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Declaration of Conformity
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 the equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his
own expense.
Manufacturer: InFocus Corporation, 13190 SW 68th Parkway, Portland, Oregon
97223-8368 USA
We declare under our sole responsibility that this projector conforms to the
following directives and norms:
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
EuP Directive 2005/32/EC
EMC: EN 55022
EN 55024
EN 61000-3-2
EN 61000-3-3
Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
Safety: IEC 60950-1:2005, MOD
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by InFocus Corporation may void
authority to operate the equipment.
EN 55022 Warning
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment it may cause radio
interference, in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures. The
typical use is in a conference room, meeting room or auditorium.
Canada
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Trademarks
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du
Canada.
DisplayLink is a trademark of DisplayLink Corporation.
Apple, Macintosh, and PowerBook are trademarks or registered trademarks of
Apple Computer, Inc. IBM is a trademark or registered trademark of International
Business Machines, Inc. Microsoft, PowerPoint, and Windows are trademarks or
registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Adobe and Acrobat are trademarks
or registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated. DLP® and the DLP logo
are registered trademarks of Texas Instruments and BrilliantColor™ is a trademark
of Texas Instruments. InFocus, In Focus, and INFOCUS (stylized) are either
registered trademarks or trademarks of InFocus Corporation in the United States
and other countries.
Agency Approvals
UL, cUL
Other specific Country Approvals may apply. Please see product certification label.
This document applies to regulatory model F5530.
Input ratings: AC 100-240V, 9.5-3.5A, 50-60Hz
InFocus reserves the right to alter product offerings and specifications at any time
without notice.
FCC Warning
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A
digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide
reasonable from
protection
against harmful interference
when the equipment is
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Table of Contents
Introduction
Positioning the projector
Ceiling Mount
Cable management
Connecting power
Connecting a computer source
Optional computer connections
Displaying an image
Adjusting the image
Connecting a video device
Video device connections
Shutting down the projector
Troubleshooting your setup
Using the remote control
Using the audio
Using the keypad buttons
Optimizing computer images
Presentation features
Optimizing video images
Customizing the projector
Dynamic Messaging
Using the menus
Basic Picture menu
Advanced Picture menu
Setup menu
Status and Service menu
Help
Using Network Functions
Using LitePort
Maintenance
Cleaning the lens
Replacing the projection lamp
Using the security lock
Appendix
Projected Image Size
Optional Lenses
SplitScreen Compatibility
RS-232 commands
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Important Operating Considerations for Safety
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The projector must be installed by a qualified professional in order to ensure
proper operation and reduce the risk of hazards or injury. It is not
recommended you install the projector yourself.
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Refer all service to qualified service personnel. Servicing your own projector
can be dangerous to you and will void the warranty.
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Only use replacement parts specified by InFocus. Unauthorized substitutions
may result in fire, electrical shock, or injury, and may void the warranty
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Only genuine InFocus lamps are tested for use in this projector. Use of non
InFocus lamps may cause electrical shock and fire, and may void the projector
warranty.
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Hg – Lamp contains mercury. Manage in accordance with local
disposal laws. See www.lamprecycle.org.
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The projector uses a high-pressure mercury glass lamp. The lamp may fail
prematurely, or it may rupture with a popping sound if jolted, scratched, or
handled while hot. The risk of lamp failure or rupture also increases as the
lamp age increases; please replace the lamp when you see the “Replace Lamp”
message.
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In the unlikely event of a lamp rupture, particles may exit through the projector
vents. Keep people, food, and drinks out of the "keep out" area under and
around the projector, as indicated by the "X" areas below..
Refer to this guide for proper startup and shutdown procedures.
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Follow all warnings and cautions in this manual and on the projector.
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Do not block the lens with any object while the projector is being used.
Blocking the light path can cause overheating and result in fire.
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Place the projector in a horizontal position no greater than 8 degrees off axis.
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Locate the projector at least 4' (1.2m) away from any heating or cooling vents.
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Do not block ventilation openings. Locate the projector in a well-ventilated
area without obstructions to intake or exhaust vents. Do not place the projector
on a tablecloth or other soft covering that may block the vents.
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Do not place the projector in direct sunlight, humid, greasy or dusty places or
in places where the projector may come into contact with smoke or steam.
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Do not look directly into the lens while the projector is being used.
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Do not drop the projector.
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Do not spill liquid on the projector. Spilled liquid may damage the projector.
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Use the power cord provided. Connect the power cord to a receptacle with a
protective safety (earth) ground terminal. A surge-protected power strip is
recommended.
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Do not overload wall outlets.
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When disconnecting the power cord, hold the plug, not the cord.
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Wash hands after handling the cables supplied with this product.
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The projector remote control uses batteries. Make sure the batteries’ polarity
(+/-) is aligned correctly. Dispose of used batteries in accordance with local
disposal laws.
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Use an InFocus approved ceiling mount kit for proper fitting, ventilation and
installation. The warranty does not cover any damage caused by use of nonapproved ceiling mount kits or by installing in an improper location.
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When the projector is ceiling mounted, wear protective eyewear to prevent eye
injury before opening lamp door.
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Follow these instructions to help ensure image quality and lamp life over the life of
the projector. Failure to follow these instructions may affect the warranty. For
complete details of the warranty, see the Warranty Booklet.
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IMPORTANT: Unpacking/Transport Notes for the IN5533 and IN5535
When unpacking your projector, remove the black Lens Protector Ring from around
the lens in order to allow full movement of the lens.
KEEP the Lens Protector Ring for future transport purposes. The Lens Protector
ring should be re-installed before transporting the projector to prevent damage to
the lens shift mechanism.
When preparing the projector for transport, the lens needs to be centered before the
Lens Protector Ring can be installed. To do this, access the Lens Shift>Auto Center
feature in the Basic Picture menu.
IMPORTANT: Unpacking/Shipping Notes for the IN5533L and IN5535L
When unpacking your projector, remove the clear Optical Engine Cover from the
lens area in order to install the optional lens.
KEEP the clear Optical Engine Cover for future shipping purposes. The optional
lens should be removed and the Optical Engine Cover replaced when the projector
is being shipped for repair and/or other purposes.
Whenever the optional lens is removed, replace the clear Optical Engine Cover in
order to minimize contamination from within the engine compartment.
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Introduction
Optional Accessories
Optional accessories include optional top covers in a variety of finishes, optional
lenses, the Commander-2 remote, ceiling mount, DisplayLink Extender,
DisplayLink Wireless Adapter, and LiteShow II. These items and other accessories
can be found on our website at www.infocus.com or at your local dealer.
Your new digital projector is simple to connect, easy to use, and straightforward to
maintain. It is a versatile projector that is flexible enough for business presentations
and home video viewing, too. The IN5533 and IN5533L have WXGA 1280x800
resolution and the IN5535 and IN5535L have native WUXGA 1920x1200
resolution. This guide applies to all four products. They are compatible with a wide
variety of computers and video devices.
Top rear cover
Top front cover
LiteTouch keypad and
Remote control receiver
Product Specifications
To read the latest specifications on your multimedia projector, be sure to visit our
support website at www.infocus.com/support, as specifications are subject to
change.
Online Registration
Register your projector on our website at www.infocus.com/register to activate
your warranty and receive product updates, announcements, and registration
incentives.
Included Items
Lens
Power cord connector
Projector
Remote Control
VGA Computer cable
Documentation
Power Cord
USB cable
Connector panel
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Remote control
receiver (IR)
Connector Panel
12V Screen Trigger output
The projector provides both computer and video connection options, including:
The 3.5mm mini-jack screen trigger provides a 12 volt, 0.25 amp DC output. It
turns on when the lamp is lighted. If you connect your projection screen to this
output using the cable that came with your screen, the screen will move down when
the lamp is turned on and the screen will return to its storage position, when the
lamp is turned off.
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VGA computer (2)
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HDMI (2)
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S-video
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Composite video
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Component video
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BNC RGBHV and YPbPr for RGBHV, EDTV and HDTV
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Separate audio inputs for video and computer
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USB DisplayLink connector, for computer audio/video input. This USB
connection also provides power out for the Wireless DisplayLink Projector
Adapter.
5V DC Output
RS-232
HDMI
Monitor out, to provide an image on your desktop computer as well as on the
projection screen.
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LAN port for network control and web server.
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LitePort, for connecting a USB flash drive containing JPEG images.
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Audio out, to provide sound for external speakers.
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5 volt DC output
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12V screen trigger output
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Wired remote jack
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RS-232 connector for serial control. Command control codes are in the
Appendix and on our support website at www.infocus.com/support.
VGA
Monitor out
Wired
remote
RGBHV
YPbPr
The projector also provides the following connectors:
•
12V Screen Trigger
Output
Audio in
Audio out
Composite
video
S-video
Cable cover
NOTE: Only VGA video is sent to the Monitor out connector.
5 volt DC output
The coaxial 6.4mm x 2.2mm jack provides a constant 5 volt, 2 amp DC output
when the projector is on, and will also provide power when the projector is in
standby (powered off) if Network and DisplayLink items in the Always-On
Functions submenu are set to Yes. It is designed to provide power to an InFocus
LiteShow
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device
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Component DisplayLink Liteport
video
connector
LAN
Security lock
Positioning the Projector
To determine where to position the projector, consider the size and shape of your
screen, the location of your power outlets, and the distance between the projector
and the rest of your equipment. Here are some general guidelines:
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Position the projector on a flat surface at a right angle to the screen. The
projector (with the standard lens) must be at least 3 feet (0.9m) from the
projection screen.
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Position the projector within 10 feet (3m) of your power source and within 6
feet (1.8m) of your video device (unless you purchase extension cables). To
ensure adequate cable access, do not place the projector within 6 inches (.15m)
of a wall or other object.
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Position the projector to the desired distance from the screen. The distance
from the lens of the projector to the screen, the zoom setting, and the video
format determine the size of the projected image.
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For the standard lens that comes with the projector, the image exits at a given
angle. However, the lens shift feature makes the image offset variable.
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The vertical image offset range for all the projectors is 50% - 110% (default
80%), and the horizontal image offset is +/-10% (default 0%). At 110% offset,
10% of the image height resides above the lens center in tabletop
configuration. At 50% offset, 50% of the image height resides above the lens
center in tabletop configuration.
Vertical Image Offset is 50 - 110%
110% offset
lens center
50% offset
Horizontal Image Offset is +/-10%
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Ceiling Mount
Cable Management
If you wish to install the projector on the ceiling:
The integrated cable management system allows you to keep the cables organized.
To use the cable management system, thread the cables into the slots as shown in
the illustration.
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The projector must be installed by a qualified professional in order to ensure
proper operation and reduce the risk of hazards or injury. It is not
recommended you install the projector yourself.
•
We strongly recommend using InFocus approved ceiling mounts for proper
fitting, ventilation and installation. Refer to the installation guide that comes
with the InFocus Ceiling Mount Kit (p/n SP-CEIL-INSTALL) for more
information. The warranty does not cover any damage caused by use of nonapproved ceiling mount kits or by installing in an improper location.
•
The ceiling must be strong enough to support the projector and the installation
must be in accordance with any local building codes. Consult your dealer for
more information.
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Maximum supported physical pitch is +/-8º.
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Maximum supported physical horizontal roll is +/-8º.
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Keep all adjacent surfaces 3” (76mm) from sides, front and rear and .87”
(22mm) from the bottom of projector to preserve required airflow around the
projector.
cable management system
Using the cable management
system provides you with a clean,
professional-looking installation.
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Connecting power
RGBHV connection
Connect one end of the BNC cable to the computer and the other end of the cable
into the BNC connectors on the projector.
Connect the black power cord to the Power connector on the rear of the projector
and to your electrical outlet. The Power light on the Status Indicator Panel (page 15)
turns amber.
NOTE: Always use the power cord that shipped with the projector.
Connect power cord
Connecting a computer source
DisplayLink
If you have a Windows or Macintosh computer, connect the USB cable between
your computer's USB port and the projector's DisplayLink connector*. Then to
begin installation of the DisplayLink software:
Connect USB cable
Windows: Follow the instructions on the screen.
Macintosh: A folder will open containing a file named DisplayLink Installer.pkg.
Open that file and follow the instructions on the screen.
MOLEX
MOLEX
* For detailed DisplayLink instructions and troubleshooting, and to download the
latest DisplayLink software, go to www.infocus.com/support/displaylink.
VGA connection
Connect computer cable
Connect one end of the provided computer cable to the VGA 1 or VGA 2 connector
on the projector and the other to the VGA connector on your computer. If you are
using a desktop computer, you will need to disconnect the monitor cable from the
computer’s video port first (you can connect this monitor cable to the Monitor Out
connector on the projector, see next page).
HDMI 1.3 connection
HDMI is a standard, uncompressed, all-digital audio/video interface. HDMI
provides an interface between sources, such as set-top boxes, DVD players, and
receivers and your projector. Plug an HDMI cable into the video out connector on
the video device and into either the HDMI 1 or HDMI 2 connector on the projector.
To take advantage of HDMI 1.3 Deep Color (30 bit) you must have a 1.3compatible source.
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Optional computer connections
Connect monitor cable
To get sound from the projector, connect an audio cable (optional cable, sold
separately) to your computer and to the Audio 1 (used with VGA 1) or Audio 2
(used with VGA 2) connector on the projector. You can also assign your source to a
different audio in connector, see page 24 and page 31. You may also need an
adapter.
If you are using a desktop computer and want to see the image on your computer
screen as well as on the projection screen, connect the computer’s monitor cable to
the Monitor Out connector on the projector.
Connect audio cable
NOTE: Only VGA video is sent to the Monitor out connector.
To display a presentation using a USB flash drive, see the Using LitePort section on
page 38. This feature converts presentations to JPEG images and eliminates the
need for a computer source. It can also be integrated with common wall plates and
conference room input/output panels.
To advance slides in a PowerPoint presentation using the remote control, plug the
USB cable between the projector’s DisplayLink connector and your computer. Then
press the up and down arrow buttons on the remote control to move through your
slides.
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Displaying an image
Press Power button
Touch the Power button on the keypad or the remote.
The Power button blinks green, a beep will sound and the fans start to run. When
the lamp turns on, the start up screen will display and the Power button will become
solid green. It can take a minute for the image to achieve full brightness.
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Turn on your computer or video device.
The image should appear on the projection screen. If it doesn’t, press the Source
button on the projector’s keypad or remote.
If you are using a VGA cable to connect your computer to the projector (instead of
DisplayLink):
If using a laptop, make sure its external video port is active.
Many laptops do not automatically turn on their external video port when a
projector is connected. Usually a key combination like Fn + F8 or CRT/LCD key
turns the external display on and off. Locate a function key labeled CRT/LCD or a
function key with a monitor symbol. Press Fn and the labeled function key
simultaneously.
Activate laptop’s external port
Monitor key or
LCD/CRT key
Refer to your laptop’s documentation for more information about your laptop’s key
combination or go to the InFocus website at:
Fn key
http://www.infocus.com/Support/LaptopActivation.aspx.
No laptop image? Try pressing the Auto Image button on the keypad or
remote. Get help on page 25.
Is your laptop connected to the projector's DisplayLink connector? See
the InFocus DisplayLink Software User's Guide (available on the InFocus
website at www.infocus.com/displaylink) for troubleshooting information.
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No start up screen? Get help on page 16.
Adjusting the image
Position the projector to the desired distance from the screen at a 90 degree angle to
the screen. See the Appendix for screen sizes and distances associated with the
various lens options.
Adjust distance
If the image is square but not centered on the screen or viewing area, adjust Zoom
or Focus in the Basic Picture menu. (You can also hold down the Select button for
10 seconds to turn the focus control on.) Then adjust Digital Horz Shift and Digital
Vert Shift until the image is centered. See page 28 for help with these menu
adjustments.
Adjust zoom, focus and
lens shift.
Adjust height
Rotate the elevator feet for granular adjustment of the projector’s height. Avoid
placing your hands near the hot exhaust vent at the back of the projector.
Release button
Adjust the Contrast or Brightness in the Basic Picture menu. See page 28 for help
with these menu adjustments.
Elevator foot
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Connecting a video device
HDMI 1.3 connection
You can connect video devices such as VCRs, DVD players, camcorders, digital
cameras, video game consoles, HDTV receivers, and TV tuners to the projector.
You can connect the audio directly to the projector to get sound from the built-in
speakers, or you can bypass the projector’s audio system and connect the audio
directly from your source to a stereo or home theater system.
To take advantage of HDMI 1.3 Deep Color (30 bit) you must have a 1.3compatible source.
HDMI is a standard, uncompressed, all-digital audio/video interface. HDMI
provides an interface between sources, such as set-top boxes, DVD players, and
receivers and your projector. Plug an HDMI cable into the video out connector on
the video device and into either the HDMI 1 or HDMI 2 connector on the projector.
You can connect the projector to most video devices that can output video. You
cannot directly connect the coaxial cable that enters your house from a cable or
satellite company; the signal must pass through a tuner first. Examples of tuners are
digital cable boxes, VCRs, digital video recorders, and satellite TV boxes.
Basically, any device that can change channels is considered a tuner.
S-video connection
Although the aspect ratio is automatically selected by the projector based on the
signal input, you can change the aspect ratio, if desired. The projector’s Aspect
Ratio setting is accessed through the Resize button on the remote or through the
projector’s Basic Picture Menu. See page 28 for more information.
Keep in mind that S-video delivers higher quality video output than composite.
If your video device uses a round, four-prong S-video connector, plug an S-video
cable into the S-video connector on your video device and into the S-video
connector on the projector. Use the audio cable as described above.
VGA connection
If your video device has a 15-pin VGA output, plug one end of the included
computer cable into the VGA connector on your video source. This connector may
be labeled “To Monitor” on the video source. Plug the computer cable into the VGA
1 or VGA 2 connector on the projector.
Video device connections
Component video connection
No video cables are provided with the projector. You can order cables from InFocus
or use your own.
Plug the component cable into the video device. Plug the other end of the
component cable into the Component connectors (or if using BNC connectors,
plug into the RGBHV or YPbPr connectors as appropriate).
Composite video connection
Plug the composite video cable’s yellow connector into the video out connector on
the video device. Plug the other yellow connector into the yellow Composite
connector on the projector.
In addition, a Component to VGA adapter can be used in conjunction with the VGA
connectors. Plug the component cable into the video device. Plug the other end of
the component cable into the adapter and plug the adapter into the VGA 1 or VGA
2 connector.
Plug the white connector of a Mini-plug audio Y-cable into the left audio out
connector on the video device and plug the red connector into the right audio out
connector on the video device. Plug the other end of the cable into the associated
audio in connector on the projector.
Component offers the highest quality analog video output.
Keep in mind that video output from composite connections is not as high quality as
S-video.
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What is Aspect Ratio?
4:3 screen
Aspect ratio is the ratio of the image width to image height. Standard TV screens
and older laptops are 4:3; HDTV and most DVDs are 16:9; and widescreen
computers are 16:10. If you are projecting onto a screen, the size/shape of the
screen will influence the aspect ratio you decide to use. If you are projecting onto a
blank wall, there are no screen size restrictions. What you plan to project will also
help you choose between 4:3, 16:9 or 16:10. Many TV shows are 4:3, while most
movies are 16:9.
16:9 screen
4:3
mode
If you have a 16:9 screen then you should select an aspect ratio of 16:9 for
widescreen movies or HDTV, and Native for 4:3 content. If you have a 4:3 screen
you should still use 16:9 for widescreen movies or HDTV, but you also have the
option of using either 4:3 (to fill the screen) or Native (for direct pixel mapping) for
4:3 content. Force Wide can also be enabled to automatically resize less common
aspect ratios to 16:10.
16:9
mode
Native
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Shutting down the projector
Troubleshooting your setup
Screen Save Time
The Status Indicator Panel on top of the projector indicates the state of the projector
and is helpful when troubleshooting.
You can make the black screen appear after a preset number of minutes by turning
on the Screen Save Time feature in the Setup menu. See page 30.
Auto Off Time
The projector has an Auto Off Time feature that automatically turns the projector
off if no active sources are detected and no user interaction with the projector is
performed for 30 minutes. By default, this feature is off. You can change the length
of time, see page 30.
Icon
Meaning
Turning off the projector
Power, solid amber
The projector is plugged in.
Power, blinking green
The power button has been pressed and the software is
initializing.
Power, solid green
The projector is on and initialized.
Power, blinking amber
The power button has been pressed to turn the projector off
and the fans are running to cool the projector.
Temperature
The projector is too hot. Make sure the vents aren’t blocked
(see page 21). Turn the projector off and wait one minute,
then turn the projector on again. Contact Technical Support if
the problem persists. Visit www.infocus.com/support to
contact service.
Lamp
Turn the projector off and wait one minute, then turn the
projector on again. If the lamp light turns on again, replace
the lamp and reset the lamp timer (page 43).
Table 1: Status indicator light behavior and meaning
To turn the projector off, press the Power button on the remote or keypad. The lamp
turns off, a beep sounds and the LED blinks amber for 10 seconds while the fans
continue to run to cool the lamp. When the lamp has cooled, the LED lights amber
and the fans stop. Unplug the power cable to completely power off the projector.
Note: One blink off every 2 seconds means the problem is
with lamp #1; two blinks off every 2 seconds means the
problem is with lamp #2.
Wrench/Service
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Turn the projector off and wait one minute, then turn the
projector on again. If the service lamp turns on again, service
is required. Visit www.infocus.com/support to contact
service.
Problem
Solution
Result
No start up screen.
Plug the power cord into the projector then
press the power button.
Correct image.
Startup
Screen
If your computer is using the projector's
DisplayLink connector, see the DisplayLink
Software User's Guide for troubleshooting
information.
Only the start up screen appears.
Computer image projected.
Press the Source button
to
activate the laptop’s external port.
B
Startup
Screen
B
Restart laptop
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Problem
Solution
Result
No computer image, just the words “Signal out of
range.”
Press the Auto Image button on the keypad or remote. To
adjust computer refresh rate, go to Control Panel > Display
> Settings > Advanced > Adapter (location varies by
operating system).
Computer image projected.
B
Signal out of
the range
You may also need to set a different resolution on your
computer, as shown in the following problem, “image fuzzy
or cropped.”
Only my laptop’s background appears, not the
Desktop icons.
DisplayLink - Use DisplayLink software to change the
display mode from Extended Desktop to Duplicated
Desktop.
Windows - Disable “Extend my Windows Desktop” in
Control Panel > Display > Settings > Display 2 (location
varies by operating system).
Background and Desktop projected.
B
B
Uncheck this
option, then
click Apply
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Problem
Solution
Result
Image fuzzy or cropped
Set your computer’s display resolution to the native
resolution of the projector (Start > Settings > Control
Panel > Display > Settings tab).
Image clear and not cropped.
A
A
A
For a laptop,
disable laptop
monitor or turnon dual-display
mode
Image not centered on screen.
Adjust Lens Shift in the Basic Picture menu.
Correct image.
B
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Problem
Solution
Result
Image not square.
Adjust Keystone in the Basic Picture menu.
Square image.
Image not sharp.
Adjust Sharpness in the Basic Picture menu.
Correct image.
Image does not fit 4:3 or 16:9 screen.
Change aspect ratio to 4:3 or 16:9 in Basic
Picture>Aspect Ratio menu.
Correct image.
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Problem
Image upside down.
A
Image reversed left to right.
Solution
Result
Turn off Ceiling Mount in Setup menu.
Correct image.
Turn off Rear Project in Setup menu.
Correct image.
Adjust color, tint, brightness, contrast in the Basic
Picture menu and/or color space in the Advanced
Picture menu.
Correct image.
A
Projected colors don’t match source.
COLOR
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Problem
Solution
Result
The video embedded in my PowerPoint
presentation does not play on the screen.
If your computer is using the projector's DisplayLink
connector, see the DisplayLink Software User's Guide
for video troubleshooting information.
Turn off the internal LCD display on your laptop.
Embedded video plays correctly.
B
B
B
Lamp won’t turn on, Temperature light is on.
Make sure vents aren’t blocked, turn the projector off
and allow it to cool for one minute.
B
Lamp turns on.
Temperature light
Startup
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Problem
Solution
“Replace lamp” message appears at startup, lamp
won’t turn on, Lamp light is turned on.
Lamp must be replaced (see page 42).
Lamp light
Result
Lamp door
Lamp turns on.
Replace lamp
Startup
Screen
Still need assistance?
If you need assistance, visit our support website at www.infocus.com/support or
call us. Check out the How To section for additional information on using this
projector for home theater or gaming applications.
This product is backed by a limited warranty. An extended warranty plan may be
purchased from your dealer. When sending the projector in for repair, we
recommend shipping the unit in its original packing material, or having a
professional packaging company pack the unit. Please insure your shipment for its
full value.
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Using the remote control
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Mute button to silence the audio.
The remote uses two (2) AA batteries. You can install the batteries by removing the
cover from the remote’s back, aligning the + and - ends of the batteries, sliding them
into place, and then replacing the cover.
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Auto Image button to resynchronize the projector to the source.
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Resize button to switch among aspect ratios (see page 28).
When disposing of the batteries, be sure to do so in an environmentally proper
manner.
Wired Remote Option
If the wireless range of the standard remote is not sufficient, an optional
Commander remote can be wired directly into the projector’s Wired Remote
connector.
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If the remote control gets wet, wipe it dry immediately.
Troubleshooting the remote
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Avoid excessive heat and humidity.
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Make sure the batteries are installed in the proper orientation and are not dead.
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Ensure the batteries’ polarity (+/-) is aligned correctly.
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Do not mix new and old batteries together, or different types of batteries
together.
Make sure you’re pointing the remote at the projector or the screen, not the
computer, and are within the remote range of 30’ (9m). For best results, point
the remote at the projector.
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Replace the batteries as soon as they run out.
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Remove batteries from the remote control when storing or not in use for a
prolonged period.
Caution:
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To operate, point the remote at the projector (not at the computer). The range of
optimum operation is about 30’ (9m).
Navigation
buttons
Press the remote’s Power button to turn the projector on and off (see page 15 for
shutdown information).
Press the remote’s Menu button to open the projector’s menu system. Use the arrow
buttons to navigate, and the Select button to select features and adjust values in the
menus. See page 27 for more information on the menus.
The remote also has:
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Source button to switch between sources.
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Volume buttons to adjust the sound.
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Custom button that can be assigned to a special function, like Blank Screen or
Freeze (see page 30).
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Help button to access the projector’s help feature (see page 33).
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Blank button to blank the screen.
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Presets button to select stored settings (see page 28).
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Using the audio
NOTE: DisplayLink and HDMI audio are passed to the Audio Out connector.
Using the projector’s speakers
Connect audio cable
When the computer is using the DisplayLink or HDMI connectors, both audio and
video are sent over the respective cable to the projector and audio will play from the
projector's speakers.
For inputs other than DisplayLink and HDMI, connect the audio source to the
associated audio connectors in order to use the projector's speakers.
To adjust the volume, press the Volume buttons on the remote.
Troubleshooting Audio
If you aren’t hearing the audio, check the following:
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If your computer is using the projector's DisplayLink connector, see the
InFocus DisplayLink Software User's Guide on the website at
www.infocus.com/displaylink for audio troubleshooting information.
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Make sure the audio cable is connected to the correct audio in connector,
Computer or Video.
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Make sure the volume is turned up enough. Press the Volume button on the
remote.
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Make sure you are connected to the corresponding audio in for your source. By
default, Audio 1 corresponds to VGA 1, Audio 2 corresponds to VGA 2 and
RGBHV/YPbPr, Audio 3 corresponds to Component, Audio 4 corresponds
to S-video, and Audio 5 corresponds to Composite. You can change these
assignments, see page 31.
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Make sure that you are connected to an audio out connector on the source as
opposed to a line in or microphone connector.
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Adjust the audio source.
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If playing a video, make sure the playback has not been paused.
Adjust volume
External speakers
with own power
source
Speaker
cable
Connecting external speakers
The projector can be attached to external amplified speakers by connecting a 3.5mm
stereo audio cable from the Audio Out connector on the projector to the amplified
speakers. Alternatively, you can bypass the projector’s audio system and connect
the audio directly from your source to a stereo or home theater system.
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Using the keypad buttons
Optimizing computer images
Most buttons are described in detail in other sections, but here is an overview of
their functions:
After the projector is running and the image is on the screen, you can optimize the
image using the onscreen menus. For general information on using the menus, see
page 27.
Power–turns the projector on and off (page 9).
Auto Image–resynchronize the projector to the source (page 30).
Presets–cycles through the available preset settings (page 28).
Menu–opens the onscreen menus (page 27).
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Adjust the Keystone, Contrast, or Brightness in the Basic Picture menu
(page 28).
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Change the Aspect Ratio. Choose the option that best fits your input source
(page 28).
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Adjust the Color Temperature in the Advanced Picture menu (page 29).
Select–confirms choices made in the menus (page 27).
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Up/Down/Left/Right arrows–navigates to and adjusts settings in the menus
(page 27).
Adjust the Phase, Tracking, or Horizontal or Vertical position in the Advanced
Picture menu (page 29).
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Once you have optimized the image for a particular source, you can save the
settings using Presets. This allows you to quickly recall these settings later
(page 28).
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If your computer is using the projector's DisplayLink connector, see the
InFocus DisplayLink Software User's Guide for information about optimizing
images.
Source–changes the active source (page 9).
Help–button to access the projector’s help feature (page 33)
Presentation features
Several features are provided to make giving presentations easier. Here is an
overview, details are found in the menu section.
Menu navigation
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The Custom key allows you to assign various features to the button. The
default effect is Source Info, which displays information about the projector
and current source. See page 30 for details.
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The Search Screen option lets you change the appearance of the blank screen
and start up screen (page 31).
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Two options, Auto Off and Screen Save Time, are provided to automatically
shut down the projector after several minutes of inactivity or display a black
screen. This helps preserve lamp life (page 30).
Optimizing video images
Dynamic Messaging
After your video device is connected properly and the image is on the screen, you
can optimize the image using the onscreen menus. For general information on using
the menus, see page 27.
Using command codes, text messages can be sent for display by the projector (and
all other InFocus projectors with the Dynamic Messaging feature) over a network or
serial connection. Text is shown on top of whatever else is being displayed, and can
be shown in ticker tape format or in a box, with optional beep tone alert. This is a
great way to display urgent alert messages to employees, and simply requires a
connection to the projector’s RS-232 serial control or LAN connector. Command
codes for executing Dynamic Messaging are in the Appendix and available on our
website at www.infocus.com/support.
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Adjust the Keystone, Contrast, Brightness, Color, Tint or Sharpness in the
Basic Picture menu (page 28).
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Change the Aspect Ratio. Choose the option that best fits your input source
(page 28).
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Adjust the Color Temperature. Select a listed warmth value (page 29).
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Turn on Overscan to remove noise on the edges of the image (page 29).
Customizing the projector
You can customize the projector for your specific setup and needs. See page 30 to
page 31 for details on these features.
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For rear projection, turn Rear Project on in the Setup menu.
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For ceiling mounted projection, turn Ceiling Mount on in the Setup menu.
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Specify which source the projector checks first for active video during
power-up.
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Specify the function of the Custom key on the remote.
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Turn the projector’s display messages on and off.
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Turn on power saving features.
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Specify appearance of blank screen and startup screen.
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Specify the language viewed on the menus.
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Using the menus
To open the menus, press the Menu button on the keypad or remote. (The menus
automatically close after 60 seconds if no buttons are pressed.) Use the arrow
buttons to move up and down to highlight the desired menu, then press the Select
button.
To change a menu setting, highlight it, press Select, then use the arrow buttons to
adjust the value or select an option or turn the feature on or off. Press Select to
confirm your changes. Use the arrow buttons to navigate to another setting. When
your adjustments are complete, press Menu to access a different menu; press the
Menu button at any time to navigate to the higher-level menu and ultimately close
the menus.
Basic Picture menu
Advanced Picture menu
Setup menu
Status and Service menu
The menus are grouped by usage:
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The Basic Picture menu provides common image adjustments.
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The Advanced Picture menu provides more complex image adjustments.
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The Setup menu provides set-up type adjustments that are not changed often.
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The Status and Service menu provides information about the projector and
source.
Menu navigation
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Basic Picture menu
Digital Zoom: Changes the size of projector’s display area. If the display area has
been resized by this setting, it can be moved by changing the Horz Shift and Vert
Shift settings.
To adjust the following settings, highlight the setting, press Select, use the arrow
buttons to adjust the values, then press Select to confirm the changes.
Lens Shift...: Shifts the lens to the up and down or left and right. To center the lens
for transport or other purposes, activate the ‘Auto Center’ feature. This process will
take a minute or two to complete.
Brightness: Changes the intensity of the image.
Contrast: Controls the degree of difference between the lightest and darkest parts
of the picture and changes the amount of black and white in the image.
Digital Horz Shift/Vert Shift: Moves the display area horizontally or vertically if
its size has been changed by the Digital Zoom setting.
Sharpness: Changes the clarity of the edges of a video image. Select a sharpness
setting.
Color: Adjusts a video image from black and white to fully saturated color. The
color setting applies to video sources only.
Tint: Adjusts the red-green color balance in the image of NTSC video images. The
tint setting applies to NTSC video sources only.
SplitScreen: Allows two distinct sources to be displayed simultaneously. Switch
primary sources, make picture adjustments and choose one of multiple display
options: either two side by side horizontal or vertical source regions, or a small
secondary source image displayed on top of the primary source in one of four
placement options. See page 52 for display options.
Basic Picture menu
Auto Image: Forces the projector to reacquire and lock to the input signal. This is
useful when signal quality is marginal.
Aspect Ratio: Aspect ratio is the ratio of the image width to image height. TV
screens are usually 4:3. HDTV and most DVDs are 16:9.
Select Auto to have the projector choose the ratio. Choose Native to see the
unmodified input with no resizing by the projector. Select 16:9 to watch enhanced
widescreen DVDs.
Aspect ratio
For more information regarding Aspect Ratio, see page 14.
Apply Preset...: Presets are provided that optimize the projector for displaying
computer presentations and video images under certain conditions.
There is also a user-definable preset. To set this preset, adjust the image and select
Save User in the Presets menu. You can recall these settings in the future by
selecting the User preset.
Increasing keystone
Horz Keystone/Vert Keystone: Adjusts the image horizontally or vertically and
makes a squarer image.
Focus and Zoom: Adjusts the focus and zooms the image in or out.
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Decreasing keystone
Advanced Picture menu
Color Offset Settings: Adjusts the offset of the red, green, or blue channel of the
image.
BrilliantColor™: Produces an expanded onscreen color spectrum that delivers
enhanced color saturation for bright, true-to-life images. Choose Normal Look for
most video sources and Bright Look for most computer sources.
Horizontal/Vertical Position: Adjusts the position of a computer source.
Horizontal/Vertical Pincushion: Corrects optical pincushion distortion.
White Peaking: (video sources only) Increases the brightness of whites that are
near 100%.
Color Temperature: Changes the intensity of the colors. Select a listed relative
warmth value.
Force Wide: When this is off, the analog locking algorithms choose the standard
mode resolution (4:3) as the preferred default resolution. When this is on, the
analog locking algorithms choose wide mode resolution (16:10) as the preferred
default resolution.
Overscan: Removes noise around the video image.
Advanced Picture menu
Phase: Adjusts the horizontal phase of a computer source.
Sync Threshold: (progressive signals only) If a hardware device, such as a DVD
player, is not syncing properly with the projector, select this option to help it to sync
when connected to the projector.
Tracking: Adjusts the vertical scan of a computer source.
Color Space: This option applies to computer and component video sources. It
allows you to select a color space that has been specifically tuned for the input
signal. When Auto is selected, the projector automatically determines the standard.
To choose a different setting, turn off Auto, then choose RGB for computer sources
or choose either REC709 or REC601 for component video sources.
Noise Reduction: Reduces temporal and/or spatial noise in the image.
Flesh Tone Correction: Controls the amount of flesh tone correction applied to the
image.
Set Black Level...: Analyzes the current input image and calculates an offset value
which is then added to the analog to digital converter black level value. This
ensures optimum black level for each analog source.
Detect Film: Controls film mode detection, and determines whether the original
source of the input video was film or video.
Gamma: Select the appropriate gamma from among Video, Film, Bright, and CRT.
Color Gain Settings: Adjusts the gain of the red, green, or blue channel of the
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Overscan: Removes noise around the image.
Language: Allows you to select a language for the onscreen display.
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AV Mute: Enables or disables AV Mute function.
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Closed Captions: Enables or disables Closed Captions.
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SplitScreen: Enables or disables SplitScreen. Before using this for the first
time, configure SplitScreen sources and layouts using the SplitScreen menu
(page 28).
Network: Allows you to setup network settings. See page 34 for details on network
configuration and operation.
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DHCP: Turns the DHCP on or off.
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IP Address: Assign Network IP Address.
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Subnet Mask: Assign Network Subnet Mask.
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Default Gateway: Assign Network Default Gateway.
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WINS Host Name Lookup: Turns WINS Host Name Lookup on or off.
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Host Name: Displays the host name.
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MAC Address: Displays network MAC Address value.
Source Keys: Enables or disables Source Keys on the optional
Commander-2 remote.
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Show Network Messages: Turns network messages on or off. Network
messages display the projector’s IP address (and host name if enabled) when
the projector is also displaying source messages.
AC Power On: When this feature is on, the projector automatically turns on when
electrical power is connected. This allows control of ceiling mounted projectors
with a wall power switch.
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Restart Network…: Restarts the network.
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Network Factory Reset…: Performs factory reset.
Auto Off Time: Automatically turns the projector off after no signals are detected
for a preset number of minutes. If an active signal is received before the projector
powers down, the image will be displayed.
Blank Key: Select what to display when the blank key on the remote is pressed:
your custom snapshot, a solid color screen (blue, black or white), the factory logo
screen, a timer, or test patterns. The timer option is useful for classroom tests or
break times during meetings.
Key Click: Turns the key click sound on or off. When this setting is on, pressing
keys on the keypad causes the projector’s speaker to play a “click” sound.
Screen Save Time: Automatically blanks the screen with a black color after no
signals are detected for a preset number of minutes. The image returns when an
active source is detected or a remote or keypad button is pressed.
Custom Key: Allows you to assign a different function to the Custom button,
allowing you to quickly and easily use the effect. Highlight an effect and press
Select to choose a different one.
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Blank Screen: Displays an empty screen.
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Mute: Turns off all sound.
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Aspect Ratio: Sets the ratio of image width to image height (see page 14 and
page 28).
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Source: Cycles through available sources.
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Auto Image: Resynchronizes the projector to the source (page 25).
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Freeze Screen: Pauses the projected image.
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Source Info: The default action. Shows the Source Info menu.
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Projector Info:
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Sleep Timer: Allows the projector to automatically power off after it has been on
for a specified amount of time.
Always-On Functions: Allows you to control which projector functions will work
even when the projector is in standby (powered off but connected to AC Power).
Press Up or Down to highlight the function you want to change, then press select or
left and right to change the function to either Yes or No. Press menu when done.
Note that some functions must always have the same value; in this case when you
change one value, other values in the submenu may also change automatically.
Functions which can be changed include: Network, DisplayLink, 5V DC output,
Monitor Out.
Lamp Low Power: Toggles between on and off. Turn it on to lower the light output
of the lamp. This also lowers the fan speed, making the projector quieter.
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Current Lamp: Controls which lamp(s) is in use.
Search Screen: Allows you to display one of the following options instead of the
default screen at startup, and when no source is detected. Options include the
factory logo screen, a custom Snapshot, or a blue, black or white screen.
Lamp Auto Switch: Controls when the projector switches between lamps. Choices
include: upon failure, at power-up, or after a set number of hours.
Take Snapshot...: Captures the current image and allows it to be used as the search
screen image.
Power Sounds: Controls whether the projector makes a sound when powered on
and off.
Disable Snapshot: Allows the user to disable the snapshot capability.
Internal Speakers: Allows the user to turn on and off the internal speakers.
Show Messages: Displays status messages (such as “Searching”) in the lower-left
corner of the screen.
Audio Inputs: Assign an audio input to a specific video/computer source input.
(Default settings are as follows: Audio 1 is used with VGA 1; Audio 2 is used with
VGA 2 and RGBHV/YPbPr; Audio 3 is used with Component; Audio 4 is used
with S-video; Audio 5 is used with composite.)
Menu Offset: Allows you to change the position of the On Screen Display items.
Menu Transparency: Allows you to change how much of the projected image
behind the menu you can see. As the value increases, more of the image behind the
menu is visible.
Press up or down to highlight the source you want to change, then press select or the
left and right arrow keys to change that source’s audio input. Press menu when done
changing audio inputs.
Magnify Controls: Allows you to change the function of the arrow buttons when
the menu is not shown. By default, the arrow buttons allow you to advance slides
while in PowerPoint’s SlideShow mode. To make the arrow buttons also adjust
magnify settings, choose Magnify Controls to turn magnify controls on. Now when
the menu is not shown, you can press the Select button to switch between the
magnification settings (Magnify Level, Magnify Horizontal Position and Magnify
Vertical Position), then press Select again to turn off magnify controls and use the
arrow buttons to advance slides.
Auto Source: When this feature is On, the projector automatically finds the active
source, checking the selected Power-up Source first. When this feature is Off, the
projector defaults to the source selected in Power-up Source. To display another
source, you must manually select one by pressing the Source button on the remote
or keypad.
Power-up Source: Determines which source the projector checks first for active
video during power-up.
Fast Color Refresh: Controls color wheel speed.
Lens Adjust Enable: When turned on, lens shift, zoom, focus, digital keystone,
auto keystone and pincushion adjustments can be made. When the product has been
mounted, installers can turn this feature off to prevent changes to lens shift, zoom,
focus, keystone and pincushion settings.
Closed Captions: Controls closed caption display while audio is not muted. If this
setting is not off, and audio is not muted, and the source is NTSC and contains
captions on the selected channel, then the projector must display caption text
overlaid on the image.
Keypad Enable: Enables or disables keypad.
Ceiling Mount: Turns the image upside down for ceiling-mounted projection.
Glow Ring: Controls the brightness level of the glow ring status indicator.
Rear Project: Reverses the image so you can project from behind a translucent
screen.
Auto Keystone: Automatically adjusts vertical keystoning.
Prevent PC Screen Saver: Prevents your computer from going into Screen Save
mode. The projector must be connected to the PC via a USB cable for this feature to
work.
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PIN Protect: The PIN (personal identification number) feature allows you to
password protect your projector. Once you enable the PIN feature, you must enter
the PIN before you can project an image. The default PIN on this projector is
Menu-Up-Down-Select-Source. Use the navigation buttons on the remote or
keypad to enter the correct 5-button press sequence. When all 5 numbers are entered
correctly, press the Select button on the remote or keypad to select OK. If the
message “Wrong PIN” appears, verify the code and re-enter it. If you mis-enter a
Status and Service menu
number, you must enter 5 numbers and press the Select button in order to access the
“Wrong PIN” message and re-enter the code.
Source Info: Displays current source settings (read-only).
To enter the PIN at projector startup:
Projector Info: Displays current projector settings (read-only).
Power up the projector. The “Enter PIN” dialog box appears after the startup screen.
Enter the PIN. Use the navigation buttons on the remote or keypad to enter the
correct button press sequence. See the description above for instructions.
Reset Lamp Hours: Resets the lamp hours used counter in the Projector Info menu
to zero. Do this only after changing the lamp.
Factory Reset: Restores all settings to their default.
To change the PIN:
Service Code: Only used by authorized service personnel.
Select “Change PIN...” in the Setup menu. Enter the existing PIN. Enter the new
PIN. You can navigate between OK and Cancel by pressing the arrow buttons on
the keypad. Select OK or Cancel by pressing the Select button. Verify the new PIN.
If you lose or forget your custom PIN:
Contact InFocus support at www.infocus.com/support.
Serial Port, Baud Rate: Selects the serial port and baud rate.
Serial Port Echo: Controls whether the serial port echoes characters.
Status and Service menu
Setup menu
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Help
Press Help (on the keypad or remote) at any time to get interactive help for solving
common, picture, sound, and cabling problems.
NOTE: The projector can be re-programmed to display a custom (non-interactive)
screen when Help is pressed. To do this: Create your custom screen on a computer
and display it on the projector, then use the Take Snapshot command in the Setup
menu. When you see the Snapshot Successful message, hold down the Help button
until the message is removed.
To revert a customized Help screen back to the InFocus default Help screen, a
Factory Reset will be needed.
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Using Network Functions
NOTE: If you still don’t see an IP address, go to the projector’s Setup menu, select
Network, then turn on Show Network Messages. After exiting the menu press the
Source button again..
IMPORTANT: To enable network functions at all times (even when the projector
is powered off), the Network item in the Always-On Functions submenu in the
Setup menu must be set to Yes (not No).
3 Select IP Address. This will highlight the first of the four octets in the IP
address. Press Up or Down to change the value, then press Select or Right
when done to move to the next octet. Repeat until you have changed all four
octets in the IP address.
Projector network functions include:
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Configuring and controlling the projector via a web browser.
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Failure and warning alerts via email.
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Projector Management via SNMP.
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Controlling the projector via Scheduling.
4 Repeat the above for Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, and other settings that are
in IP address format (to assign or change the Host Name, see Network Settings
Page below).
Configuring and Controlling the Projector via a Web Browser
NOTE: Projector web pages and emails sent by the projector are always displayed
in English language.
You can adjust or control the projector via a network from a web browser on a
computer that is connected to the same network as the projector.
For network control, you can access the projector through Port 23 (Telnet). We use
the same control codes on serial as we do over the network. InFocus network
control uses the Telnet packet structure.
NOTES:
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To access the projector’s web pages, the projector must be connected to the
network and connected to AC power (and if you want to access the web pages
even when the projector is powered off, make sure that the Network item in the
Always-On Functions submenu is set to Yes).
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JavaScript must be enabled in your browser to use the projector web pages
properly. If JavaScript is disabled, see the Help files for your web browser for
details on how to enable it.
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If no operations are performed in the web browser for approximately ten
minutes, the system will automatically log you off.
Before using the network functions
To use the network functions of the projector, the projector must be configured to
suit your network. Consult with your network administrator before connecting the
projector to your network; incorrect network configuration of the projector may
cause problems on your network.
Connect the Network Cable
Properly connect projector to the network, then configure the following settings.
If Using a Network with DHCP Enabled:
Logging in
1 Use the projector's remote control or keypad to select the Network item in the
To log into the projector web pages, follow these steps:
projector's Setup menu.
1 Make sure the projector is connected to the network and connected to AC
2 If DHCP is off, select it to turn it on.
power.
2 If you don't know the projector's IP address,
If Using a Network that does not have DHCP Enabled:
turn on the projector. After the projector starts
up, if its IP address is not shown, press the
Source button to view the IP address.
1 Use the projector's remote control or keypad to select the Network item in the
projector's Setup menu.
2 If DHCP is on, select it to turn it off
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3 Start a web browser on your computer.
4 Enter the projector's IP address or host name (preceded by http://) into the web
browser's address bar. Example: If the IP address is 192.168.1.10, enter http://
192.168.1.10 into the browser's address bar.
5 The Log In to Projector Control page will be shown in the browser.
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To change a multi-value setting (e.g. Sharpness): Select a value from the
drop-down menu.
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To change a numeric setting (e.g. Brightness): Click the corresponding + or button, or select a value from the drop-down menu.
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To perform a command (e.g. Auto Image): Click the corresponding Execute
button.
Network Settings Page (administrators only)
6 Select Access type: Basic User or Administrator.
This page lets you view and change the projector's network settings. Consult with
your network administrator before making any changes on this page; incorrect
network configuration of the projector may cause problems on your network.
7 Click Log In.
Navigating Projector Web Pages
The left side of every page shows a navigation bar. Click the links in the navigation
bar to go to different projector web pages.
Projector Name: The name of the projector shown in the projector's web pages.
NOTE: If a Basic User is logged in, no links are shown.
IP Address: These settings control the projector's network configuration. Enter the
appropriate settings required for your specific network.
The top of the navigation bar shows the projector name, model, and serial number.
Advanced Network Settings: Click this link to show advanced settings:
The web pages also include the following options:
802.1x Authentication: If your network requires 802.1x authentication, enter the
user name and password that the projector should use, and select the authentication
type.
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Log Off: Logs off and returns to the Log In page (see above).
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Refresh: Reloads the page with current status.
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Defaults: Displays default (factory settings) values (to save these values click
Apply).
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Apply: Saves the values that are currently shown on the page.
SNMP: If your network uses SNMP, enter necessary SNMP information here.
Command and Control Pass-Through: This setting allows you to send and
receive projector commands over the network. For command codes, see the
Appendix or visit the InFocus website at: www.infocus.com/support.
Projector Controls Page (All users)
This page lets you control the same settings that are available via the projector's
main menu and remote control. The Controls tab includes basic remote control
functions; other tabs correspond to the projector's menus.
NOTE: If a Basic User is logged in, only the Controls, Basic Picture, and
Advanced Picture tabs are shown.
In each tab, the current value of each setting is shown in blue color.
NOTE: Unlike other pages, changes you make to Projector Control settings are
applied immediately.
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To change an on/off setting (e.g. Power): Click the corresponding On or Off
button.
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Event Notifications Page (administrators only)
Automatically adjust…: Check this to have the projector automatically update
time and date when daylight savings starts and ends.
This page lets you configure the projector to automatically send email when
specific events occur.
Scheduled Tasks Page (administrators only)
E-Mail Settings tab: In the Account Used… section, enter the information needed
for your projector to connect to an email sending (SMTP) server. Then in the
Recipient E-Mail Addresses section, enter the email addresses of people who will
receive emails, and for each address, select whether that address receives reminders
and/or warnings and errors (enter only one address per line). After you have
completed this page, click Send Test to make sure that email is correctly set up.
This page lets you configure the projector to perform tasks automatically on
specific days and times. You can set up a maximum of three different scheduled
tasks; each tab corresponds to a task. Each scheduled task can perform different
commands on different days and times. Each tab contains the following items:
Reminders tab: Select which types of reminders to send. For most reminders, you
can adjust the frequency or date/duration associated with the reminder.
Description: Explanation of what the task does.
On/Off: Select whether or not this scheduled task will run on the days and times
shown.
Run Every: Select the days of the week when the scheduled task should run.
Warnings & Errors tab: Select which warnings and errors to send.
At Time(s): Select the times of day when the scheduled task should run (the task
will run at the indicated times on every one of the days checked above).
Date/Time Settings Page (administrators only)
This page lets you configure the projector to read the time and date from an SNTP
server on your network. NOTE: The projector does not have a built-in clock. If the
projector is unable to access the SNTP server, or no SNTP server is defined,
functions that rely on the time and date may not work correctly.
Command Sequence and Available Commands: The Command Sequence list on
the left shows commands currently performed by the scheduled task (each task can
include up to 20 commands). The Available Commands list on the right shows all
commands that can be added to a scheduled task.
Current Date and Time: Shows the current date and time read from the SNTP
server.
<< Add: Adds the command selected in the Available Commands list to the
Command Sequence list.
Synchronize the system clock…: Select how often the projector should check the
SNTP server to get the time and date. Between checks, the projector will keep track
of the amount of time elapsed, allowing it to maintain the correct time and date.
>> Remove: Removes the command selected in the Command Sequence list.
Move Up: Moves up the command selected in the Command Sequence list.
SNTP Server: The address of the time and date server on your network.
Move Down: Moves down the command selected in the Command Sequence box
list.
Time Zone: The projector's time zone (if you are in a different time zone from the
projector, make sure this is the time zone of the region where the projector is
located).
Clear All: Erases all commands in the Command Sequence list.
Custom: Click this link to show custom command entry options. With custom
commands, you can perform additional commands not shown in the Available
Commands list. The RS-232 command codes are available in the Appendix and on
our website at www.infocus.com/support. NOTE: Custom commands you enter
here should be in write format (do not include '?'), and should use '<' and '>' instead
of '(' and ')'. Example: to turn on the ceiling mount setting, use the custom command
<CEL1>.
Set Now: Click this to immediately set the time and date based on the above
information.
Daylight Savings Settings: Click this link to show daylight savings settings:
Start: Select when daylight savings starts.
End: Select when daylight savings ends.
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User Access and Security Page (administrators only)
This page lets you configure security options for the projector, including log in
passwords and projector access restrictions.
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If your web browser displays Page Not Found or a similar error when you try
to access the projector's web pages, verify that the
projector is connected to the network (select the Network item in the
projector's Setup menu and verify that Network Status shows as
Connected); if there is no connection refer to the troubleshooting item above
for more help.
•
Make sure the Network item in the Always-On Functions submenu in the
Setup menu is set to Yes (if it is set to No, the projector web pages will only be
available when the projector is powered on).
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If scheduled tasks are not performed, check if the SNTP is set up
correctly and is online. Also check if the Command sequence is correct.
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If automatic emails are not sent, check if SMTP is set up correctly and is
online.
Web Access - Administrator tab: Select whether or not Administrators must enter
a password to log into the projector's web pages. If a password is required, click
create or change password to update the administrator password.
Web Access - Basic User tab: Select whether or not Basic Users must enter a
password to log into the projector's web pages. If a password is required, click
create or change password to update the basic user password.
Projector PIN tab: Allows you to turn projector PIN protection on or off, or
change the PIN. When PIN protection is on, the current PIN must be entered when
the projector is powered on, otherwise the projector will not operate. NOTE: PIN
protection only applies to projector operation via the projector's keypad and remote
control; it does not affect the projector's web pages.
To manually restart the projector network subsystem: Use the projector's
remote control or keypad to select the Network item in the projector's Setup menu.
Then scroll down and select either Restart Network (to restart the network
subsystem without changing any settings), or Network Factory Reset (to return all
network settings back to default values, and then restart the network subsystem). If
the manual restart procedure does not work: To force the network subsystem to
restart, disconnect the projector from AC power, wait 10 seconds, then reconnect
AC power.
System Log Page (administrators only)
This page shows a log of the 100 most recent projector events.
Erase Log…: Click this to erase all events in the log.
Network Utilities Page (administrators only)
This page lets you perform various network-related projector tasks.
Save and Load Projector Configuration: These functions save and load all
network-related projector settings into/from a file stored on your computer. This lets
you quickly 'clone' network settings from one projector to other projectors.
Upgrade Projector Network Firmware: Upgrades the firmware for the projector's
network and LitePort features (this firmware is separate from the regular projector
firmware).
Restart Projector Network Subsystem: Restarts the projector network subsystem;
does not change any projector settings.
Network Subsystem Factory Reset: Returns all network and LitePort settings to
default values and then restarts the projector network subsystem.
Troubleshooting Network Functions
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Using LitePort
To start the slide show: While viewing thumbnails, press the arrow buttons to
highlight a thumbnail, then press the Select button to start the slide show at the
highlighted image.
LitePort displays a slide show of JPEG images stored on a USB flash drive
connected to the projector. This can eliminate the need for a computer source.
To change the image during the slide show: Press the Down or Right button to go
to the next image, or press the Up or Left arrow button to go to the previous image
(the slide show may also advance automatically depending on the value of the Next
Slide setting; see the LitePort Menu section below for details).
Image File Types
LitePort displays image files in JPEG format only (file extensions .JPEG and .JPG).
Other file types including PDF, BMP, TIFF, PNG, GIF, etc. are ignored.
To change to a different folder: While viewing thumbnails, press the arrow
buttons to highlight the desired folder icon, then press the Select button (to go to the
higher-level folder, select the folder icon labeled "Up").
Viewing a Slide Show
To view your pictures as a slide show, follow these steps:
1 Connect a USB flash drive to your computer and copy JPEG files from your
To change LitePort settings: Press the Menu button during the slide show, or
while viewing thumbnails (see the LitePort Menu section below for details).
computer to the USB flash drive.
2 Turn on your projector if needed.
Using the LitePort Menu
To show the LitePort menu, press the Menu button on the keypad or remote during
the slide show, or while viewing thumbnails. To highlight a menu item, press arrow
buttons. Then to do the action or change the setting, press Select. To remove the
menu, press the Menu button again.
3 Remove the USB flash drive from your computer and plug it into the LitePort
connector on the rear of the projector.
4 The projector will start a slide show of the images found (if you see image
thumbnails instead, see To Start the Slide Show section below).
Rotate Picture: Rotates the current image by 90 degrees clockwise (rotation is
temporary; the image returns to its original orientation when the USB flash drive is
removed from the projector or when the projector is turned off).
5 To go to the next image in the slide show, press the Down or Right arrow button
on the projector keypad or remote. To go to the previous image, press the Up or
Left arrow button.
Stop/Start Slideshow: Stops the slide show, or starts it at the selected thumbnail
(when the menu is not visible, you can also stop or start the slide show by pressing
the Select button).
Controlling LitePort
When you plug a USB flash drive into the projector's LitePort connector, the
projector will scan the drive and then either start a slide show or show image
thumbnails.
Go to Projector Main Menu: Removes the LitePort menu and displays the
projector's main menu, where you can adjust the picture or change other projector
settings.
To stop the slide show and view thumbnails: Press the Select button during the
slide show. In Thumbnails view, the name of the current folder, the current image
number, and the total number of images in that folder are shown at the bottom of the
screen. While viewing thumbnails, press the arrow buttons to scroll through the
thumbnails, or press Select when an image is highlighted to start the slide show, or
press Select when a folder is highlighted to open that folder.
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(For remaining items below, highlight the setting, then press Select one or more
times to change the setting value.)
4 Click the Office button in the upper left corner of the PowerPoint document
Auto Start: Select On to have the player start the slide show when the USB flash
drive is first connected. Select Off to have the player display thumbnails when the
USB flash drive is first connected.
5 Point to Save As, then click Other Formats.
window.
6 In the Save As dialog box, click the Save as type drop-down menu. Scroll
through the menu and select JPEG File Interchange Format.
Show All Folders: Select On to have the slide show display all images in all
folders. Select Off to have the slide show display images only from the current
folder.
7 Make sure the contents of your USB flash drive are visible in the Save As dialog box before you continue - to view your USB flash drive in the Save As dialog box, first click My Computer, then double-click the USB flash drive's icon
(make sure you do both of these in the Save As dialog box, not on your computer's desktop).
Fill Screen: Select On to have the slide show expand small images to fill the screen.
Select Off to have the slide show display small images at their original size.
Next Slide: Select Manual to disable automatic slide advance in the slide show.
Select other values to make the slide show advance to the next image automatically
(regardless of this setting, manual advance is always available by pressing the arrow
buttons).
8 Click Save. PowerPoint will ask if you want to export every slide or only the
Effect: Select Off to have no transition effect when changing between images
during the slideshow. Select Random to use a different random effect for each
transition. Select other values to use a specific effect.
9 Remove the USB flash drive from your computer and plug it into the
current slide; click Every Slide. PowerPoint will save each slide in your presentation as a separate JPEG file. These files are saved in a new folder that has the
same name as the original document.
projector's LitePort connector.
Show Info: Select On to show the name of the current file and folder, the current
image number, and the total number of images in the slide show at the bottom of the
screen. Select Off to hide this information.
10 On the projector, navigate to the folder created in step 8 and then start the slide
show (for instructions on navigating and controlling the slide show, see the
Controlling LitePort section above).
Displaying PowerPoint Slides
NOTE: PowerPoint embedded videos, transition effects, and animations are not
included when saving as JPEG. However, you can select a LitePort slideshow
transition effect by changing the Effect in the LitePort menu.
Follow the steps below to display PowerPoint slides using LitePort (these
instructions apply to PowerPoint 2007 in Windows; for other presentation programs
refer to the program's instructions or help file for the steps needed to save a
presentation as separate JPEG files):
1 Connect the USB flash drive to your computer.
2 Open your PowerPoint document.
3 This step is optional but improves image quality: Click the Design tab near the
top of the PowerPoint document window, then click Page Setup. Click the
Slides sized for drop-down menu and select Custom. Change both Width and
Height to double their previous values, then click OK.
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Troubleshooting LitePort
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If images load slowly: Make sure you are using a newer USB 2.0compatible (high speed) USB flash drive. Larger image file sizes may also
slow down the player; to reduce file size, use an image editing program on
your computer to resize images smaller; for the best balance between image
quality and speed, resize images to be 1024 pixels wide.
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If no images are found, or some images are not shown, or you only see folder
thumbnails but no images: Make sure that images are JPEG file type (file
extensions .JPEG and .JPG); other file types are not supported and will be
ignored.
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If you see a blank screen, or a logo, or the wrong input source (computer,
video, etc.) instead of your images: Keep pressing the Source button on the
keypad or remote until the LitePort message is displayed (if you still don't see
any images, make sure the USB flash drive is correctly and completely
plugged into the projector's LitePort connector).
•
If nothing happens when you connect your USB flash drive, and you cannot
select the LitePort input source as described above: Check the format of your
USB storage device. LitePort only supports USB storage devices formatted as
FAT32. Devices formatted as NTFS, and non-storage devices (such as
cameras) are not supported.
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If images saved by PowerPoint are low quality: Make sure to do step 3 when
following the steps in the Displaying PowerPoint Slides section above.
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Maintenance
Cleaning the lens
1 Turn the projector off and unplug the power cord.
2 Apply a non-abrasive camera lens cleaner to a soft, dry cloth.
• Avoid using an excessive amount of cleaner, and don’t apply the cleaner
directly to the lens. Abrasive cleaners, solvents or other harsh chemicals
might scratch the lens.
3 Lightly wipe the cleaning cloth over the lens in a circular motion.
WARNINGS:
•
Turn the projector off and unplug power cord before cleaning any part of the
projector.
•
Do not open any cover on the projector, except the lamp cover or projector top
cover.
•
Do not attempt to service this product yourself as opening and removing
covers may expose you to dangerous voltage and other hazards. Refer all
servicing to qualified service personnel.
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Replacing the projection lamp
The lamp hours timer in the Projector Info menu counts the number of hours the
lamp has been in use. Twenty hours before the lamp life expires, the message
“Replace lamp” appears on the screen at startup.
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1 Turn the projector off and unplug the power cord.
NOTE: Be sure to use the InFocus lamp module designed for this projector.
You can order new lamps from www.infocus.com (in select areas), your
retailer or your dealer. Only genuine InFocus lamps are tested for use in this
projector. Use of non InFocus lamps may cause electrical shock and fire, and
may void the projector warranty. InFocus is not liable for the performance,
safety or certification of any other lamps.
2 Wait 60 minutes to allow the projector to cool thoroughly.
3 Remove the lamp door:
(a) release the top latches by sliding the release buttons toward the rear of the
projector,
(b) slide the top front cover towards the direction of the lens,
WARNINGS:
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(c) remove the 5 screws, then lift the lamp door off.
The projector uses a high-pressure mercury glass lamp. The lamp may fail
prematurely, or it may rupture with a popping sound if jolted, scratched, or
handled while hot. The risk of lamp failure or rupture also increases as the
lamp age increases; please replace the lamp when you see the “Replace Lamp”
message.
To avoid burns, allow the projector to cool for at least 60 minutes before you
replace the lamp.
Unplug the power cord before replacing the lamp.
Do not drop the lamp module. The glass may shatter and cause injury.
Do not touch the glass surface of the lamp module. Fingerprints can obscure
projection sharpness and may cause the glass to shatter.
Be extremely careful when removing the lamp housing. In the unlikely event
that the lamp ruptures, small glass fragments may be generated. The lamp
module is designed to contain most of these fragments, but use caution when
removing it.
Before replacing a ruptured lamp, clean the lamp compartment and dispose of
cleaning materials. Wash hands after lamp replacement.
When replacing the lamp while the projector is ceiling-mounted, wear
protective eyewear to prevent eye injury.
4 Loosen the 2 captive screws that attach the first lamp housing to the projector.
Carefully remove the lamp housing. Do the same for the second lamp housing.
Dispose of the lamps in an environmentally proper manner in accordance with
local disposal laws.
5 Install the new lamp housings and tighten the 2 screws.
6 Replace the lamp door by securing the 5 screws.
7 Replace the top front cover by sliding it back into place.
8 Plug in the power cord and press the Power button to turn the projector back on.
9 To reset the lamp hour timer, navigate to the Status and Service menu and
select Reset Lamp Hours. See page 32 for details.
NOTE: The lamp status indicator will show which lamp needs to be replaced. One
blink off every 2 seconds indicates lamp #1 (part number SP-LAMP-055); two
blinks off every 2 seconds indicates lamp #2 (part number SP-LAMP-056).
Hg – Lamp contains mercury. Manage in accordance with local
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Turn off and
unplug projector
Wait 60
minutes
(3b)
(3c)
SP-LAMP-056
(Lamp #2)
SP-LAMP-055
(Lamp #1)
(3a)
(3a)
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Replacing the lens
1 Remove the top cover by:
(a) Releasing the left and right latches on both sides of the projector.
(b) Sliding the top front cover in the direction of the lens.
(b)
(a)
2 Loosen the four screws then lift the lens door.
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(a)
3 Remove the lens by:
(a) Pushing the release lever up to release lock
(b) Removing the lens through the front of the projector
(a)
(b)
4 Install the new lens by:
(a) Inserting the new lens into the projector, label side up, through the front of
the projector
(c)
(b) Aligning the alignment pins at the top of the lens retaining frame and insert
into the front of the engine.
(c) Pushing the release lever down to lock the lens in place.
5 Replace the lens door by securing the 4 screws.
6 Replace the top front cover by sliding it back.
(a)
7 The cover latches lock automatically.
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Using the security lock
The projector has a security lock for use with a Cable Lock System. Refer to the
information that came with the lock for instructions on how to use it.
Security lock
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Appendix
Projection
Size:
Standard Lens
Projected image size
NOTE: Visit the Service section of our website for interactive image size calculators for the standard and optional lenses.
Screen Size
(inch/m)
Standard Lens Features and Specifications:
WUXGA
Projection Distance (inch/
m) +/-10%
WXGA
Projection Distance (inch/
m) +/-10%
Minimum
Maximu
m
Minimum
Maximum
30/0.8
37/0.9
49/1.2
39/1.0
52/1.3
40/1.0
49/1.2
65/1.7
52/1.3
69/1.7
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Motorized Zoom and Focus
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Lens Shift Position: 50-110% Vertical; +/-10% Horizontal
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F-Number: 2.0-2.32
60/1.5
74/1.9
98/2.5
77/2.0
103/2.6
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Focal Length: 21.5-28.7
70/1.8
86/2.2
115/2.9
90/2.3
121/3.1
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Screen Size: 30-500 inch
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Zoom Ratio: 1.33:1
100/2.5
123/3.1
164/4.2
129/3.3
172/4.4
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Throw Distance Ratio: 1.45-1.93:1 (WUXGA); 1.52-2.03:1 (WXGA)
120/3.0
148/3.7
196/5.0
155/3.9
207/5.2
150/3.8
184/4.7
245/6.2
193/4.9
258/6.6
200/5.1
246/6.2
327/8.3
258/6.5
344/8.7
250/6.3
307/7.8
409/10.4
322/8.2
430/10.9
300/7.6
369/9.4
491/12.5
387/9.8
516/13.1
400/10.2
492/12.5
655/16.6
516/13.1
689/17.5
500/12.7
615/15.6
818/20.8
644/16.4
861/21.9
Formula:
x=diag, y=dist
y=1.230x
y=1.637x
y=1.289x
y=1.721x
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Optional lenses
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WARNING: When replacing the lens, turn off the projector and unplug the power
cord from the receptacle. Loosen the screws marked with a triangle to remove the
lens.
Projection Size:
Fixed Short Throw
Lens
NOTE: You can order optional lenses from www.infocus.com (in select areas),
your retailer or your dealer.
Motorized Focus
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Lens Shift Position: limited
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F-Number: 2.2
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Focal Length: 11.5
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Screen Size: 30-500 inch
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Zoom Ratio: n/a
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Throw Distance Ratio: 0.77:1 (WUXGA); 0.81:1 (WXGA)
WXGA
Projection Distance
(inch/m) +/-10%
30/0.8
20/0.5
21/0.5
40/1.0
26/0.7
27/0.7
60/1.5
39/1.0
41/1.0
70/1.8
46/1.2
48/1.2
100/2.5
65/1.7
69/1.7
120/3.0
78/2.0
82/2.1
150/3.8
98/2.5
103/2.6
200/5.1
131/3.3
137/3.5
250/6.3
163/4.1
172/4.4
300/7.6
196/5.0
206/5.2
400/10.2
261/6.6
275/7.0
500/12.7
326/8.3
343/8.7
y=0.653x
y=0.687x
Screen Size (inch/m)
Fixed Short Throw Lens Features and Specifications (LENS-050):
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WUXGA
Projection Distance
(inch/m) +/-10%
Notes on Use: The center of the projected image must be on the centerline of the
lens for this lens to work properly. There is very little allowable lens shift before the
lens structure begins to cut off the corners of the projected image. When using this
optional lens, adjust the projected image position using the following procedure:
Activate the Lens Shift>Auto Center feature in the Basic Picture menu.
Formula: x=diag, y=dist
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Short Throw Lens Features and Specifications (LENS-051):
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Focal Length: 18.1-21.7
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Motorized Zoom and Focus
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Screen Size: 30-500 inch
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Lens Shift Position: 50-110% Vertical; +/-10% Horizontal
•
Zoom Ratio: 1.20:1
F-Number: 2.2-3.33
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Throw Distance Ratio: 1.21-1.45: 1 (WUXGA); 1.27-1.52:1 (WXGA)
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Adds 1.32” (33.61mm) to the total length of the projector.
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WUXGA
Projection Distance (inch/m) +/10%
Projection Size:
Short Zoom Lens
Screen Size (inch/m)
WXGA
Projection Distance (inch/m) +/10%
Minimum
Maximum
Minimum
Maximum
30/0.8
31/0.8
37/0.9
32/0.8
39/1.0
40/1.0
41/1.0
49/1.2
43/1.1
52/1.3
60/1.5
62/1.6
74/1.9
65/1.6
77/2.0
70/1.8
72/1.8
86/2.2
75/1.9
90/2.3
100/2.5
103/2.6
123/3.1
108/2.7
129/3.3
120/3.0
123/3.1
148/3.7
129/3.3
155/3.9
150/3.8
154/3.9
184/4.7
162/4.1
193/4.9
200/5.1
205/5.2
246/6.2
215/5.5
258/6.5
250/6.3
257/6.5
307/7.8
269/6.8
322/8.2
300/7.6
308/7.8
369/9.4
323/8.2
387/9.8
400/10.2
410/10.4
492/12.5
431/10.9
516/13.1
500/12.7
513/13.0
615/15.6
538/13.7
644/16.4
Formula: x=diag, y=dist
y=1.026x
y=1.230x
y=1.077x
y=1.289x
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Long Throw Lens Features and Specifications (LENS-052):
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Focal Length: 28.6-54.3
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Motorized Zoom and Focus
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Screen Size: 30-500 inch
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Lens Shift Position: 50-110% Vertical; +/-10% Horizontal
•
Zoom Ratio: 1.90:1
F-Number: 2.0-3.0
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Throw Distance Ratio: 1.93-3.67 (WUXGA); 2.03-3.85:1 (WXGA)
•
Adds 1.8” (45.81mm) to the total length of the projector.
•
Projection Size:
Long Throw Lens
Screen Size (inch/m)
WUXGA
Projection Distance (inch/m) +/10%
WXGA
Projection Distance (inch/m) +/10%
Minimum
Maximum
Minimum
Maximum
30/0.8
49/1.2
93/2.4
52/1.3
98/2.5
40/1.0
65/1.7
124/3.2
69/1.7
131/3.3
60/1.5
98/2.5
187/4.7
103/2.6
196/5.0
70/1.8
115/2.9
218/5.5
121/3.1
229/5.8
100/2.5
164/4.2
311/7.9
172/4.4
326/8.3
120/3.0
196/5.0
373/9.5
207/5.2
392/10.0
150/3.8
245/6.2
467/11.9
258/6.6
490/12.4
200/5.1
327/8.3
622/15.8
344/8.7
653/16.6
250/6.3
409/10.4
778/19.8
430/10.9
816/20.7
300/7.6
491/12.5
934/23.7
516/13.1
979/24.9
400/10.2
655/16.6
1245/31.6
689/17.5
1306/33.2
500/12.7
818/20.8
1556/39.5
861/21.9
1632/41.5
Formula: x=diag, y=dist
y=1.637x
y=3.112x
y=1.721x
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Ultra Long Throw Lens Features and Specifications (LENS-053):
•
Focal Length: 54.1-102.7
•
Motorized Zoom and Focus
•
Screen Size: 30-500 inch
•
Lens Shift Position: 50-110% Vertical; +/-10% Horizontal
•
Zoom Ratio: 1.90:1
F-Number: 2.3-3.19
•
Throw Distance Ratio: 3.67-6.97:1 (WUXGA); 3.85-7.32:1 (WXGA)
•
Adds 1.15” (29.11mm) to the total length of the projector.
•
Projection Size:
Ultra Long Throw
Lens
Screen Size (inch/m)
WUXGA
Projection Distance (inch/m) +/10%
WXGA
Projection Distance (inch/m) +/10%
Minimum
Maximum
Minimum
Maximum
30/0.8
93/2.4
177/4.5
98/2.5
186/4.7
40/1.0
124/3.2
236/6.0
131/3.3
248/6.3
60/1.5
187/4.7
355/9.0
196/5.0
372/9.5
70/1.8
218/5.5
414/10.5
229/5.8
435/11.0
100/2.5
311/7.9
591/15.0
326/8.3
621/15.8
120/3.0
373/9.5
709/18.0
392/10.0
745/18.9
150/3.8
467/11.9
887/22.5
490/12.4
931/23.6
200/5.1
622/15.8
1182/30.0
653/16.6
1241/31.5
250/6.3
778/19.8
1478/37.5
816/20.7
1552/39.4
300/7.6
934/23.7
1773/45.0
979/24.9
1862/47.3
400/10.2
1245/31.6
2364/60.1
1306/33.2
2483/63.1
500/12.7
1556/39.5
2955/75.1
1632/41.5
3104/78.8
Formula x=diag. y=dist.
y=3.112x
y=5.911x
y=3.265x
y=6.207x
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SplitScreen Compatibility
secondary source image displayed on top of the primary source in one of four
placement options. See page 28 for details. The following source combinations are
supported:
Splitscreen allows two distinct sources to be displayed simultaneously. Switch
primary sources, make picture adjustments and choose one of multiple display
options: either two side by side horizontal or vertical source regions, or a small
Table 2:
HDMI1
HDMI1
HDMI2
VGA1
VGA2
BNC
Component
S-video
Composite
DisplayLink
LitePort
HDMI2
X
X
VGA1
X
X
X
BNC
X
X
X
Composite
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
S-video
X
X
X
X
X
Component
X
X
X
X
X
X
VGA2
X
X
X
X
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X
X
X
DisplayLi
nk
X
LitePort
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Control commands
A read command returns the range and the current setting, for example:
IMPORTANT: When formatting commands sent from a control system or computer, enclose
commands in parentheses “(“ and “)”. When entering custom commands into Scheduled Tasks
in the projector’s web interface, enclose commands in less than/greater than symbols “<” and
“>” instead.
Serial Communication Configuration
Visit our website for additional RS-232 settings and information.
To control this projector via RS-232, connect a null modem cable and set the control system
serial port settings to match the following communication configuration:
Read Command Examples
RS-232 Port Settings
Setting
Value
Bits per second
115,200
Data bits
8
Parity
None
Stop bits
1
Flow control
None
Emulation
VT100
Command
Response
Brightness
(BRT?)
(0-100, 50)
Volume
(VOL?)
(0-100, 50)
Lamp Hours
(LMP?)
(0-32766, 42)
A write request example:
(AAA####) where
(starts the command
AAA denotes the command
#### denotes the value to be written
(leading zeros not necessary)
) ends the command
Some commands have ranges, while others are absolute. If a number greater than the
maximum range is received, it is automatically set to the maximum number for that function.
If a command is received that is not understood, a "?" is returned. With absolute settings, "0"
is off, 1-9999 is on. The one exception is the Power command, where 0 is off and 1 is on.
To assure the projector can process a command, wait 3 seconds before entering the next
command.
Network Communication Configuration
For network control, you can access the projector through Port 23 (Telnet).
We use the same control codes on serial as we do over the network. InFocus network control
uses the Telnet packet structure.
Command Format
All commands consist of 3 alpha characters followed by a request, all enclosed in parentheses.
The request can be a read request (indicated by a "?") or a write request (indicated by 1 to 4
ASCII digits).
Write Command Examples
A read request example:
(AAA?) where
(starts the command
AAA denotes the command
? denotes the read request
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Function
Command
Response
Brightness
(BRT100)
Sets the brightness to
100
Power
(PWR0)
Turns power off
Power
(PWR1)
Turns power on
Error Conditions
Not all commands are supported for all projectors. If an unsupported command is issued, the
command will be ignored. If a command is received that is not understood, a ‘?’ character will
be returned indicating the command was not understood.
Limitations
The projector cannot respond to commands coming in at a high-rate. Therefore, a delay must
occur between commands to ensure that the command gets properly executed. To assure the
projector can process a command, wait 3 seconds before entering the next command.
The Step column refers to increasing or decreasing the menu bar position since the On-screen
Display is not an exact match of values. For example, Step 2 changes the data by 2 through the
CLI (Command Line Interface). The menu bar is up (or down) by 1.
Auto Off Time
0: Never
1: 5 minutes
2: 10 minutes
3: 15 minutes
4: 20 minutes
5: 25 minutes
6: 30 minutes
AOT
RW
0
6
6
1
Auto Source
0: Disable; 1: Enable
ASC
RW
0
1
1
1
Blank Screen
0: Disable; 1: Enable
BLK
RW
0
1
0
1
Blank Screen Style
0: Blue screen
1: Timer
2: Test patterns
3: Black screen
4: White screen
5: Factory logo
6: Snapshot
BSS
RW
0
6
0
1
Brightness
BRT
RW
0
100
50
1
BrilliantColorTM
0: Normal; 1: Bright
BCL
RW
0
1
1
1
Ceiling
0: Off; 1: On; 2: Auto
CEL
RW
0
2
2
1
CLC
RW
0
2
0
1
Com
mand
RW
Min
Max
Default
Step
AC Power On
0: Disable; 1: Enable
APO
RW
0
1
0
1
Always On Function
0: Off
1: Network
2: DisplayLink
4: Monitor Out
8: 5-Volt DC
SPS
RW
0
15
0
1
Aspect Ratio
0: Auto
1: Native
2: 4:3
3: 16:9
4: Letterbox
5: Panorama
6: 16:10
ARZ
RW
0
6
0
1
Auto Image
1: Enable
AIM
W
n/a
1
1
1
Closed Captions: NonMuted)
0: Off; 1: CC1; 2: CC2
RW
0
2
1
1
AVK
RW
0
2
0
1
Closed Captions: Muted
0: Off; 1: CC1; 2: CC2
CLM
Auto Keystone
0: Off
1: On
2: Temp. Disabled
Color
CLR
RW
0
100
50
1
Function
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Color Space
0: RGB
1: REC709
2: REC601
3: RGB Video
4: Auto
CSM
RW
Color Temp
0: Warmest
1: Warm
2: Cool
4: Bright
TMP
Contrast
CON
RW
0
Current Source
0: DisplayLink
1: VGA 1
2: VGA 2
3: RGBHV
4: LitePort
5: HDMI 1
6: HDMI 2
7: Component
8: S-video
9: Composite
SRC
RW
0
Custom Key
0: Blank screen
1: Mute
3: Aspect ratio
4: Source
5: Auto image
6: Freeze screen
8: Source info
10: Projector info
14: Overscan
15: AV mute
16: Closed captions
17: SplitScreen
EFK
RW
0
0
4
4
4
1
Source
Specific
1
100
50
1
9
0
1
Detect Film
0: Disable; 1: Enable
TTO
RW
0
1
1
1
Digital Zoom
DZM
RW
0
100
100
5
Disable Snapshots
1: Disabled
(Flash needed to re-enable.)
DCP
RW
0
1
0
1
DisplayLink Source
Enable: 1
USS
W
Dual Lamp Auto Switch
0: On Failure Only
1: At Power Up
50 & higher; Hours
DLA
RW
0
2000
0
50
Dual Lamp Error Identifier
0: No lamp error
1: Lamp #1 error
2: Lamp #2 error
3: Both lamp error
DLE
R
0
3
0
1
Dual Lamp Mode
0: Lamp 1; 1: Lamp 2
2: Both lamps
DLM
RW
0
2
2
1
Error Condition
0: No error
1: Lamp not lit after 5
attempts
3: Lamp went out
unexpectedly
4: Fan failure
5: Overtemperature
6: Low voltage
ERR
R
0
6
0
1
1
? = Query
RW
0
17
8
1
? = Query
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Factory Reset
1: Reset
RST
W
n/a
1
1
1
Key Click
0: Disable; 1: Enable
KCL
RW
0
1
1
1
Fast Color Refresh
0: Off
1: Video only
2: On (all sources)
FCR
RW
0
2
0
1
Keypad Enable
0: Disable; 1: Enable
KPE
RW
0
1
1
1
Lamp 1 High Power Hours
? = Query
LMO
R
0
n/a
1
Flesh Tone Correction
FTC
RW
0
100
0
10
R
0
n/a
1
FWM
RW
0
1
1
1
Lamp 1 Low Power Hours
? = Query
LME
Force Wide
0: Disable; 1: Enable
R
0
n/a
1
FRZ
RW
0
1
0
1
Lamp 1 Resets: Total
number
? = Query
LMR
Freeze Screen
0: Disable; 1: Enable
Friendly Name
PFN
RW
string
n/a
n/a
LMP
R
0
n/a
1
Gamma
2: Video
3: Film
5: Bright
7: CRT
GTB
RW
0
7
Source
Specific
Lamp 1 Total Hours
? = Query
Lamp 2 High Power Hours
? = Query
LDN
R
0
n/a
1
Lamp 2 Low Power Hours
? = Query
LDL
R
0
n/a
1
Glow Ring
0: Disable; 1: Enable
GLO
RW
0
1
1
1
LDR
R
0
n/a
1
Help
0: Disable; 1: Enable
HLP
RW
0
1
0
1
Lamp 2 Resets: Total
number
? = Query
R
0
n/a
1
HLC
RW
0
1
0
1
Lamp 2 Total Hours
? = Query
LDH
Help Customization
Horz. Keystone
DKH
RW
0
100
50
1
LIF
R
n/a
2000
Horz. Pincushion
HPC
RW
0
100
50
1
Lamp Life
? = Query
Horz. Position
HPS
RW
0
100
50
1
Lamp Low Power
0: Disable; 1: Enable
IPM
RW
0
1
Horz. Shift
DSH
RW
0
100
50
1
Internal Sound Enable
0: Disable; 1: Enable
INT
RW
0
1
1
1
1
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0
1
Language
0: English
1: French
2: German
3: Italian
5: Korean
6: Norwegian
7: Portuguese
8: Russian
9: Simp Chinese
10: Spanish
11: Trad Chinese
12: Swedish
13: Dutch
14: Polish
15: Turkish
16: Danish
17: Finnish
LAN
RW
Lens Adjust Enable
0: Disable; 1: Enable
MLL
LitePort Auto Start
0: Disable; 1: Enable
LAS
RW
0
1
1
1
LitePort Effect
0: Off
1: Random
2: Fade
3: Horz Wipe
4: Vert Wipe
5: Diagonal Wipe
6: Horz Split
7: Vert Split
8: Horz Bars
9: Vert Bars
10: Spiral
11: Diamond
12: Blocks
LTS
RW
0
12
0
1
LitePort Fill Screen
0: Disable;
1: Enable
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RW
RW
0
0
0
17
1
1
0
(9 for China
models)
1
0
1
LitePort Next Slide
0: Disable; 1: Enable
LAD
RW
0
4
0
1
LitePort Show All Folders
0: Disable; 1: Enable
LPA
RW
0
1
0
1
LitePort Show Info
0: Disable; 1: Enable
LSI
RW
0
1
0
1
LitePort Source Command
0: Disable; 1: Enable
PPS
RW
0
1
0
1
Magnify Controls
0: Disable; 1: Enable
MGC
RW
0
1
1
1
Magnify Horz. Position
MGH
RW
0
100
50
5
Magnify Level
MGL
RW
0
100
50
5
Magnify Vertical Position
MGV
RW
0
100
50
5
Map Source Audio
n Values
SA0 = DisplayLink
SA1 = VGA 1
SA2 = VGA 2
SA3 = RGBHV
SA4 = HDMI1
SA5 = HDMI2
SA6 = LitePort
SA7 = Component
SA8 = S-video
SA9 = Composite
SAnx
RW
0
9
Source
Specific
1
1
x Values
0: Off
1: AOUSB
2: Audio In 1
3: Audio In 2
4: Audio In 3
5: Audio In 4
6: Audio In 5
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Menu
0: Clear; 1: Display
MNU
RW
0
1
0
1
Motorized Zoom In
1: Execute
MZI
W
1
1
Menu Lockout
1: Basic Picture
2: Adv Picture
4: Setup Menu
8: Status & Service
15: All Menus
MNL
RW
0
15
0
1
Motorized Zoom Out
1: Execute
MZO
W
1
1
Mute
0: Disable; 1: Enable
MTE
RW
0
1
0
1
RW
0
255
0
1
NAV
Network Default Gateway
GT1 = 1st Octet
GT2 = 2nd Octet
GT3 = 3rd Octet
GT4 = 4th Octet
GTn
Menu Navigation
0: Menu Key
1: Up Key
2: Down Key
3: Select Key
4: Left Key
5: Right Key
Network DHCP
0: Disable; 1: Enable
DHP
RW
0
1
1
1
Menu Offset
OFF
RW
0
100
0
10
DNn
RW
0
255
0
1
Menu Transparency
0: Opaque; 90: 90% Trans.
TOE
RW
0
90
0
5
Network DNS
DN1 = 1st Octet
DN2 = 2nd Octet
DN3 = 3rd Octet
DN4 = 4th Octet
Motorized Focus Further
1: Execute
MFF
W
1
1
Network Factory Reset
1: Reset
NFR
W
Motorized Focus Nearer
1: Execute
MFN
W
1
1
Network Host Name
HSN
RW
string
n/a
n/a
Motorized Lens Shift Ctr
1: Execute
MHC
W
1
1
Network Host Name
Lookup (WINS)
0: Disable; 1: Enable
HNL
RW
0
1
0
1
Motorized Lens Shift Dwn
1: Execute
MVD
W
1
1
IPn
RW
0
255
0
1
Motorized Lens Shift Left
1: Execute
MHL
W
1
1
Motorized Lens Shift Right
1: Execute
MHR
W
1
1
Network IP Address
IP1 = 1st Octet
IP2 = 2nd Octet
IP3 = 3rd Octet
IP4 = 4th Octet
MAD
R
string
n/a
Motorized Lens Shift Up
1: Execute
MVU
Network MAC Address
? =- Query
W
W
0
5
1
n/a
1
1
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1
1
Network Restart
1: Restart
NTR
W
1
1
Network Subnet Mask
NM1 = 1st Octet
NM2 = 2nd Octet
NM3 = 3rd Octet
NM4 = 4th Octet
NMn
RW
0
255
0
1
Noise Reduction
NRL
RW
0
100
50
1
Overscan
0: Off; 1: Zoom; 2: Crop
OVS
RW
0
2
0
1
Phase
MSS
RW
0
100
PIN Change
PCG“default,new”
PCG
RW
string
n/a
PIN Entry
Menu = m
Up = u
Down = d
Select = s
Source = i
PET
RW
string
n/a
50
1
Default = imuds
Power-up Source
0: DisplayLink
1: VGA 1
2: VGA 2
3: RGBHV
4: LitePort
5: HDMI 1
6: HDMI 2
7: Component
8: S-video
9: Composite
DSC
RW
0
9
1
1
Presets
2: User
5: Presentation
7: Video
8: ISF Day
9: ISF Night
10: Bright
11: Whiteboard
12: Blackboard
13: Beige wall
PST
RW
0
13
Source
Specific
1
Prevent PC Screen Saver
0: Disable; 1: Enable
NND
RW
0
1
1
1
DLI
R
string
PIN Protect
Disable: 0; Enable: 1
PIV
RW
0
1
0
1
Projector Current Lamp
? = Query
R
string
PWR
RW
0
1
0
1
Projector Firmware Ver
? = Query
FVS
Power
0: Turn On; 1: Turn Off
R
0
ACE
RW
0
1
1
1
Projector High Power Hours
? = Query
LTO
Power Sounds
0: Disable; 1: Enable
Projector Info menu
1: Display
PRI
W
Projector Low Power Hours
? = Query
LTE
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n/a
1
0
n/a
1
Projector Model
? = Query
MDL
R
string
Projector Resolution
? = Query
NRS
R
string
Projector Serial No.
? = Query
USN
R
string
Projector Total Hours
? = Query
LMT
R
0
n/a
Rear Project
0: Disable; 1: Enable
REA
RW
0
1
0
Reset Lamp Hours
1: reset lamp 1
2: reset lamp 2
LRT
RW
1
2
n/a
Save User Presets 1
1: Save
USI
W
Screen Save Time
0: never
1: 5 minutes
2: 10 minutes
3: 15 minutes
4: 20 minutes
5: 25 minutes
6: 30 minutes
SSV
RW
Search Screen
0: Factory logo
1: Blue
2: Snapshot
3: Black
4: White
DSU
RW
1
0
0
6
4
Serial Port Baud Rate
0: 2400
1: 4800
2: 9600
3: 14400
4: 19200
5: 38400
6: 57600
7: 115200
8: 1200
BR1
RW
0
8
7
1
1
Serial Port Echo
0: Disable; 1: Enable
EC1
RW
0
1
0
1
1
Set Black Level
1: Set
BLC
W
Sharpness
0: Max
1: High
2: Normal
3: Low
4: Minimum
SHP
RW
0
4
2
1
Show Messages
0: Disable; 1: Enable
DMG
RW
0
1
0
1
Show Network Messages
0: Disable; 1: Enable
DNG
RW
0
1
1
1
Sleep Timer
0: Off
1: 2 hours
2: 4 hours
3: 6 hours
SLT
RW
0
3
0
1
Source 1-4 Commands
SR1 = Source Key 1
SR2 = Source Key 2
SRn
RW
Source Advance - PC
CAD+
W
n/a
n/a
+
Source Advance - Video
VAD+
W
n/a
n/a
+
1
0
0
1
1
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1
1
SR1 = VGA1
SR2 = VGA2
SR3 = HDMI1
Source Info menu
1: Display
ABT
W
1
Source Info Active Source Name
? = Query
QAS
R
string
Source Info - Aspect Ratio
? = Query
QAR
R
string
Source Info - Color Gamut
? = Query
QCG
R
string
Source Info - Color Space
? = Query
QCS
R
string
Source Info - Horz Refresh
? = Query
QHR
R
string
Source Info - Pixel Clock
? = Query
QPC
R
string
Source Info Resolution
? = Query
RES
R
string
Source Info - Signal Format
? = Query
QSF
R
string
Source Info - Sync Type
? = Query
QST
R
Source Info - Vert Refresh
? = Query
QVR
Source Name (0-9)
* = Factory Names
SplitScreen Enable
0: Disable; 1: Enable
SplitScreen 2nd Source
0: Off
1: DisplayLink
2: VGA 1
3: VGA 2
4: RGBHV
5: LitePort
6: HDMI 1
7: HDMI 2
8: Component
9: S-video
10: Composite
SSL
RW
0
10
Source Specific - See
User Guide
SplitScreen
Matrix in
Appendix
1
SplitScreen 2nd Source
Location
0: Right
1: Bottom
2: Left
3: Top
4: PiP bottom right
5: PiP bottom left
6: PiP top left
7: PiP top right
SSY
RW
0
7
0
1
SplitScreen 2nd Source Size
0: small; 1: medium; 2:
large
SSZ
RW
0
2
2
1
string
SplitScreen Swap
1: enable
SSS
W
R
string
Sync Threshold
STH
RW
SNn
RW
string
SSC
RW
0
1
1
0
1
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1
0
100
1
50
5
System State
1: Off
2: Start Up
3: PIN
4: Search
7: Source Displayed
9: Blank Screen
12: Cool Down
13: Screen Save
17: Flash Update
18: Error
SYS
R
1
18
7
Take Snapshot
1: Capture
CAP
W
Test Pattern Select
TPS
RW
0
21
9
1
Tint
TNT
RW
0
100
50
1
Tracking
MTS
RW
0
100
50
1
USB Audio Enable
0: Disable; 1: Enable
USA
RW
0
1
1
1
Vertical Keystone
DKV
RW
0
100
50
1
Vertical Pincushion
VPC
RW
0
100
50
1
Vertical Position
VPS
RW
0
100
50
1
Vertical Shift
DSV
RW
0
100
50
1
Video Standard
0: Auto
1: NTSC
2: PAL
5: SECAM
VSU
RW
0
5
0
1
Volume
VOL
RW
0
100
50
1
White Peaking
WPK
RW
0
100
100
10
1
1
Dynamic Messaging
(max: 53 characters)
PRN
RW
string
n/a
n/a
Red Gain
Green Gain
Blue Gain
RCG
GCG
BCG
RW
0
100
50
1
Red Offset
Green Offset
Blue Offset
RCO
GCO
BCG
RW
0
100
50
1
Escape codes:
\c - Initialize (Box mode)
\d -Initialize (Ticker Bottom
mode)
\u - Initialize ticker top
mode
\e - Solid background
\f - Transparent background
\1 - Small font size
\2 - Large font size
\n - New line
\a - Beep
\tnnn - Timer
\b - Start blink
\s - Stop blink
\” - Print a double quote
character
\’ - Print a single quote
character
\\ - Print a backslash
character
1
Example: PRN”This is
line1\nThis is line 2”
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INDEX
LitePort
Using LitePort 38
M
menu usage 27
Monitor Out connector 10
N
Network
Using Network Functions 34
O
Optimizing computer image 25
Optimizing video images 26
Optional lenses 48
P
Position the projector 7
Power connector 9
power cord 9
Presentation features 25
Projected image size 47
Projector
keypad buttons 25
menus 27
projector
connecting computers 9
connecting video devices 13
positioning 7
setting up 7
shutting down 15
troubleshooting problems 15
R
remote control 23
RS-232 commands 53
S
Scheduled Tasks Page 36
Screen Aspect 14
Screen Save 15
shutting down the projector 15
Numerics
16x9 vs 4x3 14
A
Aspect Ratio 14
Audio In Computer connector 10
Audio Out connector 24
C
cable box 13
Computer In connector 9
Connecting
external speakers 24
connecting
computer 9
video device 13
Connecting a computer source 9
contacting InFocus 22
customer service contact information 22
D
Digital Zoom 28
Displaying an image 11
Dynamic Messaging 26
F
focus 12
H
HDTV 14
Help 33
I
image size matrix 47
K
keypad buttons 25
Keystone 19
L
laptop video port activation 11
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speakers, connecting external 24
SplitScreen Compatibility 52
S-video connector 13
T
Troubleshooting Network Functions 37
TV tuner 13
U
USB 9
User Access and Security Page 37
V
Viewing a Slide Show 38
Volume button 24
W
warranty 22
Z
zoom 12
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