Casio XJ-UT312WN User Manual

Casio XJ-UT312WN User Manual

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DATA PROJECTOR
XJ-UT Series
XJ-UT312WN*/
XJ-UT352W/XJ-UT352WN*
XJ-F Series
XJ-F11X/XJ-F21XN*/
XJ-F101W/XJ-F211WN*
*Network Models
User's Guide
 In this manual, "XJ-UT Series" and "XJ-F Series" refer only to the specific models listed above.
 Be sure to read the "Safety Precautions" and "Operating Precautions" 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.
https://world.casio.com/manual/projector/
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  • Page 1 DATA PROJECTOR XJ-UT Series XJ-UT312WN*/ XJ-UT352W/XJ-UT352WN* XJ-F Series XJ-F11X/XJ-F21XN*/ XJ-F101W/XJ-F211WN* *Network Models User’s Guide  In this manual, “XJ-UT Series” and “XJ-F Series” refer only to the specific models listed above.  Be sure to read the “Safety Precautions” and “Operating Precautions” and make sure you use this product correctly.
  • 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 Safety Precautions............7 Operating Precautions..........13 About the Light Source Unit ..............13 Projector Light Emission (XJ-UT Series) ..........13 Do not block light output or look directly into the lens! (XJ-F Series) ..................14 Laser and High Temperature Precautions (See the label on the projector) ....................15 Other Precautions ................17 Precaution when Handling the Projector after Use ......19...
  • Page 4 Cover Included with the YW-41 Wireless Adapter .......34 Attaching and Removing the Cable Cover (XJ-UT Series) ....35 Remote Controller ................36 Operating the Projector..........37 Turning the Projector On or Off ............37 To turn on the projector ................... 37 To turn off the projector ................... 37 Direct Power On ......................
  • Page 5 Using the Presentation Timer (TIMER) ..........54 To display the timer ....................54 To display the timer function menu ................54 To configure timer settings..................54 Timer Operations ..................... 55 Using the Setup Menu (MENU) ............56 Setup Menu Settings ....................56 Using a Password ................63 Configuring Password Settings ................
  • Page 6 Specifications ..............83 All Series....................83 XJ-UT Series ..................84 XJ-F Series ...................85 TCO Certified Document URL........86...
  • Page 7: Safety Precautions

    Safety Precautions Thank you for selecting this CASIO product. Be sure to read these “Safety Precautions” before trying to use it. After reading this User’s Guide, keep it in a safe place for future reference. About safety symbols Various symbols are used in this User’s Guide and on the product itself to ensure safe use, and to protect you and others against the risk of injury and against material damage.
  • Page 8 Turn off power. Unplug the power plug from the power outlet.  Do not touch the plug with wet hands. Contact your original retailer or a CASIO Doing so creates the risk of electric Service Center. shock.
  • Page 9 Contact your original dealer or authorized a blanket, etc. CASIO service center. • Do not use the product while it is on a carpet, blanket, towel, or other soft material, or on a seat with soft covering.
  • Page 10 • Areas subjected to large amounts of moisture adjustment, and repair up to your and dust original dealer or authorized CASIO • Food preparation areas, near a humidifier, or service center. in areas where the product is exposed to oil...
  • Page 11  Do not use the product in the vicinity YW-41 wireless adapter of high-precision electronic equipment  Keep the wireless adaptor out of the or any electronic equipment that reach of small children. handles weak signals. Accidental swallowing of the wireless Doing so can cause misoperation and adaptor creates the risk of suffocation other problems in the electronic...
  • Page 12 Contact your original dealer or authorized CASIO service center once a year about having the interior of the projector Battery Precautions cleaned. Note that you will be charged for cleaning.
  • Page 13: Operating Precautions

     The failure of the light source unit to light or a noticeable drop in light source unit brightness indicates the end of the light source unit’s life. Contact your original dealer or authorized CASIO service center for replacement. Note that problems caused by unauthorized projector disassembly or modification are not covered by the warranty and are not eligible for repair by CASIO.
  • Page 14: Do Not Block Light Output Or Look Directly Into The Lens! (Xj-F Series)

    Do not block light output or look directly into the lens! (XJ-F Series) • Never block light output while the light is on. • Never look directly into the lens while the light is on. Particular care is required when children are present.
  • Page 15: Laser And High Temperature Precautions (See The Label On The Projector)

    Laser and High Temperature Precautions (See the label on the projector)   Laser Precautions (Label , Label  Non- U.S. Label : This projector is a Class 1 laser device that conforms to IEC 60825-1: 2014.  U.S. Label : This projector is a Class 2 laser device that conforms to IEC 60825-1: 2007.
  • Page 16  XJ-F Series  Label Bottom  Label XJ-OOO XXXXXXXXXX-XXXXXX Production Date: YYYY/MM Rear  Label...
  • Page 17: Other Precautions

    Other Precautions This projector is made of precision components. Failure to observe the following precautions can result in inability to correctly save data and malfunction.  Never use or store the projector in the following locations. Doing so creates the risk of malfunction of and damage to the projector.
  • Page 18 Make it a habit to frequently save data on external equipment being powered by the projector. Note that CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. shall be held in no way liable for any loss or corruption of data.  Disposing of batteries Make sure that you dispose of used batteries in accordance with the rules and regulations in your local area.
  • Page 19: Precaution When Handling The Projector After Use

    Precaution when Handling the Projector after Use The projector’s exhaust vents and the area around the vents become very hot during operation, and will still be hot immediately after turning off the projector. When moving the projector, be sure to first turn off power and unplug its power cord from the power outlet.
  • Page 20: Getting Ready

     Wireless remote controller YT-161  Test Batteries (AAA-size × 2)  AC Power Cord  Cable cover (XJ-UT Series only)  Wireless adapter YW-41 (XJ-UT312WN only)  “Where to find the User’s Guide” sheet  Warranty Operation Flow to Projection This section explains the operational flow up to the point that projection is started.
  • Page 21 Use the [INPUT] key to select the input source.  “Selecting an Input Source (INPUT)” (page 38) To adjust the projected image size, rotate the zoom ring (XJ-F Series). Focus the image.  XJ-UT Series: Slide the focus lever (page 22) upwards or downwards. ...
  • Page 22: General Guide

    General Guide XJ-UT Series Projection lens Speaker Control panel Remote control signal receiver Exhaust vents (left side) Indicators [P] key Brightness sensor Intake vents Intake vents AC Terminal Security bar Focus lever Terminals Security lock hole* XJ-F Series Key and indicator panel Remote control signal receiver Speaker Exhaust vents...
  • Page 23: Key And Indicator Panel

    Key and Indicator Panel XJ-UT Series  [MENU] key  [ENTER] key  [AUTO] key (XJ-UT Series)  [INPUT] key [ON/Stand-by P] key   [ESC] key  Cursor keys (q/w/U/I)  Brightness sensor  TEMP indicator (XJ-UT Series)  LIGHT indicator (XJ-UT Series) ...
  • Page 24: Back Terminals

    HDMI 1 terminal  HDMI 1 terminal  COMPUTER IN terminal (XJ-UT352W / XJ-UT352WN)  USB-A/DC 5V port HDMI terminal (XJ-UT312WN) (XJ-F21XN / XJ-F211WN)  COMPUTER IN 1 terminal DC 5V terminal  COMPUTER IN 2 terminal (XJ-F11X / XJ-F101W) ...
  • Page 25: Placing The Projector On A Desk Or On The Floor

    Placing the Projector on a Desk or on the Floor 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. The illustrations below show how the projector should be oriented relative to the screen for optimum projection.
  • Page 26: Setup Precautions

    XJ-F Series  Lift up the front of the projector and press the release button. This causes the front foot to drop from the bottom of the projector.  While holding down the release button, raise and lower the front of the projector. When the front foot is the height you want, release the release button.
  • Page 27: Connecting With Another Device

    With this type of connection, the video signal and audio signal from a computer are input simultaneously using a single cable. Projector Terminal Connection Cable Computer Terminal  HDMI cable HDMI 2 HDMI Out terminal  HDMI 1* HDMI Type A  *1 An XJ-UT312WN model has a HDMI terminal only.
  • Page 28: Connecting To A Video Device

    With this type of connection, the video signal and audio signal from the video device are input simultaneously using a single cable. Projector Terminal Connection Cable Video Device Terminal HDMI cable  HDMI 2 HDMI Out terminal  HDMI 1* HDMI Type A  *1 An XJ-UT312WN model has a HDMI terminal only.
  • Page 29 Component Video Connection Video device component video output terminals are grouped as a set of three: Y, Cb, Cr or Y, Pb, Pr. Connect the component video cable so the colors of its three plugs match the colors of the terminals (green for Y, blue for Cb or Pb, red for Cr or Pr).
  • Page 30: Outputting Audio From The Projector To Another Device

    Outputting Audio from the Projector to Another Device You can output audio to an amp speaker or another device instead of using the projector’s built-in speaker. AUDIO OUT terminal AUDIO OUT terminal XJ-UT Series XJ-F Series Under initial projector default settings, audio is output from the projector’s built-in speaker. To output audio using another device, connect as shown below and then change the Setup Menu “Option Settings 2 3 Audio Out”...
  • Page 31: Connecting A Microphone (Xj-Ut Series, Xj-F21Xn, Xj-F211Wn)

    Use a 100BASE-TX or 10BASE-T standard Category 5 or higher LAN cable for connection. Use of a shielded (STP) cable is recommended. LAN terminal LAN terminal XJ-UT312WN, XJ-UT352WN XJ-F21XN, XJ-F211WN Projector Terminal Connection Cable...
  • Page 32: Connecting A Wireless Adapter (Network Models Only)

    USB cable LOGO USB port USB Micro B For information about operations after connection, refer to the documentation below, which is available from the CASIO website. Firmware updates : Projector Firmware Update Guide User logo transfers : User Logo Transfer Guide...
  • Page 33: Connecting A Scientific Calculator (Network Models Only)

    USB Type A Type B mini Important!  To project the screen image of a scientific calculator, select “CASIO USB Tool” as the projector’s input source. For information about how to do this, see “Changing the Input Source Manually” (page 41).
  • Page 34: Usb Power

    USB Power You can use the projector to supply USB power to another device. See “Supplying USB Power to Another Device” (page 72). Cover Included with the YW-41 Wireless Adapter The YW-41* wireless adapter comes with an anti-theft cover that can be installed on an XJ-F Series model.
  • Page 35: Attaching And Removing The Cable Cover (Xj-Ut Series)

    Attaching and Removing the Cable Cover (XJ-UT Series) Before attaching or removing the cable cover, turn off the projector and unplug its power plug from the power outlet. After turning off the projector, wait for a while to allow it to cool. To attach the cable cover To remove the cable cover Turn the projector over and insert...
  • Page 36: 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 37: Operating The Projector

    Operating the Projector Unless specifically noted otherwise, the operations in this section are performed using the remote controller. If both the projector and the remote controller have the same key, either one can be used to perform the corresponding operation. Turning the Projector On or Off This section explains how to turn projector power on and off, and provides information about power- related settings.
  • Page 38: Auto Power Off

    HDMI (1/2)* Projects the HDMI(PC) signal of a computer or HDMI(DTV) of a video device connected to a projector HDMI(1/2) terminal.* CASIO USB Tool* Projects the screen image of a scientific calculator (page 33). Network* Projects the image a computer connected to the projector over a network. For details, see the separate “Network Function Guide”.
  • Page 39: Using Auto Input Search

    When the projector is turned on, it will perform an auto input search operation when either of the conditions described below exists.  When the input source being projected the last time the projector was turned off was CASIO USB Tool, Network, or Templates.
  • Page 40: Auto Input Search Sequence

    XJ-UT Series ■ XJ-UT352W Computer1 Computer2 Video HDMI1 HDMI2 ■ XJ-UT352WN Computer1 Computer2 Video HDMI1 HDMI2 Templates Network CASIO USB Tool ■ XJ-UT312WN Computer1 Computer2 Video HDMI Templates Network CASIO USB Tool XJ-F Series ■ XJ-F11X, XJ-F101W Computer Video HDMI1 HDMI2 ■...
  • Page 41: Changing The Input Source Manually

    COMPUTER IN (1/2)* AUDIO IN (1/2)* Video VIDEO AUDIO IN R/L HDMI (1/2)* HDMI (1/2)* HDMI (1/2)* CASIO USB Tool* USB-A (1/2)* AUDIO IN 1 (May be AUDIO IN, depending on the model.) Network* USB-A (1/2)* or LAN USB-A (1/2)*...
  • Page 42 Changing the Audio Input Though the image input terminal of each input source is fixed, audio input terminal assignments can be changed by you as desired. To do this: Perform this operation: Change the audio input for a 1. Press the [MENU] key to display the Setup Menu. 2.
  • Page 43: Using Auto Projection Off

    Using Auto Projection Off Auto Projection Off automatically turns off the projection light approximately 10 seconds* after the input signal from an input source is lost during projection. The light will turn back on if the input signal from the original input source is restored within 20 minutes* after the light is turned off.
  • Page 44: Enabling And Disabling Auto Projection Off

    Enabling and Disabling Auto Projection Off Auto Projection Off is disabled (Off) under initial projector default settings. To enable Auto Projection Off, change “Screen Settings 3 Auto Projection Off” (page 58) on the Setup Menu to “Enable”. Auto Projection Off Projection Light Control Projection Light Off Conditions If the image input signal from the input source device to the projector is lost for some reason while projection is being performed, the no signal screen (page 58) or the network standby screen* appears...
  • Page 45: Basic Image And Audio Operations During Projection

    Basic Image and Audio Operations During Projection To end the operations below, press the [ESC] key. To do this: Perform this operation: ■ XJ-UT Series 1. While there is no menu or dialog box displayed on the projection screen, press the Correct vertical and projector [] or [] key, or the remote controller [KEYSTONE +] or [KEYSTONE –] horizontal keystoning...
  • Page 46 (ASPECT) shown below. For the meaning of each setting, see “Aspect Ratio Setting Details” (page 47).  Input source: RGB, HDMI(PC), CASIO USB Tool, Network or Templates “Normal” 3 “Full” 3 “16:9” 3 “4:3” 3 “True” WXGA models “Normal” 3 “Full” 3 “16:9” 3 “16:10”...
  • Page 47: Flipping The Projected Image Horizontally (Mirror Mode)

    Aspect Ratio Setting Details 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. Using this setting when the input signal is a 16:9 image that has been squeezed to a 4:3 image causes the image to be displayed with its normal 16:9 aspect ratio.
  • Page 48: Light Control

    Light Control Light Control lets you adjust the light being output (light source brightness) by the projector. When “On” is selected for “Option Settings 1 3 Light Control 3 Light Control” (page 60) on the Setup Menu (initial default setting), light output can be adjusted to one of seven levels. To do this: Perform this operation: Adjust light output...
  • Page 49: Digital Screen Shift

    Digital Screen Shift You can use the procedures in this section to reduce the size of the projected image while maintaining its aspect ratio and to shift the projection image vertically or horizontally, without physically moving the projector. To do this: Perform this operation: Adjust the projection 1.
  • Page 50: To Change The Template Type (Xj-Ut352W, Xj-F11X, Xj-F101W)

    To stop template projection, change to another input source or turn off the projector.  If you turn off the projector while a template is being projected, the same template will be projected again when you turn power back on. Note ...
  • Page 51: Test Pattern Projection

    Test Pattern Projection You can use the operations below to have the projector project a “No Signal Screen” (page 58) or a “Blank Screen” (page 58) as a test pattern. Use the test pattern when adjusting the parameters of the projection screen (position, size, keystone correction, focus, aspect ratio, Digital Screen Shift, etc.) The test pattern also comes in handy when making fine adjustments after mounting the projector on a wall.
  • Page 52: Configuring Remote Control Id And Projector Id Settings

    Configuring Remote Control ID and Projector ID Settings The remote control ID and projector ID are numbers from 1 to 4. If the two IDs match, you will be able to perform all projector operations from the remote controller. This function helps to avoid remote control conflicts when there are multiple projectors (up to four) in the same area.
  • Page 53 Countdown Timer and Remote Controller Keys The four buttons underneath the countdown timer correspond to remote controller buttons as shown below. Countdown Timer Operations The operations below can be performed while the countdown timer is shown. To do this: Perform this operation: Specify the countdown 1.
  • Page 54: Using The Presentation Timer (Timer)

    Using the Presentation Timer (TIMER) The presentation time shows the time remaining for a presentation. Under initial default settings, the presentation timer is displayed discreetly in the lower right corner of the projection screen. Important!  To use the presentation timer, change “Option Settings 2 3 Timer Type” (page 61) on the Setup Menu to “Presentation”.
  • Page 55: Timer Operations

    Timer Operations Perform all of the operations below while the timer function menu (page 54) is displayed. To do this: Perform this operation: Start a countdown timer Select “Start Timer” and then press the [ENTER] key.  This will close the timer function menu and start the timer countdown. operation ...
  • Page 56: Using The Setup Menu (Menu)

    The letters indicate the input source(s) where the menu item is available. R: RGB input, C: Component input, V: Video input, H: HDMI (PC) input, D: HDMI (DTV) input, T: CASIO USB Tool* , N: Network* *1 Network model projectors only ...
  • Page 57 Use this menu item: To do this: Image Adjustment 2 3 Adjust the vertical and horizontal positions of the input source image in relation to Vertical Position (RCV) the target screen. Image Adjustment 2 3 Horizontal Position (RCV) Image Adjustment 2 3 Adjust the frequency setting manually.
  • Page 58 Use this menu item: To do this: Screen Settings 3 Specify whether projection will be from the front of the screen or the back of the Projection Mode screen. Front*: Select this option to project from the front of the screen. Rear: Select this option to project from the back of the screen.
  • Page 59 Use this menu item: To do this: Input Settings 3 Specify the method to be used to identify the COMPUTER IN terminal input signal. COMPUTER Terminal Auto*: Signal input to the COMPUTER IN terminal is identified automatically. RGB: Signal input to the COMPUTER IN terminal is always assumed to be an RGB signal.
  • Page 60 Use this menu item: To do this: Option Settings 1 3 Enable or disable the light sensor. Light Control 3 On: Enables automatic adjustment of light output in accordance with surrounding Light Sensor light. Off*: Disables automatic adjustment of light output. Option Settings 1 3 Enable or disable projector light output (light source brightness).
  • Page 61 Use this menu item: To do this: Option Settings 2 3 Disable projector unit key operations. Control Panel Lock See “Control Panel Lock” (page 51) for more information. Option Settings 2 3 Specify output of projector image input to the MONITOR OUT terminal and input Standby RGB/Audio audio to the AUDIO OUT terminal while the projector is in standby (projector off with power being supplied).
  • Page 62 Use this menu item: To do this: Network Settings* Toggle the projector’s wireless LAN function between “Enable”* and “Disable”. Network Settings 3 Wireless LAN Function Network Settings* Specify whether the projector can be turned on via wired LAN while the projector is Network Settings 3 in standby (projector off with power being supplied).
  • Page 63: Using A Password

    Using a Password You can use the procedure in this section to password protect projector operations. You can have only one password assigned to the projector at any time, and the same password is used for operations.  Power On Password Protection Turning on the projector will display a dialog box prompting input of the password.
  • Page 64: Using The Password Feature

    Using the Password Feature Note the following precautions whenever you use the password feature.  The password feature protects against unauthorized use of the projector. Note that it is not an anti- theft measure.  You will need to enter the initial factory default password the first time you use the projector after turning on the password feature.
  • Page 65: 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 66: Troubleshooting

    Amber Amber Amber Amber ■ ■ Standby state: The AC power cord is plugged in and the projector is in standby. XJ-UT312WN/XJ-UT352WN XJ-F21XN/XJ-F211WN Projector is warming up after being turned on. ★ ■ ■ ★ ■ Green Amber...
  • Page 67: Error Indicators And Messages

    STANDBY indicator, disconnect the power cord from the projector and wait for all of the projector’s indicators to go out. Next, reconnect the power cord and turn projector power back on. If the error occurs again when you turn power back on, contact your retailer or nearest authorized CASIO Service Center.
  • Page 68 (without flashing), disconnect the power cord from the projector and wait for all of the projector’s indicators to go out. Next, reconnect the power cord and turn the projector back on. If the error occurs again when you turn power back on, contact your retailer or nearest authorized CASIO Service Center. Light Source Unit Problems...
  • Page 69: Projector Troubleshooting

    Projector Troubleshooting Check the following items whenever you experience any problem with the projector. Problem Cause and Recommended Action  If the POWER/STANDBY indicator is not lit, the AC power cord is not connected Power does not turn on. correctly. Connect the AC power cord correctly. ...
  • Page 70 [BLANK] or [ESC] key.  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. Power suddenly turns off The projector periodically performs a self-check operation. In rare cases, the result of and the projector restarts.
  • Page 71: Checking The Serial Number And Board Number

    Checking the Serial Number and Board Number Each projector is assigned a unique serial number and board (circuit board) number to identify it. You can find these numbers at the locations shown below. Serial Number The serial number is shown on label affixed to the projector. XXXXXXXXXX-XXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX-XXXXXX Production Date:...
  • Page 72: Appendix

    Incorrect connection creates the risk of explosion, fire, and smoke.  Note that CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. shall be held in no way liable for any loss or corruption of data stored on an external device connected to this projector’s USB port power supply, or for any damage, smoke generation, or fire occurring on the connected device.
  • Page 73: Mounting The Projector On A Wall (Xj-Ut Series)

    Mounting the Projector on a Wall (XJ-UT Series) You can use special wall mounting hardware to mount the projector on a wall. In this configuration, the projector should be mounted with the top of the projector downwards. For full details, contact the retailer where you purchased the projector. Important! ...
  • Page 74: Using The Monitor Out Terminal (Xj-Ut Series)

    Computer1 COMPUTER IN 1 Computer2 COMPUTER IN 2 Video, HDMI1, HDMI2, CASIO USB Tool, The video input signal is output from either Computer1 or Network Computer2, in accordance with the last selected input source (COMPUTER IN 1 terminal or COMPUTER IN 2 terminal).* *1 For example, even if the input source is switched from Computer1 to Video, the MONITOR OUT terminal continues output the video input signal from COMPUTER IN 1.
  • Page 75: Projection Distance And Screen Size

    Projection Distance and Screen Size The projection distance values below are for reference when setting up the projector. XJ-UT Series Projection Size Projection Distance Height from Projector Bottom to (Distance to projector front): Screen Bottom: Screen Diagonal L (cm / inch) h (cm / inch) Size (cm)
  • Page 76 XJ-F Series Approximate Projection Distance Projection Size XJ-F11X/XJ-F21XN XJ-F101W/XJ-F211WN Minimum Maximum Minimum Maximum Screen Diagonal Distance Distance Distance Distance Size (cm) (cm / inch) (m / feet) (m / feet) (m / feet) (m / feet) 0.93 / 3.05 1.38 / 4.53 –...
  • Page 77: 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. WXGA models (1280 × 800) Input source: RGB, HDMI(PC), CASIO USB Tool, Network or Templates Input Signal Normal...
  • Page 78 XGA models (1024 × 768) Input source: RGB, HDMI(PC), CASIO USB Tool, Network or Templates Input Signal Normal Full 16:9 16:10 SVGA (800 × 600) XGA (1024 × 768) WXGA (1280 × 800) SXGA (1280 × 1024) Input source: Video, Component or HDMI(DTV)
  • Page 79: Supported Signals

    Supported Signals RGB (VESA) 640 × 480/60 Component 1080p/50 (HDTV) 640 × 480/72 1080p/60 640 × 480/75 720p/50 640 × 480/85 720p/60 800 × 600/56 1080i/50 800 × 600/60 1080i/60 800 × 600/72 Component 576p/50 (SDTV) 800 × 600/75 576i/50 800 ×...
  • Page 80: Projector Rs-232C Control

    Projector RS-232C Control To control the projector using RS-232C commands from a computer, you need to connect the projector and computer using a commercially available serial cable (cross). Command Send Format Communication Data Rate: 19200 bps, Data Bit: 8 bit, Parity: None, Stop Bit: 1 bit, Flow Control: None Protocol Read Command Send Format...
  • Page 81 0: RGB1, 1: Component 1, 2: Video, 3: RGB2, 4: Component 2 Source: 6: Auto1 (RGB/Component), 7: HDMI1, 8: Network 10: Auto2 (RGB/Component), 13: CASIO USB Tool, 14: HDMI2 15: Templates Selecting the Audio Input 0: AUDIO IN, 1: AUDIO IN 1, 2: AUDIO IN 2, 3: AUDIO IN R L...
  • Page 82 Command Function Settings Name Setup Type* 0: Projection with top of projector upwards, screen in front 1: Projection with top of projector downwards, screen in back 2: Projection with top of projector upwards, screen in back 3: Projection with top of projector downwards, screen in front Auto Power Off 0: Off, 1: 5 minutes, 2: 10 minutes, 3: 15 minutes, 4: 20 minutes 5: 30 minutes...
  • Page 83: Specifications

    3.5 mm stereo mini jack × 1 (XJ-F Series) Audio Output 3.5 mm stereo mini jack × 1 USB Host USB type A×2 (XJ-UT312WN, XJ-UT352WN) USB type A×1 (XJ-F21XN, XJ-F211WN) USB Device Micro-USB type B × 1: For firmware update and logo data registration Control Terminal RS-232C (D-sub 9 pin) ×...
  • Page 84: Xj-Ut Series

    XJ-UT Series Model Name XJ-UT312WN XJ-UT352W XJ-UT352WN Display Chip Chip Size WXGA 0.65 inches (Aspect ratio: 16:10) Number of Pixels 1,024,000 (1280 × 800) Projection Lens Fixed zoom, manual focus F 2.3 / f 4.2 Projected Image Size 50 to 110 inches...
  • Page 85: Xj-F Series

    XJ-F Series Model Name XJ-F11X XJ-F21XN XJ-F101W XJ-F211WN Display Chip Chip Size XGA 0.55 inches WXGA 0.65 inches (Aspect ratio: 4:3) (Aspect ratio: 16:10) Number of Pixels 786,432 (1024 × 768) 1,024,000 (1280 × 800) Projection Lens 1.5X manual zoom, manual focus F 2.31 to 2.73 / f 18.9 to 27.2 Projected Image Size 30 to 300 inches...
  • Page 86: Tco Certified Document Url

    *4 With a network model, the USB Host port also serves as a USB power supply port. *5 For information about configuring the Remote On setting, see “Network Settings 3 Network Settings 3 Remote On” (page 62). *6 Excluding cable cover. Specifications are subject to change without notice. TCO Certified Document URL https://world.casio.com/projector/tco/...
  • Page 87 Connector cable..XJ-UT312WN/XJ-UT352W/XJ-UT352WN/XJ-F11X/XJ-F21XN/XJ-F101W/XJ-F211WN unit to PC Declaration of Conformity Model Number: XJ-UT312WN/XJ-UT352W/XJ-UT352WN/XJ-F11X/XJ-F21XN/XJ-F101W/XJ-F211WN Trade Name: CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. Responsible party: CASIO AMERICA, INC. Address: 570 MT. PLEASANT AVENUE, DOVER, NEW JERSEY 07801 Telephone number: 973-361-5400 This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules, Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
  • Page 88 (including malfunctions due to This Software). (3) For details about the GPL and LGPL that This Software comes under, visit the CASIO website. Manufacturer: CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD.
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