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SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
The information contained in this manual will help you operate and maintain your 3M MP8610 Multimedia Projector.
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9 Note Used to emphasis important conditions or details.
WARNING WARNING - Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result
Before operating the machine, please read the entire manual thoroughly. The 3M Multimedia Projector MP8610 was designed, built and tested for use indoors, using 3M brand lamps, 3M brand ceiling mount hardware and nominal local voltages. The use of other replacement lamps, outdoor operation or different voltages has not been tested and could damage the projector or peripheral equipment and/or create a potentially unsafe operating condition.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
EEC STATEMENT: This machine was tested against the 89/336/EEC (European Economic Community) for EMC (Electro Magnetic Compatibility) and fulfills these requirements. Video signal cables: Only use cables delivered by the manufacturer.
Video inputs: The input signal amplitude must not exceed the specified level. See Appendix A-1.
IBM and PS/2 are registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation. Apple Macintosh and ADB are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc. Microsoft Windows is a trademark of the Microsoft Corporation. All other products are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
FCC STATEMENT - CLASS A: This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy, and if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual may cause interference to radio communications. It has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A computing device pursuant to Subpart B of Part 15 of the FCC Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference when operated in a commercial environment. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause interference in which case the user at his/her own expense will be required to take whatever measures may be required to correct the interference.
Important: The above warranty shall be void if the customer fails to operate product in accordance with 3Ms written instructions. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may have other rights that vary from state to state.
THE FOREGOING WARRANTY IS MADE IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, AND 3M SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. 3M SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES, DIRECT, CONSEQUENTIAL, OR INCIDENTAL, ARISING OUT OF THE USE OR INABILITY TO USE THIS PRODUCT.
To obtain warranty service, immediately notify the dealer from which you purchased the product of any defects. In the USA call 18003281371 for warranty or repair service.
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3M warrants this product against any defects in material and workmanship, under normal use and storage, for a period of one year from date of purchase. Proof of purchase date will be required with any warranty claim. In the event this product is found to be defective within the warranty period, 3Ms only obligation and your exclusive remedy shall be replacement of any defective parts (labor included).
Section 1: Unpack
1-1. Contents of Shipping Box
The 3M Multimedia Projector MP8610 is shipped with the necessary cables required for standard VCR, PC or laptop computer connections. Carefully unpack and verify that you have all of the items shown below.
A set of cables for connection to Apple Macintosh is available as an option. See Appendix D-1.
1-2. Inventory List
The shipping carton contains the following items illustrated in Figure 11. If any of these items are missing, please contact your place of purchase. 1. MP8610 Multimedia Projector 2. Remote control transmitter (AAA batteries included) 3. VGA cable 15-15 pin male to male) 4. Mouse cable (99 pin female to female) 5. Power cord set (U.S., UK, and European) For special power cords see Appendix D-3
VIDEO PC AUX MENU
FREEZE MOUSE POINTER MAGNIFY
Section 3: Quick Set Up
3-1. Projector Set Up
The Quick Set Up instructions are intended to get you going in a hurry. If you have any difficulty, refer to Appendix C-1.
To prevent damage to equipment, all power to MP8610 and input sources must be turned OFF during cable hook up.
3-2. Cable Connections
It only takes a few minutes to connect the 3M Multimedia Projector MP8610 to your computer, VCR or other video device (Figure 3-1).
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Power Cord Computer Mouse Emulation a) MS Mouse Port b) PS/2 Mouse Port S-VHS VCR 5
1. Place the projector on a rigid, nonslip surface. 2. Connect the power cord. (Section 32). 3. Connect the audio and video input cables to the projector-input terminals. (Section 3 2). 4. For mouse emulation, connect the mouse cable. (Section 35). (An additional adapter is necessary for Apple Macintosh computers. See Appendix D-1.)
1. Turn off all power to the projector and input sources during cable hook up. 2. Connect cables being careful not to bend any pins in the cable connector plug or on the computer/input terminals. 3. Start up projector then start up input sources. Section 41.
Figure 3-1. Typical Cable Configuration
5. Power up the projector then the computer and the video sources. (Section 41). 6. Move the projector nearer or further away from the screen to obtain the best image size (Section 3-6).
3-3. Projector Terminal Connections
Figure 3-2. Input Connection Terminals
The control panel keypad (Figure 3-3) is located on the back of the projector. It has the following buttons: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Green indicator lamp Red indicator lamp Standby button Menu button. Enter button. Arrow Keys (up/down, left/right)
3-5. Mouse Connection
1. Power down the computer and projector. 2. Remove the mouse cable connection from your computer mouse port. 3. Connect the mouse port of the projector to the mouse port of the computer. Use the mouse cable and PS/2 adapter (if required) supplied with this projector. (An additional adapter is necessary for Apple Macintosh computers. See Appendix D-1.)
The projector has a built-in mouse emulation capability. Use the mouse cable (9-9 pin female-to-female, shipped with the projector) to connect your computer to the projector. Then control your computer mouse functions via the remote control. 4. First, power on the projector, then power on the computer.
Figure 3-3. Control Panel Keypad
Mouse emulation only works, when all cable connections are established and then the proper start up sequence is followed. See section 41.
3-6. Image Size (Projector-to-Screen Distance)
Adjust the size of the projected image on the screen by moving the projector closer to the screen for a smaller image size or further away from the screen for a larger image size. See Appendix A-3.
3-4. Control Panel Keypad
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.
ON/OFF power switch. Power cord terminal RGB Computer terminal Mouse terminal Audio 1-3.5 mm stereo mini jack (Data) Video jack S-VHS jack Audio 2-3.5 mm stereo mini jack (VCR)
Take a moment to look over the input terminals (Figure 32) on the back of the projector. Terminal connectors for the computer source are: RGB, Mouse, Audio 1/Audio 2. Terminal connectors for the video sources are: Video, SVideo, Audio 1/Audio 2.
Section 4: Operating Instructions
4-1. Projector Start Up
Allow a projector that has been stored in a cold place to warm up to room temperature before applying power.
1. Press the power switch (1) to ON to apply power to the projector (| = ON, O = OFF). The red LED (3) will illuminate. 2. Press the Standby button (2). The green LED (3) will illuminate and an image will appear and grow brighter on the screen. 3. Check all ventilation slots and clear away any obstructions. 4. Turn the lens (4) to focus the image. 5. Press the foot lock button (5) to release the height adjustment feet. 6. Raise/lower projector body to extend or retract feet (6) to obtain best image height. Rotate feet (7) for fine adjustment. 7. Power up your computer source and video source(s).
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In most cases, the projector will automatically adjust to the graphic mode of your computer by selecting a preprogrammed setting. See Appendix C-2.
4-2. Standby Mode
When the projector is not being used, place it into standby mode. 1. Press the Standby button. 2. The lamp will switch off and the red LED will illuminate. 3. Press the standby button again to illuminate the lamp and project an image on the screen.
In standby mode, the fan motor will continue to run for a few minutes until the projector cools down.
Figure 4-1. Projector Setup
Read the Important Safeguards before operating the MP8610 projector. After all cable connections have been completed, the projector can be powered up. For best results, please observe the following start up sequence. Refer to Figure 4-1
4-3. Projector Power Down
Switching the power off before the fan has cycled off, will decrease the life of the projection lamp.
4-4. Using System Menus
for setup sub menu clear menu
Press the up/down or left/right ARROW KEYS on the control panel or move the DISC PAD on the remote to navigate through the submenus and select menu items.
You can use the control panel buttons (Figure 3-3) or the remote control (Figure 5-1) to access menus, exit menus and set menu options. At the top of each menu is a help window, which displays messages that pertain to the menu item that is highlighted.
1. Wait until the cooling fan motor cycles off then press the main power switch to Off. 2. Turn off the power to your input devices. 3. To transport the projector, disconnect the power cord, computer cable, mouse cable and audio/video cables. Fully retract the projection lens to protect it during transport.
Sync Tracking H. off. V. off.
VESA 800 x Hz + Brightness 1056 Contrast + Inverse Pix. +
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu. 2. Press the up/down ARROW KEYS or move the DISC PAD up/down to choose a submenu. 3. Press the ENTER button to select the sub menu. 4. Press the up/down ARROW KEYS or move DISC PAD to select a menu item in the submenu. 5. Press the left/right ARROW KEYS or move the DISC PAD left/right to change the value of a menu item. 6. Press the ENTER button, if required, to confirm the change to the menu item.
When the background of the displayed item turns red, you must press the ENTER button to confirm the change.
7. Press the MENU button to exit the submenu and return to the main menu. 8. In some cases, a message will display in the help window asking you to confirm the changes made in the sub-menu. Press ENTER to confirm. 9. Press the MENU button to exit the main menu display and return to the projected image.
Help Window Setup Submenu
Press the Standby button to place the projector in the standby mode. The cooling fan motor will continue to run.
4-5. Menu Adjustments/Settings
Depending on the current video source selection, the menu items for either the Video Menu or the Data Menu will display. The table below lists all the menu items that can be adjusted. An asterisk (*) indicates the item appears on the Data menu only, two asterisks (**) indicate the item appears on the Video/S-VHS menu only and no marking ( ) indicates the item is common to both menus. Submenu
<Mode>* Brightness Contrast V. off.* (vertical offset) Color** Inverse* Sync* Tracking* Pix.*
Explanation of Adjustment/Setting
Selection of graphic mode (e.g. VGA 640 x 480, VESA 800 x Hz, etc.). Five user modes. See Appendix C-2. Image brightness. Image contrast.
Adjusts the vertical position of the image. Color saturation.
H. off.* (horizontal offset) Adjusts the horizontal position of the image. Inverse image displayed. (Default=off)
Manual synchronization (phase) or automatic adjustment using Enter. Manual screen width (total pixel number/line) or automatic adjustment using Enter.
Change image direction for rear, ceiling mount, rear ceiling mount and normal projection. (Default=std.) Select lamp power: eco. (low), std. (high) (Default = eco.) Turn remote control feature On/Off. (Default=On)
Projection Lamp Mode Remote Auto Mode* Language Help Std.** Lamp* Sog*
Deinterlacing** Reset Hue**
<Sync Mode>* NTSC** Volume Treble Bass Balance Audio Stereo
Turn automatic mode detection On/Off. (Default=On) Turn menu help text messages On/Off. (Default = On) Selection of video standard (Default = Auto)
Select menu display language. (Default=English)
Lamp life indicator. Green bar - lamp is good. Red bar lamp needs replacement. Sync-On-Green level. Only for Sync-On-Green mode. On = standard video input (VCR) Off = motion video input (camera) Restores video modes to factory default settings. Change synchronization mode (separate, composite, Sog). Color level for NTSC video. Default setting of NTSC image (scaled or unscaled) Volume level. Treble setting. Bass setting. Left/right balance of speakers. Speakers On/Off. (Default = On) Stereo sound On/Off. (Default = On) Select audio-in channels (Audio-1/Audio-2) to speakers according to video selection. Audio-In 1: Data S-VHS S-VHS Audio-In 2: Video Data Video (Default=Data/Video)
Select video source: Data, Video or S-VHS
Image format. (For unscaled image use 800 x 600)
Section 5: Remote Control
5-1. How to Operate the Remote Control
Figure 5-1. Remote Control Signal
5-2. Replacing the Batteries
The remote control uses two AAA batteries. The battery cover is located on the back of the remote control (Figure 5-3). 1. Press the locking tab (1) to release the battery compartment door. 2. Lift up on the door (2) to remove it and set it to the side. 3. Remove old batteries.
VIDEO AUX PC MENU
OPTIMIZE VOL BRIGHT MOUSE
Press ON/Off to activate/deactivate mouse emulation capability. ON: The L and R buttons operate the left and right mouse key functions. Drag-and-drop functions are possible by simultaneous operation of the L/R mouse key and disc pad. OFF: L button is the Enter confirmation key. R button not used. Disc pad centers image. Places a pointing device on the screen. Move pointer by operating the disc pad. Press MAGNIFY to double the image size in horizontal and vertical direction. The details of the middle of the picture can be seen. Move the disc pad to displace the magnified area within the image. Press the MAGNIFY key again to switch back to normal presentation. In Video mode, press MAGNIFY to switch between scaled and unscaled representation. This is only for NTSC video. Stores (freezes) the projected image. Press FREEZE again to return the projection of the current image.
Figure 5-3. Remote Control
Section 6: Lamp Information
6-1. Metal Halide Projection Lamp
This lamp contains mercury. Consult your local hazardous waste regulations and dispose of this lamp in a proper manner.
6-2. Lamp Life Indicator
After changing the projection lamp, the lamp life indicator must be reset to zero. To reset the lamp life indicator:
1. Select the menu item Lamp in the Option menu and press ENTER. 2. Follow the instructions in the help window. 3. Press ENTER and the arrow of the projector control panel for confirmation.
The elapsed operating time of the lamp can be checked in the Option menu. As long as the bar of the menu item Lamp is green, the lamp is good. When the bar changes to red, the lamp should be changed.
9 Important Note
The metal halide lamp of the projector has a limited life time (approximately 2000 hours). If the projected image appears dark or a red lamp life indicator bar displays during projector startup, you should change the lamp and air filter.
6-3. Replacing the Lamp
Always unplug the projector when changing the lamp. There are high voltage parts inside the cabinet that may cause electric shock.
2. Turn off the power switch and unplug the projector power cord.
3. Stand the projector upright on the left side with the bottom facing you (see figure 6-1).
5. Remove the two screws (2). 6. Push down on the lock tab (3) to release the door. 7. Slide the door open (4) and remove it.
8. Press the tab (5) to release the lamp assembly (see figure 6-2). 9. Carefully lower the lamp assembly (6) to access the metal halide lamp.
10. The lamp is double ended with sockets on both sides. Carefully pull upward on both ends of the lamp (7) to remove it.
Figure 6-1. Removing Lamp Door
Figure 6-2. Lower Lamp Assembly
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4. Locate the lamp access door (1) on the bottom of the projector.
1. Press the Standby button motor to cycle off.
on the projector control panel or remote control and wait for the fan
Allow the projector to cool down for 30 minutes. Lamp and adjacent metal parts become extremely hot and can cause burns to your fingers.
11. Install the new lamp (3M Lamp Kit Part Number 78-6969-8577-5) by pushing down on the ends of the lamp (8) with equal pressure. Take care to correctly align the lamp with the bubble (8a) facing upward (see figure 6-3).
Do not touch lamp glass with fingers. Hold lamp by the metal ends only.
12. Fold the lamp housing (6) into the closed position until the lock tab (5) secures it. 13. Insert the lamp access door (1) and slide it closed to engage the lock tab (3). 14. Insert the two screws (2).
Figure 6-3. Replacing the Lamp 15. Replace the air filter (included in the lamp kit). See Section 7-1.
Always change the air filter when the lamp is replaced. When you order a metal halide lamp, it comes in a kit which includes an air filter.
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Section 7: Maintenance
7-1. Replacing The Air Filter
Periodically check air filter for excess dust or dirt. Replace or clean as needed.
Figure 7-1. Removing Air Filter Door
5. The air filter door has a plastic hook (4) on one end. Use this hook to reach inside the projector and hook the corresponding tab on the air filter frame. 6. Remove the air filter (5) by pulling straight outward. 7. Insert the new air filter by sliding it into position. 8. Insert the air filter door and press the lock tab to secure it in place.
Figure 7-2. Replacing Air Filter
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1. 2. 3. 4.
Unplug the power cord of the projector. Stand the projector upright on the left side with the bottom facing you. Locate the air filter door (1) on the bottom of the projector. Push the lock tab (2) to release the door.
For best performance, replace the air filter each time the projection lamp is changed. One air filter is included in each lamp kit (3M Part Number 78-6969-8577-5) or air filters are available individually as (3M Part Number 78-8118-3476-7). See Appendix D-1.
7-2. Cleaning the Projector
Use a soft cloth to remove dust from the projector housing. Use 3M Overhead Cleaner 676 to remove surface dirt and smudges from the projection lens (Figure 7-3).
Figure 7-3. Overhead Cleaner
Always unplug the projector when cleaning. Take care that no liquids get inside the projector. There are high voltage parts inside the cabinet that may cause electric shock.
For best performance, keep your projector free of excess dust and surface dirt.
Section 8: Troubleshooting
8-1. Troubleshooting Problems
Problem Image is disturbed or unstable. Probable Cause Wrong Sync setting.
Mouse does not work. Image off-center. Cannot get entire image on the screen.
Washed out image.
Humming noise. Slowly passing horizontal bars.
No power Power shuts off during presentation
No computer image projected. Message No input detected is shown. No video image projected.
Possible Solution Set to factory default setting (refer to Appendix C-2). Change Sync setting in the Setup menu for optimum performance (refer to Appendix C-1). Wrong Tracking For vertical interference stripes, change the Tracking in value. the Setup menu for optimum performance (refer to Appendix C-1). Check and secure cable connections. Loose cable. No power to computer. Turn on computer. Wrong synchronization Adjust synchronization mode of the projector to the mode. synchronization mode of the computer via Option menu. Check and secure cable connections. Loose cable. Check video picture on TV. No signal from video source. Check and secure cable connections. Loose cable. For PS/2 and ADB (Apple) mouse a special adapter is Wrong connection. necessary. Only use adapters from the original manufacturer (refer to section 3-5.). The mouse emulation operates correctly only if the correct Wrong power up power up sequence has been used (refer to section 3-5.) sequence. Center image with the arrow keys of the control panel or Image position. the disc pad on the remote control. If vertical interference stripes occur, change the Tracking Wrong Tracking value in the Setup menu for optimum performance. value. Refer to the documentation of your graphic card. The Compatibility projector supports the resolutions that can be found under problem. Pixel in the Setup menu (refer to Appendix C-2). Adjust the Pixel setting in the Setup menu to the Wrong Pixel setting. resolution of the video mode output from the computer graphic card. Change Contrast setting in the Setup menu. The bar Wrong Contrast should be in the middle position. setting. Lower Brightness setting in the Setup menu. An automatic Wrong Brightness setting. adjustment can be performed by choosing Brightness and pressing Enter. Locate the source of disturbance. Disconnect the sources Signal sources are one after another from the projector. Connect all sources to connected to different a common power source. power sources. Remove antenna connection from VCR. If the disturbance VCR connected to disappears, use a by-pass filter (isolating transformer) to aerial system and to connect the antenna to the VCR. projector. Try different input source. Bad signal. Turn on power switch to projector. Power switch off. Projector overheated. Remove any objects blocking ventilation and allow projector to cool down. Power will return and projector will be in Standby mode.
The following table shows the image size relative to the distance of the projector from the screen. This distance is measured from the front of the projector lens to the screen. IMAGE SIZE (inches) Width
43 in. 48 in. 51 in. 60 in. 63 in. 70 in. 75 in. 80 in. 86 in. 91 in. 102 in. 112 in. 123 in.
280 mm (11 in.)
32 in. 36 in. 38 in. 45 in. 47 in. 52 in. 56 in. 60 in. 65 in. 68 in. 77 in. 84 in. 92 in.
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The MP8610 projector has the following physical dimensions:
A-3. Projector-to-Screen Distance, continued
DISTANCE TO SCREEN (cm) 125 cm 150 cm 175 cm 200 cm 225 cm 250 cm 275 cm 300 cm 325 cm 350 cm 375 cm 400 cm Diagonal 126 cm 150 cm 175 cm 205 cm 229 cm 263 cm 290 cm 321 cm 340 cm 375 cm 400 cm 429 cm
IMAGE SIZE (cm) Width 100 cm 119 cm 139 cm 164 cm 183 cm 210 cm 232 cm 257 cm 272 cm 300 cm 320 cm 343 cm Height 76 cm 90 cm 105 cm 123 cm 137 cm 158 cm 174 cm 193 cm 204 cm 225 cm 240 cm 257 cm
The following table shows the image size, relative to the distance of the projector from the screen. This distance is measured from the front of the projector lens to the screen.
Appendix B: Compatibility/Video Standards
B-1. SVideo Input Signal Terminal
Video input is in the following order of priority: Svideo input terminal RCA jack input terminal
Figure B-1. SVideo Input (Mini DIN 4pin)
The following illustration (Figure B1) identifies the terminal connections for the Mini DIN 4pin.
Appendix C: Detailed Setup Information
C-1. Setting Representation, Resolution
Pre-stored standard mode settings for a variety of IBM compatible and Apple Macintosh computers help the projector to recognize the current mode and adjust for optimum performance automatically. Apart from this you can enter and save additional modes with any parameters by means of the menu system. An upper limit is given by the maximum admissible pixel rate (Appendix A-1). Adjust the projector to optimum display quality, as described below, by using the menu control (see section 4-4). All steps described can be carried out via the keyboard or the remote control: 1. Adjust the background as necessary to obtain a display with the highest possible contrast. For use under Microsoft Windows it is recommended that you close all applications first, and by using the system control, adjust the desktop background to an even black-and-white raster. 2. Call up the main menu of the projector by pressing the MENU key. 3. Select the Setup menu. 4. Open the Setup menu by pressing the ENTER key. The current mode is displayed in the title block of the Setup menu. Change the mode field if desired. Confirm your selection by pressing the ENTER key 5. Move to the menu item Pixel and select the same image resolution as your computer. 6. Select the menu item Brightness and correct the setting so that white areas are projected with maximum intensity. Press the ENTER key for automatic adjustment. Look at a finely structured area with grid lines. This area may have vertical interference lines superimposed on it.
The following table shows the possible settings of the projector. These settings can be restored by pressing ENTER and the button on the control panel (backside of projector) when switching on the main power of the projector.
Appendix D: Replacement Parts/Accessories
D-1. Accessory Parts List
Part Description Projection Lamp Kit - Metal Halide Lamp (400W) - Air Filter Air Filter (included in lamp kit 78-6969-8577-5) Power Cords (U.S., UK, Europe) For special power cords. See Appendix D-3 VGA Cable (15-15 pin M/M) Video Cable (SVideo mini DIN4pin) Composite Video Cable (RCA to RCA) Audio Cable (RCA to 3.5 mm stereo) PC Serial Cable (PC mouse connection) Remote Control Mac Cable Set (optional) Carry Case (optional) Shipping Case (optional) Mouse Y-Cable (optional) Part Number 78-6969-8577-5
DY-0205-1356-9 (U.S.) DY-0205-1355-1 (UK) DY-0205-1354-4 (Europe)
Monitor Splitter Box Kit (optional) Extension Cable Kit (optional) Stereo mini-jack (optional)
Document Camera 120 VAC 60 Hz (optional) Document Camera 220 VAC 50 Hz (optional) Ceiling Mount Kit (optional)
Mac Cable Set (optional), Part number DY-0205-1361-9: This kit contains a Mac mouse adapter and a Mac video cable. Monitor Splitter Box Kit (optional), Part number 78-6969-8597-3: The Monitor Splitter Box Kit provides the user with the option to independently operate a PC monitor from the MP8610 projector. (Maximum picture frequency: 80 MHz). Extension Cable Kit (optional), Part number 78-6969-8582-5: The extension cable kit includes a video amplifier and 20 m (65 ft.) video cable. The kit increases the allowable distance between the projector and the video source without burdening the video source. Mouse Y-Cable (optional), Part number DY-0205-1507-7: This cable provides user with the option to simultaneously operate the MP8610 remote mouse and a PC mouse (only works with Microsoft serial mouse).
DY-0205-1010-2 DY-0205-1008-6 DY-0205-1359-3 DY-0205-1007-8 78-8118-3475-9 DY-0205-1361-9 78-6969-8579-1 78-6969-8580-9 78-6969-8597-3 DY-0205-1507-7 78-6969-8582-5 26-1012-0683-2 78-6969-8578-3 78-6969-8724-3 78-6969-8581-7
D-2. How to Order
Please order these parts through your dealer, or contact 3M Customer Service at the following number: In U.S. or Canada: 18003281371 In other locations, contact your local 3M Sales office.
D-3. Power Cord Sets
A standard power cord set (U.S., UK, or European) will be included with each MP8610. If you need a special power cord set contact your local 3M authorized dealer. The power cords must be in accordance with the regional and corresponding national safety regulations and be properly approved. Examples of these power cords are shown in Figure D-1.
Australian SAA Certified 10A 250VAC
Denmark Complies with Danish Standard 6/10A 250VAC
Switzerland SEV Certified 10A 250VAC
Italy IMQ or BASEC Certified 10A 250VAC
Figure D-1. Power Cord Sets
Great Britain AUSTA Certified 13A 250VAC
Germany, Netherlands, Spain, France, Greece VDE Certified 10A 250VAC
North America UL Listed CSA Certified 15A 125VAC
Glossary of Terms
Amorphous Silicon See Thin-Film Transistor.
NTSC (National Television Systems Committee) Standard for television signals and other video equipment signals. Uses interlaced scans and 525 horizontal lines per frame at a rate of 30 frames per second. PAL (Phase Alternate Line) The format for color television signals used in England, Germany, the Netherlands, and several other countries. PAL is an interlaced format with 25 frames per second and 625 lines per screen. Pixel Short for picture element. Unique position on a display that consists of a single dot or group of three dots (red, green & blue). Total pixels are usually expressed in horizontal x vertical dimensions (e.g. 640 x 480). Power ON/OFF switch The power ON/OFF switch is used to turn the machine on and off. The power switch is located on the back of the projector in the lower left-hand corner.
Metal halide lamp A metal halide lamp is a modified mercury arc lamp that is extremely bright. It is filled with a gas with elements known as halogens. The properties of this fill gas allows the lamp to burn longer and brighter than ordinary incandescent lamps.
Lumens A measure of light output on a screen or other surface. One lumen is the light of one candlepower on each square foot of a surface of a sphere at a radius of one foot from the light source.
Keystone correction Keystoning (distorted image) is caused when the path of the projector light beam is not perpendicular to the screen. Projectors normally project the image with an angle (e.g. 16) on the screen. The optical system can be designed for distortion free projection at this angle (keystone correction).
A Air Filter... 15 Amorphous Silicon.. 29 B Batteries.. 10, 19 C Composite video... 29 F Factory Default Settings.. 25 I Important Safeguards.. 1, 7 Intended Use... 1 Inventory List.. 3 K Keystone... 19, 29 L N
NTSC.. 4, 9, 11, 25, 29 P
PAL... 4, 29 Pixel.. 17, 23, 29 Projector-to-Screen Distance.. 6, 20 R
Lumens... 29 M
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Machine Characteristics.. 4 Metal halide lamp.. 1, 4, 12, 13, 29 Mouse adapter... 3 Mouse emulation.. 4, 5, 6, 17, 30
SECAM.. 4, 29, 30 Standby Mode... 7 S-Video... 11, 30 SYNC... 30
VGA... 3, 9, 25, 30 Video.. 2, 6, 9, 11, 19, 22, 25, 26, 30
Refresh rate... 30 Remote control transmitter.. 3, 30 Resolution.. 23, 30
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3M Multimedia Projector MP8610
The Educators Choice
Designed to help education and business professionals collaborate and communicate more effectively, the affordable 3M Multimedia Projector MP8610 delivers consistent brightness, image clarity and resolution from classroom to classroom or business to business. Control your computer from anywhere in the room with the VirtualMouse remote control. Crisp SVGA resolution and 500 ANSI lumens of light provide brilliant, uniform projection. Rich, powerful sound is ensured by two built-in 10-watt stereo speakers. With its easy-to-use control panel and universal power supply, the 3M MP8610 will captivate and educate any audience.
TECHNICAL KEY F E AT U R E S
LCD type: 6.4" active-matrix TFT Resolution: 800 (W) x 600 (H) pixels (SVGA) 500 ANSI lumens of on-screen brightness Single panel, active-matrix TFT LCD technology with 16.7 million colors at true SVGA (800 x 600) resolution Rugged and durable for portability from classroom to classroom or business to business VirtualMouse remote control RS-232 serial interface support for fixed installations Two 10-watt, built-in stereo speakers for superior sound quality Affordable, long-life, metal halide lamp Kensington security slot for protection from theft (Kensington Microsaver needed)
S P E C I F I C AT I O N S
Brightness: 500 ANSI lumens Colors: 16.7 million (maximum) Contrast ratio: 200:1 ANSI Aspect ratio: 4:3 Lens: Wide-angle F/5.6 Screen size: 40" (minimum) to 300" (maximum) diagonal Horizontal scan: 14-75 kHz Vertical scan: 40-120 Hz Input terminals: S-Video: (1) mini DIN 4-pin Video: (1) RCA jack Audio: (2) 3.5 mm stereo jack RGB: (1) high density D-sub 15-pin Output terminals: Mouse control and RS-232C: (1) D-sub 9-pin (male) Lamp type: user-replaceable 400-watt metal halide Lamp life: 1,500 hours Dimensions: 11" (28.0 cm) W x 7" (17.8 cm) H x 17.3" (44.0 cm) L Speakers: 2 x 10-watt (20 watts) Weight: 13.4 lbs (6 kg) Operating temperature: 32F (0C) to 95F (35C) Storage temperature: -4F (-20C ) to 140F (60C) Power consumption: 500 watts (maximum) Power supply: 100-130V AC, 200-240V AC, 50/60Hz Regulatory approvals: FCC Part 15 Class A, CE, UL, TUVGS Order number: 78-9236-6432-6 Optional Accessories User replaceable lamp kit: 78-6970-8577-5 Optional object display camera: 78-6969-8578-3 MP8610 soft travel case: 78-6969-8579-1 MP8610 shipping case: 78-6969-8580-9 MP8610 ceiling mount: 78-6969-8581-7 Ceiling mount extension cable kit: 78-6969-8582-5 Macintosh cable set: DY-0205-1361-9 Monitor splitter box: XX-0034-1736-5 RGB cable extension: XX-0034-1131-9
Optional object display camera for use in presentations and educational settings Quiet operation Ceiling mountable Universal power supply for use anywhere in the world Six Presentation Tools: Reveal, blank, freeze, timer, magnification, pointer all accessed by remote control Computer Compatibility: PC-compatible XGA, SVGA, VGA Apple Macintosh (II, LC, Quadra, Power Macintosh and PowerBook) Video Compatibility: NTSC, PAL, SECAM, NTSC 4.43, PALM, PALN Accessories Included: RGB computer cable RCATM video cable, S-VHS cable, RCA/3.5 mm stereo/audio cable Serial RS-232 and PS/2 mouse adapter Remote control Detachable power cords Multilingual operators guide
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3M Visual Systems Division Building A145-5N-River Place Blvd. Austin, TX 78726-9000
3M Canada P.O. Box 5757 London, Ontario, Canada N6A 4T1 3M Mexico, S.A. de C.V. Apartado Postal 14-139 Mexico, D.F. 07070 Mexico
Specifications subject to change without notice.
Recycled paper, 40% pre-consumer, 10% post-consumer
Apple, Macintosh, Mac and PowerBook are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc. PS/2 is a registered trademark of IBM Corp. RCA is a trademark of Radio Corporation of America. Kensington is a registered trademark of Kensington Technology Group.
Litho in U.S.A. 3M 1998 78-6970-7811-7 (11820.0)LP
|Product Type||LCD projector lamp|
|Product Material||Metal, glass|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
|Part Numbers||78-6969-5877-5, 78-6969-8577-5, EP1830|
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