Preparing and using the remote control (Continued)
Switching operation modes
Operation modes should be switched between projector operation and computer operation.
Switching the remote control operation mode.
Pressing this button toggles the mode.
When this button is lit, the remote control is in [PJ Mode]
(Projector operation mode).
If no operations are made for 30 seconds, this light goes
out, and the remote switches back to [PC Mode] (Computer
[PJ Mode] : Functions as a select button.
[PC Mode] : Functions as a mouse pointer control.
Pressing displays a laser pointer, regardless of the mode.
MENU / ENTER
[PJ Mode] : Ends memory card slide display.
[PC Mode] : Functions as a down button. Used to go
[PJ Mode] : Begins memory card slide display.
AUTO SET FREEZE
[PC Mode] : Functions as an up button. Used to go back on
[PJ Mode] : Functions as a MENU/ENTER button.
[PC Mode] : Functions as the right mouse button (R-CLIK).
Pressing one of these buttons automatically sets the remote
control to [PJ Mode].
If no operations are made for 30 seconds, and the remote
switches back to [PC Mode].
The L-CLICK (left click) button on the back of the remote
control functions when in [PC Mode].
• See page 51 for more information on operating a computer.
• For the remainder of this manual, buttons, including those on the control panel (main unit
side), are referred to as follows:
Selection button ⇒
; MENU/ENTER button ⇒
With the exception of operating a PC with the remote control
used in [PJ Mode].
If no menu is displayed, adjusts volume.
forward on Microsoft
, all buttons are
As shown in the figures below, this device can be placed in 4 different styles.
The factory setting is "floor-mounted front projection." Set the placement style in the
default setting menu
, in accordance with your needs.
Floor-mounted front projection
Ceiling-mounted front projection
• Always obey the instructions listed in IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS when
placing the unit.
• If you wish to mount the projector on the ceiling, be sure to ask your dealer to do so.
Mounting the projector on a ceiling requires special ceiling brackets (sold separately)
and specialized knowledge. Improper mounting could cause the projector to fall,
resulting in an accident.
Projection Distance and Screen Size
Use the figures, table, and formula below to determine the screen size and projection
distance. (Screen sizes are approximate values for full-size picture and no keystone
As seen from above
As seen from the side
R - AUDIO - L
a is the distance (m) between the lens and
the screen, and corresponds to a range of
1.50 m to 11.74 m.
Floor-mounted rear projection
R - AUDIO - L
Ceiling-mounted rear projection
projection size (inches) – 1.7971
a (min length) =
projection size (inches) – 1.4258
a (max length) =
projection distance a(m)