust remaining on the air filter by using a vacuum
cleaner from the front.
f
Attach the air filter.
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g
Attach the air filter cover.
Press the air filter cover until it clicks into place.
Replacing Consumables
This section explains how to replace the lamp and the air filter.
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• The projected image gets darker or starts to deteriorate.
Attention
Replacing the Lamp
Lamp replacement period
It is time to replace the lamp when:
• The following message is displayed.
"It is time to replace your lamp. Please contact your Epson projector
reseller or visit www.epson.com to purchase."
The message is displayed for 30 seconds.
• The power indicator is flashing blue, and the Lamp1 or Lamp2
indicator is flashing orange.
s "Reading the Indicators" p.141
• Make sure you use the specified lamps. When performing portrait projection,
make sure you use the portrait mode lamps.
Standard replacement lamps: ELPLP81 (one pack)/ELPLP82 (two packs)
Portrait mode lamps for replacement: ELPLP83 (one pack)/ELPLP84 (two
packs)
• Do not use standard replacement lamps for portrait projection. Also, only use
the portrait mode lamps for portrait projection.
• Make sure you attach lamps on both Lamp 1 and Lamp 2. Attach the same
type of lamps on both Lamp 1 and Lamp 2.
• The lamp replacement message is set to appear after the following time
periods to maintain the initial brightness and quality of the projected images.
EB-Z10005U/EB-Z10000U/EB-Z11000W/EB-Z11005/EB-Z11000
Standard Lamps
When using Power Consumption continually at Normal: About 1,900 hours
When using Power Consumption continually at Eco: About 3,900 hours
Portrait mode lamps
About 900 hours
EB-Z9875U/EB-Z9870U/EB-Z9900W
Standard Lamps
When using Power Consumption continually at Normal: About 2,400 hours
When using Power Consumption continually at Eco: About 3,900 hours
Portrait mode lamps
About 900 hours
EB-Z9750U/EB-Z9800W/EB-Z9870
Standard Lamps
When using Power Consumption continually at Normal: About 2900 hours
When using Power Consumption continually at Eco: About 3,900 hours
Portrait mode lamps
About 900 hours
Replacing Consumables
How to replace the lamp
Attention
• If you continue to use the lamp after the replacement period has passed, the
possibility that the lamp may explode increases. When the lamp replacement
message appears, replace the lamp with a new one as soon as possible, even if
it is still working.
• Do not repeatedly turn off the power and immediately back on. Turning the
power on and off frequently may shorten the lamp's operating life.
• Depending on the characteristics of the lamp and the way it has been used,
the lamp may become darker or stop working before the lamp warning
message appears. You should always have a spare lamp unit ready in case it is
needed.
• We recommend the use of genuine EPSON spare lamps. The use of nongenuine lamps may affect projection quality and safety. Any damage or
malfunction caused by the use of non-genuine lamps may not covered by
Epson's warranty.
a
• We
the
s
s
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The lamp can be replaced even when the projector is suspended from a
ceiling.
Warning
• When replacing the lamp because it has stopped illuminating, there is a
possibility that the lamp may be broken. If replacing the lamp of a projector
which has been installed on the ceiling, you should always assume that the
lamp is cracked, and you should stand to the side of the lamp cover, not
underneath it. Remove the lamp cover gently. Be careful when removing the
lamp cover as shards of glass may fall out and could cause an injury. If any
shards of glass get into your eyes or mouth, contact your local physician
immediately.
• Never disassemble or remodel the lamp. If a modified or disassembled lamp
is installed in the projector and used, it could cause a fire, electric shock, or
an accident.
recommend that you clean the air filter whenever you replace
lamp. This will reduce the deterioration of the replaced lamp.
"Cleaning the Lens" p.172
"Cleaning the Air Filter" p.172
• Check the Lamp Select settings when you replace the lamp.
s "Selecting the lamp" p.31
Caution
Wait until the lamp has cooled down sufficiently before removing the lamp
cover. If the lamp is still hot, burns or other injuries may result. It takes about
one hour after the power has been turned off for the lamp to be cool enough.
a
After you turn off the projector's power and the confirmation
buzzer beeps twice, disconnect the power cord.
Replacing Consumables
b
Wait until the lamps have cooled down sufficiently before opening
the lamp cover on the back of the projector.
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c
Pull up the lock lever for the lamp you want to replace and pull
the lamp straight out.
Push the lamp cover lever to the left, and then slide the lamp cover
to the left.
Open the lamp cover.
A Lamp 1
B Lamp 2
Replacing Consumables
d
Attach the new lamp.
Insert the lamp along the guide rail in the correct direction so that it
fits in place and press it firmly all the way to the back. Pull down the
lock lever until it clicks into place.
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e
Close the lamp cover.
Press the cover against the unit and slide it to the right until it
clicks.
Attention
• Make sure you attach the lamp securely. If the lamp cover is opened,
the power turns off automatically as a safety precaution. If the lamp or
the lamp cover is not attached correctly, the power does not turn
on.
• This product includes a lamp component that contains mercury (Hg).
Please consult your local regulations regarding disposal or recycling.
Follow the disposal regulations of your workplace if they apply.
Replacing Consumables
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Resetting the lamp hours
Replacing the Air Filter
The projector records how long the lamps are turned on and a message and
indicator notify you when it is time to replace the lamp. After replacing the
lamps and turning on the power, the following message is displayed on the
screen and you can reset the Lamp Hours counter.
Select Yes, and then press the [
Air filter replacement period
If the message is displayed frequently even though the air filter has been
cleaned, replace the air filter.
] button.
How to replace the air filter
The air filter can be replaced even when the projector is suspended from a
ceiling.
A Indicates that Lamp1 has been replaced.
B Indicates the cumulative lamp operating time. If you select Yes and reset the Lamp
Hours, the count for Lamp 1 is set to 0H.
a
After you turn off the projector's power and the confirmation
buzzer beeps twice, disconnect the power cord.
b
Remove the air filter cover.
Grip the air filter cover tab between your fingers, and pull up and
remove the cover while pressing the tab.
Replacing Consumables
c
Remove the air filter.
d
Attach the new air filter.
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e
Attach the air filter cover.
Press the air filter cover until it clicks into place.
a
Dispose of used air filters properly in accordance with your
local regulations.
Material of the frame part: Polypropylene
Material of the filter part: Polypropylene
Image Maintenance
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d
Panel Alignment
Enable Panel Alignment.
Adjusts the pixel color shift for the LCD panel. You can adjust the pixels
horizontally and vertically by 0.25 pixel within a range of ±1 pixel.
a
a
b
c
• Image quality may decline after performing Panel alignment.
• Images for pixels that extend beyond the edge of the projected
screen are not displayed.
Press the [Menu] button while projecting.
Select Display from Extended.
Select Panel Alignment, and then press the [
] button.
e
(1)
Select Panel Alignment, and then press the [
(2)
Select On, and then press the [
(3)
Press the [Esc] button to return to the previous screen.
] button.
] button.
Select the color you want to adjust.
(1)
Select Select Color, and then press the [
(2)
Select R (red) or B (blue), and then press the [
(3)
Press the [Esc] button to return to the previous screen.
] button.
] button.
Image Maintenance
f
Select the grid color displayed when making adjustments from
Pattern Color.
(1)
Select Pattern Color, and then press the [
(2)
Select a combination of R (red), G (green), and B (blue) for the grid color.
R/G/B: Displays a combination of all three colors; red, green and blue. The
actual color of the grid is white.
R/G: This is available when R is selected from Select Color. Displays a
combination of two colors; red and green. The actual color of the grid is
yellow.
G/B: This is available when B is selected from select color. Displays a
combination of two colors; green and blue. The actual color of the grid is
cyan.
Press the [Esc] button to return to the previous screen.
(3)
g
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] button.
Select Start Adjustments, and then press the [ ] button. When a
message is displayed, press the [ ] button again.
Adjustment starts. All four corners are adjusted in order starting at
the top left.
a
The image may become distorted while adjusting. The image is
restored once adjustments are complete.
h
Press the [
press the [
i
When you have adjusted all four corners, select Exit, and then
press the [ ] button.
][ ][ ][ ] buttons to make adjustments, and then
] button to move to the next adjustment point.
If you feel you still need to make adjustments after correcting all
four corners, select Select intersection and adjust and then continue
making adjustments.
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a
Color Uniformity
Adjust the color tone for the whole screen.
a
a
b
c
d
• The color tone may not be uniform even after performing color
uniformity.
• You can also adjust from Color Uniformity in Multi-Projection.
Press the [Menu] button while projecting.
Select Display from Extended.
Select Color Uniformity, and then press the [
] button.
Enable Color Uniformity.
e
f
g
h
i
The image may become distorted while adjusting Color
Uniformity. The image is restored once adjustments are
complete.
Select Adjustment Level, and then press the [
] button.
Press the [ ][ ] buttons to set the adjustment level.
Press the [Esc] button to return to the previous screen.
Select Start Adjustments, and then press the [
] button.
Press the [ ][ ] buttons to select the area you want to adjust,
and then press the [ ] button.
Adjust the circumference first. Finally select All, and then adjust the
whole screen.
(1)
Select Color Uniformity, and then press the [
(2)
Select On, and then press the [
(3)
Press the [Esc] button to return to the previous screen.
] button.
] button.
A
The adjustment position screen currently selected is focused and
displayed.
Image Maintenance
j
Press the [
][
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] buttons to select the color you want to adjust,
and then use the [ ][ ] buttons to adjust.
Press the [ ] button to weaken the color tone. Press the [ ] button
to strengthen the color tone.
a
k
l
The adjustment screen changes each time you press [
Return to step 5 and adjust each level.
To complete the adjustment, press the [Menu] button.
].
Appendix
Monitoring and Controlling
About EasyMP Monitor
EasyMP Monitor allows you to use the computer to check the status of
multiple Epson projectors on the network as well as control them.
You can download EasyMP Monitor from the following Web site.
http://www.epson.com
About Message Broadcasting
Message Broadcasting is plugin software for EasyMP Monitor.
Message Broadcasting can be used to send a message (JPEG file) to project
on all Epson projectors or specified projectors connected on the network.
The data can be sent manually, or sent automatically using Timer Settings
in EasyMP Monitor.
Download the Message Broadcasting software from the following website.
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Changing Settings Using a Web Browser (Web
Control)
By using the Web browser of a computer connected to the projector on a
network, you can make settings and control the projector. This function
allows you to perform setup and control operations remotely. In addition,
since you can use the computer's keyboard, entering characters required for
the setup is easier.
Use Internet Explorer 8.0 or later as the Web browser. Use Safari for OS
X.
a
• If you set Standby Mode to Communication On, you can use the
Web browser to make settings and perform control even if the
projector is in standby mode (when the power is off).
s Extended - Standby Mode p.122
• When the menu cannot be displayed on one screen, adjust the zoom
setting in your Web browser.
http://www.epson.com
Setting the projector
In the Web browser, you can set items that are usually set in the projector's
Configuration menu. The settings are reflected in the Configuration menu.
Items in the Configuration menu that cannot be set by the Web browser
• Settings - User Button
• Extended - User's Logo
• Advanced - BNC Sync Termination, Shutter Button
• Extended - Language
The settings for items on each menu are the same as the projector's
Configuration menu.
s "Configuration Menu" p.113
Monitoring and Controlling
Items that can only be set with a web browser
• SNMP Community Name (up to 32 single-byte alphanumeric characters)
• Monitor Password (up to 16 single-byte alphanumeric characters)
• HTTP port
Add the port used for Web control. However, the following ports
cannot be added.
80 (default), 843, 3620, 3621, 3625, 3629, 4352, 4649, 5357, 10000,
10001, 41794
Displaying the Web Control Screen
Use the following procedure to display the Web Control screen.
Make sure the computer and projector are connected to the network.
a
a
b
If your Web browser is set up to connect via a proxy server, the Web
Control screen cannot be displayed. To display Web control, you need
to make settings so that a proxy server is not used for a connection.
Start the Web browser on the computer.
Enter the IP address of the projector in the address input box of
the Web browser, and press the Enter key on the computer's
keyboard.
The Web Control screen is displayed.
When Web Control Password is set in the Network menu from the
projector's Configuration menu, the password entry screen is
displayed.
c
The user ID and password entry screen is displayed.
Enter "EPSONWEB" as the user ID.
The default password is "admin".
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a
• Enter the user ID even if the password setting is disabled.
You cannot change the user ID.
• You can change the password in the Network menu in the
Configuration menu.
s Network - Basic - Web Control Password p.129
Using the Using Mail Notification to Report
Problems
When you set the mail notification function, notification messages are sent
to the preset email addresses when a problem or warning occurs with a
projector. This allows operators to be notified of problems with projectors
even when they are at remote locations.
s Network - Mail - Mail Notification p.127
a
• Up to a maximum of three notification destinations (addresses) can
be registered, and notification messages can be sent to all three
destinations at once.
• If a projector develops a critical problem and suddenly stops
working, it may not be able to send a message notifying an operator
of the problem.
• If you set Standby Mode to Communication On, you can control
the projector even if it is in standby mode (when the power is
off).
s Extended - Standby Mode p.122
Monitoring and Controlling
Reading error notification emails
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• Low Air Flow Error
When the mail notification function is set to On and a problem or warning
occurs in the projector, the following email will be sent.
• Peltier Device error/ Pump Error
Mail sender: Address for Address 1
• Shutter Error
Subject: EPSON Projector
Line 1: The projector name where the problem has occurred
Line 2: The IP address set for the projector where the problem has
occurred.
Line 3 and on: Details of the problem
The details of the problem are listed line by line. The main message
contents are listed below.
• Shutter Warning
• Cinema Filter Warning
• Cinema Filter Error
• No-signal
No image signal is input to the projector. Check the connection status or
check that the power for the signal source is turned on.
• Auto Iris Error
• Clean Air Filter
• Power Warning. (Ballast) (1)/Power Warning. (Ballast) (2)
• No Air Filter
• Power Err. (Ballast)
• Internal error
See the following to deal with problems or warnings.
• Fan related error
s "Reading the Indicators" p.141
• Sensor error
• Lamp timer failure
• Lamp Warning (1)/Lamp Warning (2)
• Lamp out
• Lamp type mismatch
• Incorrect projection mode
• Internal temperature error
• High-speed cooling in progress
• Lamp replacement notification (1)/Lamp replacement notification (2)
• Low Air Flow
Monitoring and Controlling
Management Using SNMP
By setting SNMP to On in the Configuration menu, notification messages
are sent to the specified computer when a problem or warning occurs. This
allows operators to be notified of problems with projectors even when they
are at remote locations.
s Network - Others - SNMP p.116
a
• SNMP should be managed by a network administrator or someone
who is familiar with the network.
• To use the SNMP function to monitor the projector, you need to
install the SNMP manager program on your computer.
• The SNMP Agent for this projector complies with version 1
(SNMPv1).
• The managing function using SNMP cannot be used over wireless
LAN in Quick connection mode.
• Up to two destination IP addresses can be saved.
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Displaying the Web Remote Screen
The Web Remote function allows you to perform projector remote control
operations with a Web browser.
a
Display the Web Control screen.
b
Click Web Remote.
Monitoring and Controlling
c
The Web Remote screen is displayed.
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Operating the lens
You can operate the lens from a Web browser using Lens Control on the
Web Control screen.
You can adjust the Focus, Zoom, and Lens Shift.
A [
] button
Turns the projector on.
B Change input buttons
s "Switching to the Target Image" p.59
C [Freeze] button
s "Freezing the Image (Freeze)" p.95
D [Shutter] button
s "Hiding the Image Temporarily (Shutter)" p.94
E [Page] buttons
s "Remote Control" p.20
F [Search] button
s "Automatically Detect Input Signals and Change the Projected Image
(Search)" p.58
G [t] button
Turns the projector off.
Item
Repeat
Function
Shifts the lens to the maximum or minimum motion
range.
Stops the shift.
Step
Shifts the lens for the predetermined range.
Shift the lens to the center.
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Item
ESC/VP21 Commands
You can control the projector from an external device using ESC/VP21.
Command list
When the power ON command is transmitted to the projector, the power
turns on and it enters warm-up mode. When the projector's power has
turned on, a colon ":" (3Ah) is returned.
When a command is input, the projector executes the command and
returns a ":", and then accepts the next command.
If the command being processed terminates abnormally, an error message is
output and a ":" is returned.
Shutter function
On/Off
SDI
(For EB-Z10005U/EB-Z10000U/EBZ9875U/EB-Z9870U only)
SOURCE 60
HDBaseT
SOURCE 80
On
MUTE ON
Off
MUTE OFF
Add a Carriage Return (CR) code (0Dh) to the end of each command and
transmit.
For more details, contact your local dealer or the nearest address provided
in the Epson Projector Contact List.
s Epson Projector Contact List
The main contents are listed below.
Item
Power ON/OFF
Signal selection
Command
On
PWR ON
Off
PWR OFF
Computer
BNC
Auto
SOURCE 1F
RGB
SOURCE 11
Component
SOURCE 14
Auto
SOURCE BF
RGB
SOURCE B1
Component
SOURCE B4
DVI-D
SOURCE A0
HDMI
SOURCE 30
Video
SOURCE 41
S-Video
SOURCE 42
LAN
SOURCE 53
Command
Cable layouts
Serial connection
• Connector shape: D-Sub 9-pin (male)
Monitoring and Controlling
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• Projector input port name: RS-232C
<At the projector>
<At the computer>
About PJLink
PJLink Class1 was established by the JBMIA (Japan Business Machine and
Information System Industries Association) as a standard protocol for
controlling network-compatible projector's as part of their efforts to
standardize projector control protocols.
The projector complies with the PJLink Class1 standard established by the
JBMIA.
You need to make network settings before you can use PJLink. See the
following for more information on network settings.
s "Network Menu" p.127
<At the projector>
(PC serial cable)
<At the computer>
It complies with all commands except for the following commands defined
by PJLink Class1, and agreement was confirmed by the PJLink standard
adaptability verification.
URL:http://pjlink.jbmia.or.jp/english/
• Non-compatible commands
Function
Signal Name
Function
GND
Signal wire ground
TD
Transmit data
RD
Receive data
Mute settings
PJLink Command
Image muting set
AVMT 11
Audio muting set
AVMT 21
• Input names defined by PJLink and corresponding projector sources
Source
Communications protocol
•
•
•
•
•
Default baud rate setting: 9600 bps
Data length: 8 bit
Parity: None
Stop-bit: 1 bit
Flow control: None
PJLink Command
Computer
INPT 11
BNC
INPT 13
Video
INPT 21
S-Video
INPT 22
DVI-D
INPT 31
HDMI
INPT 32
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Source
PJLink Command
SDI
(For EB-Z10005U/EB-Z10000U/EBZ9875U/EB-Z9870U only)
INPT 34
LAN
INPT 52
HDBaseT
INPT 56
• Manufacturer name displayed for "Manufacture name information query"
EPSON
• Model name displayed for "Product name information query"
EPSON 10005/10000
EPSON 9875/9870
EPSON 9750
EPSON 11000
EPSON 9900
EPSON 9800
EPSON 11005/11000
EPSON 9870
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About Crestron RoomView
®
Crestron RoomView is an integrated control system provided by
Crestron . It can be used to monitor and control multiple devices
connected on a network.
®
The projector supports the control protocol, and can therefore be used in a
system built with Crestron RoomView .
®
®
®
Visit the Crestron Web site for details on Crestron RoomView . (Only
English-language displays are supported.)
http://www.crestron.com
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The following provides an overview of Crestron RoomView .
• Remote operation using a Web browser
You can operate a projector from your computer just like using a remote
control.
• Monitoring and control with application software
You can use Crestron RoomView Express or Crestron RoomView
Server Edition provided by Creston to monitor devices in the system, to
communicate with the help desk, and to send emergency messages. See
the following Web site for details.
http://www.crestron.com/getroomview
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®
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This manual describes how to perform operations on your computer using
a Web browser.
Monitoring and Controlling
a
• You can only enter single-byte alphanumeric characters and symbols.
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Using the operation window
• The following functions cannot be used while using Crestron
RoomView .
Message Broadcasting (EasyMP Monitor plug-in)
s "Changing Settings Using a Web Browser (Web Control)"
p.186
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• If you set Standby Mode to Communication On, you can control
the projector even if it is in standby mode (when the power is
off).
s Extended - Standby Mode p.122
Operating the projector from the computer
Displaying the operation window
Check the following before carrying out any operations.
A You can perform the following operations when you click the buttons.
• Make sure the computer and projector are connected to the network.
• Set Crestron RoomView to On in the Network menu.
s Network - Others - Crestron RoomView p.134
a
b
Start the Web browser on the computer.
Enter the IP address of the projector in the address input box of
the Web browser, and press the Enter key on the computer's
keyboard.
The operation window is displayed.
Button
Function
Power
Turns the projector power on or off.
A/V Mute
Press to turn the image on or off temporarily.
s "Hiding the Image Temporarily (Shutter)" p.94
B Switch to the image from the selected input source. To display input sources that
are not shown in Source List, click (a) or (b) to scroll up or down. The current
image signal input source is displayed in blue.
You can change the source name if necessary.
Monitoring and Controlling
195
C You can perform the following operations when you click the buttons. To display
buttons that are not shown in Source List, click (c) or (d) to scroll left or right.
Button
D The [
][
][
][
] buttons perform the same operations as the [
][
]
[ ] [ ] buttons on the remote control. You can perform the following
operations when you click the other buttons.
Function
Freeze
Press to pause or unpause the images.
s "Freezing the Image (Freeze)" p.95
Contrast
Adjusts the difference between light and shade in the
images.
Brightness
Adjusts the image brightness.
Color
Adjusts the color saturation for the images.
Sharpness
Adjusts the image sharpness.
Zoom
Click the [z] button to enlarge the image without
changing the projection size. Click the [x] button to
reduce an image that was enlarged with the [z] button.
Click the [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] buttons to change the
position of an enlarged image.
s "Enlarging Part of the Image (E-Zoom)" p.95
Button
Function
OK
Performs the same operation as the [
remote control.
s "Remote Control" p.20
Menu
Press to display and close the Configuration menu.
Auto
If clicked while projecting analog RGB signals from the
Computer input port, you can automatically optimize
Tracking, Sync., and Position.
Search
Press to change to the next input source that is sending
an image.
s "Automatically Detect Input Signals and Change the
Projected Image (Search)" p.58
Esc
Performs the same operation as the [Esc] button on the
remote control.
s "Remote Control" p.20
] button on the
E You can perform the following operations when you click the tabs.
Tab
Function
Contact IT Help
Displays the Help desk window. Used to send messages
to, and receive messages from, the administrator using
Crestron RoomView Express.
Info
Displays information on the projector that is currently
connected.
Tools
Changes settings in the projector that is currently
connected. See the next section.
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Monitoring and Controlling
196
Using the tools window
Item
The following window is displayed when you click the Tools tab on the
operation window. You can use this window to change settings in the
projector that is currently connected.
A Crestron Control
Make settings for Crestron central controllers.
®
B Projector
The following items can be set.
Location
Enter an installation location name for the projector
that is currently connected on the network. (The name
can contain up to 32 single-byte alphanumeric
characters and symbols.)
Assigned To
Enter a user name for the projector. (The name can
contain up to 32 single-byte alphanumeric characters
and symbols.)
DHCP
Select Enabled to use DHCP. You cannot enter an IP
address if DHCP is enabled.
IP Address
Enter the IP address to assign to the currently connected
projector.
Subnet Mask
Enter a subnet mask for the currently connected
projector.
Default Gateway
Enter the gateway address for the currently connected
projector.
Send
Click this button to confirm the changes made to the
Projector.
C Admin Password
Select the Enabled check box to require a password to open the Tools window.
The following items can be set.
Item
Item
Projector Name
Function
Enter a name to differentiate the projector that is
currently connected from other projectors on the
network. (The name can contain up to 15 single-byte
alphanumeric characters.)
Function
Function
New Password
Enter the new password when changing the password to
open the Tools window. (The name can contain up to 26
single-byte alphanumeric characters.)
Confirm
Enter the same password as you entered in New
Password. If the passwords are not the same, an error is
displayed.
Send
Click this button to confirm the changes made to the
Admin Password.
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197
D User Password
Select the Enabled check box to require a password to open the operation window
on the computer.
The following items can be set.
Item
Function
New Password
Enter the new password when changing the password to
open the operation window. (The name can contain up
to 26 single-byte alphanumeric characters.)
Confirm
Enter the same password as you entered in New
Password. If the passwords are not the same, an error is
displayed.
Send
Click this button to confirm the changes made to the
User Password.
Optional Accessories and Consumables
The following optional accessories and consumables are available. Purchase
these products as and when needed. The following list of optional
accessories and consumables is current as of: April, 2014. Details of
accessories are subject to change without notice and availability may vary
depending on the country of purchase.
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Remote control cable set ELPKC28
(10 m 2 piece set)
Use this to guarantee operation from the remote control from a distance.
Wireless mouse receiver ELPST16
Use this to use the projector's remote control to control the mouse pointer on
the computer or to page up and down.
Optional Accessories
Standard zoom lens ELPLS04
Short throw zoom lens ELPLU02
Rear projection wide lens ELPLR04
Wide zoom lens ELPLW04
Middle throw zoom lens ELPLM06
Middle throw zoom lens ELPLM07
Long throw zoom lens ELPLL07
See the following for more information on the projection distance for each
lens.
s "Screen Size and Projection Distance" p.200
Computer cable ELPKC02
(1.8 m - for mini D-Sub15-pin/mini D-Sub 15pin)
This is the same as the computer cable supplied with the projector.
Computer cable ELPKC09
(3 m - for mini D-Sub15-pin/mini D-Sub 15pin)
Computer cable ELPKC10
(20 m - for mini D-Sub15-pin/mini D-Sub 15pin)
Use one of these longer cables if the computer cable supplied with the projector
is too short.
Component video cable ELPKC19
(3 m - for mini D-Sub 15-pin/RCA male^3)
Use to connect a component videog source.
HDBaseT Transmitter ELPHD01
This transmitter performs long distance transmissions for HDMI signals and
control signals for 1 LAN cable. Based on the HDBaseTg standard.
Document Camera ELPDC11/ELPDC20
Use when projecting images such as books, OHP documents, or slides.
Wireless LAN unit ELPAP07
Use when connecting the projector to a computer wirelessly and projecting.
Quick Wireless Connection USB Key ELPAP09
Use when you want to quickly establish one-to-one connection between the
projector and a computer with Windows installed.
Polarizer ELPPL01
This is only available for standard zoom lens ELPLS04, middle throw zoom lens
ELPLM06, and long throw zoom lens ELPLL07.
Attach to this projector when stacking two projectors and projecting 3D images.
Passive 3D Glasses (standard five piece set) ELPGS02A
Passive 3D Glasses (five piece set for children) ELPGS02B
Passive polarized 3D glasses. Use these when viewing 3D images with the
projectors.
Frame ELPMB44
Metal mount used to install the projector for portrait projection or stack
projection.
Optional Accessories and Consumables
Low ceiling mount * ELPMB25
High ceiling mount * ELPMB26
Use when installing the projector on a ceiling.
Special expertise is required to suspend the projector from a ceiling. Contact
your local dealer or the nearest address provided in the Epson Projector
Contact List.
s Epson Projector Contact List
*
Consumables
Lamp unit (one pack) ELPLP81
Lamp unit (two packs) ELPLP82
Use as a replacement for used lamps.
Lamp unit (for portrait use) (one pack) ELPLP83
Lamp unit (for portrait use) (two packs) ELPLP84
Use for portrait projection.
Air Filter ELPAF46
Use as a replacement for used air filter.
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Screen Size and Projection Distance
for EB-Z10005U/EB-Z10000U/EB-Z9875U/EBZ9870U/EB-Z9750U/EB-Z11000W/EB-Z9900W/EBZ9800W
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Standard zoom lens ELPLS04
This section shows the projection distances for models equipped with the
standard zoom lenses.
Unit: cm
16:10 Screen Size
A
B
C
Projection distance
Distance from the center of the lens to the base of the image. This varies
depending on the setting for vertical lens shift.
Center of lens
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
60"
130x81
199 - 326
-8 - +89
70"
151x94
233 - 382
-9 - +104
80"
172x108
268 - 438
-11 - +119
90"
194x121
302 - 493
-12 - +133
100"
215x135
337 - 549
-14 - +148
120"
258x162
406 - 661
-16 - +178
150"
323x202
509 - 828
-20 - +222
200"
431x269
682 - 1106
-27 - +296
250"
538x337
855 - 1385
-34 - +370
300"
646x404
1027 - 1663
-41 - +444
350"
754x471
1200 - 1942
-47 - +519
400"
862x538
1372 - 2220
-54 - +593
450"
969x606
1545 - 2499
-61 - +667
500"
1077x673
1717 - 2777
-68 - +741
Unit: cm
16:9 Screen Size
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
59"
131x73
201 - 330
-12 - +86
60"
133x75
205 - 336
-13 - +87
Screen Size and Projection Distance
A
16:9 Screen Size
201
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
4:3 Screen Size
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
70"
155x87
240 - 393
-15 - +102
150"
305x229
578 - 938
-23 - +252
80"
177x100
276 - 450
-17 - +116
200"
406x305
773 - 1253
-31 - +335
90"
199x112
311 - 507
-19 - +131
250"
508x381
969 - 1569
-38 - +419
100"
221x125
347 - 565
-21 - +145
300"
610x457
1164 - 1884
-46 - +503
120"
266x149
417 - 679
-25 - +174
350"
711x533
1359 - 2199
-54 - +587
150"
332x187
524 - 851
-31 - +218
400"
813x610
1555 - 2515
-61 - +671
200"
443x249
701 - 1137
-42 - +291
441"
896x672
1715 - 2773
-68 - +740
250"
553x311
879 - 1423
-52 - +363
300"
664x374
1056 - 1710
-63 - +436
350"
775x436
1233 - 1996
-73 - +509
400"
886x498
1411 - 2282
-83 - +581
450"
996x560
1588 - 2569
-94 - +654
486"
1076x605
1716 - 2775
-101 - +706
Unit: cm
4:3 Screen Size
Short throw zoom lens ELPLU02
Unit: cm
16:10 Screen Size
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
60"
130x81
80 - 97
-8 - +89
70"
151x94
94 - 114
-9 - +104
A
B
80"
172x108
108 - 131
-11 - +119
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
90"
194x121
122 - 148
-12 - +133
100"
215x135
136 - 165
-14 - +148
120"
258x162
165 - 199
-16 - +178
150"
323x202
207 - 251
-20 - +222
200"
431x269
278 - 336
-27 - +296
250"
538x337
349 - 421
-34 - +370
300"
646x404
420 - 507
-41 - +444
350"
754x471
491 - 592
-47 - +519
400"
862x538
562 - 678
-54 - +593
53"
108x81
199 - 326
-8 - +89
60"
122x91
226 - 370
-9 - +101
70"
142x107
265 - 433
-11 - +117
80"
163x122
304 - 497
-12 - +134
90"
183x137
343 - 560
-14 - +151
100"
203x152
383 - 623
-15 - +168
120"
244x183
461 - 749
-18 - +201
Screen Size and Projection Distance
16:10 Screen Size
202
Unit: cm
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
450"
969x606
633 - 763
-61 - +667
500"
1077x673
704 - 848
-68 - +741
Unit: cm
16:9 Screen Size
4:3 Screen Size
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
53"
108x81
80 - 97
-8 - +89
60"
122x91
91 - 110
-9 - +101
70"
142x107
107 - 130
-11 - +117
A
B
80"
163x122
123 - 149
-12 - +134
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
90"
183x137
139 - 168
-14 - +151
100"
203x152
155 - 188
-15 - +168
120"
244x183
187 - 226
-18 - +201
150"
305x229
236 - 284
-23 - +252
200"
406x305
316 - 381
-31 - +335
250"
508x381
396 - 478
-38 - +419
300"
610x457
477 - 574
-46 - +503
350"
711x533
557 - 671
-54 - +587
400"
813x610
638 - 768
-61 - +671
441"
896x672
703 - 847
-68 - +740
59"
131x73
80 - 98
-12 - +86
60"
133x75
82 - 100
-13 - +87
70"
155x87
97 - 117
-15 - +102
80"
177x100
111 - 135
-17 - +116
90"
199x112
126 - 152
-19 - +131
100"
221x125
140 - 170
-21 - +145
120"
266x149
170 - 205
-25 - +174
150"
332x187
213 - 258
-31 - +218
200"
443x249
286 - 346
-42 - +291
250"
553x311
359 - 433
-52 - +363
300"
664x374
432 - 521
-63 - +436
350"
775x436
505 - 609
-73 - +509
400"
886x498
578 - 697
-83 - +581
450"
996x560
651 - 784
-94 - +654
486"
1076x605
704 - 848
-101 - +706
Rear projection wide lens ELPLR04
Lens shift is not supported.
Unit: cm
16:10 Screen Size
A
B
60"
130x81
87
+40
70"
151x94
102
+47
80"
172x108
118
+54
90"
194x121
133
+61
Screen Size and Projection Distance
16:10 Screen Size
203
A
B
16:9 Screen Size
100"
215x135
149
+67
486"
120"
258x162
180
+81
150"
323x202
227
+101
200"
431x269
304
+135
250"
538x337
382
+168
53"
300"
646x404
460
+202
350"
754x471
538
400"
862x538
450"
500"
1076x605
A
B
770
+303
Unit: cm
A
B
108x81
87
+40
60"
122x91
99
+46
+236
70"
142x107
117
+53
615
+269
80"
163x122
134
+61
969x606
693
+303
90"
183x137
152
+69
1077x673
771
+337
100"
203x152
169
+76
120"
244x183
205
+91
150"
305x229
257
+114
4:3 Screen Size
Unit: cm
16:9 Screen Size
A
B
200"
406x305
345
+152
59"
131x73
88
+37
250"
508x381
433
+191
60"
133x75
89
+37
300"
610x457
521
+229
70"
155x87
105
+44
350"
711x533
610
+267
80"
177x100
121
+50
400"
813x610
698
+305
90"
199x112
137
+56
441"
896x672
770
+336
100"
221x125
153
+62
120"
266x149
185
+75
150"
332x187
233
+93
200"
443x249
313
+125
250"
553x311
393
+156
300"
664x374
473
+187
350"
775x436
553
+218
60"
400"
886x498
633
+249
450"
996x560
713
+280
Wide zoom lens ELPLW04
Unit: cm
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
130x81
149 - 206
-8 - +89
70"
151x94
175 - 242
-9 - +104
80"
172x108
202 - 277
-11 - +119
16:10 Screen Size
Screen Size and Projection Distance
A
16:10 Screen Size
204
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
16:9 Screen Size
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
90"
194x121
228 - 313
-12 - +133
250"
553x311
664 - 905
-52 - +363
100"
215x135
254 - 348
-14 - +148
300"
664x374
798 - 1088
-63 - +436
120"
258x162
306 - 419
-16 - +178
350"
775x436
933 - 1270
-73 - +509
150"
323x202
385 - 526
-20 - +222
400"
886x498
1067 - 1453
-83 - +581
200"
431x269
515 - 703
-27 - +296
450"
996x560
1201 - 1635
-94 - +654
250"
538x337
646 - 881
-34 - +370
486"
1076x605
1298 - 1767
-101 - +706
300"
646x404
777 - 1058
-41 - +444
350"
754x471
907 - 1236
-47 - +519
400"
862x538
1038 - 1413
-54 - +593
450"
969x606
1169 - 1591
-61 - +667
500"
1077x673
1299 - 1769
-68 - +741
Unit: cm
16:9 Screen Size
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
Unit: cm
4:3 Screen Size
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
53"
108x81
149 - 206
-8 - +89
60"
122x91
170 - 234
-9 - +101
70"
142x107
200 - 274
-11 - +117
80"
163x122
229 - 315
-12 - +134
90"
183x137
259 - 355
-14 - +151
59"
131x73
151 - 208
-12 - +86
100"
203x152
288 - 395
-15 - +168
60"
133x75
154 - 212
-13 - +87
120"
244x183
348 - 475
-18 - +201
70"
155x87
181 - 248
-15 - +102
150"
305x229
436 - 596
-23 - +252
80"
177x100
207 - 285
-17 - +116
200"
406x305
584 - 797
-31 - +335
90"
199x112
234 - 321
-19 - +131
250"
508x381
732 - 998
-38 - +419
100"
221x125
261 - 358
-21 - +145
300"
610x457
880 - 1199
-46 - +503
120"
266x149
315 - 431
-25 - +174
350"
711x533
1028 - 1400
-54 - +587
150"
332x187
395 - 540
-31 - +218
400"
813x610
1176 - 1601
-61 - +671
200"
443x249
530 - 723
-42 - +291
441"
896x672
1298 - 1766
-68 - +740
Screen Size and Projection Distance
205
Middle throw zoom lens ELPLM06
Unit: cm
16:10 Screen Size
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
60"
130x81
306 - 473
-8 - +89
70"
151x94
360 - 554
-9 - +104
80"
172x108
413 - 635
-11 - +119
90"
194x121
466 - 716
-12 - +133
100"
215x135
519 - 797
-14 - +148
120"
258x162
626 - 959
-16 - +178
150"
323x202
786 - 1202
-20 - +222
200"
431x269
1052 - 1607
-27 - +296
250"
538x337
1318 - 2012
-34 - +370
300"
646x404
1585 - 2417
-41 - +444
350"
754x471
1851 - 2822
-47 - +519
400"
862x538
2117 - 3227
-54 - +593
450"
969x606
2383 - 3631
-61 - +667
500"
1077x673
2650 - 4036
-68 - +741
Unit: cm
16:9 Screen Size
16:9 Screen Size
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
90"
199x112
479 - 736
-19 - +131
100"
221x125
534 - 819
-21 - +145
120"
266x149
644 - 986
-25 - +174
150"
332x187
808 - 1236
-31 - +218
200"
443x249
1082 - 1652
-42 - +291
250"
553x311
1355 - 2068
-52 - +363
300"
664x374
1629 - 2484
-63 - +436
350"
775x436
1903 - 2900
-73 - +509
400"
886x498
2176 - 3317
-83 - +581
450"
996x560
2450 - 3733
-94 - +654
486"
1076x605
2647 - 4032
-101 - +706
Unit: cm
4:3 Screen Size
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
53"
108x81
306 - 473
-8 - +89
60"
122x91
349 - 537
-9 - +101
A
B
70"
142x107
409 - 629
-11 - +117
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
80"
163x122
469 - 720
-12 - +134
90"
183x137
529 - 812
-14 - +151
100"
203x152
590 - 904
-15 - +168
120"
244x183
710 - 1087
-18 - +201
150"
305x229
891 - 1362
-23 - +252
200"
406x305
1193 - 1821
-31 - +335
59"
131x73
310 - 478
-12 - +86
60"
133x75
315 - 486
-13 - +87
70"
155x87
370 - 570
-15 - +102
80"
177x100
425 - 653
-17 - +116
Screen Size and Projection Distance
4:3 Screen Size
206
Unit: cm
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
16:9 Screen Size
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
250"
508x381
1494 - 2279
-38 - +419
300"
610x457
1796 - 2738
-46 - +503
59"
131x73
450 - 694
-12 - +86
350"
711x533
2097 - 3196
-54 - +587
60"
133x75
458 - 706
-13 - +87
400"
813x610
2399 - 3654
-61 - +671
70"
155x87
538 - 828
-15 - +102
441"
896x672
2646 - 4030
-68 - +740
80"
177x100
618 - 949
-17 - +116
90"
199x112
698 - 1071
-19 - +131
100"
221x125
779 - 1192
-21 - +145
120"
266x149
939 - 1436
-25 - +174
150"
332x187
1180 - 1800
-31 - +218
200"
443x249
1581 - 2408
-42 - +291
250"
553x311
1983 - 3016
-52 - +363
Middle throw zoom lens ELPLM07
Unit: cm
16:10 Screen Size
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
60"
130x81
445 - 686
-8 - +89
300"
664x374
2384 - 3624
-63 - +436
70"
151x94
523 - 805
-9 - +104
350"
775x436
2785 - 4232
-73 - +509
80"
172x108
601 - 923
-11 - +119
400"
886x498
3187 - 4840
-83 - +581
90"
194x121
679 - 1041
-12 - +133
450"
996x560
3588 - 5448
-94 - +654
100"
215x135
757 - 1160
-14 - +148
486"
1076x605
3877 - 5886
-101 - +706
120"
258x162
913 - 1396
-16 - +178
150"
323x202
1147 - 1751
-20 - +222
200"
431x269
1538 - 2343
-27 - +296
250"
538x337
1928 - 2934
-34 - +370
300"
646x404
2319 - 3526
-41 - +444
350"
754x471
2709 - 4117
-47 - +519
400"
862x538
3100 - 4709
-54 - +593
450"
969x606
3490 - 5300
-61 - +667
500"
1077x673
3881 - 5892
-68 - +741
Unit: cm
4:3 Screen Size
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
53"
108x81
445 - 686
-8 - +89
60"
122x91
507 - 780
-9 - +101
70"
142x107
595 - 914
-11 - +117
80"
163x122
683 - 1048
-12 - +134
Screen Size and Projection Distance
A
4:3 Screen Size
207
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
16:10 Screen Size
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
90"
183x137
772 - 1182
-14 - +151
300"
646x404
3447 - 4830
-41 - +444
100"
203x152
860 - 1316
-15 - +168
350"
754x471
4026 - 5640
-47 - +519
120"
244x183
1037 - 1584
-18 - +201
400"
862x538
4606 - 6451
-54 - +593
150"
305x229
1302 - 1985
-23 - +252
450"
969x606
5186 - 7261
-61 - +667
200"
406x305
1744 - 2655
-31 - +335
500"
1077x673
5765 - 8071
-68 - +741
250"
508x381
2186 - 3325
-38 - +419
300"
610x457
2628 - 3995
-46 - +503
350"
711x533
3070 - 4664
-54 - +587
400"
813x610
3512 - 5334
-61 - +671
441"
896x672
3875 - 5883
-68 - +740
Long throw zoom lens ELPLL07
Unit: cm
16:10 Screen Size
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
60"
130x81
664 - 941
-8 - +89
70"
151x94
780 - 1103
-9 - +104
80"
172x108
896 - 1265
-11 - +119
90"
194x121
1012 - 1427
-12 - +133
100"
215x135
1128 - 1589
-14 - +148
120"
258x162
1360 - 1913
-16 - +178
150"
323x202
1708 - 2399
-20 - +222
200"
431x269
2287 - 3209
-27 - +296
250"
538x337
2867 - 4020
-34 - +370
Unit: cm
16:9 Screen Size
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
59"
131x73
672 - 951
-12 - +86
60"
133x75
683 - 968
-13 - +87
70"
155x87
803 - 1134
-15 - +102
80"
177x100
922 - 1301
-17 - +116
90"
199x112
1041 - 1467
-19 - +131
100"
221x125
1160 - 1634
-21 - +145
120"
266x149
1398 - 1967
-25 - +174
150"
332x187
1756 - 2467
-31 - +218
200"
443x249
2352 - 3300
-42 - +291
250"
553x311
2948 - 4132
-52 - +363
300"
664x374
3543 - 4965
-63 - +436
350"
775x436
4139 - 5798
-73 - +509
400"
886x498
4735 - 6631
-83 - +581
450"
996x560
5331 - 7464
-94 - +654
486"
1076x605
5760 - 8063
-101 - +706
Screen Size and Projection Distance
208
Unit: cm
4:3 Screen Size
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
53"
108x81
664 - 941
-8 - +89
60"
122x91
756 - 1069
-9 - +101
70"
142x107
887 - 1252
-11 - +117
80"
163x122
1019 - 1436
-12 - +134
90"
183x137
1150 - 1619
-14 - +151
100"
203x152
1281 - 1803
-15 - +168
120"
244x183
1544 - 2170
-18 - +201
150"
305x229
1937 - 2720
-23 - +252
200"
406x305
2594 - 3637
-31 - +335
250"
508x381
3250 - 4555
-38 - +419
300"
610x457
3906 - 5472
-46 - +503
350"
711x533
4562 - 6389
-54 - +587
400"
813x610
5219 - 7307
-61 - +671
441"
896x672
5757 - 8059
-68 - +740
Projection Distances for EB-Z11005/EB-Z11000/EBZ9870
A
B
C
Projection distance
Distance from the center of the lens to the base of the image. This varies
depending on the setting for vertical lens shift.
Center of lens
Screen Size and Projection Distance
209
Standard zoom lens ELPLS04
This section shows the projection distances for models equipped with the
standard zoom lenses.
Unit: cm
4:3 Screen Size
16:9 Screen Size
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
70"
155x87
249 - 407
-21 - +108
80"
177x100
285 - 467
-24 - +124
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
90"
199x112
322 - 526
-27 - +139
100"
221x125
359 - 586
-30 - +155
60"
122x91
194 - 319
-5 - +97
120"
266x149
432 - 704
-36 - +185
70"
142x107
228 - 373
-6 - +113
150"
332x187
542 - 882
-45 - +232
80"
163x122
261 - 428
-7 - +129
200"
443x249
726 - 1179
-60 - +309
90"
183x137
295 - 482
-8 - +145
250"
553x311
909 - 1476
-75 - +386
100"
203x152
329 - 537
-8 - +161
300"
664x374
1093 - 1773
-90 - +464
120"
244x183
396 - 646
-10 - +193
350"
775x436
1276 - 2069
-105 - +541
150"
305x229
497 - 809
-13 - +241
400"
886x498
1460 - 2366
-120 - +618
200"
406x305
665 - 1082
-17 - +322
450"
996x560
1643 - 2663
-135 - +695
250"
508x381
834 - 1354
-21 - +402
458"
1014x570
1672 - 2711
-137 - +708
300"
610x457
1002 - 1626
-25 - +483
350"
711x533
1171 - 1899
-30 - +563
400"
813x610
1339 - 2171
-34 - +643
450"
914x686
1508 - 2444
-38 - +724
500"
1016x762
1676 - 2716
-42 - +804
Unit: cm
16:9 Screen Size
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
Unit: cm
16:10 Screen Size
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
57"
123x77
195 - 321
-13 - +90
60"
130x81
206 - 338
-13 - +94
70"
151x94
242 - 396
-16 - +110
80"
172x108
277 - 454
-18 - +126
90"
194x121
313 - 512
-20 - +141
56"
124x70
197 - 324
-17 - +87
100"
215x135
349 - 569
-22 - +157
60"
133x75
212 - 348
-18 - +93
120"
258x162
420 - 685
-27 - +188
Screen Size and Projection Distance
A
16:10 Screen Size
210
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
4:3 Screen Size
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
150"
323x202
527 - 858
-34 - +236
400"
813x610
548 - 662
0 - +610
200"
431x269
706 - 1147
-45 - +314
450"
914x686
617 - 745
0 - +686
250"
538x337
884 - 1436
-56 - +393
500"
1016x762
686 - 828
0 - +762
300"
646x404
1063 - 1725
-67 - +471
350"
754x471
1241 - 2013
-79 - +550
400"
862x538
1420 - 2302
-90 - +628
450"
969x606
1598 - 2591
-101 - +707
471"
1014x634
1673 - 2712
-106 - +740
Short throw zoom lens ELPLU02
Unit: cm
4:3 Screen Size
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
60"
122x91
78 - 95
0 - +91
70"
142x107
91 - 111
0 - +107
80"
163x122
105 - 128
0 - +122
90"
183x137
119 - 145
0 - +137
100"
203x152
133 - 161
0 - +152
120"
244x183
161 - 195
0 - +183
150"
305x229
202 - 245
0 - +229
200"
406x305
271 - 328
0 - +305
250"
508x381
340 - 412
0 - +381
300"
610x457
410 - 495
0 - +457
350"
711x533
479 - 578
0 - +533
Unit: cm
16:9 Screen Size
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
56"
124x70
79 - 96
-12 - +81
60"
133x75
85 - 104
-12 - +87
70"
155x87
100 - 122
-15 - +102
80"
177x100
115 - 140
-17 - +116
90"
199x112
130 - 158
-19 - +131
100"
221x125
145 - 176
-21 - +145
120"
266x149
175 - 213
-25 - +174
150"
332x187
221 - 267
-31 - +218
200"
443x249
296 - 358
-42 - +291
250"
553x311
371 - 449
-52 - +363
300"
664x374
447 - 540
-62 - +436
350"
775x436
522 - 631
-73 - +508
400"
886x498
598 - 721
-83 - +581
450"
996x560
673 - 812
-93 - +654
458"
1014x570
685 - 827
-95 - +665
Screen Size and Projection Distance
211
Unit: cm
16:10 Screen Size
4:3 Screen Size
B
A
B
90"
183x137
130
+69
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
100"
203x152
145
+76
120"
244x183
176
+91
150"
305x229
221
+114
200"
406x305
297
+152
250"
508x381
373
+191
300"
610x457
449
+229
350"
711x533
525
+267
400"
813x610
601
+305
450"
914x686
677
+343
500"
1016x762
753
+381
57"
123x77
78 - 95
-8 - +84
60"
130x81
82 - 101
-8 - +89
70"
151x94
97 - 118
-9 - +104
80"
172x108
112 - 136
-11 - +118
90"
194x121
127 - 154
-12 - +133
100"
215x135
141 - 171
-13 - +148
120"
258x162
171 - 207
-16 - +178
150"
323x202
215 - 260
-20 - +222
200"
431x269
288 - 348
-27 - +296
250"
538x337
361 - 437
-34 - +370
300"
646x404
435 - 525
-40 - +444
350"
754x471
508 - 613
-47 - +518
56"
400"
862x538
581 - 702
-54 - +592
450"
969x606
655 - 790
-61 - +666
471"
1014x634
685 - 827
-63 - +697
Rear projection wide lens ELPLR04
Lens shift is not supported.
Unit: cm
4:3 Screen Size
A
A
B
60"
122x91
84
+46
70"
142x107
100
+53
80"
163x122
115
+61
Unit: cm
A
B
124x70
86
+35
60"
133x75
93
+37
70"
155x87
109
+44
80"
177x100
126
+50
90"
199x112
142
+56
100"
221x125
159
+62
120"
266x149
192
+75
150"
332x187
242
+93
200"
443x249
324
+125
250"
553x311
407
+156
300"
664x374
490
+187
350"
775x436
573
+218
400"
886x498
656
+249
16:9 Screen Size
Screen Size and Projection Distance
16:9 Screen Size
A
212
B
450"
996x560
738
+280
458"
1014x570
752
+285
4:3 Screen Size
Unit: cm
16:10 Screen Size
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
70"
142x107
171 - 236
-6 - +113
80"
163x122
197 - 270
-7 - +129
A
B
90"
183x137
222 - 305
-8 - +145
57"
123x77
85
+38
100"
203x152
248 - 340
-8 - +161
60"
130x81
90
+40
120"
244x183
299 - 409
-10 - +193
70"
151x94
106
+47
150"
305x229
376 - 513
-13 - +241
80"
172x108
122
+54
200"
406x305
504 - 686
-17 - +322
90"
194x121
138
+61
250"
508x381
632 - 860
-21 - +402
100"
215x135
154
+67
300"
610x457
759 - 1033
-25 - +483
120"
258x162
187
+81
350"
711x533
887 - 1207
-30 - +563
150"
323x202
235
+101
400"
813x610
1015 - 1380
-34 - +643
200"
431x269
315
+135
450"
914x686
1143 - 1553
-38 - +724
250"
538x337
396
+168
500"
1016x762
1271 - 1727
-42 - +804
300"
646x404
477
+202
350"
754x471
557
+236
400"
862x538
638
+269
450"
969x606
718
+303
471"
1014x634
752
+317
Unit: cm
16:9 Screen Size
Wide zoom lens ELPLW04
Unit: cm
4:3 Screen Size
60"
122x91
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
146 - 201
-5 - +97
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
56"
124x70
148 - 204
-17 - +87
60"
133x75
159 - 220
-18 - +93
70"
155x87
187 - 257
-21 - +108
80"
177x100
215 - 295
-24 - +124
90"
199x112
243 - 333
-27 - +139
100"
221x125
271 - 371
-30 - +155
120"
266x149
327 - 446
-36 - +185
Screen Size and Projection Distance
A
16:9 Screen Size
213
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
16:10 Screen Size
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
150"
332x187
410 - 560
-45 - +232
400"
862x538
1076 - 1463
-90 - +628
200"
443x249
549 - 748
-60 - +309
450"
969x606
1212 - 1647
-101 - +707
250"
553x311
689 - 937
-75 - +386
471"
1014x634
1269 - 1724
-106 - +740
300"
664x374
828 - 1126
-90 - +464
350"
775x436
967 - 1315
-105 - +541
400"
886x498
1107 - 1504
-120 - +618
450"
996x560
1246 - 1693
-135 - +695
458"
1014x570
1268 - 1723
-137 - +708
Unit: cm
16:10 Screen Size
Middle throw zoom lens ELPLM06
Unit: cm
4:3 Screen Size
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
60"
122x91
299 - 462
-5 - +97
A
B
70"
142x107
351 - 541
-6 - +113
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
80"
163x122
403 - 621
-7 - +129
90"
183x137
455 - 700
-8 - +145
100"
203x152
507 - 779
-8 - +161
120"
244x183
611 - 937
-10 - +193
150"
305x229
767 - 1175
-13 - +241
200"
406x305
1027 - 1571
-17 - +322
250"
508x381
1287 - 1967
-21 - +402
300"
610x457
1547 - 2363
-25 - +483
350"
711x533
1807 - 2759
-30 - +563
400"
813x610
2067 - 3155
-34 - +643
450"
914x686
2327 - 3552
-38 - +724
500"
1016x762
2587 - 3948
-42 - +804
57"
123x77
147 - 202
-13 - +90
60"
130x81
155 - 213
-13 - +94
70"
151x94
182 - 250
-16 - +110
80"
172x108
209 - 287
-18 - +126
90"
194x121
236 - 324
-20 - +141
100"
215x135
263 - 360
-22 - +157
120"
258x162
318 - 434
-27 - +188
150"
323x202
399 - 544
-34 - +236
200"
431x269
534 - 728
-45 - +314
250"
538x337
670 - 912
-56 - +393
300"
646x404
805 - 1096
-67 - +471
350"
754x471
941 - 1279
-79 - +550
Screen Size and Projection Distance
214
Unit: cm
16:9 Screen Size
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
90"
194x121
483 - 743
-20 - +141
16:10 Screen Size
56"
124x70
304 - 470
-17 - +87
100"
215x135
538 - 826
-22 - +157
60"
133x75
326 - 505
-18 - +93
120"
258x162
648 - 994
-27 - +188
70"
155x87
383 - 591
-21 - +108
150"
323x202
813 - 1246
-34 - +236
80"
177x100
440 - 677
-24 - +124
200"
431x269
1089 - 1666
-45 - +314
90"
199x112
496 - 764
-27 - +139
250"
538x337
1365 - 2086
-56 - +393
100"
221x125
553 - 850
-30 - +155
300"
646x404
1640 - 2506
-67 - +471
120"
266x149
666 - 1022
-36 - +185
350"
754x471
1916 - 2926
-79 - +550
150"
332x187
836 - 1281
-45 - +232
400"
862x538
2191 - 3346
-90 - +628
200"
443x249
1120 - 1713
-60 - +309
450"
969x606
2467 - 3765
-101 - +707
250"
553x311
1403 - 2144
-75 - +386
471"
1014x634
2583 - 3942
-106 - +740
300"
664x374
1686 - 2576
-90 - +464
350"
775x436
1969 - 3007
-105 - +541
400"
886x498
2253 - 3439
-120 - +618
450"
996x560
2536 - 3870
-135 - +695
458"
1014x570
2581 - 3939
-137 - +708
Unit: cm
16:10 Screen Size
Middle throw zoom lens ELPLM07
Unit: cm
4:3 Screen Size
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
60"
122x91
433 - 670
-5 - +97
A
B
70"
142x107
509 - 786
-6 - +113
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
80"
163x122
585 - 901
-7 - +129
90"
183x137
661 - 1017
-8 - +145
100"
203x152
738 - 1133
-8 - +161
120"
244x183
890 - 1364
-10 - +193
150"
305x229
1118 - 1711
-13 - +241
200"
406x305
1499 - 2289
-17 - +322
57"
123x77
301 - 465
-13 - +90
60"
130x81
317 - 491
-13 - +94
70"
151x94
372 - 575
-16 - +110
80"
172x108
428 - 659
-18 - +126
Screen Size and Projection Distance
A
4:3 Screen Size
215
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
250"
508x381
1880 - 2867
-21 - +402
300"
610x457
2261 - 3445
-25 - +483
350"
711x533
2642 - 4023
-30 - +563
400"
813x610
3023 - 4601
-34 - +643
450"
914x686
3404 - 5180
-38 - +724
500"
1016x762
3784 - 5758
-42 - +804
Unit: cm
16:9 Screen Size
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
16:9 Screen Size
458"
1014x570
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
3777 - 5746
-137 - +708
Unit: cm
16:10 Screen Size
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
57"
123x77
436 - 675
-13 - +90
60"
130x81
460 - 712
-13 - +94
70"
151x94
541 - 834
-16 - +110
80"
172x108
622 - 957
-18 - +126
90"
194x121
703 - 1079
-20 - +141
56"
124x70
441 - 682
-17 - +87
100"
215x135
783 - 1202
-22 - +157
60"
133x75
474 - 732
-18 - +93
120"
258x162
945 - 1447
-27 - +188
70"
155x87
557 - 858
-21 - +108
150"
323x202
1187 - 1815
-34 - +236
80"
177x100
640 - 984
-24 - +124
200"
431x269
1591 - 2428
-45 - +314
90"
199x112
723 - 1110
-27 - +139
250"
538x337
1994 - 3040
-56 - +393
100"
221x125
806 - 1236
-30 - +155
300"
646x404
2398 - 3653
-67 - +471
120"
266x149
972 - 1488
-36 - +185
350"
754x471
2802 - 4266
-79 - +550
150"
332x187
1221 - 1866
-45 - +232
400"
862x538
3206 - 4879
-90 - +628
200"
443x249
1636 - 2496
-60 - +309
450"
969x606
3609 - 5492
-101 - +707
250"
553x311
2051 - 3126
-75 - +386
471"
1014x634
3779 - 5749
-106 - +740
300"
664x374
2465 - 3755
-90 - +464
350"
775x436
2880 - 4385
-105 - +541
400"
886x498
3295 - 5015
-120 - +618
450"
996x560
3710 - 5645
-135 - +695
Screen Size and Projection Distance
216
Long throw zoom lens ELPLL07
Unit: cm
4:3 Screen Size
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
60"
122x91
647 - 918
-5 - +97
70"
142x107
760 - 1077
-6 - +113
80"
163x122
874 - 1235
-7 - +129
90"
183x137
987 - 1393
-8 - +145
100"
203x152
1100 - 1552
-8 - +161
120"
244x183
1326 - 1868
-10 - +193
150"
305x229
1666 - 2343
-13 - +241
200"
406x305
2232 - 3135
-17 - +322
250"
508x381
2799 - 3927
-21 - +402
300"
610x457
3365 - 4719
-25 - +483
350"
711x533
3931 - 5510
-30 - +563
400"
813x610
4497 - 6302
-34 - +643
450"
914x686
5063 - 7094
-38 - +724
500"
1016x762
5630 - 7886
-42 - +804
Unit: cm
16:9 Screen Size
16:9 Screen Size
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
90"
199x112
1078 - 1521
-27 - +139
100"
221x125
1201 - 1693
-30 - +155
120"
266x149
1448 - 2038
-36 - +185
150"
332x187
1818 - 2556
-45 - +232
200"
443x249
2435 - 3418
-60 - +309
250"
553x311
3052 - 4281
-75 - +386
300"
664x374
3669 - 5144
-90 - +464
350"
775x436
4286 - 6006
-105 - +541
400"
886x498
4902 - 6869
-120 - +618
450"
996x560
5519 - 7731
-135 - +695
458"
1014x570
5618 - 7869
-137 - +708
Unit: cm
16:10 Screen Size
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
57"
123x77
652 - 925
-13 - +90
60"
130x81
688 - 975
-13 - +94
A
B
70"
151x94
808 - 1143
-16 - +110
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
80"
172x108
928 - 1311
-18 - +126
90"
194x121
1048 - 1479
-20 - +141
100"
215x135
1168 - 1647
-22 - +157
120"
258x162
1408 - 1982
-27 - +188
150"
323x202
1768 - 2486
-34 - +236
200"
431x269
2368 - 3325
-45 - +314
56"
124x70
658 - 934
-17 - +87
60"
133x75
708 - 1003
-18 - +93
70"
155x87
831 - 1176
-21 - +108
80"
177x100
955 - 1348
-24 - +124
Screen Size and Projection Distance
16:10 Screen Size
217
A
B
Minimum (Wide) to
Maximum (Tele)
Vertical Lens Shift
Top to Bottom
250"
538x337
2968 - 4164
-56 - +393
300"
646x404
3569 - 5004
-67 - +471
350"
754x471
4169 - 5843
-79 - +550
400"
862x538
4769 - 6682
-90 - +628
450"
969x606
5369 - 7521
-101 - +707
471"
1014x634
5621 - 7874
-106 - +740
Supported Monitor Displays
218
Supported Resolutions
When the resolution resolution of the input signals is larger than the
projector's panel resolution, the image quality may decline.
Computer signals (analog RGB)
Signal
Refresh Rate (Hz)
Resolution (Dots)
MAC21"
75
1152x870
*1 Only compatible when Wide is selected as the Resolution in the
Configuration menu. (This is not available for EB-Z11005/EB-Z11000/EBZ9870.)
*2 EB-Z10005U/EB-Z10000U/EB-Z9875U/EB-Z9870U/EB-Z9750U only. Only
compatible when VESA CVTRB (Reduced Blanking) signals are being input.
Signal
Refresh Rate (Hz)
Resolution (Dots)
VGA
60/72/75/85
640x480
SVGA
56/60/72/75/85
800x600
XGA
60/70/75/85
1024x768
WXGA
60
1280x768
60
1366x768
60/75/85
1280x800
WXGA+
60/75/85
1440x900
WXGA++
60
1600x900
SXGA
70/75/85
1152x864
60/75/85
1280x1024
60/75/85
1280x960
SXGA+
60/75
1400x1050
WSXGA+*1
60
1680x1050
UXGA
60
1600x1200
WUXGA*2
60
1920x1200
MAC13"
67
640x480
Signal
Refresh Rate (Hz)
Resolution (Dots)
MAC16"
75
832x624
TV (NTSC)
60
720x480
MAC19"
75
1024x768
TV (SECAM)
50
720x576
59
1024x768
TV (PAL)
50/60
720x576
Even when signals other than those mentioned above are input, it is likely that the
image can be projected. However, not all functions may be supported.
Component video
*
Signal
Refresh Rate (Hz)
Resolution (Dots)
SDTV (480i)
60
720x480
SDTV (576i)
50
720x576
SDTV (480p)
60
720x480
SDTV (576p)
50
720x576
HDTV (720p)
50/60
1280x720
HDTV (1080i)
50/60
1920x1080
HDTV (1080p)*
50/60
1920x1080
Only for the input signals from the Computer input port.
Composite video
Supported Monitor Displays
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Input Signals from the DVI-D input port, HDMI input port, and
HDBaseT port*1.
Signal
Refresh Rate (Hz)
Resolution (Dots)
VGA
60
640x480
SVGA
60
800x600
XGA
60
1024x768
WXGA
60
1280x800
60
1366x768
WXGA+
60
1440x900
WXGA++
60
1600x900
WSXGA+*2
60
1680x1050
60
1280x960
60
1280x1024
SXGA+
60
1400x1050
UXGA
60
1600x1200
WUXGA*3
60
1920x1200
SDTV (480i)
60
720x480
SDTV (576i)
50
720x576
SDTV (480p)
60
720x480
SDTV (576p)
50
720x576
HDTV (720p)
50/60
1280x720
HDTV (1080i)
50/60
1920x1080
HDTV (1080p)
24/30/50/60
1920x1080
SXGA
*1 When an HDMI connection is made using the optional HDBaseT Transmitter.
*2 This is not available for EB-Z11005/EB-Z11000/EB-Z9870.
*3 Only compatible when VESA CVT-RB (Reduced Blanking) signals are being
input.
Input Signals from SDI Input Port
(For EB-Z10005U/EB-Z10000U/EB-Z9875U/EB-Z9870U only)
Signal
Refresh
Rate (Hz)
Resolution
(Dots)
SDTV
(480i)
60
720x480
SDTV
(576i)
50
720x576
HDTV
(720p)
50/60
1280x720
HDTV
(1080i)
50i/60i
1920x1080
HDTV
(1080p)
24p/25p/30p
1920x1080
HDTV
(1080p)
50p/60p
1920x1080
Mode
Color
Space
Number
of Bits
Level
SD-SDI
HD-SDI
3G-SDI
YPbPr
4:2:2
10 bits
A
Specifications
220
Projector General Specifications
Product name
EB-Z10005U
EB-Z10000U
EB-Z9875U
EB-Z9870U
EB-Z9750U
2,304,000
WUXGA (1920 (W) x 1200 (H) dots) x 3
EB-Z9870
1.06"
1,024,000
WXGA (1280 (W) x 800 (H) dots) x 3
786,432
XGA (1024 (W) x 768 (H) dots) x
3
Automatic
Focus adjustment
Automatic (1-1.61)
Zoom adjustment *1
Power
EB-Z11005
EB-Z11000
Polysilicon TFT active matrix
Display method
Lamp
EB-Z9800W
1.03" Wide
LCD panel size
Lens shift *2
EB-Z9900W
534 (W) x 197 (H) x 741 (D) mm (not including raised section)
Dimensions
Resolution
EB-Z11000W
Automatic (Maximum vertical direction of approx. 60%, Maximum horizontal direction of approx. 18%)
Automatic (Maximum vertical
direction of approx. 56%*3,
Maximum horizontal direction of
approx. 19%)
Normal
UHE lamp, 380W Model No.: ELPLP81 (one pack)/ELPLP82 (two packs)
For por‐
trait use
UHE lamp, 304W Model No.: ELPLP83 (one pack)/ELPLP84 (two packs)
100 - 240 V
AC ±10%
50/60 Hz
11.2 - 4.9 A
100 - 240 V
AC ±10%
50/60 Hz
10.0 - 4.4 A
100 - 240 V
AC ±10%
50/60 Hz
8.5 - 3.8 A
100 - 240 V
AC ±10%
50/60 Hz
11.2 - 4.9V
100 - 240 V
AC ±10%
50/60 Hz
10.0 - 4.4A
100 - 240 V
AC ±10%
50/60 Hz
8.5 - 3.8A
100 - 240 V
AC ±10%
50/60 Hz
11.2 - 4.9A
100 - 240 V
AC ±10%
50/60 Hz
8.5 - 3.8A
Specifications
Power
con‐
sump‐
tion
221
100 120V
Area
Operating: 1120 Operating: 995 Operating: 844 Operating: 1120 Operating: 995 Operating: 844 Operating: 1120 Operating: 844
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
Standby power Standby power Standby power Standby power Standby power Standby power Standby power Standby power
consumption
consumption
consumption
consumption
consumption
consumption
consumption
consumption
(Communica‐
(Communica‐
(Communica‐
(Communica‐
(Communica‐
(Communica‐
(Communica‐
(Communica‐
tion On): 2.7 W tion On): 2.7 W tion On): 2.7 W tion On): 2.7 W tion On): 2.7 W tion On): 2.7 W tion On): 2.7 W tion On): 2.7 W
Standby power Standby power Standby power Standby power Standby power Standby power Standby power Standby power
consumption
consumption
consumption
consumption
consumption
consumption
consumption
consumption
(Communica‐
(Communica‐
(Communica‐
(Communica‐
(Communica‐
(Communica‐
(Communica‐
(Communica‐
tion Off): 0.26 tion Off): 0.26 tion Off): 0.26 tion Off): 0.26 tion Off): 0.26 tion Off): 0.26 tion Off): 0.26 tion Off): 0.26
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
220 240V
Area
Operating: 1060 Operating: 948 Operating: 809 Operating: 1060 Operating: 948 Operating: 809 Operating: 1060 Operating: 809
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
Standby power Standby power Standby power Standby power Standby power Standby power Standby power Standby power
consumption
consumption
consumption
consumption
consumption
consumption
consumption
consumption
(Communica‐
(Communica‐
(Communica‐
(Communica‐
(Communica‐
(Communica‐
(Communica‐
(Communica‐
tion On): 2.9 W tion On): 2.9 W tion On): 2.9 W tion On): 2.9 W tion On): 2.9 W tion On): 2.9 W tion On): 2.9 W tion On): 2.9 W
Standby power Standby power Standby power Standby power Standby power Standby power Standby power Standby power
consumption
consumption
consumption
consumption
consumption
consumption
consumption
consumption
(Communica‐
(Communica‐
(Communica‐
(Communica‐
(Communica‐
(Communica‐
(Communica‐
(Communica‐
tion Off): 0.37 tion Off): 0.37 tion Off): 0.37 tion Off): 0.37 tion Off): 0.37 tion Off): 0.37 tion Off): 0.37 tion Off): 0.37
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
Altitude 0 to 3,048 m
Operating altitude
Operating
temperature
0 to +50˚C*4 (No condensation)
Storage temperature
-10 to +60˚C (No condensation)
Mass
*1
*2
*3
*4
Approx. 26 kg
Approx. 25 kg
Approx. 26 kg
Approx. 25 kg
Approx. 26 kg
Approx. 25 kg
The specifications are when a standard zoom lens ELPLS04 is attached.
The rear short throw zoom lens ELPLR04 does not support lens shift.
When using a short throw zoom lens ELPLU02, if you move it more than 50%, part of the screen cannot be displayed correctly.
At an altitude of 0 to 1,499 m, the operating temperature is 0 to +50˚C when Power Consumption is set to ECO or Temp Interlock, and 0 to +45˚C when it is set to
Normal.
At an altitude of 1,500 to 3,048 m, the operating temperature is 0 to +45˚C when Power Consumption is set to ECO or Temp Interlock, and 0 to +40˚C when it is set to
Normal.
Specifications
222
EB-Z10005U
EB-Z10000U
Product name
Connec‐
tors
*
EB-Z9875U
EB-Z9870U
EB-Z9750U
EB-Z11000W
EB-Z9900W
EB-Z9800W
Computer input
port
1
Mini D-Sub15-pin (female) blue
BNC input port
1
5BNC (female)
HDMI input port
1
HDMI HDCP compatible
S-Video input port
1
Mini DIN 4-pin
Video input port
1
1BNC (female)
Monitor Out port
1
Mini D-Sub15-pin (female) black
DVI-D input port
1
DVI-D 24pin Single link HDCP compatible
HDBaseT port
1
RJ-45
LAN port
1
RJ-45
SDI input port
1
Service port *
1
USB connector (Type B)
RS-232C port
1
Mini D-Sub 9-pin (male)
Remote port
1
Stereo mini jack (3.5Ф)
USB port (Only for
wireless LAN unit) *
1
1BNC (female)
-
USB connector (Type A)
USB 2.0 is supported. However, USB ports are not guaranteed to operate all devices that support USB.
This product is also designed for IT power distribution system with phase-to-phase voltage 230V.
EB-Z11005
EB-Z11000
EB-Z9870
Specifications
223
DECLARATION of CONFORMITY
According to 47CFR, Part 2 and 15
Class B Personal Computers and Peripherals; and/or
CPU Boards and Power Supplies used with Class B Personal Computers
We:
Located at:
Tel:
Epson America, Inc.
3840 Kilroy Airport Way
MS: 3-13
Long Beach, CA 90806
562-981-3840
Declare under sole responsibility that the product identified herein,
complies with 47CFR Part 2 and 15 of the FCC rules as a Class B digital
device. Each product marketed, is identical to the representative unit tested
and found to be compliant with the standards. Records maintained continue
to reflect the equipment being produced can be expected to be within the
variation accepted, due to quantity production and testing on a statistical
basis as required by 47CFR 2.909. 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.
Trade Name:
EPSON
Type of Product:
LCD Projector
Model:
H606C/H607C/H608C/H609C/H610C/H611C/
H615C/H616C
FCC Compliance Statement
For United States Users
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits
are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause interference to radio
and television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures.
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
WARNING
The connection of a non-shielded equipment interface cable to this
equipment will invalidate the FCC Certification or Declaration of this
device and may cause interference levels which exceed the limits established
by the FCC for this equipment. It is the responsibility of the user to obtain
and use a shielded equipment interface cable with this device. If this
equipment has more than one interface connector, do not leave cables
connected to unused interfaces. Changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the manufacturer could void the user's authority to operate the
equipment.
Specifications
224
FCC Statement for Verification
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.
Appearance
A
B
225
Center of lens
Distance from center of lens to suspension bracket fixing point
Units: mm
Glossary
226
This section briefly explains the difficult terms that are not explained in the text of this guide. For details, refer to other commercially available publications.
Ad hoc mode
A method of wireless LAN connection that communicates with wireless LAN clients without using an access point.
AMX Device Discovery
AMX Device Discovery is a technology developed by AMX to facilitate AMX control systems for easy operation of the target equipment.
Epson have implemented this protocol technology, and have provided a setting to enable the protocol function (ON).
See the AMX Web site for more details.
URL http://www.amx.com/
Aspect Ratio
The ratio between an image's length and its height. Screens with a horizontal:vertical ratio of 16:9, such as HDTV screens, are known as wide screens.
SDTV and general computer displays have an aspect ratio of 4:3.
Component video
A method that separates the image signal into a luminance component (Y), and a blue minus luminance (Cb or Pb) and a red minus luminance (Cr or
Pr).
Composite video
A method that combines the image signal into a luminance component and a color component for transmission down a single cable.
Contrast
The relative brightness of the light and dark areas of an image can be increased or decreased to make text and graphics stand out more clearly, or to
make them appear softer. Adjusting this particular property of an image is called contrast adjustment.
DHCP
An abbreviation of Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, this protocol automatically assigns an IP addressg to equipment connected to a network.
DICOM
An acronym for Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine. An international standard that defines image standards and a communications
protocol for medical images.
Gateway Address
This is a server (router) for communicating across a network (subnet) divided according to subnet maskg.
HDBaseT
The connection standard for consumer electronics determined by the HDBaseT Alliance. Communicates various control signals such as
uncompressed HD video, audio and 100BASE-TX Ethernet using a LAN cable.
HDCP
HDCP is an abbreviation for High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection. It is used to prevent illegal copying and protect copyrights by encrypting
digital signals sent over DVI and HDMI ports. Because the HDMI port on this projector supports HDCP, it can project digital images protected by
HDCP technology. However, the projector may not be able to project images protected with updated or revised versions of HDCP encryption.
HDTV
An abbreviation for High-Definition Television that refers to high-definition systems which satisfy the following conditions.
• Vertical resolution of 720p or 1080i or greater (p = Progressiveg, i = Interlaceg)
• Screen aspect ratiog of 16:9
Infrastructure mode
A method for wireless LAN connection in which devices communicate through access points.
Interlace
Transmits information needed to create one screen by sending every other line, starting from the top of the image and working down to the bottom.
Images are more likely to flicker because one frame is displayed every other line.
IP Address
A number to identify a computer connected to a network.
Glossary
227
Progressive
Projects information to create one screen at a time, displaying the image for one frame. Even though the number of scan lines is the same, the amount
of flicker in images decreases because the volume of information has doubled compared with an interlace system.
Refresh Rate
The light-emitting element of a display maintains the same luminosity and color for an extremely short time. Because of this, the image must be
scanned many times per second to refresh the light-emitting element. The number of refresh operations per second is called the Refresh rate and is
expressed in hertz (Hz).
SDI
An abbreviation for Serial Digital Interface. The projector is compatible with SD-SDI (Standard Definition), HD-SDI (High Definition), and 3G-SDI
(3G Definition) methods.
SDTV
An abbreviation for Standard Definition Television that refers to standard television systems which do not satisfy the conditions for HDTVg HighDefinition Television.
SNMP
An abbreviation for Simple Network Management Protocol, which is the protocol for monitoring and controlling devices such as routers and
computers connected to a TCP/IP network.
sRGB
An international standard for color intervals that was formulated so that colors that are reproduced by video equipment can be handled easily by
computer operating systems (OS) and the Internet. If the connected source has an sRGB mode, set both the projector and the connected signal source
to sRGB.
SSID
SSID is identification data for connecting to another device on a wireless LAN. Wireless communication is possible between devices with the same
SSID.
Subnet Mask
This is a numerical value that defines the number of bits used for the network address on a divided network (subnet) from the IP address.
Sync.
The signals output from computers have a specific frequency. If the projector frequency does not match this frequency, the resulting images are not of
a good quality. The process of matching the phases of these signals (the relative position of the crests and the troughs in the signal) is called
Synchronization. If the signals are not synchronized, flickering, blurriness, and horizontal interference occur.
Tracking
The signals output from computers have a specific frequency. If the projector frequency does not match this frequency, the resulting images are not of
a good quality. The process of matching the frequency of these signals (the number of crests in the signal) is called Tracking. If Tracking is not carried
out correctly, wide vertical stripes appear in the signal.
Trap IP Address
This is the IP addressg for the destination computer used for error notification in SNMP.
General Notes
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Epson Corporation. No patent liability is assumed with respect to the use of the
information contained herein. Neither is any liability assumed for damages resulting
from the use of the information contained herein.
Neither Seiko Epson Corporation nor its affiliates shall be liable to the purchaser of this
product or third parties for damages, losses, costs, or expenses incurred by the
purchaser or third parties as a result of: accident, misuse, or abuse of this product or
unauthorized modifications, repairs, or alterations to this product, or (excluding the
U.S.) failure to strictly comply with Seiko Epson Corporation's operating and
maintenance instructions.
Seiko Epson Corporation shall not be liable against any damages or problems arising
from the use of any options or any consumable products other than those designated as
Original Epson Products or Epson Approved Products by Seiko Epson Corporation.
The contents of this guide may be changed or updated without further notice.
Illustrations in this guide and the actual projector may differ.
Restriction of Use
When this product is used for applications requiring high reliability/safety such as
transportation devices related to aviation, rail, marine, automotive etc.; disaster
prevention devices; various safety devices etc; or functional/precision devices etc, you
should use this product only after giving consideration to including fail-safes and
redundancies into your design to maintain safety and total system reliability. Because
this product was not intended for use in applications requiring extremely high
reliability/safety such as aerospace equipment, main communication equipment,
nuclear power control equipment, or medical equipment related to direct medical care
etc, please make your own judgment on this product’s suitability after a full evaluation.
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About Notations
Microsoft
Microsoft
Microsoft
Microsoft
Microsoft
Microsoft
® Windows
® 2000 operating system
Windows XP operating system
® Windows®Vista operating system
® Windows 7 operating
®
® Windows® 8 operating system
® Windows® 8.1 operatingsystem
system
®
®
In this guide, the operating systems above are referred to as "Windows
2000", "Windows XP", "Windows Vista", "Windows 7", "Windows 8", and
"Windows 8.1". Furthermore, the collective term Windows may be used to
refer to Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7,
Windows 8, and Windows 8.1, and multiple versions of Windows may be
referred to as, for example, Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8/8.1, with the
Windows notation omitted.
General Notes
229
Mac OS X 10.3.x
Mac OS X 10.4.x
Mac OS X 10.5.x
Mac OS X 10.6.x
OS X 10.7.x
OS X 10.8.x
OS X 10.9.x
In this
10.3.x",
10.7.x",
"OS X"
guide, the operating systems above are referred to as "Mac OS X
"Mac OS X 10.4.x", "Mac OS X 10.5.x", "Mac OS X 10.6.x", "OS X
"OS X 10.8.x", and "OS X 10.9.x". Furthermore, the collective term
is used to refer to them all.
Trademarks and Copyrights
EPSON and ELPLP are trademarks or registered trademarks of the SEIKO EPSON
CORPORATION.
Mac and OSX are trademarks of Apple Inc.
Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista, PowerPoint, and Windows logo are trademarks
or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other
countries.
™
™
WPA and WPA2 are registered trademarks of Wi-Fi Alliance.
HDMI and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are the trademarks or registered
trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.
PJLink is a trademark or registered trademark in Japan, the United States and/or other
countries and areas.
HDBaseT and the HDBaseT Alliance logo are trademarks of the HDBaseT Alliance.
Other product names used herein are for identification purposes only and may be
trademarks of their respective owners. Epson disclaims any and all rights in those marks.
™
Crestron and Crestron RoomView are registered trademarks of Crestron Electronics,
Inc.
Extron and XTP are registered trademarks of Extron Electronics.
®
®
©SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION 2014. All rights reserved.
Index
230
Channel ....................................................... 130
Cleaning ...................................................... 172
Cleaning the Air Filter .............................. 172
Cleaning the Projector's Surface .............. 172
Color Matching .......................................... 126
Color Mode .................................. 70, 117, 126
Color Saturation ........................................ 117
Color Temp. ............................................... 118
Color Uniformity ...................... 123, 126, 183
Computer Input Port .................................. 17
Configuration Menu ................................. 114
Connection Mode ...................................... 130
Consumables .............................................. 199
Contrast ...................................................... 117
Control Panel ......................................... 15, 18
Control Panel Lock ........................... 110, 121
Corner Wall .......................................... 67, 121
Crestron RoomView ................................. 193
Curved Surface ..................................... 63, 121
3
3D Images ..................................................... 78
3D Setup ...................................................... 119
A
A/V Settings ............................................... 125
Advanced ............................................ 118, 124
Air Exhaust Vent ......................................... 15
Air Filter Notice ......................................... 123
Air Filter Replacement Period ................. 179
Air Intake Vent ............................................ 14
Aspect .................................................... 72, 120
Auto ............................................................... 18
Auto Iris ................................................ 71, 118
Auto Power On .......................................... 124
Auto Setup .................................................. 119
B
Basic Menu ................................................. 129
Batch Setup Function .................................. 49
Beep ............................................................. 124
Black Level .................................................. 126
BNC Input Port ............................................ 16
BNC Sync Termination ............................ 124
Brightness ............................................. 76, 117
Brightness Level ......................................... 126
C
Cable Holder ................................................
Cable Wiring Slot ........................................
Ceiling Mount Fixing Points ......................
Change Input ................................................
17
14
15
18
D
E
EasyMP Monitor ....................................... 186
Edge Blending ...................................... 81, 126
Email Address ............................................ 134
Esc .................................................................. 19
ESC/VP21 ................................................... 191
Event ID .............................................. 137, 170
Extended Menu .......................................... 122
E-Zoom ......................................................... 95
F
Filter Indicator ................................... 141, 172
Focus ....................................................... 19, 37
Frame Interpolation ............................ 78, 119
Freeze ............................................................. 95
Front ............................................................ 123
Front Feet ............................................... 14, 16
Full Lock ..................................................... 110
G
Date & Time ....................................... 100, 125
DICOM SIM ................................................. 70
Direct Power On ........................................ 124
Direction ............................................... 30, 123
Display ........................................................ 123
Display Background .................................. 123
Distance ...................................................... 200
Document Camera .................................... 198
DVI-D Port ................................................... 17
Dynamic ........................................................ 70
Gamma .......................................................... 76
Gateway Address ............................... 131, 133
Geometric Correction ............................... 121
H
H/V-Keystone ...................................... 61, 121
Handles ......................................................... 14
HDBaseT ..................................................... 125
HDBaseT port .............................................. 18
HDBaseT Signal Quality ........................... 137
HDMI Input Port ........................................ 17
Help ............................................................. 140
Index
High Altitude Mode .................................. 124
How to Replace the Air Filter .................. 179
How to Replace the Lamp ........................ 176
Hue ................................................................ 76
231
Mail Menu .................................................. 134
Mail Notification ............................... 134, 187
Memory ................................................ 98, 122
Menu ............................................................. 19
Menu Position ............................................ 123
Message Broadcasting ............................... 186
Message Position ....................................... 123
Messages ..................................................... 123
Monitor displays ........................................ 218
Monitor Out Port ........................................ 17
Mosquito NR .............................................. 120
Multi-Projection .................................. 70, 126
Multi-Projection function .......................... 80
I
Image Menu ............................................... 117
Image Processing ....................................... 120
Indicators .................................................... 124
Info Menu ................................................... 136
Input Signal ........................................ 120, 136
Instant Off .................................................. 125
Interface Cover ...................................... 14, 28
Interface Cover Removal Button ............... 14
Interface Cover Removal Switch ............... 14
IP Address .......................................... 131, 134
IP Settings ........................................... 131, 133
N
Network Configuration ............................
Network Information ................................
Network Menu ...........................................
Noise Reduction ........................................
L
Lamp Cover .................................................. 15
Lamp Cover Open Lever ............................ 15
Lamp Hours ............................................... 137
Lamp Indicator .......................................... 141
Lamp Relay Mode ...................................... 102
Lamp Replacement Period ....................... 175
Lamp Select ................................................. 126
Lamp Status ................................................ 137
LAN Port ....................................................... 18
Language ..................................................... 126
Lens Operation Lock ........................ 111, 121
Lens Replacement Cover ...................... 14, 26
Lens Shift ................................................ 19, 35
Lens Type .................................................... 125
Password Protection ................................. 107
Photo ............................................................. 70
PJLink .......................................................... 192
PJLink Password ........................................ 129
Point Correction .................................. 65, 121
Polarizer ...................................................... 198
Port Number .............................................. 134
Position ....................................................... 119
Power Consumption ................................. 121
Power Indicator ......................................... 141
Power Inlet ................................................... 17
Power on Protection ................................. 107
Presentation .................................................. 70
Problem Solving ......................................... 160
Progressive .................................................. 119
Projection ............................................. 31, 123
Projection Distances ................................. 200
Projection Lens ...................................... 14, 26
Projector ID ......................................... 39, 126
Projector Keyword .................................... 129
Projector Name .......................................... 129
M
127
127
127
120
Q
O
Operating Temperature ............................ 221
Operation ........................................... 124, 125
Optional Accessories ................................. 198
Overheating ................................................ 143
Overscan ..................................................... 120
P
Panel Alignment ................................ 123, 181
Part Names and Functions ......................... 14
Passphrase ................................................... 132
Quick Corner ....................................... 62, 121
Quick Wireless Connection USB Key .... 198
R
Reading Error Notification Emails ......... 188
Rear .............................................................. 123
Rear Feet ................................................. 15, 16
Refresh Rate ................................................ 136
Remote Control ........................................... 20
Remote Control Button Lock .................. 111
Index
Remote Control ID ...................................... 40
Remote Control Type ............................... 124
Remote Port .................................................. 17
Remote Receiver ............................ 14, 15, 122
Replacing the Remote Control Batteries
.......................................................................... 23
Reset All ...................................................... 138
Reset Memory ............................................ 138
Reset Menu ......................................... 136, 138
Resetting the lamp hours .......................... 179
Resolution .......................................... 119, 136
RGBCMY .................................................... 126
RoomView .................................................. 194
RS-232C Port ................................................ 17
S
Saturation ...................................................... 76
Scale ..................................................... 120, 126
Scaled Images ............................................... 89
Schedule .............................................. 100, 101
Schedule Settings ....................................... 126
Screen .......................................................... 123
Screen Settings ............................................. 32
Screen Size ............................................ 92, 200
SDI Input Port .............................................. 16
Search ............................................................ 58
Search Access Point ................................... 131
Security ........................................................ 132
Security Menu ............................................ 132
Security Slot .................................................. 14
Selecting the Lamp ...................................... 31
Serial Number ............................................ 137
Service Port ................................................... 17
232
Settings Menu ............................................ 121
Sharpness .................................................... 118
Shutter ..................................................... 19, 94
Shutter Button ............................................ 124
Shutter Release ........................................... 124
Shutter Timer ............................................. 124
Signal Menu ................................................ 119
Sleep Mode ................................................. 124
Sleep Mode Timer ..................................... 124
SMTP Server ............................................... 134
SNMP .......................................................... 189
Soft Keyboard ............................................. 128
Source .................................................... 91, 136
Specifications ............................................. 220
Split Screen ........................................... 91, 121
Split Screen Setup ........................................ 91
Sports ............................................................. 70
sRGB .............................................................. 70
SSID ............................................................. 130
SSID Auto Setting ...................................... 130
SSID Display ............................................... 131
Standby Confirmation .............................. 123
Standby Mode ............................................ 125
Startup Screen ............................................ 123
Startup Source Search ............................... 124
Status ........................................................... 137
Status Indicator .......................................... 141
Status Indicators .......................................... 15
Status Monitor ..................................... 19, 150
Storage Temperature ................................. 221
Subnet Mask ....................................... 131, 133
Super-resolution ........................................ 120
Supported Monitor Displays .................... 218
S-Video Input Port ...................................... 17
Swap Screens ................................................ 92
Sync Info ..................................................... 137
Sync. ............................................................ 119
T
Target Scope ................................................. 96
Test Pattern .................................... 19, 34, 122
Theatre .......................................................... 70
Tint .............................................................. 118
Tracking ...................................................... 119
U
Upside Down ............................................. 123
User Button ................................................ 122
User's Logo ........................................... 96, 123
User's Logo Protection .............................. 107
V
Video Input Port .......................................... 16
Video Range ............................................... 120
Video Signal ....................................... 120, 136
W
Web Browser .............................................. 186
Web Control ............................................... 187
Web Control Password ............................. 129
Web Remote ............................................... 189
Wired LAN Menu ..................................... 133
Wireless LAN Menu .................................. 130
Wireless LAN Power ................................. 130
Wireless LAN Unit .............................. 47, 198
Wireless LAN Unit Port ............................. 17
Index
Z
Zoom ....................................................... 19, 37
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