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AN-CM270
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR
CEILING MOUNTING BRACKET FOR
USE ONLY WITH SHARP
PROJECTOR MODEL
XV-Z2000/DT-400
CEILING MOUNTING
BRACKET AN-CM270
CEILING MOUNTING
BRACKET COMBINED
WITH OPTIONAL
ADJUSTABLE
EXTENSION TUBE
MODEL AN-EP101B
COPYRIGHT
©
2004 SHARP ELECTRONICS CORPORATION
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
CEILING BRACKET AN-CM270
C A U T I O N
INSTALLATION OF THIS ADJUSTABLE WALL MOUNTING BRACKET
SHOULD BE PERFORMED BY QUALIFIED SERVICE/INSTALLATION
PERSONNEL FOLLOWING THE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
INCLUDED WITH THIS BRACKET
THE EXCLAMATION POINT WITHIN AN EQUILATERAL TRIANGLE
IS INTENDED TO ALERT THE USER TO THE PRESENCE OF IMPORTANT
OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE (SERVICING) INSTRUCTIONS IN THE
LITERATURE ACCOMPANYING THE APPLIANCE.
IMPORTANT! THE INSTALLER SHOULD READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS THOROUGHLY
BEFORE BEGINNING THE INSTALLATION AND SHOULD MAKE SURE THAT ALL
THE WORK IS DONE IN COMPLIANCE WITH NEC AND ALL LOCAL BUILDING
AND SAFETY CODES. SAVE THIS BOOKLET AFTER THE INSTALLATION IS
COMPLETED. THE ACCESSORIES REFERRED TO IN THESE INSTRUCTIONS ARE
INTENDED FOR USE ONLY WITH COMPATIBLE SHARP PROJECTORS. SEE
SHARP PROJECTOR OWNER’S MANUAL OR SHARP DEALER TO DETERMINE
SUITABILITY.
CAUTION: THE BRACKET MOUNTING SCREWS MUST GO DIRECTLY INTO THE
BEAMS. SHEETROCK, LATH AND PLASTER, WILL NOT PROVIDE A
SUFFICIENTLY SECURE SUPPORT.
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF PERSONAL INJURY, USE ONLY THE
COMPONENTS WHICH ARE INCLUDED IN THIS PACKAGE, OR SPECIFIED IN
THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
PARTS LIST FOR MODEL AN-CM270
CEILING BRACKET (SEE FIG. 1)
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
A.
PROJECTOR ATTACHMENT PLATE WHICH INCLUDES THE KNUCKLE
POSITIONING ASSEMBLY.
LOCKING HEX NUT & W ASHER
STEEL CEILING MOUNTING PLATE
PLASTIC TRIM FOR CEILING PLATE
1/4 X 10 HEX HEAD LAG BOLTS 2-1/2 ” LONG
1/4 X 10 HEX HEAD LAG BOLTS 3 ” LONG
1/4 ” I.D. W ASHERS FOR USE WITH LAG BOLTS
M4 X 12mm FLAT HEAD MOUNTING SCREWS FOR USE WITH ATTACHMENT PLATE
M4 X 12mm KNURLED THUMB SCREW
M4X30mm FLAT HEAD SCREW
PLASTIC TRIM COLLAR
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
I.
J.
K.
QUANTITY
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
CEILING BRACKET AN-CM270
FIGURE 1. ILLUSTRATION OF PARTS FOR CEILING BRACKET
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
K.
H.
I.
F.
J.
G.
INVERT THE PROJECTOR IMAGE
Please refer to the owners manual for your LCD Projector for detailed instructions of how to electrically
invert the projected image to accommodate its use in the ceiling mounted mode.
LOCATION OF THE CEILING BRACKET
Please refer to the owner’s manual for your SHARP LCD PROJECTOR for information which will help
you to determine the best location for the placement of the ceiling mounting bracket assembly.
INSTALLATION OF THE CEILING BRACKET
After you have determined the appropriate location for the ceiling bracket, you must locate the exact
location of the ceiling beams. Most standard residential construction uses 16 inches bet ween centers
for overhead beams. You can mount the ceiling bracket by straddling t wo beams, or you can install the
bracket in line with a single beam.
CAUTION: THE BRACKET MOUNTING SCREWS MUST GO DIRECTLY INTO THE BEAMS.
SHEETROCK, LATH AND PLASTER, WILL NOT PROVIDE A SUFFICIENTLY SECURE
SUPPORT.
STEP 1. INSTALLATION OF THE METAL CEILING BRACKET
After the location for the ceiling bracket has been determined, (see LCD PROJECTOR
Owner’s Manual), make sure to locate beams in the ceiling.
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1.1
1.2
CEILING BRACKET AN-CM270
a.
b.
Select straddle beam or single beam installation.
Use the ceiling bracket as a template to mark the location where the pilot holes
should be drilled.
c.
Drill the pilot holes for the support screws using a 1/8 ” drill bit into the center of
the beam. (See Figs. 2 and 3).
Screw the ceiling plate to the beams. Use at least 6 screws and metal washers
supplied with the unit. These screws should be tightened firmly to insure a
vibration-free support. (See Figs. 2 and 3).
Two sizes of hex head lag bolts are provided. Use shorter screws for sheet rock
surfaces and use the longer screws if the ceiling surface is constructed of a wood
lath and plaster.
CAUTION: THE BRACKET MOUNTING SCREWS MUST GO DIRECTLY INTO
THE BEAMS. SHEETROCK OR LATH AND PLASTER WILL NOT PROVIDE A
SUFFICIENTLY SECURE SUPPORT.
FIGURE 2. ILLUSTRATION OF STRADDLE BEAM CEILING BRACKET INSTALLATION
Ceiling Beam
Sheetrock or lath
and plaster ceiling
Ceiling Mounting
Bracket
Washers
Velcro
1/4 X 10 Lag Bolt
Plastic Ceiling
Bracket Trim Cover
NOTE: THE OUTER ROW OF HOLES ARE 16” BETWEEN CENTERS WHICH IS
THE MOST COMMON BEAM SPACING IN RESIDENTIAL WOOD FRAME
CONSTRUCTION.
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FIGURE 3 ILLUSTRATION OF SINGLE BEAM CEILING BRACKET INSTALLATION
Ceiling Beam
Ceiling Mounting Bracket
Washers
Sheetrock or lath
and plaster ceiling
1/4 x 10 Lag Bolts
Velcro
DO NOT RUN THE AC POWER CORD THROUGH THE CEILING PLATE AND TRIM COVER
STEP 2. INSTALL THE CEILING MOUNT PLASTIC TRIM
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
The Access Hole (See Fig. 4) in the ceiling attachment plate is large enough to accommodate the
molded connectors commonly used the with projector.
Audio, Video and other low voltage connections may be passed through the access hole in the
ceiling plate and may also be passed through the plastic trim cover. There is a label (See Fig. 4) on
the inside of the plastic trim cover, adjacent to the center mounting bushing.
Select the contour appropriate for your application and cut out the opening along the line indicated
on the label. Use a very sharp cutting tool.
Thread the cable through the plastic trim cover. Place the plastic trim cover in place over the
ceiling plate and press the velcro tabs together.
FIGURE 4 INSTALLATION OF PLASTIC TRIM ON THE CEILING BRACKET
Cable Access Hole
Press Velcro Tabs together
to secure plastic trim cover
in position
Access Hole Template Label
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STEP 3 DETACH THE POSITIONING ASSEMBLY FROM THE PROJECTOR ATTACHMENT
PLATE.
NOTE: PLEASE LOOK OVER THE EXACT MANNER IN WHICH THE
POSITIONING ASSEMBLY AND THE ATTACHMENT PLATE GO
TOGETHER SO THAT YOU WILL BE ABLE TO REASSEMBLE THEM
WHEN YOU HANG THE PROJECTOR.
FIGURE 5
3.1 Using 9/16 ” box wrench, remove the nut from the lower knuckle
(vertical position) and slide the center and upper knuckle assembly apart
from the bottom knuckle which is part of the
attachment plate. (See Fig. 5)
SPECIAL NOTE TO INSTALLERS: In some instances the relationship of
the location of the projection screen to the exact position of the ceiling
mounting bracket makes it desirable to have the centerline of the lens at
the center of the mounting bracket. If you find it necessary to have the
lens at the centerline of the mount, remove the lower element of the
positioning knuckle from its original position and re-mount it in the D
shaped hole in the mounting plate located in the area over the lens. This
will align the centerline of the lens with the center of the mounting
bracket. The positioning knuckle assembly can easily compensate for the
slight loss of static balance of the mounted projector.
STEP 4
INSTALLATION OF THE PROJECTOR ATTACHMENT PLATE
4.1
4.2
4.3
FIGURE 6.
Place the attachment plate over the bottom of the projector (See Fig. 6)
and align the holes of the plate with the threaded fittings on the projector case.
Install the three M4 x 12mm long screws provided. Fasten these securely but
DO NOT overtighten. (See Fig. 7)
Install the longer, M4 x 30 mm flat head screw into the indicated hole. (It goes
into the recessed fitting in the plastic housing).
FIGURE 7.
M4x12mm mounting
screw
M4x30mm screw
M4x12mm screw
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4.3 Fold the attachment plate down on its hinge. See Fig. 8
4.4 Install the M4 knurled thumb screw by hand. See Fig. 8. DO NOT USE TOOLS TO
TIGHTEN THIS SCREW.
M4 Knurled Thumb Screw
FIGURE 8
REMINDER: MAKE SURE TO ALLOW SUFFICIENT SLACK IN THE WIRING TO PERMIT THE
PROJECTOR TO SWING DOWN ON THE HINGE TO ALLOW EASY SERVICING OF THE FILTER
AND THE LAMP ASSEMBLY.
STEP 5 ATTACH THE POSITIONING ASSEMBLY TO THE CEILING PLATE
FIGURE 9
Ceiling Trim Cover
Cable Access Hole
Washer
Locking Hex Nut
Upper Knuckle
Assembly
IF YOU INTEND TO RUN AUDIO OR VIDEO CABLES THROUGH THE CEILING PLATE
PROCEED WITH STEP 5.1 AND 5.2, OTHERWISE PROCEED TO STEP 5.3:
5.1
5.2
Cut opening in the ceiling plate trim cover as indicated on the label inside cover near
the center bushing.
Thread cables through the plastic trim cover.
DO NOT RUN THE AC POWER CORD INSIDE THE PLASTIC TRIM COVER.
ALL WIRING MUST COMPLY WITH THE NEC AND ALL LOCAL BUILDING,
ELECTRIC, AND SAFETY CODES.
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5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
CEILING BRACKET AN-CM270
Place the plastic trim cover in position over the ceiling plate and press the Velcro
tabs together.
After completing step #5.3, screw the longer shaft with the locking nut and washer
into the center threaded bushing on the ceiling plate as far as it will go. (See Fig. 9)
Tighten the locking nut against the ceiling plate using a 3/4 ” open end wrench or an
adjustable crescent wrench.
Tighten the locking nut on the upper knuckle using a 9/16 ” box wrench.
DO NOT RUN THE AC POWER CORD INSIDE THE PLASTIC TRIM COVER.
ALL WIRING MUST COMPLY WITH THE NEC AND ALL LOCAL BUILDING,
ELECTRIC, AND SAFETY CODES.
STEP 6 HANGING THE PROJECTOR FROM POSITIONING ASSEMBLY
6.1
6.2
Raise the projector with the mounting plate attached and slide the fitting (See Fig. 10)
over the support stud on the hanging position.
Replace the locking nut (removed in step 3.1). Using the 9/16 ” box wrench run the nut
up but do not tighten all the way.
FIGURE 10
STEP 7 AIM THE PROJECTOR
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
After the projector has been property wired, turn it on and loosen the positioning
assembly adjustment nuts just enough so that you can move the projector fairly easily.
(See Fig. 11) DO NOT COMPLETELY LOOSEN THE NUTS.
Set the Horizontal Centering by loosening the ceiling locking nut, move the projector to
center the image and tighten the nut. (Use 3/4 ” open end wrench).
Set the vertical centering and tighten the lower positioning adjustment nut.
(See Fig. 11)
Set the Horizontal tilt and tighten the upper positioning adjustment nut. (See Fig. 11)
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FIGURE 11 DETAIL OF POSITIONING ASSEMBLY
CEILING PLATE
PLASTIC CEILING PLATE
TRIM COVER
LOCKING NUT AND HORIZONTAL POSITION ADJUSTMENT
HORIZONTAL TILT ADJUSTMENT
VERTICAL POSITION ADJUSTMENT
STEP 8 INSTALL THE PLASTIC TRIM COLLAR
8.1 The plastic trim collar may be used as a cosmetic concealment of the positioning adjustment knuckle
assembly and the audio and video signal cables.
8.2 The slit side of the collar enables the installer to spread the collar enough to place it over the adjustment
knuckle. It will curve back by its own spring action to wrap around itself enough to close the gap.
(See Fig. 12)
8.3 If the projector is hung at a sharp angle, you may trim the collar for a better fit. (See Fig. 13)
FIGURE 12
FIGURE 13
DO NOT RUN THE AC POWER CORD INSIDE THE PLASTIC TRIM COLLAR. ALL
WIRING MUST COMPLY WITH THE NEC AND ALL LOCAL BUILDING, ELECTRIC AND
SAFETY CODES.
NOTE: IN THE EVENT YOU WISH TO USE THE SHARP ADJUSTABLE EXTENSION
ACCESSORY IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE CEILING MOUNTING BRACKET, PLEASE
REFER TO THE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION MANUAL INCLUDED IN THE
EXTENSION TUBE PACKAGE.
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PROCEDURE FOR SERVICING LAMP HOUSING OR AIR FILTER:
A. Remove the knurled thumb screw. See Fig. 14. The projector will swing down on the
hinge of the mounting bracket. The bottom of the projector will now be in a position to
permit servicing the lamp assembly.
B. Proceed to service the air filter or the lamp assembly. Follow the appropriate
instructions in your projector owner’s manual.
FIGURE 14. HINGED
ATTACHMENT PLATE
MAKES SERVICING EASIER
Knurled thumb screw
C. After completing the service procedure swing the projector back up and re-install the
knurled thumb screw.
NOTE: HINGED ATTACHMENT PLATE ALLOWS PROJECTOR TO DROP DOWN FOR EASY
ACCESS TO FILTER AND LAMP HOUSING. SEE PROJECTOR OWNER’S MANUAL FOR
DETAILS OF FILTER OR LAMP REPLACEMENT PROCEDURES.
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CEILING BRACKET AN-CM270
DIMENSIONS AND MEASUREMENTS OF COMPONENTS FOR
SHARP MOUNTING BRACKET AN-CM70
CEILING PLATE 4 ” WIDE X 18 ” LONG
DISTANCE BETWEEN SETS OF MOUNTING HOLES: 1st SET 12 ”, 2nd SET 14 ”, 3rd SET 16 ”
ADDITIONAL POSSIBLE COMBINATIONS OF MOUNTING HOLE DISTANCE 13 ” & 15”
THREAD SIZE OF SWIVEL SHAFT & CEILING PLATE BUSHING 1/2 ” X 20
15
”
VEL-
4”
VEL-
12”
14”
16”
18”
CABLE ACCESS HOLE
CENTER BUSHING 7/8” DEEP
1/2X20 THREADED HOLE
SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
ATTACHMENT PLATE WITH POSITIONING ASSEMBLY:
SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
From ceiling to inverted bottom of projector: 5 1/2 ”
Length of position adjustment knuckle assembly: 3 1/2 ”
Lens offset from center of lens to center of mounting bushing: 3”
Ceiling to center of lens: 7 ”
Ceiling to top of inverted projector: 8 7/8 ”
Mounting screws M4 X 12 & 30 mm long metric flat head phillips.
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2004 SHARP ELECTRONICS CORPORATION
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