Digital Projection LIGHTNING 35HD

Digital Projection LIGHTNING 35HD
LIGHTNING 35HD-T, 40HD-T
Super High Brightness Digital Video Projector
User Manual
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Declaration of Conformity: 35HD-T
Directives covered by this Declaration
89/336/EEC Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive, amended by 92/31/EEC and 93/68/EEC.
73/23/EEC Low Voltage Equipment Directive, amended by 93/68/EEC.
Products covered by this Declaration
Large screen video projector type
LIGHTNING 35HD-T
The CE mark was first applied in:
February 2006
Basis on which Conformity is being declared
The products identified above comply with the protection requirements of the above EU directives, and the
manufacturer has applied the following standards.
EN 55022:1998 - Limits and Methods of Measurement of Radio Disturbance Characteristics of Information
Technology Equipment.
EN 55024:1998 - Limits and Methods of Measurement of Immunity Characteristics of Information Technology
Equipment.
EN 55103:1997 - Product family Standard for Audio, Video, Audio-Visual and Entertainment Lighting Control
apparatus for Professional Use.
EN 60950:2000 - Specification for Safety of Information Technology Equipment, including Electrical Business
equipment.
The technical documentation required to demonstrate that the products meet the requirements of the Low Voltage
directive has been compiled by the signatory below and is available for inspection by the relevant enforcement
authorities.
Signed:
Authority:
D.J. Quinn, Product Development Director
Date:
14 February 2006
Attention!
The attention of the specifier, purchaser, installer, or user is drawn to special measures and limitations to use which
must be observed when these products are taken into service to maintain compliance with the above directives.
Details of these special measures are available on request, and are also contained in the product manuals.
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Declaration of Conformity: 40HD-T
Directives covered by this Declaration
89/336/EEC Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive, amended by 92/31/EEC and 93/68/EEC.
73/23/EEC Low Voltage Equipment Directive, amended by 93/68/EEC.
Products covered by this Declaration
Large screen video projector type
LIGHTNING 40HD-T
The CE mark was first applied in:
August 2006
Basis on which Conformity is being declared
The products identified above comply with the protection requirements of the above EU directives, and the
manufacturer has applied the following standards.
EN 55022:1998 - Limits and Methods of Measurement of Radio Disturbance Characteristics of Information
Technology Equipment.
EN 55024:1998 - Limits and Methods of Measurement of Immunity Characteristics of Information Technology
Equipment.
EN 55103:1997 - Product family Standard for Audio, Video, Audio-Visual and Entertainment Lighting Control
apparatus for Professional Use.
EN 60950:2000 - Specification for Safety of Information Technology Equipment, including Electrical Business
equipment.
The technical documentation required to demonstrate that the products meet the requirements of the Low Voltage
directive has been compiled by the signatory below and is available for inspection by the relevant enforcement
authorities.
Signed:
Authority:
D.J. Quinn, Product Development Director
Date:
3 August 2006
Attention!
The attention of the specifier, purchaser, installer, or user is drawn to special measures and limitations to use which
must be observed when these products are taken into service to maintain compliance with the above directives.
Details of these special measures are available on request, and are also contained in the product manuals.
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Important Information
Please read this user manual carefully before using the projector, and keep
the manual handy for future reference.
A serial number is located on the side of the projector. Record it here:
Symbols used in this guide
Warnings
ELECTRICAL WARNING: this symbol indicates that there is a danger of
electrical shock unless the instructions are closely followed.
WARNING: this symbol indicates that there is a danger of physical
injury to yourself and/or damage to the equipment unless the
instructions are closely followed.
NOTE: this symbol indicates that there is some important information that
you should read.
Trademarks
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IBM is a registered trademark of International Business Machines Corporation.
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Macintosh and PowerBook are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc.
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Other product and company names mentioned in this user’s manual may be the
trademarks of their respective holders.
Product revision
•
Because we at Digital Projection continually strive to improve our products, we
may change specifications and designs, and add new features without prior
notice. Projectors built prior to this revision of the User Manual may therefore not
include all the features described.
Manual revision
Date
Description
Revision
October 2004
Firmware release 1.2
Patch A
May 2006
Firmware release 1.6
Rev A
January 2007
40HD-T added. various updates
Rev B
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General precautions
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Do not open the cabinet. There are no user serviceable parts inside.
Use only the power cable provided.
Ensure that the power outlet includes a Ground connection, as this
equipment MUST be earthed.
Take care to prevent small objects such as paper or wire from falling
into the projector. If this does happen, switch off immediately, and have
the objects removed by authorised service personnel.
Do not expose the projector to rain or moisture, and do not place any
liquids on top of the projector.
Unplug before cleaning, and use a damp, not wet, cloth.
Do not touch the power plug with wet hands.
Do not touch the power plug during a thunder storm.
Handle the power cable carefully and avoid sharp bends. Do not use a
damaged power cable.
There are no user-serviceable parts inside the lamp module. The whole
module should be replaced and returned to Digital Projection for refurbishment.
Take care when removing the lamp module, as it is heavy (>10kg).
Take care not to touch the glass surface of the lamp module. If you do
accidentally touch the glass, it should be cleaned before use.
Do not use the lamp for more than 750 hours, as this may cause
serious lamp failure, damage the lamp module and cause extra cost on
replacement.
Xenon lamps produce high intensity light. Do not look directly at the
light coming from the lamp housing, or the lens, or allow items such
as magnifying lenses to be placed in the light path. This could result in
serious eye damage.
Do not touch the ventilation outlets, as they will become hot in use.
Do not cover the ventilation outlets or inlets.
Do not cover the lens whilst the projector is switched on. This could
cause a fire
Always allow the projector to cool for 5 minutes before switching off
the power, moving the projector or changing the lamp.
Never use strong detergents or solvents such as alcohol or thinners to
clean the projector and lens.
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Installation precautions
Important Information
Notes
Connect the LAN cable only to a computer LAN connection. Other
similar connectors may have a dangerously high voltage source.
The projector must be installed only by suitably qualified personnel, in
accordance with local building codes.
The projector should be installed as close to the power outlet as
possible.
The power connection should be easily accessible, so that it can be
disconnected in an emergency.
Ensure that there is at least 30cm (12in) of space between the
ventilation outlets and any wall, and 10cm (4in) on all other sides.
Do not install the projector close to anything that might be affected by
its operational heat, for instance, polystyrene ceiling tiles, curtains etc.
The projector weighs over 100kg (200lbs). Use safe handling
techniques when lifting the projector.
When stacking projectors, the stack MUST be vertical, to ensure that
the stresses are distributed to all for frame couplings.
Before installation, make sure that the surface, ceiling or rigging that is
to support the projector is capable of supporting the combined weight
of the projector and lens (see specification for exact weights).
±12°
Separate backup safety chains or wires should always be used for each
projector.
Do not place heavy objects on top of the projector chassis. Only
the rigging frame is capable of withstanding the weight of another
projector.
Do not stack more than four projectors.
Do not drop or jarr the projector.
360°
Place the projector in a dry area away from sources of dust, moisture,
steam, smoke, sunlight or heat.
Do not tilt the projector more than ±12° from side to side when in use,
as this may cause serious lamp failure, damage the lamp module and
cause extra cost on replacement. The projector my be tilted forwards
and backwards as necessary.
Each time a new lens is fitted to the projector, the calibration procedure
must be carried out. See Lens menu, in Section 4. Using the menus.
The zoom drive mechanism should always be set to the engaged
position, even when using the non-zoom lens, as it provides an extra
level of protection, should the lens release lever fail.
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Operation and configuration precautions
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Notes
Do not try to operate the touch screen using anything harder than your
finger. This could damage the LCD.
Do not make changes to the networking configuration unless you
understand what you are doing, or have taken advice from your
Network Manager. If you make a mistake, it is possible that you will lose
contact with the projector. Always double-check your settings before
pressing the APPLY button. Always keep a written note of the original
settings, and any changes you have made.
Software update should NOT be carried out except by, or with the
supervision of, Digital Projection Service personnel.
Compliance with international standards
Noise
GSGV Acoustic Noise Information Ordinance
The sound pressure level is less than 70 dB (A) according to ISO 3744 or ISO 7779.
RF Interference
FCC
The Federal Communications Commission does not allow any modifications or
changes to the unit EXCEPT those specified by Digital Projection in this manual.
Failure to comply with this government regulation could void your right to operate
this equipment.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A
digital device, pursuant with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is
operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area may cause harmful interference, in
which case the user will be responsible for correcting any interference.
European Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
(WEEE) Directive
Digital Projection Ltd is fully committed to minimising Waste Electrical and
Electronic Equipment. Our products are designed with reuse, recycling
and recovery of all components in mind. To this end, at end of life, your
projector may be returned to Digital Projection Ltd or its agent so that the
environmental impact can be minimised.
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Digital Projection Contact details
Important Information
Notes
Digital Projection Limited,
Greenside Way, Middleton, Manchester M24 1XX, UK.
Registered in England No. 2207264, Registered Office: as above
Tel
+44 (0) 161 947 3300
Fax
+44 (0) 161 684 7674
Email
[email protected], [email protected]
Web Site
www.digitalprojection.co.uk
Digital Projection Inc.
55 Chastain Road, Suite 115, Kennesaw, GA 30144. USA
Tel
(USA) 770 420 1350
Fax
(USA) 770 420 1360
Email
[email protected]
Web Site
www.digitalprojection.com
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Contents
Declaration of Conformity: 35HD-T ....................................................................................................ii
Declaration of Conformity: 40HD-T ................................................................................................... iii
Important Information
Symbols used in this guide ..................................................................................................................v
Warnings..............................................................................................................................................v
Trademarks ..........................................................................................................................................v
Product revision......................................................................................................................................v
Manual revision .......................................................................................................................................v
General precautions..............................................................................................................................vi
Installation precautions ...................................................................................................................... vii
Operation and configuration precautions ..................................................................................... viii
Compliance with international standards ...................................................................................... viii
Noise ................................................................................................................................................ viii
RF Interference.................................................................................................................................. viii
European Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive ................................................. viii
Digital Projection Contact details ......................................................................................................ix
1. Introduction
What’s in the box? .............................................................................................................................. 1.2
Key features of the projector ........................................................................................................... 1.3
Getting to know the projector .......................................................................................................... 1.4
Chassis – lamp, lens and filter............................................................................................................ 1.4
Lamp-hours meter............................................................................................................................. 1.5
Rear panel – connection and control ................................................................................................... 1.6
Rear panel – connection and control ................................................................................................... 1.6
Side panel – connection and control ................................................................................................... 1.7
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2. Installation
Screen requirements ......................................................................................................................... 2.3
Aspect ratio ...................................................................................................................................... 2.3
Positioning the screen and projector ................................................................................................... 2.5
Choosing a lens .................................................................................................................................. 2.6
Choosing a lens using the lens charts ................................................................................................. 2.7
Choosing a lens by calculation ......................................................................................................... 2.13
Useful lens calculations .................................................................................................................. 2.14
Fitting the lens................................................................................................................................... 2.15
Shifting the image............................................................................................................................. 2.16
Mounting the projector .................................................................................................................... 2.17
Levelling ........................................................................................................................................ 2.17
Stacking projectors .......................................................................................................................... 2.18
Connecting the projector ................................................................................................................ 2.19
Input format, rear input .................................................................................................................... 2.20
Input formats, side input .................................................................................................................. 2.20
EDID handshaking .......................................................................................................................... 2.21
Projector Output ............................................................................................................................. 2.21
Input connection examples .............................................................................................................. 2.22
Control connection examples ........................................................................................................... 2.23
Power connection ........................................................................................................................... 2.24
3. Getting Started
Switching the power on .................................................................................................................... 3.2
Using the touch screen ..................................................................................................................... 3.2
Switching the lamp on ....................................................................................................................... 3.3
Adjusting the lamp power................................................................................................................. 3.3
Adjusting the projected image ........................................................................................................ 3.4
Switching the power off .................................................................................................................... 3.6
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4. Using the Menus
Introduction.......................................................................................................................................... 4.3
Menu structure ................................................................................................................................. 4.4
Show mode .......................................................................................................................................... 4.5
Lamp status ..................................................................................................................................... 4.5
Input source ..................................................................................................................................... 4.5
Warnings.......................................................................................................................................... 4.6
LCD screen blank ............................................................................................................................. 4.6
IP addresses .................................................................................................................................... 4.6
Lamp menu .......................................................................................................................................... 4.7
Lamp power ..................................................................................................................................... 4.7
Lamp on........................................................................................................................................... 4.7
Lamp off........................................................................................................................................... 4.7
Shutter open/closed .......................................................................................................................... 4.7
Lamp/Lens memories ........................................................................................................................ 4.8
Lens menu ............................................................................................................................................ 4.9
Move, zoom and focus ...................................................................................................................... 4.9
Shutter open/closed .......................................................................................................................... 4.9
Centre ............................................................................................................................................. 4.9
Calibration........................................................................................................................................ 4.9
Stop all movement ............................................................................................................................ 4.9
Image menu........................................................................................................................................ 4.10
Test Patterns .................................................................................................................................. 4.10
Shutter open/closed .........................................................................................................................4.11
Contrast ......................................................................................................................................... 4.12
Brightness ...................................................................................................................................... 4.13
Gamma.......................................................................................................................................... 4.14
Advanced image setup .................................................................................................................... 4.15
Configuration menu ......................................................................................................................... 4.20
Networking configuration ................................................................................................................. 4.20
Detailed status................................................................................................................................ 4.24
Touchscreen calibration ................................................................................................................... 4.24
Reset IP addresses ......................................................................................................................... 4.24
Engineering & Maintenance menu ............................................................................................... 4.25
Log files ......................................................................................................................................... 4.25
Software update ............................................................................................................................. 4.25
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5. Maintenance
Changing the lamp ............................................................................................................................. 5.2
Readind the lamp-hours meter ........................................................................................................... 5.3
Removing the lamp module ............................................................................................................... 5.4
Fitting the new lamp module .............................................................................................................. 5.4
Changing the filter .............................................................................................................................. 5.5
Cleaning the projector and lens ...................................................................................................... 5.6
6. Appendix
Troubleshooting .................................................................................................................................. 6.4
Specifications ...................................................................................................................................... 6.6
Part numbers.................................................................................................................................... 6.6
Optical ............................................................................................................................................. 6.6
Electrical .......................................................................................................................................... 6.7
Physical ........................................................................................................................................... 6.7
Lens Data ........................................................................................................................................ 6.8
Connections ....................................................................................................................................... 6.10
DVI-D connection............................................................................................................................ 6.10
LAN connection ...............................................................................................................................6.11
Serial control input .......................................................................................................................... 6.12
Using Windows Hyperterminal to connect to the projector ................................................................... 6.13
Remote communications protocol ............................................................................................... 6.14
Image commands ........................................................................................................................... 6.14
Lens Commands............................................................................................................................. 6.23
PSU Commands ............................................................................................................................. 6.25
Dimensions ........................................................................................................................................ 6.27
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1. Introduction
Contents
What’s in the box? .............................................................................................................................. 1.2
Key features of the projector ........................................................................................................... 1.3
Getting to know the projector .......................................................................................................... 1.4
Chassis – lamp, lens and filter............................................................................................................ 1.4
Lamp-hours meter............................................................................................................................. 1.5
Rear panel – connection and control ................................................................................................... 1.6
Rear panel – connection and control ................................................................................................... 1.6
Side panel – connection and control ................................................................................................... 1.7
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What’s in the box?
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•
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Notes
Make sure your box contains everything listed. If any pieces are missing, contact
your dealer.
You should save the original box and packing materials, in case you ever need
to ship your Projector.
Lenses are optional. Order
lenses from your Digital
Projection dealer.
For more detailed information
about lenses, see Choosing a
lens, in section 2. Installation.
Only one power cable dependent on the destination
territory - will be supplied with
the projector.
Projector
35HD-T (USA: 105-033) (Rest of World: 105-034)
40HD-T (USA: 106-264) (Rest of World: 106-265)
Power cable USA
(LA00098)
User manual
(105-452B)
Power cable Rest of World
(LA00097)
DVI-D dual link
2metre cable
(104-274A)
Important Information
(105-451B)
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Key features of the projector
1. Introduction
Notes
Congratulations on your purchase of the Digital Projection LIGHTNING
35/40HD-T projector.
Digital Projection International, Texas Instruments’ first DLP™ partner and the
original innovator of the 3-chip DLP™ projector, proudly introduces our thirdgeneration LIGHTNING series — the LIGHTNING 35/40HD-T. Incredibly bright, high
resolution and high in contrast, the 35/40HD-T offers a radically new electronics
configuration ideally suited for the staging and large-venue permanent installation
markets.
The LIGHTNING 35/40HD-T harnesses the power of Texas Instruments’ new 2048
x 1080 pixel HPO DMD’s™. Like its LIGHTNING predecessors, the 35/40HD-T is
destined to be the first choice of professionals who stage prestigious events such as
the Grammy® Awards and the Oscars®. With contrast of 1600:1 and awe-inspiring
lumen capability, the 35/40HD-T is unmatched for applications as diverse as world
class staged events, commercial entertainment, major outdoor venues, large-scale
simulation, gaming and houses of worship.
Key Features
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High resolution, large venue projector
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Applications: Large Screen; Fixed install and Rental
•
35HD-T: 18,000 Centre lumens / 16,000 ANSI lumens ±10%
40HD-T: 22,000 Centre lumens / 21,000 ANSI lumens ±10%
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Contrast 1600:1 ±10%
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True 2K HD (2048x1080)
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Precision mechanical design ensuring maximum amount of light from lamp
housing reaches optics, without any operator adjustment
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35HD-T: 4kW single phase
40HD-T: 4.6kW single phase
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Compact size, light weight - 113kg (249lbs)
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Intelligent lens mount with ½ pixel accuracy pre-sets
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Rigging frame with Quick-lock stack system
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Ruggedised robust metal case
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Floating chassis - 3 point pitch & roll adjustment for accurate alignment
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LAN & RS232 connection for network operation
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Single, Dual, Twin or Dual Twin DVI input
•
Loop through for second projector on rear Single DVI input.
•
3D capability, using Dual DVI and switched LCD spectacles (not supplied)
•
Wi-fi connection for handheld PDA operation (not supplied)
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Touch panel operation for all setup commands
•
Browser host for LAN operation
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Getting to know the projector
Notes
Chassis – lamp, lens and filter
For information about how to
change the lamp or the filter,
see section 5. Maintenance.
For more detailed information
about lenses, see
section 2. Installation
Air outlets
Lens
Lamp
compartment
Air inlet
Air filter
Lamp module
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Lamp-hours meter
1. Introduction
Notes
There are two types of Lamp-hours meter, depending on the lamp module that has
been fitted, as shown below.
Mercury meter
LCD meter
display button
The LCD Lamp-hours meter has two modes of operation:
•
When the lamp is switched on, the LCD will show lamp run hours.
•
When the lamp is switched off, the LCD will be blank.
Press the button and hold for 5 seconds to display lamp run hours.
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Loopthrough
output
(DVI Single
only)
Rear input
(DVI Single
only)
Notes
LCD
touch screen
control panel
Power
switch
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LAN and Serial
control inputs
For information about how
to connect the projector, see
Connecting the projector
in section 2. Installation,
and Connections in section
6. Appendix.
Wifi aerial
For information about how to
use the touch screen control
panel, see section 4. Using the
menus.
Power
connection
Rigging
frame
Rear panel – connection and control
Frame
adjuster
For information about how to
mount and stack projectors, see
section 2. Installation.
Frame
coupling
Foot
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Side inputs
(DVI Single,
Dual or Twin)
Connector
panel light
switch
1. Introduction
Notes
For information about how
to connect the projector, see
Connecting the projector
in section 2. Installation,
and Connections in section
6. Appendix.
Centre of
Gravity
indicator
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2. Installation
Contents
Screen requirements ......................................................................................................................... 2.3
Aspect ratio ...................................................................................................................................... 2.3
Fitting the image to the DMD .............................................................................................................
2.3
Diagonal screen sizes ...................................................................................................................... 2.3
Fitting the image to the screen ........................................................................................................... 2.4
Positioning the screen and projector ................................................................................................... 2.5
Choosing a lens .................................................................................................................................. 2.6
Choosing a lens using the lens charts ................................................................................................. 2.7
Full width image, including native resolution 2048x1080, and 2.35:1 ...........................................................
2.7
16:9 full height image (TRF = 1.07) ..................................................................................................... 2.8
4:3 full height image (TRF = 1.42) ....................................................................................................... 2.9
5:4 full height image (TRF = 1.52) ..................................................................................................... 2.10
5:4 un-resized image (TRF = 1.6) ......................................................................................................2.11
4:3 un-resized image (TRF = 2.0) ..................................................................................................... 2.12
Choosing a lens by calculation ......................................................................................................... 2.13
example ..................................................................................................................................... 2.13
Useful lens calculations .................................................................................................................. 2.14
Fitting the lens................................................................................................................................... 2.15
Shifting the image............................................................................................................................. 2.16
Mounting the projector .................................................................................................................... 2.17
Levelling ........................................................................................................................................ 2.17
Coarse frame adjustment................................................................................................................
2.17
Fine frame adjustment ................................................................................................................... 2.17
Chassis adjustment ....................................................................................................................... 2.17
Stacking projectors .......................................................................................................................... 2.18
Connecting the projector ................................................................................................................ 2.19
Digilink
...................................................................................................................................... 2.19
Input format, rear input .................................................................................................................... 2.20
Single DVI-D................................................................................................................................
2.20
Input formats, side input .................................................................................................................. 2.20
Single DVI-D................................................................................................................................ 2.20
Dual DVI-D .................................................................................................................................. 2.20
Twin Link (Twin Single DVI-D) .......................................................................................................... 2.20
Dual Twin (Dual Twin DVI-D) ........................................................................................................... 2.20
3D (Dual or Dual Twin DVI-D) .......................................................................................................... 2.20
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EDID handshaking .......................................................................................................................... 2.21
Projector Output ............................................................................................................................. 2.21
Input connection examples .............................................................................................................. 2.22
Control connection examples ........................................................................................................... 2.23
LAN connection ............................................................................................................................
2.23
RS232 connection......................................................................................................................... 2.23
Power connection ........................................................................................................................... 2.24
USA power input ........................................................................................................................... 2.24
Rest of World power input ............................................................................................................... 2.24
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Screen requirements
2. Installation
Notes
Aspect ratio
Fitting the image to the DMD
If the source image supplied to the projector is smaller than 2048 x 1080 pixels,
then the image will not fill the DMD. The following example shows how a number of
common formats may be displayed without the use of an external scaling processor.
2048 pixels
The resolution of the DMD fitted
to the projector is 2048 x 1080
pixels.
This projector does not perform
any image processing - the
MMS 1000 is recommended for
this purpose.
1080 pixels
2048 x 871 (2.35:1)
1024 x 768 (4:3)
1920
x 1080
(16:9)
1280 x 1024 (5:4)
Diagonal screen sizes
Screen sizes are sometimes specified by their diagonal size (D) in inches. When
dealing with large screens and projection distances at different aspect ratios, it is
more convenient to measure screen width (W) and height (H).
The example calculations below show how to convert diagonal sizes in inches into
width and height, at various aspect ratios.
H = height
W = width
D=
al
n
go
dia
)
(in
2.35:1 aspect ratio
W = D x 0.92in
(D x .023m)
H = D x 0.39in
(D x .01m)
2048x1080, native resolution
W = D x 0.88in
(D x .022m)
H = D x 0.47in
(D x .012m)
16:9 aspect ratio
W = D x 0.87in
(D x .022m)
H = D x 0.49in
(D x .0125m)
4:3 aspect ratio
W = D x 0.8in
(D x .02m)
H = D x 0.6in
(D x .015m)
5:4 aspect ratio
W = D x 0.78in
(D x .02m)
H = D x 0.625in
(D x .016m)
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Notes
It is important that your screen is of sufficient height and width to display images at
all the aspect ratios you are planning to use.
Use the conversion chart, or the sample calculations below to check that you are
able to display the full image on your screen. If you have insufficient height or width,
you will have to reduce the overall image size in order to display the full image on
your screen.
10
9
5:4
8
4:3
Screen height
7
Aspect ratio
16:9
6
2048x1080
5
2.35:1
4
3
2
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
Screen width
7
8
9
10
2.35:1 aspect ratio
W = H x 2.35
H = W x 0.426
2048x1080, native resolution
W = H x 1.896
H = W x 0.527
16:9 aspect ratio
W = H x 1.777
H = W x 0.562
4:3 aspect ratio
W = H x 1.333
H = W x 0.75
5:4 aspect ratio
W = H x 1.25
H = W x 0.8
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Positioning the screen and projector
2. Installation
Notes
For optimum viewing, the screen should be a flat surface perpendicular to the floor.
The bottom of the screen should be 1.2m (4 feet) above the floor and the front row
of the audience should not have to look up more than 30° to see the top of the
screen.
The projector should be
installed as close to the
power outlet as possible.
The distance between the front row of the audience and the screen should be at
least twice the screen height and the distance between the back row and the screen
should be a maximum of 8 times the screen height. The screen viewing area should
be within a 60° range from the face of the screen.
The power connection should
be easily accessible, so that
it can be disconnected in an
emergency.
Ensure that there is at least
30cm (12in) of space between
the ventilation outlets and
any wall, and 10cm (4in) on
all other sides.
Do not install the projector
close to anything that
might be affected by its
operational heat, for instance,
polystyrene ceiling tiles,
curtains etc.
The image can be flipped for
rear projection (see section
4. Using the menus, Image
menu) and displayed without
the need for extra mirrors or
equipment.
However, you must ensure
that there is sufficient distance
behind the screen for the
projector to be correctly located.
Rear installation is generally
more complicated and advice
should be sought from your
local dealer before attempting it.
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Notes
A number of lenses are available for use with the projector. Which lens you choose
will depend on the screen size, image aspect ratio and projection distance.
If you are simply connecting the output of a camera or computer directly to the
projector, then the image size (in pixels) may well be fixed. If, however, you are
using commercially available image processing equipment, such as the Digital
Projection MMS 1000, you may be able to resize the image to fit the DMD.
If the image does not fill the full width of the DMD, this effectively increases the
throw ratio of the lens. This can be corrected for by applying a Throw ratio factor.
Method one: using the lens charts
For the screen sizes listed below, use one of the charts on the following pages, to
choose a lens.
For more information about
Throw ratio factor (TRF), see
Useful lens calculations, later in
this section.
any full width image, including:
native resolution 2048 x 1080 pixels
2.35:1 full width
2048 x 871 pixels
A Throw ratio factor (TRF) has been applied to the following charts:
16:9 full height
1920 x 1080 pixels
4:3 full height
1440 x 1080 pixels
5:4 full height
1350 x 1080 pixels
4:3 unresized
1024 x 768 pixels
5:4 unresized
1280 x 1024 pixels
Method two: by calculation
See the calculations, on the page immediately following the lens charts.
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Choosing a lens using the lens charts
Notes
Full width image, including native resolution 2048x1080, and 2.35:1
This chart has a TRF of 1.0, for
use with the following images:
Use the chart below to choose which lens best suits your application.
example
•
For a screen width of 25m at a distance of 33m, the 1.25 - 1.45: 1 zoom lens
would be best suited.
•
For the same screen size at a distance of 40m, the 1.45 - 1.8: 1 lens would be
best suited.
2048 x 1080 pixels,
2048 x 871 (2.35:1)
metres
feet
if you need to be more precise, then use the calculations on the page
immediately following the lens charts.
(note: these two lenses overlap)
1.8 - 2.4: 1
2.2 - 3.0: 1
3.0 - 4.3: 1
4.3 - 6.0: 1
zoom lens
zoom lens
zoom lens
zoom lens
102-676
102-677
102-678
104-189
1.45 - 1.8: 1
131 40
zoom lens
102-451
1.25 - 1.45: 1
zoom lens
98 30
Screen width
103-351
1.0: 1 fixed
lens
66 20
33 10
103-350
10
20
30
40
33
66
98
131
metres
feet
Throw distance
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Lens charts continued
Notes
16:9 full height image (TRF = 1.07)
This chart has a TRF of 1.07,
for use with the following
images:
Use the chart below to choose which lens best suits your application.
if you need to be more precise, then use the calculations on the page immediately
following the lens charts.
metres
feet
1920 x 1080 pixels
(note: these two lenses overlap)
1.8 - 2.4: 1
2.2 - 3.0: 1
3.0 - 4.3: 1
4.3 - 6.0: 1
zoom lens
zoom lens
zoom lens
zoom lens
102-676
102-677
102-678
104-189
1.45 - 1.8: 1
131 40
zoom lens
102-451
1.25 - 1.45: 1
zoom lens
98 30
Screen width
103-351
1.0: 1 fixed
lens
66 20
33 10
103-350
10
20
30
40
33
66
98
131
metres
feet
Throw distance
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Lens charts continued
Notes
4:3 full height image (TRF = 1.42)
This chart has a TRF of 1.42,
for use with the following
images:
Use the chart below to choose which lens best suits your application.
if you need to be more precise, then use the calculations on the page immediately
following the lens charts.
metres
feet
1440 x 1080 pixels
(note: these two lenses overlap)
1.8 - 2.4: 1
2.2 - 3.0: 1
3.0 - 4.3: 1
4.3 - 6.0: 1
zoom lens
zoom lens
zoom lens
zoom lens
102-676
102-677
102-678
104-189
1.45 - 1.8: 1
131 40
zoom lens
102-451
1.25 - 1.45: 1
zoom lens
98 30
Screen width
103-351
1.0: 1 fixed
lens
66 20
33 10
103-350
10
20
30
40
33
66
98
131
metres
feet
Throw distance
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Lens charts continued
Notes
5:4 full height image (TRF = 1.52)
This chart has a TRF of 1.52,
for use with the following
images:
Use the chart below to choose which lens best suits your application.
if you need to be more precise, then use the calculations on the page immediately
following the lens charts.
metres
feet
1350 x 1080
pixels
(note: these two lenses overlap)
1.8 - 2.4: 1
2.2 - 3.0: 1
3.0 - 4.3: 1
4.3 - 6.0: 1
zoom lens
zoom lens
zoom lens
zoom lens
102-676
102-677
102-678
104-189
1.45 - 1.8: 1
131 40
zoom lens
102-451
1.25 - 1.45: 1
zoom lens
98 30
Screen width
103-351
1.0: 1 fixed
lens
66 20
33 10
103-350
10
20
30
40
33
66
98
131
metres
feet
Throw distance
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Lens charts continued
Notes
5:4 un-resized image (TRF = 1.6)
This chart has a TRF of 1.6, for
use with the following images:
Use the chart below to choose which lens best suits your application.
if you need to be more precise, then use the calculations on the page immediately
following the lens charts.
metres
feet
1280 x 1024
pixels
(note: these two lenses overlap)
1.8 - 2.4: 1
2.2 - 3.0: 1
3.0 - 4.3: 1
4.3 - 6.0: 1
zoom lens
zoom lens
zoom lens
zoom lens
102-676
102-677
102-678
104-189
1.45 - 1.8: 1
131 40
zoom lens
102-451
1.25 - 1.45: 1
zoom lens
98 30
Screen width
103-351
1.0: 1 fixed
lens
66 20
33 10
103-350
10
20
30
40
33
66
98
131
metres
feet
Throw distance
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Lens charts continued
Notes
4:3 un-resized image (TRF = 2.0)
This chart has a TRF of 2.0, for
use with the following images:
Use the chart below to choose which lens best suits your application.
if you need to be more precise, then use the calculations on the page immediately
following the lens charts.
metres
feet
1024 x 768
pixels
(note: these two lenses overlap)
1.8 - 2.4: 1
2.2 - 3.0: 1
3.0 - 4.3: 1
4.3 - 6.0: 1
zoom lens
zoom lens
zoom lens
zoom lens
102-676
102-677
102-678
104-189
1.45 - 1.8: 1
131 40
zoom lens
102-451
1.25 - 1.45: 1
zoom lens
98 30
Screen width
103-351
1.0: 1 fixed
lens
66 20
33 10
103-350
10
20
30
40
33
66
98
131
metres
feet
Throw distance
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Choosing a lens by calculation
2. Installation
Notes
For any screen size not listed above, or if you need to be more precise, then use the
calculations below.
•
Identify actual width of the image in pixels.
•
Calculate the Throw Ratio Factor:
•
Identify the screen width required.
•
Identify the throw distance required.
TRF =
DMD width (2048)
Image width in pixels
Throw distance calculations are based on the distance from the outer end of the
lens, which will vary from lens to lens. Once a lens has been chosen, the figures
can be checked using the more accurate figures given on the next page.
•
Calculate the throw ratio required.
•
Choose a lens with the required throw ratio from the list to the right.
Throw ratio =
•
An unresized image, 1280 x 1024 pixels, screen width 11m, throw distance 26m
from the outer end of the lens.
•
Throw Ratio Factor (TRF) =
•
Throw ratio required =
•
Choose the 1.45 - 1.8: 1 zoom lens (102-451)
26
11 x 1.6
=
1.6
=
1.48
For images that do not fill the
width of the DMD, the Throw
ratio is effectively increased.
To correct for this in these
calculations, a Throw Ratio
Factor (TRF) is used.
Throw distance
Screen width x TRF
example
2048
1280
The Throw ratio for a particular
lens is fixed, but assumes that
the image fills the width of the
DMD.
The lenses available and their
part numbers are listed below:
1.0: 1 fixed lens
103-350
1.25 - 1.45: 1 zoom lens 103-351
1.45 - 1.8: 1 zoom lens
102-451
1.8 - 2.4: 1 zoom lens
102-676
(note: these two lenses overlap)
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102-677
3.0 - 4.3: 1 zoom lens
102-678
4.3 - 6.0: 1 zoom lens
104-189
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Useful lens calculations
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Notes
The Throw ratio for a particular
lens is fixed, but assumes that
the image fills the width of the
DMD.
The following lens calculations may be useful:
Throw ratio
=
Throw distance
Screen width
Throw ratio factor (TRF)
=
DMD width in pixels
image width in pixels
Screen width
=
Throw distance (from outer end of lens)
Throw ratio x TRF
Throw distance
=
Screen width x Throw ratio x TRF
=
2048
image width in pixels
For images that do not fill the
width of the DMD, the Throw
ratio is effectively increased.
To correct for this in these
calculations, a Throw Ratio
Factor (TRF) is used.
Therefore:
The throw distance calculated above is to the outer end of the lens. For each lens,
the nominal distance between the front of the projector and the outer end of the lens
(lens extension) will be as listed below:
lens extension
1.0: 1 fixed lens
103-350
185mm (7.3in)
1.25 - 1.45: 1 zoom lens 103-351
161mm (6.3in)
1.45 - 1.8: 1 zoom lens 102-451
109mm (4.3in)
1.8 - 2.4: 1 zoom lens
102-676
97mm (3.8in)
2.2 - 3.0: 1 zoom lens
102-677
53mm (2.1in)
3.0 - 4.3: 1 zoom lens
102-678
98mm (3.9in)
4.3 - 6.0: 1 zoom lens
104-189
170mm (6.7in)
lens extension,
measured from front
of corner post
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Lens extension is measured
when the lens is focussed at
infinity, and fully extended.
At other focus settings, the
extension could be up to 10mm
less
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Fitting the lens
2. Installation
Notes
•
Turn the lens release lever anti-clockwise to open the lock.
•
Turn the zoom drive mechanism anti-clockwise to disengage the drive.
•
Insert the lens into the lens aperture, making sure that the two notches on the
lens engage with the locating tab inside the lens mount.
•
Turn the lens release lever clockwise to lock the lens in place. When the lock is
fully closed, the lever should feel loose.
•
Turn the zoom drive mechanism clockwise to engage the drive.
Each time a new lens is
fitted to the projector, the
calibration procedure must
be carried out. See Lens
menu, in Section 4. Using the
menus.
Be careful not to scratch
the lens surfaces. If you do
accidentally touch a lens, then
clean the surface using a lens
paper.
Zoom drive
mechanism
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Lens
release
lever
The zoom drive mechanism
should always be set to the
engaged position, even when
using the non-zoom lens, as
it provides an extra level of
protection, should the lens
release lever fail.
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Shifting the image
Notes
For more information on using
the Lens shift feature, see
section 4. Using the menus,
Lens menu.
The normal position for the projector is at the centre of the screen. However, you
can set the projector above or below the centre, or to one side, and adjust the image
using the Lens shift feature to maintain a geometrically correct image.
If the lens is to be shifted in
two directions combined, the
maximum range is somewhat
less, as can be seen below.
•
Any single adjustment outside the ranges specified below may result in an
unacceptable level of distortion, paricularly at the corners of the image, due to
the image passing through the periphery of the lens optics.
•
If the lens is to be shifted in two directions combined, the maximum range
without distortion will be somewhat less, as can be seen in the diagrams to the
right.
The maximum range available with no distortion is dependent on which lens is used.
The tables below show the maximum range for images that fill the DMD. For images
which do not use the full height or width, extra shift will be possible, up to the limit of
the lens mount movement.
1.0 :1 fixed lens
vertical
(pixels)
± 400
full horizontal and vertical shift
without distortion
(103-350)
horizontal
(pixels)
± 256
vertical
(vs DMD height)
± 0.37H
horizontal
(vs DMD width)
± 0.125W
1.25 - 1.45 :1 zoom lens (103-351)
vertical
(pixels)
± 540
horizontal
(pixels)
± 365
1.45 - 1.8 :1 zoom lens
1.8 - 2.4 :1 zoom lens
2.2 - 3.0 :1 zoom lens
3.0 - 4.3 :1 zoom lens
4.3 - 6.0 :1 zoom lens
vertical
(pixels)
± 282
vertical
(vs DMD height)
± 0.5H
horizontal
(vs DMD width)
± 0.178W
(102-451)
(102-676)
(102-677)
(102-678)
(104-189)
horizontal
(pixels)
± 172
combined shift without distortion
is reduced
vertical
(vs DMD height)
± 0.26H
horizontal
(vs DMD width)
520
± 0.085W
(0.48H)
It is physically possible to shift the lens further than this, up to the number of pixels
shown in the diagram to the right. However:
•
•
•
There will be some distortion of the image beyond the ranges specified above.
Due to internal hardware layout, the shift towards the upper-right is limited as
shown in the diagram.
135
449
384
640
(0.19W)
(0.31W)
560
(0.52H)
Due to continuing product development, these figures may vary by ±25 pixels.
total lens mount shift available
in pixels and vs DMD size
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Mounting the projector
The projector is designed to be suspended from a lighting truss by its rigging
frame. However, the four adjustable feet under the chassis allow the projector to be
lowered onto a flat surface without any danger of hands being trapped between the
bottom frame and the surface.
Levelling
Before suspending the projector, make sure that the three frame adjusters are set
roughly midway.
Coarse frame adjustment
If the projector is to be suspended by its rigging frame, coarse adjustment of
projector level should be made by adjusting the length of the supporting wires or
chains, or by adjusting the position of the truss.
Fine frame adjustment
Once the initial coarse adjustment has been made, fine adjustment should be made
by turning the three frame adjusters on the rigging frame.
The frame adjusters will provide approximately ±10mm of movement relative to the
rear right corner. Centering lines are scribed on the shafts to show the centre of
adjustment.
Centering
line
Frame
adjuster
2. Installation
Notes
BEFORE INSTALLING THE
PROJECTOR, READ ALL THE
WARNINGS BELOW AND
ALL THOSE IN IMPORTANT
INFORMATION AT THE
FRONT OF THIS MANUAL.
The projector weighs over
100kg (200lbs). Use safe
handling techniques when
lifting the projector.
Make sure that the surface,
ceiling or rigging that is
to support the projector
is capable of supporting
the combined weight of
the projector and lens (see
specification for weights).
Backup safety chains or
wires should always be used.
Do not tilt the projector more
than ±12° from side to side
when in use, as this may
cause serious lamp failure,
damage the lamp module
and cause extra cost on
replacement. The projector
my be tilted forwards and
backwards as necessary.
±12°
Chassis adjustment
If the projector is to be operated from a flat surface such as a projector table, then
adjustment of projector level should be made by turning the four feet under the
chassis.
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Stacking projectors
The rigging frame is capable of supporting the weight of up to three other projectors,
using the built-in frame couplings. The projectors can be stacked on top of each
other, or suspended below each other.
•
Carefully lower each projector down onto the top of the others, making sure that
all four frame couplings engage fully.
•
Fit a locking pin into each coupling. A ball in the end of the pin prevents the pin
from falling out – to insert or remove a locking pin, press the button on the t-bar
to release the ball.
•
Align the images from the projectors, following the instructions in section
3. Getting started, Adjusting the projected image.
Frame
coupling
Hole for
locking pin
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Notes
When stacking projectors,
the stack MUST be vertical,
to ensure that the stresses
are distributed to all for frame
couplings.
Make sure that the surface,
ceiling or rigging that is
to support the projector is
capable of supporting the
combined weight of all the
projectors and lenses (see
specification for weights).
Do not place heavy objects
on top of the projector
chassis. Only the rigging
frame is capable of
withstanding the weight of
another projector.
Do not try to stack more than
four projectors.
Separate backup safety
chains or wires should
always be used for each
projector.
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Connecting the projector
2. Installation
Notes
Rear input
(DVI Single
only)
Side inputs
(DVI Single,
Dual or Twin)
This projector does not
include any image-scaling or
processing functions. Sources
presented to the projector can
only be mapped pixel for pixel
to the display.
This projector is designed to be the projection head of a projection system enabling
the user to use a variety of commercially available image-scaling and processing
products including the Digital Projection MMS1000. The processing unit can be
located close to source equipment such as computers, video tape players and DVD
players etc. Therefore, only the projector needs to be located in the lighting gantry.
More information about
selecting (blanking) and
positioning of the image can be
found in section 4. Using the
menus.
Only one connection is required between the processing equipment and head. For
short distances, a regular DVI-D cable may be used, but for distances greater than
5 metres the DigiLink high bandwidth optical connection system is recommended.
Digilink
The DigiLink system is fully compatible with DVI-D, but uses optical fibre to transmit
the RGB and clock signals, and copper wires to transmit the DDC signal and 5V
power line. These are all integrated into a single cable. DigiLink allows cable lengths
up to 100m to be used with the added benefit of reduced picture interference.
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Notes
Single DVI-D
Sources upto 2048x1080 resolution; 24- 60Hz; 8bits per colour.
Input formats, side input
The side input has priority over
the rear input:
Provided a signal is present on
the side input, this signal will be
displayed.
Single DVI-D
Sources upto 2048x1080 resolution;24- 60Hz; 8bits per colour.
(Use MAIN input only)
Dual DVI-D
A single input with increased frame rate.
Sources upto 2048x1080 resolution; 24-78Hz and 92-120Hz; 8bits per colour.
(Use MAIN input only)
Twin Link (Twin Single DVI-D)
A single input with increased bit depth, using both inputs together:
Sources up to 2048x1080 resolution; 24-60Hz; 10 or 12bits per colour.
(Use MAIN and SUB inputs)
Dual Twin (Dual Twin DVI-D)
A single input with increased bit depth, and increased frame rate, using both inputs
together.
Sources up to 2048x1080 resolution; 24-78Hz and 92-120Hz; 10 or 12bits per
colour.
(Use MAIN and SUB inputs)
3D (Dual or Dual Twin DVI-D)
Sources upto 2048x1080 resolution; 92-120Hz.
(Use MAIN input or MAIN and SUB inputs)
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2. Installation
Notes
If you are using a computer DVI card or other DVI source that obeys the EDID
handshaking protocol, then the card or source will automatically configure itself to
suit the projector.
If not, then you should refer to the documentation supplied with the DVI source to
manually set the resolution to 2048 x 1080 or the nearest suitable setting.
Example: setting up the MMS 1000 multimedia switcher
The MMS multimedia switcher does not use EDID protocols, therefore you should
use the MMS menus to manually set the output resolution as follows:
•
Switcher Options → Page 5 →Output Resolution → 2k x 1k (2048 x 1080)
Projector Output
The projector has a loop-through output on the rear input only. This enables signals
to be passed through to a second projector in a stacking situation.
Example
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Rear input
Rear output
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Side Input
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Notes
More information about pin
connections can be found in
section 6. Appendix.
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Single DVI video source
Rear in
Dual DVI video source
Side in
Cable complexity and
interference can be reduced
by using the Digilink high
bandwidth optical connection
system. Contact your dealer for
more information.
MMS 1000
non DVI video source
Main
non DVI video source
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Single or Dual DVI
video source
Side input
MMS 1000
MAIN
high resolution
video source
SUB
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Control connection examples
Notes
LAN connection
All of the projector’s features can be controlled via a LAN connection, using a
standard internet browser package such as Internet Explorer.
Crossed
LAN cable
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More information about pin
connections can be found in
section 6. Appendix.
More information about using a
browser to control the projector
can be found in section 4. Using
the menus.
Computer
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LAN cables
Computer
Hub or
LAN
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More information about pin
connections and control codes
can be found in section 6.
Appendix.
RS232 connection
Null-modem
cable
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Notes
USA power input
Make sure the main power switch is off before connecting the power cable.
Firmly push in the Hubbell connector, then turn clockwise to lock.
Use only the power cable
provided.
Ensure that the power
outlet includes a Ground
connection, as this
equipment MUST be earthed.
Rest of World power input
Handle the power cable
carefully and avoid sharp
bends. Do not use a damaged
power cable.
Make sure the main power switch is off before connecting.
Lift the lid of the C-form connector then firmly push in the connector.
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Contents
Switching the power on .................................................................................................................... 3.2
Using the touch screen ..................................................................................................................... 3.2
Switching the lamp on ....................................................................................................................... 3.3
Adjusting the lamp power................................................................................................................. 3.3
Adjusting the projected image ........................................................................................................ 3.4
Switching the power off .................................................................................................................... 3.6
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Switching the power on
•
Connect the power cable between the mains supply and the projector.
•
Push the main power switch upwards to switch on the power.
•
The projector software will take several seconds to boot up. When the main
menu is displayed on the touch screen display, the projector is ready for use.
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Notes
For more information about
connecting the power cable,
see Power Connections, in
Section 2. Installation.
Note that when the projector is
switched on, the lamp will be
OFF until switched ON (see
next page).
Main power
switch
Using the touch screen
All of the projector’s features can be controlled using the touch screen.
The Main Menu is shown below. The eight buttons at the bottom of the screen are
visible whenever the projector is switched on. Buttons and controls relating to the
Sub Menus will appear above these eight buttons.
Buttons on the touch screen are activated by light short taps using the tip of your
finger. Slider controls are activated by gently stroking the surface of the screen.
Do not try to operate the
touch screen using anything
harder than your finger. This
could damage the LCD.
If you have difficulty getting the
touch screen display to respond
correctly, then try varying the
length and pressure of your
finger movements until you
have more success.
For more detailed information
about all the touch screen
menus, see the next section:
Using the menus.
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Switching the lamp on
•
Press the LAMP button on the Main menu..
•
Press the LAMP ON button.
The projector will reset momentarily, whilst the lamp strikes. You will not be able
to make any further settings until the Main Menu returns.
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Notes
Whenever you switch the lamp
on, the projector will reset
momentarily, whilst the lamp
strikes. This is to protect the
control circuitry from the effects
of the lamp strike pulse.
Any settings made before you
switched the lamp on will be
retained.
For more detailed information
about all the touch screen
menus, see the next section:
Using the menus.
Adjusting the lamp power
Either:
•
Touch and drag the red slider up and down
OR
•
for fine adjustment, press either arrow head.
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Adjusting the projected image
If you have no video source connected to the projector, then you can display a test
pattern as follows:
•
Press the IMAGE button on the Main menu.
•
Select a test pattern.
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Notes
For more detailed information
about all the touch screen
menus, see the next section:
Using the menus.
Once you have an image or a test pattern displayed:
•
Press the LENS button on the Main menu:
•
To adjust the shift, zoom and focus settings, press the MOVE, ZOOM and
FOCUS arrow heads.
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Press the IMAGE button on the Main menu.
•
Press the CONTRAST, BRIGHTNESS or GAMMA buttons.
•
Touch and drag the red sliders up and down, or for fine adjustment, press the
arrow heads.
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For more detailed information
about all the touch screen
menus, see the next section:
Using the menus.
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Switching the power off
•
Press the LAMP button on the Main menu.
•
Press LAMP OFF. Hold the button pressed until the button turns to yellow, then
release. The lamp power will ramp down to minimum then go off after a further
3 seconds.
•
Allow the lamp to cool for 5 minutes.
•
Push the main power switch downwards to switch off the power.
•
When the power is switched off, all current settings are retained, and will be
restored next time the power is switched back on again.
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Notes
Always allow the lamp to cool
for 5 minutes before:
Switching off the power
Moving the projector
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Contents
Introduction.......................................................................................................................................... 4.3
Menu structure ................................................................................................................................. 4.4
Show mode .......................................................................................................................................... 4.5
Lamp status ..................................................................................................................................... 4.5
Input source ..................................................................................................................................... 4.5
Warnings.......................................................................................................................................... 4.6
LCD screen blank ............................................................................................................................. 4.6
IP addresses .................................................................................................................................... 4.6
Lamp menu .......................................................................................................................................... 4.7
Lamp power ..................................................................................................................................... 4.7
Lamp on........................................................................................................................................... 4.7
Lamp off........................................................................................................................................... 4.7
Shutter open/closed .......................................................................................................................... 4.7
Lamp/Lens memories ........................................................................................................................ 4.8
Store............................................................................................................................................
4.8
Recall .......................................................................................................................................... 4.8
Lens menu ............................................................................................................................................ 4.9
Move, zoom and focus ...................................................................................................................... 4.9
Shutter open/closed .......................................................................................................................... 4.9
Centre ............................................................................................................................................. 4.9
Calibration........................................................................................................................................ 4.9
Stop all movement ............................................................................................................................ 4.9
Image menu........................................................................................................................................ 4.10
Test Patterns .................................................................................................................................. 4.10
Shutter open/closed .........................................................................................................................4.11
Contrast ......................................................................................................................................... 4.12
Brightness ...................................................................................................................................... 4.13
Gamma.......................................................................................................................................... 4.14
Advanced image setup .................................................................................................................... 4.15
Input preset .................................................................................................................................
4.15
Input window ............................................................................................................................... 4.16
Input pan .................................................................................................................................... 4.17
Image position ............................................................................................................................. 4.18
Image orientation .......................................................................................................................... 4.19
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Configuration menu ......................................................................................................................... 4.20
Networking configuration ................................................................................................................. 4.20
Ethernet configuration choices .........................................................................................................
4.20
Making the IP address and Netmask settings ...................................................................................... 4.21
Example ..................................................................................................................................... 4.21
Wireless LAN ............................................................................................................................... 4.22
Detailed status................................................................................................................................ 4.24
Touchscreen calibration ................................................................................................................... 4.24
Reset IP addresses ......................................................................................................................... 4.24
Engineering & Maintenance menu ............................................................................................... 4.25
Log files ......................................................................................................................................... 4.25
Software update ............................................................................................................................. 4.25
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Introduction
All of the projector’s features can be controlled using:
•
the menus on the touch screen or
•
the same menus on a remote computer using a web browser
(with the IP address of the projector typed into the browser address field)
None of the menus are ever displayed on the projection screen.
In these instructions, it is assumed that the touch screen is being used, so the
expressions ‘press the button’, or ‘touch and drag the slider control’ will be used,
rather than the familiar ‘click’ or ‘click and drag’ used on a web browser.
The buttons and controls react in the following way when operated:
•
A button or control will be coloured white if its function is available. It will be
coloured grey if not (some functions are not yet available).
•
Buttons and single-headed arrow controls will change to yellow when pressed.
•
Slider controls can be adjusted by touching and dragging the slider, or for fine
adjustment, by pressing either arrow head. The numerical value will change to
grey until the projector hardware has responded, when the value will change to
white.
•
Some sliders and arrow controls can be centred, or reset to default values, by
pressing on the number next to the slider or in the middle of the arrows. These
operations are described in more detail later in this section.
•
Some functions require the button to be pressed and held for a short period,
to avoid accidental operation. In these cases, the button will turn grey when
pressed, turning yellow only when the function has been activated.
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Notes
Do not try to operate the
touch screen using anything
harder than your finger. This
could damage the LCD.
If you have difficulty getting
the touch screen to respond
correctly, then try varying the
length and pressure of your
finger movements until you
have more success.
For more information about
using a web browser to
control the projector, see
Config menu... Networking
configuration, later in this
section.
For information about how
to connect the projector, see
Connecting the projector
in section 2. Installation,
and Connections in section
6. Appendix.
When the projector is first switched on, the control panel will be in Show mode, as
described on the page 4.
The buttons of the Main menu are always visible at the bottom of the display.
Buttons and controls relating to the Sub Menus will appear in the top part of the
display.
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Menu structure
Lamp menu (p6)
Controls
Lamp power slider
Menu buttons...
Shutter open
Shutter close
Lamp on
Lamp off
Maximum power
Minimum power
Lamp/lens memories
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Lens menu (p8)
Controls
Move
Zoom
Focus
Menu buttons...
Shutter open
Shutter close
Centre
Calibration
Stop all movement
Lamp/Lens memories (lamp menu)
Test patterns (image menu)
Image menu (p9)
Controls
Test patterns
Menu buttons...
Shutter open
Shutter close
Contrast
Brightness
Gamma
Test patterns
Advanced image setup
Advanced image setup (p14)....
Controls
Input window
Input pan
Menu buttons...
Shutter open
Shutter close
Image orientation
Image position
Gamma
Input preset
Test Patterns
Input Adjust
Main menu:
(p4)
Config menu (p18)
Menu buttons...
Networking config
Detailed status
Touchscreen calibration
Reset IP addresses
Engineering & Maintenance menu (p23)
Controls
Log files
Menu buttons...
Software update
Software update should NOT be
carried out except by, or with the
supervision of, Digital Projection
Service personnel.
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Show mode (p4)
Show mode indicators
Lamp status
Warnings
Input source
LCD screen blank
IP addresses
Menu buttons....
Main menu
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Show mode
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Main menu
When the projector is first switched on, the control panel will be in Show mode, as
shown below:
Show mode indicators
Lamp status
Warnings
Input source
LCD screen blank
IP addresses
Menu buttons....
Lamp menu
Lens menu
Image menu
Config menu
Engineering & Maintenance menu
Show mode
Notes
The buttons of the Main menu
are always visible at the bottom
of the display, as shown here.
To go back to a previous menu
option that is no longer visible,
call up the menu again using
the appropriate Main menu
button.
In Show mode, these icons are displayed:
Lamp status
Lamp off
Shutter closed
Lamp off
Shutter open
Lamp on
Shutter closed
Lamp on
Shutter open
Input source
Single/Dual/Twin mode
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Notes
If a projector fault is detected, the warning symbol will be displayed, with an
explanatory message.
LCD screen blank
To blank the LCD screen, press and hold the Digital projection logo at the top of the
screen for about two seconds. On release, the screen will blank.
To restore the display, press anywhere on the screen.
IP addresses
The IP addresses of the two ethernet ports are shown.
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Lamp menu
Lamp menu
Press the LAMP button on the Main menu:
Controls
Lamp power slider
Menu buttons...
Shutter open
Shutter close
Lamp on
Lamp off
Maximum power
Minimum power
Lamp/lens memories
Notes
The buttons of the Main menu
are always visible at the bottom
of the display.
To go back to a previous menu
option that is no longer visible,
call up the menu again using
the appropriate Main menu
button.
Lamp power
To adjust the lamp power, touch and drag the red slider up and down, or for fine
adjustment, press the arrow heads. The numerical value will change to grey until the
projector hardware has responded, when the value will change to white.
The minimum setting is 60%.
To set maximum or minimum power, press the MAXIMUM or MINIMUM button.
Lamp on
Press the LAMP ON button.
When you switch the lamp ON, the projector will reset, whilst the lamp strikes.
This is to protect the control circuitry from the effects of the lamp strike pulse. Any
settings made before the lamp was switched on will be retained.
Lamp off
Press the LAMP OFF button. Hold the button pressed until the button turns to
yellow, then release. The lamp power will ramp down to minimum then go off after a
further 3 seconds.
Shutter open/closed
Press the SHUTTER OPEN or SHUTTER CLOSE button.
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Press the LAMP/LENS MEMORIES button.
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Notes
The Lamp/Lens memories
are useful if you need to swap
repeatedly and easily between
the settings for a number of
different lenses, or venues.
Store
To store the current Lamp power, Shutter status, Lens shift, zoom and focus
settings for future recall, press and hold one of the five numbered STORE buttons.
The button will turn grey - hold it until it turns yellow. If you release the button before
it turns yellow, the new settings will not be stored, and any previous settings will not
be lost.
Recall
To recall a previously stored set of Lamp power, Shutter status, Lens shift, zoom
and focus settings press one of the five numbered RECALL buttons.
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Stored zoom settings will be
accurate only if the lens is
calibrated. (see next page)
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Lens menu
Press the LENS button on the Main menu:
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Lens menu
Controls
Move
Zoom
Focus
Menu buttons...
Shutter open
Shutter close
Centre
Calibration
Stop all movement
Lamp/Lens memories (lamp menu)
Test patterns (image menu)
Notes
The buttons of the Main menu
are always visible at the bottom
of the display.
Move, zoom and focus
To go back to a previous menu
option that is no longer visible,
call up the menu again using
the appropriate Main menu
button.
To adjust the move, zoom and focus settings, press the MOVE, ZOOM and FOCUS
arrow heads.
Lens movements will start slowly, then speed up as the button is held. To make fine
adjustments therefore, use a number of short presses.
Shutter open/closed
Each time you change the
lens, the projector will need to
be calibrated, in order that its
minimum and maximum travel
distances can be determined.
Press the SHUTTER OPEN or SHUTTER CLOSE button.
Centre
To centre the lens, press the CENTRE button.
Calibration
To calibrate the projector to a new lens, press and hold the CALIBRATION button.
The button will turn grey - hold it until it turns yellow, then release.
The zoom and focus mechanism will operate for about a minute, whilst the minimum
and maximum travel distances are determined.
Lamp/Lens memories
Pressing the Lamp/Lens
memories button takes you
directly to the Lamp/Lens
memories function in the Lamp
menu. See Lamp menu, earlier
in this section.
Test patterns
Stop all movement
To cancel, for instance, a CENTRE operation or a LAMP/LENS MEMORY recall,
press the STOP ALL MOVEMENT button.
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Pressing the Test patterns
button takes you directly to
the Test pattern function in the
Image menu. See Image menu,
later in this section.
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Image menu
Image menu
Press the IMAGE button on the Main menu:
Controls
Test patterns
Menu buttons...
Shutter open
Shutter close
Contrast
Brightness
Gamma
Test patterns
Advanced image setup
Notes
The buttons of the Main menu
are always visible at the bottom
of the display.
To go back to a previous menu
option that is no longer visible,
call up the menu again using
the appropriate Main menu
button.
Test Patterns
Choose from:
•
BLACK
•
BALANCED WHITE
•
RED
•
GREEN
•
BLUE
•
ALIGNMENT PATTERN
•
HORIZONTAL RAMP
•
VERTICAL RAMP
•
CHECKER BOARD
All of the above are affected by the contrast, brightness and gamma controls.
The four alignment patterns are illustrated on the next page.
•
NATIVE WHITE
Native white is not affected by the contrast, brightness and gamma controls. All
pixels are fully illuminated, and no colour balancing is possible.
•
When Test patterns are
selected, the actual colours
displayed may depend on
the settings of the contrast,
brightness and gamma controls.
It may be necessary to set all
brightness controls to 0.0, and
all contrast controls to 1.0,
before making any light level
measurements.
There are two ways of creating
a blank screen:
Shutter closed: the screen is
completely black.
All black test pattern: all pixels
are set to off, but there may be
an extremely small amount of
light leakage through the prism
and DMD assembly.
NORMAL MODE
Normal mode turns off all test patterns, and restores the source image.
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Alignment pattern
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Notes
When Test patterns are
selected, the actual colours
displayed may depend on
the settings of the contrast,
brightness and gamma controls.
It may be necessary to set all
brightness controls to 0.0, and
all contrast controls to 1.0,
before making any light level
measurements.
Horizontal ramp
Vertical ramp
Checker board
Shutter open/closed
Press the SHUTTER OPEN or SHUTTER CLOSE button.
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Contrast
Press the CONTRAST button:
To adjust the OVERALL, RED, GREEN or BLUE contrast settings, touch and drag
the sliders up and down or for fine adjustment, press the arrow heads. To reset a
slider to its midpoint (1.0), press on the numerical value.
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Image menu...
Contrast
Controls
Contrast sliders
Menu buttons...
Shutter open
Shutter close
Contrast
Brightness
Gamma
Test patterns
Advanced image setup
Notes
The buttons of the Main menu
are always visible at the bottom
of the display.
To go back to a previous menu
option that is no longer visible,
call up the menu again using
the appropriate Main menu
button.
The numerical values displayed, ranging from 0 to 2.0 are not absolute, but relative
values. When the OVERALL slider is used, all three colours on the projected image
will change, but the individual values displayed on the sliders will not.
To maintain optimum overall image contrast and light output, press the AUTO
button. The OVERALL slider will grey out and become inoperable. The actual
contrast settings will be automatically adjusted such that your colour balance
settings are maintained but the optimum contrast and light output will be achieved.
The contrast, brightness and
gamma controls in the Image
menu are all interactive, so
settings made with one control
may directly affect the setting of
another control.
All these controls allow extreme
settings to be made. However,
in normal use, it should never
be necessary to set any of the
controls far from midpoint.
If in doubt, reset the contrast,
brightness and gamma controls
to midpoint, then make your
adjustments in small steps.
Better still, use the AUTO
feature.
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Brightness
Press the BRIGHTNESS button:
To adjust the OVERALL, RED, GREEN or BLUE brightness settings, touch and
drag the sliders up and down or for fine adjustment, press the arrow heads. To reset
a slider to its midpoint (0.0), press on the numerical value.
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Image menu...
Brightness
Controls
Brightness sliders
Menu buttons...
Shutter open
Shutter close
Contrast
Brightness
Gamma
Test patterns
Advanced image setup
Notes
The contrast, brightness and
gamma controls in the Image
menu are all interactive, so
settings made with one control
may directly affect the setting of
another control.
All these controls allow extreme
settings to be made. However,
in normal use, it should never
be necessary to set any of the
controls far from midpoint.
The numerical values displayed, ranging from -0.5 to +0.5 are not absolute, but
relative values. When the OVERALL slider is used, all three colours on the projected
image will change, but the individual values displayed on the sliders will not.
To maintain optimum overall image brightness, press the AUTO button. The
OVERALL slider will grey out and become inoperable. The actual brightness
settings will be automatically adjusted such that your colour balance settings are
maintained but the optimum shadow detail and black level will be achieved.
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If in doubt, reset the contrast,
brightness and gamma controls
to midpoint, then make your
adjustments in small steps.
Better still, use the AUTO
feature.
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Gamma
Press the GAMMA button.
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Gamma
Controls
Parametric slider
User Presets
Menu buttons...
Shutter open
Shutter close
Contrast
Brightness
Gamma
Test patterns
Advanced image setup
Notes
The buttons of the Main menu
are always visible at the bottom
of the display.
To adjust the Gamma setting manually, touch and drag the PARAMETRIC slider
up and down or for fine adjustment, press the arrow heads. To reset a slider to its
midpoint (2.0), press on the numerical value.
Or choose from one of the PRESETS:
•
GRAPHICS NTSC
•
GRAPHICS ENHANCED
•
NTSC ENHANCED
•
PAL/SECAM 2.8
•
PAL/SECAM ENHANCED
The PARAMETRIC slider will grey out and become inoperable whenever a preset is
selected.
To return from one of the Gamma PRESETS, to manual setting, simply touch and
drag the PARAMETRIC slider or press one of the arrow heads. The PRESET button
will grey out and the slider will become yellow again.
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To go back to a previous menu
option that is no longer visible,
call up the menu again using
the appropriate Main menu
button.
The contrast, brightness and
gamma controls in the Image
menu are all interactive, so
settings made with one control
may directly affect the setting of
another control.
All these controls allow extreme
settings to be made. However,
in normal use, it should never
be necessary to set any of the
controls far from midpoint.
If in doubt, reset the contrast,
brightness and gamma controls
to midpoint, then make your
adjustments in small steps.
Better still, use the AUTO
feature.
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Advanced image setup
Press the ADVANCED IMAGE SETUP button on the Image menu:
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Image menu...
Advanced image setup
Controls
Input preset
Input window
Input pan
Menu buttons...
Shutter open
Shutter close
Image orientation
Image position
Gamma
Input preset
Test Patterns
Input Adjust
Notes
The buttons of the Main menu
are always visible at the bottom
of the display.
Input preset
Input preset sets the limit of what can be displayed on screen. The Input window
controls (see next page) then work inside those limits.
Press INPUT PRESET to see all six preset image sizes. Choose by pressing on the
required Preset button.
To go back to a previous menu
option that is no longer visible,
call up the menu again using
the appropriate Main menu
button.
The Input adjust controls allow
you to select which portion
of the video image is to be
displayed.
These controls DO NOT change
the position or size of the whole
image on the projection screen.
OR
Press on the number in the middle of the Input window arrows, to cycle through the
preset image sizes. Choose (up to the maximum set in Input preset) from:
•
2048x1080
•
1920x1080
•
1400x1050
•
1280x1024
•
1280x720
•
640x480
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To change the position or size
of the whole image on the
projection screen, use the Move
and Zoom controls in the Lens
menu.
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Notes
Press the arrow heads to select a portion of the video image to be displayed, hiding
or revealing more or less of the image, as shown on the next page.
Example
The Input adjust controls allow
you to select which portion
of the video image is to be
displayed.
These controls DO NOT change
the position or size of the whole
image on the projection screen.
To change the position or size
of the whole image on the
projection screen, use the Move
and Zoom controls in the Lens
menu.
The original
image
Note how the Input window
controls change the size of the
window, not the image
Input window:
width reduced
IMAGE
Input window:
height reduced
IMAGE
Input preset (see previous
page) sets the limit of what can
be displayed on screen. The
Input window controls then
work inside those limits.
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Advanced image setup, continued
4. Using the Menus
Notes
Input pan
Press the arrow heads to pan the video image within the window, as shown on the
next page.
OR
Press on 0,0 in the middle of the Input pan arrows, to pan to the centre of the
image.
The Input adjust controls allow
you to select which portion
of the video image is to be
displayed.
These controls DO NOT change
the position or size of the whole
image on the projection screen.
To change the position or size
of the whole image on the
projection screen, use the Move
and Zoom controls in the Lens
menu.
Example
Input window:
width and height
reduced
IMAGE
(see previous
page)
Note how the Input pan
controls move the image, not
the window, rather like the
scroll bars in many familiar
wordprocessor and desktop
publishing programs.
Input pan:
image moved
down and left
DMD
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Image position
Press the IMAGE POSITION button on the Advanced image menu:
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Image menu...
Advanced image setup...
Image position
Controls
Image position adjust
Centre image
Menu buttons...
Shutter open
Shutter close
Image orientation
Image position
Gamma
Input preset
Test Patterns
Input Adjust
Notes
The buttons of the Main menu
are always visible at the bottom
of the display.
To go back to a previous menu
option that is no longer visible,
call up the menu again using
the appropriate Main menu
button.
Press the arrow heads to reposition the selected portion of the video image on the
DMD, as shown below.
Image
position moved
down and right
DMD
The Image position controls
are useful for multiple projector
applications, where the images
need to be tiled.
The Image position controls
affect how the selected video
image is positioned on the
DMD.
DO NOT use these controls
to change the position of the
whole image on the projection
screen.
OR
Press the CENTRE button, to centre the image on the DMD.
To change the position of the
whole image on the projection
screen, use the Move and
Zoom controls in the Lens
menu.
Note that in subsequent
adjustments to the Input
adjust controls the image will
be limited to the edges of the
DMD.
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Image orientation
4. Using the Menus
Notes
Press the IMAGE ORIENTATION button on the Advanced image menu:
The Image Orientation controls
allow the projected image to
be flipped for rear or reflected
projection, or to correct for
incorrectly oriented images.
Choose from:
•
FLIP HORIZONTAL
Horizontal inverts the image left to right for rear projection.
•
FLIP VERTICAL
Vertical inverts the image top to bottom for when the projector is mounted upside
down.
•
FLIP BOTH
Both inverts the image left to right and top to bottom for rear projection and inverted
operation.
•
NORMAL
Normal restores the image to its correct orientation.
DMD
Flip vertical
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Press the CONFIG button on the Main menu:
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Config menu
Menu buttons...
Networking config
Detailed status
Touchscreen calibration
Reset IP addresses
Notes
The buttons of the Main menu
are always visible at the bottom
of the display.
To go back to a previous menu
option that is no longer visible,
call up the menu again using
the appropriate Main menu
button.
Networking configuration
Press the NETWORK CONFIG button on the Config menu, then choose from:
Ethernet configuration choices
•
You can use either the Ethernet #1 port or the Wireless LAN port to connect
the projector to a controlling computer, but the two ports should always be set
differently.
•
If you are connecting a number of projectors and computers in a self contained
network, then you should configure the IP address and Netmask settings as
shown in the example on the next page.
•
If you are connecting a single projector to a computer using a crossed LAN
cable or Wireless LAN, then you should leave the IP address and Netmask
settings at their default values. Configure the computer to match the projector,
but with the last number of the IP address different.
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For information about how
to connect the projector, see
Connecting the projector
in section 2. Installation,
and Connections in section
6. Appendix.
To control more than one
projector from a single
computer, either open a
separate browser window
for each projector, or set a
bookmark for each projector in
Favourites.
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Making the IP address and Netmask settings
4. Using the Menus
Config menu...
Network configuration...
Ethernet #1
Settings...
IP address
Netmask
Menu buttons...
Configure wireless LAN
Notes
Do not make changes to the
networking configuration
unless you understand what
you are doing, or have taken
advice from your Network
Manager.
If you make a mistake, it is
possible that you will lose
contact with the projector.
•
Press the IP ADDRESS field.
•
Use the on-screen keypad to enter the IP address, remembering to include
leading zeroes for numbers less than 3 digits in length. The numbers will appear
in the field at the top of the keypad as you type.
If you make a mistake, press DELETE to undo your typing one character at a
time, or press CANCEL to start again completely.
•
Press ENTER to transfer the completed address from the keypad display to the
IP ADDRESS field.
repeat for NETMASK.
•
When all settings are complete, double check, then press APPLY.
Example
To connect a number of projectors and computers in a self contained network,
using a hub:
•
Always double-check your
settings before pressing the
APPLY button.
Always keep a written note of
the original settings, and any
changes you have made.
When making these settings,
leading zeroes must be used
for numbers less than 3 digits in
length. eg 192.168.010.001
When making a network
connection, eg via the address
box in a browser, leading
zeroes are not necessary.
For each projector and computer, set the first three IP address number groups
the same, and the last number different (any number between 001 and 254).
The example below follows the convention for a private non-resolvable network
(cannot be seen on the internet).
172 . 016 . 010 . 001
•
. 002
. 003
etc
Set the Netmask field for all projectors and computers to
255 . 255 . 255 . 000
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Wireless LAN
Basic networking configuration
•
Follow the configuration instructions exactly as described on the previous page
for Ethernet #1 .
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Config menu...
Network configuration...
Wireless LAN
Settings...
IP address
Netmask
Encryption
Menu buttons...
Configure ethernet #1
Configure encryption
Notes
Do not make changes to the
networking configuration
unless you understand what
you are doing, or have taken
advice from your Network
Manager.
If you make a mistake, it is
possible that you will lose
contact with the projector.
Always double-check your
settings before pressing the
APPLY button.
Always keep a written note of
the original settings, and any
changes you have made.
The buttons of the Main menu
are always visible at the bottom
of the display.
To go back to a previous menu
option that is no longer visible,
call up the menu again using
the appropriate Main menu
button.
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Encryption
•
Press the ENCRYPTION button.
4. Using the Menus
Config menu...
Network configuration...
Wireless LAN...
Encryption
Settings...
SSID
Channel
WEP key
Mode
Menu buttons...
Configure ethernet #1
Configure wirelss LAN
Notes
Do not make changes to the
networking configuration
unless you understand what
you are doing, or have taken
advice from your Network
Manager.
•
To change the SSID, press the SSID field.
Use keypad to enter the (up to) 12 digits SSID. This will appear in the field at the
top of the keypad.
Press ENTER to transfer the SSID from the keypad display to the SSID field.
•
To change the channel number, press the CHANNEL field.
Use keypad to enter the channel number (01 - 16, including a leading zero for
single figure numbers). This will appear in the field at the top of the keypad.
Press ENTER to transfer the number from the keypad display to the Channel
field.
•
To change the WEP Key, press WEP Key a number of times to cycle through
the options. Choose from:
Disabled
64 bits
(0x1234567890) (10 hex digits)
128 bits
(0x12345678901234567890123456) (26 hex digits)
Pass Phrase (abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwx) (24 characters)
Press the WEP Key field.
Use keypad to enter the key. This will appear in the field at the top of the
keypad.
If you make a mistake, it is
possible that you will lose
contact with the projector.
Always double-check your
settings before pressing the
APPLY button.
Always keep a written note of
the original settings, and any
changes you have made.
When entering the channel
number, a leading zeroes
must be used for single digit
numbers:
eg 02
If the WEP security key is to be
used, then the projector must
be set to the same method and
number of bits as the computer
or wireless access point.
Press ENTER to transfer the key from the keypad display to the WEP Key field.
•
To change the mode, press the MODE button to choose from:
Infrastructure Access Point
Adhoc peer to peer
(usual mode for an established corporate network)
(usual mode for a single computer and projector)
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Detailed status
Press the DETAILED STATUS button.
The Software release version and the total number of hours of operation are shown.
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Menu buttons...
Networking config
Detailed status
Touchscreen calibration
Reset IP addresses
Notes
The buttons of the Main menu
are always visible at the bottom
of the display.
Touchscreen calibration
If you suspect that the LCD touchscreen has drifted out of calibration, press and
hold the TOUCHSCREEN CALIBRATION button on the Config menu:
To go back to a previous menu
option that is no longer visible,
call up the menu again using
the appropriate Main menu
button.
Touchscreen calibration should
not normally be necessary
except after many hours of
heavy use.
A target appears in one corner of the screen. Press on the centre of the target and
repeat as the target moves around the screen.
After touching all four corners, you can wait a few seconds and carry out the
calibration again, or exit by pressing the button in the centre of the screen.
Reset IP addresses
To reset these to their factory settings, press and hold the RESET IP ADDRESSES
button. The button will turn grey - hold it until it turns yellow, then release.
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Engineering & Maintenance menu
Press the ENGINEERING & MAINTENANCE button on the Main menu:
4. Using the Menus
Engineering & Maintenance
menu
Controls
Log files
Menu buttons...
Software update
Notes
Software update should NOT
be carried out except by,
or with the supervision of,
Digital Projection Service
personnel.
Log files
A single log file is created for each day that the projector is switched on. There
will only be one file per day, regardless of how many times the projector has been
switched on and off.
The log files cannot be accessed from the projector touch screen. However, in the
event of a problem with the projector, the log files can be downloaded to a remote
computer via a network connection, and emailed to Digital Projection for analysis.
To open a log file on a remote computer:
•
Click on the log file name.
Software update
(only available via a browser, not when operating directly from the projector touch
screen)
This should NOT be carried out except by, or with the supervision of,
Digital Projection Service personnel.
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5. Maintenance
Contents
Changing the lamp ............................................................................................................................. 5.2
Readind the lamp-hours meter ........................................................................................................... 5.3
Removing the lamp module ............................................................................................................... 5.4
Fitting the new lamp module .............................................................................................................. 5.4
Changing the filter .............................................................................................................................. 5.5
Cleaning the projector and lens ...................................................................................................... 5.6
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Changing the lamp
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Notes
The lamp should be changed after 750 hours of use, as indicated on the lamp-hours
meter. The meter is located on the front of the lamp module, and is accesible inside
the lamp compartment door.
Always allow the lamp to
cool for 5 minutes before
removing the lamp module.
To open the lamp compartment door:
•
Give the catch half a turn anti-clockwise, to release the catch.
There are no user-serviceable
parts inside the lamp module.
The whole module should
be replaced and returned to
Digital Projection for refurbishment.
Door
catch
Do not use the lamp for more
than 750 hours, as this may
cause serious lamp failure,
damage the lamp module
and cause extra cost on
replacement.
Xenon lamps produce high
intensity light. Do not look
directly at the light coming
from the lamp housing or the
lens.
Lamp module
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Readind the lamp-hours meter
5. Maintenance
Notes
There are two types of Lamp-hours meter, depending on the lamp module that has
been fitted, as shown below.
Mercury meter
LCD meter
display button
The LCD Lamp-hours meter has two modes of operation:
•
When the lamp is switched on, the LCD will show lamp run hours.
•
When the lamp is switched off, the LCD will be blank.
Press the button and hold for 5 seconds to display lamp run hours.
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Removing the lamp module
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Notes
•
Press the LAMP button on the Main menu.
•
Press LAMP OFF and hold for 3 seconds. The lamp will ramp down to minimum
and go off after a further 3 seconds.
•
Allow the lamp to cool for 5 minutes.
•
Push the main power switch downwards to switch off the power.
•
Open the lamp compartment door.
•
Unscrew each of the three lamp module screws until the thread disengages and
the knob can be pulled out a little against its spring pressure.
Take care when removing the
lamp module, as it is heavy
(>10kg).
Take care not to touch the
glass surface of the lamp
module. If you do accidentally
touch the glass, it should be
cleaned before use.
Lamp module
screws
•
Pull the lamp module out of the projector.
Fitting the new lamp module
•
Rest the lamp module on the edge of the compartment and line up the white
nylon guides.
•
Gently but firmly, push the lamp module in all the way until the connector
engages.
•
Screw in each of the three lamp module screws until finger tight.
•
Push the lamp compartment door closed.
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Changing the filter
•
Press the LAMP button on the Main menu.
•
Press LAMP OFF and hold for 3 seconds. The lamp will ramp down to minimum
and go off after a further 3 seconds.
•
Allow the lamp to cool for 5 minutes.
•
Push the main power switch downwards to switch off the power.
•
Pull the filter out from under the front of the projector, under the lens, by pulling
on the strap.
•
Replenish the filter material.
•
Push the replenished filter firmly back into the slot, taking care to fit it the right
way up, as shown by the arrow.
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Notes
The filter should be changed
regularly:
•
In a clean environment such
as an office, change after 750
hours, at the same time as the
lamp is changed.
•
In a dusty or smoky
environment such as a theatre
or public area, more frequent
changes may be necessary.
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Notes
Turn the projector off before cleaning.
Clean the cabinet periodically with a damp cloth. If heavily soiled, use a mild
detergent.
Use a blower or lens paper to clean the lens, taking care not to scratch the glass.
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Never use strong detergents
or solvents such as alcohol
or thinners to clean the
projector and lens.
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6. Appendix
Contents
Troubleshooting .................................................................................................................................. 6.4
Specifications ...................................................................................................................................... 6.6
Part numbers.................................................................................................................................... 6.6
Optical ............................................................................................................................................. 6.6
Electrical .......................................................................................................................................... 6.7
Physical ........................................................................................................................................... 6.7
Lens Data ........................................................................................................................................ 6.8
Connections ....................................................................................................................................... 6.10
DVI-D connection............................................................................................................................ 6.10
LAN connection ...............................................................................................................................6.11
10BaseT Unshielded Twisted Pair cable..............................................................................................6.11
Crossed cable ...............................................................................................................................6.11
Serial control input .......................................................................................................................... 6.12
Null-modem cable .........................................................................................................................
6.12
Modem settings ............................................................................................................................ 6.12
Using Windows Hyperterminal to connect to the projector ................................................................... 6.13
Remote communications protocol ............................................................................................... 6.14
Image commands ........................................................................................................................... 6.14
......................................................................................................................... 6.14
Image Contrast ............................................................................................................................ 6.15
Image Projection Mode .................................................................................................................. 6.15
Image Orientation ........................................................................................................................ 6.16
Image Mirror Park ........................................................................................................................ 6.16
Image Colour Temperature Gain ...................................................................................................... 6.17
Input Image Size .......................................................................................................................... 6.17
Input Image Window Size .............................................................................................................. 6.18
Image Position ............................................................................................................................ 6.18
Input Capture Offset ..................................................................................................................... 6.19
Test Patterns ............................................................................................................................... 6.20
Degamma Table Select ................................................................................................................. 6.21
Picture Mute ............................................................................................................................... 6.22
Image Brightness
continued
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Lens Commands............................................................................................................................. 6.23
Lens Stop All ............................................................................................................................... 6.23
................................................................................................................................. 6.23
Lens Goto Absolute Position ........................................................................................................... 6.24
Lens Goto Centre ......................................................................................................................... 6.24
Lens Calibrate Zoom .................................................................................................................... 6.24
PSU Commands ............................................................................................................................. 6.25
Lamp On .................................................................................................................................... 6.25
Lamp Off .................................................................................................................................... 6.25
Lamp Power ............................................................................................................................... 6.26
Lens Move
Dimensions ........................................................................................................................................ 6.27
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible solutions
The projector will not power up.
Check that the mains plug is plugged in and that the mains supply is switched on.
Check any external fuses or breakers.
The projector shuts down after it has
been in use for some time.
The projector may be overheating. Check that the air inlets and outlets are clear
of any obstruction. Check that the air filter is clean, and if it is dirty, fit a new one.
See section 1. Introduction, Getting to know the projector
The lamp is not lit.
Check in the lamp menu that the lamp is turned on.
See Section 4. Using the menus, Lamp menu
Check the lamp-hours meter. If the lamp has been in use for over 750 hours, the
lamp module should be changed.
See Section 5. Maintenance, Changing the lamp.
The menus say the lamp is lit but no
image is displayed.
The lamp may be faulty. Check by fitting a new lamp module.
See Section 5. Maintenance, Changing the lamp
Check that the input source is switched on and connected to the projector
correctly.
Check that the correct image source is selected.
See Section 4. Using the menus, Source menu
Check that the brightness and contrast settings are set correctly.
See Section 4. Using the menus, Image menu
If the input source is connected via a device powered from the 5V auxilliary power
outlet, check that this power cable is connected correctly.
The projector may be overheating. Check that the air inlets and outlets are clear
of any obstruction. Check that the air filter is clean, and if it is dirty, fit a new one.
The image does not fit the screen
correctly.
If the image is smaller than 2048 x 1080 pixels, then the image will NOT fill the
screen. The projector does not perform any image processing - the MMS 1000 is
recommended for this purpose.
Check that the correct lens is being used for the combination of screen size and
projection distance.
See Section 1. Introduction, Choosing a lens
Check the settings in the image menu.
See Section 4. Using the menus, Image menu
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Problem
Possible solutions
The wrong image is displayed
The side input has priority over the rear input: If you want to display the image
from the rear input, ensure that the side input signal is turned off or disconnected.
Poor colour depth reproduction.
Colour depth is 8 bits using Single or Dual inputs. If using Twin inputs for greater
colour depth, check that both source cables are connected correctly.
Note that only the side input is capable of displaying Twin input signals.
Image displayed at low frame rate
Frame rate is limited to 60hz using the rear input.
Note that only the side input is capable of displaying Dual input signals.
Uneven image quality.
Check that the projector is parallel to the screen.
Check that the screen is flat, and securely mounted.
Projector does not respond to remote
control commands from a computer.
Check that the LAN or serial cable is connected correctly.
See this section 6. Appendix, Connections
If using a LAN, check that the address setting is made correctly.
See Section 4. Using the menus, Configuration menu
If using a serial cable, check that the modem settings are made correctly.
See this section 6. Appendix, Connections
Check that the correct control codes are being used.
See this section 6. Appendix, Serial communications protocol
In the event that this troubleshooting guide has not solved the problem,
then contact your Digital Projection dealer or service centre.
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Specifications
Part numbers
Projector
USA models
35HD-T: 105-033
40HD-T: 106-264
Rest of World models
35HD-T: 105-034
40HD-T: 106-265
Lenses
1.0 :1 fixed lens
103-350
1.25 - 1.45 :1 zoom lens
103-351
1.45 - 1.8 :1 zoom lens
102-451
1.8 - 2.4 :1 zoom lens
102-676
2.2 - 3.0 :1 zoom lens
102-677
3.0 - 4.3 :1 zoom lens
102-678
4.3 - 6.0 :1 zoom lens
104-189
Replacement parts
Lamp module
35HD-T: 103-238
40HD-T: 104-578
Air filter, complete replacement
104-154
Air filter, replacement filling only
105-222
Optical
Digital Light Processor
3 x 1.26” Texas Instruments DMD™, resolution 2048 x 1080 pixels
Contrast Ratio
1600:1 full field (±10%)
Pixel fill factor
87%
Lamp power
35HD-T: 3kW
40HD-T: 3.6kW
Lamp life (typical)
750 hours
Brightness
35HD-T: 18,000 Center lumens, 16,000 ANSI lumens (±10%)
40HD-T: 22,000 Center lumens, 21,000 ANSI lumens (±10%)
Colour temperature
3000-9300°K
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Electrical
Rear Input
DVI-D single
Side Input
DVI-D single, DVI-D dual, DVI-D single twin or DVI-D dual twin
(for more information, see Input formats, in section 2. Installation)
Pixel clock
single: up to 165MHz, dual: up to 220MHz
Outputs
DVI-D single loop through (from rear input only)
Control inputs
1 x LAN, 1 x Wireless LAN, 1 x RS232 serial
Mains voltage
200-240 VAC (±10%), 50/60Hz (single phase)
Power consumption
35HD-T: 4000 W
40HD-T: 4600 W
International Regulations
Meets FCC Class A requirements
Meets EMC Directives (EN 50081-1, EN 50082-1, EN 55022)
MeetsLow Voltage Directive (EN60950)
Physical
Operating Temperature
10 to 35°C
Storage Temperature
-10 to 50°C
Thermal Dissipation
35HD-T: 13640 BTU/hr
40HD-T: 15695 BTU/hr
Operating Humidity
up to 80% non-condensing
Weight
114kg (249lbs)
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Lens Data
Optical
103-350
103-351
throw ratio
1.0 :1 fixed
1.25 - 1.45 :1 zoom
1.45 - 1.8 :1 zoom
1.8 - 2.4 :1 zoom
full DMD image width
2.2m - 6.9m
3.5 - 31m
3 - 25m
2 - 19m
(7.4 - 22.6ft)
(11 - 102ft)
(9 - 82ft)
(7 - 62ft)
2.2m - 6.9m
5 - 45m
5 - 45m
5 - 45m
throw distance
102-451
102-676
(7.4 - 22.6ft)
(16 - 148ft)
(16 - 148ft)
(16 - 148ft)
lens shift vertical in pixels*
± 400
± 540
± 282
± 282
(vs DMD height)
(± 0.37H)
(± 0.5H)
(± 0.26H)
(± 0.26H)
± 365
± 172
± 172
lens shift horizontal in pixels* ± 256
(vs DMD width)
(± 0.125W)
(± 0.178W)
(± 0.085W)
(± 0.085W)
Aperture
F/2.5
F/2.5
F/2.5
F/2.5
Max object field size
38.04mm dia
36.0mm dia
36.0mm dia
36.0mm dia
Effective focal length
28.95mm
35.28 - 40.97mm
40.71 - 50.89mm
50.72 - 62.12mm
(1.14in)
(1.39 - 1.61in)
(1.6 - 2.0in)
(2 - 2.5in)
Distortion
<0.6%
<1.5%
<1.5%
<1.5%
Transmission
>85% avg.
>88% avg
>88% avg
> 88 % avg
185mm
161mm
109mm
97mm
(7.3in)
(6.3in)
(4.3in)
(3.8in)
457.5mm
433.6mm
381mm
368.4mm
(18.0in)
(17.1in)
(15in)
(14.5in)
144.5mm
144.5mm
139mm
139mm
(5.69in)
(5.69in)
(5.47in)
(5.47in)
to be confirmed
to be confirmed
to be confirmed
to be confirmed
Mechanical
Lens extension**
Length
Maximum diameter
Weight
*
Actual available lens shift is reduced when the lens is to be shifted in two directions combined (see Shifting the image,
in section 2. Installation).
**
Lens extension is the distance from the outer end of the lens to the front of the projector. It is measured when the lens
is focussed at infinity and fully extended. At other focus settings, the extension could be up to 10mm less. It is important
for calculating throw distance accurately (see Useful lens calculations, in section 2. Installation).
lens extension, measured from
front of corner post
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Optical
102-677
102-678
104-189
throw ratio
2.2 - 3.0 :1 zoom
3.0 - 4.3 :1 zoom
4.3 - 6.0 :1 zoom
full DMD image width
2 - 15m
1 - 11m
1 - 8m
(5 - 49ft)
(4 - 34ft)
(3 - 25ft)
2.2m - 6.9m
5 - 45m
5 - 45m
(7.4 - 22.6ft)
(16 - 148ft)
(16 - 148ft)
lens shift vertical in pixels*
± 282
± 282
± 282
(vs DMD height)
(± 0.26H)
(± 0.26H)
(± 0.26H)
± 172
± 172
throw distance
lens shift horizontal in pixels* ± 172
(vs DMD width)
(± 0.085W)
(± 0.085W)
(± 0.085W)
Aperture
F/2.5
F/2.5
F/2.5
Max object field size
36.0mm dia
36.0mm dia
36.0mm dia
Effective focal length
62.35 - 84.79mm
84.0 - 120.5mm
122.8 - 172.3mm
(2.46 - 3.34in)
(3.31 - 4.74in)
(4.83 - 6.78 in)
Distortion
<1.5%
<1.5%
<1.5%
Transmission
>88% avg
>88% avg
>88% avg
53mm
98mm
170mm
(2.1in)
(3.9in)
(6.7in)
324.9mm
370.8mm
442mm
(12.8in)
(14.6in)
(17.4in)
139mm
139mm
139mm
(5.47in)
(5.47in)
(5.47in)
to be confirmed
to be confirmed
to be confirmed
Mechanical
Lens extension**
Length
Maximum diameter
Weight
*
Actual available lens shift is reduced when the lens is to be shifted in two directions combined (see Shifting the image,
in section 2. Installation).
**
Lens extension is the distance from the outer end of the lens to the front of the projector. It is measured when the lens
is focussed at infinity and fully extended. At other focus settings, the extension could be up to 10mm less. It is important
for calculating throw distance accurately (see Useful lens calculations, in section 2. Installation).
lens extension, measured from
front of corner post
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Connections
Notes
DVI-D connection
1
TMDS Data 2-
2
TMDS Data 2+
3
TMDS Data 2/4 Shield
4
TMDS Data 4-
5
TMDS Data 4+
6
DDC Clock
7
DDC Data
8
unused
9
TMDS Data 1-
10
TMDS Data 1+
11
TMDS Data 1/3 Shield
12
TMDS Data 3-
13
TMDS Data 3+
14
+5 V Power
15
Ground
16
Hot Plug Detect*
17
TMDS Data 0-
18
TMDS Data 0+
19
TMDS Data 0+
20
TMDS Data 0/5 Shield
21
TMDS Data 5 -
22
TMDS Data 5+
23
TMDS Clock Shield
24
TMDS Clock+
•
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Cable complexity and
interference can be reduced
by using the Digilink high
bandwidth optical connection
system. Contact your dealer for
more information.
pin view of female connector
The analog pins to the right of
the connector may be fitted on
some models, but are unused.
Hot plug detect (HPD) is fully DVI compliant. DVI sources detect the presence
of a display device by providing +5V on pin 14 and looking for +5V on pin 16.
Whenever the projector is operational, and 5V is present on pin 14, pin 16 will be
held at +5V.
EDID is available even when the projector is switched off.
Operational means that the projector is powered up. Non operational states are
powered down and some self test and reprogramming modes.
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LAN connection
Notes
10BaseT Unshielded Twisted Pair cable
The standard wire colours as as follows:
1
White / Orange stripe
2
Orange
3
White / Green stripe
4
Blue
5
White / Blue stripe
6
Green
7
White / Brown stripe
8
Brown
Use:
top view of cable connector
(clip is underneath)
•
a straight cable to connect to a
hub or network, or
•
a crossed cable as shown here
to connect ONLY to a computer
directly.
Crossed cable
(used to connect directly to a computer with no hub or network.)
(Note that only the green and blue pairs are crossed)
1
White / Orange stripe
White / Green stripe
1
2
Orange
Green
2
3
White / Green stripe
White / Orange stripe
3
4
Blue
Blue
4
5
White / Blue stripe
White / Blue stripe
5
6
Green
Orange
6
7
White / Brown stripe
White / Brown stripe
7
8
Brown
Brown
8
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Serial control input
1
unused
2
Received Data
3
Transmitted Data
4
Data Terminal Ready
5
Signal Ground
6
Data Set Ready
7
Request To Send
8
Clear To Send
9
unused at present
Notes
The projector is a DTE, so use:
pin view of female connector
•
a straight cable to connect to a
modem, or
•
a null-modem cable as shown
here to connect to another DTE
such as a computer.
Null-modem cable
(used to connect the projector to a computer)
RD
2
---
3
TD
TD
3
---
2
RD
DTR
4
---
6
DSR
GND
5
---
5
GND
DSR
6
---
4
DTR
RTS
7
---
8
CTS
CTS
8
---
7
RTS
Modem settings
•
Baud rate
38,400 bps
•
Data length
8 bits
•
Parity
none
•
Stop bits
one
•
Handshaking
Full duplex RTS/CTS
Xon/Xoff not supported
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Using Windows Hyperterminal to connect to the projector
Many features of the projector can be controlled remotely by sending ascii character
strings to the serial control input, or via a LAN, using the protocol and syntax
described in the following pages.
If you are using a PC running Windows 95, 98, Me, NT, 2000 or XP, you can send
the control codes using Windows Hyperterminal. This can usually be found in:
Start → All Programs → Accessories → Communications → Hyperterminal:
6. Appendix
Notes
For a full description of all
the Control codes available,
see the Lightning Remote
Communications Protocol, on
the following pages.
Details of how to connect to
the projector, using the serial
control input or via a LAN, can
be found earlier in this section.
In File → Properties, set the connection either to your serial link or LAN connection.
For a serial connection, use the settings detailed on the previous page. For a LAN
connection, connect to the server using port number 10002.
In File → Properties → Settings → Ascii Setup, set the sending and receiving
characters as shown below:
Commands can be sent to the projector simply by typing in the Hyperterminal
window. Replies will also be seen in the window.
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Remote communications protocol
Version 1.2 Patch A
Each command string sent to the projector should start with character 0x0a and end
with character 0x0d. If you are using Windows Hyperterminal, then this will be taken
care of by the Ascii Setup described on the previous page.
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Notes
Details of how to connect to
the projector, using the serial
control input or via a LAN, can
be found earlier in this section.
Prefix each command with:
“[id],[user],[time],[date],[command priority],[projector id],[projector name],”
for example:
1234,external,16:37:31,01/04/2004,5,543210,DPL-123,
example lens command (close shutter)
1234,external,15:20:25,14/10/2004,5,543210,DPL-123,lens,move,write,s,c,0,0
example lens command (open shutter)
1234,external,15:20:30,14/10/2004,5,543210,DPL-123,lens,move,write,s,o,0,0
Image commands
Image Brightness
Used to set and query image brightness (lift) levels.
CALL
: “image,brightness,write,r,[level],g,[level],b,[level],o,[level],a,[mode]”
: Where [level] is -0.5 to 0.5 in steps of 0.001
: and [mode] is either “on” or “off”
: ‘o’ is overall level - only valid if ‘a’ is set to ‘off’.
: ‘a’ is auto level control.
RETURNS : “[msg id],ACK,brightness,r,[level],g,[level],b,[level],o,[level],a,[mode]”
: OR
: “[msg id],NAK,brightness”
CALL
: “image,brightness,read,[urgency switch]”
NOTE
: Urgency switch is currently ignored (can be set to 0).
RETURNS : “[msg id],brightness,[r level],[g level],[b level],[o level],[a mode]”
: OR
: “[msg id],NAK,brightness”
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Image Contrast
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Notes
Used to set and query image contrast (gain) levels.
CALL
: “image,contrast,write,r,[r level],g,[g level],b,[b level],o,[level],a,[mode]”
: Where [level] is 0.0 to 2.0 in steps of 0.001
: and [mode] is either “on” or “off”
: ‘o’ is overall level - only valid if ‘a’ is set to ‘off’.
: ‘a’ is auto level control.
RETURNS : “[msg id],ACK,contrast,r,[r level],g,[g level],b,[b level],o,[level],a,[mode]
”
: OR
: “[msg id],NAK,contrast”
CALL
: “image,contrast,read,[urgency switch]”
NOTE
: Urgency switch is currently ignored (can be set to 0).
RETURNS : “[msg id],contrast,[r level],[g level],[b level],[o level],[a mode]”
: OR
: “[msg id],NAK,contrast”
Image Projection Mode
Used to set and query image projection mode.
CALL
: “image,projectionmode,write,[mode]”
: Where [mode] is one of “curtain”, “testpattern” or “normal”
RETURNS : “[msg id],ACK,projectionmode,[mode]”
: OR
: “[msg id],NAK,projectionmode”
CALL
: “image,projectionmode,read,[urgency switch]”
NOTE
: Urgency switch is currently ignored (can be set to 0).
RETURNS : “[msg id],projectionmode,[mode]”
: OR
: “[msg id],NAK,projectionmode”
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Image Orientation
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Notes
Used to set and query image orientation.
CALL
: “image,imageorient,write,[orient]”
: Where [orient] is one of “normal”, “nsflip”, “ewflip” or “newsflip”
RETURNS : “[msg id],ACK,imageorient,[orient]”
: OR
: “[msg id],NAK,imageorient”
CALL
: “image,imageorient,read,[urgency switch]”
NOTE
: Urgency switch is currently ignored (can be set to 0).
RETURNS : “[msg id],imageorient,[orient]”
: OR
: “[msg id],NAK,imageorient”
Image Mirror Park
Used to set and query mirror park.
CALL
: “image,mirrorpark,write,[mode]”
: Where [mode] is one of “park” or “release”
RETURNS : “[msg id],ACK,mirrorpark,[orient]”
: OR
: “[msg id],NAK,mirrorpark”
CALL
: “image,mirrorpark,read,[urgency switch]”
NOTE
: Urgency switch is currently ignored (can be set to 0).
RETURNS : “[msg id],mirrorpark,[mode]”
: OR
: “[msg id],NAK,mirrorpark”
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Image Colour Temperature Gain
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Notes
Used to set and query image colour temperature levels.
CALL
: “image,colourtempgain,write,r,[r level],g,[g level],b,[b level]”
: Where [level] is 0.0 to 2.0 in steps of 0.001
RETURNS : “[msg id],ACK,colourtempgain,r,[r level],g,[g level],b,[b level]”
: OR
: “[msg id],NAK,colourtempgain”
CALL
: “image,colourtempgain,read,[urgency switch]”
NOTE
: Urgency switch is currently ignored (can be set to 0).
RETURNS : “[msg id],colourtempgain,[r level],[g level],[b level]”
: OR
: “[msg id],NAK,colourtempgain”
Input Image Size
Used to set and query image input size.
CALL
: “image,inputimagesize,write,c,[cols],r,[rows]”
: Where [cols] is the number of pixels range 640 to DMD size
: and [rows] is the number of lines range 480 to DMD size.
RETURNS : “[msg id],ACK,inputimagesize,c,[cols],r,[rows]”
: OR
: “[msg id],NAK,inputimagesize”
CALL
: “image,inputimagesize,read,[urgency switch]”
NOTE
: Urgency switch is currently ignored (can be set to 0).
RETURNS : “[msg id],ACK,inputimagesize,[cols],[rows]”
: OR
: “[msg id],NAK,inputimagesize”
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Input Image Window Size
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Notes
Used to set and query image input window size.
CALL
: “image,inputimagewindow,write,c,[cols],r,[rows]”
: Where [cols] is the number of pixels range 640 to DMD size
: and [rows] is the number of lines range 480 to DMD size.
RETURNS : “[msg id],ACK,inputimagewindow,c,[cols],r,[rows]”
: OR
: “[msg id],NAK,inputimagewindow”
CALL
: “image,inputimagewindow,read,[urgency switch]”
NOTE
: Urgency switch is currently ignored (can be set to 0).
RETURNS : “[msg id],ACK,inputimagewindow,[cols],[rows]”
: OR
: “[msg id],NAK,inputimagewindow”
Image Position
Used to set and query image position.
CALL
: “image,imageposition,write,c,[cols offset],r,[rows offset]”
: Where [cols] is the number of pixels offset from centre
: and [rows] is the number of lines offset from centre.
: Positive values move the image down and right and negative move
: the image up and left.
RETURNS : “[msg id],ACK,imageposition,c,[cols offset],r,[rows offset]”
: OR
: “[msg id],NAK,imageposition”
CALL
: “image,imageposition,read,[urgency switch]”
NOTE
: Urgency switch is currently ignored (can be set to 0).
RETURNS : “[msg id],ACK,imageposition,[cols offset],[rows offset]”
: OR
: “[msg id],NAK,imageposition”
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Input Capture Offset
6. Appendix
Notes
Used to set and query image capture offset.
CALL
: “image,inputcaptureoffset,write,c,[cols offset],r,[rows offset]”
: Where [cols] is the number of pixels offset from centre
: and [rows] is the number of lines offset from centre.
: Positive values move the image down and right and negative move
the image up and left.
RETURNS : “[msg id],ACK,inputcaptureoffset,c,[cols offset],r,[rows offset]”
: OR
: “[msg id],NAK,inputcaptureoffset”
CALL
: “image,inputcaptureoffset,read,[urgency switch]”
NOTE
: Urgency switch is currently ignored (can be set to 0).
RETURNS : “[msg id],ACK,inputcaptureoffset,[cols offset],[rows offset]”
: OR
: “[msg id],NAK,inputcaptureoffset”
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Test Patterns
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Notes
Used to set and query test patterns.
CALL
: “image,testpattern,write,[pattern name][vertical rate]”
: Where [pattern name] is one of:
: black
- Full Screen Black
: white
- Full Screen White
: green
- Full Screen Green
: red
- Full Screen Red
: blue
- Full Screen Blue
: checker
: align
- ANSI Checkerboard
- Alignment Pattern
: h_ramp
- Horizontal Ramp
: v_ramp
- Vertical Ramp
: max_lumens - Native White
: native_white - Native White
: off
- Normal Picture
: and [vertical rate] is 60.
RETURNS : “[msg id],ACK,testpattern,[pattern name][vertical rate]”
: OR
: “[msg id],NAK,testpattern”
CALL
: “image,testpattern,read,[urgency switch]”
NOTE
: Urgency switch is currently ignored (can be set to 0).
RETURNS : “[msg id],testpattern,[pattern name][vertical rate]”
: OR
: “[msg id],NAK,testpattern”
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Degamma Table Select
6. Appendix
Notes
Used to set and query degamma table settings.
CALL
: “image,degammaselect,write,[table no.][parametric]”
: Where [table no.] is one of:
: 0 - Graphics/NTSC
: 1 - Graphics Enhanced
: 2 - NTSC Enhanced
: 3 - PAL/SECAM 2.8
: 4 - PAL/SECAM Enhanced
: 5 - Linear
:
: 255 - use parametric value:
:
: and [parametric] is in the range 0.01 to 4.0 in steps of 0.0001
RETURNS : “[msg id],ACK,degammaselect,[table no.][parametric]”
: OR
: “[msg id],NAK,degammaselect”
CALL
: “image,degammaselect,read,[urgency switch]”
NOTE
: Urgency switch is currently ignored (can be set to 0).
RETURNS : “[msg id],degammaselect,[table no.][parametric]”
: OR
: “[msg id],NAK,degammaselect”
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Picture Mute
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Notes
Used to set and query picture mute.
CALL
: “image,picmute,write,[mode]”
: Where [mode] is one of “on” or “off”
RETURNS : “[msg id],ACK,picmute,[mode]”
: OR
: “[msg id],NAK,picmute”
CALL
: “image,picmute,read,[urgency switch]”
NOTE
: Urgency switch is currently ignored (can be set to 0).
RETURNS : “[msg id],picmute,[mode]”
: OR
: “[msg id],NAK,picmute”
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Lens Commands
6. Appendix
Notes
Lens Stop All
Used to stop all lens motors.
CALL
: “lens,stop,write”
RETURNS : “[msg id],ACK,stop”
: OR
: “[msg id],NAK,stop”
Lens Move
Used to move lens position left-right, up-down and open/close shutter.
CALL
: “lens,move,write,[axis],[direction],[time],[speed]”
: Where [axis] is one of:
: h - horizontal
: v - vertical
: f - focus
: z - zoom
: s - shutter
: [direction is one of:
: l - left (use with ‘h’)
: r - right
: u - up
“
(use with ‘v’)
: d - down
“
: o - open (use with shutter)
: c - close
“
: [time] is the move time in milliseconds, currently recommended
minimum is 300.
: [speed] is 0 for slow and 50 for fast.
NOTE
: Only one axis may be driven at a time.
RETURNS : “[msg id],ACK,move”
: OR
: “[msg id],NAK,move”
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Lens Goto Absolute Position
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Notes
Used to move lens to absolute co-ordinates.
CALL
: “lens,goto,write,h,[hpos],v,[vpos],f,[fpos],z,[zpos]”
: Where hpos, vpos, fpos and zpos are values probably obtained from a
‘goto read’
NOTE
: Any one or all axis may be driven at the same time.
RETURNS : “[msg id],ACK,goto”
: OR
: “[msg id],NAK,goto”
CALL
: “lens,goto,read,[urgency switch]”
NOTE
: Urgency switch is currently ignored (can be set to 0).
RETURNS : “[msg id],goto,[hvfz],[hpos],[ypos],[fpos],[zpos],[spos]”
: where h,v,f and z are either an axis letter or dash. A letter present
indicates that
: axis is still moving. (eg “H-F-” means that Horizontal and Focus are still
moving)
: [spos] is the shutter position either “o” for open or “c” for closed.
: OR
: “[msg id],NAK,goto”
Lens Goto Centre
Used to centre lens mount.
CALL
: “lens,gotocentre,write”
RETURNS : “[msg id],ACK,gotocentre”
: OR
: “[msg id],NAK,gotocentre”
Lens Calibrate Zoom
Used to calibrate zoom range.
CALL
: “lens,calibratezoom,write”
RETURNS : “[msg id],ACK,calibratezoom”
: OR
: “[msg id],NAK,calibratezoom”
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PSU Commands
6. Appendix
Notes
Lamp On
Used to turn Lamp on and query Lamp state.
CALL
: “lpsu,on,write,[lamp number]”
NOTE
: Lamp number currently ignored but must be present
: (can be set to 0).
RETURNS : “[msg id],ACK,on”
: “[msg id],NAK,on”
CALL
: “lpsu,on,read,[urgency switch],[lamp number]”
NOTE
: Urgency switch and lamp number currently ignored
: but must be present (can be set to 0).
RETURNS : “[msg id],lpsu,on”
: OR
: “[msg id],lpsu,off”
: OR
: “[msg id],NAK,on”
Lamp Off
Used to turn Lamp off and query Lamp state.
CALL
: “lpsu,off,write,[lamp number]”
NOTE
: Lamp number currently ignored but must be present
: (can be set to 0).
RETURNS : “[msg id],ACK,on”
: “[msg id],NAK,on”
CALL
: “lpsu,on,read,[urgency switch],[lamp number]”
NOTE
: Urgency switch and lamp number currently ignored but must be
present (can be set to 0).
RETURNS : “[msg id],lpsu,on”
: OR
: “[msg id],lpsu,off”
: OR
: “[msg id],NAK,on”
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Notes
Used to set and query Lamp power level.
CALL
: “lpsu,power,write,[lamp number],[% power]”
NOTE
: Lamp number currently ignored but must be present
: (can be set to 0).
RETURNS : “[msg id],ACK,power”
: “[msg id],NAK,power”
CALL
: “lpsu,power,read,[urgency switch],[lamp number]”
NOTE
: Urgency switch and lamp number currently ignored but must be
present (can be set to 0).
RETURNS : “[msg id],power,[% power]”
: OR
: “[msg id],NAK,power”
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6. Appendix
Dimensions
All dimensions in mm
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