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Installation Guide
Using the Product Safely
Safety Instructions
For your safety, read all the instructions in this guide before using this product. Incorrect handling that ignores
instructions in this guide could damage this product or could result in personal injury or property damage.
Keep this installation guide at hand for future reference.
Read the User's Guide and Safety Instructions for your projector and follow the instructions in these documents.
Safety indications
The documentation and this product use graphical symbols to show how to use this product safely.
The indications and their meaning are as follows. Make sure you understand them properly before reading
the guide.
Symbol
Explanation
Warning
This symbol indicates information that, if ignored, could possibly result in personal injury or
even death due to incorrect handling.
Caution
This symbol indicates information that, if ignored, could possibly result in personal injury or
physical damage due to incorrect handling.
Explanation of Symbols
Symbols
Explanation
Symbol indicating an action that must not be done
Symbol indicating an action that should be done
c
Symbol indicating related or useful information
Safety Precautions for Installation
Warning
The setting plate is exclusively for mounting the projector on a wall. If anything other than
a projector is mounted, the weight may result in damage.
If this product falls, it could cause death or personal injury.
The installation work (wall mounting) should be performed by specialists who have tech‐
nical knowledge and ability. Incomplete or incorrect installation could cause the product
to fall and cause personal injury or property damage.
Follow the instructions in this guide when installing this product.
If the instructions are not followed, this product may fall, resulting in personal injury or an accident.
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Using the Product Safely
Warning
Handle the power cord carefully.
Incorrect handling may cause fire or electric shock. Observe the following precautions when han‐
dling:
• Do not handle the power plug with wet hands.
• Do not use a power cord that is damaged or modified.
• Do not pull the power cord with too much force when routing the cable through the setting plate.
Do not install the setting plate in a place where it might be subjected to vibration or shock.
This could cause damage to the product or mounting surface. If this product falls, it could cause
death or personal injury.
Install the setting plate so that it can sufficiently support the mass of the projector and
setting plate, and resist any horizontal vibration. Use M10 nuts and bolts.
Nuts and bolts smaller than M10 could cause the setting plate to fall. Epson accepts no responsibility
for any damage or injury caused by lack of wall strength or inadequate installation.
The installation work should be performed by at least two qualified service personnel. If
you need to loosen any screws during installation, be careful not to drop this product.
If this product falls, it could cause death or personal injury.
When mounting this product on a wall, the wall requires enough strength to hold the
projector, the setting plate, the Control Pad, and the Touch Unit (EB-1430Wi only).
This product should be installed on a concrete wall. The maximum combined weight of the pro‐
jector, the setting plate, and the Control Pad is approximately 14 kg (not including cables). When
the Touch Unit (EB-1430Wi only) is installed, the maximum weight is approximately 14.5 kg (not
including cables). Ensure the strength of the wall before mounting this product on the wall. If the
wall is not strong enough, reinforce the wall before installation.
Inspect the setting plate on a regular basis to ensure there are no broken parts or loose
screws.
If any parts are damaged, stop using the setting plate immediately. If this product falls, it could
cause death or personal injury.
Do not disassemble or remodel this product.
There are numerous high-voltage sections inside the product that could cause a fire, electric shock,
or an accident.
Do not hang on this product or hang a heavy object on this product.
If this product falls, it could cause death or personal injury.
Do not use adhesives, lubricants, or oils to install or adjust the setting plate.
If you use adhesives to prevent the screws from loosening or things such as lubricants or oils on
the slide plate fixing part of the projector, the case may crack and cause the projector to fall,
resulting in personal injury or property damage.
Tighten all screws firmly after adjustment.
Otherwise, the product may fall and cause personal injury or property damage.
Never loosen the bolts and nuts after installation.
Confirm that the screws have not become loose on a regular basis. If you find any loose screws,
tighten them firmly. Otherwise, the product may fall and cause personal injury or property damage.
Route the cables so that they do not interfere with the nuts and bolts.
Incorrect handling of the cables may cause fire or electric shock.
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Warning
When turning on the projector, do not look into the projection window.
This could cause damage to eyesight due to the powerful light emitted. Take particular care when
there are children present. When turning on the projector at a distance using the remote control,
make sure there is no one looking into the projection window.
When using the projector, do not place any objects or put your hand near the projection
window.
This area is dangerous as it reaches a high temperature due to the concentrated projection light.
Do not cover the projector's air intake vent or air exhaust vent. If either of the vents are
covered, the internal temperature could rise and cause a fire.
Avoid locations subject to high temperatures, such as close to heaters, and leave a gap of at least
20 cm between the wall and the air exhaust vent.
Do not use the projector in a location subject to combustible or explosive gas.
The projector may catch fire because of the high temperature of the lamp inside the projector.
If any abnormalities occur with this product, immediately disconnect the cables from the
product, and then contact your local dealer or the nearest Epson service call center.
Continuing to use the product in an abnormal condition could cause a fire, electric shock, or visual
impairment.
Caution
Do not install this product in a location where the operating temperature for your projector
model may be exceeded.
Such an environment may damage the projector.
Install this product in a place free from excessive dust and humidity to prevent the lens or
optical components from becoming dirty.
Do not use excessive force when adjusting this product.
This product may break, resulting in personal injury.
Notes on handling the Touch Unit (EB-1430Wi only)
Warning
Do not disassemble or remodel the Touch Unit.
The Touch Unit contains a high power laser product that could cause a fire, electric shock, or an
accident.
Follow the instructions in this guide to setup and operate the Touch Unit.
If the Touch Unit is not setup and operated correctly, it could cause damage to eyesight due to
light from the laser.
Do not apply optical devices such as a magnifying glass or telescope to the laser light
diffused from the Touch Unit.
Using it in this condition could have a negative influence on the human body. It could also cause
a fire or accident.
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Warning
Do not look into the Touch Unit's laser diffusion ports.
This could cause damage to eyesight due to the powerful laser light emitted. Take particular care
when there are children present.
Do not view the laser light using optical devices such as a magnifying glass within a range
of 70 mm from the Touch Unit's laser diffusion ports.
This could cause visual impairment.
Only connect the Touch Unit to the EB-1430Wi. Do not connect it to any other projectors
or devices.
The device could malfunction, or laser light could leak beyond its restricted area.
Do not go near the Touch Unit if you are using medical equipment such as a pace maker.
Furthermore, when using the Touch Unit, make sure there is no one using medical equip‐
ment such as a pace maker, in the surrounding area.
A powerful magnet within the unit generates electromagnetic interference which may cause med‐
ical equipment to malfunction.
Caution
Do not go near the Touch Unit with magnetic storage media such as magnetic cards, or
precision electronic devices such as computers, digital watches, or mobile phones.
A powerful magnet within the unit could corrupt data or cause a malfunction.
About This Installation Guide
This guide describes how to mount the short-throw projector EB-1430Wi/EB-1420Wi on a wall. It also explains
how to install the Control Pad and the Touch Unit (EB-1430Wi only) after mounting on a wall.
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Using the Product Safely
Choosing an Installation Location
Projector installation location
• Carry out power supply wiring work for the installation location of the setting plate in advance.
• Install the projector away from other electric devices such as fluorescent lights or air conditioners. Some kinds of
fluorescent lights could interfere with the remote control of the projector.
• It is recommended to keep connection cable length less than 20 meters to reduce external noise.
• We recommend using stick-on screens or board screens.
• Make sure the projector is installed under the following conditions.
• The projected image is a rectangular shape without any distortion.
• The projector is tilted at an angle of no more than ±3° vertically and horizontally in relation to the screen.
• When using the interactive function (Easy Interactive Function), install so that the projected image is within reach.
• Do not install the projector or the screen in a location subject to direct sunlight. If the projector or the screen are
subject to direct sunlight, the interactive function may not operate correctly.
Control Pad installation location
When powering the Control Pad using batteries, make sure the installation location meets the following
requirements.
• Install the Control Pad on the same surface as the projection screen.
If the projection screen and the Control Pad installation point are uneven, install the Control Pad approximately 20
cm from the edge of the screen.
• Make sure there are no obstacles between the Control Pad and the projector (not including the Touch Unit).
In the following situations, use the optional Remote control cable set (ELPKC28) to supply power to the
Control Pad from the projector.
• When the requirements mentioned above are not met.
• When the projection screen and the Control Pad installation point are uneven and the difference in height is more
than 5 cm
• When the projector is placed on a table and projecting to the screen.
• When multiple projectors are being used.
Touch Unit installation location (EB-1430Wi only)
• When using the Touch Unit, install the projector using one of the following methods. The Touch Unit cannot be used
if another installation method is used.
• Mount the projector on a wall or suspend it from a ceiling and project images from in front of the screen.
• Install vertically on a table and project from the front of the table. (When installing vertically on a table, you need
the optional Interactive Table Mount (ELPMB29).)
• Before installing the Touch Unit, make sure that the installation location meets the following conditions.
• The Touch Unit can be secured with magnets or with screws.
• A flat, smooth, unwarped surface with no unevenness on the screen surface of more than 5 mm.
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• When installing on a whiteboard, install the Touch Unit within the frame of the whiteboard.
Correct installation position
Incorrect installation position
• When installing the Touch Unit, make sure there are no obstacles, such as cables, or protruding items such as
whiteboard trays, holders, or thick frames in the shaded areas in the following figure. The Touch Unit will not operate
correctly.
[Unit: mm]
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Contents
When Projected Image is Smaller than 75 Inches
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Using the Product Safely
Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
16:10 projected image . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Safety indications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
16:9 projected image . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Explanation of Symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
4:3 projected image . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Safety Precautions for Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
When Projected Image is Larger than 75 Inches
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Notes on handling the Touch Unit (EB-1430Wi
only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
16:10 projected image . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
About This Installation Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
16:9 projected image . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Choosing an Installation Location . . . . . . 5
4:3 projected image . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Projector installation location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Installing the Setting Plate . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Control Pad installation location . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Connecting Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Touch Unit installation location (EB-1430Wi only)
..................................... 5
Necessary cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Installation Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Disassemble the parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Installation Guide
Assemble the parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Installation Work Flow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Install the wall plate on the wall . . . . . . . . . . 32
Package Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Determine the projection distance, and then
pass the cables through the setting plate . . . . 34
Setting plate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Control Pad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Attaching the setting plate to the wall plate
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Touch Unit (EB-1430Wi only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Securing the projector to the setting plate
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Setting plate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Adjusting the Projected Image . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Wall plate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Adjusting the Projection Position . . . . . . . . . 40
Vertical slide adjustment range . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Fine-tuning the Focus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Horizontal slide adjustment range . . . . . . . . . 13
Calibrating the pen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Forward/backward slide adjustment range
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Attaching the Covers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Installing the Control Pad . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Control Pad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Installation Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Control Pad (external dimensions/weight)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Cable routing holes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Installing the Touch Unit (EB-1430Wi
only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Touch Unit (EB-1430Wi only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Installation Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Touch Unit (external dimensions/weight)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Angle Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Touch Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Attached labels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Appendix
Laser diffusion port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Projection Distance Table . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Batch Setup Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Figures of Installation Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Saving settings to the USB flash drive . . . . . . . . 75
When installing the Touch Unit (EB-1430Wi
only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Reflecting saved settings to other projectors
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
When installing the Control Pad . . . . . . . . . . 19
When Setup Fails . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
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Contents
Using the Interactive Function when
Multiple Projectors are Installed . . . . . . 79
Attaching a Security Cable . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
General Notice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
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Installation Work Flow
Follow the procedures below to mount the projector on a wall.
a Installing the Setting Plate and the Projector (s p.27)
b Adjusting the Projected Image (s p.40)
c Calibrating the Interactive Pen (s p.47)
d Installing the Control Pad (s p.53)
When installing the Touch Unit, finish installing the projector first, and then follow the procedures below
(EB-1430Wi only).
a Installing the Touch Unit (s p.56)
b Adjusting the Angle of Laser Diffusion (s p.60)
c Performing Touch Calibration (s p.71)
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Package Contents
Setting plate
The following supplied items are necessary to mount the projector on a wall. Confirm that you have all items
before beginning.
Setting plate
Wall plate cover
Hexagonal axis
3-axis adjustment unit
*The slide plate (
) is secured dur‐
ing shipping.
End cap
Shape
Hexagon wrench (for M4)
Name
Quan‐
tity
M4 x 12 mm hexagon socket head cap bolt 6
with washer/spring washer
4
Wall plate
Template sheet
(for installing the wall plate)
Open-ended spanner
13 mm (for M8 and M6),
6 mm (for hexagonal axis)
Application
For wall plate assembly
For 3-axis adjustment unit/arm installation
4
For slide plate/projector installation
2
For slide plate/3-axis adjustment unit installa‐
tion (attached during shipping)
M6 x 20 mm hexagon shoulder head bolt 1
with washer/spring washer
For setting plate/wall plate installation
M6 x 20 mm cross recessed head shoulder 3
screws with plastic washers
• Use the bolts or screws supplied with this product to install it as directed in this guide. Do not substitute these bolts
with any other types.
• You need to use commercially available M10 x 60 mm anchors (at least 3) to attach the wall plate to the wall.
• Gather the tools and parts you need before you begin installation.
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Control Pad
The following supplied products are necessary when attaching the Control Pad. Confirm that you have all
items before beginning.
AA size batteries
(x2)
Rubber feet
Port protection
stickers
Control Pad main unit
When installing the Control Pad on a wall and so on, prepare commercially available M4 screws (20 mm x4).
Touch Unit (EB-1430Wi only)
The following supplied products are necessary when attaching the Touch Unit. Confirm that you have all
items before beginning.
Touch Unit/Markers x2 (attached to Touch Unit)
Spacer for screw hole x3
Label x4
Touch Unit connection cable
Tape (approx. 6 cm) for secur‐
ing the marker x12
Infrared deflector
(approx. 28.5 cm) x8
When installing the Touch Unit on a non-magnetic surface, prepare three M4 screws.
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Specifications
Setting plate
Item
Specification
Remark
Setting plate weight
Approx. 8.1 kg
Setting plate (3.0 kg), 3-axis adjustment unit
(1.2 kg), slide plate (0.8 kg), wall plate (2.7 kg),
wall plate cover and end cap (0.4 kg)
Maximum load capacity
7 kg
Forward/backward slide ad‐
justment range
0 to 360 mm
Arm slide adjustment range: 0 to 273 mm
Adjustment for 3-axis adjustment unit instal‐
lation position: 87 mm
Vertical slide adjustment range ±38 mm
Reference
Page
See the fig‐
ure below
See the fig‐
ure below
±3°
Fine adjustments possible with adjustment
dial
s p.40
Horizontal rotation adjustment ±8°
range
Fine adjustments possible with adjustment
dial
s p.40
Vertical tilt adjustment range
±3°
Fine adjustments possible with adjustment
dial
s p.40
Horizontal slide adjustment
range
±45 mm
Horizontal roll adjustment
range
See the fig‐
ure below
Wall plate
The following figure shows three wall plates connected to form one plate (separate when shipped).
[Unit: mm]
* Offset value for the position of the center of the projected image and the center of the wall plate
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Cable routing holes
When routing cables to connect to the projector through a wall, use positions (
figure as the cable routing holes.
) and (
) in the following
Vertical slide adjustment range
[Unit: mm]
Horizontal slide adjustment range
[Unit: mm]
Forward/backward slide adjustment range
Arm slide adjustment range
[Unit: mm]
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Adjustment range for 3-axis adjustment unit installation position
[Unit: mm]
Control Pad
Control Pad (external dimensions/weight)
[Unit: mm]
111
135.9
109.5
104
107
3.5
15.47
149
153.5
29
30.9
11.5
• Weight: approx. 240 g (not including batteries and rubber feet)
• Operating temperature: 0 to +50°C (no condensation)
• Operating temperature: -20 to +60°C (no condensation)
Cable routing holes
When routing cables through a wall, use the position (
) in the following figure as the cable routing hole.
Otherwise, remove the cable cover (
) and route the cables from there. Route the printer cable along the
groove at the back of the Control Pad.
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Touch Unit (EB-1430Wi only)
Touch Unit (external dimensions/weight)
[Unit: mm]
The Touch Unit weighs 450 g.
Attached labels
The Touch Unit is a Class 1 laser product that conforms to the JIS C 6802:2011 standard. There are warning
labels affixed to the Touch Unit to indicate that it is a Class 1 laser product.
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The labels contain the following information.
• CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
• WARNING: Never open any covers on this unit. Laser product inside.
• Warning:
• CAUTION: CLASS 3B INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN.
• AVOID EXPOSURE TO THE BEAM
Laser diffusion port
The laser beam is diffused from the laser diffusion ports at the back of the Touch Unit.
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Projection Distance Table
Figures of Installation Dimensions
To find the appropriate screen size, see the following figures when installing. The values are only rough
estimates.
The recommended range for the projection distance (a) is 62 to 311 mm.
The offset value for the position of the center of the projected image and the center of the wall plate is 70.5
mm.
When the projected image size (S) is 75 inches or more, the scale on the arm slide (b) is equal to the projection
distance (a).
The numbers for (a) and (b) differ if the projected image size (S) is less than 75 inches.
[Unit: mm]
: Projected image size
: Wall plate
: Minimum projection distance (Wide: maxi‐
mum zoom)
to maximum (Tele: minimum zoom)
: Numbers on the arm slide scale
: Screen
: Distance from projected image to wall plate
: Height of projected image
: Distance from surface of screen to wall (100
mm or less)
When installing the Touch Unit (EB-1430Wi only)
When installing the Touch Unit, install it on the screen that is being used for projection.
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You need at least 120 mm distance between the top edge of the projected image and the top edge of the
actual screen to install the Touch Unit.
Caution
Leave the following gaps around the edge of the screen.
• From the top of the projected image to the bottom of the Touch Unit: 25 mm
• From the edges of the projected image to the edges of the screen: At least 100 mm left and right
• From the bottom of the projected image to the bottom of the screen: At least 20 mm
If there are obstacles such as cables, whiteboard trays, holders, or frames within the areas noted above,
the Touch Unit will not operate correctly.
[Unit: mm]
: Projected image size
: Wall plate
: Minimum projection distance (Wide: maxi‐
mum zoom)
to maximum (Tele: minimum zoom)
: Numbers on the arm slide scale
: Screen
: Distance from projected image to wall plate
: Height of projected image
: Distance from surface of screen to wall (100
mm or less)
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Aspect ratio for standard projected image
When installing the Control Pad
When installing the Control Pad, make sure there is enough space in the surrounding area as shown in the
following figure. Because the top cover opens from the left-hand side, you need space on the left-hand side
of the Control Pad.
[Unit: mm]
㻡㻜
㻝㻜㻜
㻡㻜
㻡㻜
When supplying power using batteries, install the Control Pad within the shaded range shown in the following
figure.
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: Center of screen
: Top of projector
: Top of Control Pad
: Bottom of Control Pad
: Remote control light-emitting area
Align the top of the projector with the top of the Control Pad, and point the Control Pad's remote control
light-emitting area at the projector.
c
When installing the Touch Unit, do not install the Control Pad on the projection screen and the
surrounding area (shaded area in the following figure) (EB-1430Wi only). The Touch Unit will not
operate correctly.
[Unit: mm]
When Projected Image is Smaller than 75 Inches
Mount the 3-axis adjustment unit at the position marked with a
stamp (
).
The projection distance table provides the figures when mounting the 3-axis adjustment unit at the position
marked with a
stamp (
). The numbers on the arm slide scale (b) differ from the projection distance (a).
The distance (c) from the projected image to the wall plate is the number given when the vertical slide is set
).
to the standard position (
Match the notch on the setting plate to the position of the stamp on the wall plate.
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16:10 projected image
[Unit: cm]
S
a
b
c
h
Projected image size
Projection Dis‐
tance
Minimum (Wide)
to Maximum
(Tele)
Numbers on the
arm slide scale
Distance from
projected image
to wall plate
Height of projec‐
ted image
60"
129.2x80.8
6.2 - 19.3
14.9 - 28.0
17.4
80.8
61"
131.4x82.1
6.9 - 20.1
15.6 - 28.8
17.7
82.1
62"
133.5x83.5
7.5 - 20.9
16.2 - 29.6
17.9
83.5
63"
135.7x84.8
8.1 - 21.8
16.8 - 30.5
18.2
84.8
64"
137.9x86.2
8.7 - 22.6
17.4 - 31.3
18.5
86.2
65"
140.0x87.5
9.3 - 23.5
18.0 - 32.2
18.7
87.5
66"
142.2x88.8
10.0 - 24.3
18.7 - 33.0
19.0
88.8
67"
144.3x90.2
10.6 - 25.1
19.3 - 33.8
19.3
90.2
68"
146.5x91.5
11.2 - 26.0
19.9 - 34.7
19.5
91.5
69"
148.6x92.9
11.8 - 26.8
20.5 - 35.5
19.8
92.9
70"
150.8x94.2
12.4 - 27.6
21.1 - 36.3
20.1
94.2
71"
152.9x95.6
13.1 - 28.5
21.8 - 37.2
20.3
95.6
72"
155.1x96.9
13.7 - 29.3
22.4 - 38.0
20.6
96.9
73"
157.2x98.3
14.3 - 30.2
23.0 - 38.9
20.9
98.3
74"
159.4x99.6
14.9 - 31.0
23.6 - 39.7
21.1
99.6
Images smaller than 60 inches are not projected correctly.
16:9 projected image
[Unit: cm]
S
a
b
c
h
Projected image size
Projection Dis‐
tance
Minimum (Wide)
to Maximum
(Tele)
Numbers on the
arm slide scale
Distance from
projected image
to wall plate
Height of projec‐
ted image
6.6 - 19.8
15.3 - 28.5
21.7
73.5
59"
130.6x73.5
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S
a
b
c
h
Projected image size
Projection Dis‐
tance
Minimum (Wide)
to Maximum
(Tele)
Numbers on the
arm slide scale
Distance from
projected image
to wall plate
Height of projec‐
ted image
60"
132.8x74.7
7.3 - 20.7
16.0 - 29.4
22.0
74.7
61"
135.0x76.0
7.9 - 21.5
16.6 - 30.2
22.3
76.0
62"
137.3x77.2
8.6 - 22.4
17.3 - 31.1
22.7
77.2
63"
139.5x78.5
9.2 - 23.3
17.9 - 32.0
23.0
78.5
64"
141.7x79.7
9.8 - 24.1
18.5 - 32.8
23.4
79.7
65"
143.9x80.9
10.5 - 25.0
19.2 - 33.7
23.7
80.9
66"
146.1x82.2
11.1 - 25.8
19.8 - 34.5
24.1
82.2
67"
148.3x83.4
11.7 - 26.7
20.4 - 35.4
24.4
83.4
68"
150.5x84.7
12.4 - 27.6
21.1 - 36.3
24.8
84.7
69"
152.8x85.9
13.0 - 28.4
21.7 - 37.1
25.1
85.9
70"
155.0x87.2
13.7 - 29.3
22.4 - 38.0
25.4
87.2
71"
157.2x88.4
14.3 - 30.1
23.0 - 38.8
25.8
88.4
72"
159.4x89.7
14.9 - 31.0
23.6 - 39.7
26.1
89.7
73"
161.6x90.9
15.6 - 31.1
24.3 - 39.8
26.5
90.9
74"
163.8x92.1
16.2 - 31.1
24.9 - 39.8
26.8
92.1
Images smaller than 59 inches are not projected correctly.
4:3 projected image
[Unit: cm]
S
a
b
c
h
Projected image size
Projection Dis‐
tance
Minimum (Wide)
to Maximum
(Tele)
Numbers on the
arm slide scale
Distance from
projected image
to wall plate
Height of projec‐
ted image
53"
107.7x80.8
6.2 - 19.3
14.9 - 28.0
17.4
80.8
54"
109.7x82.3
6.9 - 20.2
15.6 - 28.9
17.7
82.3
55"
111.8x83.8
7.6 - 21.2
16.3 - 29.9
18.0
83.8
56"
113.8x85.3
8.3 - 22.1
17.0 - 30.8
18.3
85.3
57"
115.8x86.9
9.1 - 23.1
17.8 - 31.8
18.6
86.9
58"
117.9x88.4
9.8 - 24.0
18.5 - 32.7
18.9
88.4
59"
119.9x89.9
10.5 - 25.0
19.2 - 33.7
19.2
89.9
60"
121.9x91.4
11.2 - 25.9
19.9 - 34.6
19.5
91.4
61"
124.0x93.0
11.9 - 26.9
20.6 - 35.6
19.8
93.0
62"
126.0x94.5
12.6 - 27.8
21.3 - 36.5
20.1
94.5
63"
128.0x96.0
13.3 - 28.8
22.0 - 37.5
20.4
96.0
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S
a
b
c
h
Projected image size
Projection Dis‐
tance
Minimum (Wide)
to Maximum
(Tele)
Numbers on the
arm slide scale
Distance from
projected image
to wall plate
Height of projec‐
ted image
64"
130.0x97.5
14.0 - 29.7
22.7 - 38.4
20.7
97.5
65"
132.1x99.1
14.7 - 30.7
23.4 - 39.4
21.0
99.1
66"
134.1x100.6
15.4 - 31.1
24.1 - 39.8
21.3
100.6
67"
136.1x102.1
16.1 - 31.1
24.8 - 39.8
21.6
102.1
68"
138.2x103.6
16.8 - 31.1
25.5 - 39.8
21.9
103.6
69"
140.2x105.2
17.5 - 31.1
26.2 - 39.8
22.2
105.2
70"
142.2x106.7
18.2 - 31.1
26.9 - 39.8
22.5
106.7
71"
144.3x108.2
18.9 - 31.1
27.6 - 39.8
22.8
108.2
72"
146.3x109.7
19.6 - 31.1
28.3 - 39.8
23.2
109.7
73"
148.3x111.3
20.3 - 31.1
29.0 - 39.8
23.5
111.3
74"
150.4x112.8
21.0 - 31.1
29.7 - 39.8
23.8
112.8
Images smaller than 53 inches are not projected correctly.
c
• The values are only rough estimates. The value may differ depending on the location where you place
the projector.
• When projecting in Tele, the quality of the projected images may decrease.
• When projecting images at 4:3, the images are resized automatically and the quality of the projected
images may decrease.
When Projected Image is Larger than 75 Inches
Mount the 3-axis adjustment unit at the position marked with a
stamp (
).
The projection distance table provides the figures when mounting the 3-axis adjustment unit at the position
stamp (
). The numbers on the arm slide scale (b) is the same as the projection
marked with a
distance (a).
The distance (c) from the projected image to the wall plate is the number given when the vertical slide is set
).
to the standard position (
Match the notch on the setting plate to the position of the stamp on the wall plate.
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16:10 projected image
[Unit: cm]
S
a
b
c
h
Projected image size
Projection Dis‐
tance
Minimum (Wide)
to Maximum
(Tele)
Numbers on the
arm slide scale
Distance from
projected image
to wall plate
Height of projec‐
ted image
75"
161.5x101.0
15.5 - 31.1
21.4
101.0
76"
163.7x102.3
16.2 - 31.1
21.7
102.3
77"
165.9x103.7
16.8 - 31.1
21.9
103.7
78"
168.0x105.0
17.4 - 31.1
22.2
105.0
79"
170.2x106.3
18.0 - 31.1
22.5
106.3
80"
172.3x107.7
18.7 - 31.1
22.7
107.7
81"
174.5x109.0
19.3 - 31.1
23.0
109.0
82"
176.6x110.4
19.9 - 31.1
23.3
110.4
83"
178.8x111.7
20.5 - 31.1
23.5
111.7
84"
180.9x113.1
21.1 - 31.1
23.8
113.1
85"
183.1x114.4
21.8 - 31.1
24.1
114.4
86"
185.2x115.8
22.4 - 31.1
24.3
115.8
87"
187.4x117.1
23.0 - 31.1
24.6
117.1
88"
189.5x118.5
23.6 - 31.1
24.9
118.5
89"
191.7x119.8
24.2 - 31.1
25.2
119.8
90"
193.9x121.2
24.9 - 31.1
25.4
121.2
91"
196.0x122.5
25.5 - 31.1
25.7
122.5
92"
198.2x123.9
26.1 - 31.1
26.0
123.9
93"
200.3x125.2
26.7 - 31.1
26.2
125.2
94"
202.5x126.5
27.3 - 31.1
26.5
126.5
95"
204.6x127.9
28.0 - 31.1
26.8
127.9
96"
206.8x129.2
28.6 - 31.1
27.0
129.2
97"
208.9x130.6
29.2 - 31.1
27.3
130.6
98"
211.1x131.9
29.8 - 31.1
27.6
131.9
99"
213.2x133.3
30.4 - 31.1
27.8
133.3
100"
215.4x134.6
31.1*
28.1
134.6
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* Figure for Wide (maximum zoom).
Images larger than 100 inches are not projected correctly.
16:9 projected image
[Unit: cm]
S
a
b
c
h
Projected image size
Projection Dis‐
tance
Minimum (Wide)
to Maximum
(Tele)
Numbers on the
arm slide scale
Distance from
projected image
to wall plate
Height of projec‐
ted image
75"
166.0x93.4
16.8 - 31.1
27.2
93.4
76"
168.2x94.6
17.5 - 31.1
27.5
94.6
77"
170.5x95.9
18.1 - 31.1
27.8
95.9
78"
172.7x97.1
18.8 - 31.1
28.2
97.1
79"
174.9x98.4
19.4 - 31.1
28.5
98.4
80"
177.1x99.6
20.0 - 31.1
28.9
99.6
81"
179.3x100.9
20.7 - 31.1
29.2
100.9
82"
181.5x102.1
21.3 - 31.1
29.6
102.1
83"
183.7x103.4
21.9 - 31.1
29.9
103.4
84"
186.0x104.6
22.6 - 31.1
30.3
104.6
85"
188.2x105.8
23.2 - 31.1
30.6
105.8
86"
190.4x107.1
23.9 - 31.1
30.9
107.1
87"
192.6x108.3
24.5 - 31.1
31.3
108.3
88"
194.8x109.6
25.1 - 31.1
31.6
109.6
89"
197.0x110.8
25.8 - 31.1
32.0
110.8
90"
199.2x112.1
26.4 - 31.1
32.3
112.1
91"
201.5x113.3
27.0 - 31.1
32.7
113.3
92"
203.7x114.6
27.7 - 31.1
33.0
114.6
93"
205.9x115.8
28.3 - 31.1
33.3
115.8
94"
208.1x117.1
29.0 - 31.1
33.7
117.1
95"
210.3x118.3
29.6 - 31.1
34.0
118.3
96"
212.5x119.5
30.2 - 31.1
34.4
119.5
97"
214.7x120.8
30.9 - 31.1
34.7
120.8
Images larger than 97 inches are not projected correctly.
4:3 projected image
[Unit: cm]
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S
a
b
c
h
Projected image size
Projection Dis‐
tance
Minimum (Wide)
to Maximum
(Tele)
Numbers on the
arm slide scale
Distance from
projected image
to wall plate
Height of projec‐
ted image
75"
152.4x114.3
21.7 - 31.1
24.1
114.3
76"
154.4x115.8
22.4 - 31.1
24.4
115.8
77"
156.5x117.3
23.1 - 31.1
24.7
117.3
78"
158.5x118.9
23.8 - 31.1
25.0
118.9
79"
160.5x120.4
24.5 - 31.1
25.3
120.4
80"
162.6x121.9
25.2 - 31.1
25.6
121.9
81"
164.6x123.4
25.9 - 31.1
25.9
123.4
82"
166.6x125.0
26.6 - 31.1
26.2
125.0
83"
168.7x126.5
27.3 - 31.1
26.5
126.5
84"
170.7x128.0
28.0 - 31.1
26.8
128.0
85"
172.7x129.5
28.7 - 31.1
27.1
129.5
86"
174.8x131.1
29.4 - 31.1
27.4
131.1
87"
176.8x132.6
30.1 - 31.1
27.7
132.6
88"
178.8x134.1
30.8 - 31.1
28.0
134.1
Images larger than 88 inches are not projected correctly.
c
• The values are only rough estimates. The value may differ depending on the location where you place
the projector.
• When projecting in Tele, the quality of the projected images may decrease.
• When projecting images at 4:3, the images are resized automatically and the quality of the projected
images may decrease.
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Installation Guide
Installing the Setting Plate
Connecting Devices
Necessary cables
Prepare the necessary cables according to the devices being used.
•
•
•
•
Power cord supplied (necessary)
USB cable supplied
Touch Unit connection cable supplied (EB-1430Wi only)
Optional computer cables, Remote control cable set, and other cables (prepare according to the connected devices)
For details, see the projector's User's Guide (on the Document CD-ROM).
Necessary cables when using the Easy Interactive Function
When performing mouse operations using the Easy Interactive Function, you need a power cord and USB
cable. Even when projecting using a computer cable, a USB cable is necessary to perform mouse operations.
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Installation Guide
Necessary cables when installing the Control Pad
• When projecting images from a USB storage device, or when saving data to the USB storage device, you need the
USB cable supplied (
).
• When supplying power from the projector, you need the optional Remote control cable set (ELPKC28) (
).
• When projecting computer images (USB Display), or performing mouse operations using the Easy Interactive
Function, you need the USB cable supplied (
).
• When printing the projected image, you need the USB cable supplied. To connect the Control Pad and the printer,
use the USB cable supplied with the printer (
).
c projector.
The following Epson projectors can be connected to the Control Pad. Check the rating label on the
•
•
•
•
H480x (where x is one letter from A to Z)
H481x (where x is one letter from A to Z)
H612x (where x is one letter from A to Z)
H665x (where x is one letter from A to Z)
This information is current as of May 30th, 2014. If you want to connect a different projector or if you
have any queries, contact your local dealer from the Epson Projector Contact List provided on the
Document CD-ROM.
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Installation Guide
Necessary cables when installing the Touch Unit (EB-1430Wi only)
You need the supplied Touch Unit connection cable when installing the Touch Unit and connecting it to the
projector. Operations are not performed correctly with a commercially available cable.
The shape of the plug that connects to the projector and the plug that connects to the Touch Unit differ. See
the following figure to connect to the correct ports.
Prepare cables for the connected devices (example)
Document camera
Computer
Dedicated USB cable (supplied with document cam‐
era)
Computer cable (optional accessory)
External speakers
LAN device
Audio cable (commercially available)
LAN cable (commercially available)
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Installation Guide
Installation Procedure
Make sure to follow the steps below to install the setting plate. If these steps are not followed, the product
could fall and cause personal injury or property damage.
Warning
Do not use adhesives, lubricants, or oils to install or adjust the setting plate. If you use adhesives to prevent
the screws from loosening or things such as lubricants or oils on the slide plate fixing part of the projector,
the case may crack and cause the projector to fall, resulting in personal injury or property damage.
Disassemble the parts
Remove the M4 bolts (x2), and then remove the slide plate from the 3-axis adjustment unit.
Assemble the parts
a
Assemble the three wall plates into one unit, and secure them with the M4 bolts (x6)
supplied
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Installation Guide
b
Secure the slide plate to the base of the projector with the M4 bolts (x4) supplied
Bolt installation positions
c
Attach the 3-axis adjustment unit to the setting plate with the M4 bolts (x4) supplied
• When a projected image is smaller than 75 inches: Mount the unit at the
• When a projected image is larger than 75 inches: Mount the unit at the
: Smaller than 75 inches
stamp (
stamp (
).
).
: Larger than 75 inches
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Installation Guide
Install the wall plate on the wall
a
Determine the projection position based on the projected image size
See the projection distance table to calculate the projected image size (S) and the distance (c) from
the projected image to the wall plate.
s "Projection Distance Table" p.17
We recommend marking the following positions. These will be the basis for determining the mounting
position of the wall plate.
• Height (
• Center line (
) of the distance (c) between the top edge of the projected image and the wall plate
) of the projected image
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Installation Guide
b
Attach the template sheet to the wall
• Match the center line (
) checked in step 1 to the Image Center line on the template sheet.
Confirm where the beams are within the wall, and shift the position left or right as necessary.
(The position can be shifted horizontally left or right from the center line of the projection surface up to a
maximum of 45 mm.)
• Match the height (
) checked in step 1 to the
line on the template sheet.
[Unit: mm]
c
Determine the positions for the mounting holes for the wall plate
Secure the wall plate in at least three points.
• If securing the wall plate in four places, make the holes indicated by A or B in the figure.
• If securing the wall plate in three places, make the holes indicated by C in the figure.
Four mounting holes
Three mounting holes
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Installation Guide
d
Drill the holes in the wall
e
Remove the template sheet, and clean the concrete dust from the holes with a dust pump
f
Position the wall plate on the wall and insert M10 x 60 mm commercially available anchors
into the holes
Drill diameter: 10.5 mm
Pilot hole depth: 45 mm
Anchor hole depth: 40 mm
Attach the nut and tap it with a hammer
until the core touches the top of the an‐
chor.
g
Tighten the nut with a commercially available spanner to secure the wall plate to the wall
Determine the projection distance, and then pass the cables through the setting plate
a
Check the following values in the projection distance table
• Numbers on the arm slide scale (b)
• Distance from surface of screen to wall (x)
s "Projection Distance Table" p.17
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Installation Guide
b
Loosen the M4 bolts (x2) and extend the arm slide on the setting plate
c
Route the necessary cables through the setting plate
Align the slider with the combined distances of (b) and (x) that you checked in step 1.
See the following figure to route the cables so that the ends of the cables that connect to the projector
are on the projector's interface side.
Warning
Do not hang the rest of the cable over the setting plate. They could fall and cause an accident.
c
• Route the cables connected to the Control Pad through the setting plate.
• Route the cables connected to the Touch Unit through the setting plate (EB-1430Wi only). Route
the cable so that the end that connects to the Touch Unit appears from the lower part of the
setting plate.
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Installation Guide
Attaching the setting plate to the wall plate
a
Insert the hexagonal axis into the setting plate
b
Mount the setting plate to the wall plate
Insert the top of the hexagonal axis into the wall plate, and then insert the M8 bolt into the slot at the
bottom.
Caution
• Do not wire the Touch Unit connection cable into the wall (EB-1430Wi only). If it is wired into the wall,
it cannot be connected to the Touch Unit.
• Take care not to trap the cables between the setting plate and wall plate.
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Installation Guide
c
Secure the setting plate and the wall plate
d
Adjust the vertical slide with the open-ended spanner, and align it with the standard
)
position (
Secure the supplied M6 screws (x3) with a commercially available No.3 cross-head screwdriver, and
then lightly tighten the supplied M6 bolt (x1) with the spanner.
• Tightening the hexagonal axis at the top (
• Tightening the M8 bolt at the bottom (
) raises the setting plate, and loosening the axis lowers it.
) lowers the setting plate, and loosening the bolt raises it.
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Installation Guide
e
Tighten the M6 bolt (x1) to fix the setting plate in position
Securing the projector to the setting plate
a
Loosen the screws (x2) and remove the cable cover from the projector
b
Insert the slide plate into the setting plate from the interface side of the projector
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Installation Guide
c
Align the 3-axis adjustment unit with the slide plate's standard position (
d
Tighten the supplied M4 bolts (x2)
(
) indicates the screw holes for the bolts.
39
)
Installation Guide
e
Connect the cables to the projector
Attach the Wireless LAN unit supplied to the wireless LAN unit's installation section.
c
• Connect the power cord last.
• When connecting to the Audio1, Audio Out, and Computer ports, we recommend connecting cables
to the ports in the following order: Audio1, Audio Out, and then Computer.
Adjusting the Projected Image
Follow the procedures below to adjust the projected image.
a Adjusting the Projection Position (s p.40)
b Fine-tuning the Focus (s p.46)
c Calibrating the Pen (s p.47)
Adjusting the Projection Position
• Do not make adjustments using the projector's Keystone function. Doing so may result in a reduction in image quality.
• When setting up multiple projectors using the batch setup function, perform this procedure before adjusting the
projected image.
s "Batch Setup Function" p.75
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Installation Guide
a
Press the [t] button on the remote control or the control panel to turn on the projector
Using the Remote Control
Using the Control Panel
Caution
While projecting, do not put your face or hands near the air exhaust vent, and do not place objects
that may become warped or damaged by heat near the vent. Hot air from the air exhaust vent could
cause burns, warping, or accidents to occur.
b
Change the aspect ratio of the projected image (only when necessary)
Project images from a connected device, and then press the [Aspect] button on the remote control.
Each time you press the button, the aspect name is displayed on the screen and the aspect ratio
changes.
Using the Remote Control
c
• For details on connecting to devices and projecting images, see the Quick Start Guide.
• The aspect ratio does not change when no images are being projected from the connected
device.
• You can also change the aspect ratio from Signal - Aspect from the Configuration menu.
s Projector's User's Guide - Configuration menu
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Installation Guide
c
Press the following buttons to display the guidance screen
• Using the Remote Control
Press the [Help], and then press [
].
• Using the Control Panel
Press the [Help], and then press the [Wide] button.
The guidance screen is displayed.
d
Open the air filter cover, and then adjust the focus using the focus lever
After you finish making adjustments, close the air filter cover.
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Installation Guide
e
Loosen the M4 screw (x1) with the hexagon wrench, and then adjust the horizontal roll
with the adjustment dial
c
Repeat steps 5 to 10 as necessary.
After you finish making adjustments, tighten the M4 screw that you loosened.
f
Loosen the M4 screws (x2) with the hexagon wrench, and then adjust the horizontal
rotation with the adjustment dial
After you finish making adjustments, tighten the M4 screws that you loosened.
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Installation Guide
g
Loosen the M4 screw (x1) with the hexagon wrench, and then adjust the vertical tilt with
the adjustment dial
After you finish making adjustments, tighten the M4 screw that you loosened.
h
Loosen the M4 bolts (x2) with the hexagon wrench, and then adjust the horizontal slide
After you finish making adjustments, tighten the M4 bolts that you loosened.
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Installation Guide
i
Loosen the M4 bolts (x2) with the hexagon wrench, and then adjust the forward/backward
slide
After you finish making adjustments, tighten the M4 bolts that you loosened.
j
Loosen the M6 bolt (x1) with the open-ended spanner, and then adjust the vertical slide
Adjust the vertical slide with the hexagonal axis at the top or the bottom.
• Tightening the hexagonal axis at the top raises the setting plate, and loosening the axis lowers it.
• Tightening the M8 bolt at the bottom lowers the setting plate, and loosening the bolt raises it.
After you finish making adjustments, tighten the M6 bolt that you loosened.
k
Make sure that all of the bolts that you loosened in steps 5 to 10 are securely tightened
Warning
Tighten all bolts and screws firmly. Otherwise, the product may fall and cause personal injury or
property damage.
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Installation Guide
l
Press the [Esc] button on the remote control or the control panel to remove the guidance
screen
Fine-tuning the Focus
a
Turn on the projector, and then press the [Menu] button
b
Select Pattern from Settings
c
Select Test Pattern
Using the Remote Control
Using the Control Panel
When displaying on a 4:3 screen, set Pattern Type to Pattern 5, and then select Pattern Display.
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Installation Guide
d
Adjust the focus to match the focus in the following figure (
)
Open the air filter cover, and then adjust the focus.
s "Adjusting the Projection Position" p.40
) is in focus, check the (
When (
) areas are uniform.
until the (
) areas. If any of the (
) areas are out of focus, adjust the focus
After you finish making adjustments, close the air filter cover.
e
Press the [Esc] button on the remote control or the control panel to remove the Test Pattern
Calibrating the pen
Check that adjusting the projected image is complete before you start calibrating the interactive pen.
s "Adjusting the Projected Image" p.40
There are two methods available for calibrating the pen; Auto Calibration and Manual Calibration. When
calibrating the pen for the first time after installing the projector, perform Manual Calibration for optimum
calibration.
For the Auto Calibration method, see the projector's User's Guide (on the Document CD-ROM).
a
Turn on the projector, and then press the [Menu] button
Using the Remote Control
Using the Control Panel
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b
Select Easy Interactive Function from Extended
c
Select Manual Calibration
d
Check that the screen is in focus, and then select Yes
A green dot is displayed at the top left of the projection screen.
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e
Touch the center of the dot with the pen tip button
The dot disappears and moves to the next position.
c
Make sure you touch the center of the dot. Otherwise, it may not be positioned correctly.
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f
Repeat step 5 until all of the dots disappear
The dot appears at the top left first and then moves towards the bottom right.
When all of the dots disappear, calibration is complete.
c
• Check that there are no obstacles between the interactive pen and the Easy Interactive Function
receiver (
).
• If you touch the wrong position, press the [Esc] button on the remote control to return to the
previous dot.
• To cancel calibration, hold down the [Esc] button for two seconds.
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Attaching the Covers
a
Attach the wall plate covers
on the cable configurations, you may need to cut notches (
) in the wall plate
c Depending
covers to route the cables. Perform deburring on the cut sides to smooth off any sharp edges.
Make sure you do not damage the cables when routing them through the cut holes.
Also, make sure you operate the cutter safely.
b
Place the end cap with the concave portion facing up
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c
Attach the cable cover to the projector, and then secure it with the screws (x2)
Caution
Only a specialist should remove or reinstall the projector, including for maintenance and repairs. See the
projector's User's Guide for instructions on maintenance and repairs.
Warning
• Never loosen the bolts and nuts after installation. Confirm that the screws have not become loose on a regular
basis. If you find any loose screws, tighten them firmly. Otherwise, the product may fall and cause personal
injury or property damage.
• Do not hang on this product or hang a heavy object on this product. If this product falls, it could cause death
or personal injury.
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Installing the Control Pad
Installation Procedure
See the following for the Control Pad installation location.
s "Control Pad installation location" p.5
s "When installing the Control Pad" p.19
a
Remove the cable cover
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b
Check the installation location, and secure with commercially available M4 screws (20 mm
x4)
Secure the Control Pad with commercially available M4 screws (20 mm x4)
Warning
• Secure so that the screws are not angled on the installation side.
• Make sure the Control Pad is firmly secured.
• Do not secure the Control Pad with double-sided sticky tape or magnets.
c
• We recommend checking the Control Pad operations before securing it with the screws.
• When installing the Control Pad on a table, attach the rubber feet (x4) supplied to the base of
the Control Pad to prevent it from slipping.
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c
Supply power using the batteries supplied (x2)
Caution
Before handling the batteries, read the Safety Instructions on the Document CD-ROM.
c
• Obtain two AA size manganese or alkaline (recommended) batteries. Do not use any other type
of battery. Rechargeable batteries cannot be used.
• When supplying power from the projector, connect the optional Remote control cable set
(ELPKC28) to the projector's Remote port and the Control Pad's Remote port. When supplying
power from the projector, do not install batteries in the Control Pad.
d
Connect the Control Pad ports to the cables connected to the projector as necessary.
See the following for the cable connection methods.
s "Necessary cables when installing the Control Pad" p.28
e
Stick the port protection stickers supplied on the ports that are not being used by the
Control Pad.
f
Attach the cable cover
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Installing the Touch Unit (EB-1430Wi only)
Check that the following procedures have been completed before installing the Touch Unit.
• Installing the Projector (s p.27)
• Adjusting the Projected Image (s p.40)
• Calibrating the Interactive Pen (s p.47)
About installation
• There are magnets built into the back of the Touch Unit. Normally, the Touch Unit should be installed by attaching
the magnets to the screen.
• If the magnets cannot be attached to a screen, use commercially available M4 screws (x3).
• Attach the Touch Unit to the same level surface as the screen surface.
• Attach the Touch Unit to a flat, smooth, unwarped surface. If there is unevenness on the screen surface of more than
5 mm, the position of your fingers is not detected, and touch operations may not be performed correctly.
Installation Procedure
Install the Touch Unit, and then connect to the projector.
Caution
Only connect the Touch Unit to the EB-1430Wi. Do not connect it to any other projectors or devices.
a
Turn on the projector, and then press the [Menu] button
b
Select Easy Interactive Function from Extended
Using the Remote Control
Using the Control Panel
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c
Select Touch Unit Setup
d
Select Installation Pattern
The installation pattern is displayed on the projected image.
e
Loosen the screw at the bottom of the dial cover using a commercially available No.2 crosshead screwdriver
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f
Slide the dial cover down to remove it
g
Remove the markers (x2) from the Touch Unit
Use the removed markers to perform angle adjustment for laser diffusion after installing the Touch Unit.
h
Determine the installation position for the Touch Unit
We recommend marking the following installation positions to make installation easier.
(
): Center line of installation pattern. Align with the center line of the Touch Unit (
(
): 25 mm from the top edge of the projected image. Align with the bottom edge of the Touch Unit.
).
[Unit: mm]
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i
Secure the Touch Unit
• Magnetic screens: Place the back of the Touch Unit on the screen surface, and then secure.
Caution
When installing the Touch Unit on a magnetic surface, be careful not to trap your fingers or any
other part of your body between the magnets and the installation surface. Powerful magnets are
used which can cause injury if you trap your fingers.
• Non-magnetic screens: Attach spacers and secure with M4 screws (x3).
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[Unit: mm]
Screw hole cross-section
j
Connect the Touch Unit connection cable that is connected to the projector to the TCH
port on the Touch Unit
Angle Adjustment
Adjust the angle of the laser light coming from the Touch Unit so that the Touch Unit can detect the position
of your fingers.
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c
Before adjusting the angle, make sure that interactive pen calibration is complete.
s "Calibrating the pen" p.47
a
Select Easy Interactive Function in Extended from the projector's Configuration menu
b
Select Touch Unit Setup
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c
Set Power to On
The Touch Unit power turns on and the indicator is lit blue.
Warning
Do not look into the projector's projection window or the Touch Unit's laser diffusion ports. This
could cause damage to eyesight due to the powerful laser light emitted.
c
When Power is set to On, the next time the projector is turned on, the Touch Unit automatically
turns on.
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d
Select Angle Adjustment
The following screen is displayed.
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e
Turn the adjustment dials on the Touch Unit counterclockwise until you hear a clicking
sound
When you hear a clicking sound coming from the adjustment dial, stop turning, and then press the
[ ] button on the remote control. The following screen is displayed.
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f
Attach the two markers that you removed from the Touch Unit to the marker positions
(
)(
) on the projection screen
Match the positions so that the crosses (
(
)(
) for the markers overlap with the points (
) for the
).
When pointers (
)(
) with the same color as the marker positions are displayed on the left and
right of the projection screen, attach the markers to the projection screen.
• Magnetic screens: Place the bottom of the markers onto the screen.
• Non-magnetic screens: Use the supplied tape to secure the markers. Attach the tape so that the either end of
marker does not come loose off the screen.
Correct
Incorrect
If other objects are on the projected image, angle adjustment may not be
c adjustment.
performed correctly.
Do not place anything other than the markers near the projected image during angle
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g
Turn the adjustment dials on the Touch Unit to move the pointers (
overlap with the target (
)(
)(
) so that they
) of the same color on either side
When you turn the adjustment dial clockwise, the pointer moves diagonally up towards the center of
the projected image.
When you turn the adjustment dial counterclockwise, the pointer moves diagonally down away from
the center of the projected image.
When the pointers overlap in the correct position, the colors become solid (
c
)(
).
• If you hear a clicking sound from the dial, the pointer does not move any further.
• When turning the dials, make sure shadows from your arm or body do not overlap with the
markers.
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h
When the pointers on the left and right become solid colors (
button on the remote control
)(
), press the [
]
The following screen is displayed.
i
Place the markers at the top marker positions [1] (
)(
)
When angle adjustment is performed correctly, the upper pointers become solid colors (
If the upper pointers do not become solid colors (
67
)(
), start again from step 4.
)(
).
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j
Place the markers at the bottom marker positions [2] (
)(
)
When angle adjustment is performed correctly, the bottom pointers become solid colors (
If the bottom pointers do not become solid colors (
k
)(
68
).
), start again from step 4.
When you have finished checking, remove the markers, and then press the [
the remote control
The following screen is displayed.
)(
] button on
Installation Guide
l
Trace the dots (
) with your finger
When angle adjustment is performed correctly, the dots you have traced disappear.
c
Touch operations may not perform correctly if you are wearing artificial nails or nail polish, or
if your fingers are obstructed by bandages and so on.
When all of the dots have disappeared, press the [
step 14.
] button on the remote control, and then go to
If some dots remain as shown in the following figure, check the following points.
• Remove any obstacles that are around the projection screen. After removing any obstacles, press the [
] or
] button on the remote control, and then perform step 12 again.
[
• If the dots still remain after removing obstacles, turn the adjustment dials about a quarter turn
] or [
] button on the remote control, and then perform step 12
counterclockwise. Next, press the [
again.
• Go to step 13 if dots still remain even after performing this step, or there are obstacles that cannot be removed
such as whiteboard trays or frames.
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m
Stick the infrared deflectors supplied so that the laser is not reflected by the obstacle (only
if there is an obstacle near the projection screen that cannot be moved)
Stick the deflectors between the dots and the obstacle. Adjust the number of deflectors according to
the number of dots.
Remove the tape from the back of the infrared deflectors, and stick them on the screen.
c
• Do not remove an infrared deflector once it has been stuck in place. This can weaken the adhesive
strength of the tape.
• Do not stick tape or place anything on the infrared deflectors. The infrared deflector will not
function correctly.
After placing the infrared deflectors, press the [
perform step 12 again.
] or [
] button on the remote control, and then
If the dots do not disappear even after attaching the infrared deflectors, turn the adjustment dials
about a quarter turn counterclockwise. Next, press the [
] or [
] button on the remote control,
and then perform step 12 again.
If the dots do not disappear even after performing the above procedures, contact your local dealer
from the Epson Projector Contact List provided on the Document CD-ROM.
n
Store the markers in the Touch Unit
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o
Attach the labels at the tabs on either side of the Touch Unit
Match the center of the labels with the tabs on the Touch Unit.
c
p
If the Touch Unit moves out of position, use the labels to reinstall it at the correct position.
Attach the dial cover, and then tighten the screw at the bottom of the dial cover
Touch Calibration
Perform touch calibration so that the projector can recognize touch operations precisely.
a
Press the projector's [Menu] button
Using the Remote Control
Using the Control Panel
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b
Select Easy Interactive Function from Extended
c
Select Touch Unit Setup
d
Select Touch Calibration
The focus adjustment message is displayed.
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e
Check that the screen is in focus, and then select Yes
A dot is displayed at the top left of the projection screen.
f
Touch the center of the dot with your finger
When the dot disappears and moves to the next position, remove your finger.
c
• Make sure you touch the center of the dot. Otherwise, it may not be positioned correctly.
• Do not touch with anything else except the tip of your finger.
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g
Repeat step 6 until all of the dots disappear
When all of the dots disappear, touch calibration is complete.
c
• If you touch the wrong position, press the [Esc] button on the remote control or control panel.
This returns you to the previous dot. You cannot go back by two dots.
• To cancel touch calibration, hold down the [Esc] button for two seconds.
• It may take several seconds after all of the dots have disappeared until touch calibration is
complete.
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Batch Setup Function
Once the Configuration menu content has been set for one projector, you can use it to perform batch setup
for multiple projectors (batch setup function). The batch setup function is only for projectors with the same
model number.
Use one of the following methods.
• Setup using a USB flash drive.
• Setup using EasyMP Network Updater.
This guide explains how to use a USB flash drive.
c
• The following content is not reflected by the batch setup function.
• Network menu settings (except for the Mail menu and the Others menu)
• Lamp Hours and Status from the Info menu
• Perform batch setup before adjusting the projected image. Adjustment values for the projected image,
such as Keystone, are reflected by the batch setup function. If batch setup is performed after adjusting
the projected image, the adjustments you made may change.
• By using the batch setup function, the registered User's Logo is set for the other projectors. Do not
register confidential information and so on as the User's Logo.
Caution
Performing batch setup is the customers responsibility. If batch setup fails due to a power failure,
communication error, and so on, the customer is responsible for any repair costs incurred.
Saving settings to the USB flash drive
c
• Use a FAT format USB flash drive.
• The batch setup function cannot be used by USB flash drives that incorporate security functions. Use
a USB flash drive that does not incorporate security functions.
• The batch setup function cannot be used by USB card readers or USB hard disks.
a
Disconnect the power cord from the projector, and check that all of the projector's
indicators have turned off
b
Connect the USB flash drive to the projector's USB-A port
c
• Do not connect a USB flash drive to the
port.
• Connect the USB flash drive directly to the projector. If the USB flash drive is connected to the
projector through a USB hub, the settings may not be saved correctly.
• Connect an empty USB flash drive. If the USB flash drive contains data other than the batch setup
file, the settings may not be saved correctly.
• If you have saved a batch setup file from another projector to the USB flash drive, delete the file
or change the file name. The batch setup function cannot overwrite a batch setup file.
• The file name for the batch setup file is PJCONFDATA.bin. If you need to change the file name,
add text after PJCONFDATA. If you change the PJCONFDATA section of the file name, the
projector may not be able to recognize the file correctly.
• You can only use single-byte characters for the file name.
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c
While holding down the [Esc] button on the remote control or the control panel, connect
the power cord to the projector
The status indicator and the power indicator turn blue, and the lamp indicator and the temperature
indicator turn orange.
When all of the projector's indicators turn on, release the [Esc] button.
When all of the indicators start flashing, the batch setup file is being written.
Caution
• Do not disconnect the power cord from the projector while the file is being written. If the power cord
is disconnected, the projector may not start correctly.
• Do not disconnect the USB flash drive from the projector while the file is being written. If the USB flash
drive is disconnected, the projector may not start correctly.
When writing completes normally, the projector turns off, and only the power indicator is lit blue.
When the power turns off, remove the USB flash drive.
Reflecting saved settings to other projectors
a
Disconnect the power cord from the projector, and check that all of the projector's
indicators have turned off
b
Connect the USB flash drive containing the saved batch setup file to the projector's USB-A
port
c
• Do not connect a USB flash drive to the
port.
• When the USB flash drive contains 1 to 3 types of batch setup files, the file is reflected to the
projector with the same model number. If there are multiple files for a projector with the same
model number, the settings may not be reflected correctly.
• When there are four or more types of batch setup files on the USB flash drive, the settings may
not be reflected correctly.
• Do not store any data except for the batch setup file on the USB flash drive. If the USB flash drive
contains data other than the batch setup file, the settings may not be reflected correctly.
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c
While holding down the [Menu] button on the remote control or the control panel, connect
the power cord to the projector
The status indicator and the power indicator turn blue, and the lamp indicator and the temperature
indicator turn orange.
When all of the projector's indicators turn on, release the [Menu] button. The indicators turn on for
approximately 75 seconds.
When all of the indicators start flashing, the settings are being written.
Caution
• Do not disconnect the power cord from the projector while the settings are being written. If the power
cord is disconnected, the projector may not start correctly.
• Do not disconnect the USB flash drive from the projector while the settings are being written. If the
USB flash drive is disconnected, the projector may not start correctly.
When writing completes normally, the projector turns off, and only the power indicator is lit blue.
When the power turns off, remove the USB flash drive.
When Setup Fails
Check
Remedy
Are the lamp indicator and the tempera‐
ture indicator flashing orange quickly?
The batch setup file may be corrupt, or the USB flash drive may not
be connected correctly. Disconnect the USB flash drive, unplug and
then plug in the projector's power cord, and then try again.
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Check
Remedy
Are the power indicator and the status in‐
dicator flashing blue quickly, and the lamp
indicator and the temperature indicator
flashing orange quickly?
Writing the settings may have failed and an error may have occurred
in the projector's firmware. Stop using the projector, remove the
power plug from the electrical outlet, and contact your local dealer
or the nearest address provided in the Epson Projector Contact List.
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Using the Interactive Function when Multiple
Projectors are Installed
When using the interactive pen in the same room as multiple projectors, infrared interference may cause pen
operations to become unstable. Interactive pen operations are stabilized by linking the projectors using
cables.
By using the optional Remote control cable set (ELPKC28), you can connect the SYNC ports on the projectors
in series. After connecting the ports, set Extended - Easy Interactive Function - Advanced - Sync of
Projectors to Wired from the Configuration menu.
For details, see the projector's User's Guide (on the Document CD-ROM).
c
• The SYNC port has an IN and OUT socket. When you connect one end of the cable to an IN socket,
connect the other end to an OUT socket.
• When connecting three or more projectors, you do not need to connect the first projector to the last
projector.
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Attaching a Security Cable
A commercially available theft-prevention wire lock can be attached to this product.
Pass the wire for the theft-prevention wire lock through the security cable installation points on the projector
and the setting plate. See the user's guide supplied with the wire lock for locking instructions.
The security slot on this product is compatible with the Microsaver Security System manufactured by
Kensington. See the following for more details on the Microsaver Security System.
http://www.kensington.com/
Projector
Touch Unit (EB-1430Wi only)
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General Notice
OS X is a trademark of Apple Inc.
Microsoft and Windows are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States
and/or other countries.
©SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION 2014. All rights reserved.
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