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Runco DTV-1200 Owner's Manual

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Summary of Contents

  • Page 1

    ’ WNER ANUAL DTV-1200 DTV Capable CRT Projector...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS Safety Instructions ............. . 4 Limited Warranty .

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Blanking Adjustments ............. . . 47 Convergence Adjustments .

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Programmable Function Keys ........... . 78 Programmable Function Keys .

  • Page 6: Safety Instructions

    Owner’s Record The part number and serial number are located at the back side of the projector. Record these numbers in the spaces provided below. Refer to them whenever you call upon your Runco dealer regarding this product. SERIAL NUMBER :...

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    Safety Warning TO PREVENT FIRE OR ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS EQUIPMENT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE Federal Communication Commission (FCC Statement) This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits of a class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.

  • Page 8

    In the event of fire, use sand, CO2, or dry powder fire extinguishers; never use water on an electrical fire. Always have service performed on this projector by authorized Runco service personnel. Always insist on gen- uine Runco replacement parts. Never use non-Runco replacement parts as they may degrade the safety of this projector. On Installation 1.

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    Replacement parts - When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used original Runco replacement parts or authorized replacement parts which have the same characteristics as the Runco original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in degraded performance and reliability, fire, electric shock or other hazards.

  • Page 10: Limited Warranty

    PROVIDING WHEN INSTALLED AND CALIBRATED BY RUNCO AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL. RIGHTS, LIMITS AND EXCLUSIONS: Runco limits its obligations under any implied warranties under state laws to a period not to exceed the warranty period. There are no express warranties. Runco also excludes any obligation on its part for incidental or consequential damages related to the failure of this product to function properly.

  • Page 11

    IMPORTANT: WARRANTY REGISTRATION: Please fill out and mail your warranty registration card. It is imperative that Runco knows how to reach you promptly if we should discover a safety problem or product update for which you must be notified.

  • Page 12: Connections, Power Connection To Projector

    CONNECTIONS Power Connection to Projector AC Power (Mains) Cord Connection Use the supplied power cord to connect your Projector to the wall outlet. Plug the female power connector into the male connector at the rear side of the Projector. AC Input OFF ON Future Expansion Power Check...

  • Page 13: Source Connections

    Source No. Projector Input Comp. Video* S-Video/Comp. Video* Component Video RGB with Tri-level Sync Component Video with Tri-level Sync * Not used in the DTV-1200 OFF/ON 75 Ohm S-Video INPUT 4/5 INPUT 2 Remote Button No. 1 (not used) 2 (not used)

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    RGB input terminals with separate H and V Sync inputs, Composite Sync Input or with Sync on green (BNC ter- minals). The Projector detects automatically where the sync signal is located. This is the Input where Video Processors (such as the Runco VHD-4404 Ultra) or high definition sources should be connected. AC Input...

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    RGB Source with Tri-level Sync to Input 4/5 Which signal to Input 4/5 RGB input terminals with Tri level sync input or with Tri-level sync on green (BNC terminals). The projector detects automatically where the sync signal is located. RGB3S or RG3sB input selection With the remote, press digit button 7 Component Source to Input 4/5 Which signal to Input 4/5...

  • Page 16: Getting Started

    1. The default address is zero (0) or (1). The standard Remote is setup for common address zero. To change the common address of the Remote, contact a Runco service center. If it is necessary to program the projector address into the Remote, see 'Projector Address'.

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    Overview of Functions This remote control includes a battery powered infrared (IR) transmitter that allows the user to control the projector remotely. This remote control is used for source selection, control, adaptation and set-up. It includes automatic storing of: - picture controls (Brightness, Sharpness,...) - settings Other functions on the control units are: - switching between standby and operational modes...

  • Page 18: Stationary Image Warning

    13 FREEZ: press to freeze the projected image. 14 TEXT: when adjusting one of the image controls, e.g. contrast, during a meeting, the displayed bar scale can be removed by pressing 'TEXT' key first. To re-display the bar scale on the screen, press 'TEXT' key again. 15 ENTER: to start up the adjustment mode or to confirm an adjustment or selection in the adjustment mode.

  • Page 19: Remote Commands To The Projector

    Remote Commands to the Projector Pointing the Remote to the reflective screen Point the front of the Remote to the screen surface. Ceiling IR sensor Screen Remote Point the front of the Remote towards one of the IR sensors in the projector. Front of projector Rear side of projector 45°...

  • Page 20: Projector Address

    Projector Address Why a projector address? Since more than one projector can be installed in a room, the separate projectors can be separately address- able with a Remote or a computer. Set up an Individual Projector Address The set up of a projector address can be done via the software. See 'Change Projector Address' in Chapter 'Service Mode' How to control the projector or projectors? The projector's address may be set to any value between 0 and 255 which can be set in the Service Mode.

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    Input selection modes Source No. Projector Input RGB (HV, S.O.G) Component Video RGB with Tri level sync Component Video with Tri-level sync Input Selection via the Remote. With the digit buttons, it is possible to select one of the above input modes. When the source is selected When a valid and available source is selected, there will be information displayed on the screen about that source.

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    The bar scale increases when pressing on the + button (higher contrast) and decreases when pressing on the - button (lower contrast). Color Saturation Control: Not used on the DTV-1200 Tint Control: Not used on the DTV-1200 Sharpness Control: Not used on the DTV-1200...

  • Page 23: Start Up Of The Adjustment Mode, Adjustment Mode

    START UP OF THE ADJUSTMENT MODE Adjustment Mode Start Up All picture adjustments are made while in the 'Adjustment mode'. Press the ADJUST key. The projector displays the 'Main menu' (menu 1). MAIN MENU Image Control Eye-Q Function Keys Service Menus Select with then <ENTER>...

  • Page 24: Main Menu, Main Menu

    MAIN MENU Main Menu Overview Flowchart IMAGE CONTROL EYE-Q CONTROL MAIN MENU FUNCTION KEYS SERVICE MENUS COLOR ADJUST FORMAT SELECT EYE-Q TOUCH UP EYE-Q AUTO CONVERGE EYE-Q FULL ALIGNMENT EYE-Q GUIDED RANDOM ACCESS INSTALLATION SERVICE...

  • Page 25: Image Control, Color Adjust

    Image Control Starting Up Push the cursor keys é or ê to select 'Image Control' (menu 1). The selected item will change in color and a marker will be displayed in front of it. Press ENTER to select. The 'Image Control' menu will be displayed (menu 2a). MAIN MENU Image Control Eye-Q...

  • Page 26: Format Select

    Format Select What can be done? For one source, up to 8 different sets of settings can be stored. A set of settings is called 'Format'. A 'Format' can be 'available' or 'free'. 'Available' when settings are stored in this location. 'Free' when no setting are stored in this location.

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    How to add a name to a 'Format'? Push the cursor keys Press TEXT to display the compose menu (menu 2). The position of the character which will be edited, will be indicated with a digit. Push the cursor keys to select the first character.

  • Page 28: Eye-q Control, Eye-q Touch Up

    How to store the settings to a new 'Format'? Push the cursor keys Press ENTER to activate. Make any adjustment to the image. Quit the adjustment mode by pressing ADJUST. The selected format will change from free to available. Eye-Q Control With the Eye-Q functions it is possible to automatically adjust the convergence of the image.

  • Page 29: Eye-q Auto Converge

    How to start up the EYE-Q Touch Up? Push the cursor keys Press ENTER to activate the touch up function. The process starts and when successfully completed, the projector will return to image display of the current source. EYE-Q CONTROL EYE-Q Touch Up EYE-Q Auto Converge Select with...

  • Page 30: Function Keys, Service Menus

    With the complete set of Service menus such as EYE-Q, Guide, Random Access, Installation and Service it is possible to adjust the projector completely. When entering the Service Menus, a warning will be displayed mentioning that only qualified Runco service personnel may enter the Service menus.

  • Page 31: Entering The Service Menus, Service Menus

    ENTERING THE SERVICE MENUS Service Menus What is available in the Service menus? A complete set of adjustments divided in different modes are available to adjust the projector The different mode are: EYE-Q: to autoconverge the projector. Guided : Guided should be selected if the user intends to perform a complete alignment of the projected image and is not extensively familiar with the projector.

  • Page 32

    Some items in the Adjustment mode are password protected. While selecting such an item, the projector asks to enter your password. (Password protection is only available when the password strap on the contoller module is ON. Contact an authorized Runco technician when no password is requested during the adjustment proce- dure and password protection is desired.)

  • Page 33: Random Access Adjustment Mode, Random Access Adjustment Mode

    RANDOM ACCESS ADJUSTMENT MODE Random Access Adjustment Mode Starting Up Push the cursor keys up or down to highlight "RANDOM ACCESS" and then press ENTER. Some items in the Random access mode are password protected (when the password function is enabled). Enter your password to continue.

  • Page 34: Selecting Setup Pattern

    previous page COLOR SELECT RANDOM ACCESS ADJUSTMENT MODE CONVERGENCE SETUP PATTERN SELECTION FOCUSING Selecting Setup Pattern Set up of the Selected Setup Pattern If an external source is connected to the projector, menu 1 will be displayed. To select the desired setup pattern, perform the following: Push the cursor keys Press ENTER to select.

  • Page 35: Internal Cross Hatch Pattern

    Internal Cross Hatch Pattern When Using The Internal Cross Hatch Pattern The Internal # pattern menu will be displayed if the internal cross hatch pattern has been selected or if no source is connected to the projector. Factory Preset Frequencies The table below lists the 14 fixed factory preset frequencies available.

  • Page 36: Random Access Adjustment Mode Selection Menu, Picture Tuning

    Random Access Adjustment Mode Selection Menu What is possible? This is the main menu for the Random Access adjustment mode. Through this menu, the following adjustments and features are accessible: - Picture Tuning Sync slow/fast(only for RGB inputs) Color Balance Peaking Clamp Tuning - Geometry...

  • Page 37: Color Balance

    Color Balance What can be done? The Color Balance function is used to select or adjust the color temperature of white used by the projector. The Color Balance can be adjusted on two different ways : - fixed color balance. You have the choice between 3200 K (reddish), 4900 K, 6500 K (white) or 9300 K (bluish).

  • Page 38: Sync Fast/slow Adjustments

    Cut Off Adjustment 1. Push the cursor key to select 'Custom Red & Blue Cut off' (menu 3). 2. Press ENTER to activate the adjustment. 3. Push the cursor key to adjust the red cut-off 4. Push the cursor key 5.

  • Page 39: Peaking, Clamp Tuning

    Peaking What can be done? Peaking improves the contours in an projected image. How to set up? To change the peaking setting, perform the following: 1. Push the cursor key to select Peaking (menu 1). 2. Press ENTER to display the peaking menu (menu 2). During the creation of new settings for a RGB source the corresponding peaking is switched on as default.

  • Page 40: Geometry Adjustments, Horizontal Phase Adjustments

    Geometry Adjustments What can be done? The geometry adjustments have to be done only on the green image. These adjustments are automatically implemented for the other color images. The following adjustments can be adjusted Left-right (EW) and Top- Bottom Corrections, Blanking, Horizontal Amplitude, Vertical Amplitude, Vertical Linearity and Horizontal Phase. Start Up To start up the geometry corrections, perform the following: 1.

  • Page 41: Raster Shift Adjustments

    Note: Horizontal and Vertical shifts for Red and Blue should end up with a setting close to 50%. If these set- tings are significantly greater or lesser than 50%, contact a Runco authorized service technician. Warning: In order to ensure maximum CRT longevity and to avoid CRT damage, do not shift the raster outside the phosphor area of the CRT.

  • Page 42: Left-right (east-west) Adjustments

    GEOMETRY H PHASE RASTER SHIFT LEFT-RIGHT (E-W) LEFT SIDE CORRECTION TOP-BOTTOM (N-S) H SIZE V LINEARITY V SIZE BLANKING Select with then <ENTER> menu 2 <EXIT> to return menu 1 Left-Right (East-West) Adjustments What can be adjusted? Left-right and center adjustments affect only the vertical lines of the projected image. The skew, the bow, the keystone and the seagull distortion can be adjusted.

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    How to enter an alignment? To enter an alignment: 1. Push the cursor key to highlight a function 2. Press ENTER to activate this function. 3. Press EXIT to return. Warning Use this correction to adjust the right side of the image. LEFT-RIGHT V CENTERLINE BOW V CENTERLINE SKEW...

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    Seagull Correction What can be done? Use this correction only if, after adjusting the vertical lines with the side bow or side keystone, an 'S' curve is visible on the left and the right side of the image. The default value on the bar scale for this correction is 50. Start up To correct the Seagull Correction : 1.

  • Page 45: Top-bottom (north-south) Adjustments

    Left Side Adjustments 1. Push the cursor key to highlight the desired correction (menu 1). 2. Press ENTER to start the adjustment. 3. Press EXIT to return when the adjustment is finished. LEFT SIDE CORRECTION LEFT KEYSTONE LEFT BOW Ensure that the side bow and key- stone adjustments are done prior to these fine adjustments! Select with...

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    Note: Only the green image is displayed while making top- botton adjustments. The red and blue images will auto- matically be corrected in the same manner. Convergence corrections are automatically disabled for the duration of these adjustments. Which adjustment can be executed? The following adjustments can be executed - Horizontal centerline bow - Horizontal centerline skew...

  • Page 47: Horizontal Size Adjustments

    Seagull correction What can be done? Use this correction after the image has been adjusted with top and bottom bow and keystone. If an “S” curve on top and bottom of the image is visible, proceed to the seagull correction. Due to interaction, it is possible that the top and bottom bow have to be readjusted after adjusting the seagull correction to obtain an improved image.

  • Page 48: Vertical Linearity Adjustments

    Vertical Linearity Adjustments What can be done? The vertical linearity adjustment function corrects for vertical non-linearities which extend from the center of the image to the top and bottom of the image. Start Up To start up the vertical linearity adjustment: 1.

  • Page 49: Vertical Size Adjustments, Blanking Adjustments

    Vertical Size Adjustments What can be done? To adjust the vertical picture size. Start up 1. Push the cursor key to highlight 'V Size' (menu 1). 2. Press ENTER to activate (menu 2). 3. Push the cursor key until the correct image height is obtained. (image 1). Note: - If the internal # pattern was selected, this pattern remains on the screen.

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    How to adjust the Blanking? Adjust the next blanking alignments until the image is correctly framed or the unwanted information is blanked out (image 1). To enter a blanking alignment : 1. Push the cursor key to highlight the desired blanking position. 2.

  • Page 51: Convergence Adjustments

    Convergence Adjustments What has to be done? Convergence adjustments affect both the horizontal and vertical lines of the setup pattern. These adjustments are performed on the red image while superimposed on the green image and then on the blue image while superimposed on the green image.

  • Page 52: Focusing

    Focusing What can be done? After the lenses are mechanically correct focused, the CRT's can be electronically focused until the image is on each point. Start Up 1. Push the cursor key to highlight 'Focusing' (menu 1). 2. Press ENTER to display the focusing menu (menu 2). The focusing has to be done for the three colors separately.

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    Top Image Focusing 1. Push the cursor key to highlight 'Top' (menu 1). 2. Press ENTER to start up the top image focusing. 3. Push the cursor key 4. Press ENTER to return to the focusing menu. Bottom Image Focusing 1.

  • Page 54: Color Select

    Right Image Focusing 1. Push the cursor key to highlight 'Right' (menu 1). 2. Press ENTER to start up the right image focusing. 3. Push the cursor key 4. Press ENTER to return to the focusing menu. Blue on Source What can be done? After focusing the three colors, and a yellow discoloring on a normal image is still visible, select blue on source and repeat the steps Midpoint, Top, Bottom,...

  • Page 55: Service Mode, Service Mode

    SERVICE MODE Service Mode Start Up 1. Push the cursor key to select to SERVICE (menu 1). 2. Press ENTER to select. The service menu will be displayed (menu 2). Some items in the Service mode are password protected (when the password function is active). Enter your password to continue. All other password protected items are now also available if you stay in the adjustment mode.

  • Page 56: Projector Set-up, Identification

    Projector Setup What can be done? Within the projector set-up menu, the following items can be consultated or set to the desired setting: - Identification - Total run time - Change password - Change projector address - Change baud rate - Projector warm up - Power up mode - Common address...

  • Page 57: Run Time

    Run Time has to be reseted (menu 1). 2. Press ENTER to reset the run time. 3. Press EXIT to return to the Projector Set up menu. RUNCO DTV-1200 Proj. address: 001 Soft. Version: 6.00 Config.: Ceiling/Front Baud Rate PC: 9600 Text: ON Serial No.: 103589552...

  • Page 58: Change Password

    Change Password What can be done? The password code (4 digits) can be changed to a new one. This item is password protected. First the actual password should be entered before continuing. Note: Password function is only active if the jumper on the controller is in the 'ON' position. How to select? To select Change Password : 1.

  • Page 59: Change Projector Address, Change Baud Rate

    Change Projector Address What can be done? Every projector requires an individual address between 0 and 255. How to change the address? To change the address, perform the following: PROJECTOR SET-UP IDENTIFICATION RUN TIME CHANGE PASSWORD CHANGE PROJECTOR ADDRESS CHANGE BAUD RATE PROJECTOR WARM UP POWER UP MODE: operating COMMON ADDRESS: 0...

  • Page 60: Projector Warm Up, Warm Up On/off

    Projector Warm Up What can be done? When in the ON position (and the CRT run in cycle is OFF), the projector can start up with a warm up period. The warm up time can be set up by the customer as well as the frequency of the warm up source. During the start up a warm up menu will be displayed.

  • Page 61: Warm Up Frequency, Projector Warm Up Time

    Warm Up Frequency What can be done? The line frequency of the white pattern on which the warm up will be executed, can be entered by selecting out of the displayed list an available block. It is recommended that the Warm up frequency be the same as the input signal, if possible.

  • Page 62: Power Up Mode, Common Address

    RUN TIME CHANGE PASSWORD CHANGE PROJECTOR ADDRESS CHANGE BAUD RATE PROJECTOR WARM UP POWER UP MODE: operating COMMON ADDRESS: Select with then <ENTER> <EXIT> to return menu 1 Note: Runco recommends that this be left in ‘Standby’ for long-term reliability.

  • Page 63: Memory Management, Copy A Block

    Memory Management What can be done? Within the memory management menu, the following items can be consultated or executed : - copy a block - delete a block - delete all blocks - set to midposition How to select? To select Memory Management: 1.

  • Page 64: Deletion Of Blocks, Deleting Block By Block, Deletion Of All Blocks

    Deletion of Blocks What can be done? The delete function is used to clear all data (settings) from an adjustment block. A delete can be given: - block by block or - for all blocks. This item is password protected. Deleting Block by Block What can be done? The 'delete a block' function deletes the settings of a selected block.

  • Page 65: Set To Midposition

    MEMORY MANAGEMENT COPY A BLOCK DELETE A BLOCK DELETE ALL BLOCKS SET TO MIDPOSITION Select with then <ENTER> <EXIT> to return menu 1 Set to Midposition What can be done? All adjustment settings (geometry and convergence) can be set to mid position. Item is password protected.

  • Page 66: Green Convergence Mid

    SET TO MIDPOSITION R&B CONVERGENCE MID GREEN CONVERGENCE MID FOCUS TO MIDPOSITION E-W TO MIDPOSITION N-S TO MIDPOSITION DIG VERT LINEARITY MID DIG HOR LINEARITY MID ASTIGMATISM MIDPOSITION ALL SETTINGS TO MIDPOS Select with then <ENTER> <EXIT> to return. menu 1 Undo R &...

  • Page 67: Undo Green Convergence Mid, Focus To Midposition, Undo Focus To Midposition

    Undo Green Convergence Mid What can be done? 'Undo Green convergence mid' is displayed in the Set Midposition menu instead of 'Green convergence mid' when the latter is pressed. Only available when the projector is equipped with green convergence adjustmentes. How to undo? 1.

  • Page 68: East-west To Midposition, Undo East-west To Midposition, North-south Settings To Midposition

    East-West to Midposition What can be done? The east-west settings can be set to midposition. How to set the E-W settings to midposition? 1. Push the cursor key to highlight 'E-W to midposition' (menu 1). 2. Press ENTER to select. A confirmation screen will be displayed first (menu 2). 3.

  • Page 69: Undo North-south Settings To Midposition, Digital Vertical Linearity To Midposition

    Undo North-South Settings to Midposition What can be done? 'Undo N-S to midposition' is displayed in the Set Midposition menu instead of 'N-S to midposition' when the latter is pressed. The settings for the N-S can be returned to previous installed settings as long the projector is playing on the same source ( = same adjustment block).

  • Page 70: Digital Horizontal Linearity To Midposition, Undo Digital Horizontal Linearity To Midposition, Astigmatism Midposition

    Digital Horizontal Linearity to Midposition What can be done? The digital horizontal linearity settings for the different areas can be set to their midposition. How to set the Digital Horizontal Linearity to Midposition? 1. Push the cursor key to highlight 'Dig Hor Linearity mid' (menu 1). 2.

  • Page 71: All Settings To Midposition

    Undo Astigmatism to Midposition What can be done? 'Undo Astigmatism midposition' is displayed in the Set Midposition menu instead of 'Astigmatism midposition' when the latter is pressed. The settings for the astigmatism can be returned to previous installed settings as long the projector is playing on the same source ( = same adjustment block).

  • Page 72: Common Settings, Dynamic Astigmatism

    Common Settings What can be done? Within the common settings menu, the following items can be set up or executed: - Dynamic Astigmatism - Gamma Correction - CRT run in cycle - CRT Drive mode - Memory banks : on/off - Flyback turnover point - Menu Position : standard/middle How to select?

  • Page 73

    Start Up To start up the dynamic astigmatism: 1. Push the cursor key to highlight 'Dynamic Astigmatism' (menu 1). 2. Press ENTER to display the dynamic astigmatism menu (menu 2). The dynamic astigmatism can be adjusted on the selected source or on pattern lock on the selected source (genlocked pattern). The way of adjusting is the same for both ways and for each color.

  • Page 74: Gamma Corrections, Crt Run In Cycle

    Gamma Corrections Start Up To start up the gamma corrections : 1. Push the cursor key to highlight 'Gamma Corrections' (menu 1). 2. Press ENTER to start up. A warning screen will be displayed (menu 2). COMMON SETTINGS DYNAMIC ASTIGMATISM GAMMA CORRECTIONS CRT RUN IN CYCLE CRT DRIVE MODE...

  • Page 75: Crt Drive Mode

    CRT Drive Mode What can be done? The projector CRT's can be driven with the normal current (normal mode), a lower current (economic mode) or with a higher current (boost mode). The higher the current, the higher the light output but the lifetime will shorten.

  • Page 76: Memory Banks

    Memory Banks What can be done? The user has the possibility to create 8 different memory banks (formats) for each source. But, the maximum allowed quantity of memory banks for all sources together is 32. The option to create different memory banks for the same source can be switched ON or OFF. How to select Memory Banks? 1.

  • Page 77: Flyback Turnover Point, Menu Position

    Flyback Turnover Point What can be done? The horizontal flyback time for horizontal frequencies can be long or short. The turnover point from long to short can be installed by the user himself. Set Up of the Flyback Turnover Point To set up the flyback turnover point: 1.

  • Page 78: C Diagnostics, Voltage Diagnostics

    12C Diagnostics What can be seen? The I2C diagnostics menu gives an overview of the I2C failures inside the projector. To scroll through the failure list, push the cursor key The I2C address, IC number and module name will be given in I2C diagnostic menu. When no errors are detected, the following message will appear on the screen: "No errors on i2c-bus detected".

  • Page 79: Projector Diagnostics

    Projector Diagnostics What can be seen? A log of the last 5 failures with the run time when the failure happened is documented in the Projector Diagnostics. How to display the Projector Diagnostics? 1. Push the cursor key to highlight 'Projector diagnostics' (menu 1). 2.

  • Page 80: Programmable Function Keys, Programmable Function Keys

    PROGRAMMABLE FUNCTION KEYS Programmable Function Keys What can be done with these keys? The five function keys on top of the remote control can be programmed as short cut keys (quick access) to almost any adjustment function. See list futher in this chapter. How can a Function Key be programmed? A function key can only be programmed when in the service menus.

  • Page 81

    MESSAGES, WARNINGS AND FAILURES When selecting a new source, informa- INPUT 01 tion about this source will be displayed on the screen. Source number, hori- RGB2 zontal and vertical frequencies of the Fh= 15.6 kHz displayed source. Fv= 050 Hz SOURCE 01 Announcement of the selected source.

  • Page 82

    FAILURE Hardware failure. Call a qualified serv- I2C error ice technician for repair. addr. : 7FH3 FAILURE short Hardware failure. Call a qualified serv- circuit on ice technician for repair. I2C bus FAILURE Input not valid invalid input FAN FAILED Projector switched off due to a fan fail.

  • Page 83

    ADJUSTMENT BLOCKS AND SOURCE NUMBERS 90-99 Adjustment Blocks (Memory Blocks) What are adjustment block? As the projector is digitally controlled, all geometry and convergence adjustments are stored in the projector’s memory as numeric values. These numeric values are used to control digital potentiometers which in turn, con- trol the projector.

  • Page 84

    source number 0 source input 0 source number 90 source number 1 source input 1 source number 91 source number 2 source input 2 source number 92 • • • source number 9 source input 9 source number 99 Block header A Block header A, different analog settings Block header B Block header B, different analog settings...

  • Page 85: Rs-232 Codes

    RS-232 CODES Baud Rate: 9600 Data Length: 8 Bits Parity: None Stop Bit: Structure: Hex (nine bytes) Byte 1 - wake-up command. Always "02" Byte 2 - command offset. Normally "00", changed if there is another "02"in the command. Byte 3 - Projector address. Normally "00" will address all projectors. Byte 4 - Main Command Byte 5 - additional data Byte 6 - additional data...

  • Page 86

    Contrast +: 02.00.00.28.00.00.00.00.28 Contrast -: 02.00.00.29.00.00.00.00.29 Brightness +: 02.00.00.2A.00.00.00.00.2A Brightness -: 02.00.00.2B.00.00.00.00.2B Color +: 02.00.00.2C.00.00.00.00.2C Color -: 02.00.00.2D.00.00.00.00.2D Tint +: 02.00.00.2E.00.00.00.00.2E Tint -: 02.00.00.2F.00.00.00.00.2F Sharpness +: 02.00.00.36.00.00.00.00.36 Sharpness -: 02.00.00.37.00.00.00.00.37 All commands are in hex and will be entered differently with each control system. For example: Phast = Power On: $02,$00,$00,$51,$00,$00,$00,$01,$5C...

  • Page 87: Ceiling/floor Configuration

    CEILING/FLOOR CONFIGURATION Ceiling Mount 28.87 6.88 2.87 14.25 20.70 44.19 Overall Dimensions: Length: 44.20 in x Width: 26.77 x Height: 14.25 in. A = Center of Gravity = 9.39 in. B = Center = 10.57 in. C = Bracket Height = 2.87 in. D = Lens to Center of Bracket = 20.70 in.

  • Page 88: Dimensions

    DIMENSIONS Bottom View 44.196 Side View 15.329 1.076 Front View 26.772...

  • Page 89: Specifications

    Remote control, AC power cord and Owner's Operating Manual Warranty: Service Labor and Parts (except lamp): Runco warrants the product for one (1) year from the date of delivery to the end user. Lamp: 6 months or 1000 hours (which ever comes first).

  • Page 91

    RUMA-009450 rev 1-02 • • • • • Runco International 2463 Tripaldi Way Hayward, CA 94545 ph (510) 293-9154 fax (510) 293-0201 www.runco.com...

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