About your projector. Panasonic PT-MZ680

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Chapter 1   Preparation — About your projector

About your projector

Remote control

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1 Power < v

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> button

( v

: Standby, b

: Power on)

Sets the projector to the state where the projector is turned off (standby mode) when the <MAIN POWER> switch on the projector is set to <ON> and in projection mode.

Sets the projector to projection mode when the power is switched off (standby mode).

2 Remote control indicator

Blinks if any button in the remote control is pressed.

3 Lens buttons (<FOCUS>, <ZOOM>, <SHIFT>)

Adjusts the focus, zoom, and lens shift of the lens. ( x page 63)

4 <MENU> button/<RETURN> button/<ENTER> button/ asqw buttons

Used to navigate through the menu screen. ( x

page 74) asqw

buttons are also used to enter the password in

[SECURITY] or enter characters.

5 <VOL-> button/<VOL+> button

Adjusts the volume of the audio output. ( x

page 67)

6 <DEFAULT> button

Resets the content of the displayed sub-menu to the factory default. ( x page 75)

7 Input selection buttons (<HDMI 1>, <HDMI 2>, <HDMI 3>,

<COMPUTER>, <DIGITAL LINK>)

Switches the input signal to project. ( x page 62)

8 Number (<0> - <9>) buttons

Used for entering an ID number in a multiple projector environment or a password.

9 <ON SCREEN> button

Switches the on-screen display function on (display) or off (hide).

( x

page 67)

10 <ID ALL> button

Used to simultaneously control all the projectors with a single remote control in a multiple projector environment. ( x page 34)

11 <ECO> button

Displays the setting screen relating to ECO management.

( x pages 71, 111)

12 <AUTO SETUP/CANCEL> button

Automatically adjusts the image display position while projecting the image.

[PROGRESS] is displayed while in automatic adjustment.

( x

page 68)

Also used to cancel operation during digital zoom.

13 <FUNCTION> button

Assigns a frequently used operation as a shortcut button.

( x page 70)

14 <CEC> button

Displays the HDMI-CEC operation screen. ( x page 126)

15 <TEST PATTERN> button

Displays the test pattern. ( x

page 70)

16 <ID SET> button

Sets the ID number of the remote control in a multiple projector environment. ( x

page 34)

17 <SCREEN ADJ> button

Used to correct the distortion of the projected image. ( x pages

68, 88)

18 <FREEZE> button

Used when pausing the image and turning off the audio.

( x page 67)

19 <P-TIMER> button

Operates the presentation timer function. ( x

page 70)

20 <STATUS> button

Displays the projector information.

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

Enlarges or reduces the image. ( x page 69)

22 <SHUTTER> button

Used when temporarily turning off the image and audio.

( x page 66)

23 <MUTE> button

Used when temporarily turning off the audio. ( x

page 66)

24 <ASPECT> button

Switches the aspect ratio of the image. ( x

page 70)

25 Remote control signal transmitter

26 Remote control wired terminal

This is a terminal used to connect to the projector via a cable when the remote control is used as a wired remote control.

( x page 34)

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Chapter 1   Preparation — About your projector

Attention f

Do not drop the remote control.

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Avoid contact with liquids or moisture.

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Do not attempt to modify or disassemble the remote control.

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Observe the following instructions that are indicated on the caution label at the back of the remote control: g

Do not use old battery with new one.

g

Do not use batteries other than the type specified.

g

Be sure the batteries are inserted properly.

For other instructions, read the instructions related to batteries that are described in “Read this first!”.

Caution label at the back of the remote control

Note f

When operating the remote control by directly pointing at the remote control signal receiver of the projector, operate the remote control within a distance approximately 30 m (98'5") from the remote control signal receiver. The remote control can control at angles of up to ±30° vertically and horizontally, but the effective control range may be reduced.

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If there are any obstacles between the remote control and the remote control signal receiver, the remote control may not operate properly.

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The signal will be reflected off the screen. However, the operating range may be limited from light reflection loss due to the screen material.

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If the remote control signal receiver directly receives strong light, such as fluorescent light, the remote control may not operate properly. Use it in a place distant from the light source.

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The power indicator <ON (G)/STANDBY (R)> will blink if the projector receives a remote control signal.

Projector body

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Chapter 1   Preparation — About your projector r Bottom

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Projection direction

1 Remote control signal receiver (front)

2 Power indicator <ON (G)/STANDBY (R)>

Indicates the status of the power.

3 Light source indicator <LIGHT>

Indicates the status of the light source.

4 Temperature indicator <TEMP>

Indicates the internal temperature status.

5 Filter indicator <FILTER>

Indicates the status of the air filter unit.

6 Projection lens

7 Adjustable feet

Adjusts the projection angle.

8 Intake vent

9 Control panel ( x page 32)

10 Exhaust vent

11 Connecting terminals ( x

page 33)

12 <MAIN POWER> switch

Turns on/off the main power.

13 <AC IN> terminal

Connect the supplied power cord.

14 Power cord holder

15 Security slot

This security slot is compatible with the Kensington security cables.

16 Remote control signal receiver (rear)

17 Air filter cover

There is the air filter unit inside.

18 Luminance sensor ( x

page 82)

19 Top slide cover

There is the lens lock lever for mounting the projection lens inside. ( x

page 44)

20 Burglar hook port

Attaches a burglar prevention cable, etc.

Attention f Do not block the intake and exhaust vents of the projector.

The components may deteriorate faster if cooling inside the projector is inhibited.

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1 Power < v / b > button

( v : Standby, b : Power on)

Sets the projector to the state where the projector is turned off (standby mode) when the <MAIN POWER> switch on the projector is set to <ON> and in projection mode.

Sets the projector to projection mode when the power is switched off (standby mode).

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2 <MENU> button

Displays or hides the main menu. ( x page 74)

Returns to the previous menu when a sub-menu is displayed.

3 <VOL-> button/<VOL+> button

Adjusts the volume of the audio output. ( x

page 67)

4 <SHUTTER> button

Used to turn off the image and audio temporarily. ( x

page 66)

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5 <ENTER> button

Determines and executes an item in the menu screen.

6 <INPUT SELECT> button

Switches the input signal to project. ( x page 62)

7 <LENS/CANCEL> button

Adjusts the focus, zoom, and lens shift of the lens. ( x

page 63)

Also used to cancel operation during digital zoom.

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Connecting terminals

Chapter 1   Preparation — About your projector

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buttons

Selects an item in the menu screen, changes the setting, and adjusts the level.

Also used to enter a password in the [SECURITY] menu or enter characters.

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1 <COMPUTER IN> terminal

This is a terminal to input the RGB signal or YC

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/YP

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signal.

2 <MONITOR OUT> terminal

This is a terminal to output the RGB signal or the YC

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/YP

B

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R signal input in the <COMPUTER IN> terminal.

3 <DC OUT> terminal

This is the USB terminal only used for power supply. (DC 5 V, maximum 2 A)

This can be used when power is to be supplied to a wireless display adapter, etc.

4 <HDMI IN 1> terminal/<HDMI IN 2> terminal/<HDMI IN 3> terminal

This is a terminal to input the HDMI signal.

5 <LAN> terminal

This is the LAN terminal to connect to the network.

6 <DIGITAL LINK/LAN> terminal

This is a terminal to connect a device that transmits video signal or audio signal via the LAN terminal. Also, this is the LAN terminal to connect to the network.

7 <AUDIO IN> terminal

This is a terminal to input audio.

Attention

8 <AUDIO OUT> terminal

This is a terminal to output the audio signal input to the projector.

9 <REMOTE 1 IN> terminal

This is a terminal to connect the remote control with a cable when controlling the projector with a wired remote control.

10 <REMOTE 2 IN> terminal

This is a terminal to remotely control the projector using the external control circuit.

11 <SERIAL/MULTI SYNC IN> terminal

This is the RS-232C compatible terminal to externally control the projector by connecting a computer.

This terminal is also used to connect multiple projectors when balancing the contrast as a combined screen or synchronizing the effects using the shutter function including the fade in/fade out with a system using multiple projectors.

12 <MULTI SYNC OUT> terminal

This terminal is used to connect multiple projectors when balancing the contrast as a combined screen or synchronizing the effects using the shutter function including the fade in/fade out with a system using multiple projectors.

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When a LAN cable is directly connected to the projector, the network connection must be made indoors.

The signal may deteriorate due to the effect of noise or cable length.

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To transmit the Ethernet and serial control signals using the <DIGITAL LINK/LAN> terminal, set the [NETWORK] menu → [ETHERNET

TYPE] to [DIGITAL LINK] or [LAN & DIGITAL LINK].

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To transmit the Ethernet signal using the <LAN> terminal, set the [NETWORK] menu → [ETHERNET TYPE] to [LAN] or [LAN & DIGITAL

LINK].

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The <DIGITAL LINK/LAN> terminal and the <LAN> terminal are connected inside of the projector when the [NETWORK] menu → [ETHERNET

TYPE] is set to [LAN & DIGITAL LINK]. Do not directly connect the <DIGITAL LINK/LAN> terminal and the <LAN> terminal using a LAN cable. Construct the system so that it is not connected to the same network via the peripherals such as the switching hub or the twisted-paircable transmitter.

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