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User's Guide

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    User’s Guide...

  • Page 2: Features Of The Projector

    User’s Guide Features of the Projector Position adjustment function for a variety of projection screens Wall Shot Images can be projected regardless of the location. Images can be projected in places without a screen with no loss of original colour. •...

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    User’s Guide Features of the Projector Large-volume USB Storage is Available to Use (EMP-7950 only) As well as a USB-compatible digital camera, you can use a USB-compatible hard disk and a USB-compatible memory device. This allows you to use large presentation files. p.32, "Showing the Presentation (Using the CardPlayer)"...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents, Before Using The Projector

    Control Panel ................8 Drive or Memory Devices) (EMP-7950 only)......32 Remote Control ................9 Connecting USB Devices............32 Input/Output Ports (EMP-7900) ..........10 Disconnecting a USB Device from the Projector...... 33 Input/Output Ports (EMP-7950) ..........11 Basic Operations Before Using the Remote Control ........12 Inserting the Batteries ...............

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Monitoring and Controlling Projectors via a Network List of Supported Monitor Displays ........159 (for the EMP-7900) .............. 98 Specifications ..............160 Available Network Functions for the EMP-7900...... 98 Appearance................162 Compatible Computers ............. 99 Installing and Uninstalling the Projector Software ....99 Network Cable Connections ...........

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents, Before Using The Projector

    • Using the Remote Control to Operate the Mouse • Remote Control ..............9 Pointer (Wireless Mouse Function) ........23 • Input/Output Ports (EMP-7900)........10 • Connecting an External Monitor ........25 • Input/Output Ports (EMP-7950)........11 Connecting to a Video Source ......26 Before Using the Remote Control .....

  • Page 7: Part Names And Functions, Front/top/side, Part Names And Functions, Front/top/side

    User’s Guide Part Names and Functions The illustration below shows the projector with a standard lens fitted. Front/Top/Side • • • • • • • • Zoom ring p.42 (Temperature) indicator p.116 Adjusts the image size. Flashes or lights in different colours to indicate problems with the internal temperature of the projector.

  • Page 8: Base, Rear, Base, Rear

    User’s Guide Part Names and Functions Base Rear • • • • • • • • • • • • Suspension bracket fixing points Security lock ( ) p.154 Air intake vents (4 points) p.15, p.151 p.140 • • • • Remote control light- Connect an optional ceiling mount here when Clean the air intake vent...

  • Page 9: Control Panel, Control Panel

    User’s Guide Part Names and Functions Control Panel Buttons with no description are the same as the remote control buttons. Refer to the remote control descriptions for details. • • • • [Auto/Enter] button p.53, p.96, p.114 Operates in the same way as the [Auto] button on the remote control. When pressed while a configuration menu or help menu is being displayed, it operates in the same way as the [Enter] button on the remote control.

  • Page 10: Remote Control, Remote Control

    User’s Guide Part Names and Functions Remote Control If you position the over the button icon or button name, a description of that button will appear. • • • • • • • • Remote control light-emitting area p.14 [Power] button p.36, p.40 •...

  • Page 11: Input/output Ports (emp-7900)

    User’s Guide Part Names and Functions Input/Output Ports (EMP-7900) • • • • • • • • Network port p.101 [USB] port p.23, p.157 Use to connect the projector to a network. Connects the projector to a computer via the USB cable when using the wireless mouse function.

  • Page 12: Input/output Ports (emp-7950)

    User’s Guide Part Names and Functions Input/Output Ports (EMP-7950) • • • • • • • • • • • • [Monitor Out] port p.25 [USB TypeA] port p.17 [USB TypeB] port p.23 p.157 Outputs analogue-RGB signals from a Connects a digital camera to the projector When the projector is connected to a computer computer connected to the projector by a when projecting digital camera image...

  • Page 13: Before Using The Remote Control, Inserting The Batteries, Before Using The Remote Control

    User’s Guide Before Using the Remote Control Inserting the Batteries Insert the batteries. Check the positions of the (+) and (–) marks inside the battery The batteries are not already inserted into the remote control at the time the holder to ensure that the batteries are inserted the correct way. projector is purchased.

  • Page 14: Using The Remote Control And Remote Operating Range, Operating Range, Using The Remote Control

    User’s Guide Before Using the Remote Control Using the Remote Control and Remote Operating Remote control Remote control Range light-receiving light-receiving area (front) area (rear) Using the Remote Control The remote control is used in the following way. Remote control PROCEDURE light-emitting area Set the [R/C] switch of the remote control to "ON".

  • Page 15: Remote Operating Range

    User’s Guide Before Using the Remote Control Operating angle (vertical) Remote Operating Range Operating distance Operating distance Use the remote control within the ranges indicated below. If the distance or approx. 10 m (30 ft.) approx. 10 m (30 ft.) angle between the remote control and the remote control light-receiving area is outside the normal operating range, the remote control may not work.

  • Page 16: Installation, Setting Up The Projector, Installation, Setting Up The Projector

    User’s Guide Installation Setting Up the Projector • Front/ceiling projection The projector supports the following four different projection methods, allowing you to choose the best method for displaying your images. CAUTION • Before setting up the projector, be sure to first read the separate Safety Instructions/World-Wide Warranty Terms.

  • Page 17: Screen Size And Projection Distance, Screen Size And Projection Distance

    User’s Guide Installation Screen Size and Projection Distance The distance from the lens to the screen determines the actual image size. The recommended distance and projection distance values given below are Screen for when the projector is fitted with a standard lens or an optional wide zoom lens.

  • Page 18: Inserting And Removing Cards (emp-7950 Only), Installation, Installation

    User’s Guide Inserting and Removing Cards (EMP-7950 only) You can use PC cards such as wireless LAN cards and memory cards with the Installation EMP-7950. The EMP-7950 is supplied with wireless LAN card. When using other cards, CAUTION or inserting or removing a card in a PC card slot on a computer, refer to the documentation included with the card.

  • Page 19: Removal, Removal

    User’s Guide Inserting and Removing Cards (EMP-7950 only) Removal PROCEDURE Press the eject button to the right of the card slot. CAUTION The eject button will pop out. • Do not remove the wireless LAN card while the access lamp of the wireless LAN card is flashing green, otherwise it may damage the Access lamp wireless LAN card.

  • Page 20: Access Lamp Statuses, Access Lamp Statuses, Card Slot Access Lamp Status

    User’s Guide Inserting and Removing Cards (EMP-7950 only) Access Lamp Statuses Wireless LAN Card Access Lamp Status The card slot access lamp does not light when a wireless LAN card has Card Slot Access Lamp Status been inserted into the projector. When a memory card has been inserted into the card slot of the projector, You can check the network communication status by observing the status you can check the access status for the memory card by noting whether the...

  • Page 21: Connecting To A Computer, Eligible Computers, Connecting To A Computer, Eligible Computers

    User’s Guide Connecting to a Computer • Condition 2: The display resolution and frequency of the computer CAUTION must be listed in the "List of Supported Monitor Displays". See "Appendices: List of Supported Monitor Displays" p.159 When connecting the projector to a computer, be sure to check the Some computers allow you to change the output resolution, so if following.

  • Page 22: Projecting Images From The Computer, Projecting Images From The Computer

    User’s Guide Connecting to a Computer Projecting Images from the Computer The shape and specifications of the computer's monitor port will determine • Image sources are auto-detected according to the input signals. what type of cable should be used. Check the following to see which type Depending on an output signal of a computer, the image may be of port your computer has.

  • Page 23: If The Monitor Port Is A Digital Rgb Port

    User’s Guide Connecting to a Computer If the Monitor Port is a Digital RGB Port Use the optional DVI-Dg/DVI-D digital video cable or DVI-D/DFP digital video cable to make the connection. To monitor port To [DVI] port DVI-D/DVI-D digital video cable or DVI-D/DFP digital video cable (optional) •...

  • Page 24: Using The Remote Control To Operate The Mouse Pointer (wireless Mouse Function)

    User’s Guide Connecting to a Computer Using the Remote Control to Operate the Mouse Pointer (Wireless Mouse Function) • The USB cable can only be connected to computers with a standard You can use the remote control as a wireless mouse to control the mouse USB interface.

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    User’s Guide Connecting to a Computer Once the connection has been made, the mouse pointer can be operated as follows. • If the mouse button settings have been reversed at the computer, the Moving the mouse pointer Left click operation of the remote control buttons will also be reversed. Tilt the [ ] button on the remote Press the [Enter ( )] button.

  • Page 26: Connecting An External Monitor, Connecting An External Monitor

    User’s Guide Connecting to a Computer Connecting an External Monitor When analogue RGB signals from a computer are being projected, you can connect an external monitor to the projector in order to view the images on the external monitor at times such as when giving presentations. Connect the external monitor using the cable that is provided with the monitor.

  • Page 27: Connecting To A Video Source, Connecting To A Video Source

    User’s Guide Connecting to a Video Source Projecting Composite Videog Images CAUTION Use a commercially- available A/V cable to make the connection. When connecting the projector to other video sources, take the following precautions. • Turn the power off for both the projector and the video source before connecting them.

  • Page 28: Projecting S-video Images, Projecting Component Video Images, Projecting S-video Images, Projecting Component Video Images

    User’s Guide Connecting to a Video Source Projecting S-Video Images Projecting Component Video Images Use a commercially-available S-Videog cable to make the connections. Use the optional component videog cable to make the connection. "Appendices: Optional Accessories and Consumables" p.151 To component To S-Video output port video output ports S-Video cable...

  • Page 29: Projecting Rgb Video Images, Projecting Rgb Video Images

    User’s Guide Connecting to a Video Source Projecting RGB Video Images RGB video is used when projecting RGB signals from a video source other • Image sources are auto-detected according to the input signals. than a computer that is connected to the projector. Either of the following Depending on an output signal of a computer, the image may be two connection methods can be used.

  • Page 30: Playing Sound From The Video Equipment, Playing Sound From The Video Equipment

    User’s Guide Playing Sound from the Video Equipment The projector has a built-in speaker with a maximum output of 5 W. You can If the image signals are being input to output sound from the connected video equipment (such as a computer or the [Video] port video deck) through the projector's built-in speaker if the video equipment has an audio output port.

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    User’s Guide Playing Sound from the Video Equipment • You can adjust the volume after projection has started. p.57 • If the audio signal source is connected to the audio ports that are used in common with the [DVI] or [Computer] ports, the audio signals that are being input are output regardless of the image signal that is selected.

  • Page 32: Playing Sound From External Speakers, Playing Sound From External Speakers

    User’s Guide Playing Sound from External Speakers You can connect speakers with built-in amplifiers to the projector's [Audio Out] port in order to enjoy a fuller quality of sound. Use a commercially-available audio cable with pin jack ⇔ stereo mini jack (3.5 mm) plugs or similar.

  • Page 33: Connecting Usb Devices (digital Camera, Hard Disk Drive Or Memory Devices) (emp-7950 Only)

    User’s Guide Connecting USB Devices (Digital Camera, Hard Disk Drive or Memory Devices) (EMP-7950 only) USB1.1-compatible digital cameras, hard disk drives and USB storage devices can be connected to the projector. Image files that are stored inside the digital camera and scenarios, images and movies that are stored inside USB storage devices can be played back with EasyMP CardPlayer.

  • Page 34: Disconnecting A Usb Device From The Projector, Disconnecting A Usb Device From The Projector

    User’s Guide Connecting USB Devices (Digital Camera, Hard Disk Drive or Memory Devices) (EMP-7950 only) Disconnecting a USB Device from the Projector After projection is finished, disconnect the USB device from the projector using the following procedure. PROCEDURE Position the cursor with the "EJECT" button on the CardPlayer screen and press the [Enter] button on the remote control to close CardPlayer.

  • Page 35: Basic Operations

    Basic Operations This chapter describes basic operations such as turning projection on and off and adjusting the projected images. Turning the Projector On........35 Adjusting the Image Quality....... 51 • Connecting the Power Cable ..........35 • Projecting Easy-to-see Images Without a Screen (Wall Shot)................

  • Page 36: Turning The Projector On, Connecting The Power Cable

    User’s Guide Turning the Projector On Turn the power on to start projecting images. Connect the accessory power cable to the projector. Check that the power connector is facing the same way as the CAUTION power inlet on the projector, and then insert the power cable Be sure to read the Safety Instructions/World-Wide Warranty Terms connector securely into the projector.

  • Page 37: Turning The Power On And Projecting Images

    User’s Guide Turning the Projector On Turning the Power On and Projecting Images Press the [Power] button on either the remote control or the projector's control panel to turn the power on for the projector. indicator flashes green. After a short period it stops •...

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    User’s Guide Turning the Projector On *1 Only changes when using the EMP-7950. If more than one external device is connected to the EasyMP Operation Guide and the EasyMP Network Setup Guide projector, use the remote control or projector control for details on using EasyMP.

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    User’s Guide Turning the Projector On Selecting an Image Source While Viewing Projected Images (Preview Function) • If only one signal source has been connected, the signals from that The preview function lets you project the images from the currently- source will be projected without needing to press one of the [Source] selected image source and view them in a preview screen while selecting buttons.

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    User’s Guide Turning the Projector On Tilt the [ ] button to select the images to be projected. • You can hear the sound for the images in the active window while Move the red box until the desired image is selected. the preview window is being displayed.

  • Page 41: Turning The Projector Off

    User’s Guide Turning the Projector Off Follow the procedure below to turn the projector off. If the message "The projector is overheating. Make sure nothing is PROCEDURE blocking the air vent, and clean or replace the air filter." appears on Turn the power off for the signal sources that are the screen, press the [Enter] button on the remote control or the connected to the projector.

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    User’s Guide Turning the Projector Off If not using the projector for a long period, unplug the Attach the lens cover. power cable from the electrical outlet. Attach the lens cover to the lens when not using the projector, in order to stop the lens from getting dusty or dirty. CAUTION Do not disconnect the power cable from the electrical outlet while the indicator is flashing orange, otherwise operating problems may...

  • Page 43: Adjusting The Screen Image, Adjusting The Image Size (zoom Function)

    User’s Guide Adjusting the Screen Image You can correct and adjust the screen images in order to obtain the best Focusing the Screen Images (Focus Adjustment) possible pictures. PROCEDURE Adjusting the Image Size (Zoom Function) Turn the focus ring to adjust the image focus. The size of the projected images is basically determined by the distance If keystone correction or Sharpness settings have been made, it may from the projector to the screen.

  • Page 44: Adjusting The Image Angle

    User’s Guide Adjusting the Screen Image Adjusting the Image Angle When projecting from the side of the screen If the projector cannot be set up directly in front of the screen, you can If the projector is set up so that it is at a horizontal or vertical angle to the project images at a horizontal angle to the screen.

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    User’s Guide Adjusting the Screen Image Adjusting the Feets The front adjustable foot and the rear adjustable feet can be extended and If the projector is tilted vertically or horizontally, turn the bases of the retracted to adjust the tilt of the projector to a maximum of 12º upward and rear adjustable feet to make fine adjustments to the height of the 4º...

  • Page 46: Manually Correcting Keystone Distortion

    User’s Guide Adjusting the Screen Image Manually Correcting Keystone Distortion This projector is equipped with the following two keystone correction functions. Use whichever function is appropriate for the keystone This projector is equipped with an automatic keystone correction function distortion that appears. that detects the vertical angle of the projector during projection and automatically corrects vertical keystone distortion.

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    User’s Guide Adjusting the Screen Image Automatic keystone correction When the projector has been tilted vertically, automatic keystone • The "Auto Keystone", "H/V-Keystone" and "Quick Corner" correction is carried out so that images with no distortion are projected. functions cannot both be used together to correct keystone distortion. If you use one function to correct keystone distortion, any correction that has been applied using the other function will be cancelled.

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    User’s Guide Adjusting the Screen Image If the left edge of the If the right edge of the Vertical correction and horizontal correction image is elongated image is elongated Vertical correction and horizontal correction can be carried out using either the projector's control panel or the configuration menus.

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    User’s Guide Adjusting the Screen Image Tilt the [ ] button on the remote control to the left or Height Correction right, or press the [ ] or [ ] buttons on the When Automatic keystone correction and horizontal correction is carried projector's control panel to correct the height while out, the height of the projected images will become shorter.

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    User’s Guide Adjusting the Screen Image Correcting Keystone Distortion so that the Projection Area Fits the Screen Exactly (Quick Corner) Quick Corner correction can be carried out using either the projector's control panel or the configuration menus. This procedure explains how to use the projector's control panel to correct keystone distortion.

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    User’s Guide Adjusting the Screen Image Press the [ ], [ ], [ ] and [ ] buttons on the When the adjustment is complete, press the [Menu] remote control to correct the angle position. button on either the remote control or the projector's control panel to close the configuration menu.

  • Page 52: Adjusting The Image Quality, Projecting Easy-to-see Images Without A Screen (wall Shot)

    User’s Guide Adjusting the Image Quality The quality of the projected images can be adjusted as follows. PROCEDURE The Wall Shot function can be operated using either the remote control or Projecting Easy-to-see Images Without a Screen the projector's control panel. (Wall Shot) Press the [Wall Shot] button on either the remote When the Wall Shot function is used, images can be projected without loss...

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    User’s Guide Adjusting the Image Quality To change the status, press the [Wall Shot] button while the status is being displayed on the screen. For example, if you press the [Wall Shot] button while "Wall • When the projector's power is turned off, images will be projected Shot OFF"...

  • Page 54: Adjusting Computer Images

    User’s Guide Adjusting the Image Quality Adjusting Computer Images Automatic Setup • If "Auto Setup" in the "Advanced2" menu is set to "OFF" (the Automatic setup detects analogue RGB signals coming from a connected default setting for this command is "ON"), automatic setup is not computer, and automatically adjusts these signals so that the optimum carried out.

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    User’s Guide Adjusting the Image Quality While holding down the [Shift] button on the projector's Adjusting the Tracking control panel, press the [ ] button. If vertical stripes appear in the projected images, The tracking value decreases each time the button is pressed. and this cannot be fixed using automatic setup, you will need to adjust the trackingg...

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    User’s Guide Adjusting the Image Quality While holding down the [Shift] button on the projector's Adjusting the Sync control panel, press the [ ] button. If flickering, fuzziness or interference appear in The sync value decreases each time the button is pressed. images that are input from the computer, and this cannot be fixed using automatic setup, you will Projector...

  • Page 57: Selecting The Projection Quality (colour Mode Selection)

    User’s Guide Adjusting the Image Quality Selecting the Projection Quality PROCEDURE (Colour Mode Selection) Selecting the colour mode can be carried out using either the remote control or the configuration menus. This procedure explains how to The following five preset colour modes are available for use depending on use the remote control to select the colour mode.

  • Page 58: Adjusting The Volume

    User’s Guide Adjusting the Volume You can adjust the volume for the sound from the projector's built-in speaker or from the external speakers that are connected to the projector. PROCEDURE The volume can be adjusted using either the remote control, the projector's control panel or the configuration menus.

  • Page 59: Preventing Theft (password Protect), When Password Protect Is Enabled

    User’s Guide Preventing theft (Password Protect) When the Password Protect function is activated, people who do not know the Use the numeric buttons on the remote control to set the password. password cannot use the projector to project images when the power is turned Press the [Num] button on the remote control to enter the password.

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    User’s Guide Preventing theft (Password Protect) When "Password Timer" is set to "ON" and "Timer" is used The password entry screen will not be displayed at all when the power is • If an incorrect password is entered three times in succession, the turned on until the length of time that has been set has elapsed.

  • Page 61: Setting Password Protect

    User’s Guide Preventing theft (Password Protect) Setting Password Protect Turn "Power ON Protect" on. (1) Select "Power ON Protect", and then press the [Enter] Use the following procedure to set Password Protect. button on the remote control or the [Auto/Enter] button on the projector's control panel.

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    User’s Guide Preventing theft (Password Protect) Turn "User’s Logo Protect" on. Once the setting is complete, press the [Menu] button. (1) Select "User’s Logo Protect", and then press the [Enter] button on the remote control or the [Auto/Enter] button on Press the [Num] button on the remote control to the projector's control panel.

  • Page 63: Advanced Operations

    • P in P (Picture in Picture) Function ........65 Network (for the EMP-7900) ......98 • Effect Function ..............67 • Available Network Functions for the EMP-7900 ..... 98 •Using the Pointer Icon ............... 67 •Monitoring Function Using SNMP and the SNMP Manager •Drawing Straight and Curved Lines ..........

  • Page 64: Functions For Enhancing Projection, A/v Mute Function

    A/V Mute function was activated. • The default user's logo is the EPSON logo. You can change the PROCEDURE user's logo by recording and setting your own logo.

  • Page 65: Freeze Function, E-zoom Function

    User’s Guide Functions for Enhancing Projection Freeze Function E-Zoom Function This function pauses only the projected images. The sound keeps playing This function lets you enlarge and reduce a parts of projected images such without pausing. as graphs and tables. The signal source will still be playing back the images even while The E-Zoom function is controlled using the remote control.

  • Page 66: P In P (picture In Picture) Function

    User’s Guide Functions for Enhancing Projection P in P (Picture in Picture) Function When the [ ] button is pressed, the image is enlarged with the cross at its centre. When the [ ] button is This function lets you display separate images in a smaller screen (sub- pressed, the enlarged image is then reduced.

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    User’s Guide Functions for Enhancing Projection Tilt the [ ] button on the remote control to change the When you press the [Enter] button, the operation position of the sub-screen. guide screen will disappear and the display position and size for the sub-screen will be accepted. When the display position and size for the sub-screen are accepted, the operation guide disappears.

  • Page 68: Effect Function

    User’s Guide Functions for Enhancing Projection Effect Function Using the Pointer Icon You can use the pointer icon to draw attention to parts of projected images You can display a pointer icon on the images being projected, and then use that you would like to explain about during a presentation, for example.

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    User’s Guide Functions for Enhancing Projection Set the starting point for the line. Straight line : Move the pointer icon to the starting point for the The last pointer icon type used will remain as the current pointer icon line and press the [Enter] button. until the projector's power is turned off, so that when the Effect Curved line : Move the pointer icon to the starting point for the function is used, that pointer icon will appear.

  • Page 70: Preset Function

    User’s Guide Functions for Enhancing Projection Preset Function When projecting analogue RGB video signals from a computer, you can • The thickness and colour of the line cannot be changed by pressing change the settings for these signals using the "Video" menu, and up to ten the [Effect] button during the time in between when the starting different sets of these settings can be saved.

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    User’s Guide Functions for Enhancing Projection Once the settings have been made, select "Preset" in the sub-menu and then press the [Enter] button on the remote control or the [Auto/Enter] button on the The preset numbers that have an input resolution displayed have projector's control panel.

  • Page 72: Changing The Resize/aspect Ratio

    User’s Guide Functions for Enhancing Projection Changing the Resize/Aspect Ratio Applying Saved "Video" Menu Settings PROCEDURE Selecting the Computer Display Method While projecting analogue RGB images from a computer, When projecting computer images, the display method can be changed press the [Preset] button on the remote control to apply between resized display (in which the images are projected so that they fill the saved setting values for the "Video"...

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    User’s Guide Functions for Enhancing Projection If the input resolution is lower than the panel resolution (1024 × 768) Resized display Real display • The display methods for projected images are stored individually for each video source. • If the input resolution is the same as the panel resolution (1024 ×...

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    User’s Guide Functions for Enhancing Projection HDTVg Projecting Wide-screen Images from Video Equipment When images that are output in 16:9 format are displayed at an aspect ratio You can switch the aspect ratiog between 4:3 and 16:9 when component of 4:3, the images are resized so that they fill the full vertical area of the videog, S-Videog composite videog...

  • Page 75: Projector Id/remote Control Id

    User’s Guide Functions for Enhancing Projection Projector ID/Remote Control ID Video Brightness Control High Audio Projector ID If using more than one projector at a time, such as at a show, you can Effect Network record ID numbers for the projectors and for the remote controls in order to Setting COM Port RS-232C...

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    User’s Guide Functions for Enhancing Projection Use the [ ] button on the remote control or the [ ] or Registering an ID Number for a Remote Control [ ] button on the projector's control panel to select PROCEDURE the desired ID number (1–9). Press the [Enter] button on the remote control or the [Auto/ Press the [ID] button on the remote control.

  • Page 77: Operation Button Lock Function

    User’s Guide Functions for Enhancing Projection Operation Button Lock Function This function locks the buttons on the projector's control panel. If you would like to check the ID number that is currently set for a This function is useful at times such as during show events so that only remote control, press the [ID] button on the remote control so that the projection is carried out deactivating all buttons operation, or in places button lights, and then press the [ID] button once more.

  • Page 78: Using The Configuration Menu Functions

    User’s Guide Using the Configuration Menu Functions The configuration menus can be used to carry out a variety of settings and adjustments. The menus have a hierarchical structure, with a main menu that is divided into sub-menus, which are further divided into other sub-menus. Refer to "Using the Configuration Menus"...

  • Page 79: List Of Functions

    User’s Guide Using the Configuration Menu Functions Using the Configuration Menu Functions List of Functions "Video" Menu • The functions in the "Video" menu apart from "Resolution" and "Video Signal" cannot be adjusted while no video signal is being input. •...

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    User’s Guide Using the Configuration Menu Functions Using the Configuration Menu Functions Sub-menu Function Default Color Corrects the vividness of the image colour. The settings can Presentation Mode be saved separately for each type of source (computer or video source). You can select from five different quality settings depending on the surroundings.

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    User’s Guide Using the Configuration Menu Functions Using the Configuration Menu Functions Sub-menu Function Default Reset Resets all adjustments values for the "Video" menu functions to their default settings. •Press the [Enter] button on the remote control or the [Auto/Enter] button on the projector's control panel to reset.

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    User’s Guide Using the Configuration Menu Functions Using the Configuration Menu Functions Component Videog Sub-menu Function Default Position Moves the image display position vertically and Depends on Video Position horizontally. connection Adjust Audio Brightness •Press the [Enter] button on the remote control or the Contrast Effect [Auto/Enter] button on the projector's control panel and...

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    User’s Guide Using the Configuration Menu Functions Using the Configuration Menu Functions Sub-menu Function Default Video (Selection is only possible when composite video/S-Video Auto Signal signals are being input and are selected) Selects the video signal format. •Press the [Enter] button on the remote control or the [Auto/Enter] button on the projector's control panel and choose the setting.

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    User’s Guide Using the Configuration Menu Functions Using the Configuration Menu Functions "Audio" Menu Sub-menu Function Default Computer/ Use this command to specify the [Computer] port or [DVI] Computer/DVI DVI Audio port as the video port being used so that sound is input to Video Computer/DVI Audio Input : Input...

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    User’s Guide Using the Configuration Menu Functions Using the Configuration Menu Functions "Effect" Menu Sub-menu Function Default Pointer/ Sets the pointer or line that is displayed when the [Effect] Line1 button on the remote control is pressed once. Video Pointer/Line1 •...

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    User’s Guide Using the Configuration Menu Functions Using the Configuration Menu Functions "Setting" Menu Sub-menu Function Default Keystone Corrects keystone distortion in images. Press the [Enter] button on the remote control or the [Auto/ Video Keystone Enter] button on the projector's control panel, and then Audio H/V-Keystone Quick Corner...

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    User’s Guide Using the Configuration Menu Functions Using the Configuration Menu Functions Sub-menu Function Default P in P When using the P in P function, this selects whether the Video image signals that are projected into the sub-screen are "Video" or "S-Video". No-Signal Sets the message status and background colour at times Blue...

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    User’s Guide Using the Configuration Menu Functions Using the Configuration Menu Functions Sub-menu Function Default Sleep Sets the energy saving operation when no video signal is Mode being input. •When set to "ON", projection stops automatically and after cool-downg period is finished, the projector changes to sleep mode (standby mode) if no operations are carried out for approximately 30 minutes while the "No Signal."...

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    Sub-menu Function Default Execute Records a user's logo. p.148 EPSON logo •Press the [Enter] button on the remote control or the Video [Auto/Enter] button on the projector's control panel, and Audio then follow the instructions that appear on the screen.

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    User’s Guide Using the Configuration Menu Functions Using the Configuration Menu Functions "Advanced1" Menu Sub-menu Function Default Startup Sets whether the startup screen is displayed or not. Screen To change the user's logo, you need to record your own Video Startup Screen ON OFF logo.

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    User’s Guide Using the Configuration Menu Functions Using the Configuration Menu Functions Sub-menu Function Default Color Adjusts the colour temperatureg and intensity of each RGB Color Temp.: Adjustment (red, green, blue) colour for each input source. Depends on •Color Temp.: Lets you adjust bright colours within a range connection from reddish tinges to bluish tinges.

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    User’s Guide Using the Configuration Menu Functions Using the Configuration Menu Functions Sub-menu Function Default Standby Set to "Network ON" to use network monitoring and Network OFF Mode control functions and the standby monitor out function while the projector is in standby mode. To enable the new settings, turn the projector's power off and wait until the cool-downg...

  • Page 93

    Operation Lock ON OFF Projector Sets the ID number for the projector. p.74 Reset All Reset Execute Network (EMP-7900 only) Sets the DHCPg, Addressg, Subnet Maskg Gatewayg Address when the projector is connected to a ]: Select ]: Enter [Menu]: Exit network and the EMP Monitor function or mail notification function are being used.

  • Page 94

    User’s Guide Using the Configuration Menu Functions Using the Configuration Menu Functions Sub-menu Function Default Direct When the projector's power cable is connected, projection Power ON starts without needing to press the [Power] button. *When "Direct Power ON" is set to "ON", turn the power off by pressing the [Power] button, then wait for the cool- downg...

  • Page 95

    User’s Guide Using the Configuration Menu Functions Using the Configuration Menu Functions "About" Menu Sub-menu Function Default • The "About" menu shows the setting details for the Lamp Displays the cumulative lamp operating time for both "High current input signal. Brightness"...

  • Page 96

    User’s Guide Using the Configuration Menu Functions Using the Configuration Menu Functions "Reset All" Menu Sub-menu Function Default Execute Resets all items in all configuration menus to their default settings. Video •Press the [Enter] button on the remote control or the Audio [Auto/Enter] button on the projector's control panel to Effect...

  • Page 97: Using The Configuration Menus

    User’s Guide Using the Configuration Menu Functions Using the Configuration Menus Confirm the selection. If using the remote control, press the [Enter] button to confirm a The configuration menus can be operated using either the remote control or selection. the projector's control panel. If using the projector's control panel, press the [Auto/Enter] button to confirm a selection.

  • Page 98

    User’s Guide Using the Configuration Menu Functions The items appearing in the "Video" menu and the "About" menu will • Sub-menu items which cause another sub-menu to be displayed vary depending on the type of input source being projected. when they are selected have after them.

  • Page 99: Available Network Functions For The Emp-7900

    The network functions differ for the EMP-7950 and the EMP-7900. projectors on a network to be monitored and controlled by a single The following descriptions apply to the EMP-7900. If using the EMP- operator. 7950, refer to the EasyMP Network Setup Guide and the...

  • Page 100: Compatible Computers, Installing And Uninstalling The Projector Software

    User’s Guide Monitoring and Controlling Projectors via a Network (for the EMP-7900) Compatible Computers Installing and Uninstalling the Projector Software The EMP Monitor and EMP NetworkManager software programs can be Computers that can run EMP Monitor installed separately from the accessory Projector Software CD-ROM as Windows 98 SE/Me/NT4.0/2000 Professional/...

  • Page 101

    User’s Guide Monitoring and Controlling Projectors via a Network (for the EMP-7900) Check the setup details and then click the "Install" Uninstalling the software button. To uninstall the projector software, select "Control Panel" from "My Computer", double-click "Add/Remove Programs", select the programs to be uninstalled, and then click "Add/Remove"...

  • Page 102: Network Cable Connections, Projector Connection Settings

    User’s Guide Monitoring and Controlling Projectors via a Network (for the EMP-7900) Network Cable Connections Projector Connection Settings The projector can be connected to a network using a commercially- When the projector is connected to the network, various settings such as available 100baseTX or 10baseT network cable.

  • Page 103

    User’s Guide Monitoring and Controlling Projectors via a Network (for the EMP-7900) Press the [Num] button on the remote control to enter SNMPg Enter the IP address to use for notification of SNMP traps. Two IP addresses can be set as notification numbers.

  • Page 104: Problem Reporting Using The Mail Notification Function

    User’s Guide Monitoring and Controlling Projectors via a Network (for the EMP-7900) Problem Reporting Using the Mail Notification Mail Notification Settings Function PROCEDURE If EMP NetworkManager has been used to make the settings for the mail With Windows running, click [Start], point to...

  • Page 105

    User’s Guide Monitoring and Controlling Projectors via a Network (for the EMP-7900) The following table shows the setting details for each item. Connection of the projector will start, and the following Setup for Network Projector window will be displayed. Mail Set to "ON"...

  • Page 106

    User’s Guide Monitoring and Controlling Projectors via a Network (for the EMP-7900) Once the mail notification settings have been The settings will then be applied, and the display will completed, click [OK]. return to the window that appeared in step 2. Click ] to close EMP NetworkManager.

  • Page 107

    If a Problem Notification is Sent By Mail Connecting Manually If an e-mail message with "EPSON Projector" in the subject line is sent to If the name of the projector that you would like to set up mail notification IP addressg...

  • Page 108

    User’s Guide Monitoring and Controlling Projectors via a Network (for the EMP-7900) The following IP Address Setup window will be Sharing EMP Monitor settings displayed. A projector list that has already been recorded by EMP Monitor can also be shared by EMP NetworkManager.

  • Page 109: Centralised Control Using Emp Monitor

    With Windows running, click [Start], point to using a single computer. If there are several projectors that have been set [Programs] (or [All Programs]), point to [EPSON up in different classrooms or meeting rooms, for instance, they can all be Projector] and then click [EMP Monitor].

  • Page 110

    User’s Guide Centralised Control using EMP Monitor Click [Auto detect]. Select the projector to be monitored or controlled and then click [Add]. The names of all projectors that are currently connected to the network will be displayed in a list. Selected projector name If there are other projectors that you would like to monitor that need to be added, repeat step 4.

  • Page 111

    User’s Guide Centralised Control using EMP Monitor Once all new projectors to be monitored have been The statuses of the registered projectors will each be added, click [Close]. displayed. The display will return to the Register projector window, and Once a projector has been registered, the status of the projector the names of the added projectors will appear in the projector will be displayed automatically each time EMP Monitor is list.

  • Page 112

    User’s Guide Centralised Control using EMP Monitor Shows the currently selected input port. The power for all registered projectors can be turned Video Source : on and off at the same time, and the input signal for Computer, Computer1 or InputA all projectors can also be selected at the same time.

  • Page 113

    User’s Guide Centralised Control using EMP Monitor The following table shows the function of each button. [View details] button Shows the detailed information for the selected projectors. Turns the power on for the selected projectors. Power ON Turns the power off for the selected projectors. Power OFF Switches to the input source connected to the PC1, InputA...

  • Page 114

    Troubleshooting This chapter describes how to identify problems and what to do if a problem is found. Using the Help........... 114 Problem Solving..........116 • Reading the Indicators............116 • When the Indicators Provide No Help ......119 •Problems relating to images ............ 121 •Other problems ................

  • Page 115: Using The Help

    User’s Guide Using the Help If a problem occurs with the projector, the Help function uses on-screen Help Menu displays to assist you in solving the problem. It uses a series of menus in a Problems with image question and answer format. Problems with sound Language change Select the relevant item, then confirm or modify settings...

  • Page 116

    User’s Guide Using the Help Repeat steps 2 and 3 to proceed through the menu to more detailed items. The help menu is cleared when the [Help] button is pressed. Help Menu No image appears on the screen. The image is unsteady. The image is not displayed fully on the screen.

  • Page 117: Problem Solving, Reading The Indicators

    User’s Guide Problem Solving If you are having a problem with the projector, first check the projector's indicators while referring to "Reading the Indicators" below. If the indicators do not show clearly what the problem might be, refer to "When the Indicators Provide No Help". p.119 Reading the Indicators The projector is provided with the following three indicators.

  • Page 118

    User’s Guide Problem Solving : lit : flashing : off Status Cause Remedy or Status Lamp cover is open error/ Take out the lamp and check if it is broken. Replacing the Lamp p.142 Lamp timer failure/ If the lamp is not broken, put it back in and then turn the power on. If the lamp still does not turn Lamp out on, replace it with a new lamp.

  • Page 119

    User’s Guide Problem Solving : lit : flashing : off Status Cause Remedy or Status Standby condition (Not abnormal) Orange Press the [Power] button on either the remote control or the projector's control panel to start projection. When turning off the projector's power, disconnect the power plug from the electrical outlet when the projector is in this condition.

  • Page 120: When The Indicators Provide No Help

    User’s Guide Problem Solving When the Indicators Provide No Help First refer to the following problems to determine what type of problem it is that you are having, and then refer to the page containing details of the problem. Problems relating to images Other problems No images appear p.121...

  • Page 121

    User’s Guide Problem Solving Problems Relating to Networks and EasyMP Mail notification messages are not being sent when a problem occurs with the projector p.128 The projector cannot be monitored and controlled using the EMP Monitor function p.129 An error message is displayed (error message when EMP Monitor is running) p.138 For EMP-7950 only...

  • Page 122

    User’s Guide Problem Solving Problems relating to images No images appear Check Remedy Was the [Power] button pressed? Press the [Power] button on either the remote control or the projector's control panel to turn the power on. The remote control cannot be used unless the [R/C] switch of the remote control is at "ON". p.36 Is the A/V Mute function active? Press the [A/V Mute] button on either the remote control or the projector's control panel to cancel...

  • Page 123

    User’s Guide Problem Solving The message "Not Supported." is displayed Check Remedy Are the image signal format settings correct? If a composite videog S-Videog source is connected to the projector, use the "Video Signal" menu command to select the signal format. "Video"...

  • Page 124

    User’s Guide Problem Solving Images are fuzzy or out of focus Check Remedy Has the focus been adjusted correctly? Turn the focus ring on the projector to adjust the focus. p.42 Is the lens cover still attached? Remove the lens cover. p.35 Is the projector at the correct distance? The recommended projection distance range is 77–1113 cm when using a standard lens or an...

  • Page 125

    User’s Guide Problem Solving Image is truncated (large) or small Check Remedy Is the image in real display? Press the [Resize] button on either the remote control or the projector's control panel. p.71 Is the aspect ratio setting correct? Is the image still being enlarged by the Press the [ESC] button on the remote control to cancel the E-Zoom function.

  • Page 126

    User’s Guide Problem Solving Image colours are not right Check Remedy Do the input signal settings match the signals If the "Comoputer Input" or "BNC Input" in the configuration menu has been set to "Component video" when a computer or RGB video is connected to the [Computer] port or [BNC] ports of the from the connected device? projector, the image will appear purplish.

  • Page 127

    User’s Guide Problem Solving Images appear dark Check Remedy Have the image brightness and luminance Use the "Brightness" and "Brightness Control" menu commands to adjust the brightness and luminance. been adjusted correctly? "Video" - "Brightness" p.78, p.81 "Advanced2" - "Brightness Control" p.92 Has the image contrastg...

  • Page 128

    User’s Guide Problem Solving The remote control does not work Check Remedy Is the [R/C] switch at the "ON" position? Set the [R/C] switch to the "ON" position. p.36 Is the remote control light-emitting area Face the remote control towards the remote control light-receiving area. The operating angle for the remote control is approximately ±30º...

  • Page 129

    Check that the network cable is connected correctly. If it is not connected or is connected incorrectly, reconnect it. When using the EMP-7950 connected to a wired LAN, or when using the EMP-7900 Are the settings for connecting to a network Check the network settings for the projector. If using the EMP-7950 "Connecting in Access Point Mode or Wired LAN Mode"...

  • Page 130

    Check that the network cable is connected correctly. If it is not connected or is connected incorrectly, reconnect it. When using the EMP-7950 connected to a wired LAN, or when using the EMP-7900 Are the settings for connecting to a network Check the network settings for the projector. If using the EMP-7950 "Connecting in Access Point Mode or Wired LAN Mode"...

  • Page 131

    When using the EMP-7950 connected to a wired LAN, or when using the EMP-7900 Is the access lamp of the wireless LAN card If the access lamp is off, remove the wireless LAN card and re-insert it.

  • Page 132

    User’s Guide Problem Solving Check Remedy Is the wireless LAN setting for the computer Change the wireless LAN settings at the computer to ad hoc mode. "Computer Wireless LAN Settings" in the EasyMP Network Setup Guide set to ad hoc modeg? Depending on the manufacturer of the wireless LAN card, you may be able to use a communication When connected to a wireless...

  • Page 133

    User’s Guide Problem Solving Connection cannot be established in access point mode or wired LAN connection mode (EMP-7950 only) Check Remedy Is the ESSIDg setting correct? Enable the automatic ESSID search function, or set the ESSID for the computer or access point and the projector so that they are the same.

  • Page 134

    User’s Guide Problem Solving Check Remedy Are you using DHCPg when in wireless LAN If DHCP is enabled when using access point mode or when connecting to a wired LAN, it will take some time for EasyMP to get to standby mode if it cannot locate a DHCP server to connect to. access point mode or wired LAN connection mode? Was EMP NS Connection started or was the...

  • Page 135

    User’s Guide Problem Solving When running Microsoft Office applications using Network Screen, the screen does not change as required (EMP-7950 only) Check Remedy Have you been moving the mouse constantly? As long as the mouse cursor is moved, the screen does not change. Stop moving the mouse cursor when having trouble changing the screen.

  • Page 136

    User’s Guide Problem Solving Check Remedy Incorrect keyword. Enter the keyword Check the keyword for the projector that is displayed in the EasyMP standby window, and enter that projector's keyword. displayed on the projector. Select a projector from the list. Select the name of each projector for connection, and click the "Connect"...

  • Page 137

    User’s Guide Problem Solving Check Remedy There is a projector not responding. One or more projectors failed to connect when an attempt was made to connect simultaneously to multiple projectors. The successfully connected projectors can be used. To connect to the projectors that failed to connect, terminate the connection and try again. If connection is still not possible, check the network settings on the computer and the EasyMP network settings on the projector.

  • Page 138

    User’s Guide Problem Solving Error messages from EMP SlideMaker2 (EMP-7950 only) Check Remedy **.SIT already registered. It is not possible to add a scenario file name if it already exists in the "Autorun Scenario List". "Sending a Scenario" in the EasyMP Operation Guide (** is the scenario file name.) Not enough disk space.

  • Page 139

    "Connecting in Access Point Mode or Wired LAN Mode" in the EasyMP Network Setup Guide • If using the EMP-7900 Select "Advanced2" - "Network" in the configuration menu for the projector to be connected, and then check the IP address. Specify this IP address when connecting in IP connection mode.

  • Page 140: Appendices

    Appendices This chapter provides information on maintenance procedures to ensure the best level of performance for the projector for a long time. Maintenance ............140 List of ESC/VP21 Commands......156 • Cleaning ................140 • Command List ..............156 •Cleaning the Projector Case............. 140 •...

  • Page 141: Maintenance, Cleaning

    User’s Guide Maintenance This section describes maintenance tasks such as cleaning the projector and Cleaning the Air Filters and Air Intake Vent replacing consumable parts. If dust collects on the air filter or the air outlet, it can cause the internal temperature of the projector to rise, and this can lead to problems with Cleaning operation and shortening of the optical engine's service life.

  • Page 142: Replacing Consumables

    User’s Guide Maintenance • Air filters at side and base of projector Replacing Consumables Pull the air filters out from the projector and then use a vacuum cleaner to clean them. This section describes how to replace the lamp and the air filters. Lamp Replacement Period It is time to replace the lamp when: •...

  • Page 143

    User’s Guide Maintenance Replacing the Lamp CAUTION • The lamp replacement message is set to appear after the following periods of time in order to maintain the initial brightness and quality • If you are replacing the lamp because it has stopped working, it is of the projected images.

  • Page 144

    User’s Guide Maintenance Wait until the lamp has cooled down, and then Loosen the two lamp fixing screws. remove the lamp cover from the base of the projector. Use the screwdriver that is supplied with the spare lamp or It takes a further one hour after the cool-down period has some other flat-tipped screwdriver to loosen the two lamp finished for the lamp to be cool enough.

  • Page 145

    User’s Guide Maintenance Take out the old lamp. Install the new lamp. Fold out the handle as shown in the illustration below and pull Hold the lamp so that it faces the correct way to fit into the the lamp out of the projector. projector, and then insert the lamp until it clicks into place and If the lamp is broken, replace it with a new lamp, or contact tighten the two lamp fixing screws.

  • Page 146

    User’s Guide Maintenance Resetting the Lamp Operating Time The projector has a built-in counter which keeps track of the lamp • Install the lamp securely. If the lamp cover is removed, the lamp operating time, so that when the cumulative operating time reaches a turns of automatically as a safety precaution.

  • Page 147

    User’s Guide Maintenance Select "Reset Lamp Timer" from the "About" menu Replacing the Air Filters and then press the [Enter] button on the remote If the air filters are broken or if the warning message reappears after they control or the [Auto/Enter] button on the projector's have been cleaned, they should be replaced.

  • Page 148

    User’s Guide Maintenance Pull out the air filters. Insert the two new air filters, and push them in until Insert a flat-tipped screwdriver into the hollow as they click into place. shown in the illustration below, and then pull it straight upwards.

  • Page 149: Saving A User's Logo

    User’s Guide Saving a User's Logo You can record the image that is currently being projected as a user's logo. If keystone correction or the E-Zoom function have been used, they • When a user's logo is recorded, the previous user's logo will be will be cancelled when the "User's Logo"...

  • Page 150

    User’s Guide Saving a User's Logo The image to be recorded and a selection marquee Select "Yes" at the confirmation screen, and then box will be displayed, so move the marquee box to press the [Enter] button on the remote control or the select the part of the image to use.

  • Page 151

    User’s Guide Saving a User's Logo Select "Yes" at the confirmation screen, and then press the [Enter] button on the remote control or the [Auto/Enter] button on the projector's control panel. The image will then be saved. Once the image has been saved, the message "Completed."...

  • Page 152: Optional Accessories And Consumables

    User’s Guide Optional Accessories and Consumables The following optional accessories are available for purchase if required. This list of optional accessories is current as of April 2005. Details of accessories are subject to change without notice. Optional Accessories Long throw zoom lens ELPLL05 Soft carry case ELPKS28 (Projection distance ratio: Approx.

  • Page 153: Glossary

    User’s Guide Glossary The following table contains explanations of some of the terms used in this guide which may be unfamiliar or which are not explained in the text of the guide. Further information can be obtained by referring to other commercially-available publications. 3-2 pull-down function This function directly converts image sources that have been recorded in the same 24-frame format used for movies into 60- frame progressive signals.

  • Page 154

    User’s Guide Glossary Abbreviation for Digital Flat Panel. Refers to a standard method for digital transmission of video signals. DHCP Abbreviation for Dynamic Host Configuration protocol, which is a protocol for automatically assigning an IP addressg devices that are connected to a network. Dolby Digital A sound format developed by Dolby Laboratories.

  • Page 155

    User’s Guide Glossary RADIUS server RADIUS is an abbreviation for Remote Authentication Dialin User Service. It is a protocol that is used for authenticating transmissions for a variety of network servers including wireless LANs. A RADIUS server is an authentication serverg that stores information such as usernames and passwords and concentrates functions such as authenticating access to wireless LAN access points.

  • Page 156

    User’s Guide Glossary TKIP Abbreviation for Temporal Key Integrity Protocol. This is an encoding method used for WPAg. The encryption key is renewed after a certain period of time to make it harder to break the encryption code. Tracking The signals output from computers have a specific frequency. If the projector frequency does not match this frequency, the resulting images will not be of a good quality.

  • Page 157: List Of Esc/vp21 Commands, Command List, Communication Protocol

    User’s Guide List of ESC/VP21 Commands Command List Communication Protocol When a power on command is sent to the projector, the power will turn on Standard baud rate : 9600 bps • • • • and the projector will change to warm-up mode. When the power has Data length : 8 bits •...

  • Page 158: Cable Layouts

    User’s Guide List of ESC/VP21 Commands Cable Layouts USB connection Connector shape : USB(type B) • • • • Serial connection <At computer> <At projector> Connector shape : D-Sub 9-pin (male) • • • • Projector input : Control (RS-232C) •...

  • Page 159: Usb Connection Setup

    PROCEDURE Download the USB driver (USB-COM Driver) from the EPSON website to your computer. The URL is as follows. http://esupport.epson-europe.com/downloads/en/ Install the downloaded USB driver on your computer.

  • Page 160: List Of Supported Monitor Displays

    User’s Guide List of Supported Monitor Displays Computer/RGB Video Component Video Resolutions for Display mode (dots) Refresh rateg Signal Resolution (dots) resized displayg Signal aspect ratiog 16:9 aspect ratio (Hz) (dots) display display VGAEGA 640×350 1024×560 SDTVg(525i, 525p, 625i, 625p) 1024×768 1024×576 60/72/75/85/100/...

  • Page 161: Specifications

    User’s Guide Specifications Multimedia Projector EMP-7950/7950NL Multimedia Projector EMP-7900/7900NL Product name *Model lineup varies depending on the country. *Model lineup varies depending on the country. 419 (W) × 117 (H) × 325 (D) mm (not including feet) Dimensions Panel size 1.0 inches...

  • Page 162

    User’s Guide Specifications Control (RS-232C) 1 D-Sub 9-pin (male) Remote 1 Stereo mini jack Monitor Out 1 Mini D-sub 15-pin (female) Black Audio Out 1 Stereo mini jack Network – 1 RJ-45 PCMCIA TypeII slot × 1 Card Slot – Supported Memory Cards by Projector's •CompactFlash cards (using a PC card adapter) Card Slot...

  • Page 163: Appearance

    User’s Guide Appearance Centre of lens 63.5* *Distance from center of lens to suspension bracket fixing point 4-M4 × 10 Units: mm...

  • Page 164

    However, there is no guarantee that interference :EPSON AMERICA, INC. will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause Located at...

  • Page 165

    Windows, WindowsNT and VGA are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States. Neither SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION nor its affiliates shall be liable Dolby is registered trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. to the purchaser of this product or third parties for damages, losses, Pixelworks and DNX are trademarks of Pixelworks, Inc.

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