Basic Guide. Canon XEED 4K501ST, REALiS LCOS 4K501ST

Basic Guide. Canon XEED 4K501ST, REALiS LCOS 4K501ST

Basic Guide

Safety Instructions

Before Use

Installation Procedure

Connection Procedure

Projection Procedure

Convenient Features

Using Menus

Menu Configuration

Menu Settings

Using the Projector on a

Network

Advanced Projection

Maintenance

Product Specifications

Troubleshooting

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Installation Procedure

Before setting up the projector, be sure to read “Before Installation” ( P19 ).

Setting Up the Projector

Positioning the Projector in Front of the Screen

Place the projector in front of the screen.

• To avoid keystone distortion, install the projector so that it is at right angles to the screen.

• The screen must not be exposed to direct sunlight or light from lighting equipment.

In a bright room, it is recommended that lights be turned off, curtains be drawn, and other steps taken to make the screen easier to see.

• Colors may appear distorted when images are viewed from the side on some screens. For best results, use a matte screen with a wide viewing angle.

Screen

Optical axis

Floor Installation

To adjust the projection position when the projector is installed on the floor, use the

lens shift function ( P50

,

P70 ) to adjust the image up / down / left / right.

For information about the relationship between screen size and projection distance, refer to

page 49

.

Lens shift

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Installation Procedure

Installation on High Surfaces

Using the lens shift function ( P50 ), you can project images toward a lower level.

When setting the projector on a high surface for projection, make sure the surface is flat and stable, and install the projector right-side up with the adjustable feet facing down.

The projector may fall and cause accidents or injury.

Ceiling Mounting or Rear Projection

You can mount the projector on the ceiling (ceiling mounting) or place it behind the screen (rear projection) if you use a translucent screen.

Ceiling mounting

Rear projection

When mounting the projector on the ceiling, it is more convenient to install the projector right-side up, with the adjustable feet facing down.

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Installation Procedure

Ceiling Mounting with Ceiling Attachment

RS-CL15

This product (RS-CL15) is exclusively for ceiling mounting.

Do not use for any purpose other than ceiling mounting.

Structure of Ceiling Attachment RS-CL15

Parts Included with RS-CL15

Weight: RS-CL15 (6.9 kg/15.2 lbs)

Ceiling-mount bracket and Joint fitting

Base bracket

Ceiling-mount bracket

Joint fitting

The Ceiling-mount bracket must be separated from the Joint fitting, before installation.

Template sheet for a ceiling-mount hole: 2 shts.

Use the template sheet (T2) for the projector.

T1 T2

M6 screw (25 mm/1.0"): 4 pcs.

M5 screw (12 mm/0.5"): 4 pcs.

M4 screw (15 mm/0.6"): 10 pcs.

Anti-fall wires: 2 pcs.

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Washer (Toothed Lock Washer): 1 pc.

Assembly/Installation Manual

(this manual): 1

Installation Procedure

Extension pipe RS-CL08 / RS-CL09 (option)

Weight: RS-CL08 (2.2 kg/4.9 lbs)/RS-CL09 (3.4 kg/7.5 lbs)

Use an optional extension pipe (RS-CL08 / RS-CL09) according to the ceiling height. For details, contact our local agent.

RS-CL08

Outer/inner pipes and outer/inner covers

M5 screw (12 mm/0.5") : 4 pcs.

M3 screw (10 mm/0.4") : 1 pc.

* The length is adjustable between 35 cm/1.1' and 55 cm/1.9' in steps of 5 cm/0.2'.

RS-CL09

Outer/inner pipes and outer/inner covers

M5 screw (12 mm/0.5") : 4 pcs.

M3 screw (10 mm/0.4") : 1 pc.

* The length is adjustable between 55 cm/1.9' and 95 cm/3.1' in steps of 5 cm/0.2'.

x 4 x 4

Mounting Position

Install the projector straight in front of the screen. You can adjust the screen position using the lens shift feature.

• Before mounting the Ceiling Attachment, be sure to check the strength of the ceiling. The ceiling should be strong enough to support the projector and Ceiling Attachment (and optional extension pipe). If the ceiling is not strong enough, be sure to reinforce it. The projector may fall and you may get injured.

• Make sure to perform the installation operation by at least two persons. Please be careful not to drop any object and pinch a finger during the installation operation.

• To prevent falling caused by earthquake or vibration, take anti-fall measures using tension wires or the like for installation. The projector may fall and you may get injured.

• At least 50 cm (1.6') around the intake and 50 cm (1.6') around the vent should be clear. Otherwise, it may damage the projector due to bad exhaust ventilation.

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Installation Procedure

Installation Dimensions

Projection

Distance

Height

298 mm

(11.7")

236 mm

(9.3")

534 mm (21.0")

Side view

279 mm

(11.0")

263 mm

(10.4")

236 mm

(9.3")

227 mm

(8.9")

100 mm

(3.9")

113 mm

(4.4")

470 mm (18.5")

Front view

230 mm

(9.1")

235 mm

(9.3")

113 mm

(4.4")

230 mm

(9.1")

235 mm

(9.3")

Top view

Distance from ceiling to lens center ( )

RS-CL15

22.9 cm (9.0")

When RS-CL08 is used

57.9 cm (22.8") to

77.9 cm (30.7")

Ceiling-mount bracket

100 mm

(3.9")

100 mm

(3.9")

When RS-CL09 is used

77.9 cm (30.7") to

117.9 cm (46.4")

80 mm

(3.1")

80 mm

(3.1")

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Installation Procedure

Assembly and Installation

Installation to flat and level Ceiling

Preparation: Separate the Joint fitting from the Ceiling-mount bracket temporarily

Remove four M5 screws (A) to separate

Joint fitting from the Ceiling-mount bracket.

1

A

Direction to the screen

Make a hole in the ceiling

Use the template sheet (T2) to make holes in the ceiling for securing the

Ceiling-mount bracket.

Make holes to thread cables through.

A

Always use the included template sheet (T2) to determine where to make holes.

The template sheet (T2) is labeled with the direction to the screen, as well as the optical axis (center of the lens).

2

Secure the Ceiling-mount bracket to the ceiling

Use four M13 screws, to secure the

Ceiling-mount bracket to the ceiling with the arrow facing toward the screen.

Before securing the Ceilingmount bracket, be sure to remove

the template sheet (T2).

The M13 screws are not included in the supplied parts. Prepare the

M13 screws suitable for the ceiling structure.

Direction to the screen

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Installation Procedure

3

Attach the Base bracket to the projector

1 Remove the four screws at each corner on top of the projector.

2 Install the included M6 screws at the four screw fastening positions on the Base bracket.

Attach the included toothed lock washer in the back-left position, as shown at right.

4

Attach the anti-fall wires

Secure the terminal clamps at the end of the wires to (C) on the

Base bracket using supplied M4 screws.

Make sure to fasten and tighten the screw securely.

5

6

Pull cables out of the cable hole in the ceiling

As depicted in the diagram, let

cables pass through the hole on ceiling-mount clamp.

If cables are too thick, make a hole at a different position than the hole on the ceiling-mount clamp, and let them pass through the new hole.

Attach the Joint fitting to the

Ceiling-mount bracket

Secure the Ceiling-mount bracket using the four M5 screws (A) removed during preparation.

C

A

Washer (Toothed Lock Washer)

C

A

Direction to the screen

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7

8

Hook the Base bracket to the Joint fitting and secure it temporarily

Hook the Base bracket on

Joint fitting protrusions (D) and secure it temporarily using the four M5 screws (B) removed previously.

Pull out the cables.

Be sure to secure screws

(B) tightly after making the adjustment discussed in

“Adjust the Projection

Angle” ( P47 ).

Connect cables

Connect cables to the projector.

B

After completion of installation, adjust the projection angle (

P47 ).

Installation Procedure

D

B

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Installation Procedure

Installation to a High Ceiling

Use optional extension pipe RS-CL08 or RS-CL09 for high ceiling.

Preparation: Adjust the pipe length according to the ceiling height

1 Remove the covers of outer and inner pipes by slightly sliding them and lift up as shown.

2 Adjust the pipe to the extended length for projector attachment, referring to the following

table, and then secure it using four supplied

M5 screws, as shown.

When attaching screws in step 2, insert the screws and leave an unused screw hole between them. When the extension pipe is stretched to its maximum length, insert the screws in two adjacent screw holes.

1

Extended length when extension pipe is attached (when lens shift is 0%)

Mounting hole position

g h i e f a b c d

Distance from ceiling to lens axis ( )

RS-CL08 RS-CL09

57.9 cm (22.8")

62.9 cm (24.8")

77.9 cm (30.7")

82.9 cm (32.6")

67.9 cm (26.7")

72.9 cm (28.7")

77.9 cm (30.7")

87.9 cm (34.6")

92.9 cm (36.6")

97.9 cm (38.5")

102.9 cm (40.5")

107.9 cm (42.5")

112.9 cm (44.4")

117.9 cm (46.4")

RS-CL08 RS-CL09

2 b d a c e b d f h a c e g i

'

'

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Installation Procedure

1

2

3

4

5

6

Separate the Joint fitting from the Ceiling-mount bracket temporarily

(Preparation on page

41 )

Make a hole in the ceiling (Step 1 on page

41 )

Secure the Ceiling-mount bracket to the ceiling (Step 2 on page 41

)

Attach the Base bracket to the projector (Step 3 on page

42 )

Attach the anti-fall wire (Step 4 on page

42

)

Attach the top of the extension pipe to the Ceiling-mount bracket

Secure to the extension pipe using the four supplied M5 screws.

The open end of the pipe should face the open end of the Ceilingmount bracket as shown.

Direction to the screen

Direction to the screen

7

Attach the Joint fitting to the bottom of the extension pipe

Use the four M5 screws (A) removed initially to secure it.

A

A

Direction to the screen

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Installation Procedure

8

Hook the Base bracket to the

Joint fitting and secure it temporarily

Hook the Base bracket on the protrusion (D) of the Joint fitting, and secure it temporarily using the four supplied M5 screws (B).

Pull out the cables.

Be sure to secure screws (B) tightly after making the

adjustment discussed in “Adjust the Projection Angle” ( P47 ).

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Put the cables in to the pipe and attach the covers

Thread any cables that are too thick for the ceiling-mount bracket hole through a separate hole you have opened.

1 Pull the cables out of the cable hole in the ceiling.

2 Put the cables inside the pipe.

3 Close the inner cover of the pipe and then close outer cover of the pipe.

Secure to the extension pipe using the supplied M3 screw.

4 Connect the cables to the projector.

B

D

B

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Installation Procedure

Adjust the Projection Angle

Turn on the projector, project an image, and then adjust the projection angle and screen slant angle.

• After completion of adjustment, tighten the screws and check that every fitting is secured firmly.

• Be sure to hold the projector from falling until the Ceilingmount bracket and Base bracket are secured firmly.

Adjust the horizontal projection angle.

H

Adjust the vertical projection angle.

F

Adjust the screen slant angle.

G

Adjust the horizontal projection angle

1 Loosen two wing screws (H). Move the projector horizontally to adjust the horizontal projection angle.

2 When the projector is correctly positioned, tighten the wing screws.

5 q

5 q

H

B

Adjust the vertical projection angle

1 First loosen four screws (F) and then loosen two wing screws (G). Move the projector vertically to adjust the vertical projection angle.

2 When the projector is correctly positioned, first tighten the wing screws (G) and next tighten the four screws (F).

20°

F

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Installation Procedure

Adjust the screen inclination

1 Loosen four screws (B), and then adjust the slant angle of the projector.

2 When the projector is correctly positioned, tighten the four screws

(B).

B

Precautions when replacing lamps that stop working

• If illumination suddenly stops, either when you turn the projector on or after it has been on for a while, the lamp may have ruptured. In this case, never attempt to replace the lamp by yourself. Always request service from the Canon

Customer Support Center.

• With ceiling-mounted projectors, the lamp may fall out when you open the lamp cover, or during replacement. During replacement, stand to the side of the lamp cover, not directly under it.

• If the lamp ruptures, dust and gas (containing mercury vapor) may come out of the exhaust vents. If this happens, immediately open the windows and doors to provide ventilation to the room.

• If you accidentally inhale gas from the lamp or get any pieces in your eyes or mouth, consult a doctor immediately.

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Installation Procedure

Relationship between Projecting Distance and

Image Size

The projected image size is determined by the distance to the screen (projection distance), the size of the image (

P68

), and the level of focus (

P67

). Refer to the following table and decide the distance between the projector and screen.

Image Size (diagonal)

Width

Relationship between projecting distance and image size (reference values)

220

240

260

280

140

160

180

200

40

60

80

100

120

300

350

400

450

500

550

600

Image Size

(Dia.)

4096 x 2160 4096 x 2400

Projection distance

[m (feet)]

Width

[cm (in)]

90 (35.4)

135 (53.1)

180 (70.9)

225 (88.6)

270 (106.3)

315 (124.0)

359 (141.3)

404 (159.1)

449 (176.8)

Height

[cm (in)]

47 (18.5)

71 (28.0)

95 (37.4)

118 (46.5)

142 (55.9)

166 (65.4)

190 (74.8)

213 (83.9)

237 (93.3)

Width

[cm (in)]

88 (34.6)

131 (51.6)

175 (68.9)

219 (86.2)

263 (103.5)

307 (120.9)

351 (138.2)

Height

[cm (in)]

51 (20.1)

77 (30.3)

103 (40.6)

128 (50.4)

154 (60.6)

180 (70.9)

205 (80.7)

394 (155.1) 231 (90.9)

438 (172.4) 257 (101.2)

494 (194.5) 261 (102.8) 482 (189.8) 282 (111.0)

539 (212.2) 284 (111.8) 526 (207.1) 308 (121.3)

584 (229.9) 308 (121.3) 570 (224.4) 334 (131.5)

629 (247.6) 332 (130.7) 614 (241.7) 360 (141.7)

Wide limit

0.9 (3.0)

1.3 (4.3)

1.8 (5.9)

2.2 (7.2)

2.7 (8.9)

3.1 (10.2)

3.6 (11.8)

4.0 (13.1)

4.5 (14.7)

4.9 (16.1)

5.4 (17.7)

5.9 (19.4)

6.3 (20.7)

674 (265.4) 355 (139.8) 657 (258.7) 385 (151.9)

786 (309.4) 415 (163.4) 767 (302.0) 449 (176.8)

6.8 (22.3)

7.9 (25.9)

899 (353.9) 474 (186.6) 877 (345.3) 514 (202.4) 9.0 (29.5)

1011 (398.0) 533 (209.8) 986 (388.2) 578 (227.6) 10.2 (33.5)

Tele limit

1.1 (3.6)

1.7 (5.6)

2.3 (7.5)

2.9 (9.5)

3.5 (11.5)

4.1 (13.5)

4.7 (15.4)

5.3 (17.4)

5.8 (19.0)

6.4 (21.0)

7.0 (23.0)

7.6 (24.9)

8.2 (26.9)

8.8 (28.9)

10.3 (33.8)

11.8 (38.7)

13.2 (43.3)

1123 (442.1) 592 (233.1) 1096 (431.5) 642 (252.8) 11.3 (37.1)

1236 (497.2) 652 (256.7) 1205 (474.4) 706 (278.0) 12.4 (40.7)

1348 (530.7) 711 (279.9) 1315 (517.7) 770 (303.1) 13.6 (45.3)

14.7 (48.2)

16.2 (53.1)

17.7 (58.1)

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Installation Procedure

Lens Shift Function

You can reposition the image in all directions by pressing the

SHIFT

button on the remote control, which moves the lens up, down, left, or right. For instructions, refer

to “Adjusting the Image Position” ( P70 ).

Amount of Lens Shift

The amount of lens shift is indicated as a percentage relative to the image height and width. The lens shift ranges for the projector are as follows.

A (Amount of vertical shift)

B (Amount of horizontal shift)

±60%

±10%

The lens can be shifted up or down and to the left or right. Performance using lens shift is ensured within the recommended range described below. However, peripheral dimness or blurriness may occur in the corners outside the last 10% of the horizontal lens shift range and outside the last 15% of the vertical lens shift range. In this case, adjust lens shift to within the recommended range.

Recommended lens shift range

10%

15%

A A

B

Recommended lens shift range

B

A

Lens shift range

A

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Installation Procedure

Image size (Dia.)

140

160

180

200

220

240

260

280

40

60

80

100

120

300

350

400

450

500

550

600

Maximum vertical (A) and horizontal (B) movement using lens shift

(reference values [cm (in)])

4096 x 2160

A

28 (11.0)

43 (16.9)

57 (22.4)

71 (28.0)

85 (33.5)

B

9 (3.5)

13 (5.1)

18 (7.1)

22 (8.7)

27 (10.6)

100 (39.4)

114 (44.9)

128 (50.4)

142 (55.9)

156 (116.9)

171 (67.3)

185 (72.4)

199 (78.3)

31 (12.2)

36 (14.2)

40 (15.7)

45 (17.7)

49 (19.3)

54 (21.3)

58 (22.8)

63 (24.8)

213 (83.9)

249 (98.0)

284 (111.8)

320 (126.0)

355 (139.8)

391 (153.9)

427 (168.1)

67 (26.4)

79 (31.1)

90 (35.4)

101 (39.8)

112 (44.1)

124 (48.8)

135 (53.1)

4096 x 2400

A

31 (12.2)

46 (18.1)

62 (24.4)

77 (30.3)

92 (36.2)

B

9 (3.5)

13 (5.1)

18 (7.1)

22 (8.7)

26 (10.2)

108 (42.5)

123 (48.4)

139 (54.7)

154 (60.6)

169 (66.5)

185 (72.8)

200 (78.7)

216 (85.0)

31 (12.2)

35 (13.8)

39 (15.4)

44 (17.3)

48 (18.9)

53 (20.9)

57 (22.4)

61 (24.0)

231 (90.9)

269 (105.9)

308 (121.3)

347 (136.6)

385 (151.6)

424 (166.9)

462 (181.9)

66 (26.0)

77 (30.3)

88 (34.7)

99 (39.0)

110 (43.3)

121 (47.6)

132 (52.0)

• (A) values are the approximate vertical lens shift distance from the central image position within the supported lens shift range.

• (B) values are the approximate horizontal lens shift distance from the central image position within the supported lens shift range.

• Watch the projected image as you adjust it using lens shift.

• When the image no longer moves, you have reached the limit of the lens shift range.

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Connection Procedure

Before connecting the projector to other equipment, turn off both the projector and the other equipment.

For instructions on connecting multiple sources of input for 4K projection, refer to “4K

Projection” ( P54 ).

Connecting a Computer

Computer

AUDIO output terminal

HDMI terminal

Monitor output terminal

(DVI-D terminal)

Audio cable

(not included)

HDMI cable

(not included)

DVI-D cable

(not included)

HDMI terminal

AUDIO IN terminal

DVI-D terminal

AUDIO OUT terminal

Audio cable

(not included)

Audio cable

(not included)

Mini jack

Amplified speakers

RCA terminal

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Connecting AV Equipment

AV equipment

HDMI terminal

Connection Procedure

HDMI cable

(not included)

HDMI terminal

AUDIO OUT terminal

Audio cable

(not included)

Audio cable

(not included)

Mini jack

Amplified speakers

RCA terminal

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Connection Procedure

4K Projection

Definition of 4K

Several resolution specifications are described as being 4K, including 3840 x 2160,

3840 x 2400, 4096 x 2160, and 4096 x 2400, as shown in the following comparative simulation.

1920 x 1080

3840 x 2160

4096 x 2400

The projector supports input signals at resolutions up to the maximum 4K resolution of 4096 x 2400.

For details, check the table of supported signals. ( P177 )

4K Digital Signal Compatibility

The projector is equipped with DVI-D and HDMI (2.0, HDCP 2.2*

1

) inputs.

DVI-D input is classified as single-link or dual-link, depending on the dot clock.

Projecting resolutions with a dot clock higher than 165 MHz requires a dual-link plug and cable.

Main DVI-D input resolutions

1920 x 1200 (single-link; vertical frequency: 60 Hz)

2560 x 1600 (dual-link; vertical frequency: 60 Hz)

4096 x 2160 (dual-link; vertical frequency: 24 Hz)

Main HDMI 2.0 input resolutions

Single-link plug

1920 x 1080 (vertical frequency: 60 Hz)

3840 x 2160 (vertical frequency: 60 Hz)

4096 x 2160 (vertical frequency: 60 Hz)

Dual-link plug

Resolution

Frequency

Subsampling

Color depth

HDMI 1.4

(10.2 Gbps bandwidth) x 1

HDMI 2.0*

2

(18 Gbps bandwidth) x 1

QFHD (3840 x 2160)

24 Hz

8 bit

422

10 bit 8 bit

444

10 bit 8 bit

422

60 Hz

10 bit 8 bit

444

10 bit

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Connection Procedure

Resolution

Frequency

Subsampling

Color depth

HDMI 1.4

(10.2 Gbps bandwidth) x 1

HDMI 2.0*

2

(18 Gbps bandwidth) x 1

DCI (4096 x 2160)

24 Hz

8 bit

422

10 bit 8 bit

444

10 bit 8 bit

422

60 Hz

10 bit 8 bit

444

10 bit

*1 HDCP, short for High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection, is a form of digital copy protection that prevents illegal copying of content by encrypting digital signals carried via HDMI from playback devices such as computers to display devices such as projectors. HDCP specifications are established and managed by Digital Content Protection, LLC.

*2 Use an HDMI cable supporting 18 Gbps.

Multi Input Mode

DVI-D

Using four DVI-D dual-link cables, you can supply 4096 x 2400 (vertical frequency:

60 Hz) signals. The signals supplied by the four cables are combined to form a single image.

Connect workstations by using four dual-link DVI cables

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Connection Procedure

HDMI

Using two HDMI cables, you can project 4096 x 2160 (vertical frequency: 60 Hz) signals as one image. The signals supplied by the two cables are combined to form a single image.

Connect desktop computers by using two HDMI cables

Split-screen or four-quadrant projection is not supported when the projector is connected to multiple devices.

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Connection Procedure

Settings for Multi Input Mode

Select how to combine two HDMI inputs or four DVI inputs to form an image. Check computer video output settings in advance, because you must match the display layout (whether split-screen display or display in four quadrants).

Multi Input Mode

Specify the type of image (including resolution) supplied to the terminals. Use [Normal] for most signals. For specific signals, use [Single], [1x2], [2x2], or [1x4] as needed. For details, check the table of supported signals. (

P177 )

• [Normal] setting

Supports many typical images, including [Single], [1x2], [2x2], and [1x4].

• [Single] setting

Supports many specialized signals using a single terminal.

• [1x2] setting

Supports many specialized signals using two input terminals.

• [2x2] setting

Supports many specialized signals using four input terminals, for projection in a 2x2 layout.

• [1x4] setting

Supports many specialized signals using four input terminals, for projection side by side.

For instructions on turning the projector on, see “Step 1 Turn the Projector On”

( P60 ).

1

In the [Install settings] menu, select [Professional settings] > [Multi input mode select].

2

Select the input mode to use.

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Connection Procedure

DVI input mode

Specify the combination of DVI input. Choose from [Normal], [Single],

[DVI 1x2], [DVI 2x2], or [DVI 1x4].

When multi input in the [Input] menu (

P63

) is set to [DVI 1x2], [DVI 2x2], or

[DVI 1x4], you can also easily supply signals not included in [Normal] ( P179 –

P180

) by setting the DVI input mode menu to [DVI 1x2], [DVI 2x2], or

[DVI 1x4].

When single input in the [Input] menu ( P63 ) is set to [DVI-1], [DVI-2], [DVI-3],

or [DVI-4], you can also easily supply signals not included in [Normal] ( P178 )

by setting the DVI input mode menu to [Single].

HDMI input mode

Specify the combination of HDMI input. Choose from [Normal], [Single], or

[HDMI 1x2].

When multi input in the [Input] menu (

P63 ) is set to [HDMI 1x2], you can also

easily supply signals not included in [Normal] (

P178

) by setting the HDMI input mode menu to [HDMI 1x2].

When single input in the [Input] menu (

P63

) is set to [HDMI-1] or [HDMI-2], you can also easily supply signals not included in [Normal] (

P177

) by setting the HDMI input mode menu to [Single].

When this setting is set to [Normal], the EDID (unique ID that conveys to computers the model name and setting values of connected display devices) is a list that consists of video signals used with one or multiple projector terminals. On the video output equipment, you can specify video signals for use with a different number of terminals.

[Multi input mode select] window is displayed automatically if the input terminals do not match the settings configured by using the

INPUT

button.

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Plugging the Projector In

Connect the power cord to the projector and plug it in.

Connection Procedure

• After turning off the projector, wait at least 5 minutes before turning it on again. Turning the projector on immediately after turning it off may shorten the lamp life.

• Unplug the power cord when the projector is not in use.

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Projection Procedure

Step 1 Turn the Projector On

1

Check the connection between the projector and the computer or AV

equipment. ( P52

, P53 )

For instructions on connecting the power cord, refer to “Plugging the Projector

In” ( P59 ).

2

Press the POWER button.

The [POWER] indicator initially flashes green, after which it remains lit.

Remote control Projector

The countdown window is displayed for approximately 20 seconds, and then the projection is started. Press the

OK

or

EXIT

button to hide the countdown window.

• Network functions are not available until about 40 seconds after you plug the projector in.

• Some noise may appear in the projected image during the first few minutes, until the image stabilizes.

3

Turn on the computer or AV equipment power.

Images from the computer or AV equipment are now projected.

Changing Operations When Projector is Turned On

You can change operations when the projector is turned on as follows.

You can turn on the projector by connecting the power cord, without pressing the

POWER

button. (

P125

)

You can change the countdown window. ( P119 )

You can skip the countdown window. (

P119 )

When the Projector Is Left Idle

If no signal is received, the power management feature automatically turns off the projector after a certain period of inactivity (by default, 15 minutes). (

P124

)

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Projection Procedure

When the Language Selection Screen Appears

A screen appears when the projector is turned on for the first time. You can select a language to be used by the projector for displaying menus and messages in the window. Select the desired language with the pointer buttons and press the

OK

button.

You can change the language from the menu at a later time. ( P126 )

If the language selection screen is out of focus, adjust the focus. ( P67

)

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An item highlighted in orange will be selected.

When the Password Input Screen Appears

If you have set a password, the password input screen appears. Enter your password. (

P127

)

When “No signal” Appears

With a notebook computer, the user must turn on the external monitor output. (

P62 )

Press the

INPUT

button to select the input signal. ( P63

)

When Notebook Computer Screen Does Not Appear

Set your notebook computer to output signals to an external monitor. For more

details, refer to “Changing Notebook Computer Screen Output” ( P62 ).

Adjusting Image

Set the display resolution of the computer to the highest resolution or the resolution closest to that setting. (

P65 )

Use the

ZOOM

button on the remote control to resize the projected image. (

P68 )

If the image is blurry, use the

FOCUS

button on the remote control to adjust focus.

( P67

)

If necessary, correct keystone distortion by pressing the

KEYSTONE

button. ( P73

)

Select a screen mode (aspect) according to the aspect ratio of the screen, type of

input image signal etc. ( P72

)

Select an image mode depending on the projected image. ( P76 )

A variety of test patterns ( P176 ) can be projected, which are convenient in image

adjustment.

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Projection Procedure

Changing Notebook Computer Screen Output

For projection from a notebook computer, the computer settings must be adjusted to switch display output.

This operation is not required for a desktop computer.

Turning on External Monitor Output

You can turn on the external monitor output via keyboard operation.

To turn on the external monitor output with most computers, press the function key

([F1] to [F12]) which is marked with the external monitor icon while holding down the [Fn] key.

While pressing key press a key such as or .

• The function key you use and the method used to turn on the external monitor output vary depending on the model. For details, see the manual for your notebook computer.

• With Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8 or Windows 7, you can turn on image output by holding down the Windows logo key and pressing the [P] key.

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Step 2 Select an Input Signal

Select the input signal in the [Input] menu when you want to project a digital PC or

AV equipment signal, or to switch between inputs when multiple computers or multiple sets of AV equipment are connected.

Skip this step if you have not changed the input signal since the last projection.

1

Press the INPUT button to display the window shown below.

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2

The currently active input signal is marked with a green circle and enclosed by a orange border.

Names of input signals available for projection are displayed in white, and unavailable signal names are grayed out.

Press the [ ] / [ ] buttons to select the input signal.

You can also switch from one DVI-D input source to the next by pressing the

DIGITAL

button, or from one HDMI input source to the next by pressing the

HDMI

button.

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Projection Procedure

3

Press the OK button to confirm the input signal type.

For multiple input signals, the projection layout is divided as follows.

The numbers 1, 2, 3, and 4 in squares represent the numbers of input terminals.

[HDMI 1x2] [DVI 1x2] [DVI 2x2] [DVI 1x4]

1 2 1 3

1

2

3

4

1 2 3 4

When using multiple

HDMI inputs

When using multiple DVI inputs

• You can also switch to your preferred input signal for projection by pressing buttons on the remote control to switch input signals (specifically, the

DIGITAL

or

HDMI

button).

• Using the projector’s multi-input feature, you can supply a single image via two or four cables. As sources of input for projection at 4K or other resolutions, choose from [DVI

1x2], [DVI 2x2], [DVI 1x4], or [HDMI 1x2]. ( P54

)

• Signals you supply for Multi Input mode must meet certain conditions. If the signals do not meet these requirements, a “ ” icon is displayed.

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Projection Procedure

Step 3 Adjust the Image

Setting the Display Resolution of the Computer

Based on the maximum resolution of the projector, set the display resolution of the computer to the resolution closest to the output signal resolution of the projector.

(

P177 )

Maximum resolution

4096 x 2160: When [Panel drive mode] is set to [4096x2160].

4096 x 2400: When [Panel drive mode] is set to [4096x2400].

For details on the Panel drive mode, see [Panel drive mode] in [Professional

settings] ( P109 ).

5

1

2

3

3

1

1

Windows 10

Open the [Control Panel] from the start menu, then select [Appearance and Personalization] - [Adjust screen resolution] in the [Control Panel

Home].

2

Click the [Resolution] tab, and move the slider to select the resolution closest to the maximum output signal resolution of the projector.

Click the [OK] button.

Windows 8.1 / Windows 8

Move the cursor toward the upper or lower right corner to access the menu.

Click [Settings], and then click [Control Panel].

From [Control Panel Home] - [Appearance and Personalization], select

[Adjust screen resolution].

4

Click the [Resolution] tab, and move the slider to select the resolution closest to the maximum output signal resolution of the projector.

Click the [OK] button.

Windows 7

Open the [Control Panel] from the start menu, then select [Appearance and Personalization] - [Adjust screen resolution] in the [Control Panel

Home].

2

Click the [Resolution] tab, and move the slider to select the resolution closest to the maximum output signal resolution of the projector.

3

Click the [OK] button.

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3

1

2

1

2

Windows Vista

Open the [Control Panel] from the start menu, then select [Appearance and Personalization] - [Adjust screen resolution] in the [Control Panel

Home].

Select the resolution closest to the maximum output signal resolution of the projector from the [Resolution] list.

Click the [OK] button.

3

4

Mac OS X

Open the Apple Menu and select [System Preferences].

In the [System Preferences] window, click the [Displays] icon to display the Display window.

Select the [Display] tab and select the resolution closest to the maximum output signal resolution of the projector from the [Resolutions] list.

Close the [System Preferences] window.

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Projection Procedure

Focusing, Resizing, or Moving the Image

Adjusting Image Focus

To adjust the focus, press the

FOCUS

button on the remote control or the

LENS

button on the projector.

1

Press either the FOCUS button on the remote control or the LENS button on the projector to display the focus adjustment window.

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2

Press the pointer buttons to adjust the focus.

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To adjust the focus, use the [ ] / [ ] button on the remote control or projector.

3

When the focus is adjusted optimally, press the OK button or the FOCUS button.

When projecting on curved screens, you can adjust the focus at image edges. Refer to

“Marginal focus” ( P113

) and “Adjusting Peripheral Focus” ( P165 ).

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Projection Procedure

Adjusting Image Size

The size of the projected image can be adjusted by pressing the

ZOOM

button on the remote control or the

LENS

button on the projector. Change the projector installation position if your desired image is too large or too small to adjust it with the zoom function. (

P36

)

1

Press the ZOOM button on the remote control to display the zoom adjustment window.

Remote control

Press the

LENS

button on the projector repeatedly to switch between windows for parameters adjusted by controlling the lens.

To access the zoom adjustment window, press the

LENS

button twice (or three times if you have set [Marginal focus] to [On]).

Projector

Press twice.

When [Marginal focus] is set to [On].

When [Marginal focus] is set to [Off].

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2

Press the pointer buttons to adjust the image size.

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Projection Procedure

Screen

To enlarge the image, use the [ ] button on the remote control or projector.

To reduce the image, use the [ ] button on the remote control or projector.

3

When the desired image size is selected, press the OK button or the

ZOOM button.

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Projection Procedure

Adjusting the Image Position

To adjust the screen position up, down, left, or right, press the

SHIFT

button on the remote control or the

LENS

button on the projector. It can change the projected screen to the most suitable position by moving the position of the lens up/down/left/ right. (

P50

)

1

Press the SHIFT button on the remote control to display the lens shift adjustment window.

Remote control

Press the

LENS

button on the projector repeatedly to switch between windows for parameters adjusted by controlling the lens.

To access the lens shift adjustment window, press the

LENS

button three times

(or four times if you have set [Marginal focus] to [On]).

Projector

Press three times.

When [Marginal focus] is set to [On].

When [Marginal focus] is set to [Off].

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Projection Procedure

2

Press the pointer buttons to adjust.

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3

Screen

To raise or lower the image, use the [ ] / [ ] buttons on the remote control or projector.

To move the image left or right, use the [ ] / [ ] buttons on the remote control or projector.

To continue moving the image in a specific direction, hold down the corresponding button.

When the desired position is reached, press the OK button.

Resetting the Position

The lens position after movement with the lens shift function is not returned when the power is turned off. To return it to its original position, perform reset.

During screen position adjustment, press and hold the

SHIFT

button on the remote control or the

LENS

button on the projector to display the [Lens shift reset] window.

Two options are available: 50% (home position) or 0%. Use the pointer buttons to select an option, and then press the

OK

button.

• The lens position may be reset slightly misaligned from the position you chose, whether

50% (home position) or 0%.

• For precise positioning, use the lens shift function to fine-tune the position.

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Step 4 Select an Aspect Ratio (Screen Aspect)

Matching the Screen

Select an optimum screen mode (aspect) according to the aspect ratio of the screen, type of input image signal and so on for the projection to make best use of the screen size.

Select the Aspect

Select [Aspect] based on the input signal type, aspect ratio of the screen and resolution.

Types of Aspect Ratios

Auto

An image is projected as large as possible at the aspect ratio of the input signal.

Select this mode for normal image projection.

True size

The image is projected with the original resolution of the input signal. Screens of computers with a lower display resolution than the projector are displayed smaller but clearer than in other aspect ratios.

There may be some cases when this cannot be selected, depending on the input signal and/or resolution.

Selecting an Aspect Ratio

Press the

ASPECT

button on the remote control and select an appropriate aspect ratio. Press the

ASPECT

button to change the aspect ratio type.

Remote control Example:

You can also select any aspect ratio from [Aspect] in the menu. ( P96 )

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Projection Procedure

Step 5 Adjusting Keystone Distortion

To correct keystone distortion (Keystone adjustment), press the

KEYSTONE

button.

Two types of adjustment are available: horizontal/vertical adjustment and corner adjustment.

Use horizontal/vertical keystone adjustment to adjust image width or height distortion separately, and use corner adjustment to adjust the position of each corner of the image.

For instructions on switching keystone adjustment, refer to “Keystone” ( P108 ).

• Keystone correction may not be effective in some lens shift positions.

• If keystone distortion is excessive and cannot be fully corrected, straighten the projector so that it faces the screen directly.

• Signals are processed digitally when keystone distortion is corrected. The image may look different from the original one. In addition, the aspect ratio of the image may change.

1

Horizontal/Vertical Keystone Adjustment

Press the KEYSTONE button on the remote control or projector to display the horizontal-vertical keystone adjustment window. (When [Keystone] is set to [Horizontal-vertical keystone].)

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Projection Procedure

2

Press the pointer buttons to adjust the dimensions.

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To correct top distortion, press the [ ] button.

To correct bottom distortion, press the [ ] button.

Screen

To correct distortion on the left, press the [ ] button.

To correct distortion on the right, press the [ ] button.

3

1

When keystone distortion has been corrected, press the OK button.

Corner Adjustment

Press the KEYSTONE button on the remote control or projector to display the corner adjustment window. (When [Keystone] is set to [Corner adjustment].)

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Projection Procedure

2

Press the pointer button of the corner for correction, and then press the

OK button.

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3

Press the pointer buttons to adjust the corner.

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4

When you have finished correcting, press the OK button.

Resetting the Keystone Adjustment

Reset adjustment as follows.

First, press the

KEYSTONE

button on the remote control twice to display the

[Keystone reset] window.

Next, select [OK] with the [ ] button, and then press the

OK

button.

Your specified keystone adjustment is now reset.

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Projection Procedure

Step 6 Select the Image Quality (Image Mode)

You can select an image mode to suit the projected image.

In each image mode, you can further adjust the brightness, contrast, sharpness,

gamma ( P101

), color adjustment, advanced adjustment (

P102

), and lamp mode.

(

P105 )

Image Modes

Available image modes vary depending on the selected input signal.

: Compatible : Not compatible

Compatible input signals

Image mode

Digital PC HDMI

Functions

(1) Ambient Brightness

(2) Types of Images

(3) Image Mode Characteristics

Standard

Presentation

Dynamic

Video

Photo/sRGB

DICOM SIM

User 1 – 3

(1) Bright

(2) Computer screens, or media played with video software

(3) Whites and natural colors

(1) Bright

(2) Images mainly consisting of text

(3) Keeps the screen bright

(1) Bright

(2) Media played with video software

(3) Keeps the screen bright

(1) Somewhat dark

(2) Video from camcorders

(3) Close to the color space of TVs

(1) Somewhat dark

(2) Digital images from sRGB-compatible cameras

(3) Conforms to the sRGB standard

(1) Somewhat dark

(2) Monochrome images (medical use, for example)

(3) Adjusted to the GSDF curve specified in

DICOM Standard Part 14

Up to 3 user-selected combinations of image quality settings can be stored in the memory

(

P101 ). Stored profiles are selected as image

modes.

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Projection Procedure

Selecting an Image Mode

Press the

IMAGE

button on the remote control to select.

The image mode changes each time the

IMAGE

button is pressed. (The displayed image modes vary depending on the selected input signal.)

Remote control

You can also select any image mode from the [Image mode] menu. (

P100

)

User settings 1 - 3 are displayed when the desired image settings have been created and stored using the user memory function in the image adjustment menu. (

P100

)

Projecting an Image in the DICOM SIM Mode

In the DICOM simulation mode (hereinafter referred to as “DICOM SIM”), this projector can project a monochrome medical image such as an X ray radiography,

CT image, MRI image, etc. in the tone similar to the DICOM (Digital Imaging and

Communications in Medicine) standard. Typically, to project the image according to the DICOM standard, it requires the grayscale tone correction using a luminance meter according to the environment. In this projector, there are 21 types of tone settings for various ambient lights. You can correct the tone in a simplified manner by selecting the DICOM test pattern (

P176

).

It is suited to project an image in a medical lecture, academic conference, inhospital conference, etc.

This projector is not the display monitor for a medical image. It cannot be used for the radiological image reading or medical examination.

• It is recommended to check the tone everytime when using this projector since it does not have the tone correction and calibration functions against the secular change.

• It may take approximately 30 minutes until the projection brightness of this projector becomes stabled.

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Projection Procedure

1

Switching the mode to the DICOM SIM Mode

Press the IMAGE button on the remote control until [DICOM SIM] is displayed or select [DICOM SIM] from [Image mode] in the [Image adjustment] menu.

2

Press the TEST PATTERN button on the remote control until [DICOM] is displayed or select [On] from [Test pattern] in the [Install settings] menu.

3

4

As you view the test pattern, perform [Gamma] adjustment from the

[Image adjustment] menu ( P101 ) until the image is optimal.

Press the OK button after the setting.

Perform one of the followings to obtain an appropriate projection:

• Darken the ambient light

• Reduce the image size

• Reduce the projection distance

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Step 7 Turn the Projector Off

1

Press the POWER button to display the window shown below.

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2

When this window is displayed, press the POWER button again to turn off the power.

After you turn the projector off, the lamp goes off, the [STAND BY] indicator flashes in red, and the projector starts cooling down. After cooling down, the projector enters standby mode. In standby mode, the [STAND BY] indicator remains lit instead of flashing.

If you want to continue projecting without turning off the power, press a button other than

POWER

, or else wait until the confirmation message disappears.

• The projector cannot be turned on while the lamp is cooling down.

• After turning off the projector, wait at least 5 minutes before turning it on again. It may shorten the lamp life if you turn on the projector immediately after turning it off.

• Using the projector for extended periods may shorten the life of the lamp and internal optical components.

• Unplug the projector if it will not be used for an extended period.

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Convenient Features

This section describes features convenient during presentations and in other situations.

Temporarily Blacking Out an Image

Projection can be temporarily blanked after a presentation, or to divert the audience’s attention away from the screen.

Remote control

Press the

BLANK

button to black out the image.

Press the

BLANK

button again to show the image.

• You can set the screen state while blacking out the image in the menu.

( P119

)

• The lamp remains illuminated while the image is blacked out.

Freezing the Picture

Projection can be temporarily frozen during computer operations that would be distracting, or to pause playback of video or animation.

Remote control

Press the

FREEZE

button to freeze the moving image. The projector shows the following icon.

Press the

FREEZE

button again to return to the original display.

Screen

• It is also cancelled when the input signal is terminated.

Projecting a Test Pattern

Remote control

Even without any input signals, the projector can project a test pattern. Test patterns can be projected during installation to check how the projector is installed.

To project a test pattern, press the

TEST PATTERN

button on the remote control.

To stop test pattern projection, press the

TEST PATTERN

button again.

For details on projecting test patterns, see “Install settings” ( P107

) or “Displayed

Test Patterns” ( P176 ).

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Specifying Power-Saving Settings

Set power-saving settings as needed.

The following four settings are available. For details, refer to the page describing each function.

• Lamp mode (

P105

)

Adjust lamp and fan power consumption in the image mode.

• Power management mode (

P124

)

Automatically turns off the lamp or the power after a certain period if the projector is idle without an input signal.

• Power management duration (

P124

)

Specify the period after which the lamp or the projector should go off automatically if left idle without an input signal when [Power management mode] is set to [Lamp off] or [Standby].

• Network standby settings (

P133

)

Conserves energy in standby mode.

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