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Chapter 7 Appendix - Index

Index

A

About Presenter Light .......................

101

Accessories ........................................23

<AC IN> terminal ..........................

27, 41

[ADMINISTRATOR ACCOUNT] .........

89

[ADVANCED MENU] ..........................

61

Air filter unit .......................................

122

[ASPECT] ...........................................

68

[AUDIO SETTING] ..............................

81

<AUTO SETUP> button

Remote control ..........................

25, 50

[AUTO SETUP SETTING] ..................73

<AV MUTE> button

Remote control ..........................

25, 49

B

[BACK COLOR] ..................................74

Basic operations by using the remote control .................................................

49

[BRIGHTNESS] ..................................

59

C

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

18

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

18

Ceiling mount bracket safeguards ....

144

[CLOCK PHASE] ................................

67

[CLOSED CAPTION SETTING] .........72

[COLOR] .............................................

59

[COLOR TEMPERATURE] .................

60

<COMPUTER 1> button

Remote control ................................25

[COMPUTER1 INPUT SETTING] /

[COMPUTER INPUT SETTING] .........77

<COMPUTER 2> button

Remote control ................................25

[COMPUTER2 SELECT] ....................77

Connecting .........................................

36

Connecting the power cord .................

41

[CONTRAST] ......................................

59

[CONTROL DEVICE SETUP] .............

86

[Crestron Connected (TM)] ...............

117

D

[DAYLIGHT VIEW] ..............................

61

<DAYLIGHT VIEW> button

Remote control ..........................25, 52

<DEFAULT> button

Remote control ................................

56

[DIGITAL CINEMA REALITY] .............

61

Dimensions .......................................

143

[DISPLAY OPTION] menu ..................

71

Disposal ..............................................

21

[DOT CLOCK] .....................................

67

<D.ZOOM+> button / <D.ZOOM-> button

Remote control ..........................

25, 51

E

[ECO MANAGEMENT] .......................

79

[EMULATE] .........................................

80

<ENTER> button

Remote control ................................25

F

Features of the Projector ....................

16

[FILTER COUNTER] ...........................

83

[FRAME LOCK] ..................................

69

<FREEZE> button

Remote control ..........................

25, 50

<FUNCTION> button

Remote control ..........................25, 52

[FUNCTION BUTTON] .......................

81

H

[HDMI SIGNAL LEVEL] ......................72

[HIGH ALTITUDE MODE] ...................

78

How to adjust the state of the image ..

48

I

<ID ALL> button

Remote control ..........................25, 52

<ID SET> button

Remote control ..........................25, 52

[INITIALIZE] ........................................

93

[INITIALIZE ALL] .................................

84

Initial setting ..................................43, 44

[INITIAL START UP] ...........................

78

<INPUT> button

Control panel ...................................27

Inserting and removing batteries ........

30

Installation mode ................................32

[IRIS] ...................................................

60

K

[KEYSTONE] ......................................

64

L

[LAMP POWER] .................................

79

Lamp unit ..........................................

124

[LANGUAGE] menu ............................

70

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

138

M

Main menu ..........................................

56

Maintenance/replacement ................

122

Making adjustments and selections ....45

[MEMORY VIEWER] ..........................

91

MEMORY VIEWER input ...................

95

<MENU> button

Remote control ................................25

[MENU LOCK] ....................................

86

[MENU LOCK PASSWORD] ..............

86

Menu Navigation .................................55

<MUTE> button

Remote control ................................

49

N

[NETWORK CONTROL] .....................

90

NETWORK input ................................

97

[NETWORK] menu .............................

88

[NETWORK SECURITY] ....................

89

[NETWORK STATUS] ........................

92

[NOISE REDUCTION] ........................

62

O

[ON-SCREEN DISPLAY] ....................

71

Optional accessories ..........................24

[OTHER FUNCTIONS] .......................

76

[OVER SCAN] ....................................

68

P

[PASSWORD] .....................................

85

[PASSWORD CHANGE] ....................

85

[PICTURE] menu ................................

59

[PICTURE MODE] ..............................

59

[PJLink PASSWORD] .........................

90

[POSITION] menu ..............................

64

Power button

Control panel ...................................27

Remote control ................................25

Power indicator

Control panel .............................

27, 41

Powering off the projector ...................45

Powering on the projector ...................42

Precautions for use.............................

18

Projecting............................................

46

[PROJECTION METHOD] ..................

78

Projector body ....................................

26

[PROJECTOR ID] ...............................77

[PROJECTOR NAME] ........................

88

[PROJECTOR SETUP] menu ............77

[P-TIMER] ...........................................75

<P-TIMER> button

Remote control ..........................

25, 51

R

Read this first!

.......................................4

[REALTIME KEYSTONE] ...................

64

Remote control ...................................25

Replacing the unit .............................

124

[RGB/YPBPR] / [RGB/YCBCR] ..........

62

S

<SCREEN ADJ> button

Remote control ................................

50

[SCREEN ADJUSTMENT] ..................

64

[SCREEN SETTING] ..........................73

Screen size and throw distance ..........33

[SECURITY] menu .............................

85

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

46

[SELF TEST] display ........................

128

Setting up ...........................................32

[SHARPNESS] ...................................

60

[SHIFT] ...............................................

66

[SIGNAL SEARCH] ............................74

Specifications ...................................

140

[STARTUP LOGO] ..............................73

[STATUS] ............................................77

Sub-menu ...........................................57

[SXGA MODE] ....................................74

T

[TEST PATTERN] ...............................

83

[TEXT CHANGE] ................................

86

[TEXT DISPLAY] ................................

85

[TINT] ..................................................

60

Troubleshooting ................................

127

[TV-SYSTEM] .....................................

62

U

Using the PJLink protocol .................

130

V

<VOL +> button / <VOL -> button

Control panel ...................................

49

Remote control ................................

49

W

[WIDE MODE] ....................................74

[WIRED LAN] ......................................

88

ENGLISH - 145

Disposal of Old Equipment and Batteries

Only for European Union and countries with recycling systems

These symbols on the products, packaging, and/or accompanying documents mean that used electrical and electronic products and batteries must not be mixed with general household waste.

For proper treatment, recovery and recycling of old products and used batteries, please take them to applicable collection points in accordance with your national legislation. By disposing of them correctly, you will help to save valuable resources and prevent any potential negative effects on human health and the environment.

For more information about collection and recycling, please contact your local authority. Penalties may be applicable for incorrect disposal of this waste, in accordance with national legislation.

Note for the battery symbol (bottom symbol)

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

Product information (for Turkey only)

AEEE Yönetmeliğine Uygundur.

Panasonic Connect Co., Ltd.

Web Site : https://panasonic.net/cns/projector/

© Panasonic Connect Co., Ltd. 2022

Panasonic Connect North America

Two Riverfront Plaza, Newark, NJ 07102

TEL: (877) 803 - 8492

Panasonic Canada Inc.

5770 Ambler Drive, Mississauga, Ontario L4W 2T3

TEL: (905) 624 - 5010

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