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BrightLink 450Wi
Interactive Projector
User’s Guide
Important Safety Information
WARNING: Never look into the projector lens when the lamp is turned on; the bright light can damage your eyes.
Never let children look into the lens when it is on. Never open any cover on the projector, except the lamp and
filter covers. Dangerous electrical voltages inside the projector can severely injure you. Except as specifically
explained in this User’s Guide, do not attempt to service this product yourself. Refer all servicing to qualified service
personnel.
WARNING: The projector and its accessories come packaged in plastic bags. Keep plastic bags away from small
children to avoid any risk of suffocation.
Caution: When you replace the lamp, never touch the new lamp with your bare hands; the invisible residue left by
the oil on your hands may shorten the lamp life. Use a cloth or glove to handle the new lamp.
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Contents
Welcome . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Using Your Documentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Getting More Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Registration and Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Unpacking the Projector. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Unpacking the Mounting Hardware. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Projector Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Base . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Connection Panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Projector Control Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Interactive Pens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Remote Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Projector Dimensions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Additional Components. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Optional Accessories. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
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Connecting to Computers, USB Devices, and
Other Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Connecting to a Computer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Connecting to the VGA Computer Port . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Connecting to the USB Port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Connecting the USB Cable for the Interactive Pens
or Remote Mouse Control. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Connecting an External Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Connecting to Video Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Connecting a Composite Video Source . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Connecting an S-Video Source . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Connecting a Component Video Source . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Connecting an RGB Video Source. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
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Playing Sound Through the Projector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Playing Computer Audio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Playing Sound from Video Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Connecting a Microphone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Connecting External Speakers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Connecting a Document Camera or Other USB Device . . . 37
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Displaying and Adjusting the Image . . . . . . . . 39
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Using the Interactive Pens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
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Turning the Projector On and Off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Using the Direct Power On Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Shutting Down the Projector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Selecting an Image Source . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Adjusting the Image . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Focusing the Image . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Selecting the Color Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Resizing Video Images . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Using the Easy Interactive Pen Driver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Calibrating the Projector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Using the Pens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Using the Easy Interactive Tools for Windows . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Presenting With the Remote Control . . . . . . . . 59
Using the Remote Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Controlling the Picture and Sound. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Turning Off the Picture and Sound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Stopping Action. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Zooming In on Your Image . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Controlling the Volume. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Displaying Patterns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Assigning a Pattern to the User Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Creating Your Own Pattern . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Operating Your Computer With the Remote Control . . . . . 64
Highlighting Your Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Using the Pointer Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Customizing the Pointer Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Presenting a Slideshow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Starting a Slideshow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Selecting Slideshow Display Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
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Using the Projector Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Using the Menu System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
Restoring the Default Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Adjusting the Image . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Adjusting Signal Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
Customizing Projector Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Customizing Power and Operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Using the Projector Security Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
Enabling Password Protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
Creating Your Own Startup Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
Disabling the Projector’s Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
Using Security Locking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
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Using the Projector on a Network . . . . . . . . . . . 85
Connecting to a Wired Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
Installing the Optional Wireless LAN Module . . . . . . . . . . . 89
Using Quick Wireless Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
Configuring Basic Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
Configuring a Wireless Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
Configuring the Projector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
Selecting Wireless Network Settings in Windows. . . . . . 96
Selecting Wireless Network Settings in Mac OS. . . . . . . 96
Using Wireless Security Options. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
Enabling WEP Encryption. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
Enabling WPA Security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
Enabling Data Encryption from EasyMP
Network Projection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Using the EasyMP Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
Using Projector E-mail Alerts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
Using SNMP to Monitor the Projector. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
Using a Browser to Control the Projector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
Using Web Remote Control. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
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Maintaining the Projector. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
Cleaning the Projection Window . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110
Cleaning the Projector Case . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110
Cleaning the Air Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111
Replacing the Air Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111
Replacing the Lamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
Resetting the Lamp Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117
Checking Lamp Usage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117
Replacing the Pen Batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118
Replacing the Remote Control Batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
Transporting the Projector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120
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Solving Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121
Using On-Screen Help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
Checking Projector Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
What To Do When the Lights Flash . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
Solving Projector Operation Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125
Solving Problems With the Image or Sound . . . . . . . . . . . . 126
Solving Problems With the Interactive Pens . . . . . . . . . . . . 134
Solving Password Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136
Solving Network Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136
Solving Problems With the Remote Control . . . . . . . . . . . 139
Where To Get Help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140
Internet Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140
Speak to a Support Representative . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140
Software Technical Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141
Purchase Supplies and Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141
A
Technical Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143
B
Notices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149
Important Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149
FCC Compliance Statement. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152
Software Notices. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 181
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Welcome
The BrightLink
™
450Wi is an easy-to-use, ultra short-throw
projector that turns any wall into an interactive whiteboard. The
projector can be wall-mounted above a whiteboard or other surface
and project an image up to 96 inches (diagonal) in native WXGA
format. You can use the interactive pens to operate your computer or
write and draw on a virtual whiteboard.
The projector offers up to 2500 lumens of white and color light
output (brightness). You can connect it to a wide range of computers,
interactive whiteboards, and video sources. You can also project from
a document camera, USB storage device, or over your network. With
the optional wireless LAN module, you can project over a wireless
network.
The BrightLink 450Wi includes these additional features:
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Wall bracket (setting plate) and built-in slide plate for easy and
inexpensive wall mounting
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Battery-operated pens and software that turns any wall into an
interactive whiteboard
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8.5-second startup time and Instant Off ® feature for fast setup
and shut down
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Closed captioning
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10 watt speaker and microphone input
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USB display for easy setup of Windows® and Macintosh®
computers
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Using Your Documentation
This manual contains all the information you need to set up and use
your projector. Please follow these guidelines as you read through it:
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Warnings must be followed carefully to avoid bodily injury.
■
Cautions must be observed to avoid damage to your equipment.
■
Notes contain important information about your projector.
■
Tips contain additional projection hints.
Getting More Information
Need quick steps for setting up your projector? Here’s where you can
look for help:
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Installation Guide
Provides detailed instructions on installing the projector using the
wall mounting hardware included in the box.
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Quick Guide
Provides all the information you need to install the software, use
the interactive pens, and solve basic problems.
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EasyMP Network Projection Operation Guide
Provides detailed instructions on using your projector in a
network environment (PDF installed along with this manual from
the projector CD).
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EasyMP Monitor Operation Guide
Provides instructions on using the EasyMP Monitor software to
manage projectors on a network (PDF installed along with this
manual from the projector CD).
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Built-in help system
Provides assistance for common problems. Available from the
? Help button on the projector or the remote control. See
page 122 for details.
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epson.com/support
Download FAQs and e-mail your questions to Epson support.
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PrivateLine® support
If you still need help after checking this User’s Guide and the
sources listed in this section, you can use the Epson PrivateLine
Support service to get help fast. Call (800) 637-7661 and enter
the PIN on the PrivateLine card. Or take advantage of Epson’s
automated support services 24 hours a day. See page 140 for more
information.
Registration and Warranty
Your projector comes with a basic warranty that lets you project with
confidence. For details, see the warranty in the Quick Guide.
In addition, Epson offers free Extra Care Road Service. In the
unlikely event of an equipment failure, you won’t have to wait for
your unit to be repaired. Instead, Epson will ship you a replacement
unit anywhere in the United States or Canada. See the brochure
included with your projector for details.
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You can register using the included CD, or you can register online at
epson.com/webreg. Registering also lets you receive special updates on
new accessories, products, and service.
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Unpacking the Projector
After unpacking the projector, make sure you have all these parts:
BrightLink
450Wi CD
Epson Projector
Software for Meeting
and Monitoring CD
Projector
VGA computer cable
Epson Projector
Software for Easy
Interactive Function CD
Power cord
Remote control
2 AA batteries
(for remote control)
USB cable
4 AAA batteries
(for interactive pens)*
Security sticker
Interactive pens*
*Extra pen and battery set are included in the U.S. and Canada only.
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Unpacking the Mounting Hardware
After unpacking the setting plate and mounting hardware, make sure
you have all these parts:
End cap
Wall plate
Installation template
Wall mount (setting plate)
Hex wrenches
Wall plate cover
Bolts
See the Installation Guide for instructions on mounting the projector
on a wall. Save all packaging in case you need to ship the projector.
Always use the original packaging (or the equivalent) when you need
to send the projector to another location. See page 120 for
transportation instructions.
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Projector Parts
Speaker
Control panel
Remote
receiver
Cable
cover
Air exhaust
vent
Lamp
cover
Lamp cover
screw
Air filter cover
Kensington
security slot
Filter cover
switch
Air
filter
Security
cable
attachment
Focus
lever
Wireless LAN
module slot
Remote
control
receiver
Projection
window
Interactive pen receiver
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Base
Wall mounting
slide plate
Security
cable
attachment
Connection Panel
Video port
S-Video
port
AC power inlet
Computer1
input and
Microphone
audio jack
jack
Audio out port
Audio in
ports
RS-232C
port
Monitor
out port
USB
(TypeA)
port
USB
(TypeB) port
LAN
port
Computer2 input
and audio jack
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Projector Control Panel
Keystone button
(corrects screen shape)
Menu button
(displays
projector menus)
Source Search button
(searches for connected
video sources)
Esc button
(exits menu
items)
Power
light
Help
button
Power
button
Wide button
(increases
image size
Lamp and
Temperature
warning lights
Keystone button
(corrects screen
shape)
Tele button
(decreases
image size)
Enter button
(selects
menu items)
Interactive Pens
Battery
compartment
cover
Battery
indicator
Button
Attachment
for strap or
cord (not
included)
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Remote Control
Source Search and
Source buttons
(select image source)
Power button
A/V Mute button (turns
off image and audio)
Auto button (adjusts
image size and position)
Aspect button
(changes screen size)
Page Up/Down buttons
®
(control PowerPoint
slides; USB cable required)
E-Zoom +/– buttons
(zoom into image)
Menu button
(accesses
projector menus)
Freeze button
(stops image)
User button (lets you
assign function)
Color Mode button
(changes display
mode)
Num button (activates
number buttons)
Pointer button
(activates pointer tool)
Esc button
(exits menus)
Menu navigation
(arrow) buttons
and Enter button
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Projector Dimensions
Use the dimensions below to guide you in placing or installing the
projector.
With slide plate
0.33 in. (8.3 mm)
0.22 in. (5.5 mm)
6.7 in.
(170 mm)
14.5 in.
(369 mm)
11.5 in. (292 mm)
19.0 in. (483 mm)
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7.0 in.
(177 mm)
Without slide plate
0.91 in. (23 mm)
6.1 in.
(155 mm)
14.5 in.
(369 mm)
Mounting
screw holes
4.2 in.
(107 mm)
6.7 in.
(170 mm)
14.5 in.
(369 mm)
3.6 in.
(92 mm)
6.2 in. (157 mm)
6.3 in. (160 mm)
6.5 in. (166 mm)
19.0 in. (483 mm)
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Additional Components
Depending on how you plan to use the projector, you may need
additional components:
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To receive a component video signal from a DVD player or other
video device, you’ll need a component-to-VGA video cable. One
may be included with your video equipment, or you can purchase
the ELPKC19 cable from Epson. See “Optional Accessories”
below.
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To receive an S-Video signal, you’ll need an S-Video cable. One
may be included with your video equipment, or you can purchase
one from Epson. See “Optional Accessories” below.
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To receive an audio signal, you’ll need an RCA-type audio cable
with two male plugs, or a stereo mini-jack audio adapter cable
(with red and white jacks on one end).
Optional Accessories
To enhance your use of the projector, Epson offers the following
optional accessories:
Product
Part number
Additional interactive pen
V12H387001
Replacement lamp
V13H010L57
Replacement air filter set
V13H134A27
Wireless LAN module*
V12H306P11
Quick Wireless Connection USB key
V12H005M05
Kensington security lock
ELPSL01
DC-06 document camera (ELPDC06)
DC-10s document camera
V12H321001
ELPDC10S
Component-to-VGA video cable
S-Video cable
ELPKC19
ELPSV01
* Requires USB cable for interactive use.
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You can purchase accessories from an Epson authorized reseller. To
find the nearest reseller, call 800-GO-EPSON (800-463-7766). Or
you can purchase online at www.epsonstore.com (U.S. sales) or
www.epson.ca (Canadian sales).
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Connecting to Computers,
USB Devices, and Other
Equipment
T
his chapter tells you how to connect the projector to a notebook or
desktop computer or to video equipment, such as a VCR, DVD
player, or video camera.
You can also connect the projector to a USB storage device or
document camera.
Follow the instructions in this chapter on:
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Connecting to a computer
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Connecting an external monitor
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Connecting to video equipment
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Playing sound through the projector
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Connecting to a document camera or other USB device
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Connecting to a Computer
You can connect the projector to any computer that has a standard
video output (monitor) port. This connection is recommended for use
with the interactive pens. See the next section for instructions.
note
If you have an iBook with
an RCA video-out port,
follow the instructions for
connecting to a video device
on page 29.
You can also connect the projector to a computer using the projector’s
TypeB
(square) USB port, including desktop models,
PC notebook computers, Macintosh PowerBook® and iBook®
computers, and other devices.
To play sound through the projector, connect an audio cable (see
page 33).
You may be able to use your remote control as a wireless mouse when
projecting from a computer (see page 64).
Connecting to the VGA Computer Port
You can connect to the projector using the VGA computer cable that
came with it (the monitor port on your computer must be a D-sub
15-pin port).This is the best type of connection for use with the
interactive pens.
1. Connect one end of the VGA computer cable to the projector’s
Computer1 or Computer2 port and the other end to your
computer’s monitor port.
Computer1 port
caution
Don’t try to force a
connector to fit a port with a
different shape or number of
pins. You may damage the
port or connector, or the
device you are trying to
connect.
Computer2 port
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Connecting to Computers, USB Devices, and Other Equipment
2. You may need to change the Input Signal setting in the
projector’s Signal menu to RGB or Auto (see page 74).
3. You can connect an optional stereo mini-jack audio cable to play
sound through the projector (see page 33) or connect a
microphone (see page 35).
4. You may also be able to use the remote control as a wireless mouse
(see page 64).
When you’ve finished making connections, see page 40 for
instructions on turning on the projector and page 43 for instructions
on displaying and adjusting the image. For instructions on using the
interactive pens, see page 47.
Connecting to the USB Port
You can connect a Windows or Macintosh computer to the
projector’s TypeB
(square) USB port and project your
computer’s display. This feature supports the following operating
systems: 32-bit versions of Windows 7, Windows Vista®, Windows
XP, Windows 2000 (SP4), or Mac OS® 10.5.1 or later.
A USB 2.0 connection (recommended) provides better picture quality
and response than USB 1.1.
The first time you connect a computer to the projector’s USB port,
software from the projector is installed on your computer.
1. Follow the instructions beginning on page 40 to turn on the
projector.
2. Make sure the USB Type B setting on the Extended menu is set
to USB Display (see page 77).
3. Turn on your computer.
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4. Connect the square end of the USB cable to the projector’s
TypeB
(square) USB port.
5. Connect the flat end of the cable to any available USB port on
your notebook or desktop computer.
Messages appear on your computer screen as the projector is
recognized and the software is installed automatically.
6. In Windows, if the AutoPlay window appears, click
EMP UDs.exe.
On Mac OS, double-click the USB Display Installer icon to
install the software.
note
If the software does not
install automatically, you
can install it manually. See
page 125 for instructions.
7. Follow the instructions on the screen to install the Epson USB
Display software. If you see a “Digital Signature Warning,” select
Continue or Continue Anyway. (You see these instructions only
the first time you connect.)
After the software is installed, you see your computer’s current
desktop displayed by the projector. You can switch the projector
to other image sources using the Source Search button on the
remote control or the projector.
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8. You can connect an optional audio cable if you want to play
sound through the projector (see page 33).
When you’ve finished making connections, see page 43 for
instructions on displaying and adjusting the image.
9. When you’re done projecting, do one of the following:
Windows: simply disconnect the USB cable.
Mac OS: click the USB Display icon on the Dock and drag it to
the trash, then remove the USB cable.
Connecting the USB Cable for the Interactive
Pens or Remote Mouse Control
In order to use the interactive pens, you must connect the USB cable
to the projector and your computer.
Connecting the USB cable also lets you use the projector’s remote
control as a wireless mouse. You can control your computer and click
through slideshow-style presentations, such as PowerPoint, from up to
19.7 feet (6 meters) away (see page 64 for more information).
1. Connect the square end of the USB cable to the projector’s
TypeB
(square) USB port.
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2. Connect the flat end of the cable to any available USB port on
your notebook or desktop computer. A USB 2.0 port is
recommended for the best performance.
3. Set the USB Type B setting in the projector’s Extended menu to
Wireless Mouse (see page 78).
4. Press the Computer button on the remote control to select your
computer as the source. (The wireless mouse function doesn’t
work when other sources are selected.)
5. If necessary, configure your computer to work with a USB mouse.
See your computer documentation for details.
note
Some LCD monitors may
not be able to display the
image correctly. If you have
trouble displaying the
image, connect a multiscan
monitor. If you’re projecting
computer images, make sure
the computer’s refresh rate is
set to 65 Hz or greater.
The projector must be
turned on for the Monitor
Out port to send a signal to
the monitor (though it may
be in standby mode). Make
sure Standby Mode is set to
Communication On in
the Extended menu. See
page 77.
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Connecting an External Monitor
If you want to view your computer presentation close-up (on a
monitor) as well as on the screen, you can connect an external
monitor. You can use it to check on your presentation even if you’ve
pressed the A/V Mute button or switched to a different picture source.
Only computer images will appear on the external monitor, not video
images.
First make sure your computer’s VGA cable is connected to the
projector’s Computer1 port (see page 27). Then connect your
monitor to the projector’s Monitor Out port, as shown:
Connecting to Computers, USB Devices, and Other Equipment
Connecting to Video Equipment
You can connect several video sources to the projector at the same
time. Before starting, look at your video equipment to determine its
available video output connections:
■
If your video player has a yellow RCA video output connector, see
“Connecting a Composite Video Source” on page 29.
■
If your video player has an S-Video connector, see “Connecting
an S-Video Source” on page 30.
■
If your video player has a component video port (three connectors
labeled either Y/Cb/Cr or Y/Pb/Pr), see “Connecting a
Component Video Source” on page 31.
■
If your video player has an RGB video port, see “Connecting an
RGB Video Source” on page 32.
After connecting video cables, you may also want to connect an
optional audio cable to play sound through the projector; see page 33.
Connecting a Composite Video Source
1. If your video cable has an RCA connector, connect it to the
yellow video output connector on your player and the yellow
Video port on the projector.
note
If the video cable was not
provided with your video
device, you can purchase one
from an electronics dealer.
Video port
2. If you want to play sound through the projector, see page 33 for
instructions on connecting an audio cable.
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3. When you’ve finished making connections, see page 40 for
instructions on turning on the projector and page 43 for
instructions on displaying and adjusting the image.
Once the projector is turned on, select the image source by
pressing the Source Search button on the projector or remote
control.
note
If the S-Video cable was not
provided with your video
device, you can purchase one
from Epson; see page 20.
Connecting an S-Video Source
1. Connect the S-Video cable to the S-Video connector on your
player and the S-Video port on the projector.
S-Video port
2. If you want to play sound through the projector, see page 33 for
instructions on connecting an audio cable.
3. When you’ve finished making connections, see page 40 for
instructions on turning on the projector and page 43 for
instructions on displaying and adjusting the image.
Once the projector is turned on, select the image source by
pressing the Source Search button on the projector or remote
control.
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Connecting a Component Video Source
If your video equipment has component video connectors (three
connectors labeled either Y/Cb/Cr or Y/Pb/Pr), you will need a
component-to-VGA video cable or a component video cable and
adapter. You can order the component-to-VGA cable (ELPKC19)
from Epson (see page 20) or an electronics dealer.
1. Connect the component end of the cable (3 male RCA) to the
color-coded Y/Cb/Cr (or Y/Pb/Pr) connectors on your player.
Component-toVGA cable
(ELPKC19)
2. Connect the other end of the cable (HD15 male) to the blue
Computer1 or Computer2 port on the projector.
Connect componentto-VGA cable
Connect componentto-VGA cable
3. You may need to change the Input Signal setting in the
projector’s Signal menu to Auto (see page 74).
4. If you want to play sound through the projector, see page 33 for
instructions on connecting an audio cable.
5. When you’ve finished making connections, see page 40 for
instructions on turning on the projector and page 43 for
instructions on displaying and adjusting the image.
Once the projector is turned on, select the image source by
pressing the Source Search button on the projector or remote
control.
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Connecting an RGB Video Source
You can connect to an RGB video source using the VGA computer
cable provided with the projector.
1. Connect the cable to the RGB video port on your player and the
Computer1 or Computer2 port on the projector.
Connect to RGB
video source
Connect to RGB
video source
2. You may need to change the Input Signal setting in the
projector’s Signal menu to RGB (see page 74).
3. If you want to play sound through the projector, see page 33 for
instructions on connecting audio cables.
4. When you’ve finished making connections, see page 40 for
instructions on turning on the projector and page 43 for
instructions on displaying and adjusting the image.
Once the projector is turned on, select the image source by
pressing the Source Search button on the projector or remote
control.
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Playing Sound Through the Projector
You can play sound through the projector’s speaker system or attach
an external speaker system. You can also connect a microphone and
output sound through the projector.
You can use the or
adjust the volume.
Volume buttons on the remote control to
Playing Computer Audio
For laptop and most desktop computers, use a 3.5 mm stereo
mini-jack cable, which you can purchase from a computer or
electronics store.
1. Connect one end of the cable to the Audio1 or Audio2 jack on
the projector.
Audio jacks
2. Connect the other end to your laptop’s headphone jack or
audio-out jack, or your computer’s speaker or audio-out
port.
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Playing Sound from Video Equipment
For video equipment, use an RCA-style audio cable, which you can
purchase from an electronics store.
note
If you are using a
component-to-VGA cable,
you will need to connect an
audio adapter to use the
Audio1 or Audio2 jack.
1. Connect the red and white plugs on one end of the cable to the L
and R Audio jacks on the projector.
Connect to audio-out
ports for video equipment
2. Connect the red and white plugs on the other end to the
corresponding color-coded audio output jacks on your video
source.
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Connecting a Microphone
You can connect a dynamic microphone to the projector’s Mic port,
using a 3.5 mm mini-jack cable as shown below.
Use the Mic Input Level option on the Settings menu to adjust the
volume. See page 76 for more information.
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Connecting External Speakers
You can output sound from the projector to external speakers with a
built-in amplifier.
1. Locate the appropriate cable to connect your speakers.
Depending on your speakers, you may be able to use a standard
audio cable with a stereo mini-jack connector on one end and pin
jacks on the other end. For some speakers, you may need a special
cable or adapter.
2. Connect the stereo mini-jack end of the audio cable to the Audio
Out port on the projector.
Audio cable
3. Connect the other end of the cable to your speakers.
The projector’s internal speaker system is disabled while sound is
output to external speakers.
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Connecting a Document Camera or
Other USB Device
You can connect an interactive whiteboard, document camera, USB
thumb (flash memory) drive, USB hard drive, or multimedia storage
viewer, such as the Epson P-7000. You can use the projector’s
Slideshow function to display JPEG images or a presentation. See
page 66 for details.
Use the USB cable specified for your device.
1. Follow the instructions beginning on page 40 to turn on the
projector.
2. Connect the USB drive or the flat end of the USB cable to the
TypeA
(flat) USB port on the projector, as shown.
Connecting the DC-06
document camera
note
Use a cable less than 10 feet
(3 meters) long and connect
the camera or other device
directly to the projector.
Your projector may not
function correctly if you use
a longer cable or connect to
a USB hub.
If you connect a USB hard
drive, make sure you use the
AC adapter to power the
hard drive. Make sure the
file format is FAT 16/32.
Some USB hard drives may
not be supported.
Indicator light
3. Connect the other end of the cable to your camera or other
device, if necessary.
The indicator light on the projector turns orange and then green
when a USB device is connected.
4. If the projector is connected to a storage device (and not
connected to another image source), the Slideshow program
appears.
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If you are connected to another image source, press the USB
button on the remote control to go to the Slideshow program.
5. See page 66 for instructions on controlling the slideshow.
6. When you’re finished, press Esc and select Exit to exit the
Slideshow before turning off or removing the USB device.
Be sure to turn off your USB device (if necessary) before you remove
the device or cable from the projector. Failure to do so may damage
the device and/or the projector.
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2
Displaying and Adjusting
the Image
W
hether you’re projecting from a computer or video equipment,
you need to follow some basic steps to display your image on the
screen.
Follow the guidelines in this chapter for:
■
Turning the projector on and off
■
Selecting the image source
■
Adjusting the image
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Turning the Projector On and Off
Turn on any connected computer or video equipment before starting
the projector so it can automatically detect and display the image
source. If you turn on the projector first, or have multiple pieces of
connected equipment, you may have to select the image source
manually (see page 43).
Follow these steps to turn on the projector:
1. Make sure the power cord is connected and the projector is
plugged into an electrical outlet.
The Ppower light should be orange.
Power light
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2. Press the Ppower button on the projector or on the remote
control.
The projector beeps once and the Ppower light flashes green as
the projector warms up, then an image begins to appear. When
the Ppower light stops flashing and remains green, the projector
is ready for use.
3. If you are prompted to enter a password, see page 80.
Using the Direct Power On Function
The Direct Power On function enables faster setup. The projector
starts up automatically when you plug it in or turn it on with a wall
switch. You don’t have to press the Ppower button.
Follow these steps to enable Direct Power On:
1. Press the Menu button on the remote control or projector, then
select the Extended menu and press Enter.
warning
Never look into the lens
when the lamp is on. This
can damage your eyes, and is
especially dangerous for
children.
note
If a power outage occurs
when Direct Power On is
enabled and the projector is
plugged in, the projector will
restart when the power is
restored.
2. Choose Operation and press Enter.
3. Choose Direct Power On and press Enter.
4. Highlight On and press Enter.
5. Press Menu to exit. The setting will take effect the next time you
plug the projector into a power outlet or turn it on with a wall
switch.
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Shutting Down the Projector
note
Lamp life will vary
depending upon mode
selected, environmental
conditions, and usage.
This projector incorporates Instant Off technology. To turn it off, you
can press its Ppower button as described below, unplug it, or turn off
a power switch that supplies power to the projector. You don’t have to
wait for the projector to cool down first.
Turn off this product when
not in use to prolong the life
of the projector.
1. To turn off the projector, press the Ppower button on the remote
control or projector.
You can set the projector to
automatically turn off the
lamp and enter “sleep mode”
when it has not received any
signals for 1 to 30 minutes
(see page 78). This conserves
electricity, cools the
projector, and extends the
life of the lamp. If you want
to start projecting again,
press the P power button.
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You see a confirmation message.
(If you don’t want to turn it off,
press any other button.)
2. Press the Ppower button again. The projection lamp turns off
and the projector beeps twice. You can then unplug the power
cord.
If you want to turn the projector on again, make sure the orange
Ppower light is not flashing, then press the Ppower button.
Displaying and Adjusting the Image
Selecting an Image Source
You may need to select the image source if you have multiple image
sources connected to the projector (such as a computer or DVD
player). Selecting the image source lets you switch between images
input from different pieces of connected equipment.
If you don’t see the image you want, press the Source Search button
on the remote control or the projector until you see the image you
want to project. Or, press one of the Source buttons on the remote
control (Computer, Video, USB, or LAN).
Source Search button
Source
buttons
If you still can’t see an image or can’t project the same image that is on
your notebook or computer screen, see page 126 for solutions.
Select USB to project from a USB device or LAN to project over a
network. See page 66 for instructions.
Adjusting the Image
Once you see your image, you may need to make certain adjustments:
■
To focus the image, see page 44.
■
To quickly adjust the color, brightness, or contrast, see page 45.
■
To change the image aspect ratio, see page 46.
■
If you need to fine-tune the image and/or sound, see “Using the
Projector Menus” on page 69.
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Focusing the Image
Focusing the projector is part of the installation process. If necessary,
you can re-adjust the focus at any time using the focus lever next to
the air filter on the side of the projector.
1. Slide the switch to open the air filter cover on the side of the
projector.
2. Raise or lower the focus lever to sharpen the image.
Air filter
cover switch
Focus lever
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Selecting the Color Mode
The Color Mode adjusts the brightness, contrast, and color for various
common viewing environments. Use this setting to quickly obtain a
good picture.
Press the Color Mode button on the remote control to select an
option. Press it until the option you want is projected in the upper
right corner.
Color Mode
button
Select from one of these Color Mode options:
■
■
Dynamic: Brightest mode; for video games or TV in a bright
room.
Presentation: For color presentations in a bright room (default
setting).
■
Theatre: For natural-toned movies in a darkened room.
■
Photo: For vivid, high-contrast still images in a bright room (only
available when the source is set to LAN or USB).
■
Sports: For vivid TV images in a bright room (only available for
component video, S-Video, or composite video sources).
■
sRGB: Matches the color palette of standard sRGB computer
displays.
■
Blackboard: Projects accurate colors on a green chalkboard
(adjusts the white point).
■
Whiteboard: For computer presentations in a bright room with
black-and-white text and graphics.
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Resizing Video Images
note
You cannot change the
aspect ratio when displaying
from a computer using the
USB TypeB port or from a
USB device using the USB
source.
You can resize your images by changing the aspect (width to height)
ratio (depending on your input signal).
Press the Aspect button on the remote control. Press the Aspect
button repeatedly to cycle through the available options.
Aspect
button
Select from one of these Aspect options:
■
Normal: Displays images using the full projection area and
maintains the aspect ratio of the image. Choose this setting to
automatically resize the image and make the best use of the
display area.
■
16:9: Converts the aspect ratio of the image to 16:9. 4:3 ratio
images are elongated horizontally to fit.
■
Full: Displays images using the full width of the projection area,
but does not retain the aspect ratio. 4:3 ratio images are elongated
horizontally.
■
Zoom: Displays images using the full width of the projection area
and maintains the aspect ratio of the image. The image may be
cut off on the top and bottom depending on its aspect ratio.
■
Native: Displays images as is (aspect ratio and resolution are
maintained). Black bands may appear or images may be cut off,
depending on the resolution.
If you are using the interactive pens, you will have to recalibrate after
changing the projector’s aspect setting.
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3
Using the Interactive Pens
T
he interactive pens included with your projector turn almost any
wall into an interactive whiteboard. This chapter tells you how to use
the Easy Interactive Driver software, calibrate the projector, and use
the pens to annotate presentations or write and draw on a virtual
whiteboard.
Follow the instructions in this chapter on:
■
Using the Easy Interactive Pen Driver
■
Calibrating the projector
■
Using the pens
■
Using the Easy Interactive Tools for Windows
Periodically, it’s a good idea to check Epson’s support website in the
U.S. or Canada for free updates to your Easy Interactive software.
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Using the Easy Interactive Pen Driver
The Easy Interactive Driver software is included on the CD labeled
“Epson Projector Software for Easy Interactive Function.” Note the
following system requirements:
■
Microsoft® Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista or
Windows 7 (32-bit versions for Windows Vista and Windows 7)
or
Mac OS X 10.3 or above
■
USB 1.1 port (minimum) or USB 2.0 port (recommended)
1. Connect the VGA computer cable and USB cable to the projector
and computer, as described on pages 24 and 27.
2. Turn on your computer.
3. Make sure the driver software is installed on your computer, as
described in the Quick Guide.
4. Turn on the projector, as described on page 40.
You should see your computer desktop displayed. If you see a
blank screen or the No signal message, check the following:
■
Make sure the power light on the projector is green and not
flashing.
■
Press the Computer button on the remote control.
■
If you’re using a Windows laptop, press the function key on
your keyboard that lets you display on an external monitor. It
may be labelled CRT/LCD or have an icon such as
. You
may need to hold down the Fn key while pressing it.
If you need more help, see page 127.
5. Check the connection status.
Windows: you should see the
pen icon in the system tray on
your taskbar (lower right corner of your screen).
Mac OS: you should see the
pen icon in the Dock.
You may need to wait a minute for the icon to appear after you
turn on the computer and projector.
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If a red X appears on the icon, the computer and projector are not
connected correctly. Try removing and reconnecting the USB
cable.
If you don’t see the icon, do one of the following:
note
or Start > All Programs or Programs >
Epson Projector > Easy Interactive Driver.
Windows: select
Do not select Exit or Quit
from the Easy Interactive
Driver menu. If you do, you
will have to open the driver
as described here the next
time you want to use the
interactive pen.
Mac OS: open the Application folder, then select the Easy
Interactive Driver icon.
If you need more help, see page 134.
When the computer and projector are connected and the Easy
Interactive Driver icon is displayed, you’re ready to calibrate. See the
next section for instructions.
Calibrating the Projector
Calibration sets up the connection between your computer and the
interactive pens. This simple process ensures that your computer can
accurately detect the position of the pen on the projection surface.
You need to calibrate before using the pens for the first time, or if you
change the resolution on your computer or connect a different
computer. You can use either pen for calibration.
Two types of calibration are available:
■
Normal, which is faster and appropriate for most situations (25
calibration points)
■
Advanced, which is recommended when you need higher
accuracy (49 calibration points)
You may need to recalibrate if you change the projector’s aspect ratio
using the remote control, or if you change the following settings in the
projector’s menu system:
■
Settings menu: Keystone or Zoom. See page 75 for more
information.
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■
Signal menu: Auto Setup, Resolution, Tracking, Sync,
Position, or Aspect. See page 73 for more information.
1. To start calibration, do one of the following:
■
In Windows, click the
pen icon in the system tray on
your taskbar (lower right corner of your screen), then select
Calibrate (Normal) or Calibrate (Advanced).
■
In Mac OS, click the
pen icon in the Dock, select
Calibrate from the menu bar, then select Calibrate (Normal)
or Calibrate (Advanced).
2. After you read the message about calibration, click OK.
You see a flashing green circle in the upper left corner of your
projected image.
3. Touch the center of the circle with the tip of the pen.
note
The circle stops flashing and turns black. You see another circle
on the right.
For the most accurate
calibration, make sure you
hold the pen at an angle to
the projection surface and
touch the center of the circle.
4. Touch the center of the next circle, then repeat. When you get to
the end of the row, the next circle appears at the left edge of a new
row.
Make sure you are not blocking the signal between the pen and
the interactive receiver (next to the projection window on the
projector)
Don’t press the button on the pen while calibrating.
If you make a mistake, press Esc on your computer keyboard and
restart the calibration process.
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5. Continue until all of the circles are black.
After you have finished calibration, you can use either pen as a mouse
on the projection board or wall. With additional software, you can
also use the pens to write or draw on the projected image. See the next
section for more information.
Using the Pens
The Easy Interactive Driver allows you to use the pen as a mouse. If
you installed interactive whiteboard software such as RM Easiteach or
the Easy Interactive Tools, you can also use the pens to write or draw
on the projected image.
Battery indicator
light
Button
Press the button on the pen to test the battery. If the indicator light is
green, the battery has enough power.
Follow these tips to use the pen as a mouse:
■
For best performance, hold the pen at an angle, rather than
perpendicular to the board.
■
To left-click, tap on the board.
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■
To double-click, tap twice.
■
To right-click, tap while pressing the button on the pen.
■
To click and drag, tap and drag with the pen.
To use the pen for writing or drawing on the board, you need to
install interactive whiteboard software, such as RM Easiteach. You can
use your own interactive whiteboard software or Easy Interactive
Tools. To download and install Easy Interactive Tools, double-click
the Download Easy Interactive Tools link on your desktop.
Using the Easy Interactive Tools for
Windows
note
The Easy Interactive Tools
are not required for using
the interactive features of the
projector. You can use RM
Easiteach or any other
interactive whiteboard
software.
With Easy Interactive Tools, you can use the pen to write or draw on
the projection surface. Make sure you installed the software, as
described in the Quick Guide.
1. To start Easy Interactive Tools, select
or Start > All
Programs or Programs > Epson Projector > Easy Interactive
Tools.
You see the tools on your desktop. When you first open Easy
Interactive Tools, you are in interactive mode, as indicated by the
mouse icon in the upper left corner of the toolbar.
Toggle between interactive and
annotation modes
Toggle between interactive
and whiteboard modes
Page up and down
Draw on screen
(see page 54)
Undo
Use on-screen keyboard
Hide part of screen
Clear all annotations
Capture current screen
Create spotlight effect
Minimize the toolbar
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In interactive mode, you can use the pen to operate your
computer, as described on page 51.
■
To switch to annotation mode, select any of the drawing tools
described on page 54. Or, select the
mouse icon in the
upper left corner.
■
To switch to whiteboard mode, select the
whiteboard
icon in the upper right corner. Your screen changes to a blank
white surface, and new tools are available, as described on
page 55.
2. To exit Easy Interactive Tools, select the
Easy Interactive
Tools icon on the Windows taskbar and select Exit.
Following are lists of the interactive and drawing tools:
Interactive tools
Icon
Description
Page up or down in a browser or other software program.
Use an on-screen keyboard to enter text on a website or in
a browser or other software program.
Capture the current screen and save it as an image file. See
page 56 for more information.
Hide part of the screen. You can use the yellow arrows to
adjust the hidden area.
Create a spotlight effect for highlighting and shading part of
the screen. You can move the spotlight, and change its
shape, color, and transparency.
Use the pen to right-click without pressing the button.
Minimize the toolbar. When the toolbar is minimized, you
can restore it by selecting the
Easy Interactive Tools
icon on the Windows taskbar.
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Drawing tools
Icon
Description
Write or draw with a semi-transparent highlighter. You can
select the color and pen width.
Toggle between writing/drawing and erasing. You can
select the color and pen width. In the erase mode, you
can select a free-form, straight line, circle, or rectangle
eraser.
Select pen width and color (basic/fast).
Customize pen width and color (advanced/accurate).
Draw free-form lines (or use free-form eraser).
Draw straight lines (or use straight-line eraser)
Draw circles or ellipses (or use circle eraser).
Draw rectangles or squares (or use rectangle eraser).
Undo the last annotation.
Clear all annotations.
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Using Whiteboard Mode
To switch to a white screen that you can use as an interactive
whiteboard, select the
whiteboard icon.
You see the whiteboard tools, as shown below. Select the
display additional tools.
icon to
Switch to
interactive mode
View list of saved pages
Print preview
Print
Clear annotations
Open background image
or previously saved page
Create new page
Save current page(s)
Delete current page
Select background
Copy previous page to
current page
Display additional tools
Some of the tools are the same as those available in interactive mode.
Following is a list of the tools that are unique to whiteboard mode:
Whiteboard tools
View a list of saved pages in the current folder.
Switch back to interactive mode.
Delete the current page and display the previously saved
page.
Insert a picture as the whiteboard background or open a
previously saved page. You can select any image file in the
JPEG or BMP format.
Select a background. Tap the button repeatedly to choose
from six solid colors, two styles of writing lines, or music
staffs.
Create a new page on the whiteboard.
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Whiteboard tools
Copy the contents of the previously displayed page and
paste it on the current page.
Undo the last operation.
Redo the last operation.
Save the current page as an image file. See the next
section for more information.
Display additional tools.
Print preview.
Print all whiteboard pages in the current folder.
Saving Your Pages
You can save both whiteboard pages and computer screen images with
annotations. You can also decide where you want to save your pages
and in what format.
1. Select the
icon in your taskbar (lower right-hand corner of
the screen) to open the Easy Interactive Tools menu:
2. Select Saving Setting.
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You see the on-screen keyboard and a file saving window:
3. Select the folder where you want to save your pages. You can use
the on-screen keyboard to enter a file name prefix and select either
Jpeg or BMP as the file type.
4. Select Save. You return to Easy Interactive Tools.
5. Do one of the following to save your pages:
■
In interactive mode, select the
camera icon to capture the
current screen and annotations. You see a message confirming
that the screen is saved. Easy Interactive Tools adds the time
and date to the file name prefix you selected.
■
In whiteboard mode, select the
save icon. The on-screen
keyboard appears and a Save as window opens. You can select
a location for saving and enter a name to create a new folder.
Your pages are automatically saved as numbered images.
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4
Presenting With the Remote
Control
T
he projector includes a number of tools to enhance your
presentation. All of them can be accessed using the remote control,
which lets you operate the projector from anywhere in the room—up
to 19.7 feet (6 meters) away.
This chapter covers:
■
Using the remote control
■
Controlling the picture and sound
■
Displaying Patterns
■
Operating your computer with the remote control
■
Highlighting your presentation
■
Presenting a slideshow from a USB device
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note
If a button is stuck down for
longer than 30 seconds, the
remote control stops
operating to conserve battery
power. When you release the
button, normal operation
resumes.
Using the remote control
under bright fluorescent
lamps or in direct sunlight
may affect projector
response.
Make sure batteries are installed as described on page 119. Follow
these tips for using the remote control:
■
Point the remote control at the projector or at the screen.
■
Stand within 19.7 feet (6 meters) of the projector.
■
Aim the remote control within 30° to the side of, or 15° above or
below, the remote control receivers on the projector.
Controlling the Picture and Sound
You can use the remote control to temporarily turn off the picture and
sound, freeze the action, zoom in on the picture, and adjust the
volume.
Turning Off the Picture and Sound
Press the A/V Mute button on the remote control to turn off the
image and sound, and darken your screen. This is useful if you want to
temporarily re-direct your audience’s attention without the distraction
of a bright screen.
A/V Mute button
To turn the image and sound back on, press the button again.
You can create an image, such as a company logo or picture, to display
on the screen whenever you press the A/V Mute button. (See page 81
for more information.)
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Stopping Action
Press the Freeze button on the remote control to stop the action in
your video or computer image. The image freezes but the sound
continues.
To restart the action, press the Freeze button again.
Freeze button
note
The Freeze function pauses
the image, not the sound.
Because the source continues
to transmit signals, it will
not resume at the same
point.
Zooming In on Your Image
note
You can zoom in on a portion of the image using the E-Zoom buttons
on the remote control.
You cannot use the
Progressive feature (see
page 73) while you are using
E-Zoom.
If you are using one of the interactive pens, the pen position and
mouse position will not match when you press the E-Zoom buttons.
1. Press the E-Zoom + button on the remote control.
E-Zoom +
button
You see a crosshair indicating the center of the zoom-in area.
2. Use the arrow (menu navigation) buttons to position the
crosshair.
3. Continue pressing the E-Zoom + button to enlarge the selected
area up to 4 times.
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4. While the image is enlarged, you can:
■
Use the arrow buttons to move around the screen.
■
Press the E-Zoom – button to zoom out.
5. Press the ESC button to return the image to its original size.
Controlling the Volume
To change the volume on the projector, press the
the remote control.
or
button on
note
To temporarily shut off the
sound and picture, press the
A/V Mute button.
Volume
buttons
You can also adjust the volume using the projector’s menu system.
See page 75.
Displaying Patterns
You can display a test pattern or one of the following 4 patterns for
use on a whiteboard or chalkboard:
Pattern 1
Pattern 2
Pattern 3
Pattern 4
1. Press the Menu button on the remote control, then select the
Settings menu and press Enter.
2. Highlight Pattern and press Enter.
3. Highlight Pattern Type and press Enter.
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4. Select one of the patterns shown on page 62, or choose Test
Pattern. If you want to create your own pattern, choose User
Pattern. See below for more information.
5. Press Enter to select the pattern you want, then press Esc.
6. Choose Pattern Display to display the pattern.
7. Press Esc when you’re finished displaying the pattern.
Assigning a Pattern to the User Button
You can assign any of the available patterns to the User button on the
remote control, and then display it by simply pressing the User
button.
1. In the Settings menu, select the Pattern Type as described on
page 62.
2. Highlight User Button and press Enter.
3. Highlight Pattern Display and press Enter.
4. Press Menu to exit.
Creating Your Own Pattern
You can transfer any image from your computer or video source to the
projector and then use it as a pattern. If you assign it to the User
button as described above, you can display it any time you want by
simply pressing the User button on the remote control.
Start by displaying the image you want to use from a computer or
other source. Then follow these steps to capture the image and transfer
it to the projector:
1. In the Settings menu, highlight Pattern and press Enter.
2. Select User Pattern and press Enter.
note
When you choose an image
for the user pattern, it erases
any previously used image.
3. When you see a message asking if you want to use the current
image as the pattern, select Yes and press Enter.
4. Press Enter again.
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5. When you see a confirmation message, select Yes and press
Enter. Saving the image may take a few moments. Do not use
your projector, remote control, or video source while the pattern
is being saved.
6. When you see a message that saving is complete, press Menu to
exit.
Operating Your Computer With the
Remote Control
note
You can use the remote
control as a wireless mouse
only when projecting from
the Computer1 or
Computer2 ports.
You may need to select
specific settings on your
computer to use the remote
control as a mouse. See your
computer documentation for
details.
You can use the remote control in place of your computer’s mouse so
you won’t have to stand next to the computer to control the
presentation.
Before you can use the remote control to operate your computer, you
(square) USB port on
must connect a USB cable to the TypeB
the projector (see page 25) and select Wireless Mouse as the
USB Type B setting on the Extended menu (see page 77).
Page up or down
to change slides
in PowerPoint
Right-click
Left-click
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Then you can control your computer as follows:
note
■
Use the remote control’s Page Up or Page Down buttons to
move through presentation slides.
■
Use the arrow buttons to move the cursor on the screen.
■
Press the Enter button once to left-click, or twice to double-click.
Press the Esc button to right-click.
■
To drag-and-drop, hold down the Enter button. Then use the
arrow buttons to drag the object. When it’s where you want it,
release the Enter button.
You can use the
Page Up/Page Down
feature with USB Display.
Highlighting Your Presentation
You can display a pointer to call out important information on the
screen. If you want to customize the pointer tool, you can choose from
three alternative shapes.
Using the Pointer Tool
1. To activate the pointer tool, press the Pointer button on the
remote control. A pointer appears on the screen.
Pointer
button
If you prefer to use a different style of pointer, see the instructions
in the next section.
2. Use the arrow buttons on the remote control to position the
pointer on the screen.
3. When you’re done using the pointer, press the Pointer or Esc
button to clear the screen.
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Customizing the Pointer Tool
You can change the appearance of the pointer by choosing from three
alternative shapes.
1. Press the Menu button on the remote control, highlight the
Settings menu, highlight Pointer Shape, and press Enter. You
can select one of the pointer shapes shown at the left.
2. Select the shape you want and press Enter.
3. Press Menu to exit from the menu system.
Presenting a Slideshow
note
You can project .JPG files in
resolutions up to
4608 × 3072, with pixel
counts incrementing in
multiples of 8.
If a .JPG file is highly
compressed, your projector
may not be able to display it
correctly. The projector can’t
display progressive or
CMYK .JPG files.
You cannot project movie
files using the Slideshow
feature.
You can use your projector’s Slideshow feature whenever you connect
a USB device that contains image files having a .JPG filename
extension. This lets you quickly and easily display individual images,
or start a slideshow of all the images in a folder. You can control your
slideshow using the projector remote control.
For an instant PowerPoint presentation, convert your PowerPoint
slides to individual .JPG files (save as *.jpg) and store them in a folder.
Copy that folder to a USB flash memory drive (thumb drive), or other
USB device. Then connect the device to the projector and begin your
presentation.
You can switch the display from the device displaying the slideshow to
another source using the Source Search button or one of the specific
source buttons on the remote control. To return to the Slideshow
source, press Source Search and select USB, or simply press the
USB button.
Starting a Slideshow
1. Connect a USB device to the projector’s TypeA
port (see page 37).
(flat) USB
2. If you are connected to another image source, press the USB
button on the remote control to go to the Slideshow program.
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If you are not connected to another image source, the Slideshow
program appears automatically.
Files for images that have been scanned or modified will display
an icon, rather than a thumbnail image.
If necessary, press the arrow buttons on the remote control to
highlight the device you want to present from, then press the
Enter button.
3. If you need to select a subfolder on your device, press the arrow
buttons to highlight the folder and press Enter.
note
To rotate a displayed image,
press the u or d button on
the remote control until it is
displayed correctly.
4. To display an individual image, press the arrow buttons to
highlight it and press Enter. To display additional image files,
press the l or r arrow button.
5. To display a slideshow of all the images in the current folder, use
the arrow buttons to highlight Slideshow on the bottom of the
Slideshow screen and press Enter. The images display sequentially
one time through. At the end, you see the folder display again.
Select the following as necessary to control your display or slideshow:
■
To move back up a folder level, highlight Back to Top at the top
of the Slideshow screen and press Enter.
■
To select a different device, highlight Select drive in the upper
right corner of the screen, press Enter, and select the device.
note
To display a slideshow from
a folder that is not open,
highlight the folder and press
the Esc button on the
remote control. Then select
Slideshow from the menu
that appears and press
Enter.
To begin a slideshow from a
particular image, use the
arrow buttons to highlight
that image, press Enter,
then press Enter again.
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■
If all the images in a folder do not fit on the Slideshow screen,
highlight Next page at the bottom of the screen and press Enter
to display the next screen full of images. Select Previous page at
the top of the screen to select the previous screen.
■
To exit the slideshow, press Esc, select Exit, and press Enter.
Selecting Slideshow Display Options
1. Highlight Option at the bottom left corner of the slideshow
screen and press Enter. You see this screen:
2. Highlight the options you want to use, and press Enter.
Option
Available settings
Display
order
Name order displays files in name order
Date order displays files in date order
Sort order
In Ascending sorts the files first to last
In Descending sorts the files last to first
Continuous
play
On displays a slideshow continuously
Off displays a slideshow one time through
Screen
switching
time
No does not switch file display automatically
1Sec. to 60Sec. displays files for the selected time
and switches them automatically
3. When you are finished, highlight OK at the bottom of the screen
and press Enter. (Highlight Cancel and press Enter to cancel.)
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5
Using the Projector Menus
Y
ou can use the projector’s on-screen menus to adjust the image,
sound, and other features. This chapter covers the following
information:
■
Using the menu system
■
Adjusting the image
■
Adjusting signal settings
■
Customizing projector features
■
Customizing power and operation
■
Using the projector security features
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Using the Menu System
You can use the remote control or the projector’s control panel to
access the menus and change settings. Follow these steps:
1. To display the menu screen, press the Menu button on the
remote control or on the projector. You see a menu screen similar
to the one below:
Options
Menu list
The menus are listed on the left and the options available for the
highlighted menu are shown on the right.
2. Use the arrow buttons on the remote control or the projector to
scroll through the menu list. When you’ve highlighted the desired
menu, press the Enter button to select it.
3. Once you’ve selected the menu, use the arrow buttons to scroll
through the list of options. (Some of the options may be grayed
out or unavailable, depending on the selected source.)
4. After highlighting the option you want to adjust, use the arrow
buttons to change the setting. In some cases, you may have to
press the Enter button to view a sub-screen.
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■
Press the left or right arrow button to adjust a slider bar.
■
To select from two or more settings, press the up or down
arrow button to highlight the setting and press Enter.
5. After changing the settings, press the Esc button to save your
changes and return to the previous menu (or press it again to exit
the menu system). You can also press the Menu button to exit.
Restoring the Default Settings
You can use the Reset option on any menu to restore the
factory-default settings for the settings in that menu.
To restore all the projector settings to their factory-default values,
select the Reset menu, highlight Reset All, press Enter, and select
Yes to confirm.
note
When you select Reset All
in the Reset menu, it does
not reset the Input Signal,
User’s Logo, Language, or
Lamp Hours settings.
Adjusting the Image
You can use the Image menu to adjust the brightness, sharpness, color,
tint, contrast, and Auto Iris settings.
1. Press the Menu button on the projector or remote control and
select the Image menu. You see a screen similar to one of these:
Computer/USB/USB Display/LAN
Component video/
Composite video/
S-Video
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note
2. Adjust the desired options as needed:
The available settings vary
depending on the input
source selected.
The Brightness setting
changes the opacity of the
projector’s LCD panels. You
can also change the lamp’s
brightness. Select Power
Consumption in the
Settings menu, then choose
Normal or ECO (the
default setting is Normal).
■
Color Mode
Lets you quickly adjust the color and brightness for various
environments. You can save a different setting for each
source. See page 45 for a description of each color mode.
■
Brightness
Lightens or darkens the overall image.
■
Contrast
Adjusts the difference between light and dark areas.
■
Color Saturation
Adjusts the color depth of the image.
■
Tint
Adjusts the balance of green to magenta in the image.
■
Sharpness
Adjusts the sharpness of the image.
■
Color Adjustment
Adjusts the color values. Select Abs. Color Temp. to adjust
the overall value from 5000 °K (red) to 10000 °K (blue).
Select Red, Green, Blue to adjust red, green, and blue hue
and saturation values. (Not available if sRGB is selected as the
Color Mode setting.)
■
Auto Iris
Automatically adjusts the projected luminance according to
the brightness of the image. (Available only when Dynamic
or Theater is selected as the Color Mode for the current
input source.)
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Adjusting Signal Settings
Although the projector normally detects and optimizes the input
signal automatically, you can use the Signal menu to make manual
adjustments. In addition to changing the position of the projected
image, you can correct tracking and sync for computer images, or
change the aspect ratio.
1. Press the Menu button and select the Signal menu. You see a
screen similar to one of those below. (The settings will be different
depending on the source you are projecting from.)
Component video
Computer
Composite video/S-Video
2. Adjust the desired options as needed:
■
■
Auto Setup
note
Leave this setting On to automatically optimize computer
images. Turn it off if you want to save adjustments you have
made to the Tracking, Sync, and Position settings.
If you are using the
interactive pens, you will
have to recalibrate if you
change any of these settings:
Auto Setup, Resolution,
Tracking, Sync, Position, or
Aspect.
Resolution
Set to Auto to have the projector automatically identify the
resolution of the input signal. If necessary, select Wide (for
widescreen images) or Normal (for 4:3 or 5:4 ratio images).
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■
note
You can also use the remote
control’s Auto button to
automatically reset the
projector’s Tracking, Sync,
and Position settings. See
page 132 for details.
Tracking
Adjust this value to eliminate vertical stripes in computer
images.
■
Sync
Adjust this value if computer images appear blurry or flicker.
■
Position
If the image is slightly cut off on one or more sides, it may not
be centered exactly. Select this setting and use the arrow
buttons to center it.
■
Progressive
For composite video, S-Video, and component video. Turn
this setting on to convert interlaced signals into progressive
signals (best for moving images). Leave the setting Off for still
images.
■
Noise Reduction
Smooths out rough images. You may need to experiment to
select the best setting for your image. Select Off when viewing
low-noise image sources, such as DVDs.
■
Input Signal
If the colors don’t look right on the Auto setting, select the
setting for the type of equipment you’ve connected to the
Computer1 or Computer2 port. Choose RGB for a
computer or RGB-video connection, or Auto for a video
player that outputs a component video signal (with
connectors labeled Y/Cb/Cr or Y/Pb/Pr).
■
Video Signal (composite or S-Video signals only)
Select the setting for the type of equipment you’ve connected
to the Video port. Leave this setting at Auto unless you are
using a 60-Hz PAL system (then select PAL60).
■
Aspect
Sets the image’s aspect ratio (ratio of width to height). See
page 46 for more information.
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Customizing Projector Features
You can use the Settings menu to lock the buttons on the projector,
adjust audio volume, and customize several other features.
■
Keystone
Adjusts the shape of the image if the projector has been tilted
upward or downward. If you notice that lines or edge look jagged
after adjustment, decrease the Sharpness setting (see page 71).
■
Zoom
Adjusts the image size from Wide (larger) to Tele (smaller).
■
note
If you are using the
interactive pens and you
change the Keystone or
Zoom settings, you will have
to recalibrate.
Control Panel Lock
Lets you disable all of the buttons on the projector, or all of the
buttons except the Ppower button. See page 83 for more
information.
■
Pointer Shape
Lets you choose from three alternative pointer shapes. See page 65
for more information.
■
Power Consumption
Lets you select from two levels of brightness. The ECO setting
reduces power consumption and projector noise, and extends the
lamp’s operating life.
■
Volume
Raises or lowers the volume of the projector’s speaker.
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■
Mic Input Level
Adjusts the microphone volume.
■
Remote Receiver
Deactivates the projector’s front and/or rear sensors that detect
signals from the remote control. Use this setting to prevent use of
the remote control or to stop interference from bright fluorescent
lights. Restart the projector for this setting to take effect.
■
User Button
Lets you create a shortcut to one of the following menu items: ,
Power Consumption, Info, Progressive, Closed Caption,
Test Pattern, Resolution, Mic Input Level, or Pattern
Display. When you press the User button on the remote control,
the assigned menu item is displayed.
■
Pattern
Lets you select one of the following:
Pattern Display to display one of the available patterns.
Pattern Type to select from the following 4 patterns, or select a
user-defined pattern:
Pattern 1
Pattern 2
Pattern 3
Pattern 4
User Pattern to capture a customized pattern. See page 63 for
more information.
Test Pattern to display a pattern that you can use for adjusting
the projector without connecting it (for a 16:10 image). You can
use the pattern to adjust the zoom, focus, and other settings. To
cancel the test pattern, press the Esc button on the remote
control.
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Customizing Power and Operation
You can use the Extended menu to customize the way the projector
displays images, enable Direct Power On, use closed captioning, turn
sleep mode on or off, and customize other projector operations.
■
Display
Messages: Lets you turn screen messages on or off.
Display Background: Sets the screen background to Black,
Blue, or Logo when no image signal is available.
Startup Screen: Enables or disables display of the startup (User’s
Logo) screen when the projector is turned on.
A/V Mute: Sets the screen background to Black, Blue, or Logo
when the A/V Mute button is pressed.
■
Closed Caption
Lets you display closed captioning for content that provides it.
■
User’s Logo
Create a custom startup screen, as described on page 81.
■
Projection
Select Front/Ceiling to project onto the front of a screen when
the projector is mounted upside-down or Rear/Ceiling to project
from behind onto a transparent screen when the projector is
mounted upside-down.
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■
note
Operation
Direct Power On: Enable if you want to be able to start the
If Direct Power On is
enabled, the power cord is
connected, and a power
outage occurs, the projector
will start when the power is
restored.
projector when you connect the power cord (without pressing the
Ppower button).
Sleep Mode: Enable if you want the projector to turn off
automatically if it is idle and no signal is received for 1 to 30
minutes (you can adjust the amount of time using the next
setting).
Sleep Mode Timer: When Sleep Mode is on, you can set the
period of time before the projector turns off automatically, from
1 to 30 minutes.
note
High Altitude Mode: Enable when you are using the projector
Do not use the projector at
altitudes above 7,500 feet
(2,286 meters).
above 4,900 feet (1,500 meters) to ensure that the temperature is
regulated properly. Turn this setting off for lower elevations.
■
Standby Mode
Select Communication On to enable the projector to be
monitored and controlled from a computer when it is in standby
mode (the power light is orange). This setting also allows you to
use a microphone connected to the projector when the projector
is in standby mode.
■
USB Type B
Select how you want to use the TypeB
(square) USB port.
Select USB Display to use the USB port to project computer
images. Select Wireless Mouse to use the remote control
buttons like a wireless mouse. See page 64 for restrictions and
details.
■
Language
Select a language to use for the projector menus and messages. To
change the language, press the Menu button on the remote
control, highlight Extended and press Enter, select Language
and press Enter, then select your language and press Enter.
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Using the Projector Security Features
To prevent unauthorized use of the projector, you can:
■
Assign a password. You can use the password to prevent the
projector from being turned on and prevent your custom startup
screen from being changed. See the next section.
■
Create a custom screen that is displayed at startup and/or when
the A/V Mute button is pressed. The screen can be locked with a
password to discourage theft and provides a way to identify the
projector should it be stolen. See page 81.
■
Disable the projector’s buttons; this is useful, for example, in a
classroom when you want to ensure that no one touches the
projector’s buttons while you’re using the remote control. See
page 83.
■
Secure the projector to prevent theft using a cable locking system.
See page 84.
Enabling Password Protection
The default setting for the password is 0000. Follow these steps to
create a new password:
1. Press the Freeze button on the remote control for five to seven
seconds. You see this screen:
caution
If you lose the remote
control, you will not be able
to enter the password. Keep
the remote control in a safe
place at all times. Also, it’s a
good idea to write down
your password.
2. Select the type(s) of password protection you want to use:
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■
Power On Protect: Prevents unauthorized use of the
projector. After the projector is plugged in and turned on,
you must enter a password to use the projector. Select On,
press Enter, then press Esc to return to the Password Protect
screen.
Hold down
■
User’s Logo Protect: Prevents your custom screen (see
page 81), display, and User’s Logo settings in the Extended
menu from being changed. Select On, press Enter, then press
Esc to return to the Password Protect screen.
■
Network Protect: Prevents any of the network settings from
being changed. Select On, press Enter, then press Esc to
return to the Password Protect screen.
3. Use the arrow buttons to select Password and press Enter.
4. When you see a message asking if you want to change the
password, select Yes and press Enter.
5. Hold down the Num button and use the numeric keypad to enter
a four digit password.
6. When you see a confirmation message, re-enter the password.
7. Press the Menu button, then press Enter to exit the screen.
8. Turn off and unplug the projector.
Starting the Projector With a Password
When the password function is enabled, you see this screen when you
plug in and turn on the projector:
note
If you leave the projector
plugged in, the Password
screen will not appear. It
appears only if you unplug
and reconnect the power
cord.
Hold down the Num button and use the numeric keypad to enter the
four digit password.
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The password screen closes and projection begins.
If projection does not begin, check the following:
■
If the password is not correct, you see a message prompting you to
re-enter the password. If you enter an incorrect password three
times in succession, you see an error code with the message The
projector’s operation will be locked and the projector switches
to standby mode. Write down the error code, then disconnect the
projector’s power cord from the electrical outlet, reconnect it, and
turn the projector back on. Try entering the correct password
again.
■
If you have forgotten the password, contact Epson with the
request code number that appears in the Password screen for
assistance. See “Where To Get Help” on page 140.
■
If you enter an incorrect password 30 times in succession, the
projector remains locked and you must contact Epson to arrange
for service.
Creating Your Own Startup Screen
You can transfer any image from your computer or video source to the
projector and then use it as your startup screen. You can also use it as
the screen displayed when the projector is not receiving a signal or
when you press the A/V Mute button. The image can be a company
logo, slogan, photograph, or any other image you want to use.
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Capturing the Image
Start by displaying the image you want to use from either a computer
or video source, such as a DVD player or digital camera. Then follow
these steps to capture the image and transfer it to the projector:
note
When you choose an image
for the user’s logo, it erases
any previously used image.
You can save an image up to
300 × 400 pixels in size.
Once you have saved a new
user’s logo, you cannot
return to the factory default
logo.
1. Press the Menu button on the remote control, highlight the
Extended menu, and press Enter.
2. Highlight User’s Logo and press Enter.
3. When you see a message asking Choose this image as the
User’s Logo?, select Yes and press Enter. A selection box
displays over the image.
4. Use the arrow buttons to select the area of the image you want to
use. Then press Enter.
5. When you see the message Select this image?, highlight Yes
and press Enter.
6. Use the arrow buttons to select a zoom factor (display size) and
press Enter.
7. When the message Save this image as the User’s Logo?
appears, select Yes and press Enter. Saving the logo may take a
few moments. Do not use your projector, remote control, or
video source while the logo is being saved.
8. When you see the message Completed, press Menu to exit.
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Choosing When to Display the Image
After your image is saved, you can set it to display as the startup
screen, the screen you see when there’s no signal, or the screen you see
when you press the A/V Mute button (see page 60).
1. Press the Menu button, highlight the Extended menu, and press
Enter.
2. Select Display and press Enter.
3. Choose from these display options:
note
■
Set Display Background to Logo to display your image
when there is no signal.
■
Set Startup Screen to On to display your image when the
projector is warming up.
■
Set A/V Mute to Logo to display your image when you press
the A/V Mute button.
You can lock these settings to
prevent them from being
changed without a password
(see page 79).
4. When you’re finished, press Menu to exit.
Disabling the Projector’s Buttons
When you enable the Control Panel Lock function, you can lock all of
the projector’s buttons, or all of the buttons except the Ppower
button. The remote control can still be used to operate the projector.
1. Press the Menu button, highlight the Settings menu, and press
Enter.
2. Select Control Panel Lock and press the Enter button.
3. Select Full Lock (to lock all projector buttons) or Partial Lock (to
lock all buttons except the Ppower button) and press Enter.
4. Select Yes and press Enter to confirm the setting.
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5. Press the Menu button to exit.
To disable the Control Panel Lock function, select Off in the Control
Panel Lock menu. Or press and hold the Enter button on the
projector’s control panel for seven seconds. A message is displayed and
the lock is released.
Using Security Locking
The projector includes two security locking points to prevent its theft
when installed or used in public locations:
■
Security cable attachment. You can attach a commercially
available security cable as shown below to secure the projector to
the wall mount (setting plate).
Kensington
security slot
Security cable
attachment bar
■
Kensington security slot. The security slot (located on the side
of the projector) is compatible with the MicroSaver security
systems manufactured by Kensington. You can purchase this lock
from Epson (see page 20).
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6l
Using the Projector on a
Network
T
his chapter tells you how to prepare to send images to your
projector through a wired or wireless network.
note
If you want to use the
interactive pens while
projecting through a wired
or wireless network, you
must connect the USB cable
from the projector to your
computer.
Using EasyMP Network Projection, you can project images shown on
your computer screen—including text, graphics, and video—directly
to your audience. See the EasyMP Network Projection Operation Guide
for information on features and use.
You can use EasyMP Monitor (available for Windows only) to
monitor and control your projector through the network. For
information on installing and using EasyMP Monitor, see the EasyMP
Monitor Operation Guide.
You’ll find instructions in this chapter on:
■
Connecting the projector to a wired LAN
■
Installing the optional wireless LAN module
■
Using Quick Wireless Connection
■
Configuring projector and network settings
■
Using wireless security options
■
Sending e-mail alerts and monitoring the projector
■
Using a browser to control the projector
For wireless connection, make sure you’ve installed the optional
wireless LAN module, as described on page 89. Then follow the steps
in this chapter to use Quick Wireless Connection (Windows only) or
configure your projector and network. See the EasyMP Network
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Projection Operation Guide for instructions on installing the software.
The guide also contains instructions on using the software to project
over the network.
If you want to use the interactive pens while projecting through a
wired or wireless network, you must set the USB Type B option to
Wireless Mouse in the Extended menu. See page 78 for more
information.
Connecting to a Wired Network
With a shielded, Category-5 Ethernet cable, you can connect the
projector to your network and configure it with an IP address. You
can then project from multiple computers on your network without
changing any cables.
1. Connect the projector to your network using a commercially
available 100BaseTX or 10BaseT network cable. Connect the
cable to the LAN port on the projector as shown.
Network cable
2. Connect the other end to your Ethernet hub or router.
3. Point the remote control at the projector and press the Ppower
button.
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4. Press the LAN button on the remote control to select network as
the source.
5. Press the Menu button on the remote control, select the
Network menu, then press Enter.
6. Choose Network Configuration and press Enter.
7. Select the Wired LAN menu and press Enter.
8. Choose IP Settings and press Enter. You see a screen like the
following:
9. Do one of the following:
■
If your network assigns addresses automatically, turn on the
DHCP setting.
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■
If your network does not assign addresses automatically, turn
off DHCP and enter the projector’s IP Address, Subnet
Mask, and Gateway Address, as needed.
To enter numbers, use the arrow buttons on the remote
control to select each number on the screen, then press the
Enter button. When you’re finished entering an address in
the network menu, highlight Finish, then press the Enter
button.
10. Press Esc to return to the previous menu.
11. To prevent the IP address from appearing on the standby screen,
set the IP Address Display setting to Off.
12. When you’re done making these changes, press Esc, select
Complete and press Enter. Then select Yes and press Enter
again to save your settings.
Press Menu to exit the menu system.
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Installing the Optional Wireless LAN
Module
Make sure you have the optional Wireless LAN Module. Turn off the
projector and disconnect the power cord before you install the
module.
1. Open the air filter cover by sliding the switch and lifting the
cover.
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2. Insert the wireless LAN module as shown.
3. As a security feature, you can fasten the module using the screw
that came with it.
Insert
screw here
4. Close the air filter cover.
If you have the optional Quick Wireless Connection USB key
(V12H005M005), you can use Quick Wireless connection as
described in the next section (Windows only). Or, you can configure
your connection manually as described on page 91.
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Using Quick Wireless Connection
Using the optional Quick Wireless Connection USB key, you can
connect the projector to a Windows computer wirelessly without any
configuration.
First, make sure you have installed the wireless module as described on
page 89 and turned on the projector.
1. Connect the USB key to the projector’s TypeA (flat)
port.
USB
note
Do not attempt to write to
the USB key or use it as a
flash memory drive.
2. When you see a projected message that the network information
update is complete, remove the USB key.
3. Connect the USB key to a USB port on your computer or
notebook.
In Windows 7 or Windows Vista, if you see the AutoPlay
window, select Run LaunchU3.exe. When you see the User
Account Control screen, click Allow.
4. Follow the instructions on the screen to install the Quick Wireless
Connection driver.
If you see a Windows Firewall message, click Yes to disable the
firewall.
After a few moments, your computer image will be displayed
through the projector. If not, try restarting your computer.
note
The Quick Wireless
Connection utility will
disable any other wireless
sessions and adapter
programs. Make sure you
leave the USB key in your
computer for your entire
Quick Wireless Connection
session.
5. When you’re done with your presentation, remove the USB key.
You may need to restart your computer to reactivate your wireless
interface.
Configuring Basic Settings
You can give your projector a unique name, enable a projector
keyword, or create a password for controlling the projector over the
Web.
1. Press the Menu button, then choose Network and press Enter.
2. Choose Network Configuration and press Enter.
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3. Choose Basic and press Enter. You see the following screen:
4. Make sure the projector has a unique name, so you can identify it
on your network.
If you need to rename it, highlight the Projector name text box
then press Enter.
5. Use the arrow buttons on the remote control to select individual
letters; then press Enter to input a character. To add a blank space
or to navigate backward and forward through the input text,
highlight the arrows and press Enter. To toggle symbol settings or
capital letters, highlight the option and press Enter. When you’re
done, highlight Finish and press Enter.
6. If you want to create a password for using PJLink to control the
projector, highlight PJLink Password, press Enter, and enter a
password of up to 8 alphanumeric characters. When you’re done,
highlight Finish and press Enter.
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7. If you want to create a password for remote access to the
projector, highlight Web Control Password, press Enter, and
enter a password of up to 8 alphanumeric characters. When you’re
done, highlight Finish and press Enter.
8. If you want to set up a security keyword so that only people who
are in the same room as the projector can access it, turn Projector
keyword on. Then when you want to connect to the projector, it
displays a randomized four-digit number or “keyword” on the
screen. If you’re using EasyMP Network Projection, you can enter
the keyword on your computer to connect (see the EasyMP
Network Projection Operation Guide for details).
9. When you’re done making these settings, press Esc, choose
Complete and press Enter, then choose Yes and press Enter to
save your settings.
Configuring a Wireless Connection
After you install the optional wireless LAN module, you can use the
EasyMP Network Projection software to connect to the projector and
send images wirelessly in two modes: Ad Hoc mode or Access Point
mode.
■
■
Ad Hoc mode (computer-to-computer mode) lets you connect
just one computer to the projector at a time; it’s easy to set up,
and the only equipment you need is a computer with a wireless
(802.11g, 802.11b, or 802.11a) network card or adapter, or a
Macintosh with an AirPort® or AirPort Extreme card. When you
connect with this mode, any connection to other wireless
networks is broken; you can connect to the projector only.
Access Point mode (infrastructure mode) lets multiple computers
access the projector at the same time and easily trade off control
over the projector. To use Access Point mode, you need a wireless
(802.11g, 802.11b, or 802.11a) access point or an AirPort
Extreme (or AirPort) base station, and one or more computers
with wireless network cards or adapters.
note
Make sure you’ve installed
the EasyMP Network
Projection software as
described in the EasyMP
Network Projection
Operation Guide.
To connect to the projector
over a wireless network, your
computer must be running
Windows 2000, XP, Vista,
or Windows 7. Your Mac
must be running Mac OS X
10.3 to 10.6.
Access Point mode
(infrastructure mode) is
required to achieve transfer
speeds up to 54MB/sec on an
802.11g network. Ad Hoc
mode (computer-tocomputer mode) limits
network connections to
11MB/sec. This is a
standard specification of
802.11g networking.
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Configuring the Projector
1. Press the Menu button, then choose Network and press Enter.
2. Choose Network Configuration and press Enter.
3. Choose Wireless LAN and press Enter. You see this screen:
4. Make sure Wireless LAN Power is set to On. You can turn it off
to prevent unauthorized access.
5. Select one of the following connection modes:
■
Quick mode lets you easily connect one computer to the
projector at a time. You can also select this setting when
you’re using the optional Epson Quick Wireless Connection
USB key.
■
Advanced mode lets multiple computers access the projector
at the same time and easily trade off control of the projector.
This method requires a wireless network access point or an
AirPort Extreme (or AirPort) base station.
6. If your network is using 802.11a, use the arrow buttons on the
remote control to highlight 802.11a, then press Enter to select it.
Press Esc to return to the previous menu.
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7. Highlight SSID, press Enter, and enter the name you want to
assign to the projector (Quick mode), or the name of your
existing wireless network (Advanced mode):
Use the arrow buttons to select individual letters; then press Enter
to input a character. To add a blank space or to navigate backward
and forward through the input text, highlight the arrows and
press Enter. To toggle symbol settings or capital letters, highlight
the option and press Enter. When you’re done, highlight Finish
and press Enter.
Note that the SSID is case-sensitive (if you enter the name in
uppercase on the projector, you must type it the same way on the
computer connecting to the projector).
8. Select IP Settings and do one of the following:
■
If your network assigns addresses automatically, turn on the
DHCP setting.
■
If your network does not assign addresses automatically, turn
off DHCP and enter the projector’s IP Address, Subnet
Mask, and Gateway Address, as needed.
To enter numbers, use the arrow buttons on the remote
control to select each number on the screen, then press the
Enter button. When you’re finished entering an address in
the network menu, highlight Finish, then press the Enter
button.
9. If you want to prevent the SSID from being displayed on the
standby screen, set the SSID Display option to Off.
note
For specific details about
your network, please consult
your network administrator.
If you’re using AirPort, start
the AirPort Admin utility,
select your base station and
click Configure. Then click
the Network tab to see your
base station’s IP address.
10. To prevent the IP address from appearing on the standby screen,
set the IP Address Display setting to Off. Press Esc to return to
the previous menu.
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11. When you’re done making these settings, press Esc. Choose
Complete and press Enter, then choose Yes and press Enter to
save your settings.
Now you’re ready to select the wireless network your computer, as
described below.
Selecting Wireless Network Settings in
Windows
note
Settings may vary,
depending on your wireless
network adapter. See the
documentation for your
adapter for more
information.
Before connecting to the projector, select the correct wireless network
on your computer.
1. To access your wireless utility software, double-click the network
icon on the Windows taskbar.
2. Do one of the following:
■
If your projector is set up on an existing network (Advanced
mode), select the network name (SSID).
■
If your projector is configured for Quick mode, select the
SSID you assigned to the projector.
3. Click Connect.
Now you’re ready to connect to the projector. See the EasyMP
Network Projection Operation Guide for details.
Selecting Wireless Network Settings in Mac OS
Before connecting to the projector, select the correct wireless network
on your computer.
1. Click the AirPort icon on the menu bar at the top of the screen.
2. Make sure AirPort is turned on, then do one of the following:
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■
If your projector is set up on an existing network (Advanced
mode), select the network name (SSID).
■
If your projector is configured for Quick mode, select the
SSID you assigned to the projector.
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Using Wireless Security Options
note
The projector includes WEP and WPA data encryption security
options which you can enable for network projection.
Make sure the settings you select match the ones used by your
network; follow the directions from your network administrator.
The authentication and
firewall features are only
effective when the access
point for the connection
destination supports the
same functions.
See the following sections to enable security options on your
projector:
■
“Enabling WEP Encryption” below
■
“Enabling WPA Security” on page 99
You also need to enable security settings from EasyMP Network
Projection (see page 100).
Enabling WEP Encryption
1. Press Menu on the projector remote. Highlight Network and
then press Enter.
2. Choose Network Configuration and press Enter.
3. Highlight Security, then press Enter. You see the following
screen:
4. Press Enter to select Security, then select WEP and press Enter.
Press Esc to return to the previous menu.
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5. For the WEP encryption setting, select 128Bit or 64Bit and press
Enter. Press Esc to return to the previous menu.
6. For Format, highlight ASCII to enable text input or HEX to
enable hexadecimal input, then press Enter. Press Esc to return to
the previous menu.
7. If you chose 64Bit as WEP Encryption, choose Encryption key
1, 2, 3, or 4. Press Esc to return to the previous menu.
note
Text input for WEP
encryption varies with
different access points; check
with your network
administrator. Try ASCII
first. If that doesn’t work,
try Text2 and then Text3.
Highlight the Encryption key that corresponds to the Key ID
you selected, then press Enter. Use the arrow buttons to select
individual letters; then press Enter to input a character. To add a
blank space or to navigate backward and forward through the
input text, highlight the arrows and press Enter. To toggle
symbol settings or capital letters, highlight the option and press
Enter. When you’re done, highlight Finish and press Enter.
8. Check with your network administrator for directions on entering
a key for your network, and follow these general guidelines:
■
For 128 bit WEP encryption with hexadecimal input, enter
26 characters, from 0 to 9 and from A to F.
■
For 64 bit WEP encryption with hexadecimal input, enter 10
characters, from 0 to 9 and from A to F.
■
For 128 bit WEP encryption with ASCII or text input, enter
13 alphanumeric characters.
■
For 64 bit WEP encryption with ASCII or text input, enter 5
alphanumeric characters.
9. For Authentication Type, select Open or Shared, depending on
the setting your network uses. Press Esc to return to the previous
menu.
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10. When you’re done making these settings, press Esc. Choose
Complete and press Enter, then choose Yes and press Enter to
save your settings.
Enabling WPA Security
1. Press Menu. Highlight Network and then press Enter.
2. Choose Network Configuration and press Enter.
3. Highlight Security, then press Enter. You see the following
screen:
4. Press Enter to show the menu, then choose one of the following
and press Enter.
■
WPA-PSK (TKIP)
■
WPA-PSK (AES)
■
WPA2-PSK (TKIP)
■
WPA2-PSK (AES)
5. Press Esc to return to the previous screen.
6. Highlight the PSK (pre-shared key) and press Enter. Use the
arrow buttons to select individual letters; then press Enter to
input a character. To add a blank space or to navigate backward
and forward through the input text, highlight the arrows and
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note
If the password is longer
than 32 characters, enter it
by accessing the projector
from a web browser. This
lets you enter up to 63
characters. See page 104 for
details.
press Enter. To toggle symbol settings or capital letters, highlight
the option and press Enter. When you’re done, highlight Finish
and press Enter.
7. When you’re done making these settings, press Esc. Choose
Complete and press Enter, then choose Yes and press Enter to
save your settings.
Enabling Data Encryption from EasyMP
Network Projection
When using the EasyMP Network Projection software, follow these
steps to enable data encryption.
1. Click Set options on the main screen.
2. Click the General Settings tab.
3. Select the Encrypt communications checkbox.
4. Click OK.
For more information, see the EasyMP Network Projection Operation
Guide.
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Using the EasyMP Software
Once you’ve set up your projector and computer for network
projection, see the EasyMP Network Projection Operation Guide for
instructions on the following EasyMP features:
■
Starting EasyMP Network Projection
■
Projecting over the network (content over IP)
■
Multi-screen projection
■
Using Presentation mode
■
Connecting to a projector on a different subnet
Using Projector E-mail Alerts
When this feature is enabled, the projector sends you an e-mail alert if
it has any problems.
1. Press the Menu button on the remote control, select the
Network menu, then press Enter.
2. Choose Network Configuration and press Enter.
3. Choose Mail, then press Enter. You see the following screen:
4. Highlight On to receive email notifications, then press Enter.
Press Esc to return to the previous menu.
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5. Enter the IP address 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).
note
If a critical problem develops
with a projector which
causes it to suddenly stop
working, it may not be
possible for the projector to
send a message.
If Standby Mode is set to
Communication ON in
the Extended menu, the
projector can still be
monitored even if the
projector is in standby mode
(when the power is off).
To enter numbers, use the arrow buttons on the remote control to
select each number on the screen, then press the Enter button.
When you’re finished entering an address in the network menu,
highlight Finish, then press the Enter button.
6. Enter the SMTP server’s port number. The default value is 25.
You can enter a numeric value from 1 to 65535.
7. Choose one of the Address fields and press Enter. Then enter
the e-mail address and the contents of the message that you will
receive when a problem or warning occurs. You can register up to
three addresses. You can enter up to 32 alphanumeric characters
for the e-mail address.
8. When you’re done making these settings, press Esc. Choose
Complete and press Enter, then choose Yes and press Enter to
save your settings.
When the selected problem or warning occurs, an e-mail message is
sent to the specified notification addresses. The subject line of the
e-mail is EPSON Projector.
The e-mail includes the following information:
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■
Line 1: The name of the projector where the problem has
occurred
■
Line 2: The IP address of the projector where the problem has
occurred
■
Line 3: Details of the problem
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Using SNMP to Monitor the Projector
Network administrators can use SNMP (Simple Network
Management Protocol) to monitor projectors.
note
1. Press the Menu button on the remote control, select the
Network menu, then press Enter.
2. Choose Network Configuration and press Enter.
3. Choose Others, then press Enter. You see the following screen:
If you’re a network
administrator, you can use
the SNMP option to enter a
trap IP address. This lets you
receive trap alerts for the
projectors you’re monitoring.
4. Turn on the SNMP setting.
5. Enter up to two IP addresses for notification in the Trap IP
Address fields.
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).
To enter numbers, use the arrow buttons on the remote control to
select each number on the screen, then press the Enter button.
When you’re finished entering an address in the network menu,
highlight Finish, then press the Enter button.
6. For Priority Gateway, select Wired or Wireless. Press Esc to
return to the previous screen.
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7. If your network environment uses an AMX controller, select ON
to allow the projector to be detected by AMX Device Discovery.
8. When you’re done making these settings, press Esc. Choose
Complete and press Enter, then choose Yes and press Enter to
save your settings.
Using a Browser to Control the Projector
You can use a standard web browser to monitor and control the
projector through the network. Because you can use your computer’s
keyboard, you may find it easier to make network settings using your
browser than using the projector’s remote control.
1. Make sure the projector is set up for your network, as described
on page 86. (Standby Mode in the Extended menu should be set
to Communication On to monitor the projector in standby
mode.) When using a browser to access the projector, you cannot
connect through a proxy server.
2. Open your web browser and enter the IP address of the projector
you want to monitor in the browser window.
If you’re not sure what the address of the projector is, turn the
projector on and select Net. Info.-Wired LAN or Net.
Info.-Wireless LAN from the Network menu to display the IP
address of the projector. Do not enter the leading zeroes.
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3. Press Enter, or, if you set a Web control password in the
projector’s Network menu, enter your user name and password,
then press Enter. You see a screen like the following:
4. Select one of the menu options listed on the screen, then change
any of the settings as needed. These settings correspond to those
found in the projector’s menu system.
You cannot change the following settings using a web browser:
■
Pointer Shape, Pattern, or User Button in the Settings
menu
■
User’s Logo, High Altitude Mode, and Language in the
Extended menu
■
Reset All and Reset Lamp Hours in the Reset menu
■
Password protection
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Using Web Remote Control
When you access the projector through your browser, you can display
a “virtual remote control” on your computer screen. This lets you
change sources and perform many of the same functions as you can
with the physical remote control.
From the Projector Control menu, select Web Remote. You see the
following screen:
Power button
Source Search
button
Computer button
LAN button
Video button
USB button
A/V Mute button
Volume buttons
Pause button
Page-up/down
buttons
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Closed captioning
button
■
The Power button turns the projector on and off.
■
The Search button searches for signal sources (see page 43).
■
The Computer button selects a computer signal (connected to the
Computer1 or Computer2 port).
■
The Video button selects a video signal (connected to the Video
or S-Video port).
■
The LAN button selects a network signal or wireless signal (using
the optional wireless unit).
■
The USB button selects USB computer display (see page 25) or a
signal from equipment connected to the TypeA
(flat) USB
port, such as a document camera (see page 37).
■
The Pause button stops the image (see page 61).
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■
A/V Mute button temporarily turns off the picture and sound (see
page 60).
■
The Page Up/Down buttons control PowerPoint slides (requires
USB cable. See page 64).
■
The Volume buttons raise or lower the audio volume.
■
The CC (Closed Captioning) button lets you display closed
captioning for content that provides it.
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7
Maintaining the Projector
Y
our projector needs little maintenance. All you have to do on a
regular basis is clean the lens, and check that the air filter and vents are
clean. A clogged air filter or vent can block ventilation needed to cool
the projector.
warning
Before you clean any part of
the projector, turn it off and
unplug the power cord.
Never open any cover on the
projector, except the lamp
cover. Dangerous electrical
voltages in the projector can
injure you severely. Do not
try to service this product
yourself, except as specifically
explained in this User’s
Guide. Refer all other
servicing to qualified service
personnel.
The only parts you should replace are the lamp and air filter. If any
other part needs replacing, contact your dealer or a qualified servicer.
This chapter covers the following:
■
Cleaning the projection window
■
Cleaning the projector case
■
Cleaning the air filter
■
Replacing the air filter
■
Replacing the lamp
■
Replacing the pen batteries
■
Replacing the remote control batteries
■
Transporting the projector
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Cleaning the Projection Window
Clean the projection window whenever you notice dirt or dust on the
surface.
caution
Do not rub the projection
window with harsh
materials or subject it to
shocks, or you may damage
the window.
Do not use wax, alcohol,
benzene, paint thinner, or
other chemical detergents.
These can damage the case.
To remove dirt or smears on the window, use a commercially available
cloth for cleaning glasses.
Cleaning the Projector Case
Before cleaning, turn off the projector and unplug the power cord.
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■
To remove dirt or dust, wipe the case with a soft, dry, lint-free
cloth.
■
To remove stubborn dirt or stains, moisten a soft cloth with water
and a neutral detergent and firmly wring the cloth dry. Then wipe
the case.
Maintaining the Projector
Cleaning the Air Filter
Your projector includes an air filter to ensure the best performance
and help protect your equipment investment. If dust collects on the
air filter, clean it as described here. Dust clogs prevent proper
ventilation and can cause overheating, which can damage the
projector.
note
To order replacement air
filters, request part number
V13H134A27. See page 20
for ordering information.
1. Turn off the projector.
2. Remove dust from the air filter using a small vacuum cleaner
designed for computer or office equipment, or gently clean the
vent with a soft brush (such as an artist’s paintbrush).
You can remove the air filter to clean both sides.
If the filter is too dirty or broken, replace the filter as described below.
Replacing the Air Filter
You need to replace the air filter if:
■
You cannot remove the dust from it
■
The air filter is damaged or torn
■
You repeatedly see a projected message telling you to clean or
replace it
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Contact your dealer or call Epson at 800-GO-EPSON
(800-463-7766) to obtain a new air filter. Request part number
V13H134A27.
1. Turn off the projector and unplug the power cord.
2. Slide the switch, then open the air filter cover on the side of the
projector.
note
3. Grasp the tab and pull the air filter straight out as shown.
Air filters contain
polycarbonate, ABS resin,
and polyurethane foam.
Dispose of used air filters
according to local
regulations.
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4. Press in the new air filter until it clicks into place.
Replacing the Lamp
note
Turn off this product when
not in use to prolong the life
of the projector.
The life span of the projection lamp is about 2500 hours if Power
Consumption in the Settings menu is Normal (default), and 3500
hours if this setting is ECO. See page 117 to check the lamp usage.
It is time to replace the lamp when:
■
The projected image gets darker or starts to deteriorate.
■
The message Replace the lamp appears on the screen and the
Lamp light flashes orange. To maintain projector brightness
and image quality, replace the lamp as soon as possible.
You may also need to replace the lamp if the
red. See page 123.
Lamp light flashes
Contact your dealer or call Epson at 800-GO-EPSON
(800-463-7766). Request part number V13H010L57.
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warning
Let the lamp cool fully
before replacing it.
In the unlikely event that
the lamp has broken, small
glass fragments may be
present and should be
removed carefully to avoid
injury. If the projector has
been installed on the ceiling,
you should stand to the side
of the lamp cover, not
underneath it.
If the lamp is used after the
replacement period has
passed, the possibility that
the lamp may break
increases. When a lamp
replacement message
appears, replace the lamp
with a new one as soon as
possible, even if it is still
working.
Follow these steps to replace the lamp:
1. Turn off the projector and unplug the power cord.
2. Let the projector cool for at least an hour (if it has been on). The
lamp is extremely hot immediately after use.
3. Loosen the lamp cover screw (you cannot remove it). Then slide
the lamp cover off.
4. Loosen the two screws holding the lamp in place (you can’t
remove them).
Loosen, but don’t
remove these screws
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5. Grasp the lamp handle as shown and pull it straight out.
note
The lamp(s) in this
product contain mercury.
Please consult your state and
local regulations regarding
disposal or recycling. Do not
put in the trash.
6. Gently insert the new lamp along the guide rail, then push it in
place.
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7. Tighten its screws, then press it in by the handle until it clicks
into place.
8. Replace the lamp cover, then tighten its screw.
note
Tighten the lamp cover
securely so you do not receive
a lamp cover error when you
turn the projector back on.
9. Reset the lamp timer as described in the next section.
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Resetting the Lamp Timer
After you replace the lamp, you need to reset the lamp timer using the
projector’s menu system.
1. Press the Menu button on the remote control or on the
projector’s control panel. You see the main menu.
2. Select the Reset menu and press Enter. You see this screen:
3. Select Reset Lamp Hours and press Enter.
4. When you see the prompt, select Yes and press Enter.
5. When you’re finished, press Menu to exit.
Checking Lamp Usage
To check the number of hours the lamp has been used, press the
Menu button and highlight the Info menu. You see a screen like this:
note
The information displayed
depends on the input signal
currently selected.
If you have used the
projector for less than
10 hours, the hours are
listed as 0H.
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The life span of the lamp is about 2500 hours if Power
Consumption in the Settings menu is Normal (default), and 3500
hours if this setting is ECO. Make sure you have a spare lamp handy if
the usage hours on this menu are close to the life span of your lamp.
caution
When replacing batteries,
take the following
precautions:
■
Replace the batteries as
soon as they run out. If the
batteries leak, wipe away
battery fluid with a soft
cloth. If fluid gets on your
hands, wash immediately.
Replacing the Pen Batteries
To check the pen batteries, press the button. If the indicator light is
green, the battery has enough power.
Battery indicator
light
Button
■
Do not expose batteries to
heat or flame.
■
Dispose of used batteries
according to local
regulations.
■
Do not use batteries other
than those specified in this
User’s Guide and do not
use batteries of different
types or mix old and new
batteries.
If you need to replace the batteries, use two alkaline AAA batteries. If
you have a battery charger, you can also use rechargeable AAA
batteries.
1. Press in the tab on the battery cover as you lift the cover off.
■
Keep these batteries out of
the reach of children.
Batteries are choking
hazards and are very
dangerous if swallowed.
2. Install two batteries, inserting the + and – ends as shown.
warning
If you have a battery
charger, use the charger only
with rechargeable batteries.
To avoid injury, do not
place regular alkaline
batteries in a battery
charger.
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3. Replace the battery cover and press it down until it clicks into
place.
Replacing the Remote Control Batteries
Replace the batteries in the remote as described below:
1. Turn the remote control over.
2. Press in on the catch on the battery cover as you lift the cover off.
3. Install two AA alkaline batteries, inserting the + and – ends as
shown.
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4. Replace the battery cover and press it down until it clicks into
place.
Transporting the Projector
The projector contains many glass and precision parts.
note
Epson shall not be liable for
any damages incurred
during transportation.
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Follow these guidelines to prevent damage when transporting it:
■
When shipping the projector for repairs, use the original
packaging material if possible. If you do not have the original
packaging, use equivalent materials, placing plenty of cushioning
around the projector.
■
When transporting the projector a long distance, first place it in a
hard-shell shipping case, then pack it in a firm box with
cushioning around the case.
Maintaining the Projector
8
Solving Problems
T
his chapter helps you solve problems with your projector and tells
you how to contact technical support for problems you can’t solve
yourself. The following information is included:
■
Using the projector’s on-screen help system
■
What to do when the projector’s status lights flash
■
Solving projector operation problems
■
Solving problems with the image or sound
■
Solving problems with the interactive pens
■
Solving password problems
■
Solving network problems
■
Solving problems with the remote control
■
Contacting technical support
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Using On-Screen Help
If the image doesn’t look right or your audio isn’t working, you can
get help by pressing the ? Help button on the projector or the remote
control.
1. Press the ? Help button on the remote control or on the
projector. You see the Help menu:
2. Use the arrow buttons on the remote control or the projector to
highlight menu items.
3. Press the Enter button on the remote control or the projector to
select the menu item and read the solutions.
4. To exit the help system, press the ? Help button or Esc button.
If none of the suggestions solve your problem, see additional solutions
to problems in the following sections.
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Checking Projector Status
If your projector isn’t working correctly, first turn it off and unplug it.
Then plug the power cord back in and turn on the projector. If this
doesn’t solve the problem, check the lights on top of the projector.
What To Do When the Lights Flash
The lights on top of the projector indicate the projector’s status.
Power light
Temperature
light
Lamp light
Refer to the following tables for a complete description of the
projector’s status lights:
Power light status
P Power light status
Description
Flashing green
The projector is warming up. Wait for the image to appear.
Green
The projector is operating normally.
Orange
The projector is in sleep or standby mode. You can unplug it or press the
P power button to turn it on.
Flashing orange
Preparing for network monitoring or cooling down.
Red or flashing red
There is a problem with the projector. Check the next table to diagnose the
problem.
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Error light(s) status
Error light(s) status
P Green or orange
Flashing orange
Off
P Flashing red
Off
Flashing orange
P Red
Off
Red
Description
It’s time to replace the lamp. See page 113 for instructions. If you continue to
use the lamp after the replacement warning, there is an increased possibility
that the lamp may break.
Rapid cooling is in progress. Although this is not an abnormal condition,
projection will stop automatically if the temperature rises higher. Make sure
there is plenty of space around and under the projector for ventilation, and that
the air filter and vents are clean.
The projector is overheating, which turns the lamp off automatically. Wait until
the projector switches to standby mode (about 5 minutes). Make sure there is
plenty of space around and under the projector for ventilation.
The air filter may be clogged. Clean or replace the air filter as described on
pages 111 to 113.
If you’re using the projector above an altitude of 4,900 feet (1,500 meters), turn
on High Altitude Mode in the Operation menu (see page 78).
If the projector continues to overheat after you clean the air filter, stop using
the projector, disconnect the power cord, and contact Epson for help as
described on page 140.
P Flashing red
Red
Flashing red
P Red
Off
Flashing red
P Red
Flashing red
Off
Warning: Except as specifically explained in this User’s Guide, do not attempt
to service this product yourself.
The projector has an internal problem. Stop using the projector, disconnect the
power cord, and contact Epson for help, as described on page 140.
There is a problem with the fan or temperature sensor. Stop using the
projector, disconnect the power cord, and contact Epson as described on
page 140.
The lamp may be burnt out. First make sure the lamp cover is securely
installed. If that’s not the problem, the air filter may be clogged. Clean or
replace the air filter as described on pages 111 to 113.
If this does not resolve the problem, let the lamp cool and then remove it. If the
lamp is cracked, replace it as described on page 113. If the lamp is not cracked,
reinstall it. If reinstalling doesn’t work, replace the lamp.
If you’re using the projector above an altitude of 4,921 feet (1,500 meters), turn
on High Altitude Mode in the Operation menu (see page 78).
P Flashing red
Flashing red
Flashing red
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If none of these suggestions resolves the problem, contact Epson as described
on page 140.
The projector has an Auto Iris error or power error. Stop using the projector,
disconnect the power cord, and contact Epson for help, as described on
page 140.
Solving Projector Operation Problems
The power doesn’t turn on.
■
If the projector doesn’t turn on when you press the Ppower
button, make sure the power cord is connected to the projector
and plugged into a working electrical outlet.
■
The power cord may be defective. Disconnect the cord from the
outlet and contact Epson as described on page 140.
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If you’re using the Direct Power On function and you
immediately plug the power cord back in after unplugging it, the
power may not turn back on. Press the Ppower button to turn
the projector back on.
The buttons on the projector don’t work.
If the Control Panel Lock function has been enabled, you can’t use the
buttons on the projector. Try using the remote control instead, or
press and hold the projector’s Enter button for seven seconds to
release the lock (see page 83).
You are having trouble projecting through the USB cable
connection.
■
If the USB Display driver is not installed automatically the first
time you connect the cable, do one of the following:
Windows: Double-click Computer or My Computer >
EPSON_PJ_UD > EMP_USDE.EXE.
Mac OS: Double-click EPSON_PJ_UD > USB Display
Installer.
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If nothing is projected after the drivers are installed, do one of the
following:
Windows: Select
or Start > All Programs or Programs >
EPSON Projector > EPSON USB Display > EPSON USB
Display Vx.x.
Mac OS: Click the USB Display icon in the Dock. If you don’t
see it, open the USB Display folder in the Applications folder
and run USB Display.
■
Make sure USB Type B in the Extended menu is set to USB
Display (see page 78).
■
In Windows, if the mouse pointer flickers, select All Programs or
Programs > EPSON Projector > EPSON USB Display >
EPSON USB Display Vx.x., then clear the Transfer layered
window checkbox.
Solving Problems With the Image
or Sound
No image appears on the screen.
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■
Check that the Ppower light is green and not flashing. Also press
the A/V Mute button on the remote control to make sure the
picture has not been turned off temporarily.
■
The projector may be in standby or sleep mode. If the Ppower
light is orange, press the Ppower button to turn the projector on.
■
If the power was switched off and then on again, the projector
may be cooling down. Wait until the Ppower light stops flashing
and remains orange; then press the Ppower button again.
■
The attached computer may be in sleep mode or displaying a
black screen saver. Try pressing a key on the computer.
■
If you are projecting from a DVD player or other video source,
make sure you turn it on and press its Play button.
■
If you are projecting video from a laptop, you may need to set the
laptop to external output only.
■
If you are projecting from a composite or S-Video video source,
make sure the Video Signal setting is correct (see page 73).
■
You can also try resetting all of the menu settings (see page 71).
■
If you’re projecting through your computer’s USB port, make
sure the USB Type B setting in the Extended menu is set to USB
Display (see page 78).
With Windows, you may need to install the USB display drivers
manually by clicking My Computer or Computer >
EPSON_PJ_UD > EMP_UDSE.EXE. If nothing is projected after
the USB display drivers are installed, click All Programs or
Programs > EPSON Projector > EPSON USB Display >
EPSON USB Display Vx.x on your computer.
With Mac OS X, click the USB Display icon in the Dock. If
there is no USB Display icon in the Dock, open the USB Display
folder in the Applications folder and run USB Display.
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If you see a black screen and you are connected through your
computer’s USB port (or through your network), the application
may be using DirectX drawing features, which are not supported.
You’ve connected a computer and see a blue screen with the
message No Signal displayed.
■
Make sure the cables are connected correctly, as described
beginning on page 24.
■
If you’ve connected a computer and one or more video sources,
you may need to press the Source Search button to select the
correct source. Allow a few seconds for the projector to sync up
after pressing the button.
■
Make sure the power for your connected equipment is turned on.
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If you’re using a PC notebook:
■
Press the function key that lets you display on an external
monitor. It may have an icon such as
, or it may be labelled
CRT/LCD. You may have to hold down the Fn key while pressing
it. Allow a few seconds for the projector to sync up after changing
the setting. Check your notebook’s manual or online help for
details.
On most systems, the
key lets you toggle between the LCD
screen and the projector, or display on both at the same time.
■
Depending on your computer’s video card, you might need to use
the Display utility in the Control Panel to make sure that both the
LCD screen and external monitor port are enabled. See your
computer’s documentation or online help for details.
If you’re using Mac OS X:
1. Open System Preferences.
2. Click Display or Displays.
3. Click Detect Displays.
4. Do one of the following:
Mac OS X 10.6: Click Show displays in menu bar.
Other versions of Mac OS X: Make sure the VGA Display or
Color LCD dialog box is selected. Click the Arrangement or
Arrange tab and make sure the Mirror Displays checkbox is
selected.
The message Not Supported is displayed.
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■
Make sure the correct input signal is selected in the Signal menu
(see page 73).
■
Make sure your computer’s resolution and frequency or refresh
rate is supported by the projector (see page 145). If necessary,
change your computer’s settings.
The projector and notebook don’t display the same image
If you’re projecting from a notebook, and you can’t see your image on
the projection screen and on your computer at the same time, follow
these guidelines.
If you’re using a PC notebook:
■
On most systems, there’s a function key that lets you toggle
between the LCD screen and the projector, or display on both at
the same time. It may be labeled CRT/LCD or have an icon such as
. You may have to hold down the Fn key while pressing it.
Allow a few seconds for the projector to sync up after changing
the setting.
■
If the function key doesn’t permit you to display simultaneously
on both screens, you should check your monitor settings to make
sure both the LCD screen and the external monitor port are
enabled.
From the Control Panel, open the Display utility, select the
Settings option, then select the Advanced option (in Windows
Vista, right-click on the desktop, select Personalize, select
Display Settings, then select Advanced Settings). The method
for adjusting the settings varies by brand; you may need to click a
Monitor tab, then make sure the external Monitor port is set as
your primary display and/or enabled. See your computer’s
documentation or online help for details.
If you’re using Mac OS X:
You may need to set up your system to display on the projector screen
as well as the LCD screen. Make sure your projector is connected and
follow these steps:
1. Open System Preferences.
2. Click Display or Displays.
3. Click Detect Displays.
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4. Do one of the following:
Mac OS X 10.6.x: Click Show displays in menu bar.
Other versions of Mac OS X: Make sure the VGA Display or
Color LCD dialog box is selected, click the Arrangement or
Arrange tab, then make sure the Mirror Displays checkbox is
selected.
Only part of the computer image is displayed.
■
Press the Auto button on the remote control or the Enter button
on the projector.
■
Make sure the image Position setting is correct in the Signal
menu. See page 74 for more information.
■
Press the Aspect button on the remote control or select the
correct Aspect setting from the Signal menu. See page 46 for
details on the available options.
■
Press the Esc button on the remote control to cancel the E-Zoom
function.
■
Make sure your computer’s resolution setting is correct. See the
compatible video formats listed on page 145.
■
You also may need to modify existing presentation files if you
created them for a different resolution. See your software
documentation for specific information.
■
If you’re projecting a widescreen computer image, adjust the
Resolution setting (see page 73), if necessary.
■
If you’re projecting an image from a computer with dual display
activated, turn dual display off.
The image isn’t square, but keystone-shaped.
If the image isn’t evenly rectangular, adjust its shape using the
Keystone setting on the Settings menu (see page 75).
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The image contains static or noise.
■
If you’re using a computer cable longer than 6 feet (1.8 meters),
or an extension cable, the image quality may be reduced.
■
Keep your computer and video cables away from the power cord
as much as possible to prevent interference.
■
The video signal may be split between the computer and the
projector. If you notice a decline in the projected image quality
when the image is displayed simultaneously on your notebook
computer and the projector, turn off the notebook’s LCD display.
■
Make sure the correct input signal is selected in the Signal menu
(see page 74).
■
If you’re using a composite, S-Video, or component video source
with 480i signals, turn on the Progressive setting on the Signal
menu (see page 74).
■
If you’ve used the Keystone adjustment, you may need to decrease
the Sharpness setting in the Image menu (see page 72).
■
If you’re projecting from a computer, make sure its signal is
compatible with the projector. See page 145.
■
If you’re projecting from a computer, press the Auto button on
the remote control to reset the projector’s Tracking, Sync, and
Position settings.
The image is blurry.
■
There may be dirt or smears on the projection window. Clean the
window as described on page 110.
■
Adjust the focus using the focus lever (see page 44).
■
Lower the projection angle to reduce the amount of keystone
correction required.
■
If you’re projecting from a computer, you may need to adjust the
tracking and sync settings as described in the next section.
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You see vertical bands or the image still looks blurry after
trying the solutions in the previous section.
note
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If you’re projecting from a computer and displaying an image that
contains a lot of fine detail, you may notice vertical bands or some
of the characters may look heavy or blurred. Press the Auto
button on the remote control or the Enter button on the
projector to reset the projector’s Tracking, Sync, and Position
settings.
■
If further adjustment is needed, you can fine-tune the Tracking
and Sync settings manually using the Signal menu, as described
on page 74.
You must be projecting an
image for the Auto button
to have any effect. It works
only with computer images
projected through the
Computer (Component
Video) port.
1. Fill the screen with an image containing fine detail, such as a
pattern to appear as your desktop background, or try
projecting black text on a white background.
2. Adjust the Tracking to eliminate vertical bands.
3. Adjust the Sync setting to increase the image sharpness.
The image is too light or dark, or colors are incorrect.
note
Because of the different
technologies used, your
projected image may not
exactly match the colors on
your notebook or computer
monitor.
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■
Press the Color Mode button or select a different Color Mode
option in the Image menu. See page 45 for details on the available
options.
■
If you’re displaying video, adjust the Color Adjustment and
Color Mode settings on the Image menu. You can also try
adjusting the Color Saturation, Abs. Color Temp, and Tint
settings on the Image menu.
■
Try adjusting the Brightness and Contrast settings on the Image
menu.
■
Try adjusting the Power Consumption setting (see page 75).
■
Check your computer display settings to correct the color balance.
■
The projector’s lamp may need to be replaced. See page 113 for
instructions.
■
Make sure the correct input signal is selected in the Signal menu
(see page 74).
■
Make sure that all cables are connected to the proper ports and
connected securely.
Nothing appears on an external monitor.
The only images that can be displayed on an external monitor are
computer images connected through the Computer1 or Computer2
port (see page 24).
There is no sound, or the sound is not loud enough.
■
Use the Volume buttons to adjust the volume (see page 62), or
adjust the Volume setting in the Settings menu.
■
Make sure you are using a “no resistance” audio cable.
■
Make sure A/V Mute is not enabled. (Press the A/V Mute button
to disable it.)
■
If your presentation includes computer audio, make sure the
volume control on your computer is not turned all the way down
or muted. In Windows, you may be able to check this by clicking
the volume control in your Windows system tray (lower right
corner of the screen). On a Mac, you may be able to adjust the
volume from your menu bar (top right corner of the screen) or via
the volume control function keys.
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■
If you’re using a DVD player or other video source, make sure the
cables are connected correctly, as described on page 33.
■
If you are using a microphone connected to the projector’s Mic
port, make sure the cable is connected securely and the Mic Input
Volume on the Settings menu is adjusted correctly. See page 75
for more information.
Solving Problems With the Interactive
Pens
You see the message “Hardware device not found” when you
try to use the Easy Interactive Driver.
■
Make sure the USB cable is securely connected to the projector
and computer. Try disconnecting and reconnecting the cable to
your computer.
■
If you’re using a laptop computer, make sure the battery has
enough power.
■
If an antivirus program is running, try disabling it and restarting
the Easy Interactive Driver.
You don’t see the Easy Interactive Driver on your computer.
If you don’t see the
pen icon on your taskbar (Windows) or in
the Dock (Mac OS), do one of the following:
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■
Make sure you install the driver from the CD labeled “Epson
Projector Software for Easy Interactive Function.”
■
In Windows, select All Programs or Programs > Epson
Projector > Easy Interactive Driver.
■
In Mac OS, open the Application folder, then select the Easy
Interactive Driver icon.
■
If the
pen icon has a red X on it, make sure the USB cable is
securely connected to the projector and computer. Try
disconnecting and reconnecting the cable to your computer.
The pen doesn’t work.
■
Make sure nothing is blocking the signal between the pen and the
interactive pen receiver on the projector (see page 14).
■
Make sure the cable cover is in place to keep cables from blocking
the signal.
■
Make sure the pen batteries have enough power. If the light on
the pen doesn’t turn green when you press the button, you need
to replace the batteries.
■
If you are projecting through a wired or wireless network, make
sure the USB Type B option is set to Wireless Mouse in the
Extended menu (see page 78).
■
Dim the room lights and turn off any fluorescent lights. Make
sure the projection surface and the pen receiver are not in direct
sunlight or other sources of bright lighting.
■
Make sure the USB cable is securely connected to the projector
and computer. Try disconnecting and reconnecting the cable to
your computer.
The pen is hard to use.
For easier operation, hold the pen at an angle to the projection
surface.
The pen position is not accurate.
■
If you use the E-Zoom + button on the remote control to enlarge
the image, the pen position will not be accurate. When you return
to the original size, the pen position should be correct.
■
You may need to recalibrate (see page 49).
■
Make sure the cable cover is in place to keep cables from blocking
the signal.
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You’re having trouble calibrating.
■
If the flashing circles don’t appear, make sure the VGA cable and
USB cable are securely connected to the computer. Try restarting
the Easy Interactive Driver, as described on page 134.
■
If the circles don’t stop flashing and turn black (or they stop
flashing and turn black automatically), dim or turn off any bright
lights near the projection surface.
Solving Password Problems
If you cannot enter or remember a password, try the following
solutions:
■
You may have turned on password protection without first setting
a password. Try entering 0000 using the remote control.
■
If you have entered an incorrect password too many times and see
a message displaying a request code, write down the code and
contact Epson as described on page 140.
Solving Network Problems
You can’t display an image using Quick Wireless
Connection.
You may need to restart your computer to connect.
You can’t connect to the projector using EasyMP Network
Projection.
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■
Make sure the network cable is connected, as described on
page 86.
■
If you are using the optional wireless LAN module, make sure it is
installed correctly in the projector, as shown on page 89.
■
Restart your computer.
■
Make sure your projector and computer are configured correctly;
see page 94 (configuring the projector) or page 96 (configuring
the computer).
■
If you are using the optional wireless LAN module, make sure
that you have sufficient wireless signal strength (above 50
percent). On a Mac, check the AirPort icon on the Mac menu
bar. In Windows, see the documentation for your computer’s
wireless card or adapter for details.
■
Make sure you aren’t projecting one of the EasyMP Network
Projection screens. (You should see a message that the projector is
ready to connect.) If you have to exit a configuration screen,
restart EasyMP Network Projection.
■
If the projector is configured for Access Point mode and you’re
using DHCP, allow time for your projector to appear. It takes the
server a little while to pick up the IP address.
■
If you’ve changed any settings for your projector or network, or
restarted your computer, allow a minute or two for the
connection to appear. If you’re using AirPort, try turning AirPort
off and then on again.
■
Make sure that you’re trying to connect to the right network. In
Windows, verify that you’ve enabled your computer’s connection
to the access point or that your wireless card or adapter is enabled
and connected to the same SSID as the projector. On a Mac, click
the AirPort icon at the top of your Mac desktop to make sure
AirPort is turned on and the right network is selected.
■
If you have an access point or AirPort base station and you’re not
using DHCP, check your projector’s IP address on the Access
Point mode advanced settings screen. The first three segments of
the IP address should be identical to the first three segments of the
IP address of your access point or base station. The last segment of
the projector’s IP address should be close, but not identical, to the
last segment of the IP address of the access point or base station.
Solving Problems 137
■
If you’re not using DHCP, check your projector’s Gateway
address on the projector’s Access Point mode advanced settings
screen. It should be identical to the IP address for your access
point or AirPort base station.
■
If you’re using a projector keyword, it changes each time you turn
the projector off and then on again. Check the projector’s
keyword on the LAN standby screen and enter it at the prompt.
■
If you’re using AirPort, check the configuration of your network.
Start the AirPort Admin utility, select your base station, click
Configure and click Show All Settings. Click the Network
tab. If you set up your projector to connect in DHCP mode, turn
on Distribute IP Addresses and Share a Single IP Address.
■
If you’re using AirPort and DHCP is turned off on your
projector’s Access Point mode advanced settings screen, make sure
Distribute IP Addresses is off.
■
If you’re using Access Point mode and you’re connecting to the
wrong network, you may be experiencing signal interference from
another network. Try resetting your access point or base station,
then restart EasyMP Network Projection.
■
If you’re using AirPort, the projector’s SSID should match the
AirPort network name, not the name of the AirPort base station.
To check the network name, start the AirPort Admin utility,
select your base station, and click Configure. Then click Show
All Settings. The network name appears on the AirPort tab.
■
If you’re prompted for a password when you connect, enter the
WEP encryption key (if you’re using WEP encryption).
You are not receiving mail when a projector problem occurs.
138
Solving Problems
■
Make sure the Mail settings are correct in the Network menu. For
details, see page 101.
■
To receive mail notification when the projector is in standby
mode, you need to set Standby Mode to Communication On
in the Extended menu. See page 78.
Solving Problems With the Remote
Control
The projector doesn’t respond to remote control commands.
■
Point the remote control towards the projector’s receiver. Make
sure you are within 19.7 feet (6 meters) of the projector and
within a 30° horizontal angle and a 15° vertical angle from the
projector’s front or back receiver.
■
The remote control’s batteries may not be installed correctly or
may be low on power. To change the batteries, see page 119.
■
Dim the room lights and turn off any fluorescent lights. Make
sure the projector is not in direct sunlight. Strong lighting,
especially fluorescent lights, may affect the projector’s infrared
receivers. Also, turn off any nearby equipment that emits infrared
energy, such as a radiant room heater.
■
If you can’t adjust the room lighting, you can turn off one of the
remote receivers by using the Settings menu. Make sure the
receivers are not both turned off (see page 76).
■
Check to see if a button on the remote control is stuck down,
causing it to enter sleep mode. Release the button to wake the
remote.
■
If you want to use the remote control as a wireless mouse (or to
move through presentation slides), make sure USB Type B in the
Extended menu is set to Wireless Mouse (see page 78). Also,
make sure you have connected the USB cable.
Solving Problems 139
Where To Get Help
Epson provides these technical support services:
Internet Support
Visit Epson’s support website in the US or Canada for solutions to
common problems. You can download utilities and documentation,
get FAQs and troubleshooting advice, or e-mail Epson with your
questions.
Speak to a Support Representative
To use the Epson PrivateLine Support service, call (800) 637-7661
and enter the PIN on the included Epson PrivateLine Support card.
This is the fastest way of speaking to a live representative, and it’s free.
This service is available 6 AM to 6 PM, Pacific Time, Monday through
Friday, for the duration of your warranty period.
You may also speak with a projector support specialist by dialing one
of these numbers:
■
U.S.: (562) 276-4394, 6 AM to 6 PM, Pacific Time, Monday
through Friday.
■
Canada: (905) 709-3839, 6 AM to 6 PM, Pacific Time, Monday
through Friday.
Days and hours of support are subject to change without notice. Toll
or long distance charges may apply.
140
Solving Problems
Before you call for support, please have the following information
ready:
■
Product name (BrightLink 450Wi)
■
Product serial number (located on the bottom of the projector
and on the Info menu)
■
Proof of purchase (such as a store receipt) and date of purchase
■
Computer or video configuration
■
Description of the problem
Software Technical Support
If your projector included RM Easiteach and you need help, call
(866) 728-6758 or visit the following support websites:
www.rmeducation.com/support/et.
www.rmeducation.com/easiteach
For all other software issues, please contact Epson as described on
page 140.
Purchase Supplies and Accessories
You can purchase screens and other accessories from an Epson
authorized reseller. To find the nearest reseller, call 800-GO-EPSON
(800-463-7766). Or you can purchase online at www.epsonstore.com
(U.S. sales) or www.epson.ca (Canadian sales).
Solving Problems 141
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Solving Problems
A
Technical Specifications
General
Type of display
Poly-silicon TFT active matrix
Resolution
(native format)
1280 × 800 pixels (WXGA)
Color reproduction
16.8 million colors
Light output
(brightness)
Normal mode:
White light output 2500 lumens
(ISO 21118 standard)
Color light output 2500 lumens
ECO mode:
White light output 1740 lumens
(ISO 21118 standard)
Color light output 1740 lumens
Contrast ratio
2000:1 (Dynamic color mode, Normal
Power Consumption, with Auto Iris
setting turned on in the Image menu;
see page 71)
Image size
59 to 97 inches (149.8 to 246.4 cm)
Projection distance
18.3 to 30.1 inches (.465 to .766 m),
lens to projection surface
Projection methods
front or rear ceiling mount
Internal sound system
(monaural)
10 W
Optical aspect ratio
16:10 (horizontal:vertical)
Zoom ratio
Digital 1:1.35
143
Noise level
28 dB in ECO mode
35 dB in Normal mode
Keystone correction
±5°
Projection Lamp
note
Lamp life will vary
depending upon mode
selected, environmental
conditions, and usage.
Brightness decreases over
time.
Turn off this product when
not in use to prolong the life
of the projector.
Type
UHE (Ultra High Efficiency
E-TORL®)
Power consumption
230 W
Lamp life
Approx. 2500 hours (Normal mode)
Approx. 3500 hours (ECO mode)
Part number
V13H010L57
Remote Control
Range
19.7 feet (6 meters)
Batteries (2)
Alkaline AA
Dimensions
Height
6.1 inches (155 mm)
Width
19 inches (481 mm)
Depth
14.5 inches (369 mm)
Weight
Approximately 12.9 lb (5.8 kg)
without slide plate
Approximately 14.1 lb (6.3 kg)
with slide plate
Electrical
Rated frequency
50/60 Hz AC
Power supply
100 to 240 VAC ±10%, 3.4 A to 1.4 A
Power consumption
100 to 120 V
144
Technical Specifications
268 W in ECO mode
363 W Normal mode
0.3 W Standby (Communication Off)
10 W Standby (Communication On)
220 to 240 V
257 W in ECO mode
343 W Normal mode
0.3 W Standby (Communication Off)
12 W Standby (Communication On)
Environmental
Temperature
Humidity
(non-condensing)
Operating altitude
Operating: 41 to 95 °F (5 to 35 °C)
Storage: 14 to 140 °F (–10 to 60 °C)
Operating: 20 to 80% RH
0 to 7500 ft (0 to 2286 m);
over 4921 ft (1500 m), enable High
Altitude mode in the Extended menu
(see page 77)
Safety and Approvals
United States
FCC 47CFR Part 15B Class B (DoC)
UL60950-1 Second Edition (cTUVus
Mark)
Canada
ICES-003 Class B
CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1-07
Pixelworks™ DNX™ ICs are used in this projector.
Compatible Video Formats
This projector supports the high definition video and computer
display formats listed here.
To project images output from a computer, the computer’s video card
must be set at a refresh rate (vertical frequency) that’s compatible with
the projector. Some images are automatically resized using Epson’s
SizeWize™ technology to display in the projector’s native format. The
frequencies of some computers may not allow images to display
correctly; see your computer’s documentation for details.
Technical Specifications 145
Computer, component video, composite video, and S-Video
146
Technical Specifications
Mode
Refresh
rate (Hz)
Resolution
VGA—60
VESA—72
VESA—75
VESA—85
60
72
75
85
640 × 480
640 × 480
640 × 480
640 × 480
SVGA—56
SVGA—60
SVGA—72
SVGA—75
SVGA—85
56
60
72
75
85
800 × 600
800 × 600
800 × 600
800 × 600
800 × 600
XGA—60
XGA—70
XGA—75
XGA—85
60
70
75
85
1024 × 768
1024 × 768
1024 × 768
1024 × 768
SXGA1—70
SXGA1—75
SXGA1—85
70
75
85
1152 × 864
1152 × 864
1152 × 864
WXGA—60
WXGA—75
WXGA—85
60
75
85
1280 × 800
1280 × 800
1280 × 800
SXGA2—60
SXGA2—75
SXGA2—85
60
75
85
1280 × 960
1280 × 960
1280 × 960
SXGA3—60
SXGA3—75
SXGA3—85
60
75
85
1280 × 1024
1280 × 1024
1280 × 1024
WXGA1—60
WXGA2—60
60
60
1280 × 768
1360 × 768
WXGA+—60
WXGA+—75
WXGA+—85
60
75
85
1440 × 900
1440 × 900
1440 × 900
SXGA+60
SXGA+75
60
75
1400 × 1050
1400 × 1050
UXGA—60
60
1600 × 1200
WSXGA+—60*
60
1680 × 1050
Computer, component video, composite video, and S-Video
Mode
Refresh
rate (Hz)
Resolution
MAC13
MAC16
MAC19
MAC19-60
MAC21
67
75
75
60
75
640 × 480
832 × 624
1024 × 768
1024 × 768
1152 × 870
NTSC
NTSC 4:43
PAL
N-PAL
M-PAL
PAL—60
SECAM
60
60
50
50
60
60
50
720 × 480
720 × 480
720 × 576
720 × 576
720 × 576
720 × 576
720 × 576
SDTV (480i)
SDTV (576i)
SDTV (480p)
SDTV (576p)
HDTV (720p)
HDTV (1080i)
60
50
60
50
60/50
60/50
720 × 480
720 × 576
720 × 480
720 × 576
1280 × 720
1920 × 1080
* Available only when you select Wide as the Resolution setting
Technical Specifications 147
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Technical Specifications
B
Notices
This appendix includes safety instructions and other important information
about your projector.
Important Safety Instructions
Follow these safety instructions when setting up and using the projector:
■
Do not look into the lens when the projector is on. The bright light can
damage your eyes.
■
Do not operate the projector on its side, or while tilted to one side.
Do not tilt the projector forward or back at a greater angle than that
specified for keystone correction (see page 144).
■
The projector should be installed by qualified technicians using
mounting hardware designed for use with this projector.
■
If you apply adhesives to the mount to prevent the screws from
loosening, or if you use lubricants or oils on the projector, the projector
case may crack and the projector may fall from its mount. This could
cause serious injury to anyone under the mount and could damage the
projector. When installing or adjusting the mount, do not use adhesives
to prevent the screws from loosening and do not use oils or lubricants.
■
Do not use the projector where it may be exposed to rain, water, or
excessive humidity.
■
Unplug the projector from the wall outlet before cleaning. Use a dry
cloth (or, for stubborn dirt or stains, a moist cloth that has been wrung
dry) for cleaning. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners.
■
Never spill liquid of any kind into the projector.
■
Do not use the projector where it may be exposed to excessive dust or
smoke.
■
Never push objects of any kind through the cabinet slots.
■
Do not use or store the projector or remote control in a hot location,
such as near a heater, in direct sunlight, or in a closed vehicle.
149
150
Notices
■
Do not block the slots and openings in the projector case. They provide
ventilation and prevent the projector from overheating. Do not operate
the projector on a sofa, rug, or other soft surface, or set it on top of loose
papers, which could block vents underneath your projector. If you are
setting up the projector near a wall, leave at least 7.9 inches (20 cm) of
space between the wall and the air exhaust vent.
■
Do not operate the projector in a closed-in cabinet unless proper
ventilation is provided.
■
If you are using two or more projectors side-by-side, leave at least 2 feet
(60 cm) of space between the projectors to allow for proper ventilation.
■
You may need to clean the air filter and vent. A clogged air filter or vent
can block ventilation needed to cool the projector.
■
Do not store the projector outdoors for an extended length of time.
■
Do not use the projector outside the required temperature range of
41 to 95 °F (5 to 35 °C). Doing so may cause an unstable display and
could lead to projector damage.
■
Do not store the projector outside the required temperature range of
14 to 140 °F (–10 to 60 °C) or in direct sunlight for long periods of
time. Doing so may cause damage to the case.
■
Do not touch the plug during an electrical storm. Otherwise, you may
receive an electric shock.
■
Unplug the projector when it will not be used for extended periods.
■
Unplug the projector from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified
service personnel under the following conditions: if it does not operate
normally when you follow the operating instructions, or exhibits a
distinct change in performance; if smoke, strange odors, or strange
noises come from the projector; if the power cord or plug is damaged or
frayed; if liquid or foreign objects get inside the projector, or if it has
been exposed to rain or water; if it has been dropped or the housing has
been damaged.
■
Except as specifically explained in this User’s Guide, do not attempt to
service this product yourself. Refer all servicing to qualified personnel.
Opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltages and
other hazards.
■
Never open any covers on the projector except as specifically explained
in this User’s Guide. Never attempt to disassemble or modify the
projector. Refer all repairs to qualified service personnel.
■
Use the type of power source indicated on the projector. Use of a
different power source may result in fire or electric shock. If you are not
sure of the power available, consult your dealer or power company.
■
If you use the projector in a country other than where you purchased it,
use the correct power cord for that country.
■
Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or power strips. Do not
insert the plug into a dusty outlet. This can cause fire or electric shock.
■
Take the following precautions when handling the plug: Do not hold
the plug with wet hands. Do not insert the plug into an outlet with dust
present. Insert the plug firmly into the outlet. Do not pull the power
cord when disconnecting the plug; always be sure to hold the plug when
disconnecting it. Failure to comply with these precautions could result
in fire or electric shock.
■
Do not place the projector where the cord can be walked on.
■
The lamp(s) in this product contain mercury. Please consult your
state and local regulations regarding disposal or recycling. Do not put in
the trash.
■
Do not place anything that can become warped or damaged by heat near
the exhaust vents. Do not bring your hands or face close to the vents
while projection is in progress.
■
Before you move the projector, make sure its power is turned off, the
plug is disconnected from the outlet, and all cables are disconnected.
■
Never try to remove the lamp immediately after use because it will be
extremely hot. Before removing the lamp, turn off the power and wait at
least an hour to allow the lamp to cool completely.
■
Do not place the source of an open flame, such as a lit candle, on or near
the projector.
■
Do not modify the power cord. Do not place heavy objects on top of the
power cord or bend, twist, or pull it excessively. Keep the power cord
away from hot electrical appliances.
■
If the lamp breaks, ventilate the room to prevent gases contained in the
lamp from being inhaled or coming in contact with the eyes or mouth.
■
If the projector is mounted overhead and the lamp breaks, be careful to
prevent pieces of glass from falling into your eyes when you open the
lamp cover.
WARNING: The cords included with this product contain chemicals,
including lead, known to the State of California to cause birth defects or
other reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling. (This notice is
provided in accordance with Proposition 65 in Cal. Health & Safety Code
§25249.5 and following.)
Notices 151
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 or television reception.
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 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.
For Canadian Users
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian
Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement
sur le materiel brouilleur du Canada.
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Software Notices
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A
C
A/V Mute
button, 60, 126
display settings, 77, 83
Accessories, 20 to 21
Adapter, audio, 34
Air filter
cleaning, 111
ordering, 20
replacing, 112 to 113
Altitude, 78, 124, 145
Anti-theft device, 20, 84
Aspect ratio, 46, 74, 143
Audio
adapter, 34
cable, 33
connecting equipment, 33 to 36
controlling volume, 62
problems, troubleshooting, 133 to 134
turning off (using A/V Mute), 60
Auto Iris setting, 72
Auto Setup setting, 73
Cables
audio, 33
component-to-VGA, 20, 29, 31
composite, 29
Ethernet, 86
mouse, 27
ordering, 20 to 21
security, 84
S-Video, 20, 30
USB, 25 to 27, 37 to 38
VGA, 24, 32
Calibrating, 49 to 51
Capturing image, 82
Chalkboard, projecting on, 45
Cleaning
air filter, 111
projection window, 110
projector case, 110
Closed captioning, 77
Color
correcting, 45, 72
problems, 132 to 133
saturation, 72
settings, 72
Color Mode, 45, 72
Component-to-VGA video cable, 20, 29, 31
Composite video cable, 29
Computer
connecting to, 24 to 25
selecting source, 43
Connecting projector
to audio equipment, 33 to 36
to computer, 24 to 25
to document camera, 37 to 38
to monitor, 28
to USB device, 37 to 38
to video equipment, 29 to 32
Contrast ratio, 143
Contrast setting, 72
B
Background screen settings, 77, 83
Bands, vertical, 132
Batteries, replacing, 118 to 120
Blackboard color mode, 45
Blurry image, 131
Brightness, 143
Brightness setting, 72
Browser control, 104
181
Control Panel Lock setting, 75, 83 to 84, 125
Custom screen, see User’s Logo
D
Data encryption, 100
Default settings, restoring, 71
DHCP, 138
Dimensions, projector, 18, 144
Direct Power On, 41
Distance from projector to screen, 143
Document camera
connecting, 37 to 38
ordering, 20
Documentation, 10
DVD player, connecting, 29 to 32
Dynamic color mode, 45
E
Easy Interactive Driver, 48 to 49
Easy Interactive Tools, 52 to 57
EasyMP Monitor, 85
EasyMP Network Projection
creating password for, 93
data encryption, 100
features, 101
network projection, 85 to 101
problems, 136 to 138
Electrical specifications, 144
E-mail alerts, 101 to 102
Encryption, 97 to 98, 100
Environmental specifications, 145
Epson
accessories, 20 to 21
PrivateLine Support, 11
technical support, 10, 140 to 141
warranty, 11
Error status lights, 124
Ethernet cable, 86 to 88
Extended menu, 77 to 78
E-Zoom buttons, 61
F
FCC compliance statement, 152
182
Index
Filter, see Air filter
Fn key, notebook, 128
Focusing image, 44
Freeze button, 61
Full aspect setting, 46
H
Help system, using, 122
Help, Epson, 10, 140 to 141
High Altitude mode, 78, 124, 145
I
iBook, connecting to, 24
Image
adjusting, 43 to 46, 71 to 72
blurry, 131
capturing and saving in projector, 82
correcting shape, 75, 130
fitting on screen, 73, 130
focusing, 44
problems with, 126 to 133
projecting on chalkboard, 45
selecting source, 43
size and projection distance, 143
turning off (using A/V Mute), 60
turning off temporarily, 60
zooming, 61
Image menu, 71 to 72
Info menu, 117 to 118
Input Signal setting, 25, 31, 32, 74
Input signal, selecting, 43
Instant Off, 42
Interactive pens, see Pens, interactive
K
Kensington anti-theft device, 20, 84
Keystone correction, 75, 130, 144
Keyword, 93
L
Lamp
number of hours used, 117 to 118
ordering, 20
replacing, 113 to 117
specifications, 144
status light, 113, 123 to 124
Lamp timer, resetting, 117
LAN button, 87
Language setting, 78
Laptop computer
connecting to, 24 to 25
display problems, 126 to 130
selecting source, 43
Light output specifications, 143
Lights, status, 123 to 124
Locking
buttons, 83 to 84
projector, 84
Logo, saving on projector, 81 to 83
M
Macintosh
display problems, 128
selecting network settings, 96
Manuals, 10
Menus
changing settings, 70 to 71
default settings, restoring, 71
Extended, 77 to 78
Image, 71 to 72
Info, 117 to 118
Network, 87, 91
Reset, 71, 117
Settings, 75 to 76
Signal, 73 to 74
User’s Logo, 82
Mic Input Level setting, 76
Microphone, connecting, 35
Monitor, connecting external, 28
Monitoring projector
EasyMP Monitor, 85
e-mail notifications, 101 to 102
SNMP, 103 to 104
using browser, 104
Mouse
connecting cable for remote, 27 to 28
using pen as, 51 to 52
using remote control as, 64
N
Network
managing projector remotely, 101 to 105
problems, 136 to 138
security, 97 to 100
settings, 86 to 104
wired, 86 to 88
wireless, 89 to 101
No Signal message, 127 to 128
Noise level, 144
Normal aspect setting, 46
Not Supported message, 128
Notebook computer, see Laptop computer
Num button, 80
Numeric keypad, using, 80
O
Optical aspect ratio, 46, 143
Options for projector, 20 to 21
P
Page Up (+)/Page Down (-) buttons, 64
Page Up/Down setting, 64
Password
Protect sticker, 12
protection, 79 to 81
remote access, 93
request code, 81
Pattern
capturing and saving in projector, 63 to 64
displaying, 62 to 63
selecting, 76
Index 183
Pens, interactive
as mouse, 51 to 52
calibrating, 49 to 51
driver, 48 to 49
parts, 16
problems, 134 to 136
replacing batteries, 118
using, 47 to 57
Photo color mode, 45
Picture source, selecting, 43
Picture, see Image
Pointer tool, using, 65 to 66
Position setting, 74, 130
Power
button, 41
specifications, 144
status light, 41, 123 to 124
Power Consumption setting, 75, 113, 118
PowerPoint, 64, 66, 78
Presentation color mode, 45
Presentations
computer, 27 to 28
using the pointer tool, 65 to 66
wireless, 85 to 101
PrivateLine Support, 11
Problems
color, 132 to 133
connecting wirelessly, 136 to 138
image, 126 to 133
interactive pens, 134 to 136
network, 136 to 138
no signal, 127 to 128
remote control, 139
sound, 133 to 134
USB Display, 125
using on-screen help, 122
Progressive format, 74
Projection lamp, see Lamp
Projection setting, 77
Projection window, cleaning, 110
184
Index
Projector
cleaning, 110
dimensions, 18
disabling buttons, 83 to 84
distance from screen, 143
lamp specifications, 144
monitoring remotely, 101 to 105
options, 20 to 21
parts, 14
password protection, 79 to 81
ports, 15
resolution, 143
security features, 79 to 84
specifications, 143 to 145
transporting, 120
troubleshooting, 121 to 141
turning off, 42
turning on, 40 to 41
unpacking, 12 to 13
viewing information about, 117 to 118
Q
Quick Wireless Connection
troubleshooting, 136
using, 91
R
Rear-screen projection, 77
Registration, 11
Remote control
A/V Mute button, 60
as wireless mouse, 64
batteries used, 144
batteries, replacing, 119 to 120
connecting cable for mouse, 27 to 28
correcting color, 45, 72
E-Zoom buttons, 61
Freeze button, 61
numeric keypad, using, 80
pointer tool, using, 65 to 66
problems, 139
range, 144
specifications, 144
troubleshooting, 139
USB button, 38, 43
using, 60
virtual over network, 106
Remote Receiver, deactivating, 76
Replacing lamp, 113 to 117
Request code, password, 81
Resetting lamp timer, 117
Resetting menu options, 71
Resize image, 46
Resolution, 46, 128, 143
Resolution setting, 73
S
Safety
instructions, 149 to 151
specifications, 145
Saturation setting, 72
Screen
distance from projector, 143
ordering, 21
startup screen, creating, 81 to 82
Screen image, see Image
Security
cables, 84
Control Panel Lock, 83 to 84
identifying logo, 82 to 83
Kensington lock, 20, 84
network, 97 to 100
password protection, 79 to 81
Settings menu, 75 to 76
Sharpness setting, 72
Signal menu, 73 to 74
Sleep mode, 42, 78, 123, 126
Slide plate, 15
Slideshow
options, 68
running, 66 to 68
SNMP, 103 to 104
Sound, troubleshooting, 133
Source, selecting, 43
Speaker, specifications, 143
Speakers, connecting, 36
Specifications
brightness, 143
dimensions, 144
electrical, 144
environmental, 145
general, 143
lamp, 144
remote control, 144
resolution, 143
safety, 145
speaker, 143
video formats, 145
Sports color mode, 45
sRGB color mode, 45
SSID, 95, 96
Startup screen
creating, 81 to 83
settings, 83
user’s logo, see User’s Logo
Status lights, 123 to 124
Support, see Technical support
S-Video cable, 20, 30
Switching picture source, 43
Sync, adjusting, 74, 132
T
Technical support, 10, 140 to 141
Temperature
requirements, 145
status light, 123 to 124
Test pattern, 76
Index 185
Theatre color mode, 45
Through aspect setting, 46
Tint setting, 72
Tracking, adjusting, 74, 132
Transporting projector, 120
Troubleshooting
blank screen, 126 to 128
cut-off image, 130
image and sound problems, 126 to 134
network problems, 136 to 138
no signal, 127 to 128
projector problems, 121 to 141
remote control problems, 139
wireless projection problems, 136 to 138
Turning off picture (using A/V Mute), 60
Turning off projector, 42
U
Unpacking projector, 12 to 13
USB
button, 38, 43
cable, 25 to 27, 37 to 38
connecting external device, 37 to 38
connecting for display, 25 to 27
key, 91
selecting TypeB port usage, 64, 78
USB Display, solving problems, 125
User button, 76
User’s Logo
creating, 82
display settings, 83
V
VCR, connecting, 29 to 32
VGA video cable, 24, 32
Video
cables, 12, 20 to 21, 29
connecting video equipment, 29 to 32
formats, supported, 145
selecting source, 43
Video Signal setting, 74
Volume, controlling, 62
186
Index
W
Warning lights, 123 to 124
Warranty, 11
Web browser control, 104
Web Remote Control, 106
WEP encryption, 97 to 98
Whiteboard, 37 to 38
Whiteboard color mode, 45
Windows
display problems, 128
selecting network settings, 96
Wired network, 86 to 88
Wireless
module, 89 to 90
presentation, 85 to 101
problems, 136 to 138
Quick Wireless Connection, 91
security, 97 to 100
WEP encryption, 97 to 98
WPA security, 99 to 100
Wireless mouse, 27 to 28, 64
Wireless Mouse setting, 65, 78
WPA security, 99 to 100
Z
Zoom aspect setting, 46
Zoom ratio, 143
Zoom setting, 75
Zooming image, 61
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