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|revuz||4:24pm on Saturday, October 16th, 2010|
|Good project for the money Great picture quality. Simple to use. Nice set of features. Good purchase I received the item without problems or damage. By other side, it was from original brand (Epson), not copies.|
|katenmike||7:47am on Monday, October 11th, 2010|
|should be perfectly competent but very poor value for money 854x480 resolution? 1200 lumens? 1000:1 contrast ratio?|
|kinik||2:42am on Saturday, September 18th, 2010|
|I decided to buy a Epson EMP-TW20 Dreamio LCD Projector to play my games and DVDs on my wall rather than on a small TV and I made ...|
|LennyFenimore||11:57pm on Saturday, July 17th, 2010|
|For an entry level, this is a fantastic peice of kit! Cheap, but not sacrificing quality... Big and heavy, bit of a drama at 3.5kg|
|Bazza||8:27am on Monday, April 5th, 2010|
|For an entry level, this is a fantastic peice of kit! Cheap, but not sacrificing quality... Big and heavy, bit of a drama at 3.5kg|
|Maceman||10:25am on Thursday, March 18th, 2010|
|Epson EMP-TW20 Dremio LCD Home Projector Purchased probably 2 years ago. Not sure if still in production. This item has had a £145 price increase The tw20 dreamio lcd projector is now selling for £145 more than it was 2 months ago - Pixmania were supplying... movies are VERY BIG I have no previous experience with projectors and so I cannot compare with other products. However, this one is fabulous.|
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EPSON ELP-3300 Data/Video Projector
Electrical Voltage Fuse type Power consumption Environmental Temperature Operation: 41 to 104 F (5 to 40 C) Storage: -4 to 140 F (-20 to 60 C) Operation: 20 to 80% RH, non-condensing Storage: 10 to 90% RH, non-condensing l00-120VAC and 220-240VAC 10% 25OV, 6.3AT, 5 x 20 mm 220W (50W in standby mode) 100 - 120 VAC 3.5 Amps, 50/60 Hz 220 - 240 VAC 1.3 Amps, 50/60 Hz Rated frequency 50/60 Hz
General Type of display Size of liquid crystal panels Resolution Image size Projection distance Remote control range Audio Amp power Optical Aspect ratio Zoom ratio Projector Lamp Model number Type Life Power Brightness Dimensions Height Width Depth Weight 5.9 inches (14.9 cm) 11.2 inches (28.5 cm) 16.3 inches (41.3 cm) 16.98 1bs (7.7 kg) MSCR150E3H Metal halide Typically 600 hours (w/ 50% minimum illumination) 150W 330 ANSI lumens typical 4 x 3 (horizontal x vertical) 1:1.4 Poly-silicon Thin Film Transistor (TFT) Active Matrix LCD 1.32 inches (33.6 mm) 640 (horizontal) x 480 (vertical) pixels 21 to 300 inches (.5 to 7 meters) 4 to 41 feet (1.2 to 12.4 meters) 33 feet (10 meters) 1W X 1W stereo
Supported Monitor Displays The projector displays images at a resolution of 640 x 480 pixels. When displaying a higher resolution image, the projector compresses it to 640 x 480. The following table lists the display formats supported by the projector.
Projector Placement Guidelines
The distance between the projector and the screen determines the actual image size. Use the following general guidelines to determine the proper distance.
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The status lights at the top of the projector monitor its operation.
temperature light 1
VGA and Monitor connector Pin assignments The VGA connector is a male video RGB, 15-pin micro-D style connector, and the Monitor connector is a female video RGB, 15-pin micro-D style connector. The pm assignments
To reset the lamp indicator after replacing the bulb, turn off the projector, hold the Menu and Sync- buttons down then turn the power switch back on. Continue to hold the buttons down until all three monitor lights flash orange for about 3 seconds. The lamp dectector is now reset.
Related Documents Engineering
Change Notices None. Technical Information Bulletins None. Product Support Bulletins
The following tables describe the pin assignments for the three connectors of the Y-cable: the LCD connector, the VGA connector, and the Monitor connector. The pin assignments for the VGA and Monitor connectors are identical. LCD connector pin assignments The LCD connector is a 26-pin D-style connector. Its pin assignments are as follows:
Related Documentation 4005478 PL-ELP3300 EPSON ELP-3300 Data/Video Projector Owner's Manual EPSON ELP-3300 Data /Video Projector Parts Price List
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Serial Communication Kit
The Serial Communication Kit allows your computer and projector to communicate over an RS-232C connection. The kit includes an RS-232C serial cable and two software utilities: ELP Link and ELP Remote Programmer. ELP Link allows you to make adjustments to the projector from your computer. The same controls that are available on your remote control, including the ability to access the projector menus, are available from the main ELP Link screen. The ELP Remote Programmer allows you to use the remote control to control your computer. The trackball moves the mouse on your computer monitor, and five buttons on the remote control can be programmed to drag or click windows and icons or perform the same functions as keys on your keyboard. For information on using ELP Link, see Chapters 2 and 3. For information on the ELP Remote Programmer, see Chapter 4.
Standby mode conserves electricity by automatically turning off the lamp if the projector has not been used for a specified period of time (the default is 10 minutes). In standby mode, the projector remains on but the lamp is turned off. This conserves electricity, cools the projector, and extends the life of the lamp. Use the Standby button on the remote control to turn standby mode on or off.
If you have a translucent screen, you can set up the projector for rear projection, in which the projector sits behind the screen. To use the remote control with rear projection, you need to purchase the optional lead wire and connect the remote control directly to your computer.
To enhance your use of the projector, EPSON provides the following accessories: Polarized screens designed specifically for use with the projector. They allow you to project images in a bright, illuminated room, making it unnecessary to dim lights to view the projected image. The polarized screen comes in two sizes: 40" and 60" diagonal. Carrying cases especially designed for the projector and its cables. Both a soft and hard case are available. Remote control lead wire, which allows you to directly connect the remote control to the projector. This option enables you to use the remote control when an object is blocking the path between the remote control and projector, such as during rear projection when the screen is between the remote control and the projector. You can purchase these accessories from your ELP-3300 dealer or by calling EPSON Accessories at (800) 873-7766.
About This Manual
Chapter 1, Installation, gives step-by-step instructions on setting up the projector and connecting it to your computer, video source, and optional other equipment. Read the installation procedures that apply to your environment. Chapter 2, Using the Projector, tells you how to turn on the projector; control simple projector settings using the remote control, the operation panel, and the ELP Link software; and set up the projector for rear projection. Chapter 3, Using the Menus, describes how to use the menus to adjust the color and image settings, change the display of the projected image, and modify audio settings such as bass or treble. Chapter 4, Remote Control of the Computer, explains how to use the ELP Remote Programmer so you can use the remote control to control your computer. It also describes how you can assign keyboard macros to the programmable buttons on the remote control. Chapter 5, Maintenance, describes how to maintain the projector in good working order. Chapter 6, Troubleshooting, tells you how to interpret the projectors status lights and gives helpful information for avoiding errors, optimizing image quality, and solving problems. Appendix A provides technical specifications.
Electronic support services
If you have a modem, you can access helpful tips, specifiations, drivers, application notes, and bulletins for EPSON products through the online services below.
EPSON Download Service
You can call the EPSON Download Service (our BBS) at (310) 782-4531. No membership is required. Make sure your communications software is set to 8 data bits with 1 stop bit, no parity bit, and a modem speed up to 28.8 Kbps. See the manual that came with your communications software for more information.
CompuServe online support
CompuServe members can call the Epson America Forum on CompuServe. If you are already a member, simply type GO EPSON at the menu prompt to reach the Epson America Forum. If you are not currently a member of CompuServe, you are eligible for a free introductory membership as an owner of an EPSON product. This membership entitles you to: An introductory credit on CompuServe Your own user ID and password A complimentary subscription to CompuServe Magazine, CompuServes monthly publication.
To take advantage of this offer, call (800) 848-8199 in the United States and Canada and ask for representative #529. In other countries, call (614) 529-1611 or your local CompuServe access number.
World Wide Web site
If you are connected to the Internet and have a Web browser, you can access EPSON's World Wide Web site at http://www.epson.com. EPSONs home page links users to Whats New, EPSON Products, EPSON Connection, Corporate Info, and EPSON Contacts. Link to the EPSON Connection for the latest drivers and FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) and the EPSON Chat area. To get in touch with EPSON around the world, EPSON Contacts includes Contact Information for local EPSON subsidiaries.
Energy Star Compliance
As an Energy Star Partner, EPSON has determined that this product meets the Energy Star guidelines for energy efficiency. The EPA estimates that if all desktop computers, printers, and other peripheral devices met Energy Star standards, energy cost savings would exceed $1 billion annually and carbon dioxide emissions would be reduced by 20 million tons.
Installation This chapter describes how to unpack, set up, and connect your projector to
other equipment. You must connect the projector to your computer or to a video source such as a VCR, camcorder, digital camera, or laser disk player. Connecting to other equipment is optional. For example, you may want to connect the projector to both your computer and video source, or set up the projector for one or more of the following: Provide audio for one or both image sources. The audio source can be the computer, video source, or another device such as a stereo. Connect to an external speaker or PA system to amplify the audio. Install the RS-232C Serial Communication Kit. This kit enables communication between your computer and the projector so you can use the remote control to control your computer and use your computer to control the projector settings. Directly connect the remote control and the projector using the optional lead wire. You need to do this to use the remote control for rear projection.
Connecting to a Computer
You can connect the projector to any computer capable of VGA output, including: IBM desktop PC or compatible IBM laptop or compatible Apple Macintosh desktop computer, including Macintosh Quadra, Macintosh Centris, and Power Macintosh Any Apple PowerBook with video-out capability. This includes all 160, 165, 180, and 500 series PowerBooks. See the following section that applies to your computer.
Connecting to a PC desktop computer
Before beginning, turn off the projector and computer if they are on. To access the connectors on the projector, push open the cover located on the right side of the projector, under the handle. 1. Disconnect the computers monitor cable from the VGA port on the back of your computer and connect it to the MONITOR connector of the Y-cable. 2. Connect the Y-cables VGA connector to the computers VGA port. 3. Connect the Y-cables LCD connector to the projectors Computer IN/OUT port. 4. Tighten the screws for all connectors to make sure they are fastened securely.
VGA port VGA connector
Computer L R S-Video
Computer In/Out Audio In
2 monitor cable MONITOR connector LCD connector
Connecting to a PC laptop computer
Before beginning, turn off the projector and computer if they are on. To access the connectors on the projector, push open the cover located on the right side of the projector, under the handle. 1. Connect the LCD connector on the Y-cable to the projectors Computer IN/OUT port. 2. Connect the VGA connector on the Y-cable to the laptops monitor port. 3. Tighten the screws for all connectors to make sure they are fastened securely.
2 VGA connector MONITOR connector
1 LCD connector
When the external graphics port is activated, some laptop computers automatically turn off their internal display. See your computer manual for information on using the internal display.
Connecting to a desktop Macintosh
Before beginning, turn off the projector and Macintosh if they are on. To access the connectors on the projector, push open the cover located on the right side of the projector, under the handle. 1. Attach the Macintosh adapters provided with the projector to the appropriate connectors on the Y-cable. Connect the MONITOR adapter to the MONITOR connector (1a), and connect the VGA adapter to the VGA connector (1b). 2. Disconnect the monitor cable from the monitor port on the back of the Macintosh and connect it to the MONITOR Macintosh adapter. 3. Connect the VGA adapter (attached to the Y-cable) to the Macintoshs monitor port. 4. Connect the Y-cables LCD connector to the projectors Computer IN/OUT port. 5. Tighten the screws for all connectors to make sure they are fastened securely.
If you need to raise or lower the image on the screen, extend or retract the two feet at the bottom of the projector as follows: 1. Stand behind the projector and support the front of it while you press the purple release buttons located above the feet. This unlocks the feet so they can move up and down freely. Do not let the projector drop.
Caution: Do not hold the projector by its lens. This can damage the lens. 2. While pressing the release buttons, raise or lower the projector until the screen image is correctly positioned. 3. Release the buttons to lock the feet in their new position. 4. To fine-tune the height of the projector, turn the feet clockwise to raise the height or counterclockwise to lower it.
Controlling the Projector
Normally you control the projector using the remote control. The buttons on the remote control allow you to do the following: Switch between the computer and video images Adjust the brightness, volume, and synchronization Turn standby mode on or off Access the menus to adjust the image, audio, video, or display settings (described in Chapter 3) Control your computer (described in Chapter 4). The functions of the remote control buttons are summarized on page 25. To use the remote control, always point it toward one of the two remote control receivers. One is located at the front of the projector; the other is located on the back. You can use the remote control up to 33 feet (10 meters) from the projector. In addition to the remote control, you can control the projector by: Pressing the buttons on the projectors operation panel, located on top of the projector. These buttons duplicate the buttons on the remote control. Running the ELP Link software on your computer. This program contains the same controls available on the remote control, including the menus. See page 26 for more information.
- Sync +
Menu Menu Select
- Bright +
_ Function + Adjust
Button/component Standby Prev, Next* Menu Custom Video Freeze Mute Light
Function Turns standby mode on or off. Control the computer (see Chapter 4). Displays or hides the menus. Selects one of four functions: pattern (default), serial, blank, or prompt. See Chapter 3 to assign the function. Switches between the computer image and video source. Freezes or unfreezes the image. Turns off the sound. Illuminates buttons for 10 seconds or until you press a button or use the trackball. Pressing again keeps the buttons on for another 10 seconds. Synchronize the RGB signals coming from the computer to eliminate flickering. Adjust the image brightness. Adjust the volume level. Selects a menu when the menu bar is displayed or controls the computer (see Chapter 4). Moves the cursor when using the projector menus, or moves the mouse on your computer screen.
Sync (+ and -) Bright (+ and -) Volume (+ and -) Drag/Menu Select* Trackball
Adjust buttons (+ and -)* Adjust the settings when using the projector menus. When no menu is displayed, these buttons control the computer. * Programmable to control the computer. See Chapter 4 for more information.
If you do not use the remote control for 15 minutes, it enters sleep mode and cannot be reactivated using the trackball. Press any button to turn off sleep mode so you can use the trackball.
Adjusting the settings from ELP Link
If you set up the projector for serial communication as described in Chapter 1, you can use the ELP Link program to control the projector from your computer. To start ELP Link, do one of the following: Windows. Open the ELP Utilities program group by double-clicking on its icon. Then double-click the ELP Link icon. Macintosh. Open the ELP Utilities folder by double-clicking on its icon. Double-click the ELP Link folder icon and then double-click the ELP Link icon. You see a screen similar to the following:
The buttons on the right side of the screen allow you to control the projector settings as you do with the remote control. See the table on page 25 for a description of these buttons. The buttons on the left allow you to access the menus. For more information about the menus, see Chapter 3.
Monitoring the Projector
The three lights at the top of the projector monitor its operating status:
power light lamp light
Under normal circumstances the power and lamp lights are green and the temperature light is off. (During standby mode, the lamp light is off and the power light is orange.) Any time the status or operation of the projector changes or whenever a problem occurs, the lights flash or turn orange. See Chapter 6 for specific information about the meaning of the status lights.
Using Rear Projection
The projector can be set up for front or rear projection. In rear projection, the projector is on the opposite side of the screen from the audience, as shown here:
For rear projection, you must turn on the Rear setting in the Display menu. This setting flips the image from left to right for correct viewing. See Chapter 3 for information about the menus. Because the screen is between the remote control and the projector for rear projection, you need the optional lead wire to use the remote control. See Chapter 1 for more information. If you dont have the lead wire, use the buttons on the operation panel to make changes to the menus.
Using the Menus The projector menus allow you to do the following:
Control the brightness, contrast, sharpness, and color of the image. Adjust the vertical or horizontal position of the display, change the placement of the menus, and configure the display for rear projection or an upside down ceiling mount. Adjust audio settings such as volume, balance, bass, and treble. Adjust the display by rotating or inverting it and modifying the color. Change the language used in the menus and specify how long the projector is idle before it enters standby mode. Assign a function to the remote controls Custom button.
Accessing the Menus
You can display menus on the projector screen or on your computer. To display menus on top of the projector screen, press the Menu button on the remote control or the operation panel. This opens the currently selected menu. Other menus are available from the menu bar at the bottom of the menu.
The following table shows the settings for each of the menus:
Menu Computer Video Display Audio Options Custom Settings Brightness, Contrast, Sync, Tracking, Red, Green, Blue, Text (PC only), Mac LC (Macintosh only) Brightness, Contrast, Sharpness, Color, Mode, Text Horizontal, Vertical, Menu, Blank To, Rear Proj, Upside Down, Invert Volume, Balance, Audio Source, Bass, Treble, Loudness, Fade Prompt, Background, Serial, Power Save, Dly On, Language Pattern, Serial, Blank To, Prompt
To select a different menu, press the Menu Select button on the remote control or operation panel. To select a setting in the menu, use the trackball (remote control) or the Function Select buttons (operation panel). To close the menus, again press the Menu button.
Changing menu settings
Menu settings are sliders with increasing and decreasing values or checkboxes you turn on or off. A checkbox is on when it is shown with a checkmark.
To change a slider setting or turn a checkbox on or off, do one of the following: If youre using the remote control, use the trackball to select a menu setting. Then press the Adjust buttons (+ and -) to increase or decrease a slider setting or turn a checkbox on or off. If youre using the operation panel, use the Function Select buttons to select a setting and use the Function Adjust buttons to change a slider setting or turn a checkbox on or off. Any adjustments you make using the menus remain in effect until you change them. Turning off the projector does not reset the settings.
Bass Treble Loudness Fade
Temporarily displays a prompt on the projector screen to identify which source (computer or video) is providing the image. This prompt appears only when you switch the image source. Specifies what is shown onscreen when an image signal is not available. The options are Test Pattern (default), Black, or Blue. Enables communication between your computer and the projector. See Chapter 4 for more information. Specifies in minutes how long the projector waits for an image signal before entering standby mode. If an image signal is not received within the specified time, the projector automatically enters standby mode. Power Save can be 5 to 60 minutes. The default is 10.
Automatically places the projector in standby mode when it is turned on. By default Delay On is off.
Specifies the language used in the menus. The choices are English (default), Deutsch, Francais, Espanol, Italiano, and Japanese.
The Custom menu allows you to use the Custom button to immediately access one of the following four functions: Pattern (default). Displays a test pattern on the screen. Serial. Enables communication between the projector and your computer if you have installed the Serial Communication Kit. Blank. Turns off the image display and blanks the screen to black, white, or blue. The color of the screen is determined by the Blank To setting (see page 38). Prompt. Temporarily displays a prompt on the projector screen to identify which source (computer or video) is providing the image. This prompt appears only when you switch the image source.
Remote Control of the Computer This chapter describes the ELP Remote Programmer. When this utility is
running on your computer, you can use the remote control to control your software program. The trackball moves the mouse on your computer, and the five programmable buttons can be used to drag or click windows or icons.
Resetting the lamp timer
After changing the lamp, you need to reset the lamp timer as follows: 1. Make sure the projector is turned off. 2. Hold down the Menu and Sync buttons on the projector simultaneously and turn on the projector, while continuing to hold down the Menu and Sync buttons for several seconds after the power comes on. The three monitor lights start flashing, indicating that the lamp timer has been reset.
Replacing the Fuse
When you need to replace the fuse, use only a 250 V, 6.3A.T. fuse appropriate for your voltage. Follow these steps: 1. Turn off the projector and disconnect the power cord from both the back of the projector and the wall outlet. 2. Turn the projector so its back panel is facing you. The fuse holder is located below the power switch. 3. Remove the fuse holder by inserting a screwdriver or similar object into the groove. Then pry out the holder.
4. To remove the fuse from the holder, pull out one end so it is at an angle. Then pull out the fuse.
5. Insert the new fuse and push the fuse holder back into position.
6. Reconnect the power cord.
Troubleshooting This chapter describes what problems are indicated by the status lights and
provides information on what to do if you are having problems with the projector. It is divided into the following sections: General problems with the projector. See this section if the projector is not working and to find out what the status lights are indicating. Problems with the screen image. See this section if you cannot project an image or if the screen image is not good. Problems with the remote control. See this section if the projector or computer does not respond correctly when you use the remote control. If you have a problem, check the appropriate section and follow all suggestions that apply to your problem. If none of the suggested solutions solves the problem, call your ELP-3300 dealer or call the EPSON Connection. In the U.S., call (800) 922-8911. In Canada, call (800) BUY-EPSON.
Problems with the Projector
If you are having problems with the projector, first check the status lights at the top of the projector. These lights monitor the operation of the projector.
Status light Temperature
Color Flashing orange Orange
Status The projector is hot. The projector is too hot. The lamp turns off. The lamp is warming up. The lamp is on. The lamp is cooling down. The lamp has been used for 700 hours and should be replaced. The lamp is not working. The projector is in standby mode. The projector and lamp are on. The projector is receiving a signal from the remote control. There is a problem with the projector.
Flashing green Green Flashing orange Flashing green and orange Flashing red
Orange Green Flashing green Flashing red
For specific problems, see the following: The power status light does not come on. Check the power switch and make sure the power cable is securely connected at both the power outlet and the projector. The projector has become too hot and has turned off automatically. Wait for the projector to cool before turning it back on. The fuse may have blown. Replace the fuse as described in Chapter 5. The lamp does not come on. The projector is in standby mode. Press the Standby button on the remote control or the operation panel. The lamp is burned out and needs to be replaced. The temperature status light is flashing orange. The lamp is too hot. Turn off the lamp and let it cool. When you turn the lamp back on, check the temperature light again. Make sure nothing is blocking the ventilation vents.
The temperature status light is orange. The projector is overheating and turns the lamp off automatically. Let the projector cool for a few minutes; then turn it back on. Make sure nothing is blocking the ventilation vents. The air filter may be clogged. Clean it as described in Chapter 5 and then let the projector cool for a while. If the projector continues to overheat after you clean the air filter, the problem may be caused by damage to the cooling fan or internal circuits. Contact a qualified service person.
The lamp status light is flashing red and the lamp does not come on. Turn off the projector and turn it back on again. Check the lamp light again. If the lamp still does not come on, it may have burned out or become damaged. Replace it as described in Chapter 5.
Problems with the Image or Sound
An image does not appear on the screen. Check that the power light is on and the lens cover is off. Also make sure the Y-cable is installed correctly to both the image source and projector as described in Chapter 1. The projector may be in standby mode. Press the Standby button on the remote control or operation panel to turn on the lamp. The correct image source may not be selected. Press the Video button on the remote control or operation panel to choose the other image source. The brightness level may not be set correctly. Use the Brightness button to adjust the brightness level. Only part of the computer image is displayed. Your monitor is set up for a resolution higher than 640 x 480, and the projector is compressing the image. You need to choose a different monitor display setting. In Windows, use Windows Setup in the Main program group. For a Macintosh, choose Control Panels under the Apple menu and then Monitors; in the Monitors screen, choose Options and make sure Macintosh Hi-Res Display or another 640 x 480 display is selected. For supported display settings, see Appendix A. You may also need to modify existing presentation files if you created for them for a different resolution. See your software manual for specific information.
Only the test pattern is displayed. The input source has not been selected correctly. Press the Video button on the remote control or operation panel to select the other image source. The projector is not detecting the signal from the source. Check that the cable is securely attached to both the source and projector. If it is, the problem may be with your presentation software. The proper order was not followed when the projector and peripheral devices were turned on. Turn off the projector and all devices in the reverse order shown on page 20. Then turn everything back on in the proper order.
The image or parts of the image are blurred or not in focus. Turn the focus ring on the projector to see if this improves the image. Check also that the projector is within the recommended distance according to the size of the screen (see page 4). For the sharpest images, the projector must be perpendicular to the screen and the projection surface must be flat. Adjust the Brightness and Contrast settings on the Computer or Video menu. If youre viewing a computer image, also try adjusting the Sync setting on the Computer menu. There may be dirt or stains on the lens. Clean the lens as described in Chapter 5.
The colors of the image are not right. The color balance may be incorrect. If youre displaying a computer image, adjust the Red, Green, and Blue settings in the Computer menu. If youre displaying video, adjust the Color and Tint settings. Check also that Invert in the Display menu is not selected. The video cable from your computer may not be properly attached. Check to see that it is properly and securely attached to the connectors on both the projector and image source.
Text is not displayed correctly. The software program you are using displays text at 720 dpi, but the projector displays text at 640 dpi. Use the Text setting in the Computer menu to compress the text to 640 dpi.
There is no sound. Check first that the volume setting is not turned all the way down and that the audio/video cable is securely attached to both the projector and the audio source. Press the Mute button on the remote control to make sure the mute function is not on. The wrong source is selected. Use the Video button on the remote control to change the source. Also, check that the Audio Source setting in the Audio menu is not set for a specific source. The Fade setting might not be appropriate. Adjust this setting in the Audio menu.
Problems with the Remote Control
You programmed the buttons on the remote control to control the computer, but pressing one or more buttons has no effect. First make sure the RS-232C serial cable is properly and securely connected as described in Chapter 1. Check that the Serial setting on the Options menu is on and the ELP Remote Programmer is running on your computer. The remote control is more than 33 feet from the projector or is more than 30 degrees to the side of the projector. Move closer to the projector and hold the remote control more directly in front of it. There is an obstacle in the path between the remote control and the receiver at the front or back of the projector. Remove anything blocking the path. If youre using rear projection and the screen is between the remote control and the projector, you need to connect the remote control directly to the projector using the optional lead wire. Both the ELP Remote Programmer and ELP Link utilities are running. When both are running, ELP Link has priority. You need to close ELP Link in order to use the ELP Remote Programmer. The ELP Remote Programmer might be set up for a different serial port than the one youre using. Bring up the ELP Remote Programmer and open the Special menu to check which serial COM port is selected.
Standard 8- and 24-bit color monitor
* Compressed to 640 x 480.
The following tables describe the pin assignments for the three connectors of the Y-cable: LCD connector, VGA connector, and Monitor connector. The pin assignments for the VGA and Monitor connectors are identical.
LCD connector pin assignments The LCD connector is a 26-pin D-style connector. Its pin assignments are as follows:
Input pin Signal Output pin 5
Vertical sync Horizontal sync Blue analog Intensity digital Green digital Red analog Blue digital Red digital Green analog input with composite sync GND GND GND Digital/analog video cable ID GND VGA/no video cable ID pin Monochrome digital (Hercules)
Monitor and VGA connector pin assignments The Monitor connector is a female video RGB, 15-pin micro-D style connector, and the VGA connector is a male video RGB, 15-pin micro-D style connector. The pin assignments for both connectors are as follows:
Input pin 15 Signal Red analog input Green analog input with composite sync Blue analog input GND GND Red GND Green GND Blue GND NC Sync GND GND NC Horizontal sync/composite sync input Vertical sync input NC
Brightness. The balance of light and dark shades in an image. Composite video. A type of video signal that encodes picture, luminance, and synchronization information so it can be carried in one signal. Contrast. A measure of the tonal differences between the highlights and shadows of an image. In a high-contrast image, light areas are very bright and dark areas are very dark, with relatively few levels of gray between white and black. Contrast is made lower by adding grays. ELP Remote Programmer. Utility that allows you to use the remote control to control your computer. It also allows you to assign a keyboard macro to the remote controls five programmable buttons. Macro. As used in the ELP Remote Programmer, a series of 32 keystrokes and mouse commands that can be assigned to a programmable button on the remote control. Pressing the button has the same effect as typing the keys contained in the macro.
NTSC. A 525-line video broadcast format developed by the National Television Standards Committee. NTSC is widely used in North America, Mexico, and Japan. PAL (Phase Alternation by Line). A 625-line video broadcast format used in Western Europe, India, China, Australia, New Zealand, and parts of Africa. Record mode. A Remote Control Programmer mode in which the codes for non-character keys are entered automatically when the key is pressed. Resolution. A measure of the amount of detail contained in an image. Resolution can be measured in dots per inch or in pixels. Image sharpness and clarity improve as resolution increases. RGB. A type of color scheme that defines color as percentages of red, green, and blue. RS-232C. A standard type of serial communication. S-Video. A type of video signal used in S-VHS videotape formats. It transmits luminance and color separately. Saturation. A measure of how much white is mixed with a hue. For example, a pale pink and bright red are the same hue but differ in the level of saturation, with red being very saturated and pink being pure (not saturated). SECAM (System Electronique pour Couleur Avec Memoire). A 625-line TV system used in France, Eastern Europe, Russia, and parts of Africa.
Serial. The type of communication interface that transmits data over a single wire. Sleep mode. A battery-saving feature in which the remote control becomes idle when it is not used for 15 minutes. Standby mode. A power-saving feature in which the projector remains on but the lamp is turned off. By default, standby mode is automatically turned on when the projector is not used for 10 minutes. VGA. Video Graphics Array. A high-resolution display adapter that provides a variety of video modes.
Accessories, xii Activate button, 47, 51 Activating a template, 51 Adjust buttons, 25 Air filter cleaning, 5456 importance of cleaning, 53 replacing, 55 Audio cable, 2, 13 connecting, 13 locking to one source, 39 menu, 30, 39 problems with, 71 supplying to external speaker, 39, 71 supplying to projector, 13 Audio Source, 39
Backgnd, 40 Balance, 39 Bass, 39 Batteries, inserting in remote control, 56 Blank, 41 Blank To, 38, 41 Blue level, 35 Bright button, 25 Brightness, 34, 36, 81 Button Test, 47 Buttons, remote control, 2325
Cables additional, 3 audio/video, 2, 11, 13 for external speaker, 14 Macintosh video-out, 3, 10 serial, 15 S-Video, 3, 11 supplied with the projector, 2 VGA, 2, 7980 video-out, 3, 10 Colors adjusting for computer, 35 adjusting for video, 36 density, 36 inverting, 38 problems with, 71 Communication between projector and computer, xi, 1 Compatibility Macintosh models, 6 monitor display settings, 78 PC compatibles, 6 video formats, ix, 11 Composite video, ix, 11, 81 CompuServe, xviixviii Computer menu, 30, 3435 Connecting to a computer, 610 desktop Macintosh, 9
Macintosh PowerBook, 10 PC desktop, 7 PC laptop, 8 Connecting to a video source, 1112 Connecting to an audio source, 13 Connecting to an external speaker, 14 Contrast, 34, 36, 81 Controlling projector, 2327 Custom button, 25, 29, 41 Custom menu, 30, 41
Delay On, 40 Display formats, supported, 76 Display menu, 30, 3738 Displaying source of image, 41 Drag button, 25
Edit menu (ELP Remote Programmer), 52 Electrical specifications, 77 ELP Link, xi, 16, 23, 26 accessing menus, 32 adjusting settings, 2627 installing, 16 main screen, 26, 32 running with ELP Remote Programmer, 72 starting up, 26
Remote control buttons, 2325 connecting directly to projector, 17 controlling software, 43 illuminating buttons, 25 installing batteries, 56 installing lead wire, 17 problems with, iiiiv, 7273 programming, 4851 range, 23, 72 sleep mode, 25 Remote control lead wire, xii installing, 17 Reset, 33 Reset All, 33 Resetting lamp timer, 61 Resolution, ix, 82 supported by projector, 78 Restoring menu defaults, 33 RGB, 82 RS-232C, 1516, 82
SECAM, ix, 11, 36, 82 Serial, 40 assigning to Custom button, 41 cable, 2, 1516 communication, 1516, 40 Communication Kit, xi, 1516, 41 Setting up projector, 46 Sharpness, 36 Sleep mode, 25, 32, 83 Software installation, 16 Sound adjusting for external speaker, 39 problems with, 71 Special menu, 52 Standby button, 20, 25 Standby mode, xi, 20, 27, 67, 69, 83 specifying delay, 40 turning on automatically at startup, 40 Status lights, 27, 66 Sync button, 25 Synchronize, 34
S-Video, ix, 3, 11, 82 Safety instructions, iii, xiv Screen distance from projector, 4 optional polarized screens, xii sizes, 4
Temperature status light, 6668 Templates, 44 activating, 51 Test pattern, 41, 70 Text, 35 problems displaying, 71
Tint, 37 Trackball, 25 cleaning, 5657 problems with, 73 Tracking, 35 Treble, 39 Troubleshooting, 6573 Turning projector on and off, 20
Video button, 25 Video menu, 30, 3637 Video-out capability, 3, 6, 10 Volume adjusting for external speaker, 39 adjusting with remote control, 25 controlling from menu, 39 Volume button, 25
Unpacking projector, 2 Upside Down, 38
World Wide Web site, xviii
Vertical, 37 VGA, definition, 83 VGA cable, 2, 11 pin assignments, 7980 Video cable, 2, 11 connecting to projector, 1112 choosing a specific format, 3637 Macintosh video-out cable, 3, 10 supported formats, ix, 11 Y-cable, 2 pin assignments, 7980
Zoom ring, 21
|Product Type||Projector lamp|
|Product Material||Metal, glass|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
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