Panasonic PT-AE200E User Guide Manual Operating Instruction Pdf

Panasonic PT-AE200E User Guide Manual Operating Instruction Pdf

Operating Instructions

Model No.

LCD Projector

PT-AX200E

Before operating this product, please read the instructions carefully and save this manual for future use.

Downloaded from ProjectorsManual.com Manuals

TQBJ0236-5

E

NGLISH

Important Safety Notice

Dear Panasonic Customer:

This instruction booklet provides all the necessary operating information that you might require. We hope it will help you to get the most out of your new product, and that you will be pleased with your Panasonic LCD projector. The serial number of your product may be found on its bottom. You should note it in the space provided below and retain this booklet in case service is required.

Model number:

PT-AX200E

Serial number:

WARNING:

THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED.

WARNING: To prevent damage which may result in fire or shock hazard, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.

Machine Noise Information Ordinance 3. GSGV, January 18, 1991: The sound pressure level at the operator position is equal or less than 70 dB (A) according to ISO 7779.

WARNING:

1.

Remove the plug from the mains socket when this unit is not in use for a prolonged period of time.

2.

To prevent electric shock, do not remove cover. No user serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.

3.

Do not remove the earthing pin on the mains plug. This apparatus is equipped with a three prong earthingtype mains plug. This plug will only fit an earthing-type mains socket. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug into the mains socket, contact an electrician. Do not defeat the purpose of the earthing plug.

Information for Users on Collection and Disposal of Old Equipment and used

Batteries

These symbols on the products, packaging, and/or accompanying documents mean that used electrical and electronic products and batteries should notbe mixed with general household waste.

For proper treatment, recovery and recycling of old products andused batteries, please take them to applicable collection points, in accordance with your national legislation and the Directives 2002/96/EC and 2006/66/EC.

By disposing of these products and batteries correctly, you willhelp to save valuable resources and prevent any potential negative effects on human health and the environment which could otherwise arise from inappropriate waste handling.

For more information about collection and recycling of old products and batteries, please contact your local municipality, your waste disposal service or the point of sale where you purchased the items.

Penalties may be applicable for incorrect disposal of this waste, in accordance with national legislation.

For business users in the European Union

If you wish to discard electrical and electronic equipment, please contact your dealer or supplier for further information.

Information on Disposal in other Countries outside the European Union

These symbols are only valid in the European Union. If you wish to discard these items, please contact your local authorities or dealer and ask for the correctmethod of disposal.

CAUTION:

Note for the battery symbol (bottom two symbol examples):

This symbol might be used in combination with a chemical symbol. In this case it complies with the requirement set by the Directive for the chemical involved.

To assure continued compliance, follow the attached installation instructions, which includes using the provided power cord and shielded interface cables when connecting to computer or peripheral device. If you use serial port to connect PC for external control of projector, you must use optional

RS-232C serial interface cable with ferrite core. Any unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment will void the user’s authority to operate.

E

NGLISH

Important Safety Notice

Pursuant to at the directive 2004/108/EC, article 9(2)

Panasonic Testing Centre

Panasonic Service Europe, a division of Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH

Winsbergring 15, 22525 Hamburg, F.R. Germany

IMPORTANT: THE MOULDED PLUG (U.K. only)

FOR YOUR SAFETY, PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING TEXT CAREFULLY.

This appliance is supplied with a moulded three pin mains plug for your safety and convenience.

A 13 amp fuse is fitted in this plug. Should the fuse need to be replaced, please ensure that the replacement fuse has a rating of13 amps and that it is approved by ASTA or BSI to BS1362.

Check for the ASTA mark a or the BSI mark ` on the body of the fuse.

If the plug contains a removable fuse cover, you must ensure that it is refitted when the fuse is replaced. If you lose the fuse cover, the plug must not be used until a replacement cover is obtained. A replacement fuse cover can be purchased from an Authorised Service Centre.

If the fitted moulded plug is unsuitable for the mains socket in your home, then the fuse should be removed and the plug cut off and disposed of safely. There is a danger of severe electrical shock if the cut off plug is inserted into any 13 amp socket.

If a new plug is to be fitted, please observe the wiring code as shown below.

If in any doubt, please consult a qualified electrician.

WARNING:

THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.

IMPORTANT: The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:

Green - and - Yellow: Earth

Blue: Neutral

Brown: Live

As the colours of the wire in the mains lead of this appliance may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows.

The wire which is coloured GREEN - AND - YELLOW must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter E or by the Earth symbol W or coloured GREEN or GREEN - AND - YELLOW.

The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter N or coloured BLACK.

The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter L or coloured RED.

How to replace the fuse: Open the fuse compartment with a screwdriver and replace the fuse.

BS1363/A

13A250V

L

ASA

HE-8

N

Important Information

Downloaded from ProjectorsManual.com Manuals

E

NGLISH - 3

Contents

J

Quick steps

1. Set up your projector

See “Setting up” on page 14.

2. Connect with other devices

See “Connections” on page 18.

3. Prepare the remote control

See “Remote control” on page 11.

4. Start projecting

See “Switching the projector on/off” on page 19.

5. Adjust the image

See “Menu Navigation” on page 27.

Important Information

Important Safety Notice........................................ 2

Precautions with regard to safety ....................... 6

WARNINGS.................................................................6

CAUTIONS ..................................................................7

Cautions when transporting.........................................8

Cautions when installing..............................................9

Cautions on use ..........................................................9

Accessories ...............................................................10

Preparation

About Your Projector.......................................... 11

Remote control ..........................................................11

Projector body ...........................................................12

Getting Started

Setting up............................................................. 14

Screen size and throw distance.................................14

Projection method......................................................15

Front leg adjusters and throwing angle .....................15

Lens shift and positioning..........................................16

Connections ........................................................ 18

Before connecting to the projector.............................18

Connecting to COMPONENT IN/VIDEO IN/S-VIDEO IN

18

Connecting to COMPUTER IN/HDMI IN ...................18

Basic Operation

Switching the projector on/off ........................... 19

Mains lead .................................................................19

POWER indicator ......................................................19

Switching on the projector .........................................20

Switching off the projector .........................................20

Projecting an image ............................................ 21

Selecting the input signal...........................................21

Positioning the image ................................................21

Remote control operation .................................. 22

Operating range ........................................................22

Turning on the button backlight .................................22

Switching the preset settings.....................................22

Adjusting the image...................................................23

Switching the aspect ratio..........................................23

Resetting to the factory default settings ....................23

Capturing an image ...................................................23

Setting your own colour profile ..................................24

Switching the input signal..........................................26

Assigning the functions for shortcut...........................26

E

NGLISH

Settings

Menu Navigation ..................................................27

Navigating through the MENU .................................. 27

Main menu and sub-menu ........................................ 28

PICTURE menu.....................................................30

PICTURE MODE....................................................... 30

CONTRAST .............................................................. 30

BRIGHTNESS........................................................... 30

COLOUR................................................................... 30

TINT .......................................................................... 30

SHARPNESS ............................................................ 30

COLOUR TEMPERATURE....................................... 31

DYNAMIC IRIS.......................................................... 31

LIGHT HARMONIZER .............................................. 31

ADVANCED MENU................................................... 31

FAVOURITE SAVE ................................................... 32

FAVOURITE LOAD................................................... 32

FAVOURITE EDIT .................................................... 33

SIGNAL MODE ......................................................... 33

POSITION menu ...................................................34

H-POSITION ............................................................. 34

V-POSITION ............................................................. 34

DOT CLOCK ............................................................. 34

CLOCK PHASE......................................................... 34

ASPECT.................................................................... 34

WSS .......................................................................... 36

OVER SCAN ............................................................. 36

KEYSTONE............................................................... 36

AUTO SETUP ........................................................... 36

FUNCTION BUTTON.............................................37

FUNCTION BUTTON................................................ 37

OPTION menu.......................................................38

INPUT GUIDE ........................................................... 38

OSD DESIGN............................................................ 38

OSD POSITION ........................................................ 38

BACK COLOUR ........................................................ 38

STARTUP LOGO ...................................................... 38

AUTO SEARCH ........................................................ 38

HDMI SIGNAL LEVEL............................................... 38

INSTALLATION......................................................... 38

SLEEP....................................................................... 39

ALTITUDE................................................................. 39

LAMP POWER.......................................................... 39

LAMP RUNTIME ....................................................... 39

TEST PATTERN ....................................................... 39

Maintenance

Contents

TEMP and LAMP Indicators ............................... 40

Managing the indicated problems ............................. 40

Care and Replacement ....................................... 41

Cleaning the projector............................................... 41

Replacing the lamp unit ............................................ 42

Troubleshooting .................................................. 44

Appendix

Technical Information......................................... 45

List of compatible signals.......................................... 45

Serial terminal........................................................... 46

Specifications............................................................ 48

Ceiling mount bracket safeguards ............................ 50

Dimensions ............................................................... 51

Trademark acknowledgements................................. 51

Index..................................................................... 52

Important Infomation

Downloaded from ProjectorsManual.com Manuals

E

NGLISH - 5

Precautions with regard to safety

WARNINGS

If you notice smoke, strange smells or noise coming from the projector, disconnect the mains plug from the mains socket.

Do not continue to use the projector in such cases, otherwise fire or electric shocks could result.

Check that no more smoke is coming out, and then contact an Authorised Service Centre for repairs.

Do not attempt to repair the projector yourself, as this can be dangerous.

Do not install this projector in a place which is not strong enough to take the full weight of the projector.

If the installation location is not strong enough, it may fall down or tip over, and severe injury or damage could result.

Installation work (such as ceiling suspension) should only be carried out by a qualified technician.

If installation is not carried out correctly, there is the danger that injury or electric shocks may occur.

Do not use other than an authorised ceiling mount bracket.

If foreign objects or water get inside the projector, or if the projector is dropped or the cabinet is broken, disconnect the mains plug from the mains socket.

Continued use of the projector in this condition may result in fire or electric shocks.

Contact an Authorised Service Centre for repairs.

Do not overload the mains socket.

If the power supply is overloaded (for example, by using too many adapters), overheating may occur and fire may result.

Never attempt to modify or disassemble the projector.

High voltages can cause fire or electric shocks.

For any inspection, adjustment and repair work, please contact an Authorised Service Centre.

Clean the mains plug regularly to prevent it from becoming covered in dust.

If dust builds up on the mains plug, the resulting humidity can damage the insulation, which could result in fire. Pull the mains plug out from the mains socket and wipe it with a dry cloth.

If not using the projector for an extended period of time, pull the mains plug out from the mains socket.

Do not handle the mains plug with wet hands.

Failure to observe this may result in electric shocks.

Insert the mains plug securely into the mains socket.

If the plug is not inserted correctly, electric shocks or overheating could result.

Do not use plugs which are damaged or mains sockets which are coming loose from the wall.

Do not place the projector on top of surfaces which are unstable.

If the projector is placed on top of a surface which is sloped or unstable, it may fall down or tip over, and injury or damage could result.

Do not place the projector into water or let it become wet.

Failure to observe this may result in fire or electric shocks.

Do not do anything that might damage the mains lead or the mains plug.

Do not damage the mains lead, make any modifications to it, place it near any hot objects, bend it excessively, twist it, pull it, place heavy objects on top of it or wrap it into a bundle.

If the mains lead is used while damaged, electric shocks, short-circuits or fire may result.

Ask an Authorised Service Centre to carry out any repairs to the mains lead that might be necessary.

Do not place the projector on soft materials such as carpets or sponge mats.

Doing so may cause the projector to overheat, which can cause burns, fire or damage to the projector.

Do not place liquid containers on top of the projector.

If water spills onto the projector or gets inside it, fire or electric shocks could result.

If any water gets inside the projector, contact an

Authorised Service Centre.

Do not insert any foreign objects into the projector.

Do not insert any metal objects or flammable objects into the projector or drop them onto the projector, as doing so can result in fire or electric shocks.

Do not allow the + and - terminals of the batteries to come into contact with metallic objects such as necklaces or hairpins.

Failure to observe this may cause the batteries to leak, overheat, explode or catch fire.

Store the batteries in a plastic bag and keep them away from metallic objects.

Do not touch the leaked liquid from the batteries.

If you touch the leaked liquid, it may hurt your skin.

Immediately wash away the liquid with water and seek medical advice.

If you get the leaked liquid in your eye, it may cause blindness or damage. Never rub your eye, and immediately wash away the liquid with water and seek medical advice.

During a thunderstorm, do not touch the projector or the cable.

Electric shocks can result.

E

NGLISH

Do not use the projector in a bath or shower.

Fire or electric shocks can result.

Do not place your skin into the light beam while the projector is being used.

Strong light is emitted from the projector’s lens. If you place directly into this light, it can hurt or damage your skin.

Do not look into the lens while the projector is being used.

Strong light is emitted from the projector’s lens. If you look directly into this light, it can hurt and damage your eyes.

Be especially careful not to let young children look into the lens. In addition, turn off the power and disconnect the mains plug when you are away from the projector.

Do not place your hands or other objects close to the air outlet port.

Heated air comes out of the air outlet port. Do not place your hands or face, or objects which cannot withstand heat close to this port [allow at least

50 cm (20") of space], otherwise burns or damage could result.

CAUTIONS

Do not cover the air inlet port or the air outlet port.

Doing so may cause the projector to overheat, which can cause fire or damage to the projector.

Do not place the projector in narrow, badly ventilated places such as closets or bookshelves.

Do not place the projector on cloth or papers, as these materials could be drawn into the air inlet port.

Do not set up the projector in humid or dusty places or in places where the projector may come into contact with oily smoke or steam.

Using the projector under such conditions may result in fire, electric shocks or plastic deterioration. The plastic deterioration may cause the falling down of the projector which is mounted in the ceiling.

Do not set up the projector in a high temperature environment, such as near a heater or in direct sunlight.

Failure to observe this may result in fire, malfunction or plastic deterioration.

Do not set up the projector outdoors.

The projector is designed for indoor use only.

When disconnecting the mains lead, hold the plug, not the lead.

If the mains lead itself is pulled, the lead will become damaged, and fire, short-circuits or serious electric shocks may result.

Precautions with regard to safety

Replacement of the lamp is recommended to be carried out by a qualified technician.

The lamp has high internal pressure. If improperly handled, explosion might result.

The lamp can easily become damaged if struck against hard objects or dropped, and injury or malfunctions may result.

When replacing the lamp, allow it to cool for at least one hour before handling it.

The lamp cover gets very hot, and touching it can cause burns.

Before replacing the lamp, be sure to disconnect the mains plug from the mains socket.

Electric shocks or explosions can result if this is not done.

Do not allow infants or pets to touch the remote control unit.

Keep the remote control unit out of the reach of infants and pets after using it.

Always disconnect all cables before moving the projector.

Moving the projector with cables still attached can damage the cables, which could cause fire or electric shocks to occur.

Do not place any heavy objects on top of the projector.

Failure to observe this may cause the projector to become unbalanced and fall, which could result in damage or injury.

Do not short-circuit, heat or disassemble the batteries or place them into water or fire.

Failure to observe this may cause the batteries to overheat, leak, explode or catch fire, and burns or other injury may result.

When inserting the batteries, make sure the polarities (+ and -) are correct.

If the batteries are inserted incorrectly, they may explode or leak, and fire, injury or contamination of the battery compartment and surrounding area may result.

Use only the specified batteries.

If incorrect or different kind of batteries are used, they may explode or leak, and fire, injury or contamination of the battery compartment and surrounding area may result.

Important Information

Downloaded from ProjectorsManual.com Manuals

E

NGLISH - 7

Precautions with regard to safety

Do not mix old and new batteries.

If the batteries are inserted incorrectly, they may explode or leak, and fire, injury or contamination of the battery compartment and surrounding area may result.

Remove the used batteries from the remote control promptly.

If you leave used batteries in the remote control for an extended period of time, it may cause liquid leaking, abnormal internal temperature rising or explosion.

If not using the projector for an extended period of time, disconnect the mains plug from the mains socket and remove the batteries from the remote control.

If dust builds up on the mains plug, the resulting humidity may damage the insulation, which could result in fire.

Keeping or leaving the remote control with batteries inside may cause insulation deterioration, electrical leakage or explosion which could result in fire.

Do not put your weight on this projector.

You could fall or the projector could break, and injury may result.

Be especially careful not to let young children stand or sit on the projector.

Disconnect the mains plug from the mains socket as a safety precaution before carrying out any cleaning.

Electric shocks can result if this is not done.

If the lamp has broken, ventilate the room immediately. Do not touch or bring your face close to the broken pieces.

Failure to observe this may cause the user to absorb the gas which was released when the lamp broke and which contains nearly the same amount of mercury as fluorescent lamps, and the broken pieces may cause injury.

If you believe that you have absorbed the gas or that the gas has got into your eyes or mouth, seek medical advice immediately.

Ask your dealer about the replacement of the lamp unit and check the inside of the projector.

Ask an Authorised Service Centre to clean inside the projector at least once a year.

If dust is left to build up inside the projector without being cleaned out, it can result in fire or problems with operation.

It is a good idea to clean the inside of the projector before the season for humid weather arrives. Ask your nearest Authorised Service Centre to clean the projector when required. Please discuss with the

Authorised Service Centre regarding cleaning costs.

We are constantly making efforts to preserve and maintain a clean environment. Please take non repairable units back to your dealer or a recycling company.

Cautions when transporting

Do not subject the projector to excessive vibration or shocks.

The projector lens need to be handled with care.

Cover the lens with the lens cover when transporting the projector.

When transporting the projector, hold the body at the bottom securely.

Do not hold the adjuster legs or the top cover to move the projector, as this may damage the projector.

E

NGLISH

Precautions with regard to safety

Cautions when installing

Avoid setting up in places which are subject to vibration or shocks.

The internal parts can be damaged, which may cause malfunctions or accidents.

Avoid setting up in places which are subject to sudden temperature changes, such as near an air conditioner or lighting equipment.

The life of the lamp may be shortened or the projector

may be turned off. See “TEMP indicator” on page 40.

Do not set up the projector near high-voltage power lines or near motors.

The projector may be subject to electromagnetic interference.

Cautions on use

In order to get the best picture quality

Draw curtains or blinds over any windows and turn off any lights near the screen to prevent outside light or light from indoor lamps from shining onto the screen.

Do not touch the surfaces of the lens with your bare hands.

If the surface of the lens becomes dirty from fingerprints or anything else, this will be magnified and projected onto the screen. Moreover, when not using the projector, attach the lens cover.

Liquid crystal panel

Do not project the same image for long periods of time, as this may remain as an afterimage on the liquid crystal panel.

The liquid crystal panel of the projector is built with very high precision technology to provide fine picture details. Occasionally, a few stuck pixels may appear on the screen as fixed points of blue, green or red. It is recommended to switch off the projector once and try after 1 hour later again. Please note that this does not affect the performance of your LCD.

If installing the projector to the ceiling, ask a qualified technician to carry out all installation work.

You will need to purchase the separate installation kit

(Model No. ET-PKX100). Furthermore, all installation work is should only be carried out by a qualified technician.

See “Ceiling mount bracket safeguards” on page 50

for the safety cable installation.

If using this projector at high elevations

(above 1 400 m), set the HIGHLAND to ON. See

“ALTITUDE” on page 39.

Failure to observe this may result in malfunctions or the life of the lamp or the other components may be shortened.

The projector has a high pressure mercury lamp and that is characterised as follows.

The brightness of the lamp depends on the duration of use.

The lamp may explode or shorten the lamp life by shocks or chipping damage.

The lamp may explode only occasionally after using the projector.

The lamp may explode if using the projector after the instructed lamp replacement timing.

When the lamp exploded, it emits the internal smokelike gas.

The lamp life is depends on individual lamp characteristics, usage condition and the installation environment. Especially the consecutive use of the projector for more than 10 hours, or the frequent switching on or off may greatly affect on the lamp life.

Screen

Do not apply any volatile substances which may cause discolouration to the screen, and do not let it become dirty or damaged.

Optical components

If you use the projector consecutively 6 hours every day, the optical components may need to be replaced in less than 1 year.

Important Information

Downloaded from ProjectorsManual.com Manuals

E

NGLISH - 9

Precautions with regard to safety

Accessories

Make sure the following accessories are provided with your projector.

Remote control for

PT-AX200E (x1)

N2QAYB000194

AA batteries for remote control (x2)

Safety cable

TTRA0140

Attachment screw (x1)

Safety cable (x1)

Lens cover (x1)

TKKL5372

Mains lead for continental Europe (x1)

TXFSX02QNFZ

(Attached to the projector by default)

Mains lead for UK (x1)

TXFSX03QNFZ

* The protectors for enclosed products, such as a plug cover or foam cartons must be treated properly.

E

NGLISH

About Your Projector

Remote control

POWER button

While the MAIN POWER button is on, switch between stand-by mode

and projection mode. (page 19)

PICTURE MODE buttons

Switch to the best setting for a darker room.

Switch to the best setting for a brighter room.

Display the FAVOURITE

LOAD menu. (page 22)

Switch to cycle through the aspect ratio.

(page 23)

Display the main menu or return to the previous

menu. (page 27)

Navigate through the menus with FGIH, and activate the menu item

with ENTER. (page 27)

Reset some of the settings to the factory default settings.

(page 23)

Switch to cycle through the input method.

(page 26)

Remote control signal emitter

Remote control signal. (page 22)

Turn the button backlight of the remote control on/

off. (page 22)

Display the COLOUR

MANAGEMENT menu.

(page 24)

Display the PICTURE

menu. (page 23)

Return to the previous

menu. (page 27)

Capture the projected image as a still picture.

(page 23)

Assign the frequently used functions from the option for shortcut.

(page 26)

Battery compartment

1. Press the tab and lift up the cover.

2. Insert the batteries according to the polarity diagram indicated inside.

NOTE:

• Do not drop the remote control.

• Avoid contact with liquids or moisture.

• Use manganese batteries or alkaline batteries with the remote control.

• Do not attempt to modify or disassemble the remote control. Contact an Authorised Service Centre for repairs.

• Do not keep pressing the remote control buttons as this may shorten battery life.

• See “Remote control operation” on page 22.

Downloaded from ProjectorsManual.com Manuals

E

NGLISH - 11

About Your Projector

Projector body

J

Top and front view

POWER

While the MAIN POWER is on, switch between stand-by mode

and project mode. (page 19)

Control panel

INPUT SELECT

Switch to cycle through the

input method. (page 21)

MENU

Display the main menu.

Return to the previous menu.

(page 27)

Air exhaust port

Heated air comes out of this opening.

POWER/LAMP/TEMP indicators

(page 19/page 40)

Luminance sensor

Senses the luminance for the

LIGHT HARMONIZER feature.

(page 31)

RETURN

Return to the previous menu.

(page 27)

Navigate through the menus with

F G H I, and activate the menu

item with ENTER. (page 27)

Focus ring

Adjust the focus of the image.

(page 21)

Zoom ring

Adjust the size of the image.

(page 21)

Air intake port

Shift lever

Adjust the position of the projected image.

(page 16)

Remote control signal receptor

Receive a signal from the

remote control. (page 22)

Projection lens

Lens cover

Protects the projection lens from dust or dirt.

NOTE:

• Do not cover the ventilation openings or place anything within 50 cm (20") of them as this may cause damage or injury.

• While the projector is not in use, keep the lens cover to protect the lens.

E

NGLISH

About Your Projector

J

Back and bottom view

SERIAL

Connect a compatible cable for controlling the projector remotely via your computer.

COMPUTER IN

Connect an RGB signal cable from your PC.

Connecting terminals

(page 18/page 46)

HDMI IN

Connect HDMI signal cables.

COMPONENT IN

Connect YP

B

P

R

signal cables.

S-VIDEO IN

Connect a S-VIDEO signal cable.

VIDEO IN

Connect an RCA composite video cable.

MAIN POWER

Switch the projector on/off

(page 19)

AC IN

Connect the mains lead to supply electronic power to the

projector. (page 19)

Air intake port

Lamp unit compartment

(page 41)

Security lock

Attach the shackle lock provided with the projector.

Compatible with the

Kensington MicroSaver

Security System. (page 50)

Air filter (page 41)

Lens cover attachment hole

Front leg adjusters

Screw up/down to adjust the

projection angle. (page 15)

NOTE:

• Do not cover the ventilation openings or place anything within 50 cm (20") of them as this may cause damage or injury.

• The projector should only be used with the attached mains lead to ensure optimum performance and avoid damage to the projector.

Downloaded from ProjectorsManual.com Manuals

E

NGLISH - 13

Setting up

Screen size and throw distance

You can adjust the projection size with 2.0x zoom lens. Calculate and define the throw distance as follows.

SD

Projected image

SW

Screen

Projection size (16 : 9) Throw distance (L)

Screen Diagonal

(SD)

Screen height (SH) Screen width (SW)

Minimum distance

(LW)

Maximum distance

(LT)

1.01 m (40")

1.27 m (50")

1.52 m (60")

1.77 m (70")

2.03 m (80")

2.28 m (90")

2.54 m (100")

3.05 m (120")

0.50 m (1'7")

0.62 m (2')

0.75 m (2'5")

0.87 m (2'10")

1.00 m (3'3")

1.12 m

1.24 m

(3'8")

(4')

1.49 m (4'10")

0.89 m (2'11")

1.11 m (3'7")

1.33 m (4'4")

1.55 m (5'1")

1.77 m (5'9")

1.99 m

2.21 m

2.66 m

(6'6")

(7'3")

(8'8")

1.2 m (3'11")

1.5 m (4'11")

1.8 m (5'10")

2.1 m (6'10")

2.4 m (7'10")

2.7 m (8'10")

3.1 m (10'2")

3.7 m (12'1")

2.4 m (7'10")

3.0 m (9'10")

3.7 m (12'1")

4.3 m (14'1")

4.9 m

5.5 m

(16')

(17')

6.2 m (20'4")

7.4 m (24'3")

3.81 m (150")

5.08 m (200")

1.87 m

2.49 m

(6'1")

(8'2")

3.32 m (10'10")

4.43 m (14'6")

4.6 m (15'1")

6.2 m (20'4")

9.3 m (30'6")

12.4 m (40'8")

* All measurements above are approximate and may differ slightly from the actual measurements.

J

Calculation methods for screen dimensions

You can calculate more detailed screen dimension from the screen diagonal.

SW (m) = SD (m) x 0.872

SH (m) = SD (m) x 0.490

LW (m) = 1.2244 x SD (m) - 0.056

LT (m) = 2.4449 x SD (m) - 0.056

* The results above are approximate and may differ slightly from the actual measurements.

NOTE:

• Do not use the projector at a raised or a horizontally tilted position as it may cause malfunction of the projector.

• Make sure the projector lens surface is parallel with the screen. You can tilt the projector body less than approximately ± 30° vertically. Overtilting may result in shortening the component’s life.

• For the best quality of the projection image, install a screen where sun light or room light does not shine directly onto the screen. Close window shades or curtains to block the lights.

E

NGLISH

Setting up

Projection method

You can use the projector with any of the following 4 projection methods. To set the desired method in the projector,

See “INSTALLATION” on page 38.

J

Setting on a desk/floor and

J

Setting on a desk/floor and projecting from front projecting from rear

INSTALLATION: FRONT/DESK

J

Mounting in the ceiling and projecting from front

INSTALLATION: REAR/DESK

J

Mounting in the ceiling and projecting from rear

INSTALLATION: FRONT/CEILING INSTALLATION: REAR/CEILING

NOTE:

• A translucent screen is required for rear projection.

• When mounting the projector in the ceiling, the optional ceiling mount bracket (ET-PKX200) is required.

• See “Ceiling mount bracket safeguards” on page 50.

Front leg adjusters and throwing angle

You can screw up/down the front leg adjusters to control the angle of the projector for adjusting the throwing angle.

See “Positioning the image” on page 21.

NOTE:

• Heated air comes out of the air exhaust port. Do not touch the air exhaust port directly.

• If keystone distortion occurs, see “KEYSTONE” on page 36.

• Screw up the adjuster legs, and an audible click will be heard as the limit.

Downloaded from ProjectorsManual.com Manuals

E

NGLISH - 15

Setting up

Lens shift and positioning

If the projector is not positioned right in front of the centre of the screen, you can adjust the projected image position by moving the lens shift dials within the shift range of the lens.

J

Adjusting the lens shift lever

1. Screw the shift lever counterclockwise to unlock.

2. Move the shift lever to adjust the projected image position.

3. Screw the shift lever clockwise to lock.

Q

Horizontal shift

You can place the projector where the projector lens is up to 25% horizontally off-centre from the screen and then adjust the image position with the lens shift feature.

Screen

Shifting the lever left:

Moving to screen’s right

Up to about 25 % of the projection

Up to about 25 % of the projection

Shifting the lever right:

Moving to screen’s left

Q

Vertical shift

You can place the projector where the projector lens is up to 63% vertically off-centre from the screen and the adjust the image position with the lens shift feature.

Shifting the lever down:

Moving to screen’s bottom.

Up to about 63 % of the projection

Up to about 63 % of the projection

Shifting the lever up:

Moving to screen’s top.

E

NGLISH

Setting up

J

Projector location range

You can determine where to locate the screen and the projector by considering the lens shift possibilities. See

“Positioning the image” on page 21.

Q

When the screen position is fixed

Projector

Vertical centre of screen

Placement

SH

Centre of lens

SW

Q

When the projector position is fixed

63%

Shift range

63%

25% 25%

Projector

NOTE:

• When the projector is located right in front of the screen and the lens shift dials is centred, you will get the best quality of the projection image.

• When the shift lever is at the vertical limit of the shift range, you cannot move the lever to the horizontal limit, likewise when the shift lever is at the horizontal limit of the shift range, you cannot move the lever to the horizontal limit.

• When the projector is tilted and you adjust KEYSTONE, the centre of the screen and the lens need to be realigned.

• Do not attempt to pull hard the shift lever while adjusting as this may damage the projector.

Downloaded from ProjectorsManual.com Manuals

E

NGLISH - 17

Connections

\

Before connecting to the projector

Read and follow the operating and connecting instructions of each peripheral device.

The peripheral devices must be turned off.

Use cables that match each peripheral device to be connected.

Confirm the type of video signals. See “List of compatible signals” on page 45.

Audio cables must be connected from each peripheral device directly to the audio reproduction system.

Connecting to COMPONENT IN/VIDEO IN/S-VIDEO IN

DVD player

To COMPONENT video output

To S-VIDEO output

To VIDEO output

Video player

Connecting to COMPUTER IN/HDMI IN

HDMI cable

(RP-CDHG100: Optional))

To HDMI output

RGB signal cable

(Commercial item)

DVD player

Computer

NOTE:

• Make sure the HDMI cable is adapted to your HDMI device for proper performance.

• A compatible cable is required for an HDMI 1 080p signal.

• It is possible to connect with DVI devices via a HDMI/DVI conversion adapter, but some equipment may not project the

image properly or other problems could be encountered. “Serial terminal” on page 46

E

NGLISH

Switching the projector on/off

Mains lead

J

Connecting

1. Make sure the shape of the mains plug and the

AC IN connector on the back of the projector match, then push the plug all the way in.

2. Connect the mains lead to a mains socket.

J

Disconnecting

1. Make sure the MAIN POWER is switched off and unplug the mains lead from the mains socket.

2. Hold the plug and unplug the mains lead from the

AC IN connector on the side of the projector.

NOTE:

• Do not use other than the provided mains lead.

• Ensure all the input devices are connected and turned off before connecting the mains lead.

• Do not force the connector as this may damage the projector and/or the mains lead.

• Dirt or dust build-up around plugs may cause fire or electrical hazards.

• Switch off the power to the projector when not in use.

POWER indicator

POWER indicator

Indicator status

No illumination or flashing

Red Lit

Flashing

Green

Lit

Lit

Orange

Flashing

Status

The MAIN POWER button is switched off.

The MAIN POWER button is switched on and the projector is in standby.

The POWER button is switched on and the projector is getting ready to project.

The projector is ready to project.

The POWER button is switched off and the projector is cooling the lamp.

The POWER button is switched on again when cooling the lamp and recovering to projection mode. Recovery may take a while.

NOTE:

• While the projector is cooling the lamp, do not switch the MAIN POWER button off or unplug the mains lead.

• The electric consumption in standby mode is 0.08 W.

Downloaded from ProjectorsManual.com Manuals

E

NGLISH - 19

Switching the projector on/off

Switching on the projector

POWER indicator

1. Switch the MAIN POWER button on.

The power indicator lights up in red.

2. Remove the lens cover from the lens.

3. Press the POWER button.

The power indicator lights up in green after flashing for a while.

The STARTUP LOGO is displayed on the screen.

See “STARTUP LOGO” on page 38.

NOTE:

• When the internal cooling fan is operating, some operational sound may be heard. The loudness of the operational sound depends on the external temperature.

• When starting up the projector, some small rattling or tinkling sound may be heard, or the display may flicker for the characteristics of the lamp. Those are normal and do not affect the performance of the projector.

• You can reduce the operational sound by setting the LAMP POWER in OPTION menu to ECO-MODE.

• Do not attempt to modify the lens cover which may cause burns, fire or damage to the projector.

Switching off the projector

POWER indicator

1. Press the POWER button.

The confirmation screen is displayed. It will disappear and return to the projection after

10 seconds without any operation.

To return to the projection, press ENTER to select

CANCEL or press MENU/RETURN.

2. Press I to select OK and press the POWER or

ENTER button.

The power indicator lights up in orange while cooling the lamp, then illuminates red when it is ready to switch off the MAIN POWER button.

3. Switch off the MAIN POWER button on the back of the projector.

NOTE:

• Press the POWER twice or for a long duration to switch the power off.

E

NGLISH

Projecting an image

Selecting the input signal

1. Switch on the connected devices.

Press the play button of the required device.

2. Press the INPUT SELECT button to select the

required input method if needed. See “Switching the input signal” on page 26.

The image will be projected on the screen.

Positioning the image

1. Press the ASPECT button to select the required

aspect mode. See “Switching the aspect ratio” on page 23.

2. Adjust the projected image with the lens shift

levers. See “Lens shift and positioning” on page 16.

NOTE:

AUTO SEARCH is ON as default and the signal from

the connected devices is detected automatically. See

“AUTO SEARCH” on page 38.

4. Adjust the focus and the projected image size.

Turn the focus ring and zoom ring to adjust.

You can confirm the result with TEST PATTERN.

See “TEST PATTERN” on page 39.

Focus ring

Zoom ring

3. Adjust the angle of the projector.

Screw down the front leg adjusters and adjust the angle vertically.

See “Front leg adjusters and throwing angle” on page 15.

NOTE:

• Do not touch the air exhaust port as this may cause burns or injury.

• If keystone distortion occurs, see “KEYSTONE” on page 36.

• If you adjust the focus, you may need to adjust the size of the image again.

Downloaded from ProjectorsManual.com Manuals

E

NGLISH - 21

Remote control operation

Operating range

You can operate the projector with the remote control within the remote range 7 m (22'11").

Q

Facing to the projector

Ensure the remote control emitter is facing to the remote control signal receptor on front/back of the projector and press the required buttons to operate.

Q

Facing to the screen

Ensure the remote control emitter is facing to the screen and press the required buttons to operate the projector. The signal will be reflected off the screen. The operating range may differ due to the screen material. This function may not be effective with a translucent screen.

NOTE:

• Do not let strong light shine onto the signal receptor.

The remote control may malfunction under strong light such as fluorescent.

• If there are any obstacles between the remote control and the remote control signal receptor, the remote control may not operate correctly.

Turning on the button backlight

In a dark room, you can turn on the button backlight to operate the remote control.

Press the LIGHT button on the upper right corner of the unit to turn on the backlight and enter the light-on mode.

After 5 seconds without any operation, the backlight will be faded, and it will go out after another 5 seconds.

Press any but the LIGHT button to turn on again. To escape from the light-on mode, press the LIGHT button.

Switching the preset settings

You can switch the preset settings by pressing the THEATER ROOM, LIVING ROOM, FAVORITE LOAD buttons.

See “FAVOURITE LOAD” on page 32.

Disp lay the

FAVOURITE LOAD menu. See

“FAVOURITE LOAD” on page 32.

Recommended for viewing in dark room.

CINEMA1

NATURAL

CINEMA2

Recommended for viewing in lit room.

NORMAL DYNAMIC

GAME VIVID CINEMA

E

NGLISH

Remote control operation

Adjusting the image

You can display the PICTURE and ADVANCED MENU menu items by pressing the PIC. ADJUST button. Press the button to switch between PICTURE and ADVANCED MENU menu. Press F G to select the required menu item and I H to adjust.

Q

PICTURE menu items

PICTURE MODE, CONTRAST, BRIGHTNESS,

COLOUR, TINT, SHARPNESS, COLOUR

TEMPERATURE and DYNAMIC IRIS

Q

ADVANCED MENU items

GAMMA, CONTRAST, BRIGHTNESS, NR,

MPEG NR, CINEMA REALITY and TV-SYSTEM

NOTE:

• For each menu items description, see “PICTURE menu” on page 30.

• The screen will be cleared after 7 seconds without any operation.

Switching the aspect ratio

The aspect ratio will be selected automatically, or you can switch it manually by pressing the ASPECT

button. Press the button several times to cycle through the different aspect type as follows. See

“ASPECT” on page 34.

Q

VIDEO/S-VIDEO/COMPONENT (YP

B

P

R

)

4:3 ZOOM2

16:9

14:9

Q

COMPUTER (RGB)

4:3

16:9

ZOOM1

JUST

V SCROLL

NOTE:

• If you project an image with an unmatched aspect ratio, the image may distort or some portions may be cropped. Select an aspect ratio which preserves the intention of the image creator.

• The order of aspect type is defined not only by the input

method but also by the input signals. See “List of compatible signals” on page 45.

• If you project a copyrighted image enlarged or distorted by using ASPECT function in commercial use in a public place, such as a restaurant or hotel, you might infringe on the copyright of the creator which is protected by copyright law.

Q

HDMI

4:3 16:9

Resetting to the factory default settings

You can reset most of the customised settings to the factory defaults by pressing

DEFAULT button of the remote control.

Display the required sub-menu or the menu items and press the button again.

NOTE:

• Some menu items are not available to reset by pressing the DEFAULT button. Adjust each menu items manually.

Capturing an image

When projecting an image, press FREEZE button to capture the projected image and display it on the screen as a still picture. Press again to escape.

Downloaded from ProjectorsManual.com Manuals

E

NGLISH - 23

Remote control operation

Setting your own colour profile

You can adjust a selected colour individually and save and retrieve under the PICTURE MODE setting.

Press the COLOR MANAGEMENT button to open the menu.

PROFILE

CURSOR

LOG

PROFILE SAVE

PROFILE DELETE

PROFILE NAME CHANGE

NORMAL

Q

Adjusting the selected colour

Select a colour and adjust COLOUR, TINT and

BRIGHTNESS.

1. Select the CURSOR menu and press ENTER.

The projected image is captured, and the target cursor is displayed.

When the LOG is fully stored, the target cursor will

not be displayed. See “Managing stored logs” on page 24.

Target cursor

2. Move the cursor with F G I H to the required place to select a colour and press ENTER.

The colour at the centre of the target cursor is sampled and the sample box is displayed on the left of the cursor. The menu items are displayed on the upper part of the screen.

CURSOR

RETURN

SELECT

ENTER

DEFAULT

COLOUR

TINT

BRIGHTNESS

3. Select a menu item and the I H to adjust each item level.

The result box is displayed on the right of the cursor and shows the adjusted colour.

CURSOR

RETURN

SELECT

ENTER

DEFAULT

COLOUR

TINT

BRIGHTNESS

Adjusted colour

COLOUR

TINT

Adjust the vividness of the colour.

Setting range: -30 to +30

Adjust the colour tone.

Setting range: -30 to +30

BRIGHTNESS

Adjust the brightness of the colour.

Setting range: -20 to +20

4. Press ENTER to store the adjusted result.

PROCESSING” is displayed for a few seconds and the result is stored in LOG.

You can store up to 8 logs under LOG for each

PICTURE MODE setting.

5. Press MENU or RETURN to return to the previous menu.

Repeat the steps above to store more adjustment.

Q

Managing stored logs

You can edit or delete the stored logs of the selected PICTURE MODE.

1. Select LOG and press ENTER.

The LOG menu is displayed.

PICTURE MODE : CINEMA1

Sampled colour

POINT1

POINT2

POINT3

POINT4

POINT5

POINT6

POINT7

POINT8

ALL DELETE

Sampled colour Adjusted colour

2. Select the required log from 1 - 8 or ALL DELETE, and press ENTER.

Select CHANGE to edit the log.

The cursor menu is displayed and you can readjust the colour.

Select DELETE to delete the log.

The confirmation screen will be displayed. Select OK to delete.

When you select ALL DELETE, the "DELETE ALL

LOG." screen is displayed. Select OK to delete all logs. The PROFILE setting will be set to NORMAL.

E

NGLISH

Q

Saving a log setting as a profile

Return to the COLOUR MANAGEMENT menu and save the stored log as a profile. Make sure that the PICTURE MODE is not switched.

1. Select the PROFILE SAVE menu and press

ENTER

The PROFILE SAVE menu is displayed. You can save the profile as USER1, USER2 and USER3.

USER1

USER2

USER3

2. Press ENTER to save the profile

The confirmation screen is displayed. Press ENTER again to save.

3. Use F G I H to specify the location of the required character to enter and press the ENTER button.

You can enter up to 14 characters.

PROFILE NAME INPUT

ALL DELETE

Remote control operation

Q

Loading saved profiles

When profiles are loaded under the PICTURE

MODE setting, you can keep them as you defined until the PROFILE is set to NORMAL.

1. Select the required PICTURE MODE and press

ENTER.

2. Press the COLOR MANAGEMENT button and select the PROFILE menu.

The profile settings of the selected PICTURE MODE will be displayed.

3. Select the required profile and press ENTER.

NORMAL

Return to the default setting of the

PICTURE MODE menu.

USER1

USER2

USER3

Defined profile settings.

Q

Deleting the saved profiles

You can delete the profiles from PROFILE

DELETE menu.

1. Select PROFILE DELETE and press the ENTER button.

2. Select the required profile or ALL DELETE and press the ENTER button.

The confirmation screen will be displayed and select

OK.

3. Press the ENTER button.

OK CANCEL

4. Repeat step 3 until you finish the text line.

Move the cursor to DEL ALL and press the ENTER button to delete all the entered text line.

Press the DEFAULT button to delete the last entered character or indicated with cursor in the text box.

To insert a character in the entered text line, move the cursor to the text box to select the required place and press G then perform step 4.

5. Select OK and press the ENTER button to set the entered text as a name.

Press the ENTER without entering any text to keep the default name.

Q

Changing the profile names

You can change the name of the profiles from the

PROFILE NAME CHANGE menu.

1. Select PROFILE NAME CHANGE and press the

ENTER button.

2. Select the required profile and press the ENTER button.

3. Use F G I H to specify the location of the required character to enter and press the ENTER button.

4. Select OK and press the ENTER button to set the entered text as a name.

NOTE:

LOG and PROFILE SAVE are not displayed before you apply COLOUR MANAGEMENT.

• If you load a profile with a different attribute mode of the profile, the CURSOR and PROFILE SAVE menus will not be displayed.

• The approximate colours will be adjusted at the same time. If you adjust the exact same colour differently, both colours will affect each other and you might get unexpected results.

• White, Black and Grey are not adjustable.

• If you escape the COLOUR MANAGEMENT menu or attempt to perform another menu action before you save the adjusted profile, the confirmation screen will be displayed.

• If you switch the input signal before you save the profile, the setting will be cancelled without notice.

Downloaded from ProjectorsManual.com Manuals

E

NGLISH - 25

Remote control operation

Switching the input signal

You can switch the input method manually by pressing the INPUT SELECT button. Press the button several times or press I H to cycle through the input methods as follows. The actual projected image will be changed in a while.

The graphical guidance will be displayed on the upper right of the projected image and you can confirm the

selected input method which is highlighted in yellow. See

“INPUT GUIDE” on page 38.

COMPONENT IN

COMPONENT (YP

B

P

R

) signals from the equipment connected to

COMPONENT IN.

COMPONENT IN S-VIDEO IN

S-VIDEO IN

S-VIDEO signal from the equipment connected to S-VIDEO IN.

COMPUTER IN VIDEO IN

VIDEO IN

VIDEO signal from the equipment connected to VIDEO IN.

HDMI 1 IN

HDMI 1 IN HDMI 2 IN

HDMI signal from the equipment connected to HDMI 1 IN/HDMI IN 2.

HDMI 2 IN

COMPUTER IN

COMPUTER (RGB) signal from the equipment connected to

COMPUTER IN.

NOTE:

• If you select an unplugged input method, the guidance will blink on and off several times.

• See “List of compatible signals” on page 45.

• See “Connections” on page 18.

Assigning the functions for shortcut

You can assign the following menu options to the FUNCTION button for shortcut. See “FUNCTION BUTTON” on page 37.

HDMI 1 IN

HDMI 2 IN

COMPUTER IN

COMPONENT IN

S-VIDEO IN

VIDEO IN

BLANK

AUTO SETUP

LIGHT HARMONIZER

page 26

page 37

page 36

page 31

SLEEP

FAVOURITE LOAD

NORMAL

DYNAMIC

VIVID CINEMA

CINEMA1

CINEMA2

NATURAL

GAME (Default setting)

page 39

page 32

page 30

E

NGLISH

Menu Navigation

The menu system allows you to access functions which do not have their own dedicated buttons on the remote control. The menu options are structured and categorised. You can navigate through the menu with F G H I buttons.

Navigating through the MENU

J

Displaying the main menu

Press the MENU button to display the main menu and the operating guidance.

Main menu Sub-menu

Current settings

Q

Operating procedure

1. Press F G to scroll to the required main menu item and press ENTER to select.

The selected item is highlighted in orange and the sub-menu is displayed on the right.

See “Main menu and sub-menu” on page 28.

PICTURE

POSITION

LANGUAGE

FUNCTION BUTTON

OPTION

SELECT

RETURN

ENTER

PICTURE MODE

CONTRAST

BRIGHTNESS

COLOUR

TINT

SHARPNESS

COLOUR TEMPERATURE

DYNAMIC IRIS

LIGHT HARMONIZER

ADVANCED MENU

FAVOURITE SAVE

FAVOURITE LOAD

FAVOURITE EDIT

NORMAL

ON

PICTURE

POSITION

LANGUAGE

FUNCTION BUTTON

OPTION

SELECT

RETURN

ENTER

H-POSITION

V-POSITION

ASPECT

WSS

OVER SCAN

KEYSTONE

ON

Operating guidance

Contains the required buttons to adjust the settings.

Q

Adjusting with the bar scale items

The triangle mark under the bar indicates factory default setting and the square indicates the current setting.

Current setting

BRIGHTNESS

2. Press F G to scroll to the required sub-menu item and press I H or ENTER to adjust.

The selected item is called up and the other menu items disappear from the screen. Called up item will be disappear after 5 seconds and return to the menu mode.

If there is a lower level, the next level will be displayed.

PICTURE

POSITION

LANGUAGE

FUNCTION BUTTON

OPTION

H-POSITION

V-POSITION

ASPECT

WSS

OVER SCAN

KEYSTONE

ON

Default

Q

Returning to the previous menu

Press the MENU or RETURN button to return to the previous menu. Press repeatedly to escape from the menu mode and return to the projection.

RETURN

SELECT

ENTER

DEFAULT

3. Press I H to adjust or set the selected item.

For items using a bar scale, the current settings are displayed on the left of the bar scale.

You can cycle through the options of an item by pressing I H.

BRIGHTNESS

4. Press MENU or RETURN to return to the previous menu.

NOTE:

• See “Resetting to the factory default settings” on page 23 to reset each menu items.

Downloaded from ProjectorsManual.com Manuals

E

NGLISH - 27

Menu Navigation

Main menu and sub-menu

The main menu has 5 options. Select the required menu item and press ENTER to display the sub-menu.

NOTE:

• Some default settings vary by the selected input signal.

• Sub-menu items vary according to the selected input signal.

• Some settings are adjustable without any signals.

Main menu

PICTURE

Sub-menu

PICTURE MODE

CONTRAST

BRIGHTNESS

COLOUR

TINT

SHARPNESS

COLOUR TEMPERATURE

DYNAMIC IRIS

LIGHT HARMONIZER

ADVANCED MENU

FAVOURITE SAVE

FAVOURITE LOAD

FAVOURITE EDIT

SIGNAL MODE

*1

*1. COMPUTER/COMPONENT/HDMI signals only

Options (Underlined is default setting)

NATURAL

CINEMA1

GAME

• Default: 0

• Default: 0

• Default: 0

• Default: 0

• Default: 0

• Default: 0

ON

MODE

MANUAL

NORMAL

CINEMA2

AUTO

OFF

DYNAMIC

VIVID CINEMA

OFF

GAMMA HIGH

GAMMA MID

GAMMA LOW

CONTRAST R

CONTRAST G

CONTRAST R

BRIGHTNESS R

BRIGHTNESS G

BRIGHTNESS B

• Default: 0

• Default: 0

• Default: 0

• Default: 0

• Default: 0

• Default: 0

• Default: 0

• Default: 0

• Default: 0

COLOUR MANAGEMENT PROFILE

CURSOR

LOG

PROFILE SAVE

NR

MPEG NR

CINEMA REALITY

TV-SYSTEM

PROFILE DELETE

PROFILE NAME CHANGE

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

AUTO

SECAM

PAL

PAL-N

NTSC 4.43

PAL-M

NTSC

FAVOURITE1 - 8

FAVOURITE1 - 8

FAVOURITE DELETE MEMORY NAME CHANGE

Page

page 30 page 30 page 30 page 30 page 30 page 30

page 31 page 31 page 31 page 31

page 32 page 32

page 33 page 33

E

NGLISH

Main menu

POSITION

Sub-menu

H-POSITION

V-POSITION

DOT CLOCK

*1

CLOCK PHASE

*2

ASPECT

WSS

*3

OVER SCAN

*4

KEYSTONE

AUTO SETUP

*5

LANGUAGE

Menu Navigation

Options (Underlined is default setting)

• Default: 0

• Default: 0

• Default: 0

• Default: 0

4:3

ZOOM1

H-FIT

ON

• Default: 0

• Default: 0

16:9

ZOOM2

V-FIT

OFF

14:9

V SCROLL

JUST

Page

page 34 page 34 page 34 page 34 page 34

page 36 page 36 page 36 page 36

FUNCTION

BUTTON

OPTION

HDMI 1 IN

HDMI 2 IN

COMPUTER IN

COMPONENT IN

S-VIDEO IN

VIDEO IN

BLANK

AUTO SETUP

LIGHT HARMONIZER

INPUT GUIDE

OSD DESIGN

OSD POSITION

BACK COLOUR

STARTUP LOGO

AUTO SEARCH

HDMI SIGNAL LEVEL

INSTALLATION

SLEEP

ALTITUDE

LAMP POWER

LAMP RUNTIME

TEST PATTERN

*1. COMPONENT/COMPUTER signals only

*2. COMPONENT signals only

*3. VIDEO/S-VIDEO/COMPONENT signals only

*4. Not available with COMPUTER signals

*5. COMPUTER signals only

SLEEP

FAVOURITE LOAD

NORMAL (PICTURE MODE)

DYNAMIC (PICTURE MODE)

VIVID CINEMA (PICTURE MODE)

CINEMA1 (PICTURE MODE)

CINEMA2 (PICTURE MODE)

NATURAL (PICTURE MODE)

DETAILED

TYPE1

UPPER LEFT

LOWER LEFT

BLUE

ON

ON

NORMAL

FRONT/DESK

REAR/DESK

OFF

150MIN.

LOW

60 MIN.

180MIN.

NORMAL

GAME (PICTURE MODE)

SIMPLE OFF

TYPE2 TYPE3

UPPER CENTRE UPPER RIGHT

CENTRE

LOWER CENTRE LOWER RIGHT

BLACK

OFF

OFF

EXPAND

FRONT/CEILING

REAR/CEILING

90MIN.

210MIN.

HIGH

ECO-MODE

120MIN.

240MIN.

page 37

page 38 page 38 page 38 page 38 page 38 page 38 page 38 page 38

page 39 page 39 page 39 page 39 page 39

Downloaded from ProjectorsManual.com Manuals

E

NGLISH - 29

PICTURE menu

Remote control Control panel

CONTRAST

You can adjust the contrast of the projected image.

Adjust the BRIGHTNESS in advance if necessary.

Lower Higher

See “Navigating through the MENU” on page 27.

See “Main menu and sub-menu” on page 28.

PICTURE MODE

Depending on the projection environment, you can use these preset parameter settings to optimise image projection. Press I H to cycle through the options.

NORMAL GAME

Setting range: -32 to +32

BRIGHTNESS

You can adjust the brightness of the projected image.

Darker Brighter

DYNAMIC

VIVID CINEMA

NATURAL

Setting range: -32 to +32

COLOUR

You can adjust the colour saturation of the projected image.

CINEMA1 CINEMA2

Recommended for viewing in lit room

NORMAL

DYNAMIC

VIVID CINEMA

Setting for a general image, such as sports.

Bright and sharp setting

Vivid and crisp colour setting

GAME

Setting for games

Recommended for viewing in dark room

CINEMA1

CINEMA2

NATURAL

Hollywood style colours

Deeper and more rich colour setting

Reproduce the original colour of the image

Lighter Darker

Setting range: -32 to +32

When COMPUTER signal is connected, only available with the following signals.

1 125 (1 080)/60i

1 125 (1 080)/60p

1 125 (1 080)/50i

1 125 (1 080)/50p

TINT

You can adjust the skin tone in the projected image.

More reddish

More greenish

NOTE:

• It may take for a while until the selected mode is stabilised.

Q

Reproducing colour of an sRGB image

For reproducing the original colour of S-VIDEO images precisely, set as follows.

1. Press the PICTURE ADJUST button and select

NATURAL.

2. Press the DEFAULT button to reset the other submenu items.

3. Press the RETURN button once to return to the main menu and select OPTION.

4. Set the LAMP POWER menu to NORMAL.

Setting range: -32 to +32

When COMPUTER signal is connected, only available with the following signals.

1 125 (1 080)/60i

1 125 (1 080)/60p

1 125 (1 080)/50i

1 125 (1 080)/50p

SHARPNESS

You can adjust the sharpness of the projected image.

Less sharp

More sharp

Setting range will vary according to the selected input signal.

E

NGLISH

COLOUR TEMPERATURE

You can adjust the white balance of the projected image.

Less bluish

Less reddish

Setting range: -6 to +6

DYNAMIC IRIS

You can switch automatic adjustment system of the lamp and the lens iris, which control the contrast and black level, on/off.

ON: Automatic adjustment

OFF: No adjustment

LIGHT HARMONIZER

The luminance sensor detects the brightness of the room and keeps the luminance in balance automatically.

If needed, you can switch this function on/off from

MODE, or adjust it manually from MANUAL by pressing

I H.

Setting range: -8 to +8

NOTE:

• To assure correct performance of the LIGHT

HARMONIZER, do not interrupt the light on to the

luminance sensor. See “Projector body” on page 12.

ADVANCED MENU

You can perform more detailed image adjustment manually.

J

GAMMA

You can adjust linear intensity at 3 levels. Press I

H to increase/decrease 1 point.

Levels Default setting

GAMMA HIGH

GAMMA MID

GAMMA LOW

Setting range: -8 to +8

J

CONTRAST

0

0

0

You can adjust the amount of contrast in RGB colours individually. Press I H to increase/ decrease 1 point.

RGB Default setting

CONTRAST R

CONTRAST G

CONTRAST B

Setting range: -16 to +16

0

0

0

PICTURE menu

J

BRIGHTNESS

You can adjust the brightness in RGB colours individually. Press I H to increase/decrease

1 point.

RGB Default setting

BRIGHTNESS R

BRIGHTNESS G

BRIGHTNESS B

Setting range: -16 to +16

J

COLOUR MANAGEMENT

0

0

0

You can manage your own defined colour settings.

See “Setting your own colour profile” on page 24.

J

NR (Noise Reduction)

You can switch the automatic noise reduction system on/off. Press I H to select the required setting.

ON: Automatic noise reduction

OFF: No noise reduction

J

MPEG NR

You can switch the automatic noise reduction system for MPEG format images on/off. The system minimise block noise and mosquito noise to eliminate jagged edges, providing an overall smoother image. Press I H to select the required setting.

ON: Active

OFF: Deactive

NOTE:

MPEG NR system is not available with COMPUTER/

HDMI (VGA480) signals.

J

CINEMA REALITY

You can switch the automatic image synchroniser on/off for 24 frames a second images, such as movies. Press I H to select the required setting.

ON:

OFF:

Active

Deactive

NOTE:

CINEMA REALITY is effective only with interlace signals.

Downloaded from ProjectorsManual.com Manuals

E

NGLISH - 31

PICTURE menu

J

TV-SYSTEM

When the video signal is changed, the setting switches automatically.

You can switch the setting manually to match the video data. Press I H to cycle through the options.

AUTO NTSC

SECAM

PAL-N

NTSC 4.43

PAL-M PAL

NOTE:

AUTO setting will select from NTSC/NTSC 4.43/PAL/

PAL60/PAL-M/PAL-N/SECAM.

FAVOURITE SAVE

You can save and name the adjusted PICTURE menu settings for instant access from FAVOURITE LOAD menu.

1. Adjust the items in PICTURE menu.

2. Select FAVOURITE SAVE and press the ENTER button.

3. Select the required memory setting and press the

ENTER button.

The confirmation screen will be displayed. Select OK and press the ENTER button.

Indicated with

is in use, and

is empty.

4. Use F G I H to specify the location of the required character to enter and press the ENTER button.

You can enter up to 16 characters.

FAVOURITE NAME CHANGE

ALL DELETE

OK CANCEL

5. Repeat step 4 until you finish the text line.

Move the cursor to DEL ALL and press the ENTER button to delete all the entered text line.

Press the DEFAULT button to delete the last entered character or indicated with cursor in the text box.

To insert a character in the entered text line, move the cursor to the text box to select the required place and press G then perform step 4.

6. Select OK and press the ENTER button to set the entered text as a name.

NOTE:

• If you leave the text box empty and save, the default memory number will stay as a name.

FAVOURITE LOAD

You can access the saved settings instantly. See

“Switching the preset settings” on page 22.

1. Select a setting from FAVOURITE1 - 8.

Undefined settings will not be selectable.

2. Press ENTER to activate.

NOTE:

• If you have not saved any settings, FAVOURITE1 - 8 will not be displayed.

E

NGLISH

PICTURE menu

FAVOURITE EDIT

You can edit the named memory settings.

Q

Deleting a memory setting

1. Select FAVOURITE DELETE and press the

ENTER button.

2. Select the required memory setting and press the

ENTER button.

If you select ALL DELETE, you can delete all of the saved memory settings.

3. Select OK in the confirmation screen and press the

ENTER button.

Q

Changing the name of the memory setting

1. Select the required memory setting and press the

ENTER button.

2. Use F G I H to specify the location of the required character to enter and press the ENTER button.

You can enter up to 16 characters.

FAVOURITE NAME CHANGE

SIGNAL MODE

The current selected signal will be displayed. This is available with signals from COMPUTER IN/

COMPONENT IN/HDMI IN only.

NOTE:

• See “List of compatible signals” on page 45.

ALL DELETE

OK CANCEL

3. Repeat step 4 until you finish the text line.

Move the cursor to DEL ALL and press the ENTER button to delete all the entered text line.

Press the DEFAULT button to delete the last entered character or indicated with cursor in the text box.

To insert a character in the entered text line, move the cursor to the text box to select the required place and press G then perform step 4.

4. Select OK and press the ENTER button to set the entered text as a name.

NOTE:

• If you have not saved any settings, FAVOURITE1 - 16 will not be displayed.

Downloaded from ProjectorsManual.com Manuals

E

NGLISH - 33

POSITION menu

Remote control

See “Navigating through the MENU” on page 27.

See “Main menu and sub-menu” on page 28.

H-POSITION

You can move the projected image horizontally for fine adjustment.

Move left

Move right

V-POSITION

Control panel

You can move the projected image vertically for fine adjustment.

Move down

Move up

DOT CLOCK

If you have interference patterns of the projected image, which is sometimes referred to as moire or noise, you can minimize it by pressing I H to adjust the clock frequency. (Available with signals from COMPUTER IN only)

NOTE:

• If the projecting signal’s dot clock frequency is higher than 150 MHz, the adjustment may not make a difference.

DOT CLOCK needs to be adjusted before adjusting the

CLOCK PHASE.

CLOCK PHASE

If you require further adjustment for the same reason as the DOT CLOCK adjustment, you can fine adjust the timing of the clock. Press I H to adjust. (Available with signals from COMPUTER IN/COMPONENT IN only)

NOTE:

• If the projecting signal’s dot clock frequency is higher than 150 MHz, the adjustment may not make a difference.

• Available signals from COMPONENT IN:

1 125 (1 080)/60i, 1 125 (1 080)/50i, 1 125 (1 080)/60p,

1 125 (1 080)/50p, 1 125 (1 080)/24p, 750 (720)/60p,

750 (720)/50p

ASPECT

You can switch the aspect ratio manually when needed.

J

Aspect ratio depend on signals

Press I H to cycle through the aspect ratio options. The cycle pattern depends on the connected signals.

VIDEO/

S-VIDEO

COMPUTER

(RGB)

HDMI

COMPONENT

(YP

B

P

R

)

4:3 \ 16:9 \ 14:9 \ ZOOM1 \

ZOOM2 \ JUST

AUTO \ 4:3 \ 16:9 \ JUST \

ZOOM

NTSC signal

4:3 \ 16:9 \ V SCROLL

4:3 \ 16:9

VGA or SVGA signals

Not switchable

WIDE480/600/720/768/768-2/800/

900 signals

4:3 \ 16:9

16:9 \ H - FIT \ V - FIT \ ZOOM

1 125 (1 080)/50i, 1 125 (1 080)/60i,

1 125 (1 080)/50p, 1 125 (1 080)/60p,

1 125 (1 080)/24p, 750 (720)/50p and

750 (720)/60p signals

4:3 \ 16:9 \ JUST \ ZOOM

525p (480p) and 625p (576p) signals

4:3 \ 16:9 \ 14:9 \ JUST \

ZOOM1 \ ZOOM2

625i (576i), 625p (576p)

AUTO \ 4:3 \ 16:9 \ JUST \

ZOOM

525i (480i), 525p (480p)

16:9 \ H - FIT \ V - FIT

1 125 (1 080)/50i, 1 125 (1 080)/60i,

1 125 (1 080)/50p, 1 125 (1 080)/60p,

1 125 (1 080)/24p, 750 (720)/50p,

750 (720)/60p signals

E

NGLISH

POSITION menu

J

Aspect ratio options and projection example

If you apply the aspect ratio options to the projected image, the result will be as follows. The result may differ

due to the input signals. See “Switching the aspect ratio” on page 23.

Q

VIDEO/S-VIDEO/COMPONENT

Not available with 1 125 (1 080)/50i, 1 125 (1 080)/60i, 1 125 (1 080)/50p, 1 125 (1 080)/60p, 1 125 (1 080)/

24p, 750 (720)/50p and 750 (720)/60p signals.

4:3

Squeeze signal

16:9

Letter box

14:9

Letter Box

2.35:1

Cinescope

Original size

4:3

Projects at 4:3.

16:9

Adjusts horizontally to 16:9.

JUST

ZOOM/

ZOOM1

ZOOM2

Adjusts horizontally to fit 16:9. Closer to edge, more enlarged. Not available with COMPUTER signals.

Adjusts to 16:9 size with preserving original ratio. Escape the menu mode and press FG to adjust vertically.

Adjusts to cinescope size not including letter box. Escape the menu mode and press FG to adjust vertically.

14:9

Adjusts to 14:9.

Q

COMPONENT signals

Available with 1 125 (1 080)/50i, 1 125 (1 080)/60i, 1 125 (1 080)/50p, 1 125 (1 080)/60p, 1 125 (1 080)/24p,

750 (720)/50p and 750 (720)/60p signals

4:3 16:9 Cinescope

Original Size

H - FIT

Adjusts horizontally to 16:9.

V - FIT

Adjusts to 16:9 vertically. Escape and press F G to scroll the image to adjust the edge vertically.

Q

COMPUTER signals

V SCROLL

Escape and press F G to scroll the image of COMPUTER signals to adjust the edge vertically.

Downloaded from ProjectorsManual.com Manuals

E

NGLISH - 35

POSITION menu

WSS

WSS (Wide Screen Signalling) detects if a PAL/

625p (576p)/625i (576i) signal is input and that signal has an identification signal, and switch the aspect ratio to required setting automatically. You can switch the system off manually.

OVER SCAN

If the 4 edges of an image is partly dropped, you can use this function to adjust and project it properly.

Setting range: 0 to +10

OVER SCAN is not available with COMPUTER signals.

KEYSTONE

If the projector is aligned non-perpendicularly to the screen, or if the projection screen has an angled surface, you can vertically correct keystone.

Image Operation

Shrink

Enlarge

Setting range: -32 to 32

NOTE:

• You can correct the distortion ± 30 degrees from the vertical plane. For a better quality image, installing the projector with a minimum of distortion is recommended.

• Some distortion may be retained for the lens shift adjustment.

• The distortion of the main menu screen is not correctable.

• The result of the keystone correction will affect the aspect ratio and the size of the image.

AUTO SETUP

You can adjust V - POSITION, H - POSITION, DOT

CLOCK and CLOCK PHASE automatically when connecting via COMPUTER IN. Press ENTER to adjust these at the same time.

E

NGLISH

FUNCTION BUTTON

Remote control Control panel

See “Navigating through the MENU” on page 27.

See “Main menu and sub-menu” on page 28.

FUNCTION BUTTON

You can assign a frequently used menu option to the FUNCTION button for shortcut. Press I H to select the required menu option and press the ENTER button.

HDMI 1 IN

HDMI 2 IN

COMPUTER IN

COMPONENT IN

S-VIDEO IN

VIDEO IN

BLANK

AUTO SETUP

LIGHT HARMONIZER

page 26

page 37

page 36

page 31

SLEEP

FAVOURITE LOAD

NORMAL

DYNAMIC

VIVID CINEMA

CINEMA1

CINEMA2

NATURAL

GAME (Default setting)

page 39

page 32

page 30

Q

BLANK function

You can stop the projection temporary for electrical power save. To escape from the blank mode, press any button except the LIGHT button.

Downloaded from ProjectorsManual.com Manuals

E

NGLISH - 37

OPTION menu

Remote control Control panel

See “Navigating through the MENU” on page 27.

See “Main menu and sub-menu” on page 28.

INPUT GUIDE

When you change the input method, the guidance appears in the upper right corner of the screen. The following display methods are available. Press I H to cycle through the options.

Options

OFF

SIMPLE

DETAILED

Function

Turn off the guidance.

Display the input method by text. The

INPUT GUIDE will go out after

5 seconds without any operation.

Display the input method by graphic. The

INPUT GUIDE will go out after

10 seconds without any operation.

OSD DESIGN

You can change the background colour of the menu.

Press I H to cycle through the option.

TYPE1

TYPE2

Semi transparent black

Solid blue

TYPE3

Semi transparent dark blue

OSD POSITION

You can change the position where to display the menu.

Press I H to cycle through the options.

UPPER

LEFT

UPPER

CENTRE

UPPER

RIGHT

LOWER

LEFT

CENTRE

LOWER

CENTRE

LOWER

RIGHT

BACK COLOUR

You can choose a screen colour from BLUE or BLACK for when the projector is idle. Press I H to select.

STARTUP LOGO

You can switch the logo on/off that is displayed when starting up the projector. Press I H to select the required option. STARTUP LOGO will be displayed for

30 seconds.

ON

Active

OFF

Deactive

AUTO SEARCH

When the projector is turned on, the input terminals are detected and an input signal is selected automatically.

You can switch the system on/off. Press I H to cycle through the options.

ON

OFF

Active

Deactive

NOTE:

• When no signal is detected, the last used input will be selected.

HDMI SIGNAL LEVEL

When an HDMI is not projected normally, you can switch the HDMI signal level to NORMAL or EXPAND. Press I

H to select an option.

NORMAL

EXPAND

General HDMI signal level

Expanded HDMI signal level

NOTE:

HDMI SIGNAL LEVEL is not available with some equipment.

INSTALLATION

When installing the projector, select the projection method according to the projector position. Press I H

to cycle through the options. See “Projection method” on page 15.

FRONT/DESK

FRONT/CEILING

REAR/DESK

REAR/CEILING

Setting on a desk/floor and projecting from front

Mounting in the ceiling and projecting from front

Setting on a desk/floor and projecting from rear

Mounting in the ceiling and projecting from rear

E

NGLISH

OPTION menu

SLEEP

You can select the required duration of time and set the off timer to turn off the power of the projector automatically. 3 minutes before turn-off, the countdown of minutes will be displayed in the lower right corner.

Press I H to cycle through the options.

OFF

60MIN.

90MIN.

240MIN.

210MIN.

180MIN.

120MIN.

150MIN.

ALTITUDE

If you use the projector at high elevation, the ALTITUDE setting need to be HIGH to set the fan speed high. Press

I H to select the required option.

LOW

HIGH

The fan speed is low.

The fan speed is high.

LAMP RUNTIME

You can check how long time the lamp has been used.

NOTE:

LAMP RUNTIME is a relevant matter for lamp

replacement timing. See “Replacing the lamp unit” on page 42.

TEST PATTERN

You can use the 2 different test patterns to adjust the focus of the image.

1. Press the ENTER button to display the test pattern 1 and adjust the focus with the focus ring.

2. Press the ENTER button to display the test pattern 2 and adjust the focus with the focus ring again.

NOTE:

• At 1 400 m (4 593 ft) above sea level, the setting must be HIGH.

• The loudness of fan noise depends on the ALTITUDE setting.

LAMP POWER

You can adjust the power of the lamp to save electricity, prolong the lamp life and reduce the noise.

Options Function

NORMAL

ECO-MODE

When higher luminance is required.

When lower luminance is sufficient.

3. Press the MENU or RETURN to return to the previous menu, or press repeatedly to return to the screen.

NOTE:

• When the projector and/or the screen is tilted, adjust the focus at the centre of the image. The upper and lower edge might be out of focus.

• When the image is distorted in keystone, adjust the

KEYSTONE in the POSITION menu.

NOTE:

• When no input signal is detected, the function is disabled.

Downloaded from ProjectorsManual.com Manuals

E

NGLISH - 39

TEMP and LAMP Indicators

Managing the indicated problems

If a problem should occur with the projector, the LAMP and/or TEMP indicators will inform you. Manage the indicated problems as follow.

1. Confirm the status of all indicators and projector, and switch off the projector in proper way.

2. Find out the cause of the problem by status of the LAMP and/or

TEMP indicators.

3. Follow the following instruction for each indication and solve the problem.

4. Turn on the projector in the correct way and confirm the indicator is not indicating a problem any longer.

POWER LAMP TEMP

NOTE:

• If no problem is found or the problem remains, do not turn on the projector. Instead contact an Authorised Service Centre.

J

LAMP indicator

Indicator

Illuminating red Flashing red

Problem

LAMP RUNTIME has reached 1 800 hours.

The lamp circuit failure, abnormal function or lamp unit is damaged.

Cause

Remedy

The lamp unit will run out soon and needs to be replaced.

See “Replacing the lamp unit” on page 42.

The MAIN POWER is switched on again before the lamp unit is cooled enough.

Let the lamp unit cool down for more than

90 seconds and turn on the MAIN POWER.

The lamp circuit failure, abnormal function.

Contact an Authorised

Service Centre.

The lamp unit is damaged.

See “Replacing the lamp unit” on page 42.

J

TEMP indicator

Indicator

Illuminating red and still projecting

Flashing red and the POWER button is turned off

Problem

Cause

Remedy

The temperature inside and/or outside the projector is abnormally high.

The ventilation openings are covered.

Remove the object(s) from the ventilation openings or clear around the projector.

The room temperature is too high.

Reinstall the projector in temperature controlled place.

See page 48.

The air filter is excessively dirty and the ventilation is poor.

Replace the air filter in the

proper method. See page 41.

E

NGLISH

Care and Replacement

Cleaning the projector

J

Before cleaning the projector

Switch off the MAIN POWER switch in proper way and disconnect the mains plug from the mains socket.

Unplug all the cables from the projector.

J

Cleaning the outer surface of the projector

Wipe off dirt and dust gently with a soft cloth.

If it is difficult to remove the dirt, soak a cloth in water, wring the cloth well and then wipe the projector. Dry off the projector with dry cloth.

Do not use petroleum benzine, thinner, any alcoholic solvent, kitchen detergents or chemical clothes. Failure to observe these may result in altered or damaged surface of the projector.

J

Cleaning the lens surface

Wipe off dirt and dust gently with a lint-free cloth.

Make sure no dirt or dust remains on the surface of the lens. It will be enlarged and projected onto a screen.

J

Cleaning the air filter

If the air filter is excessively dirty, the internal temperature of the projector increases and may cause malfunction. Clean the air filter regularly every 100 hours of usage.

1. Turn the projector upside down and place it gently on a soft cloth.

2. Press the tab and slightly slide up the air filter to remove.

3. Vacuum dirt and dust from the air filter.

Do not wash the air filter.

4. Place and slightly slide in the air filter in the air intake port to attach.

Make sure the air filter clicks into the place.

NOTE:

• Do not use the projector without attaching the air filter.

J

Replacing the air filter

The air filter should be replaced when cleaning is ineffective and when replacing the lamp unit. A replacement air filter is provided with a replacement lamp unit, ET-LAX100. Contact an Authorised Service Centre for the optional air filter.

Downloaded from ProjectorsManual.com Manuals

E

NGLISH - 41

Care and Replacement

Replacing the lamp unit

J

Before replacing the lamp unit

Switch off the MAIN POWER button in proper way and disconnect the mains plug from the mains socket.

Make sure the lamp unit and the surroundings are cooled enough.

Unplug all the cables from the projector.

Prepare a Phillips-head screwdriver.

Contact an Authorised Service Centre to purchase a replacement lamp unit (ET-LAX100).

When the projector is mounted in the ceiling, do not work directly under the projector or put your face closer to the projector.

NOTE:

• Prior to replacing the lamp unit, allow it to cool down to prevent the risk of burns, damage and other hazards.

• Do not attempt replacement with an unauthorised lamp unit.

J

When to replace the lamp unit

The lamp unit is consumable and the brightness decreases by duration of usage. The LAMP indicator will inform you of the replacement timing at 1 800 hours, and at 2 000 hours, the projector will be turned off. Those figures are rough guidance and might be shortened by the usage conditions, characteristics of the lamp unit, environmental conditions, and so on. You can check the duration of usage time using LAMP RUNTIME in the

OPTION menu.

On screen

REPLACE LAMP

LAMP indicator

Indication

Over 1 800 hours

Over 2 000 hours

REPLACE LAMP” is displayed on the upper left of the screen for 30 seconds.

To clear the screen immediately, press any button.

Illuminates red.

REPLACE LAMP” is displayed on the upper left of the screen, and it will stay until you respond.

To clear the screen, press any button.

NOTE:

• The guide times, 1 800 and 2 000 hours, are rough estimates based on certain conditions and is not a guaranteed time.

The estimated condition is: LAMP POWER in OPTION menu set to NORMAL.

• To prolong the lamp life, set the LAMP POWER in OPTION menu to ECO-MODE. See “LAMP POWER” on page 39.

• For more information about the lamp unit, such as guaranteed time, see the instructions which is provided with the lamp unit.

E

NGLISH

Care and Replacement

J

Removing and replacing the lamp unit

1. Turn the projector upside down and place it gently on a soft cloth.

2. Use a Phillips screw driver to loosen the 2 lamp unit fixing screws until the screws turn freely and remove the lamp unit cover.

3. Use a Phillips screw driver to loosen the 2 lamp unit fixing screws until the screws turn freely.

4. Hold the handle of the lamp unit and pull out gently from the projector.

5. Replace the new lamp unit while making sure that the direction of insertion is correct.

Press the top of the lamp unit and make sure the unit is installed securely.

6. Tighten the lamp unit fixing screws securely with a Phillips screwdriver.

7. Attach the lamp unit cover and tighten the 3 lamp unit cover fixing screws securely with a Phillips screw driver.

Press here

Lamp unit cover fixing screws

Lamp unit cover

Lamp unit fixing screws

Press here

Handle

NOTE:

• Be sure to install the lamp unit and attach the lamp unit cover securely. If they are not installed securely, it may cause the protection circuit to operate so that the power cannot be turned on.

• Grip the handle and keep the lamp unit paralleled when you remove the lamp unit. Some parts of the lamp unit are sharpened and may cause injury.

• Do not switch the power on while the lamp unit cover removed.

J

Resetting the LAMP RUNTIME

If the lamp usage time has passed 2 000 hours (when LAMP POWER has been set to NORMAL), the projector will switch to standby mode after approximately 10 minutes of operation. The resetting procedure should thus be completed within 10 minutes.

1. Connect the mains lead to the projector and a mains socket, and switch the MAIN POWER on.

2. Press the POWER button.

3. Press the MENU button to display the menu.

4. Select the OPTION menu and press the ENTER button.

5. Select LAMP RUNTIME.

SLEEP

OFF

6. Press and hold the ENTER button for approximately 3 seconds.

7. The confirmation screen will be displayed and select OK.

8. Press the POWER button to turn off for resetting the duration of the LAMP RUNTIME.

9. Confirm the duration of time in LAMP RUNTIME is reset to “0 H”.

ALTITUDE LOW

NORMAL LAMP POWER

LAMP RUNTIME

1820H

Downloaded from ProjectorsManual.com Manuals

E

NGLISH - 43

Troubleshooting

Should any problem persist, contact your dealer.

Problem

Power does not turn on.

No picture appears.

The picture is fuzzy.

The colour is pale or greyish.

The Remote control does not operate.

The picture does not display correctly.

Picture from a computer does not appear.

Cause

The mains lead may not be connected.

The MAIN POWER switch is turned off.

No electric supply is at the mains socket.

TEMP indicator is lit or flashes.

LAMP indicator is lit or flashes.

The lamp unit cover has not been securely installed.

The circuit breakers have tripped.

The video signal input source may not be connected to a terminal properly.

The input selection setting may not be correct.

The BRIGHTNESS adjustment setting may be at the minimum setting.

The BLANK function may be in use.

The lens cover may still be attached to the lens.

The lens focus may not have been set correctly.

The projector may not be at the correct distance from the screen.

The lens may be dirty.

The projector may be tilted too much.

COLOUR or TINT adjustment may be incorrect.

The input source which is connected to the projector may not be adjusted correctly.

The batteries may be weak.

The batteries may not have been inserted correctly.

The remote control signal receptor on the projector may be obstructed.

The remote control unit may be out of the operation range.

The signal format (TV-SYSTEM) may not have been set correctly.

There may be a problem with the VCR or other signal source.

A signal which is not compatible with the projector is being input.

The cable may be longer than the optional cable.

The external video output from a laptop computer may not be correct.

(You may be able to change the external output settings by pressing the [Fn] + [F3] or [Fn] + [F10] keys simultaneously. The actual method varies depending on the type of computer; refer to the documentation provided with your computer for further details.)

Reference page

19

20

19

40

40

42

-

18

21

14

9

16

26

30

37

12

30

28

-

11

22

22

32

-

45

-

46

E

NGLISH

Technical Information

List of compatible signals

Signal Display mode

Display resolution

(dots)

*1

Scanning frequency

H

(kHz)

V (Hz)

Dot clock frequency

(MHz)

NTSC/NTSC 4.43/

PAL-M/PAL60

PAL/PAL-N/SECAM

525i (480i)

625i (576i)

525p (480p)

625p (576p)

1 125 (1 080)/60i

1 125 (1 080)/50i

1 125 (1 080)/24p

1 125 (1 080)/60p

1 125 (1 080)/50p

750 (720)/60p

750 (720)/50p

VGA480

WIDE480

SVGA

WIDE600

WIDE720

XGA

WIDE768

MXGA

SXGA

SXGA60+

WIDE768-2

-

WIDE480

SVGA55

SVGA60

SVGA70

SVGA75

SVGA85

WIDE600

WIDE720

XGA60

XGA70

XGA75

XGA85

XGA89

WIDE768

MXGA70

MXGA75

SXGA60

SXGA60+

WIDE768-2

-

525i

625i

525p

625p

1 125/60i

1 125/50i

1 125/24p

1 125/60p

1 125/50p

750/60p

750/50p

VGA60

VGA75

VGA85

VGA138

720 x 480i

48.4

56.5

60.0

68.7

72.1

45.3

64.0

67.5

30.1

35.2

37.9

48.1

46.9

53.7

37.2

45.1

64.0

65.1

48.8

67.5

56.3

45.0

37.5

31.5

37.5

43.3

72.1

15.6

15.7

15.6

31.5

31.3

33.8

28.1

27.0

856 x 480

800 x 600

800 x 600

800 x 600

800 x 600

800 x 600

1 072 x 600

1 280 x 720

1 024 x 768

1 024 x 768

1 024 x 768

1 024 x 768

1 024 x 768

1 280 x 768

1 152 x 864

1 152 x 864

1 280 x 1 024

1 400 x 1 050

1 360 x 768

720 x 576i

720 x 480i

720 x 576i

720 x 483

720 x 576

1 920 x 1 080i

1 920 x 1 080i

1 920 x 1 080

1 920 x 1 080

1 920 x 1 080

1 280 x 720

1 280 x 720

640 x 480

640 x 480

640 x 480

640 x 480

15.7

59.9

-

*1. The “i” appearing after the resolution indicates an interlaced signal.

*2. The following symbols are used to indicate picture quality.

AA Maximum picture quality can be obtained.

A Signals are converted by the image processing circuit before picture is projected.

60.0

70.1

75.0

85.0

89.0

56.5

71.2

74.9

60.1

56.3

60.3

72.2

75.0

85.1

59.9

60.1

60.0

59.9

59.8

60.0

50.0

60.0

50.0

59.9

75.0

85.0

138.0

50.0

59.9

50.0

59.9

50.0

60.0

50.0

24.0

65.0

75.0

78.8

94.5

99.2

76.2

94.2

108.0

31.5

36.0

40.0

50.0

49.5

56.3

51.4

76.5

108.0

122.4

74.3

148.5

148.5

74.3

74.3

25.2

31.5

36.0

62.3

-

13.5

13.5

27.0

27.0

74.3

74.3

74.3

Picture quality

*2

A

A

A

A

A

A

A

A

A

A

A

A

A

A

A

AA

A

A

A

A

A

A

A

A

AA

AA

AA

AA

A

AA

AA

AA

A

A

A

A

Terminals

VIDEO/S-VIDEO

COMPONENT

COMPONENT/HDMI

COMPONENT/

HDMI/COMPUTER

COMPONENT/HDMI

COMPONENT/

HDMI/COMPUTER

COMPONENT/HDMI

COMPUTER

Downloaded from ProjectorsManual.com Manuals

E

NGLISH - 45

Technical Information

Serial terminal

The serial connector which is on the connector panel of the projector conforms to the RS-232C interface specification, so that the projector can be controlled by a personal computer which is connected to this connecter.

J

Connection

D-sub 8 pin (male)

Computer

Serial terminal adapter

(ET-ADSER: Optional)

Serial terminal (female)

NOTE:

• You must use only an RS-232C Serial Interface Cable with a ferrite core, type ET-ADSER.

J

Pin assignments and signal names

Signal name Pin No.

D

E

F

A

B

C

G

H

J

Cable specifications

(When connected to a personal computer)

NC

RXD

GND

TXD

Contents

Connected internally

Connected internally

Received data

Earth

Transmitted data

Connected internally

NC

NC

NC

Projector

NC

NC

NC

NC

PC (DTE)

NC NC

J

Basic format

STX

Start byte

(02h)

Command

3 bytes

:

1 byte

Parameter

1 byte -

4 bytes

ETX

End

(03h)

The data streaming from the computer will start with STX, and proceed to Command,

Parameter and end with ETX. You can add the required parameter.

The projector can not receive any command for 10 seconds after the lamp is switched on. Wait 10 seconds before sending the command.

If sending multiple commands, check that a response has been received from the projector for one command before sending the next command.

When a command which does not require parameters to be sent, the colon (:) is not required.

If an incorrect command is sent from the personal computer, the ER401 command will be sent from the projector to the personal computer.

E

NGLISH

Technical Information

J

Communication settings

Signal level

Sync. method

Baud rate

RS-232C

Asynchronous

9 600 bps

Parity

None

J

Control commands

Character length

Stop bit

X parameter

S parameter

8 bits

1 bit

None

None

Command

PON

POF

IIS

OMN

OEN

OBK

OCU/OCD/

OCL/OCR

OST

OFZ

OOT

OSH

OVM

VS1

VPM

Control contents

POWER ON

POWER OFF

INPUT

MAIN

ENTER

RETURN

Navigation buttons

DEFAULT

FREEZE

SLEEP

BLANK

PICTURE

ASPECT

PICTURE MODE

Remarks

In standby mode, all commands other than the PON command are ignored.

The PON command is ignored during lamp ON control.

If a PON command is received while the cooling fan is operating after the lamp has switched off, the lamp is not turned back on again straight away in order to protect the lamp.

Parameter:

CP1 = COMPONENT IN (YP

B

P

R

)

SVD = S-VIDEO IN

HD1 = HDMI1 IN

VID = VIDEO IN

HD2 = HDMI2 IN

RG1 = COMPUTER IN

Displaying the main menu.

Activating the selected items in the menu mode.

Returning to the previous menu or escaping from the menu mode.

OCU = F button

OCD = G button

OCL = I button

OCR = H button

Resetting to the factory default setting. (page 23)

Freezing the projected screen.

Parameter:

0 = OFF 1 = ON

Setting the duration of time to turn off the power automatically. (page 39)

0 = OFF 1 = 60min.

2 = 90min.

3 = 120min.

5 = 180min.

6 = 210min.

7 = 240min.

Turning off the projection temporarily.

Send the command to switch between ON and OFF.

Do not send the command consecutively.

4 = 150min.

Activating the PICTURE menu. Send the command to switch menu items. (page 23)

Switching the aspect ratio. (page 23)

Switching the PICTURE MODE. (page 30)

Parameter:

NOR = NORMAL DYN = DYNAMIC VCN = VIVID CINEMA

CN1 = CINEMA1 CN2 = CINEMA2 NAT = NATURAL GAM = GAME

J

Inquiry commands

Command

QPW

QFZ

QIN

QOT

QPM

QSH

Control contents

Power status

FREEZE status

INPUT signal status

SLEEP status

PICTURE MODE status

BLANK status

000 = OFF

Parameter

001 = ON

0 = OFF 1 = ON

CP1 = COMPONENT IN (YP

B

P

R

)

SVD = S-VIDEO IN

HD1 = HDMI1 IN

0 = OFF

5 = 180min.

1 = 60min.

6 = 210min.

VID = VIDEO IN

HD2 = HDMI2 IN

RG1 = COMPUTER IN

2 = 90min.

7 = 240min.

3 = 120min.

NOR = NORMAL DYN = DYNAMIC VCN = VIVID CINEMA

CN1 = CINEMA1 CN2 = CINEMA2 NAT = NATURAL GAM = GAME

0 = OFF

4 = 150min.

Downloaded from ProjectorsManual.com Manuals

E

NGLISH - 47

Technical Information

Specifications

Power supply

Power consumption

Amps

AC 100 - 240 V 50 Hz/60 Hz

290 W

During standby (when fan is stopped): 0.08 W

3.5 A - 1.5 A

Panel size (diagonal)

0.7 type (17.78 mm)

Aspect ratio

16 : 9

LCD panel

Lens

Display method

Drive method

Pixels

3 transparent LCD panels (RGB)

Active matrix method

921 600 (1 280 x 720) x 3 panels

Manual zoom (2x)/Manual focus

F 1.9 - 3.1, f 21.7 mm - 43.1 mm

UHM lamp (220 W)

Lamp

Luminosity

*1

2 000 lm

Operating environment

Temperature

Humidity

0 °C - 40 °C (32 °F - 104 °F)

When the ALTITUDE (page 39)

is set to ON: 0 °C - 35 °C (32 °F -

95 °F)

20% - 80% (no condensation)

Scanning frequency

*2

(for RGB signal)

Horizontal scanning frequency

Vertical scanning frequency

Dot clock frequency

30 kHz - 70 kHz

50 Hz - 87 Hz

COMPONENT (YP

Colour system

Projection size

B

P

R

) signals

Less than 150 MHz

525i (480i), 525p (480p), 625i (576i), 625p (576p), 750 (720)/60p,

750 (720)/50p, 1 125 (1 080)/60i, 1 125 (1 080)/50i

1 125 (1 080)/24p, 1 125 (1 080)/60p, 1 125 (1 080)/50p

7 (NTSC/NTSC 4.43/PAL/PAL-M/PAL-N/PAL60/SECAM)

40" - 200" (1 016 mm - 5 080 mm)

Throw distance

1.2 m - 12.4 m (3'11" - 40'8")

Screen aspect ratio

Installation

16 : 9

FRONT/DESK, FRONT/CEILING, REAR/DESK, REAR/CEILING

(Menu selection method)

*1. Measurement, measuring conditions and method of notation all comply with ISO21118 international standards.

*2. See “List of compatible signals” on page 45 for available signals.

E

NGLISH

Terminals

COMPONENT IN

HDMI IN

SERIAL

Cabinet

Dimensions

Weight

Certifications

Remote control

Power supply

Operating range

Weight

Dimensions

Options

S-VIDEO IN

VIDEO IN

COMPUTER IN

Ceiling bracket

Projection screen

Cables

Serial adapter

Technical Information

Single - line, Mini DIN 4p Y: 1.0 V [p-p], C: 0.286 V [p-p], 75

Single - line, RCA pin jack1.0 V [p-p], 75

Single - line, D - sub HD 15-pin (female)

R.G.B.

0.7 V [p-p], 75

G.SYNC

HD/SYNC

VD

Y, P

B

/C

B

, P

R

/C

R

Y:

P

B

/C

B

, (P

R

/C

R

)

1.0 V [p-p], 75

TTL high impedance, automatic positive/negative polarity compatible

TTL high impedance, automatic positive/negative polarity compatible

Single - line, RCA pin jack x 3

1.0 V [p-p] (including sync), 75

0.7 V [p-p], 75

Dual - line, 19-pin HDMI connector

DIN 8-pin RS-232C compatible

Moulded plastic (PC+ABS)

Width

Height

Length

4.9 kg (10.8 lbs.)

395 mm (15 -17/32")

112 mm (4 -13/32")

300 mm (11 -25/32")

EN60950-1, EN55022, EN61000-3-2, EN61000-3-3, EN55024

3 V DC (AA battery x 2)

Approx. 7 m (23') (when operated directly in front of signal receptor)

125 g (4.4 ozs.) (including batteries)

Width

Length

Height

48 mm (1 -7/8")

138 mm (5 -13/32")

28.35 mm (1 -3/32")

(not including surface projection parts)

ET-PKX200

ET-SRW90CC

ET-SC10CP (RCA pin jack x 3 - RCA pin jack x3)

ET-SC10DT (RCA pin jack x3 - D-Terminal)

ET-ADSER (DIN 8-pin/D-sub 9-pin)

Downloaded from ProjectorsManual.com Manuals

E

NGLISH - 49

Technical Information

Ceiling mount bracket safeguards

The projector and the ceiling mount bracket are designed sufficiently safety though, make sure the safety cable provided with the projector is installed and attached to the security lock slot of the projector when mounting in the ceiling for safety and security.

NOTE:

• Even if it is guarantee period, the manufacturer is not responsible for any hazard or damage caused by using a ceiling mount bracket which is not purchased from an authorised distributors, or environmental conditions.

• Make sure to use a torque driver and do not use an electrical screwdriver or an impact screwdriver.

• Installation work of the ceiling mount bracket should only be carried by a qualified technician.

• Remove an unused ceiling mount bracket promptly.

J

Installing the safety cable

1. Install the ceiling mount bracket according to the Installation Instructions.

2. Loop the security cable around the ceiling mount bracket with less slack.

Lace the cable of the end with a latch through the loop on the other end of the cable.

3. Pull out the tab of the lock and insert it to the security lock slot of the projector.

4. Twist the lock 90° and push in securely.

5. Attach the provided screw securely with a screwdriver, such as a torque screwdriver.

Torque: 0.7±0.1 N·m

E

NGLISH

Dimensions

Technical Information

Unit: mm

395 (15-17/32)

102.5 (4-1/32)

Trademark acknowledgements

VGA and XGA are trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation.

S-VGA is a registered trademark of the Video Electronics Standards Association.

HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of

HDMI Licensing LLC.

The font used in the on-screen displays is a Ricoh bitmap font, which is manufactured and sold by Ricoh

Company, Ltd.

All other trademarks are the property of the various trademark owners.

Downloaded from ProjectorsManual.com Manuals

E

NGLISH - 51

Index

A

AC IN

......................................................................13

Accessories

..............................................................10

ADVANCED MENU

...................................................31

Air exhaust port

Air filter

........................................................12

....................................................................13

Replacing

...........................................................41

Air intake port

.....................................................12, 13

ALTITUDE

...............................................................39

ASPECT

POSITION menu

.................................................34

Remote control button

.........................................11

Remote control function

.......................................23

AUTO SEARCH

........................................................38

AUTO SETUP

..........................................................36

B

BACK COLOUR

........................................................38

Batteries

Accessory

..........................................................10

Compartment

.....................................................11

BLANK

....................................................................37

BRIGHTNESS

ADVANCED MENU

.............................................31

PICTURE menu

..................................................30

C

Ceiling mount bracket

................................................50

CINEMA REALITY

....................................................31

Cleaning

..................................................................41

CLOCK PHASE

........................................................34

COLOUR

.................................................................30

COLOUR MANAGEMENT

ADVANCED MENU

.............................................31

Remote control button

.........................................11

Remote control function

.......................................24

COLOUR TEMPERATURE

........................................31

COMPONENT IN

Connection

.........................................................18

Terminal

............................................................13

COMPUTER IN

Connection

.........................................................18

Terminal

............................................................13

Connections

.............................................................18

CONTRAST

ADVANCED MENU

.............................................31

PICTURE menu

..................................................30

D

DEFAULT

Remote control button

.........................................11

Remote control function

.......................................23

Dimensions

..............................................................51

DOT CLOCK

............................................................34

DYNAMIC IRIS

.........................................................31

E

ENTER

Control panel button

............................................12

Remote control button

.........................................11

I

F

G

GAMMA

.................................................................. 31

H

FAVOURITE EDIT

................................................... 33

FAVOURITE LOAD

.................................................. 32

Remote control button

........................................ 11

Remote control function

...................................... 22

FAVOURITE SAVE

.................................................. 32

Focus ring

............................................................... 12

FREEZE

Remote control button

........................................ 11

Remote control function

...................................... 23

Front leg adjusters

............................................. 13, 15

FUNCTION BUTTON

............................................... 37

Remote control button

........................................ 11

Remote control function

...................................... 26

HDMI IN

Connection

........................................................ 18

Terminal

............................................................ 13

HDMI SIGNAL LEVEL

H-POSITION

.............................................. 38

........................................................... 34

INPUT

Control panel button

........................................... 12

Remote control button

........................................ 11

Remote control function

...................................... 26

INPUT GUIDE

......................................................... 38

INPUT SELECT

Control panel button

........................................... 12

INSTALLATION

POSITION menu

................................................ 38

Projection method

.............................................. 15

K

KEYSTONE

............................................................. 36

L

LAMP

Indicator

............................................................ 12

Indicator status

.................................................. 40

LAMP POWER

........................................................ 39

LAMP RUNTIME

................................................ 39, 43

Lamp unit

Compartment

..................................................... 13

Replacing

.......................................................... 42

LANGUAGE

............................................................ 29

Lens cover

.............................................................. 12

Accessory

......................................................... 10

Attachment hole

................................................. 13

Lens shift

Lens shift dial • Vertical

....................................... 12

LIGHT

Remote control buttons

....................................... 11

Remote control function

...................................... 22

LIGHT HARMONIZER

.............................................. 31

LIVING ROOM

Remote control button

........................................ 11

Remote control function

...................................... 22

Luminance sensor

.................................................... 12

E

NGLISH

M

MAIN POWER

Mains lead

..........................................................13

Accessory

..........................................................10

Connecting

.........................................................19

MENU

Control panel button

............................................12

Remote control button

.........................................11

Remote control function

.......................................27

Menu

Main menu

.........................................................28

Navigation

..........................................................27

Sub-menu

..........................................................28

MPEG NR

................................................................31

N

Navigation buttons

Control panel button

............................................12

NR

Remote control button

.........................................11

..........................................................................31

O

OPTION menu

OSD DESIGN

..........................................................38

...........................................................38

OSD POSITION

OVER SCAN

........................................................38

............................................................36

P

PICTURE

.................................................................30

Remote control button

PICTURE ADJUSTMENT

.........................................11

Remote control function

.......................................23

Remote control button

.........................................11

Remote control function

.......................................23

PICTURE MODE

......................................................30

Remote control buttons

Remote control function

........................................11

.......................................22

POSITION

................................................................34

POWER

Control panel button

............................................12

Indicator

.............................................................12

Indicator status

...................................................19

Remote control button

.........................................11

R

Remote control

Accessory

.........................................................11

..........................................................10

Operating range

..................................................22

Operation

...........................................................22

Signal emitter

.....................................................11

Signal receptor

...................................................12

RETURN

Control panel button

............................................12

Remote control button

.........................................11

Remote control function

.......................................27

Index

S

Safety cable

............................................................ 50

Accessory

......................................................... 10

Screen size

............................................................. 14

Calculation methods

........................................... 14

Security lock

............................................................ 13

SERIAL

Basic format

...................................................... 46

Cable specifications

........................................... 46

Communication settings

...................................... 47

Connection

........................................................ 46

Control commands

............................................. 47

Inquiry commands

.............................................. 47

Pin assignments

................................................ 46

Terminal

............................................................ 13

SHARPNESS

.......................................................... 30

SLEEP

.................................................................... 39

Specifications

.......................................................... 48

STARTUP LOGO

..................................................... 38

S-VIDEO IN

Connection

........................................................ 18

Terminal

............................................................ 13

T

Technical Information

............................................... 45

TEMP

Indicator

............................................................ 12

Indicator status

.................................................. 40

TEST PATTERN

...................................................... 39

THEATER ROOM

Remote control button

........................................ 11

Remote control function

...................................... 22

Throw distance

........................................................ 14

Throwing angle

........................................................ 15

TINT

....................................................................... 30

Troubleshooting

....................................................... 44

TV-SYSTEM

............................................................ 32

V

W

WSS

....................................................................... 36

Z

VIDEO IN

Connection

........................................................ 18

Terminal

............................................................ 13

V-POSITION

............................................................ 34

Zoom ring

................................................................ 12

Downloaded from ProjectorsManual.com Manuals

E

NGLISH - 53

Downloaded from ProjectorsManual.com Manuals

Printed in Japan

S0807-6059G

Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertisement

Table of contents