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PT-DW5100E PT-DW5100EL DLP -Based Projector
The 5,500-lm wide projector that's easy to see even in brightly lit rooms
Further expanding reliability and picture quality
Panasonic's DLP system projectors have taken another step forward. Now they produce even better images while maintaining all of their highly reliable functions. Their 5,500-lm brightness delivers crisp, easy-to-see images even in brightly lit classrooms and meeting rooms, to make High power brightness
presentations easier to understand. The PTDW5100E/DW5100EL can also project wide-screen images. This allows them to project images onto a large area regardless of the ceiling height.
*Without lens model
High brightness and high picture quality
Wide screen and high-power 5,500-lm brightness
The PT-DW5100E/DW5100EL offers a full 5,500 lumens of brightness and WXGA wide-screen projection. A newly developed AC lamp, a more efficient reflector and a synthetic mirror produce crisp, sharp images even when projecting images with a wide aspect ratio in ordinary daytime lighting.
System daylight view
The system daylight view function uses an image processing circuit to compensate for the loss of colour saturation that occurs when light reflects onto the screen from bright surroundings. It is especially effective for producing crisp, sharp images in dark portions containing gradation. The function can be adjusted in three steps.
Projection of bright, high-quality images in large spaces such as halls, conference rooms, classrooms, theatres, and churches.
Vivid colour control
A unique control technology is used to maximise the colour segment areas of the colour wheel. Compared to conventional projectors, the brightness of each colour is increased by an average of about 15%. This results in sharper, clearer colour reproduction.
Full 10-bit picture processing
New IP conversion circuit
More effective noise reduction
The use of a full 10-bit image processing system provides smooth tonal expression. For example, skin tones appear natural and true to life.
The PT-DW5100E/DW5100EL features a new IP conversion circuit that produces more detailed images than our previous models.
Images are noticeably clearer, thanks to higher-performance frame noise reduction, which lowers image graininess, and improved MPEG noise reduction, which suppresses the block noise and mosquito noise that are common in fast-action scenes.
Progressive cinema scan (3/2 Pulldown)
This interlace/progressive conversion technology automatically detects when the input signal is derived from filmed material and selects the optimum progressive processing method to assure faithful reproduction of the original image.
3D colour management system
Compensation provides optimal levels of colour saturation, hue, and brightness that were not possible with conventional projectors. Colours approach those of the original image, even on large-screen displays.
Dynamic sharpness control
The dynamic sharpness control circuit adjusts the video signal waveforms based on the difference in brightness of adjacent pixels for a sharp, clear picture that is relatively unaffected by signal noise.
Dual lamp system
The use of two lamp system increases brightness and eliminates the need to interrupt a presentation if a lamp burns out (in dual lamp operation mode).
Flexible system installation
Built-in multi-screen support system
Horizontal/ Vertical lens shift
A wide adjustment range of the horizontal/ vertical lens shift assures distortion free images and adds convenience and versatility. (Horizontal : manual, Vertical : powered)
Web browser control/ monitoring and e-mail message alert
Anybody can operate the PT-DW5100E/ DW5100EL by remote control or monitor its status over a LAN network, because it is all done using the computers familiar Web browser. Furthermore, the PT-DW5100E/ DW5100EL sends an E-mail message to notify the operator when an error has occurred, or a lamp needs to be replaced.
With edge blending
Without edge blending
Overlapping image edges
Edge blending function
This function controls luminance at the edges where screens overlap. By eliminating unnatural screen joints, it produces uniformly attractive multi-screen displays.
Optional lenses for various venues
Five optional lenses with different throw distances are available in addition to the supplied lens. These powered zoom/focus lenses enable the projectors to perform superbly in an array of projection environments.
Colour matching function
The Colour Matching function corrects the subtle variations in colour reproduction between projectors. Originally developed ''adjustment assist'' software quickly and precisely optimises images, so the colours on each screen are uniformly reproduced.
Digital image enlarging
Images are enlarged up to 10 times (horizontally and vertically) without having to use any additional devices.
The PT-DW5100E/DW5100EL has an array of terminals-two RGB inputs including a 5-BNC connector, serial in/out, one S-video inputs, two remote in, one remote out, DVI-D and control capability-to support a broad range of projection needs HDCP. (High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection) compliant. Using the serial terminal(RS232C), it is also possible to connect and operate AMX and Crestron control systems with ease.
A lens-centered, symmetrical design provides flexible system layout, eliminating the need for any special considerations when planning the installation site.
Panasonic's original liquid-cooling system directly cools the DLP chip, which extends PT-DW5100E/DW5100EL performance and attains a high level of reliability. It also enables operation in temperatures up to 45C/113 F for use in a wider variety of environments, and maintains a more stable performance even in harsh conditions while keeping the operating sound down to a quiet 29 dB*.
*with lamp mode: low
Micro cut filter
A filter in the air intake section traps dust particles that are 10 microns* or larger. By capturing approximately 7 times as much dust as conventional filters, it guards against optical blocks and reduces the penetration of dust into the interior to provide stable operation by, for example, preventing drops in brightness.
*10-micron dust = lint, pollen, etc. Micro cut filter
Newly developed AC lamps with full 275 watts of power offer excellent brightness and greater reliability than other types. A new lamp drive system also lowers the stress on the lamp electrodes while the lamps are lit. The new lamps have a lifetime of approximately 3,000 hours*, which is reassuring for applications where the projector is frequently used. The AC lamps also minimise colour irregularities.
* The indicated figure is the maximum value when two lamps are used in Lamp Low mode, with operating cycles of 3.5 hours ON and 0.5 hour OFF. If the frequency of operation increases, the lamp replacement cycle will become shorter. [It is recommended that the mechanical shutter be used to turn images off for a short period.]
Dust-resistant optical block
Radiator DLP chip Reserver tank
The dust-resistant design of the optical block helps ensure that projectors with DLP technology will continue to deliver crisp, sharp, high resolution images over an extended service life.
The LAN terminals support PJLink class 1 connection. Control with the same specifications is also possible when used in a multi-projector system with projectors of another brand.
Other valuable features Mechanical lens shutter
A mechanical lens shutter minimises annoying light leakage when the PT-DW5100E/ DW5100EL is on standby or temporarily not in use, such as during a meeting.
Easy replacement of dust filter and lamp
Dust filter is replaced from the side and lamps are replaced from the back panel. Both of them are replaced very easily even when PT-DW5100E/DW5100EL is installed.
Multi projector monitoring & control software
Direct power off
Built-in capacitor provides power to cool the internal parts. This means that you can switch off the room's main power as soon as the presentation ends. PT-DW5100E/DW5100EL doesn't make you wait around and helps minimise lamp damage.
Panasonic's original ''Multi Projector Monitoring & Control Software''* freeware allows the user to control and monitor multiple projectors via LAN. When a problem occurs, an alarm message is sent to the controlling/ monitoring PC.
* Available in June 2008. Please consult a sales representative if necessary.
ID assignment for up to 65 units Coordinated group control for up to 26 groups (A-Z) Digital vertical keystone correction Built-in test pattern Selectable 9-language on-screen menu (English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Japanese, Chinese, Korean) Anti-theft features with chain opening
Flexible angle setting
The PT-DW5100E/ DW5100EL can be rotated vertically. This means you can install it at any upand-downangle you wish to accommodate different installation conditions.
Easy lens replacement
The PT-DW5100E/DW5100EL uses the bayonet system, so lenses attach and detach with one-touch ease.
The PT-DW5100EL delivers the same performance as the PT-DW5100E, but comes without lens. Combine it with an optional lens to get the exact performance you need according to usage and operating conditions.
Control panel and wireless remote control
Panasonic works from every angle to minimise environmental impact in the product design, production and delivery processes, and in the performance of the product during its life cycle. The PT-DW5100E/DW5100EL reflects the following ecological considerations. No halogenated flame retardants are used in the cabinet. Lamp power switching further reduces power consumption. Auto Power Save activates standby mode when no signal is input.
The rear control panel allows for easy operation when the PT-DW5100E/ DW5100EL is set on a desk or floor. New wireless remote control with longer transmission capacity of 30 m.
System Device Pixels Lamp Brightness (normal lamp)*1 Contrast ratio*1 Resolution Lens PT-DW5100E PT-DW5100EL Screen size Lens shift RGB input scanning frequency Component signal Video signal Terminals VIDEO IN S-VIDEO IN RGB1/YPBPR IN RGB2 IN DVI-D IN RS-232C IN RS-232C OUT REMOTE 1 IN REMOTE 1 OUT REMOTE 2 IN LAN Keystone correction range Installation Power cord length Power supply Power consumption Dimensions (W x H x D) Weight*2 PT-DW5100E PT-DW5100EL Operating temperature Operating humidity Supplied accessories DLP Projection system 0.65" (diagonal) DLP chip 15:9 983,040 (1,280 x 768) x 1 total of 983,040 pixels 275 W UHM lamp x 2 (Dual Lamp System) 5,500 lumens (dual lamp, high power mode) 2,000:1 (full on/full off, contrast mode: high) 1,280 x 768 pixels Powered zoom/focus lens, Supplied lens: (1.8-2.4:1) F = 1.7-2.0, f = 25.6-33.8 mm Optional powered zoom/focus lenses 50 - 600 inches Vertical: 60% (powered), Horizontal: 10% (manual)
unit: mm [inch]
R/PR VIDEO IN S-VIDEO IN REMOTE 1 IN OUT
B/PB SYNC/HD IN
VD SERIAL RGB 2 IN OUT DVI-D IN LAN
RGB 1 IN REMOTE 2
fH 15-91 kHz, fV 50-85 Hz Dot clock 150 MHz or lower 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720/60p, 720/50p, 1080/60i, 1080/60p 1080/50i, 1080/50p NTSC, NTSC4.43, PAL, PAL60, PAL-N, PAL-M, SECAM BNC Mini DIN 4-pin BNC x 5 D-sub HD 15-pin 24pin DVI 1.0 compliant, HDCP compatible, for single link D-sub 9-pin female D-sub 9-pin male M3 jack M3 jack D-sub 9-pin female (parallel) RJ-45x1, compliant with PJLink (class 1), 10Base-T/100Base-TX 30 (with standard lens) Front/rear, ceiling/floor 3.0m (9.9') 220-240 V AC, 50 / 60 Hz 750 W (790 VA) (15 W during standby mode with fan stopped) 530 x 167 x 429 mm (20-7/8' x 6-9/16' x 16-7/8') (without lens) Approx. 13.9 kg (30.6 lbs) with supplied lens Approx. 13.1 kg (28.9 lbs) without lens 0 -45 C (32 -113 F) 20-80% (no condensation) Power cord, Wireless/wired remote control unit, AA Batteries (x 2) for remote control, Wire rope
167 (6 9/16)
530 (20 7/8)
Replacement Lamp Unit ET-LAD57 ET-LAD57W (twin pack) Ceiling Mount Bracket for high ceiling ET-PKD56H
Zoom Lens (1.4-1.8:1) ET-DLE100 Zoom Lens (2.5-4.1:1) ET-DLE200 Zoom Lens (3.5-4.7:1) ET-DLE310 Zoom Lens (4.7-8.9:1) ET-DLE410 Fixed Focus Lens (0.8:1) ET-DLE050
Ceiling Mount Bracket for low ceiling ET-PKD55S
*1: Measurement, measuring conditions, and method of notation all comply with ISO 21118 international standards. *2 Average value. May differ depending on models.
NOTES ON USE
1. Do not install the projector in locations that are subject to excessive water, humidity, steam, or oily smoke. Doing so may result in fire, malfunction, or electric shock. 2. The projector uses a high-voltage mercury lamp that contains high internal pressure. This lamp may break, emitting a large sound, or fail to illuminate, due to impact or extended use. 3. The projector uses of high-wattage lamp that becomes very hot during operation. Please observe the following precautions. Never place objects on top of the projector while it is operation. Make sure there is an unobstructed space of 500 mm or more around the projector's exhaust openings. Do not stack projector units directly on top of one another for the purpose of multiple (stacked) projection. When stacking projector units, be sure to provide the amount of space indicated between them. These space requirements also apply to installation where only one projector unit is operating at one time and the other unit is used as a backup. If the projector is placed in a box or enclosure, temperature of the air surrounding the projector must be between 0 C and 35 C. Also make sure the projector's intake and exhaust openings are not blocked. Take particular care to ensure that hot air from the exhaust openings is not sucked into the intake openings.
* Even when the ambient temperature near the intake opening is 40 C/104 F or lower, an accumulation of hot air inside the cabinet may cause the protective circuit to activate and shut down the projector. Please give ample consideration to the design with regard to ambient temperature conditions.
Screen size (15:9)
Diagonal image size 50" 80" 100" 150" 200" 300" 400" 500" 600" With ET-DLE100 1.4-1.8:1 min. max. With supplied lens* 1.8-2.4:1 min. max.
With ET-DLE200 2.5-4.1:1 max. min. With ET-DLE310 3.5-4.7:1 min. max. With ET-DLE410 4.7-8.9:1 min. max. With ET-DLE050 0.8:1 L 864mm 2.8' 1,404mm 4.6' 1,764mm 5.8' 2,664mm 8.8' 3,564mm 11.8'
1,455mm 1,972mm 1,945mm 2,586mm 2,669mm 4,339mm 3,824mm 5,024mm 5,083mm 9,620mm 14.6' 8.9' 12.7' 16.7' 4.8' 16.9' 6.5' 32.0' 6.4' 8.6' 2,355mm 3,184mm 3,151mm 4,176mm 4,310mm 7,084mm 6,182mm 8,102mm 8,215mm 15,473mm 23.6' 14.3' 20.6' 27.0' 7.8' 27.3' 10.6' 51.5' 10.5' 13.9' 2,955mm 3,992mm 3,955mm 5,236mm 5,404mm 8,874mm 7,754mm 10,154mm 10,303mm 19,375mm 29.6' 18.0' 25.8' 33.8' 9.8' 34.3' 13.3' 64.6' 13.2' 17.4' 4,455mm 6,012mm 5,965mm 7,886mm 8,139mm 13,349mm 11,684mm 15,284mm 15,523mm 29,130mm 44.5' 27.1' 38.9' 50.9' 14.8' 51.7' 20.0' 97.1' 19.9' 26.3' 5,955mm 8,032mm 7,975mm 10,536mm 10,874mm 17,824mm 15,614mm 20,414mm 20,743mm 38,885mm 59.4' 36.2' 52.0' 68.0' 19.8' 69.1' 26.8' 129.6' 26.6' 35.1' 8,955mm 12,072mm 11,995mm 15,836mm 16,344mm 26,774mm 23,474mm 30,674mm 31,183mm 58,395mm 89.3' 54.4' 78.2' 102.2' 29.8' 103.9' 40.2' 194.6' 40.0' 52.8' 11,955mm 16,112mm 16,015mm 21,136mm 21,814mm 35,724mm 31,334mm 40,934mm 41,623mm 77,905mm 119.1' 72.7' 104.4' 136.5' 39.8' 138.7' 53.7' 259.7' 53.4' 70.5' 14,955mm 20,152mm 20,035mm 26,436mm 27,284mm 44,674mm 39,194mm 51,194mm 52,063mm 97,415mm 148.9' 90.9' 130.6' 170.7' 49.8' 173.5' 67.2' 324.7' 66.8' 88.1' 17,955mm 24,192mm 24,055mm 31,736mm 32,754mm 53,624mm 47,054mm 61,454mm 62,503mm 116,925mm 389.8' 105.8' 178.8' 109.2' 156.8' 204.9' 59.8' 208.3' 80.7' 80.2'
4. If the projector is to be operated continuously 24 hours a day, use the dual-lamp optical system's alternating lamp operation (lamp changer) function. The projector cannot be operated continuously 24 hours a day in dual-lamp mode. Allow a minimum of two hours per day of non-operation time per day if the using the dual-lamp mode. 5. The lamp replacement cycle duration becomes shorter if the projector is operated repeatedly for short periods. The length of time that it takes for the lamp to break or fail to illuminate varies greatly depending on individual lamp characteristics and usage conditions. The brightness of the lamp will gradually decrease with use. 6. Please clean the filter regularly. As for details, please refer to the operation manual.
* The supplied lens is used only for PT-DW5100E.
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Weights and dimensions shown are approximate. Specifications are subject to change without notice. This product may be subject to export regulations. An application has been filed for trademark rights, or trademark rights have been granted, for PJLink in Japan, United States of America and other countries and area. VGA and XGA are trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation. All other trademarks are the property of their respective trademark owners. Projection Images simulated. DLP, DLP logo and DLP Medallion logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Texas Instruments. (C) 2008 Panasonic Coporation All rights reserved.
All information included here is valid as of October 2008.
PT-DW5100E4-08October20K Printed in Japan.
429 (16 7/8)
Do not do anything that might damage the power cord or the power cord plug.
Do not damage the power cord, make any modifications to it, place it near any hot objects, bend it excessively, twist it, pull it, place heavy objects on top of it or wrap it into a bundle. If the power cord is used while damaged, electric shocks, short-circuits or fire may result. Ask an Authorized Service Centre to carry out any repairs to the power cord that might be necessary.
Clean the power cord plug regularly to prevent it from becoming covered in dust.
If dust builds up on the power cord plug, the resulting humidity can damage the insulation, which could result in fire. Pull the power cord plug out from the wall outlet and wipe it with a dry cloth. If not using the projector for an extended period of time, pull the power cord plug out from the wall outlet.
Do not handle the power cord plug with wet hands.
Precautions with regard to safety
Do not set up the projector in humid or dusty places or in places where the projector may come into contact with oily smoke or steam.
Using the projector under such conditions may result in fire, electric shocks or plastic deterioration. The plastic deterioration may cause the falling down of the projector which is mounted in the ceiling.
Do not place the projector on soft materials such as carpets or sponge mats.
Doing so may cause the projector to overheat, which can cause burns, fire or damage to the projector.
During a thunderstorm, do not touch the projector or the cable.
Electric shocks can result.
Do not place your hands or other objects close to the air outlet port.
Heated air comes out of the air outlet port. Do not place your hands or face, or objects which cannot withstand heat close to this port [allow at least 50 cm of space], otherwise burns or damage could result.
Do not use or handle the batteries improperly.
Failure to observe these precautions may cause the batteries to leak, overheat, explode or catch fire. - Do not disassemble the dry cell batteries. - Do not heat, or disassemble the batteries or place them into fire or liquids such as water. - Do not connect the + and - terminals with wire or other metallic objects. - Do not store batteries together with metallic objects such as necklaces or hairpins. - Make sure the polarities (+ and -) are correct when inserting the batteries. - Do not use a new battery together with an old battery or mix different types of batteries. - Do not use batteries with the outer covering peeling away or removed. - Do not use rechargeable batteries in place of the dry cell batteries. - The batteries have a protective outer covering. Do not remove this covering, as this may result in a short circuit.
Do not clean the lens surface with fuzzy or dusty cloth.
If dust adheres to the lens, it will be magnified and projected on the screen. Use a soft and clean cloth to wipe off dust.
Name and function of parts
Remote control operation indicator lamp The lamp flashes when any remote control button is pressed. POWER STANDBY ( ) button (page 23) Switched the power to the standby mode if the MAIN POWER has been put to the l position. POWER ON ( I ) button (page 22) Turns on the power if the MAIN POWER has been put to the l position. Input selector (RGB1, RGB2, DVI-D, VIDEO, S-VIDEO) button Use to toggle through the RGB1, RGB2, DVI-D, VIDEO and S-VIDEO input ports. MENU button (page 27) Displays and clears the MAIN MENU. It can also return to the previous screen when the menu is displayed. Arrow buttons (page 27) Use these buttons to select an item on the menu screen, change setting and adjust the level. Also use them to enter the SECURITY password. ENTER button (page 27) Press this button to enter your menu selection or to run function. ON SCREEN button This button turns on and off the on-screen indication function. TEST PATTERN button (page 38) This displays the test pattern. Numeric (0 - 9) buttons (pages 15, 38) These buttons are used for systems where more than one projector is being used. They are used to enter ID numbers when selecting an ID, and they are also used by service personnel for entering passwords when password entry is needed.
STATUS button (page 25) Press this button to display projector information. It can also be used to send information about the projectors status via E-mail. AUTO SETUP button (page 25) Pressing this button while projecting an image automatically corrects the picture positioning on the screen. While the auto setup feature is active, a message AUTO SETUP appears on the screen. SHUTTER button (page 25) Press this button to black out the image temporarily. ASPECT button (page 29) Switches the image aspect ratio.
LENS (FOCUS, ZOOM, SHIFT) buttons (page 24) These buttons are used to adjust the projection lens. Function 1 (FUNC1) button (page 35) This button can control the functions set in FUNC1 of the OPTION1 screen from the MAIN MENU. DEFAULT button (page 27) Press this button to restore the default factory setting. ID SET button (page 15) When two or more main units are used in the system, this button specifies the ID of the remote control. ID ALL button (page 15) When two or more main units are used in the system, this button switches to the mode to control them simultaneously with a single remote control.
Rear view of the main unit
Controls on rear panel
Air exhaust vents
Heated air comes out of the air outlet port. Do not place your hands or face, or objects which cannot withstand heat close to this port [allow at least 50 cm of space], otherwise burns or damage could result. Lamp unit cover The lamp unit is housed. MAIN POWER switch (page 22) Use this switch to turn on I and off O the main power applied to the projector. Remote control receiver window (rear) (page 14) This also receives the signal beam coming from the remote control. POWER ON ( I ) button (page 22) Turns on the power. POWER STANDBY ( ) button (page 23) Switches the power to the standby mode. RGB1 button (page 22) Switches to RGB1 input. RGB2 button (page 22) Switches to RGB2 input. VIDEO button (page 22) Switches to video input. S-VIDEO button (page 22) Switches to S-VIDEO input. MENU button (page 27) Displays and clears the MAIN MENU. It can also return to the previous screen when the menu is displayed. The on-screen display (OSD) selection menu can be displayed by holding down the menu key for at least three seconds.
AUTO SETUP button (page 25) Pressing this button while projecting an image automatically corrects the picture positioning on the screen. DVI button (page 22) Switches to DVI-D input. SHUTTER button (page 25) Press this button to black out the image temporarily. ENTER button (page 27) Press this button to enter your menu selection or to run function. LENS button (page 24) Switches to the adjustment mode for lens focus, zoom and shift (position). Arrow ( ) buttons (page 27) Use to select an item on the menu screen, change setting and adjust the level. Also use them to enter the SECURITY password.
Side-mounted connection terminals
S-VIDEO IN REMOTE 1
RGB 1 IN REMOTE 2 IN
RGB 2 IN OUT
VIDEO IN terminal (page 21) An input terminal for video signals. (BNC) S-VIDEO IN terminal (page 21) An input terminal for S-Video signals. (MIN4-pin DIN) This terminal complies with S1 signals and automatically toggles between 16:9 and 4:3 according to the size of input signals. RGB 1 input (RGB 1 IN) terminal (page 21) A terminal to input RGB or YPBPR signals. (BNC) RGB 2 input (RGB 2 IN) terminal (page 21) A terminal to input RGB or YPBPR signals. (D-Sub 15-pin female) DVI-D IN terminal (page 21) DVI-D signals are applied to this terminal. (24-pin DVI-D connector) LAN terminal (page 39) This terminal is used to control the projector from the PC. (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX compliant) LAN terminal (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX) Connect LAN cable. LAN 10/100 lamp (Yellow) Lights up when 100BASE-TX connected. LAN LINK/ACT lamp (Green) Lights up when connected. Flashes when receiving/sending signals.
However, if the ID ALL button is pressed, the projector can be controlled regardless of the ID number of the projector (simultaneous control mode). Attention Do not press the ID SET button accidentally or carelessly because the ID number on the remote control can be set even when no projector is around. If the ID SET button is pressed, the ID number goes back to the one set before pressing the ID SET button unless a numeric button is pressed within five seconds after the ID SET button is pressed. Your specified ID number is stored in the remote control unit unless another one is specified later. However, the stored ID will be erased if the batteries of the remote control are left exhausted. When the dry cells are replaced, set the same ID number again.
Connect to the projector to use with a cable
When multiple main units are connected in the system, connect the units with the M3 stereo mini jack cable available in the market to simultaneously control the multiple main units with a single remote control unit through the REMOTE1 IN/OUT terminal. It is effective to use the wired remote control in the environment in which an obstacle stands in the light path or where devices are susceptible to outside light.
R/PR G/Y B/PB
Connect to the secondary projector M3 stereo mini jack cable (available in the market)
Attention Use two-core shielded cable of length smaller than 15 m. If the cable length exceeds 15 m, or if the shielding of the cable is inadequate, the operation may be unsatisfactory.
Any of the following four projection schemes can be used depending on users needs or viewing conditions. Use OPTION2 menu (chosen from the MAIN MENU) to choose the appropriate projection scheme. (page 36)
(Default position) REAR
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When planning the projector and screen geometry, refer to the figure below and the information on the next page for reference. After the projector is roughly positioned, picture size and vertical picture positioning can be finely adjusted with the powered zoom lens and lens tilt mechanism.
Wide-angle Wide-angle fixed-focus zoom lens lens ETET-DLE100 ET-DLE200 DLE050 (0.8:1) (1.41.8:1) (2.54.1:1) Projection distance (L) (L) 0.88 1.06 1.24 1.43 1.61 1.79 2.16 2.71 3.62
(Unit : m SD : inch) Optional lens Intermediate-focus Long-focus Ultra-long-focus zoom lens zoom lens zoom lens ET-DLE310 (3.54.7:1) ET-DLE410 (4.78.9:1) Height position: H*2
Diagonal Height Width Minimum Maximum length (SH) (SW) (LW) (LT) (SD) 600 0.62 0.75 0.87 1.00 1.12 1.25 1.49 1.87 2.49 3.11 3.74 4.36 4.98 6.23 7.47 1.11 1.33 1.55 1.77 1.99 2.21 2.66 3.32 4.43 5.53 6.64 7.75 8.86 11.07 13.28 1.98 2.39 2.80 3.21 3.62 4.03 4.84 6.07 8.12 10.16 12.21 14.25 16.30 20.39 24.48 2.63 3.17 3.71 4.25 4.79 5.33 6.40 8.02 10.72 13.41 16.11 18.80 21.50 26.89 32.28
Minimum Maximum Minimum Maximum Minimum Maximum Minimum Maximum (LW) (LT) (LW) (LT) (LW) (LT) (LW) (LT) 1.48 1.78 2.09 2.39 2.70 3.00 3.61 4.53 6.05 7.58 9.10 10.63 12.15 15.20 18.25 2.01 2.42 2.83 3.24 3.65 4.06 4.88 6.12 8.17 10.23 12.28 14.34 16.39 20.50 24.61 2.71 3.27 3.83 4.38 4.94 5.49 6.61 8.27 11.05 13.83 16.61 19.39 22.17 27.73 33.29 4.47 5.38 6.29 7.20 8.11 9.02 10.84 13.57 18.12 22.67 27.22 31.77 36.32 45.42 54.52 3.89 4.69 5.49 6.29 7.08 7.88 9.48 11.88 15.87 19.87 23.86 27.86 31.85 39.84 47.83 5.11 6.15 7.20 8.24 9.28 10.32 12.41 15.54 20.75 25.97 31.18 36.40 41.61 52.04 62.47 9.78 5.17 6.23 11.76 7.29 13.75 8.35 15.73 9.41 17.71 10.47 19.69 12.59 23.66 15.78 29.61 21.08 39.52 26.39 49.44 31.69 59.35 37.00 69.27 42.30 79.18 52.91 99.01 63.52 118.84 0.11 - 0.31 0.13 - 0.37 0.15 - 0.44 0.17 - 0.50 0.20 - 0.56 0.22 - 0.62 0.26 - 0.75 0.33 - 0.93 0.44 - 1.25 0.55 - 1.56 0.66 - 1.87 0.77 - 2.18 0.87 - 2.49 1.09 - 3.11 1.31 - 3.74
Calculation formulas for projection distance by lens types
PT-D5700E, PT-D5700EL Lens type Standard zoom lens Wide-angle fixedfocus lens Wide-angle zoom lens Model No. : ET-DLE050 Model No. : ET-DLE100 (L, LW, LT : m Aspect ratio 4:3 16:9 4:3 16:9 4:3 16:9 4:3 16:9 4:3 16:9 4:3 16:9 SD : inch) Projection distance (L) formula Minimum (LW) L=0.0370 x SD-0.0650 Maximum (LT) L=0.0488 x SD-0.0638 Minimum (LW) L=0.0403 x SD-0.0650 Maximum (LT) L=0.0532 x SD-0.0638 L=0.0166 x SD-0.0361 L=0.0181 x SD-0.0361 Minimum (LW) L=0.0276 x SD-0.0452 Maximum (LT) L=0.0372 x SD-0.0478 Minimum (LW) L=0.0301 x SD-0.0452 Maximum (LT) L=0.0405 x SD-0.0478 Minimum (LW) L=0.0504 x SD-0.0657 Maximum (LT) L=0.0824 x SD-0.0758 Minimum (LW) L=0.0549 x SD-0.0657 Maximum (LT) L=0.0898 x SD-0.0758 Minimum (LW) L=0.0795 x SD-0.1380 Maximum (LT) L=0.1232 x SD-0.1310 Minimum (LW) L=0.0866 x SD-0.1380 Maximum (LT) L=0.1342 x SD-0.1310 Minimum (LW) L=0.1176 x SD+0.0244 Maximum (LT) L=0.1646 x SD+0.0651 Minimum (LW) L=0.1281 x SD+0.0244 Maximum (LT) L=0.1793 x SD+0.0651
The pin assignments on the S-VIDEO IN terminal are as follows:
Pin No. Signal Ground (luminance) Ground (colour) Luminance signal Colour signal
The pin assignments on the DVI-D input terminal are as follows (interface with DVI-D output terminal on PC):
Viewed from mating side Viewed from mating side Pin No. Signal T. M. D. S data 2 T. M. D. S data 2+ T. M. D. S data 2 shield Pin No. Signal +5 V Ground Hot plug sense T. M. D. S data 0 T. M. D. S data 0+ T. M. D. S data 0 shield
The pin assignments on the RGB2 input terminal are as follows:
Pin No. Signal R/PR G/G SYNC/Y B/PB HD/SYNC VD
DDC clock DDC data T. M. D. S data 1 T. M. D. S data 1+ T. M. D. S data 1 shield
Viewed from mating side
T. M. D. S clock shield T. M. D. S clock+ T. M. D. S clock
: Not used. - , and
The DVI-D input terminal supports single link only. EDID settings may be needed depending on the DVI equipment being connected. (page 35) The DVI-D input terminal can be used to connect to a DVI equipment, but note that images may not appear or the projector may not work properly when connected to certain DVI equipment. This projector supports HDCP.
Example of connecting with AV products
DVD player Video deck DVD player Digital Hi-vision video deck with DVI/HDMI terminal
DVI-D Cable or HDMI-DVI conversion cable (available in the market)
SERIAL RGB 2 IN OUT DVI-D IN LAN
Control PC D-Sub 9-pin straight cable Digital Hi-vision video deck
Red (Connect PR) Blue (Connect PB) Green(Connect Y)
Attention When connecting with a video deck, be sure to use the one with a built-in time base corrector (TBC) or use a TBC between the projector and the video deck. If nonstandard burst signals are connected, the image may be distorted. If this is the case, connect a TBC between the projector and the video deck. The EDID settings may be needed depending on the equipment connected when DVI-D signals are input. (Refer to page 35.)
Example of connecting with PCs
PC Control PC PC PC with DVI-D terminal
DVI-D Cable (available in the market)
R/PR G/Y B/PB SYNC/HD VD R/PR G/Y B/PB SYNC/HD VD
For the specifications of the RGB signals that can be applied from the PC, see the data sheet on page 61. If your PC has the resume feature (last memory), the computer may not function properly until the resume capability is disabled. When the SYNC ON GREEN signal is input, do not input sync signals to the SYNC/HD and VD terminals. The EDID settings may be needed depending on the equipment connected when DVI-D signals are input. (Refer to page 35.)
Press the ENTER button.
The EDGE BLENDING screen will be displayed.
to specify the area to be
: set UPPER to ON. : set LOWER to ON. : set LEFT to ON. : set RIGHT to ON.
To joint the top To joint the bottom To joint the left To joint the right
Press the ENTER button to toggle ON and OFF. Press to adjust the compensation width and start position.
<To display the adjustment Marker>
to select MARKER. ENGLISH
Press the ENTER button to select ON.
A marker for adjusting the picture position appears. The optimal point is the position where the red line of one frame overlaps the green line of the other frame. However, depending on the installation environment or the lens to be used, dotmisalignment may occur. The correction widths of the jointed frames must be the same value all the time. The optimal joint cannot be achieved if the jointed frames have different correction widths.
The optimal point is where these lines overlap.
(For RGB/YPBPR signals only) Use the clamp position adjustment to achieve the optimal value when dark areas of the image are crushed or displayed in green. Adjust with the buttons. The value changes from 0 to 255. The optimal value for the clamp position adjustment If dark areas are crushed: The optimal value is the point where the dark area is best improved. If the dark areas are displayed in green: The optimal value is the point where the green area becomes dark and clear. Note The clamp position can be adjusted only when the RGB signal input is applied with RGB1 and RGB2 IN.
Red line Green line
Green line Red line
to select BRIGHT
This projector has the function to hide the seams for multi-screens.
The BRIGHT ADJUST screen will be displayed.
to select BRIGHT INSIDE.
Press to select EDGE BLENDING. Press to switch EDGE BLENDING.
OFF : When the multi-screens are not going to be used. ON : When using EDGE BLENDING function.
The BRIGHT INSIDE adjustment screen will be displayed. When INTERLOCKED is set to OFF, individual adjustment of R, G and B will be possible. (Continued on the next page)
Press to select an item, and press to adjust the setting.
When the whole area where the input picture can be displayed is not used, the picture can be moved to any position inside the display area. : These adjust the value in the horizontal direction. : These adjust the value in the vertical direction.
The effects of correcting the adjustment colour When tuning the correction colour that is the same as the adjustment colour : The brightness of the adjustment colour changes. When tuning the correction colour RED : RED is added to or reduced from the adjustment colour. When tuning the correction colour GREEN : GREEN is added to or reduced from the adjustment colour. When tuning the correction colour BLUE : BLUE is added to or reduced from the adjustment colour. This adjustment should be carried out by a person who is familiar with the projector or by a service person because a high level of skill is required to make successful adjustment. Pressing the DEFAULT button will restore the factory defaults for all items. When any setting other than OFF has been selected for COLOR MATCHING, AI, COLOR CORRECTION and COLOR TEMP settings are not adjustable. When AUTO TESTPATTERN is set to ON, the test pattern for adjusting the adjustment colour is automatically displayed.
Adjusting the colour matching using a colourimeter
The R (Red), G (Green), B (Blue), Cy (Cyan), Mg (Magenta), Ye (Yellow) and Wh (White) colours can be changed to the desired hues using a colourimeter which is capable of measuring the chromaticity coordinates and luminance. Inputting the current luminance and chromaticity coordinates
Press to select COLOR MATCHING. Press to select MEASURE. Press the ENTER button.
The COLOR MATCHING:MEASURE screen will be displayed.
The COLOR MATCHING: 3COLORS or COLOR MATCHING: 7COLORS screen will be displayed.
to select R, G, B and
to select MEASURED DATA.
(R, G, B, Cy, Mg, Ye and Wh when selecting 7COLORS.)
The MEASURED DATA screen will be displayed.
Press the ENTER button. Press to adjust the values.
These values can be adjusted from 0 to 2048. (If the default value of the colour is 2048, the value can be adjusted from 256 to 2048.)
Use the colourimeter to measure the luminance (Y) and chromaticity coordinates (x, y). Press press to select the colours, and to select their values.
(Continued on the next page)
After all the data has been input, press the MENU button.
DVI SIGNAL LEVEL
When the projector and external equipment are connected by DVI connection but a proper image cannot be obtained, switch this setting. 0-255:PC Select this mainly when connecting external equipment (personal computer, etc.) using the DVI terminal output. 16-235 Select this mainly when connecting external equipment (DVD player, etc.) using the HDMI terminal output with a conversion cable, etc. Note The optimum setting differs according to the connected external equipment. Be sure to check the operating instructions for the external equipment, etc. Depending on the setting, some equipment may not provide images or otherwise operate properly.
How to select sub memory Select sub memory number (1 to 8) using the buttons. Select if you do not wish to use the sub memory. Press the ENTER button. Note You cannot select sub memory of a different signal system.
Select sub memory number (1 to 8) corresponding to sub memory to be erased using buttons. Press the DEFAULT button. Read the confirmation message and select.
The user can set the function for the remote controls FUNC1 button. SYSTEM SELECTOR: The button functions in the same way as SYSTEM SELECTOR of PICTURE. SYSTEM DAYLIGHT VIEW: This button has the same functions as SYSTEM DAYLIGHT VIEW of PICTURE. SUB MEMORY LIST: This button has the same functions as SUB MEMORY LIST of OPTION1.
When the projector and external equipment are connected by DVI connection but a proper image cannot be obtained, switch this setting. EDID1 Select this mainly when external equipment (DVD player, etc.) that outputs movie video signals is connected to the DVI terminal. EDID2:PC Select this mainly when external equipment (personal computer, etc.) that outputs still image video signals is connected to the DVI terminal. Mode EDID1 EDID data 480p, 576p, 1080/60i, 1080/50i, 720/60p, 720/50p, 1080/60p, 1080/50p VGA60, SVGA60, XGA50, XGA60, XGA70, XGA75, XGA85, WXGA768/50*, WXGA768/60*, SXGA60 * PT-DW5100E, PT-DW5100EL only Note The optimum setting differs according to the connected external equipment. Be sure to check the operating instructions for the external equipment, etc. Depending on the setting, some equipment may not provide images or otherwise operate properly.
PERIODIC REPORT Sunday [ ON ] Monday [ OFF ] Tuesday [ ON ] Wednesday [ OFF ] Thursday [ ON ] Friday [ OFF ] Saturday [ ON ] 00:00 04:00 08:00 12:00 16:00 20:00 [ ON ] [ OFF ] [ ON ] [ OFF ] [ ON ] [ OFF ] 01:00 05:00 09:00 13:00 17:00 21:00 [ OFF ] [ ON ] [ OFF ] [ ON ] [ OFF ] [ ON ] 02:00 06:00 10:00 14:00 18:00 22:00 [ ON ] [ OFF ] [ ON ] [ OFF ] [ ON ] [ OFF ] [ [ [ [ [ [ [ OK OK OK OK OK OK OK ] ] ] ] ] ] ] 03:00 07:00 11:00 15:00 19:00 23:00 [ OFF ] [ ON ] [ OFF ] [ ON ] [ OFF ] [ ON ]
----- check system ----MAIN CPU BUS FAN OPTICS MODULE TEMPERATURE INPUT AIR TEMPERATURE AROUND LAMP TEMPERATURE LAMP2 REMAIN TIME LAMP1 REMAIN TIME
Adjust clock page
Click [Network set up], then [Adjust clock] to display the Adjust clock page.
Time zone selection
Button to update time zone setting New date field Button to update time and date settings New time field
If the time becomes incorrect immediately after setting the correct time, then the battery needs to be changed. Contact the dealer where you bought the projector to have the battery changed.
Network config page
Click [Network set up], then [Network config] to display the Network config page.
Set this to ON to enable the DHCP client function. Enter the IP address if DHCP server is not used. Enter the subnet mask if DHCP server is not used. Enter the gateway address if DHCP server is not used.
Enter the name of the projector here. Enter the host name here if it is required when the DHCP server is going to be used, for instance.
Network status page
Click [Network set up], then [Network status] to display the Network status page.
Network software version display Set IP address display Set subnet mask display MAC address display
Network status display
Using the PJLink protocol
The network functions of the projector are compatible with PJLink Class 1. The operations mentioned below can be performed from a personal computer using the PJLink protocol. Projector settings Projector status inquiry
The commands for controlling the projector using the PJLink protocol are as given in the table below. Command POWR Control Description Power control Remarks Parameter 0 = Standby 1 = Power ON Parameter 0 = Standby 1 = Power ON 2 = Cooling down 3 = During warm-up Parameter 11 = RGB= RGB= VIDEO 22 = S-VIDEO 31 = DVI-D Parameter 30 = Shutter mode OFF (Mute reset of video) 31 = Shutter mode ON (Mute video) Parameter 1st byte: Refers to fan error; one of 0 to 2 2nd byte: Refers to lamp error; one of 0 to 2 3rd byte: Refers to temperature error; one of 0 to 2 4th byte: Refers to cover open error; one of 0 to 2 5th byte: Refers to filter warning; one of 0 to 2 6th byte: Refers to some other error; one of 0 to 2 The meaning of 0 to 2 is as given below. 0 = Error not detected 1 = Warning 2 = Error Parameter First number (digits 1 to 5): Lamp1 cumulative time Second number: 0 = Lamp1 OFF; 1 = Lamp1 ON Third number (digits 0 to 5): Lamp2 cumulative time Fourth number: 0 = Lamp2 OFF; 1 = Lamp2 ON Parameter responds with following values: 31 Responds with the name set in HOST NAME of NETWORK Responds with Panasonic Responds with D5700 or DW5100 Responds with version number and so on Responds with 1
The projector and the ceiling mount bracket are designed sufficiently safety though, make sure the safety cable provided with the projector is installed and attached to the bottom of the projector when mounting in the ceiling for safety and security. Installation work of the ceiling mount bracket should only be carried by a qualified technician according to the following procedure. Even if it is guarantee period, the manufacturer is not responsible for any hazard or damage caused by using a ceiling mount bracket which is not purchased from an authorized distributors, or environmental conditions. Make sure to use a torque driver and do not use an electrical screwdriver or an impact screwdriver. An unused ceiling mount bracket should be removed promptly by qualified technician. <Installation procedure>
Install the ceiling mount bracket according to the Installation Instructions. Attach anchor nuts or curl plugs available in the market (M8) to a strong ceiling surface in positions (left figure) so that there is no slack in the wire cable provided with the projector.
max. 1 m (recommended)
Anchoring nuts or curled plugs (M8)
Wire cable Flat washer Spring washer Hex head bolt (M8)
Pass the loop of wire rope through anchoring area and tighten the hex head bolts.
Attach the metal fittings at the ends of the cable to the locking holes in the projector main unit using the provided wire fastening M6 screws, and tighten the screws firmly to secure the projector.
* If for any reason the enclosed screw become lost or misplaced, please use the following. Screw diameter: M6, Length:10 mm (the effective thread depth on the receiving side is 10 mm) * Likewise if the screws for attaching the custom ceiling mount bracket go missing, please use the following. Screw diameter: M6, Length:10 mm (the effective thread depth on the receiving side is 10 mm) Torque Loading: 40.5 Nm (for 6 mm screw)
Effective screw depth 10 mm Cabinet Exterior Wire metal end fitting Securing Screw (M6)
Before asking for service --- check the following points.
Is the power cord plug correctly plugged in? Is the MAIN POWER turned on? Is electricity running to the power outlet? Is the temperature monitor (TEMP) indicator on the front of the unit flashing or turned on? (See page 53) Is the lamp monitor (LAMP) indicator on the front of the unit flashing or turned on? (See page 53) Is the lamp unit door installed correctly? A wrong ID is set. (See pages 15 and 36)
Power does not turn on
Is the lens cap still on the lens? Is the image input correctly connected? Is the input mode set correctly? (See page 22) Is the black level adjustment set at the minimum level? (See page 28) Is the equipment connected to the projector operating correctly? Is the shutter function turned on? (See page 25) Is the lens focused properly? (See page 24) Is the projection distance correct? (See pages 17 to 18) Is the lens dirty? Is the projector positioned directly in front of the screen? (See page 16) Is the colour density and colour tone setting correct? (See page 28) Is the equipment connected to the projector correctly adjusted? Are the batteries exhausted? Are the battery polarities set correctly? (See page 14) Are there any obstacles between the remote control and the remote control sensor? (See page 14) Are you trying to operate the remote control beyond its operable range? (See page 14) Are you controlling from external equipment using the REMOTE2 IN terminal? (See page 52) Is there any external light interfering with remote control operation? A wrong ID is set. (See pages 15 and 36) Is the on-screen display function at OFF? (See page 9) Is the input mode properly set? (See page 22) Is the correct signal system (SYSTEM SELECTOR) selected? (See page 29) Are there any malfunctions on the source side, such as bad video tapes? Are you inputting a signal that is not compatible with this projector? (See page 61) Is the cable too long? Is the video output signal setting of the computer correctly set? (Read the operating instructions of the your PC.)
Purchase of this equipment includes the rights to use this software (the built-in microcomputer and information recorded on ROMs) but does not grant copyrights. Do not reverse engineer, change or modify the software. The guarantee will not be valid for any malfunctions caused by such actions.
VGA and XGA are trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation. S-VGA is a registered trademark of the Video Electronics Standards Association. Microsoft Windows is a registered trademark of the Microsoft Corporation (U.S.A.) in the U.S. and other countries. Netscape and Netscape Navigator are registered trademarks of the Netscape Communications Corporation in the U.S. and other countries. Digital Light Processing, DLP, and DLPTM CHIP are registered trademarks of the Texas Instruments. PJLink is the applied-for trademark or a registered trademark in Japan, USA, and in other countries and regions. HDMI and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are the trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC. All other trademarks are the property of the various trademark owners.
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