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Perfect For Communication & Entertainment
1200 ANSI lumens Futuristic Design Organic curves evoking a new age Presentation remote control Streamlined device for total presentation control Quick power-up/shut-down Lights up in just five seconds, cools down in just twenty Short focus lens 1.5 metres screen at 1.8 metres
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EPSON EMP-S1 PROJECTOR
PROJECTION SYSTEM PROJECTION METHOD SPECIFICATION OF MAIN PARTS LCD RGB Liquid Crystal Shutter Projection System Front / Rear / Ceiling Mount Size 0.5 inches with MLA (x3) Driving Method Poly-silicon TFT Active Matrix Pixel number 480000 dots (800 x 600) x 3 Native Resolution SVGA Aspect ratio 4:3 Pixel Arrangement Stripe Type Manual: focus F-number 1.4 Focal length 16.6 mm Zoom ratio Digital Zoom (1.0-1.2) Type 132W UHE Dichroic Mirror Separation & Prism combine method PROJECTION
LAMP OPTICAL SYSTEM KEYSTONE CORRECTION RATIO BRIGHTNESS CONTRAST BRIGHTNESS UNIFORMITY COLOUR REPRODUCTION SOUND OUTPUT
SCREEN SIZE (PROJECTED DISTANCE) 30 to 300inch [0.9 to 11.3m] 9.6:ANSI lumens 400:1 85%(Typ.) Full Colour (16.77million colours) 1W Monaural
Presentation Remote Control
EFFECTIVE SCANNING FREQUENCY RANGE PIXEL CLOCK 13.5MHz to 162MHz HORIZONTAL 15KHz to 92KHz VERTICAL 50Hz to 85Hz ADJUSTMENT FUNCTION PROJECTOR / REMOTE CONTROL TILT ANGLE KEYSTONE CORRECTION ANALOGUE RGB I/O DISPLAY PERFORMANCE INPUT SIGNAL INPUT TERMINAL Keystone (Vertical) / Brightness / Contrast / Tint / Saturation / Sound / Input signal etc. 0 to 10 degrees Vertical: -15 to +15 degrees Native Resize Signal type Video Audio Video 800 x 600 dots 1024 x 768 / 640 x 480 dots Separate signal Mini D-sub 15pin x 1 Blue-moulding RCA x 2 (White / Red) Mini D-sub 15pin x 1 Black-moulding
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OUTPUT TERMINAL VIDEO I/O DISPLAY PERFORMANCE INPUT SIGNAL INPUT TERMINAL
NTSC: 550 line PAL: 550 line (Depend on observation of the multi burst pattern) Video Standard NTSC / NTSC4.43 / PAL / M-PAL / N-PAL / PAL60 / SECAM Video Composite Video: RCA, S-Video: Mini DIN, Component Video: Mini D-sub 15pin, Video-RGB: Mini D-sub 15pin Audio RCA x 2 (White / Red) (in common with Analogue RGB Audio terminal)
CONTROL I/O I/O TERMINAL OPERATING TEMPERATURE POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE POWER CONSUMPTION DIMENSION EXCLUDE PROTECTION LENS & FEET MAXIMUM DIMENSION WEIGHT FAN NOISE ACCESSORIES POWER CORD COMPUTER CABLE REMOTE CONTROL SOFT CARRYING BAG LENS COVER AIR FILTER USERS MANUAL WARRANTY STANDARD
RS-232C 5C to 35C <41F to 95F> 200-240VAC 10%, 50/60Hz 200-240VAC 1.3A 50/60Hz 265(D) x 370(W) x 106(H) mm 265(D) x 370(W) x 114(H) mm Approx. 7.0lbs / 3.2Kg 33dB 1.8m Mini D-sub 15pin (Male-Male) Included Included Included Included Multilingual CD 2 years
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EMP-S1 Users Guide
Meaning of Symbols
Indicates the possibility that people may be injured or the equipment may be damaged if these symbols are ignored. Indicates important related information or useful information and things you should know.
Indicates related topics and pages which contain more detailed information.
Provides terminology definitions. s "Glossary" P.62
The terms "this unit" and "this projector" which appear in this manual may also refer to the accessories supplied with the projector and other optional products.
f Auto setup (Computer connections)
The projector analyses the signal of the computer to which it is connected and automatically makes adjustments to ensure optimal projection results. s "Auto setup (Computer connections)" P.27
f Clear, vivid, images
The projector's high resolution and high luminance achieves a legible display. Project sharp, detailed images, even in bright places.
f Ease of use f Colour mode
Image quality can be selected according to the type of scene. s "Selecting a colour mode" P.27 Various projector operations can be easily performed using the included remote controls, as follows: pausing projection zooming in on important areas of an image
f Unique presentation function f Compact and lightweight
The projector's compact body is easy to carry. Dimensions: 26.5(d) 37(w) 10.6(h) cm Weight: approx. 3kg The mouse pointer can be moved around on the computer screen during projection using the included presentation remote control. (wireless mouse)
Meaning of Symbols.. 1 Features.... 2 Contents... 3
Functions for Enhancing Projection..27
Adjusting computer generated images... 27 Selecting a colour mode... 27 A/V Mute.... 28 Freeze.... 28 Projecting in widescreen (changing aspect ratio).. 29 E-Zoom.... 30
Before Using the Projector
Part Names and Functions... 4
Front/Top...4 Control panel....5 Rear....6 Base....7
Menu operation... 32 Function list.... 35
Remote Control... 8 Installation... 10
Installation method....10 Projection distance and screen size..10 Other installation methods...11
When You Suspect a Problem..42
Power indicator.... 42 Warning indicator... 43 When the indicators provide no help.. 45
Connecting to a Computer.. 12
Compatible computers...12 Projecting images from a computer...13 Playing sound from a computer..14 Connecting to an external monitor...14 Presentation Remote Controller...15
Cleaning.... 53 Replacing consumables... 55
Connecting to Video Equipment.. 18
Projecting video images...18 Playing sound from video equipment..19
Turning on the Projector... 20 Turning off the Projector... 22 Adjusting the Display... 23
Adjusting the projection size..23 Setting the focus...23 Adjusting the projection angle...24 Keystone....25
Optional Accessories...60 Glossary...62 Cable Format....65 Supported Display Resolutions..66 Specifications...67 Appearance...68 Index...69
Condition 1: Check that the computer has an image output port, such as an RGB port, monitor port or CRT port. Some computers with an in-built monitor and some laptop computers may not be compatible. Please refer to your computer manual for further details. Condition 2: The display frequency and resolution of the computer must correspond to that of the projector. s "Supported Display Resolutions" P.66
When using a laptop or a PC with an in-built monitor, select external video output on the computer.
Press and hold the [Fn] key, followed by the appropriate function number key. NEC Panasonic Toshiba IBM [Fn]+[F3] [Fn]+[F5] [Fn]+[F7] [Fn]+[F10]
You may need to purchase a separate adapter depending on the shape of the computer's port. Refer to the documentation provided with the computer for further details. If the computer and projector are too far away from each other for the provided computer cable to reach, use the optional VGA-HD15 PC cable. s "Optional Accessories" P.60
SONY Fujitsu Macintosh
After start up enable "Mirroring" in the Monitors Control Panel. Refer to your computers documentation for further details. It may take a few moments until the computer image is projected. Depending on your version of Windows, a dialog box may appear to alert you that new display hardware has been found. Follow the onscreen instructions to proceed. If you have any problems, please contact the nearest address provided in the"International Warranty Conditions" section in the "Safety Instructions / World-Wide Warranty Terms" guide. Depending on the PC, the monitor may go blank when using the external video output on the computer.
Before Using the Projector > Connecting to a Computer
Projecting images from a computer
Different cables are used depending on whether the monitor port of your computer is a Mini D-Sub 15Pin, 5BNCg or 13w3 port.
f When using a 13w3 port
f When using a Mini D-Sub 15 pin connector
To monitor port
13w3 cable (commerically available)
To Computer / Component Video port
To monitor port Computer cable (accessory) To Computer / Component Video port
f When using a 5BNC port
Select "Computer" in the "Image" "Input signal" configuration menu. s "Image menu" P.35 Do not bind the power cable and computer cables together. Interference or operational problems may result. A particular type of cable may be required for some workstations. Please check with the maker of your workstation.
VGA-HD15 / BNC PC cable (optional)
Playing sound from a computer
You can play sound from a computer through the projector's in-built speaker.
Connecting to an external monitor
The image being input into the projector can be displayed on a computer monitor.
stereo mini jack
To audio out port
stereo mini jack - 2RCA cable (commercially available)
monitor cable To Audio port To Monitor Out port
When using computer and video equipment alternately, swap the cable or use an audio switch.
f Volume adjustment
Press [a] or [b] on the remote control.
Video images cannot be output to an external monitor. Setting gauges (for keystone correction, etc.) and configuration menus will not be displayed on an external monitor.
You can also adjust the volume from the configuration menu. [Menu] button "Setting" "Volume" s "Setting menu" P.38
Presentation Remote Controller
You can use the Presentation Remote Controller as a wireless mouse to control the mouse pointer on the computer screen.
f Installing the driver (Windows)
Screen contents will differ according to the version of Windows you are using. This explanation uses screenshots taken from Windows 98. Driver installation is not required for the Macintosh.
A Connect the accessory Presentation Remote Receiver
to the USB port of the computer.
To USB port
Presentation Remote Receiver (accessory)
Before using the Presentation Remote Controller, remove the insulation tape.
The "Add New Hardware" wizard is displayed. Under normal circumstances, maintain the default settings and click "Next" to proceed.
B Click "Next".
f Compatible computers
[A/V Mute] button
If the mouse button settings have been reversed at the computer, the operation of the remote control buttons will also be reversed.
Operable distance: Max. approx. 6m (20ft.) (May be shorter depending on conditions.) Operable angle: approx. 30 horizontally, 15 vertically
30 Max 6m
Connecting to Video Equipment
f For S-Video (DVD, S-VHS, Video games)
When connecting, be sure to: Turn off the power for both the projector and the video equipment. Damage may result if you try to make a connection when the power is switched on. Check the connector types. Damage may result if you attempt to insert a connector into the incorrect port.
To S-Video out port
S-Video cable (commercially available) To S-Video port
Projecting video images
f For Component Video (DVD, Video games) f For Composite Video (DVD, VHS, Video games)
To video out port
AV cable (yellow) (commercially available)
Component video cable (optional) From component video out port To Computer/ Component Video port
To Video port
After projection starts, change the "Input Signal" setting in the "Image" menu to either "Component Video (YCbCrg)" or "Component Video (YPbPrg)" to match the signals from the video equipment. s P.35
Before Using the Projector > Connecting to Video Equipment
f For RGB Video
Playing sound from video equipment
Computer cable (accessory) To RGB out port To Computer/ Component Video port
AV cable (red/white) (commercially available)
To Audio port
After projection starts, change the "Input Signal" setting in the "Image" menu to "Computer". s P.35 For an RGB connection, a commercially available adapter or converter cable may be required.
You can also adjust the volume with the configuration menu. [Menu] button "Setting" "Volume" s "Setting menu" P.38
Turning on the Projector
D Insert the power plug into a wall socket.
Turn off the power of the projector and the equipment you are connecting to.
The power indicator lights orange.
A Connect the computer/video.
Brightness is emphasized. For presentations in bright rooms.
You can set Auto setup to off in the "Image" "Auto Setup" configuration menu. (The default is ON) s "Image menu" P.35
Best for watching movies in their natural tones.
When Auto setup is set to off, press the [Auto] button on the remote control to perform auto setup. Brightness is emphasized. Ideal for playing video games in bright rooms.
Conforms to the sRGB colour standard. If the connected source has an sRGB mode, set both the projector and the connected source to sRGB. The colour mode changes each time you press the [Color Mode] button on the remote control. Dynamic Presentation Theatre Living Room sRGB
If you press the [Auto] button during E-Zoom or Freeze operation, or when a configuration menu is being displayed, the display will be halted and auto setup will take place.
Computer input : Presentation Other input: Dynamic
Adjust the Tracking and Sync settings manually if Auto setup cannot be performed. ([Menu] button "Image" "Picture Quality" "Tracking", "Sync.") s "Image menu" P.35
You can set the colour mode in the "Image" "Color Mode" configuration menu. s "Image menu" P.35
Advanced Operation > Functions for Enhancing Projection
Temporarily stops the image and sound.
Pauses the projected images.
A Press the [A/V Mute] button on the remote control.
The sound and image disappear.
A Press the [Freeze] button on the remote control.
The projected image freezes.
Projection is resumed when you press the [A/V Mute] button again or press the [Esc] button.
To cancel, press the [Freeze] button again, or press the [Esc] button.
The screen colour during A/V Mute can be set to black or blue. The default setting is blue. ([Menu] button "Setting" "Display" "Background Color") s "Setting menu" P.38 When activated while projecting moving images, the sound and image will continue to be played back by the source, so it will not be possible to return to the point where A/V Mute was activated.
Function Resets the lamp operating time. When this command is selected, the cumulative lamp operating time is reset to the default value. Resets all items in the configuration menus to their default settings. Press the [e] button and select "Yes" on the confirmation screen which is displayed. Select "Reset" in an individual menu to reset only the settings for the items in that sub menu. "Input Signal", "Language" and "Lamp Hours" settings will not be reset.
When You Suspect a Problem
First, check the indicators on the projector. There are two indicators on the projector unit which notify you of projector conditions.
lit flashing If the indicator is not lit, the power supply is not on. Condition Cause/Remedy Orange Standby state (Not abnormal) The power cable should only be disconnected when the projector is in this state. Press the [Power] button to start projection. Orange Cool-down in progress (Not abnormal) Please wait. The cool-down period lasts about 20 seconds. You cannot operate the [Power] button during the cool-down period. Press the power button again after cooldown has finished. Green Projection in progress (Not abnormal) Green Warming-up (Not abnormal) Please wait. Warming up takes about 40 seconds. When warming up is complete, the indicator changes to steady green. s P.20
Troubleshooting > When You Suspect a Problem
lit flashing Condition Red Not lit under normal operating conditions. Cause/Remedy High internal temperature (overheating) The lamp turns off automatically and projection stops. Wait for about 5 minutes without operating the projector. After about 5 minutes have passed, unplug the power cable and check the following: Make sure the air filter and ventilation outlet are clear and that the projector is not positioned against a wall. If the air filter is dirty, it should be cleaned. When the power cable is plugged back in, the projector will return to its previous state. Press the [Power] button on the projector or on the remote control to turn it back on. Lamp problem Disconnect the power cable from the electrical outlet. Remove the lamp and check that it is not broken. If the lamp is not broken, re-install it. Reconnect the power cable and press the [Power] button on the projector or the remote control to turn it back on. If the lamp is broken, please contact your dealer or the nearest address provided in the "International Warranty Conditions" in the "Safety Instructions/World-Wide Warranty Terms" guide. (You will not be able to use the projector until the lamp is replaced). Check that the lamp and lamp cover are securely installed. If the lamp or lamp cover are not securely installed, the lamp will not switch on. s
(0.5 second interval)
Internal problem Stop using the projector, disconnect the power cable from the electrical outlet and contact your dealer or the nearest address provided in the "International Warranty Conditions" in the "Safety Instructions/World-Wide (1 second interval) Warranty Terms" guide. Orange High-speed cooling in progress (This is not abnormal, but, if the temperature rises too high again, projection will stop automatically.) Set up the projector in a place which is well ventilated and ensure the air filter and ventilation outlet are clear. Clean the air filter. P.10 P.54
Does the lamp need replacement?
Has the image contrast been adjusted correctly? ([Menu] button "Image" "Picture Quality" "Contrast") Has the colour been adjusted correctly? ([Menu] button "Image" "Picture Quality" "Color Temperature") Has the saturation and tint been adjusted correctly? ([Menu] button "Image" "Picture Quality" "Saturation", "Tint") Has the image brightness been adjusted correctly? ([Menu] button "Image" "Picture Quality" "Brightness") Are the cables connected correctly? When connecting to a computer
s "Image menu" P.35
s "Connecting to a Computer" P.12 , "Connecting to Video Equipment" P.18 Colours may not exactly match those displayed on the computer screen or LCD screen, but this is normal and is not the sign of a problem.
f Image is dark
When the lamp is due for replacement, colours will weaken and the image will become dark. Replace the lamp when this is the case. s "Lamp replacement period" P.56 s "Image menu" P.35
Has the image brightness been adjusted correctly? ([Menu] button "Image" "Picture Quality" "Brightness") Has the image contrast been adjusted correctly? ([Menu] button "Image" "Picture Quality" "Contrast")
f No sound can be heard
Is A/V Mute activated?
The projector may be in A/V Mute mode. Press the [A/V Mute] button on the remote control to cancel A/V Mute. s "A/V Mute" P.28 s "Setting menu" P.38
Is the volume turned down to the minimum setting? ([Menu] button "Setting" "Volume") Is the audio source connected correctly?
s "Playing sound from a computer" P.14 , "Playing sound from video equipment" P.19
f The remote control does not work
Is direct sunlight or strong light from fluorescent lamps shining onto the remote control infrared receiver? Is the remote control too far from the projector? When in use, is the remote control infrared transmitter facing the remote control infrared receiver on the projector? Has the battery insulating tape been removed? Is the battery dead? Is the battery inserted correctly? Is the battery installed?
s "Using the Remote Control" P.9
The operating distance for the remote control is approximately 6m (20ft.). s "Operating range" P.9 The operating angle for the remote control is approximately 30 horizontally and approximately 15 vertically. s "Operating range" P.9 s "Before using the Remote Control" P.9 s "Changing the battery (Remote Control, Presentation Remote Controller)" P.55
f The power does not turn off (after the [Power] button is pressed)
The power indicator remains orange.
This projector is designed so that the Power indicator remains lit even after the power has been turned off. The Power indicator will switch off when the power cable is disconnected from the electrical outlet. After the [Power] button has been pressed, the cool-down period begins. After this, the Power indicator changes to a steady orange, and you can then disconnect the power cable from the electrical outlet. Cool-down lasts for about 20 seconds.
The cooling fan does not stop.
f Cleaning the lens
Be sure to read the separate "Safety Instructions/World-Wide Warranty Terms" before proceeding.
Use a commercially-available air blower, or lens cleaning paper to gently wipe the lens.
You should clean the projector if it becomes dirty or if the projected image starts to deteriorate.
f Cleaning the projector case
Clean the projector case by wiping it gently with a soft cloth.
lens can do not rub c As thematerialsbe easily damaged, to shocks. the lens with harsh or subject the lens
If the projector is particularly dirty, moisten the cloth with water containing a small amount of (ph) neutral detergent, and then firmly wring the cloth dry before using it to wipe the projector case. After you have done this, wipe the projector another time with a soft, dry cloth.
Do not use volatile substances such as wax, alcohol or thinner to clean the projector case. These can cause the case to warp and make the surface coating peel off.
Appendices > Projector Care
f Cleaning the air filter
If the air filter becomes clogged with dust, it can cause overheating and damage the projector. Keeping the projector horizontal, use a vacuum cleaner to clean away the dust from the air filter.
If the air filter is difficult to clean or if it is broken, it should be replaced. Contact your dealer for a new air filter. Spare lamps are provided with new air filters. When replacing the lamp, please replace the air filter at the same time.
f Changing the battery (Remote Control, Presentation Remote Controller)
Replacement battery: 1 CR2025 lithium battery
C Replace the battery holder.
Press the battery holder in until it clicks.
batteries away from children to of accidents. c Keepchild swallows the battery, contactavoid the risk immediately. If a your doctor
Please dispose of used batteries in accordance with local waste disposal regulations.
A Remove the battery holder.
While pressing the catch of the battery holder inwards, pull the battery holder out.
B Remove the old battery and insert the new one.
Check the position of the (+) mark inside the battery holder to ensure that the battery is inserted the correct way.
f Lamp replacement period
It is time to change the lamp when the "Replace Lamp" message appears in the bottom left hand corner of the screen at the commencement of projection and remains for 30 seconds. It is also time to change the lamp when the Warning indicator flashes red at 0.5 second intervals.
f Replacing the lamp
Wait until the lamp has cooled down sufficiently before opening the lamp cover. It takes a further one hour after the cool-down period has finished for the lamp to be cool enough. When the lamp is broken, replace it with a new lamp, or contact your dealer for further advice. If replacing the lamp yourself, be careful to avoid pieces of broken glass.
A Turn off the projector and wait for the cool-down
period to end. (Approx. 20 seconds)
Remove the power cable and wait for the lamp to cool down. (Approx. 1 hour)
The replacement message will appear after about 1900 hours of use. When this message is displayed, please replace the lamp as quickly as possible. The lamp may explode if you continue to use it beyond the lamp replacement period. Some lamps may stop operating before the replacement message is displayed. It is recommended that you have a replacement lamp ready in case this happens. Replacement lamps can be purchased at your nearest dealer.
B Open the lamp cover.
Put your finger into the recess in the lamp cover hook, and lift up the air filter to remove it.
C Loosen the fixing screws holding the lamp in place.
F Replace the lamp cover.
First insert the tabs, and then press down on the opposite side until it clicks into place.
D Remove the old lamp.
E Install the new lamp.
Press the lamp until it clicks into place, then tighten the two fixing screws.
Install the lamp securely. If the lamp cover is removed, the lamp turns off automatically as a safety precaution. The lamp will not turn on if the lamp or the lamp cover is not installed correctly. After replacing the lamp, be sure to reset the lamp operating time. New air filters are included with replacement lamps. The air filter should also be replaced when the lamp is replaced. s "Lamp replacement period" P.56 Dispose of used lamps properly in accordance with your local regulations.
f Resetting the lamp operating time
The projector has a built-in counter which keeps track of the lamp operating time and causes the replacement warning message to be displayed when the cumulative operating time reaches a certain point. Therefore, the counter needs to be reset from the configuration menu, after the lamp has been replaced with a new one.
C Use the [l][r] buttons to select "Yes", then press the
Please do not reset the lamp operating time except when the lamp has been changed. Otherwise, the lamp operating time will not be displayed correctly.
A Turn on the power and press the [Menu] button.
The lamp operating time will be reset.
B Select "Lamp Hours Reset" from the "Reset" menu,
using the [u][d][e] buttons.
f Replacing the air filter
Replacing the air filter can also be performed when the projector is mounted to a ceiling.
D Replace the air filter cover.
A Turn off the projector power, wait for the cool-down
period to end, then disconnect the power cable.
Cool-down takes about 20 seconds.
B Put your finger into the recess in the air filter hook,
and lift up the air filter to remove it.
C Replace the air filter with a new one.
Take out the old air filter and install the new one. Please ensure there are no gaps between the air filter and the plastic grill.
Dispose of used air filters properly in accordance with your local regulations.
The following optional accessories are available for purchase if required. This list of optional accessories is current as of May 2003. Details of accessories are subject to change without notice. Part number ELPLP25 ELPAF03 ELPST11 ELPST09 ELPSC06 ELPSC07 ELPSC08 ELPSC10 ELPKC02 ELPKC09 ELPKC10 ELPKC11 ELPKC27 ELPKC19 ELPAP01 Spare lamp Air filter Remote controller Presentation remote control kit 50" Portable screen 60" screen 80" screen 100" screen VGA-HD15 PC cable (1.8m/6ft.) (for mini D-Sub 15pin/mini D-Sub 15pin) VGA-HD15 PC cable (3m/9.8ft.) (for mini D-Sub 15pin/mini D-Sub 15pin) VGA-HD15 PC cable (20m/65.6ft.) (for mini D-Sub 15pin/mini D-Sub 15pin) VGA-HD15 PC cable (1.8m/6ft.) (for mini D-Sub 15 pin/5BNC) Component video cable (0.35m/1.15ft.) (for mini D-Sub 15pin/RCA3) Component video cable (3m/9.8ft.) (for mini D-Sub 15pin/RCA3) Mac adapter set Used to convert a Macintosh D-sub 15pin plug into a mini D-sub 15 pin plug. Use when connecting the projector to a computer with a 5BNC port. Use to connect the projector to a component video source. Use to connect the projector to a computer. Use these extension cables if the provided computer cable is too short. Part name Use Use as a replacement for spent lamps. Use as a replacement for spent air filters. Identical to the remote control provided with the projector. Optional Presentation remote control and remote control receiver set. A compact screen which can be carried easily. (4:3 aspect ratio) A portable roll type screen. (4:3 aspect ratio)
Appendices > Optional Accessories
Part number ELPMB11 ELPFC03 ELPFP04 ELPFP05 ELPFP06 ELPDC02 ELPDC04 Ceiling mount* Ceiling plate*
Use Use when installing the projector to a ceiling.
Pipe 370 (370mm silver)* Pipe 570 (570mm silver)* Pipe 770 (770mm silver)* Multimedia viewer
Use when installing the projector to a high ceiling or a ceiling with veneer panels.
Use when projecting books, OHP films and slides.
* A special method of installation is required in order to suspend the projector from the ceiling. Please contact your dealer if you require this installation method.
Complex terms used in this book, or terms not explained in the body of the text, will be briefly explained here. For further explanation, please consult commercially available reference texts. 5BNC Aspect ratio A type of connector used to input analog video signals. The ratio between an image's length and its height. Images which have an aspect ratio of 16:9 are called Widescreen. The aspect ratio for standard images is 4:3. The temperature of an object which is emitting light. When the colour temperature is high, colours tend to take on a bluish tinge; when the colour temperature is low, colours tend to take on a reddish tinge. A type of video signal which has the video brightness and colour signal information separated, in order to provide better image quality. In highdefinition TV (HDTV), it refers to images which consist of three independent signals: Y (luminance signal), and Pb and Pr (colour difference signals). The standard home video signal (NTSC, PAL, SECAM) which has the video brightness and colour signal information mixed together. Composite video consists of the carrier signal Y (luminance signal) and the chroma (colour) signal, combined within the colour bar signal. The relative brightness of the light and dark areas of an image can be increased or decreased in order to make text and graphics stand out, or appear softer. Adjusting this particular property of an image is called "contrast adjustment". Cool-down
The process used to cool down a projector lamp that is hot from use. Cool-down happens automatically when the [Power] button is pressed on the projector or on the remote control to turn the projector off. Do not unplug the projector power cable whilst it is cooling down. If cool-down is interrupted, heat from the lamp gets trapped inside the projector, potentially shortening the life of the lamp and causing projector failure. An audio format developed by Dolby Laboratories. Normal stereo is a 2-channel format which uses two speakers, whereas Dolby Digital is a 6-channel (5.1channel) system which adds a centre speaker, two rear speakers and a sub-woofer. An abbreviation for High-Definition Television, it refers to high definition systems which satisfy the following conditions. Vertical resolution of 750p or 1125i or greater (p=Progressive scanningg, i=Interlaced scanningg) Screen aspect ratio of 16:9 Dolby digitalgl audio reception and playback (or output) Each screen is divided into fine horizontal lines which are displayed in sequence starting from left to right and then from top to bottom. This method of image scanning, whereby even numbered lines and odd numbered lines are displayed alternately, is called Interlaced scanning. A method of image scanning whereby the image data from a single image is scanned sequentially from top to bottom to create a single image.
Operating range (Presentation remote controller).. 17 (Remote control)... 9 Operating temperature... 67 Optional Accessories... 60 Overheating.... 43
Part Names and Functions... 4 Picture Quality.... 36 Port.... 6 Position.... 38 Power cable.... 20
> Index S-Video port.... 6 Sync Info.... 40 Sync.... 27, 37
Target scope... 30 Tint..... 37 Top Menu... 32 Tracking.... 36 Translucent screen.... 11 Turning off the Projector... 22 Turning on the Projector... 20
Ventilation outlet.... 4 Video.... 40 Video port.... 6 Video Signal (displaying the Video signal)... 40 (Selecting the Video signal)... 39 Volume.... 39
Warning indicator... 5 When You Suspect a Problem... 42 Workstation.... 13
DECLARATION of CONFORMITY According to 47CFR, Part 2 and 15 Class B Personal Computers and Peripherals; and/or CPU Boards and Power Supplies used with Class B Personal Computers
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Declare under sole responsibility that the product identified herein, complies with 47CFR Part 2 and 15 of the FCC rules as a Class B digital device. Each product marketed, is identical to the representative unit tested and found to be compliant with the standards. Records maintained continue to reflect the equipment being produced can be expected to be within the variation accepted, due to quantity production and testing on a statistical basis as required by 47CFR 2.909. Operation is subject to the following two conditions : (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
FCC Compliance Statement For United States Users This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio or television reception. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause interference to radio and television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures. Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. WARNING The connection of a non-shielded equipment interface cable to this equipment will invalidate the FCC Certification or Declaration of this device and may cause interference levels which exceed the limits established by the FCC for this equipment. It is the responsibility of the user to obtain and use a shielded equipment interface cable with this device. If this equipment has more than one interface connector, do not leave cables connected to unused interfaces. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the users authority to operate the equipment.
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