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DLP VIDEO PROJECTOR
RS-232C CONTROL SPECIFICATIONS
Document Revision 1.1 (14 March 2006)
SIM2 HT300 E-LINK RS-232C CONTROL SPECIFICATIONS
Table of Contents
1. INTRODUCTION 2. CONNECTION 3. COMMUNICATION PROTOCOL HEADER PAYLOAD 4. COMMANDS REMOTE CONTROL KEYCODES OPERATION CODES 5. EXAMPLES 6. WARNINGS 4 4
Revision 1.1 1.0 Date 14 March October 2004 Software Version 2.39.14 L or higher 2.39.14 L or higher Description of Change F1 and F2 codes added to Remote control keycodes section and Zoom and Focus codes moved to Direct access codes section. Initial version.
This document describes the communication and data formats used to control SIM2 HT300 E-LINK projector via RS-232C port.
Switch off your Personal Computer and Projector before connecting RS 232C cable. Use a standard serial cable with 9 pin female to the Personal Computer and 9 pin male to the Projector: pin 2 connects to pin2, pin 3 to pin 3 and pin 5 to pin 5. SIM2 HT300 E-LINK RS-232C Port is described as follows.
SIM 2 HT300 E-LINK RS-232C Control Port:
D-SUB 9-pin (female)
Pin No Signal Definition
N/A TD RD N/A GND N/A N/A N/A N/A
Not used Transmit data Receive data Not used Ground Not used Not used Not used Not used
Switch on the Personal Computer and, after start up, switch on the Projector. Load a suitable communication software onto your Personal Computer, and set the Serial Port Parameters as shown below.
Parameter Transfer Rate Data Bits Parity Bit Stop Bit Flow Control Value 19200 bps 8 None 1 None
Set Send Mode and Read Mode to HEX.
3. Communication Protocol
The communication protocol is packet oriented. Packets consists of Header and Payload. There are two types of packets: Event and Operation. The packet header size is fixed (7 bytes), while the packet payload type and content varies based on the type of packet: Event payload size is 6 bytes, while Operation payload size is 25 bytes. The entire packet size is variable, being the sum of the fixed-size packet header and variable-sized packet payload: Event packet size is 13 bytes and Operation packet size is 32 bytes. Each packet received by the projector is acknowledged with a return code: - 06: Acknowledged with no error - 15: Acknowledged, but an error has occurred.
All Packets use the same Packet Header format. The Packet Header size is fixed at seven bytes.
2 Packet Type 5 6
Packet Payload Size
Packet Checksum (CRC)
0xEFBE is a fixed value that is used to insure packet alignment if there are partial packets received or byte lost. The ls-byte of the word 0xBE is sent first, then the ms-byte 0xEF. The Packet Type is a number (a byte in length) that defines the type of data in the packet. The Packet Payload Size is a number (two bytes) that defines the size of the payload portion of the packet. For a given Packet Type, Packet Size is fixed. The Packet Checksum (two bytes) is the CRC value for the entire packet (Header and Payload).
The packet payload format depends on the packet type. The Event packet payload size is 6 bytes, while the Operation packet payload size is 25 bytes.
Event Packet Format:
0 Event 5
Operation Packet Format:
0 Op Type 1 Op ID 11 12
Op Target 18 19
Op Value 22 23
Remote Control Keycodes
The following commands send simulated Remote Control input to SIM2 HT300 E-LINK projector.
Remote Control Keycodes:
Key STAND BY 8 9
(1) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2)
BE EF E00 BE EF 00 6B E00 BE EF E00 BE EF 00 B3 E5 4A 00 BE EF E4 4B 00 BE EF 00 D5 E5 4C 00 BE EF E4 4D 00 BE EF E4 4E 00 BE EF 00 E6 E5 4F 00 BE EF E00 BE EF E00 BE EF 00 BC E00 BE EF 00 8F E00 BE EF 00 5E E00 BE EF 00 0D E00 BE EF 00 DC E00 BE EF 00 EF E00 BE EF 00 3E E00 BE EF 00 C1 E00
ESC CURSOR UP CURSOR LEFT CURSOR RIGHT CURSOR DOWN MENU LEFT MENU RIGHT FREEZE MEMORY F1 F2 INFO AUTO ASPECT NORMAL ASPECT ANAMORPHIC ASPECT LETTERBOX ASPECT PANORAMIC ASPECT PIXEL TO PIXEL
BE EF E00 BE EF E7 5A 00 BE EF 00 F2 E6 5B 00 BE EF E7 5C 00 BE EF 00 E6 F4 8F 00 BE EF F00 BE EF 00 A7 E6 5E 00 BE EF E00 BE EF 00 2A F00 BE EF 00 9D F00 BE EF 00 4C F00 BE EF 00 7F F00 BE EF 00 AE F00
ASPECT USER 1 ASPECT USER 2 ASPECT USER 3 VCR
BE EF F00 BE EF F00 BE EF 00 B3 F4 8A 00 BE EF 00 9B E00
Direct access codes
Zoom Focus Goto Brightness Goto Contrast Goto Color Goto Tint
BE EF E6 5D 00 BE EF E7 5F 00 BE EF 00 C7 E1 7E 00 BE EF E0 7F 00 BE EF F00 BE EF 00 C8 F00
When the unit is in Stand-by state, this command switches on the unit and the last source memorised prior to switch off is automatically selected. (2) When the unit is in Stand-by state, this command switches on the unit and selects the corresponding Source.
The following codes provide direct access to SIM2 HT300 E-LINK User Interface operations not accessible via a single Remote Control command.
Operation BRIGHTNESS DECREMENT INCREMENT CONTRAST DECREMENT INCREMENT COLOR DECREMENT INCREMENT TINT DECREMENT INCREMENT SHARPNESS (Video) DECREMENT INCREMENT SHARPNESS FILTER DECREMENT SET VIDEO SHARPNESS MODE SET GRAPHICS SET OFF CINEMA MODE SET AUTO SET NORMAL VIDEO TYPE SET VCR POSITION HORIZONTAL INCREMENT DECREMENT INCREMENT POSITION VERTICAL DECREMENT 01 COLOR TEMPERATURE 04 Action INCREMENT Command
BE 00 BE 00 BE 00 BE 00 BE 00 BE 00 BE 00 BE 00 BE 00 BE 00 BE 00 BE 00 BE 00 BE 01 BE 00 BE 01 BE 00 BE 01 BE 00 BE 00 BE 00 BE 00 BE 00 BE 01 BE 02 BE 03
EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00
AB 00 C3E 00 CAF 00 3A 00 7E 00 DBA 00 7A 00 EA 00 AA3B 00 AA 00 CDB27 00
7E 00 DC6D 00 9A 00 0C 00 AC6E 00 1E 00 DF 00 BA 00 5E 00 FFB4 00
COLOR TEMPERATURE 33 34
BE 04 BE 05 BE 06 BE 07 BE 08 BE 09 BE 0A BE 0B BE 0C BE 0D BE 0E BE 0F BE 10 BE 11 BE 12 BE 13 BE 14 BE 15 BE 16 BE 17 BE 18 BE 19 BE 1A BE 1B BE 1C BE 1D BE 1E BE 1F BE 20 BE 21
EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00
EEDB1A 00 8A 00 7B 00 EB 00 DBDC 00 4C 00 BD 00 2D 00 1F 00 8F 00 7E 00 EE 00 0E 00 9E 00
FBFBFBFBFB 00 3A 00 7A 00 BB 00 FE 00 3F 00 7F 00 BE 00 FC 00 3D 00 7D 00 BC 00 ED 00 2C 00
EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00
8A 00 4C 00
DDA 00 DDDF 00 D8 00
RECALL MEMORY 1 SAVE CURRENT SETTINGS SAVE INITIAL SETTINGS RECALL MEMORY 2 SAVE CURRENT SETTINGS SAVE INITIAL SETTINGS RECALL MEMORY 3 SAVE CURRENT SETTINGS SAVE INITIAL SETTINGS
BE 01 BE 01 BE 01 BE 02 BE 02 BE 01 BE 03 BE 03 BE 01
EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00 EF 00
EB 00 D9A 00 AB 00 DE 00 6A 00 E3 00
1. Send the simulated "SWITCH ON FROM STAND-BY AND SELECT SOURCE" Remote Control keycode. Remote Control allows Switching on from Stand-by via one of the keys "1", "2". "11", "12". Send, for instance, the code relative to key "1": BEEF02060080E5490100000000. The projector switches on and selects Input 1. The projector returns the response code: 06 (Acknowledged with no error). NOTE: Commands that simulate keys "1", "2". "11", "12" switch on the unit and select the corresponding Source. Command that simulate key 0 switches on the unit: the last source memorised prior to switch off is automatically selected. 2. Send the simulated "MENU RIGHT" Remote Control keycode. Send the packet: BEEF02060023E75A0100000000. The OnScreen Display appers on the screen. The projector returns the response code: 06 (Acknowledged with no error). 3. Send the "SET ASPECT ANAMORPHIC" Operation Code. Send the packet: BEEF0206009DF5840100000000.
The Aspect Ratio changes to Anamorphic. The projector returns the response code: 06 (Acknowledged with no error). 4. Select "INPUT 5 (COMP RGB 1) WITH YcrCb 15kHz SIGNAL" Send the packet: BEEF0319005B0C01820800000000000008000000000000000000000000000000 Wait for the return code and add an additional delay of 40 ms. Send the the code relative to the Key to which Input 5 has been assigned: for instance if the key is "3" the code is: BEEF02060062E44B0100000000
When the number of bytes sent to the Projector is greater than indicated for the Command (32 bytes for Operation Packets and 13 bytes for Event Packets), excess data will be ignored. Conversely, if number of bytes sent to the Projector is smaller than required by the Communication Protocol, an Error Code will be returned. Allow a time interval of at least 40 ms between the Return Code and the following Command.
15 Fiber Optic cable connections Main power switch Remote control rear IR sensor Green LED Red LED Rear keyboard pad Fused power socket
Projection lens Lens shift knob Cooling air inlet vents Remote control IR sensor Cooling air outlet vents Adjustable carry-handle Adjustable levelling feet Ceiling/wall bracket xing holes
DIGIOPTIC IMAGE PROCESSOR
V H/ B/Cb G/ R/ Cr B/Cb Y H/ HV CO HV
5 ON/OFF switch Power connection Outputs for motorized screens Inputs Fiber Optic cable connections
DIGI OP TIC LIN K
CL AS S1
LA SE R PR OD UC T 3 -
SER 1 LA
V H/ B/ G/ R/ Cr Cb Y HV Cb HV
P RO ER AU L AS S1 AS
V H/ B/
G/ R/ GB S Cr
T V EN ON MP
SVI DE O
PO W ER
Read this manual carefully and keep it in a safe place for future consultation. This manual contains important information on how to install and use this equipment correctly. Before using the equipment, read the safety prescriptions and instructions carefully. Keep the manual for future consultation. Do not touch internal parts of the units. The units contain electrical parts carrying high voltages and operating at high temperatures. Do not remove the cover from the units, refer to qualied service personnel for all repair and maintenance requirements. The warranty will be automatically invalidated if the cover is removed from the units. Power supply disconnect device. The device for disconnecting the units from the mains power supply is constituted by the power cable plug. Ensure that the power cable plugs and the electrical mains socket outlets are easily accessible during installation operations. To disconnect the units from the electric power supply, pull the plug to remove it from the socket outlet. Do not pull the power cable. Use only the specied type of mains power supply. Connect the units to a mains electrical supply with rated voltage of between 120-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz and equipped with a protective earth connection. If you are unsure of the type of mains power supply in your home, consult a qualied electrician. Ensure that the power draw of the units is commensurate with the rating of the electrical socket outlets and any extension cables that are used.For the DigiOptic Image Processor use exclusively the power supply unit provided or an alternative power supply unit expressly approved by SIM2.
AG E PR
Fig.6 Position the projector on a stable, suitable platform or utilise the optional bracket for a xed ceiling or wall installation.
CAUTION: In the case of ceiling or wall mounting using a suspension bracket, follow the instructions carefully and comply with the safety standards you will nd in the box together with the bracket. If you use a bracket different to the one supplied by SIM2 Multimedia, you must make sure that the projector is at least 65 mm (2-9/16 inch) from the ceiling and that the bracket is not obstructing the air vents on the lid and on the bottom of the projector. Position the projector the desired distance from the screen: the size of the projected image is determined by the distance from the lens of the projector to the screen and the zoom setting. See Appendix C: Projection distances for more information. CONNECTING THE TWO UNITS The system can be fully controlled using the supplied IR (infrared) remote control handset. There is a single remote control for both the DigiOptic Image Processor and the Projector; the remote control can be directed towards either unit since they are both equipped with an IR sensor. The connection between the two units is made with a single cable containing three bre optic cables each terminating in an LC connector. The standard cable length of 20m will be sufcient for most installation requirements. During installation of the bre optic cable: The individual optical cables are delicate: always handle the main cable without touching the individual optical cables (Fig. 7).
Only remove the cap protecting the connector ferrule immediately before inserting the connector; if the ferrule is allowed to come into contact with foreign material it may be damaged, making the connector unusable. Take particular care when inserting bre optic connectors in their respective sockets on the rear panel of the DigiOptic Image Processor and the rear panel of the Projector. Make sure that the single optical cables are not switched: the numbers on the cables must match the numbers on the connectors (Fig.8-9). Check that the connectors are correctly inserted. Make sure that the cable does not constitute an obstacle for persons moving around the room. Take care not to create knots in the cable; the minimum radius of bends in the cable is 2 cm. Prevent the cable from pulling and mechanical stress: this could cause the connectors to be pulled out and damaged.
Ferrule Separation point
Fig.7 Never pull the individual optical cables or connectors; if necessary, you may pull the main three-core cable. 10 Fig.9
To activate an electric motorised screen a 12 Volt output is provided at the rear of the DigiOptic Image Processor. This can be connected to a screen interface unit, which can be supplied by screen manufacturers (Fig. 10).
should be avoided due to their limited viewing angle, which is undesirable for a large audience. Preferably, use a screen with black, non-reecting borders, which will perfectly frame the projected image. Avoid light shining directly on the screen during projection as this will reduce contrast and black level detail on the projected image. For the true cinema experience best results are achieved with little or no ambient light. Furniture and other objects with reecting surfaces, as well as light coloured walls should be avoided, as they are likely to interfere with the screens characteristics.
CONNECTING THE VIDEO SOURCES Connect the cables from the video sources, the serial cable from the external control unit and the optical bre cables for connection to the Projector, to the rear panel of the DigiOptic Image Processor. To obtain the best performance from the HT300 E-LINK system, connect the various signal sources using good quality cables designed for video applications (rated impedance 75). Ensure that: the cables are routed in such a way that they do not present an obstruction to people moving around the room; the connectors are inserted carefully to avoid damaging the pins; the cables are not twisted or crushed; when disconnecting the cables the connectors are not violently pulled out of the sockets on the various units. Video sources (television receivers, VCRs, DVD players, etc.) often feature several outputs. To obtain the best performance from your system, carefully choose which output to use. Generally, the type of signal offering the best picture quality is DVI-D, followed by RGB, Components, S-Video and Composite Video, in that order. However, the HT300 E-LINK system is equipped with an excellent Video Decoder and Deinterlacer and therefore even inferior quality signals will produce high quality results. Fig. 11 Table 1 shows the types of signals usually available for the most common types of video sources and the corresponding input connectors to use on the DigiOptic Image Processor).
Fig. 10 The output is activated (Voltage: 12 Vdc) when the Projector is switched on and is de-activated (no Voltage output) when the projector is in stand-by mode. Some manufacturers offer screen-masking systems to help frame the projected image and improve picture contrast. These systems can be connected to output, at the rear of the DigiOptic Image Processor (Fig. 11).
For rear projection the screen must be translucent. For front projection, we recommend the use of screens with low gain specications (i.e. 1.3 to 2). The use of high gain screens 11
DVI-D 12 This input allows you to advantage from the quality of the digital images.If your source is equipped with a DVI-D output, YCrCb or RGB connect it to this input to exploit the quality of the HT300 E-LINK system. HDMI With this input it is possible to integrate the optimal quality of a digital image with a multichannel audio signal. The HDMI (High Denition Multimedia Interface) in fact integrates a multichannel audio signal with the uncompressed high denition video signal. The interface also allows the exchange between the video source and the HT 300 E-LINK system of control data to optimise the quality of the projected image. The HDMI input allows connection to video sources that use the HDCP (High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection) protocol to protect their contents. This protocol is in fact incorporated in the denition of the HDMI technology. Once the video source has been connected to the HDMI input, internal processing by the DIGIOPTIC IMAGE PROCES-
SOR separates the video information from the audio information. This information is then made available via an optical digital output with a female TOSLINK connector in accordance with the S/PDIF standard. CONTROL (RS232) The system can be controlled via a personal computer or home automation systems by means of the serial port: simply connect this input via a serial cable from an RS232 serial port. On request, SIM2 will send you a document containing the serial port settings and the list of main commands.
5 SWITCHING ON/OFF
HT300 E-LINK system consists of the Projector and the DigiOptic Image Processor (which is also the system control centre). The DigiOptic Image Processor sends commands to the Projector and receives operating status information from the Projector and function commands from the user. The system can be controlled from either the remote control (via the infrared sensors on the DigiOptic Image Processor and on the Projector) or the keypad located on the rear of the Projector. The two units have separate power supplies however: after connecting the unit to the electrical mains supply: 1) Set the two power switches to I; the DigiOptic Image Processor power switch is located on the external power supply unit (Fig. 13c), while the Projector switch is on the rear panel (Fig. 13a). 2) Turn on the DigiOptic Image Processor by pressing the button on the front panel (Fig. 13b). Signicant status signals are given in Table 3. Table 3
Stand-by On Cooling Optical link not active Caution Error : Off : On : Flashing
Green LED Blue LED
: Insignificant -
ER 1 LAS
If the No optical link or Error signals are active the system cannot be operated; if the Warning signal is active the system will operate but it may be unable to read certain input signals correctly. SWITCHING ON FROM STAND-BY
IM AG EP RO CE S SO
After a few seconds (system initialisation interval), the DigiOptic Image Processor and the Projector assume stand-by mode. System status information is provided by two LEDs (green and blue) on the front panel of the DigiOptic Image Processor, a blue and green LEDS on the rear of the Projector.
DIGI OP TIC IM AG E PR OC ES SO R
Switching on the system (Fig.14): from the remote control (keys 0-9) from the Projector keypad (keys and ).
R I C L T H IG
Typically, the picture will appear after 15-20 seconds. Pressing a key from 1-9 on the remote control selects the corresponding input; pressing 0 selects the input active at the time the system was last switched off. If the system is switched on very soon after it was last switched off, the lamp may fail to come on because it is too hot. In this case just wait a few minutes to allow the lamp to cool. Switching the system off (Fig.15): from the remote control ( key ) from the Projector keypad ( key ). If you wish to power off the system completely, wait at least one minute in stand-by before setting the mains power switches on the units to the O position or disconnecting the power supply cables. This is to allow the fans in the Projector unit sufcient time to cool the lamp.
In case the Projector unit is shut down (for example due to a shut down of the projector unit by putting the switch in the O position or by accidentally unplugging the power cord cable) to re-boost the HT300 E-LINK system it is necessary to shut down the DigiOptic Image Processor and repeat the poweron procedure described in point 1 and 2. In case the Projector unit is shut down (for example due to a shut down of the projector unit by putting the switch in the O position or by accidentally unplugging the power cord cable) to re-boost the HT300 E-LINK system it is necessary to shut down the DigiOptic Image Processor and repeat the poweron procedure described in point 1 and 2.
6 KEYBOARD PAD
Eight push buttons, at the rear of the projector, will allow complete operation without the use of the remote control. Menu Activates the On Screen Display menus. Navigates Menu pages. Switches off to standby. Up/Down/Left/Right arrow keys Navigate through and make adjustments to the On Screen menus. Arrow Up/Down switch on from stand-by and recall Source Selection menu. -Focus-Esc De-activates the On Screen Display and gives access to the lens Zoom/Focus adjustment functions. Auto Selects Auto Adjust (automatic optimisation of the displayed image).
7 REMOTE CONTROL
The remote control transmits commands to the system by infrared signals. There are three infrared sensors, one at the front of the Projector, one at the rear of the Projector and one on the front panel of the DigiOptic Image Processor. It is possible to control the projector by pointing the remote control at the screen; the sensor at the front of the projector will pick up the reected infrared commands (Fig. 16). Avoid placing obstructions between the remote control and the infrared sensor at the front of the projector; this will impair the remote control performance.Insert the batteries, taking care to match the polarity, as indicated in the battery recess of the remote (Fig. 17). Change the batteries in the remote control if experiencing difculty in sending commands to the projector. If the remote control is not to be used for a long period of time remove the batteries. Replace all batteries at the same time; do not replace one new battery with a used battery. If the batteries have leaked, carefully wipe the case clean and replace with new batteries.
four 1,5 V AAA type batteries
Fig. Fig. 17
8 ON SCREEN MENU
All system functions can be activated from the keypad or remote control with the aid of a practical and comprehensive system of on screen menus. INPUTS The input selection menu (Inputs) is called by pressing 0 on the remote control and, when no other menu is displayed, using the and keys on the keypad. To select an input, scroll the list with the and keys until the desired input is highlighted, then press. Display of the input selection menu is terminated by pressing the ESC key, or when the time allowed for displaying the on-screen menu has lapsed (set in the Set-up Menu). Input 5 can accept RGB and YCrCb signals with a scan frequency up to 32Khz. Inputs 6, 7 and 8 can receive RGB and YCrCb signals, at 15 kHz, 32 kHz or higher. The association between the input and the type of signal is made from the pull-down menu that appears on the right of the < symbol after pressing the key (Fig. 18b). In the pull-down menu it is also possible to choose the horizontal frequency or use the AutoSync feature;in this case the system detect the horizontal frequency signal (15KHz,32KHz or higher) automatically.
VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2 S-VIDEO 3 S-VIDEO 4 COMP/RGB 5 COMP/RGB 6 COMP/RGB 7 COMP/RGB 8 GRAPH RGB 9 GRAPH RGB 10 DVI-D 11 HDMI 12
Input 11 is capable of receiving YCrCb or RGB signals coming from DVI-D sources. The selection should be made from the drop menu following the indications described above. After selecting the source signal (by means of the and keys), press MENU+/MENU - to conrm and close the pull-down menu; the value you have just set will be displayed on the right of the < symbol. As with the other inputs, you can now select the input just set by pressing the key. During the short time it takes to nd the signal, a box appears showing the signal requested. As soon as the signal is shown in the box additional information is displayed concerning the video standard (for video signals) or resolution (for graphic signals), and format. Fom the SETUP menu it is possible to choose to visualize or not this information, for more details check the SOURCE INFORMATION in MENU section.
YCrCb 32kHz RGBS 15kHz YCrCb YCrCb 15kHz
YCrCb 32kHz RGBS 15kHz YCrCb AutoSync YCrCb YCrCb 15KHz YCrCb YCrCb 15kHz RGB AutoSync RGB 15KHz RGB YCrCb
Fig. 18b 18
MAIN MENU To access the main menu of the On Screen Display press the MENU key on the keypad or the MENU+ or MENU- key on the remote control. The main menu is divided into four windows, PICTURE, IMAGE, SETUP and MENU, in which the various adjustments are grouped according to the frequency of use. Use and to select the line corresponding to the adjustment you wish to make (Fig. 19).
Formato Temperatura Colore Correzione Gamma Overscan Posizione Ritardo Y/C Normale Anamorfico Letterbox Panoramico Pixel to pixel Personale 1 Personale 2 Personale 3
2 Off Auto Normal VCR1 Auto
Contrast Colour Tint Sharpness Filter Cinema Mode Video Type Noise Reduction
Other adjustments (marked by the < symbol) provide submenus, which appear as a superimposed window in which the selection is made with the / keys (Fig. 20). These submenus are accessed by pressing the key, while exit and return to the upper level occurs by pressing MENU+/-. Press ESC on the remote control or keypad to interrupt the menu display or wait for it to disappear automatically after the number of seconds set on the SETUP page. Fig. 19 PICTURE This menu features the adjustments related to picture quality. Adjustments that are not available for a given input do not appear on the menu. Table 4 summarises the adjustments available for each input. For a complete overview of the on-screen menus, consult the On screen menu layout in the Additional Information section. BRIGHTNESS Use this control to adjust the images black level without affecting white areas. Increasing the value will give more detail in darker parts of the picture. For correct adjustment it may prove useful to display the signal relative to the grey scale within which the black level and the level immediately above it must be separately identiable. Alternatively use a scene composed of black objects alongside other dark coloured objects. CONTRAST Use this control to adjust the images black level without affecting white areas. To ensure correct adjustment, it may prove useful to display the signal relative to the grey scale, within which the white level and the level immediately below it must be separately identiable. Alternatively use a scene composed of well-lit white objects surrounded by light coloured objects with lower level lighting.
The various menus only offer the relevant adjustments in accordance with the type of input signal displayed (e.g. certain typical adjustments for video signals, not necessary for graphic signals, do not appear on the menus, and vice versa). Some adjustments (e.g. Brightness and Contrast) are associated with a numerical value that can be varied within the set limits using the keys /. For others (e.g. VIDEO TYPE) you can choose among three options presented on the same / ).
Formato Temperatura Colore Correzione Gamma Overscan Posizione Ritardo Y/C
RGBS 15kHz YCrCb 15kHz RGB Grafico
Adjustments Brightness Contrast Colour Tint Sharpness Sharpness Mode Filter Cinema Mode
Video Type Noise reduction Flesh tone correction
Present only if the Video Standard is NTSC
IMAGE This menu features adjustments relating to picture position, aspect ratio, etc. ASPECT This adjustment allows you to change the dimensions and aspect ratio (relationship between width and height) of the displayed image. There are ve preset aspects available and three personalised aspects (with user-settable parameters). You can select a different aspect for each source: the selected aspect ratio will be automatically called the next time the relative source is called. You can also select the required aspect ratio by repeatedly pressing the key, or by pressing and a numerical key (1.8). The following aspects are available. NORMAL: projects the image occupying the full height of the screen while maintaining the aspect ratio of the input signal. When the input signal aspect ratio is 4:3 black vertical bands are displayed on the right and left of the picture. ANAMORPHIC: allows a 16:9 picture to be displayed correctly. Letterbox: serves to display 4:3 letterbox image (with source signal having black bands above and below the picture) so that it lls the 16:9 screen and maintains the correct aspect ratio. PANORAMIC: this aspect stretches the 4:3 image, slightly cropping the upper and lower parts. Panoramic is ideal for displaying a 4:3 image on the 16:9 screen of the Display. PIXEL TO PIXEL: this aspect displays the image as it is input without adapting it to the screen. The image is projected in the centre of the screen and if its horizontal and/or vertical dimensions are smaller than the display, it is bounded by vertical and/or horizontal black bands. PEUSER 1, 2, 3: When none of the preset formulas are suitable, the User formulas are available, with the facility for continuous horizontal and vertical adjustment of picture size. Screen Control
If an appropriate screen-masking interface is connected to the 12V output socket it is possible, for each aspect chosen, to reframe the screen to a variety of aspect ratios and screen sizes (please refer to the screen manufacturers manual). COLOR TEMPERATURE Changes the colour balance of the image. The color temperature adjustment is made by positioning the white point inside CIE cromaticity diagram. The systems allows to choose the white point among 36 values inside the neutral color area (Fig. 21).
The correlated color temperature varies moving along horizontal lines, low temperatures are present in the right side (where the red component is increased), in the left side of the diagram you can nd high temperature values ( in which blue component is higher). The points along the lower horiziontal line represent colors that belong to the black body curve (Fig. 22). Along vertical lines the color temperature is constant but is different from black body curve, which mean if you select point from the high part of the diagram you increase the green componet, while low part of diagram cause an increase of purple component.
Fig. 22 GAMMA CORRECTION Determines the systems response to the grey scale, emphasising or attenuating the different grades of brightness (blacks, dark, medium, light grey, whites) in the projected image. There are availabel up to 12 degamma curves, using these curves it is possible choose the best curve for the signal and the image in use. OVERSCAN Remove noise around image. Some sources can produce a picture with noise along edges, thanks to the overscan function it is possible to drop such imperfections outside the projected area. The overscan value can be included between 0 (no overscan) and 32 (maximum value). The image maintains in any case the aspect. POSITION Use this adjustment to position the image vertically and horizontally. Determines the aspect ratio of the projected image. These parameters do not normally require adjustment because the system checks the input signal and automatically sets the most suitable values. However, if the image is not perfectly centralised it may prove useful to request the system to repeat the input signal analysis and image positioning, calling the automatic control procedure from the AUTO button on the remote control or keypad. When this procedure is called it is helpful to have a white or light coloured background on the screen in the current picture. FREQUENCY/PHASE These adjustments, available for progressive signals and for signals from PC, ensure correspondence between the number of pixels making up the signal and the number of pixels making 22
up the projected image. These parameters do not normally require adjustment because the system checks the input signal and automatically sets the most suitable values. However, if the image appears disturbed (loss of position within the equidistant vertical bands or instability and lack of sharpness on the narrow vertical lines) it may help to prompt the system to repeat the input signal analysis and determination of the best parameters by calling the automatic adjustment procedure with the AUTO key on the remote control or on the keypad. If the automatic procedure fails to have the required effect, enter the frequency and phase values manually and approach the screen sufciently to observe the effects of the adjustments. Y / C DELAY In the case of Video and S-Video signals, it may be necessary to correct horizontal colour misalignment within the projected image. For a given video standard (e.g. PAL or NTSC) the stored value does not normally require further ne-tuning, unless the source or connection cable has changed. Table 5
Adjustments Position Aspect Frequency Phase Colour Temperature Gamma Correction Overscan Y/C Delay
SETUP The setup menu contains less frequently used adjustments that may be required during installation (e.g. On Screen Display language selection or the display of Test Patterns).
ORIENTATION Select the option that best describes the installation i.e. desktop front, ceiling front, desktop rear and ceiling rear.
HORIZONTAL/VERTICAL KEYSTONE To obtain maximum quality of the projected image, we recommend the installation of the projector on a level platform parallel and central to the screen.Adjust the feet underneath to obtain a level position, lining up the base of the projected image to the base of the projection screen (Fig. 24).
In the event you are unable to centre the image within the screen area, tilt the projector until the image is correctly positioned. Any keystone error can be removed by the Keystone adjustment in the Set up menu. The keystone adjustement helps to compensate possible horizontal tilts of the projector. LENS The Zoom adjustment impacts on the motorized zoom lens allowing to increase or decrease the dimension of the projected image. The Focus adjustment impacts on the motorized lens focus, allowing to obtain the highest denition on the projected image, an accurate focus setting should allow the viewer to distinguish each pixel that create the image one from another. If the video signal used is not suitable for this purpose,the HT 300 E-LINK system provide two test pattern ,each available with the ajustment mentioned above,in order to select the appropriate value for Zoom and Focus. This test pattern is displayed by pressing the key,once the right adjustments are reached using the and keys,the test image can be easly removed pressing again the key of the remote control.
Fig. 24 If the projected images needs to be centred horizontally, the manual lens shift adjustment allows the projected image to be moved vertically, up or down, in relation to the centre of the screen; the maximum adjustment being equal to half the height of the image in either direction (Fig.25).
FOCUS FOCUS FOCUS
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In the initial phase of installation the congurable keys (F1, F2) serve as optical zoom and optical focus (Fig.26). POWER ON If active (AUTO) allows to power up the system directly from the power feeder, once the initializing phase is completed. If not active (STAND-BY) once the initializing phase is completed the system remains in a stand-by mode waiting to receive the power on command from the remote control or the key pad. TEST PATTERNS Displays a series of ve test patterns, useful for the installation of the projector. Press and keys to browse pattern. FACTORY DEFAULTS Recongures the projector to original factory settings except Position, Orientation, Y/C Delay, Zoom and Focus. MENU LANGUAGE Lists the languages available for the On Screen Display menus. SOURCE LIST In order for the HT300 E-LINK system to be more exible, the following described functions allow to modify the input selection menu making it more user friendly. The main window shows all the inputs available on the DigiOptic Image Processor. If one or more inputs are not utilized, it is often helpful to blank them from the input list (accessed with the 0 key). Once the input has been chosen, in the drop menu that appears by pressing the key, it is possible to activate the source (Fig.27). The exclusion or activation of the source will automatically renumber the remaining active inputs.
Language English Source list F1/F2 keys Source info Zoom OSD Backgroung Focus OSD Position Magnification OSD Timeout Blank
Color temperature The following click of the key (F1 or F2) allows to choose between the different values of the grid (g BBB). The | and | key allow to move along vertical lines , keeping the same color temperature but choosing different values from the black body curve. Using the and keys , you can choose different color temperature values. Gamma correction The following click of the key (F1 or F2) allows to choose between the different gamma values available. You can also use the or keys to select the most appropriate curve. SOURCE INFORMATION When active (YES) each source change will show the information related to the signal. If not active (NO) there will be no information on the selected source. OSD BACKGROUND Determines the type of background for the On Screen Display.
Colour temperature Gamma correction
Fig.29 Zoom Allows to access the optic zoom, where the and keys allow to increase or decrease the size of the projected image. Focus Once selected, the and keys allow to focus the image. Magnication Allows you to select the area to be viewed and then magnify the projected image. The degree of enlargement is selected in Zoom mode (identied by a magnifying glass in the centre of the image) using the and keys. The area of the picture to be enlarged is selected in Pan mode (symbol in the centre of the picture) using the ,,and arrow keys. You can toggle between Zoom and Pan mode by pressing the F1/F2 key on the remote control. Blank Blanks the active video signal producing a completely black screen. Once pressed the key an indication of a few seconds on the OSD will conrm its activation. A click of any other key of the remote control allows to restore the previous settings. 25
OSD TIMEOUT Use this adjustment to set the display time after which the On Screen Display will disappear. OSD POSITION Allows the On Screen Display to be positioned in a particular area of the projected image. The OSD can be positioned using the arrow keys for ne adjustments or keys 1.9 on the remote control to select one of 9 preset positions.
MEMORIES The main parameters of the image may be saved in distinct groups of values (known as Memories); these parameters can subsequently be applied all together by way of a single command. There are 3 distinct Memories (Memory 1, Memory 2, Memory
SAVE DEFAULT SETTINGS To restore the original values to a previously modied Memory, select the line corresponding to the Memory in question and open the pull-down menu ( key). Then select the line Initial settings saved in Memory 1. To conrm that the operation has been completed successfully, the message Memory 1 initialised is displayed at the bottom of the screen and the letter I appears to the left of the name of the memory. RENAME A MEMORY It is possible to assign a name to each Memory. To assign a name (with a maximum length of 12 alphanumeric characters) to a Memory, select the option Rename from the corresponding pull-down menu. Enter the text following the procedure indicated in paragraph source list. RESTORE CURRENT SETTINGS On entering the Memories menu, a copy of the current settings is saved in a temporary menu (labelled with 0 - AUTO). Once one or more memories have been recalled, you can restore the settings that were effective at the moment the Memories menu was accessed by selecting 0 - AUTO. However, this operation must be completed before the Memories menu page disappears (30 seconds after the last operation commanded from the remote control or the keypad). The next time it appears, the temporary memory will contain new information that takes into account any Memories selected the penultimate time the Memories page was accessed. Memory 0 (- AUTO) can be used even when you do not wish to enable the Memories management function for the signal currently in use. Once Memory 0 has been selected, when a source is chosen, the settings that were effective at the time the Memory was previously recalled will be automatically applied.
INFO Displays the current status of the projector and information concerning the projected video/graphic signal. on the remote control This function is displayed on pressing (or, in the absence of the On Screen Display, the key on the remote control). QUICK MENUS The quick menus provide access to the main adjustments that affect image quality, without calling the main On Screen menus. BRIGHTNESS, CONTRAST, COLOUR, TINT, SHARPNESS and FILTER adjustments appear at the bottom of the screen one after the other when the and keys are pressed. MESSAGES The following messages may appear during operation of the system: No signal The system does not recognise any signal applied to the selected input. In this case: Make sure the selected input is connected to a video or graphic signal and that that source is functioning correctly. Check the condition of the cables used to connect the system to the various sources. Make sure the video or graphic signals supplied by the source are compatible with the systems technical specications and, in particular, with those of the selected input. Out of Range This message appears when either the resolution or the vertical/horizontal frequency of the input signal exceeds system specications (e.g. a QXGA graphic signal) or when an input is supplied with an incompatible signal (after setting the components input to YCrCb 15kHz a progressive signal is connected).
- Press A on your remote control or AUTO on keypad to execute automatic adjustments. - Adjust the horizontal and vertical position of projected image by selecting POSITION on the IMAGE ADJUSTMENTS menu. - Adjust the width and height of image, selecting ASPECT in the IMAGE ADJUSTMENTS menu. - Adjust the Overscan value in the IMAGE/OVERSCAN menu. Image too dark, too pale or unnaturally coloured - Verify compatibility of video/graphic signals with technical specications of your projector. - Go to PICTURE menu, select and regulate any of the following, accordingly: CONTRAST, BRIGHTNESS, COLOR, and TINT. - If necessary, reset the COLOR TEMPERATURE and GAMMA CORRECTION (found on the IMAGE ADJUSTMENTS / ADVANCED SETTINGS menu). Graphic image with poor quality vertical detail - Verify compatibility of video/graphic signals with technical specications of your projector. - Press A on your remote control or AUTO on keypad to execute automatic adjustments.
- Adjust FREQUENCY and PHASE parameters, found in the IMAGE ADJUSTMENTS menu, to optimise vertical detail of the projected image. Video Image showing colour misalignment on vertical details - Verify compatibility of video/graphic signals with technical specications of your projector. - Adjust Y/C DELAY settings in the IMAGE ADJUSTMENTS / ADVANCED SETTINGS to reduce colour misalignment. For best results use an external colour bar test pattern source. Remote control does not work - Check the batteries and for correct polarity. - Ensure that the area between the infrared sensor (front of projector) and the remote control is free of obstruction. - Ensure that infrared sensors (front and rear of projector) are not exposed to intense light levels.
11 OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
You can purchase the following optional accessories at your Dealer: - Wall/Ceiling Bracket Kit. Use only original, or SIM2 Multimedia approved, accessories. CAUTION: for ceiling/wall installation, by means of suspension bracket, carefully follow the instructions and safety instructions recommended by the Manufacturer in the brackets literature.
12 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
A TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
OPTICAL Projection system: optical engine based on 1 DMD DarkChip3 chip, sealed housing, dusty proof resolution 1280x720 pixel 10% above or below the average > 2800:1 (full On / full Off) zoom, 12 elements AR multilayer coating, motorized focus and zoom, manual elevation 2.7 (zoom max) - 3.3 (zoom min) 50-250 inches (diagonal measure) 4/3 and 16/9 1.8:1 - 2.5:1 2.2 - 13.0 m (- 42 8) 60: 2.4m - 3.3m (- 10 10) 80: 3.2m - 4.4m (- 14 5) 100: 4.0m - 5.5m (- 18 1)
GENERAL Supply: Frequency: Consumption: Fuse: Dimensions of projector: from 120 to 240 Vac, -10% +6% tolerance from 48 to 62 Hz 180 W max T 3.15A H, 5 x 20 mm 352 mm x 174 mm x 318 mm (LxHxD) 13-7/8 x 6-7/8 x 12-1/2 (LxHxD) 5.0 kg (11 lbs) 510 mm x 440 mm x 450 mm (LxHxD)
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