Casio XJ-V100W User Manual

Casio XJ-V100W User Manual

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DATA PROJECTOR
XJ-V Series
XJ-V10X/XJ-V100W/XJ-V110W
XJ-F Series
XJ-F10X/XJ-F20XN*/
XJ-F100W/XJ-F200WN*/
XJ-F210WN*
*Network Models
User's Guide
 In this manual, "XJ-V Series" and "XJ-F Series" refer only to the specific models listed above.
 Be sure to read the "Safety Precautions" and "Operating Precautions" in the "Setup Guide"
document, and make sure you use this product correctly.
 Keep this manual in a safe place for future reference.
 Visit the site below for the latest version of this manual.
http://world.casio.com/manual/projector/
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  • Page 1 DATA PROJECTOR XJ-V Series XJ-V10X/XJ-V100W/XJ-V110W XJ-F Series XJ-F10X/XJ-F20XN*/ XJ-F100W/XJ-F200WN*/ XJ-F210WN* *Network Models User’s Guide  In this manual, “XJ-V Series” and “XJ-F Series” refer only to the specific models listed above.  Be sure to read the “Safety Precautions” and “Operating Precautions” in the “Setup Guide”...
  • Page 2  CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. shall not be held liable for any loss or lost profits due to loss of data due to malfunction or maintenance of this product, or any other reason.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Useful Features and Functions ........7 XJ-V10X/XJ-V100W/XJ-V110W................... 7 XJ-F10X/XJ-F100W ..................... 8 XJ-F20XN/XJ-F200WN/XJ-F210WN (Network Models) ..........9 XJ-V100W/XJ-V110W/XJ-F100W/XJ-F200WN/XJ-F210WN (WXGA Models) .... 9 Getting Ready..............10 Setting Up the Projector...............10 Setup Precautions ..................... 10 Connecting Projector Cables ...............11 Remote Controller ................12 To load remote controller batteries ................
  • Page 4 Using the Presentation Timer (TIMER) ..........23 To display the timer ....................23 To display the timer function menu ................23 To configure timer settings..................24 To start a countdown timer operation ..............24 To pause the timer countdown ................25 To resume a paused timer countdown..............
  • Page 5 File Menu Operations....................49 To toggle the file menu between the list view and icon view ........49 To scroll the file menu ....................49 To open a folder ...................... 49 To exit the current folder and move up to the next level ........... 49 To return to the main screen from the file menu ............
  • Page 6 Appendix ................ 73 Connecting to a Component Video Output..........73 Connecting to a Composite Video Output or S-Video Output (XJ-F Series Only) .................74 Supplying Power to External Equipment (XJ-F Series Only) ....75 Updating Firmware and Transferring a User Logo .......76 To update firmware and transfer a user logo............76 Hanging the Projector from a Ceiling ...........76 Projection Distance and Screen Size ...........77 Aspect Ratio Setting and Projection Image .........78...
  • Page 7: Useful Features And Functions

     No-wait Projection A CASIO hybrid light source reaches maximum brightness immediately after power is turned on, compared with a wait of approximately one minute normally required with a mercury lamp. The light source will even reach maximum brightness immediately if you turn it back on right after you turn it off.
  • Page 8: Xj-F10X/Xj-F100W

     No-wait Projection A CASIO hybrid light source reaches maximum brightness immediately after power is turned on, compared with a wait of approximately one minute normally required with a mercury lamp. The light source will even reach maximum brightness immediately if you turn it back on right after you turn it off.
  • Page 9: Xj-F20Xn/Xj-F200Wn/Xj-F210Wn (Network Models)

    USB port, but no RGB, HDMI, or other type of video output terminal.  Graphic Scientific Function Calculator Connection Certain CASIO graphic scientific calculator models can be connected directly to the projector’s USB-A port for projection of the calculator screen contents.
  • Page 10: Getting Ready

    Getting Ready This section explains how to select a location for the projector, how to connect its cables, and how to perform other operations required before using it. Setting Up the Projector Locate the projector on a desk, table, or stand that is firm and level. Make sure that you allow sufficient space around the sides and back of the projector for proper ventilation.
  • Page 11: Connecting Projector Cables

    With the XJ-F20XN, XJ-F200WN, and XJ-F210WN projectors (network models), a USB flash drive (page 41), a CASIO calculator (page 66), or a separately available wireless adapter (refer to the separate “Network Function Guide”) can be connected to this port as an input source for projection.
  • Page 12: Remote Controller

    Remote Controller Projector operations are performed using the remote controller that comes with it. Point the remote controller signal emitter at one of the signal receivers on the projector as you perform remote controller key operations. The maximum range of the remote controller signal is approximately 5 meters (16.4 feet) (between signal emitter and receiver).
  • Page 13: To Load Remote Controller Batteries

    To load remote controller batteries Important!  Be sure to use alkaline batteries only. RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE. Caution DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS. Open the battery cover on the back Load two new batteries into the of the remote controller.
  • Page 14: Operating The Projector

    USB-A port: image files, movie files, presentation files, PDF files. CASIO USB Tool* Screen contents of a CASIO calculator or electronic dictionary connected to the projector’s USB-A port. Network* Screen contents and audio of a computer connected to the projector via wireless LAN or wired LAN.
  • Page 15: To Select The Input Source

     The message “No signal input” will appear if no input signal can be detected. Note  For more information about the operation required to select “Network”, “USB Display”, “File Viewer”, or “CASIO USB Tool” as the input source and perform projection, refer to the following. Network: Separate Network Function Guide USB Display: “Projecting with the USB Display Function”...
  • Page 16: Output Image Operations

    Output Image Operations To use manual keystone correction (KEYSTONE) Use the [KEYSTONE +] and [KEYSTONE –] keys to adjust keystone correction manually.  The projector has a keystone correction feature that detects when it is at a vertical angle to the screen and performs keystone correction automatically.
  • Page 17: To Momentarily Blank The Image And Mute The Audio (Blank)

    Press the [ASPECT] key to cycle through the aspect ratio settings for the projected image. Available settings depend on your projector model as shown below. XJ-V100W/XJ-V110W/XJ-F100W/XJ-F200WN/XJ-F210WN Pressing the [ASPECT] key will cycle through settings in accordance with the current input source as shown below.
  • Page 18 Description of Each Setting Normal: Projects at the projector’s maximum possible size while maintaining the input signal aspect ratio. Full: Projects at the projector’s maximum possible size by enlarging or reducing the input signal. 16:9: This setting specifies a 16:9 aspect ratio, which is the same as a movie screen, high-definition TV, etc.
  • Page 19: To Adjust Image Brightness (Func)

    To adjust image brightness (FUNC) Press the [FUNC] key. On the menu that appears, select “Brightness” and then press the [ENTER] key. On the brightness adjustment screen that appears, use the [] and [] keys to adjust brightness. To hide the window, press the [ESC] key. Note ...
  • Page 20: Adjusting The Volume Level (Volume)

    Adjusting the Volume Level (VOLUME) Use the procedure below to adjust the volume level of the projector’s speaker output, and output from the AUDIO OUT terminal. If your projector does not have a built-in speaker, only AUDIO OUT terminal output is affected. To adjust the volume level Press the [VOLUME +] or [VOLUME –] key.
  • Page 21: Light Control

    Light Control Light Control lets you adjust the light being output (light source brightness) by the projector. When “On” is selected for “Light Control” on the Setup Menu (initial default setting), light output can be adjusted to one of seven levels. With the XJ-F Series, selecting “On”...
  • Page 22: To Check The Power Saving Level

    To check the power saving level Press the [ ] key.  This displays a light control dialog box. The current power saving level is indicated by leaf ( marks at the top of the dialog box. The more leaf marks there are, the higher the power saving level.
  • Page 23: Using The Presentation Timer (Timer)

    Using the Presentation Timer (TIMER) The presentation timer shows a countdown from a preset time value. You can use it to keep track of how much time has elapsed during your presentation, and to limit a presentation to a preset amount of time.
  • Page 24: To Configure Timer Settings

    To configure timer settings Use the [TIMER] key to display the timer function menu. Use the [] and [] keys to select the “Position”, “Continuous Display”, or “Start Time” setting and then change the settings as described in the table below. To do this: Perform this operation: Select “Position”, and then use the [ ...
  • Page 25: To Pause The Timer Countdown

    To pause the timer countdown Use the [TIMER] key to display the timer function menu. Select “Pause Timer” and then press the [ENTER] key. To resume a paused timer countdown Use the [TIMER] key to display the timer function menu. Select “Restart Timer”...
  • Page 26: Using The Setup Menu (Menu)

    Using the Setup Menu (MENU) Pressing the [MENU] key displays the Setup Menu shown below on the projection screen. You can use this menu to adjust projected image brightness, contrast, and other settings, and to change projector settings. Menu Item Menu Items (Sub-menu) (Main Menu)
  • Page 27: Setup Menu Settings

    R: RGB input, C: Component input, V: S-video input* or Video input* , H: HDMI (PC) input, D: HDMI (DTV) input, F: File Viewer* , T: CASIO USB Tool* , N: Network* , U: USB Display* *1 XJ-F Series projectors only *2 Network model projectors only ...
  • Page 28 Use this menu item: To do this: Image Adjustment 2 Adjust the overscan amount for an input video signal within the range of 0% to 5%*. Overscan (CVD) The size of the border area displayed on the projection screen depends on the setting value.
  • Page 29 Use this menu item: To do this: Input Settings Specify the method to be used to identify the VIDEO terminal input signal. Video Signal (V) Auto*: Projector automatically identifies the video input signal. Input Settings NTSC, NTSC4.43, PAL, PAL-M, PAL-N, PAL60, SECAM: S-Video Signal (V) Always assumes the video input signal is the specified video signal type.
  • Page 30 Use this menu item: To do this: Option Settings 2 Use this sub-menu to specify whether audio input from the input sources below Audio Out should be output to the speaker (Speaker*) or output to an external destination (Line)*  HDMI ...
  • Page 31 Use this menu item: To do this: Restore All Defaults Initialize all Setup Menu item settings, except for those below. Restore All Defaults Option Settings 1 Language, Option Settings 1 Power On Password, Operational Info Light Time, Operational Info Version, Restore All Defaults Unit Operating Time Note...
  • Page 32: Password Protection

    Replace the remote control batteries as soon as possible after it starts to go low. If you forget your password... If you forget the password, you will need to bring the following two items to your CASIO distributor to have the password cleared. Note that you will be charged to have the password cleared.
  • Page 33: To Change The Password

    To change the password Press the [MENU] key to display the setup menu. Use the [] key to select “Option Settings 1”, and then press the [ENTER] key. Use the [] key to select “Password”, and then press the [ENTER] key. ...
  • Page 34: To Change The Power On Password Setting

    To change the power on password setting Perform steps 1 through 5 under “To change the password” (page 33) and display the Password screen. After confirming that “Power On Password” is selected, use the [] and [] keys to select either the “On” or “Off” setting. ...
  • Page 35: Control Panel Lock (Xj-F Series Only)

    Control Panel Lock (XJ-F Series Only) Control panel lock disables (locks) all of the projectors keys, except for the [ ] key. This limits projector operation to the remote controller, which protects against inadvertent mis-operation. To lock the control panel Press the [MENU] key to display the setup menu.
  • Page 36: Projecting From Built-In Memory Or Usb Input (Network Models Only)

    *4 PowerPoint files can be converted using EZ-Converter FA (available from the CASIO website). See “Using EZ-Converter FA to Convert PowerPoint Files to ECA or PtG Files” (page 56).
  • Page 37: Projecting Files Located In Projector Internal Memory

    Projecting Files Located in Projector Internal Memory File Viewer can be used to project the following types of files when they are located in projector internal memory: image files, movie files, presentation files, PDF files. To use the procedure in this section, the file(s) to be projected must first be copied to projector internal memory.
  • Page 38 Click the “Safely Remove Hardware” icon in the task tray (in the lower right corner of the screen). On the menu that appears, select “CASIO USB Display Storage”. Check to make sure that a “Safe To Remove Hardware” message appears.
  • Page 39: Starting Projection Of Files Located In Projector Internal Memory

    Starting Projection of Files Located in Projector Internal Memory If a USB flash drive or some other USB device is connected to the projector’s USB-A port, disconnect it. Press the [INPUT] key. This will display the “Input” dialog box. Use the [] and [] keys to select “Viewer” and then press the [ENTER] key. On the dialog box that appears, confirm that “File Viewer”...
  • Page 40: To Format Projector Internal Memory (Windows Users Only)

    To format projector internal memory (Windows users only) Never format projector internal memory from a computer running Mac OS. Caution Doing so can disable the projector’s USB functions. Important!  Performing the procedure below will delete all of the folders and files currently in the projector internal memory.
  • Page 41: Projecting Files From A Memory Device Connected By Usb

    Projecting Files from a Memory Device Connected by USB Use the procedures in this section when you want to use File Viewer to project image files, movie files, presentation files, or PDF files from a USB flash drive or other memory device. Supported Memory Devices The Data Projector’s USB-A port supports connection of a FAT/FAT32 format memory device supported by the USB interface.
  • Page 42: To Connect A Digital Camera To The Projector

    To connect a digital camera to the projector If necessary, configure the digital camera’s USB mass storage class setting. Turn off the digital camera and connect a USB cable to it. Connect the other end of the USB cable (Type A connector) to the Data Projector’s USB-A port.
  • Page 43 Depending on the type of file you want to project, perform one of the operations below. To project this type of file: Perform this operation: Presentation File Use the [] and [] keys to select “Presentation” and then press the [ENTER] key.
  • Page 44 Drive Menu Entering the Presentation Mode, PDF Viewer Mode, Slide Mode, or Movie Mode while there are multiple memory devices connected to the Data Projector’s USB-A port (multiple USB flash drive devices connected via a USB hub, multiple memory cards loaded in the memory card reader connected to the Data Projector, etc.) will cause a menu like the one shown below to appear on the projection screen.
  • Page 45: Projecting Files

    Projecting Files This section explains procedures you can project each type of file using File Viewer. To project a presentation file On the File Viewer main screen, select “Presentation” and then press the [ENTER] key.  This displays a menu of presentation (ECA or PtG) files. Use the [] and [] keys to select the presentation file you want to play and then press the [ENTER] key (or [ ] key).
  • Page 46: To Project A Pdf File

    To project a PDF file On the File Viewer main screen, select “PDF Viewer” and then press the [ENTER] key.  This displays a list of PDF files. Use the [] and [] keys to select the PDF file you want to open and then press the [ENTER] key (or [ ] key).
  • Page 47: To Project An Image File

    To project an image file On the File Viewer main screen, select “Slide” and then press the [ENTER] key.  This displays a list of image files. Use the [] and [] keys to select image file you want to open and then press the [ENTER] key.
  • Page 48 Perform fast forward, fast reverse, pause, and other operations as required.  The operations described below are supported during movie file playback. To do this: Perform this operation: Pause and resume movie playback Press the [ENTER] or [ ] key. ...
  • Page 49: File Menu Operations

    File Menu Operations There are two different views for the File Viewer file menu: a list view and an icon view. List View This view shows a list of names of folders and files in the projector internal memory, or on memory device connected to the projector’s USB port.
  • Page 50: Configuring File Viewer Settings

    Configuring File Viewer Settings This section explains how to configure File Viewer settings, including those that control what appears on the File Viewer file menu. To configure File Viewer settings On the File Viewer main screen, select “Viewer Settings” and then press the [ENTER] key.
  • Page 51 File Viewer Setting Items The initial default setting for each item is indicated by an asterisk (*). Setting Name Description Display Sequence Specifies the sequence of images in the file menu. Setup < File Names (Ascending) >*: Displays files in file name ascending order. <...
  • Page 52: Autorun

    Autorun Autorun lets you configure the projector for automatic projection of image files or a movie file located in a special folder named “AUTORUNC”. When auto projection is performed depends on where the “AUTORUNC” folder is located. When AUTORUNC is located here: Autorun is performed at this time: Internal memory When the projector is turned on while there is nothing...
  • Page 53: To Auto Project Images Files Or A Movie File From Projector Internal Memory

    To auto project images files or a movie file from projector internal memory Perform steps 1 through 8 under “To copy files from a computer to projector internal memory” (page 37). Create a folder named “AUTORUNC” (all single-byte upper-case characters) in the root directory of the “InternalMem”...
  • Page 54: File Viewer Troubleshooting

    File Viewer Troubleshooting Problem Cause and Required Action  The USB flash drive you are connecting may have a format that cannot be File Viewer does not appear when I connect USB flash drive to the recognized by the Data Projector. Connect the USB flash drive to your Data Projector’s USB-A port.
  • Page 55: File Viewer Error Messages

    File Viewer Error Messages Problem Cause and Required Action Folder does not contain any image There is no displayable folder, or file in the folder you are trying to access with files. the File Viewer. Use your computer to check the contents of the folder. For details about file formats supported for Data Projector playback, see “Supported Playback Files”...
  • Page 56: Using Ez-Converter Fa To Convert Powerpoint Files To Eca Or Ptg Files

    Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003, 2007 and 2010. Important!  Before trying to use EZ-Converter FA, be sure to go to the CASIO website (http://www.casio-intl.com/support/) and check the information there about minimum computer system requirements, and conditions governing download and use.
  • Page 57: To Convert A Powerpoint File To An Eca File Or Ptg File

    To convert a PowerPoint file to an ECA file or PtG file Important!  Before performing any of the operations here, you will need to have a file created using Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003, 2007 or 2010 on hand.  Conversion of a PowerPoint file to an ECA file or PtG file requires playback of the original file from beginning to end.
  • Page 58 Configure the settings as required on the dialog box.  The following describes the meanings and settings of each of the items that appear on the dialog box. Dialog Box Item Description Input File Shows the name of the PowerPoint file selected in step 6. The setting of this item cannot be changed.
  • Page 59: To Specify The Screen Resolution Of The Eca File Or Ptg File

    To specify the screen resolution of the ECA file or PtG file Right-click the left side of the EZ-Converter FA window. On the menu that appears, click “Output Resolution”. On the sub-menu that appears, select the resolution you want.  Select 1280 × 800 or 1280 × 768. If you cannot select the 1280 × 800 or 1280 × 768 resolution, select 1024 ×...
  • Page 60 Select the ECA file or PtG file you want to play back and then click the [Open] button.  This will display a control panel at the top of the screen. Control panel  During file playback, you can use the control panel buttons to perform the operations described below.
  • Page 61: Projecting With The Usb Display Function

    Windows 10, or Mac OS (10.6, 10.7, 10.8, 10.9) Note, however, that functions may be limited by the operating system being used. For the latest information about operating environments, visit the CASIO website.  USB Type A port (USB 2.0 or USB 3.0) equipped.
  • Page 62: To Project Windows Computer Screen Contents Over A Usb Connection For The First Time

    Note  If CASIO USB Display does not start up automatically, use Explorer to navigate to the “USB_DISPLAY” drive. Right-click the drive and then click “Auto Play” on the menu that appears.
  • Page 63: To Project Mac Os Computer Screen Contents Over A Usb Connection For The First Time

    Add-on Driver Software for Mac OS With Mac OS, use of some parts of the CASIO USB Display requires installation of the driver software shown in the table below. The driver software is the same as that used for Network Connection. You can download it from the Network Connection download page at the CASIO website (http://www.casio-intl.com/support/).
  • Page 64 Supported Operations during Projection over a USB connection The operations described in the table below are supported on the CASIO USB Display window during projection. To do this: Perform this operation: Start (resume) computer screen projection Click Freeze computer screen projection...
  • Page 65: To Project Computer Screen Contents Over A Usb Connection After The First Time

     This will cause the “USB Display” standby screen to be projected. Use a USB cable to connect the projector’s USB-B port to your computer’s USB port.  The CASIO USB Display will startup automatically on the computer and start projection of the computer screen contents. Note ...
  • Page 66: Projecting The Screen Image Of A Graphing Calculator

    Projecting the Screen Image of a Graphing Calculator You can connect a CASIO graphing calculator to the Data Projector using a USB cable and project the calculator’s screen image with the Data Projector. USB connection of the following CASIO graphing calculators is supported.
  • Page 67: Cleaning The Projector

    Cleaning the Projector Make it a habit to clean the projector at regular intervals as described in this section. Before cleaning the projector, be sure to unplug it from the power outlet and make sure it is cooled down completely. Cleaning the Projector Exterior Wipe the exterior of the projector with a soft cloth that has been moistened in a weak solution of water and a mild neutral detergent.
  • Page 68: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Indicators The POWER/STANDBY indicator and STATUS indicator change to show the current status of the projector as described in the tables below. POWER/STANDBY indicator When the indicator is doing this: It means this about the projector: Lit red Connected to a power source, but turned off (standby mode) Flashing green Warming up after being turned on Lit green...
  • Page 69: Error Indicators And Warning Messages

    If there is no problem with the projector’s vents, confirm that the POWER/ STANDBY indicator is lit red (without flashing), and then turn power back on again. If the error occurs again when you turn power back on, contact your retailer or nearest authorized CASIO Service Center. POWER : Red steady Power has turned off automatically due to a fan problem.
  • Page 70: Projector Troubleshooting

    Message : – If the error occurs again when you turn power back on, contact your retailer or nearest authorized CASIO Service Center. POWER : Red steady Power has turned off automatically due to a projector memory error.
  • Page 71 [BLANK] key or [ESC] key to turn it back on. For more information, see “To momentarily blank the image and mute the audio (BLANK)” (page 17).  The light source unit has reached the end of its service life or it is malfunctioning. Contact your original dealer or authorized CASIO service center for replacement.
  • Page 72 However, malfunction may be indicated if successive restarts keep occurring. If this happens contact your original dealer or authorized CASIO service center. Important!  Try performing the following steps, which may or may not return the projector to normal operation.
  • Page 73: Appendix

    Appendix Connecting to a Component Video Output This section explains how to establish a component video connection between the projector and a video device.  Component video output terminals come in 3-terminal sets: Y·Cb·Cr or Y·Pb·Pr. Be sure to match the colors of the plugs on a component video cable with the colors of the terminals (Green: Y;...
  • Page 74: Connecting To A Composite Video Output Or S-Video Output (Xj-F Series Only)

    XJ-F Series Projector Video device COMPUTER terminal AUDIO IN terminal To audio output terminals To component video output terminals White Stereo mini plug  Pin plug type audio cable (commercially available) Component video cable (commercially available) Connecting to a Composite Video Output or S-Video Output (XJ-F Series Only) Projector Video device...
  • Page 75: Supplying Power To External Equipment (Xj-F Series Only)

    CASIO projector website.  Though power up to 5V DC 2A can be supplied to other devices not included on the CASIO website, note that doing so may make some functions unavailable on some devices. Before using output from this port to power another device, be sure to check the user documentation of the device and make sure you connect it correctly.
  • Page 76: Updating Firmware And Transferring A User Logo

    For details about these operations, refer to the “Projector Firmware Update Guide” and “User Logo Transfer Guide”, which are available for download from the CASIO projector website. To update firmware and transfer a user logo Use a commercially available USB cable to connect the projector’s SERVICE port (XJ-V Series...
  • Page 77: Projection Distance And Screen Size

     The projection distance values below are for reference when setting up the projector.  “h” in the illustration and table indicates the distance between the center of the projector lens and the bottom edge of the projection screen. Approximate Projection Distance Projection Size XJ-V100W/XJ-V110W/XJ-F100W/ XJ-V10X/XJ-F10X/XJ-F20XN XJ-F200WN/XJ-F210WN Minimum Maximum...
  • Page 78: Aspect Ratio Setting And Projection Image

    Aspect Ratio Setting and Projection Image The following shows how images are projected in accordance with the type of the input signal and the aspect ratio setting of the projector. XJ-V100W/XJ-V110W/XJ-F100W/XJ-F200WN/XJ-F210WN Input source: RGB or HDMI(PC) Input Signal Normal Full...
  • Page 79 XJ-V10X/XJ-F10X/XJ-F20XN Input source: RGB or HDMI(PC) Input Signal Normal Full 16:9 16:10 SVGA (800 × 600) XGA (1024 × 768) WXGA (1280 × 800) SXGA (1280 × 1024) Input source: Video*, S-Video*, Component or HDMI(DTV) Input Signal Normal 16:9 16:10 4:3 Aspect Image Squeezed Image Letter Box Image...
  • Page 80: Supported Signals

    Supported Signals Important!  Even if a signal is listed in the table below, it does not guarantee that you will be able to display its images correctly. RGB Signal Horizontal Frequency Vertical Frequency Signal Name Resolution (kHz) (Hz) VESA 640 ×...
  • Page 81: Component Signal

    Component Signal Signal Name Horizontal Frequency (kHz) Vertical Frequency (Hz) HDTV 1080p/50 56.3 1080p/60 67.5 720p/50 37.5 720p/60 45.0 1080i/50 28.1 1080i/60 33.7 SDTV 576p/50 31.3 576i/50 16.6 480p/60 31.5 480i/60 15.7 Video Signal (XJ-F Series only) Signal Name Horizontal Frequency (kHz) Vertical Frequency (Hz) NTSC 15.7...
  • Page 82: Projector Rs-232C Control

    Projector RS-232C Control When there is a serial connection between the projector and a computer, you can control the projector using RS-232C commands sent from the computer. To establish a serial connection between the projector and a computer Connect the projector and computer as shown in the illustration below. XJ-V Series Projector Computer...
  • Page 83 Using Control Commands This section explains the commands that are used to control the projector from a computer. Command Send Format Configure your computer’s serial port with the following settings. Data Rate 19200 bps Data Bit 8 bit Communication Protocol Parity None Stop Bit...
  • Page 84 11: Switches the input source to “File Viewer”. 12: Switches the input source to “USB Display”. 13: Switches the input source to “CASIO USB Tool”. 14: Switches the input source to “HDMI2”. Settings 2, 9, and 14 are valid for XJ-F Series projectors only.
  • Page 85 Command Function Settings Name Light Control: 0: Bright, 1: Normal Configures the Light Control settings and Light Control Off 2: Light Sensor On Mode settings. Setting 2 is valid for XJ-F Series projectors 3: Light Output 7 only. 4: Light Output 6 5: Light Output 5 6: Light Output 4 7: Light Output 3...
  • Page 86 Command Function Settings Name Volume +/–: Raises or lowers the current volume setting by 1. +: VLP 0 to 30 –: VLM Mute: Switches mute on or off. 0: Off, 1: On Microphone Input Level: 0 to 3 Adjusts the volume level of audio input from the MIC terminal.
  • Page 87 This Software is open source code. Anyone who wishes to view the open source code can do so by downloading it from the CASIO Projector download site. Whenever copying, modifying, or distributing This Software, be sure to do so in accordance with the terms and conditions of the GPL and LGPL.
  • Page 88 GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE Version 2, June 1991 Copyright (C) 1989, 1991 Free Software Foundation, Inc. 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301, USA Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies of this license document, but changing it is not allowed. Preamble The licenses for most software are designed to take away your freedom to share and change it.
  • Page 89 TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR COPYING, DISTRIBUTION AND MODIFICATION 0. This License applies to any program or other work which contains a notice placed by the copyright holder saying it may be distributed under the terms of this General Public License. The “Program”, below, refers to any such program or work, and a “work based on the Program”...
  • Page 90 These requirements apply to the modified work as a whole. If identifiable sections of that work are not derived from the Program, and can be reasonably considered independent and separate works in themselves, then this License, and its terms, do not apply to those sections when you distribute them as separate works.
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  • Page 97 d) If a facility in the modified Library refers to a function or a table of data to be supplied by an application program that uses the facility, other than as an argument passed when the facility is invoked, then you must make a good faith effort to ensure that, in the event an application does not supply such function or table, the facility still operates, and performs whatever part of its purpose remains meaningful.
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  • Page 101 END OF TERMS AND CONDITIONS How to Apply These Terms to Your New Libraries If you develop a new library, and you want it to be of the greatest possible use to the public, we recommend making it free software that everyone can redistribute and change. You can do so by permitting redistribution under these terms (or, alternatively, under the terms of the ordinary General Public License).
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