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  • Page 1 Installation Guide...
  • Page 2: About This Installation Guide

    About This Installation Guide Contents of this Guide This guide contains the following information.  Installing an ultra-short throw projector (EB-1485Fi/EB-1480Fi) using the wall mount (ELPMB62)  Installing the Touch Unit (ELPFT01)  Installing the Touch Unit using the touch unit bracket (ELPMB63) ...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Horizontal slide ..... . 28 About This Installation Guide Forward/backward slide ....28 Contents of this Guide .
  • Page 4 Contents Copying saved settings to other projectors . 125 Adjusting the Interactive Pen When Setup Fails ..... . 127 Calibrating the Interactive Pen ..86 Installing Multiple Projectors (Multi- Manual Calibration .
  • Page 5: Introduction

    Introduction Using the Product Safely For your safety, read all the instructions in this guide before using this product. Incorrect handling that ignores instructions in this guide could damage this product or could result in personal injury or property damage. Keep this installation guide at hand for future reference.
  • Page 6: Package Contents

    Introduction Package Contents Confirm that you have all necessary items before beginning installation. Wall mount Main Mount M4 x 12mm Part name End cap Adjustment unit Setting plate Wall plate Wall plate cover Hexagonal axis...
  • Page 7: Accessories

    Introduction Accessories Part Name Application Template sheet Attach this to the wall before attaching the wall plate, and use it to drill neces‐ sary holes. Mini PC plate Attach this to the wall plate when in‐ stalling a mini PC or stick PC. Mini PC belt Secure the PC to the plate when at‐...
  • Page 8: Touch Unit

    Introduction Part Name Application M6 x 20 mm hexagon Secure the setting plate to the wall shoulder head bolt with plate. washer/spring washer (x1) M6 x 20 mm cross recessed head shoulder screws with plastic washers (x3) M3 x 6 mm cross recessed Secure the mini PC plate to the wall head shoulder screws (x4) plate.
  • Page 9: Items To Prepare In Addition To Items Supplied With The Product

    Introduction Part Name Application Infrared deflectors Use these when there is a tray or frame (approx. 28.5 cm) x12 at the bottom of the projection surface. This prevents malfunctions due to laser reflections. Spacers for screw holes x3 Attach them to the screw hole when securing the Touch Unit with screws.
  • Page 10: Control Pad

    Introduction Control Pad Part Name Application Control Pad Power cable Power the Control Pad. (approx. 1.8 m) AC adapter AC adapter holder Secure the AC adapter to the wall. USB cable (approx. 1.8 m) Connects the Control Pad to the com‐ puter.
  • Page 11: Items To Prepare In Addition To Items Supplied With The Product

    Introduction Part Name Application Cover Attach to the front of the pen stand. Spacers for screw holes x3 Attach them to the screw hole when securing the pen stand with screws. Items to prepare in addition to items supplied with the product When securing the pen stand with screws, prepare commercially available M4 x 20 mm screws (x2).
  • Page 12: Installation Work Flow

    Introduction Installation Work Flow We recommend installing the projector and peripheral devices in the following order. Mount projector on wall and adjust the projected image ( p.18) Install the Control Pad ( p.73) Install the pen stand ( p.82) Perform pen calibration ( p.86) Install and adjust touch unit and perform finger touch calibration ( p.90)
  • Page 13: When Installing Multiple Projectors

    Introduction When Installing Multiple Projectors Install wall mounts for all projectors ( p.18) Install the Control Pad ( p.73) Install the pen stand ( p.82) Calibrate the Interactive Pen ( p.86) Install and adjust touch unit and perform finger touch calibration ( p.90) Select Multi-Projection settings ( p.128)
  • Page 14: Figures Of Installation Dimensions

    Introduction Figures of Installation Dimensions  You need the following space to install the projector and the touch unit.  Leaving a gap of approximately 100 mm from the ceiling to the top of the wall plate makes it easier to install and remove the projector.
  • Page 15 Introduction If you cannot set the Blend Range to 600, you can also set it to a value that is less than 600. If you set a value less than 600, black bands may appear on the left and right of the image.
  • Page 16: Connection Figure

    Introduction Connection Figure Connecting the Touch Unit and the Control Pad You need the following cables when using the Touch Unit and the Control Pad. Prepare a commercially available LAN cable and USB cable to connect the projector and the Control Pad. (4K30p: Max 40m (CAT6a/CAT7)) (1080p60p: Max 70m (CAT6a/CAT7))
  • Page 17: Connecting Multiple Projectors

    When two projectors are installed side-by-side, you can only use interactive mouse operations. When drawing on the projection screen, use the drawing application Easy Interactive Tools. You can download this from the following Website. http://epson.sn/ (Max 5m) When not using the interactive function You can install two to four projectors when not using the interactive function.
  • Page 18 Introduction (Max 5m) (Max 5m)
  • Page 19: Installing The Wall Mount

    Wall mount and resist any horizontal vibration. Use M10 or 3/8 inch x 60 mm nuts and bolts. Nuts and bolts smaller than M10 or 3/8 inch x 60 mm could cause the setting plate to fall. Epson accepts no responsibility for any damage or injury caused by lack of wall strength or inadequate installation.
  • Page 20 If any abnormalities occur with this product, immediately disconnect the cables from the product, and then contact your local dealer or the nearest Epson service call center. Continuing to use the product in an abnormal condition could cause a fire, electric shock, or visual...
  • Page 21 Installing the Wall mount Warning Laser warning labels have been attached to the inside and outside of the projector. Internal External Do not look into the laser beam emitted from the projection lens while projecting. (Based on IEC/ EN60825-1:2014) For North/South America This projector is a Class 2 laser product that complies with the IEC/EN60825-1:2007 international standard for lasers.
  • Page 22 Installing the Wall mount Warning Never open any cases on the projector. Electrical voltages inside the projector can cause severe injury. Do not look directly into the projector’s light source. Possibly hazardous optical radiation emitted from this product. Eye injury may result. Caution Do not install this product in a location where the operating temperature for your projector model may be exceeded.
  • Page 23: The Wall Mount

    Installing the Wall mount Cautions on the Installation Location of the Wall Mount Warning Do not install in a location subject to oily smoke or smoke for events. If oils and so on stick to the slide plate fixing part of the projector, the case may crack and cause the projector to fall, resulting in personal injury or property damage.
  • Page 24 Installing the Wall mount Caution When installing two or more projectors in parallel, leave a gap of at least 1,200 mm between the projectors. 1200mm If you cannot secure a gap of approx. 1,200 mm, install a partition to block the heat vented from the projector's air exhaust vent.
  • Page 25: Wall Mount Specifications

    Installing the Wall mount Wall Mount Specifications Item Specification Wall mount mass (setting plate, hexagonal axis, adjustment unit, wall plate, Approx. 9.2 kg wall plate cover, end cap) Maximum load capacity Approx. 15.0 kg...
  • Page 26: External Dimensions

    Installing the Wall mount External dimensions LENS CENTER 160 - 630...
  • Page 27 Installing the Wall mount 2 x M4 41.1 35.7 48.2 891 - 508 208.5 4 x M4...
  • Page 28: Adjustment Range

    Installing the Wall mount 8 x M4 23.2 35.7 Adjustment range Vertical slide...
  • Page 29: Horizontal Slide

    Installing the Wall mount Horizontal slide Forward/backward slide 0 - 383...
  • Page 30: Mini Pc Installation Plate

    Installing the Wall mount Mini PC installation plate 14.7 22.7 35.2 8 x Φ5 4 x Φ3.8 145.5 21.7 Item Specification Screw holes for installing PC (VESA compliant) 75 mm x 75 mm 100 mm x 100 mm Supported PC sizes Within 150 mm x 150 mm x 44 mm Supported PC weight 0.7 kg or less...
  • Page 31 Installing the Wall mount Installation Procedure for the Wall Mount Follow the work flow below to install the wall mount. Route the cables before installing the wall mount according to your installation environment. Check the projection distance tables to determine the installation position ( p.31) Attach the adjustment unit to the projector ( p.43)
  • Page 32: Installing The Bracket

    Installing the Wall mount Installing the Bracket Determining the installation position (projection distance tables) Determine the installation position of the wall plate according to the size of the screen (S) you want to project on to. See the following figure to check the values from a to d. This is the value when the setting plate is in the middle of the wall plate (See in the following illustration).
  • Page 33 Installing the Wall mount See the following for the values of c and d when projecting at an aspect ratio of 16:6 or 21:9.  c1/d1: When Screen Position is in the middle  c2/d2: When Screen Position is at the top...
  • Page 34 Installing the Wall mount 16:9 projected image [Unit: mm] 65" 1439 × 809 158 - 302 148 - 292 66" 1461 × 822 164 - 311 154 - 301 67" 1483 × 834 171 - 319 161 - 309 68" 1505 ×...
  • Page 35 Installing the Wall mount 80" 1771 × 996 81" 1793 × 1009 82" 1815 × 1021 83" 1837 × 1034 84" 1860 × 1046 85" 1882 × 1058 86" 1904 × 1071 87" 1926 × 1083 88" 1948 × 1096 89"...
  • Page 36 Installing the Wall mount 16:10 projected image [Unit: mm] 60" 1292 × 808 157 - 301 147 - 291 61" 1314 × 821 164 - 310 154 - 300 62" 1335 × 835 171 - 319 161 - 309 63" 1357 ×...
  • Page 37 Installing the Wall mount 80" 1723 × 1077 81" 1745 × 1090 82" 1766 × 1104 83" 1788 × 1117 84" 1809 × 1131 85" 1831 × 1144 86" 1852 × 1158 87" 1874 × 1171 88" 1895 × 1185 89"...
  • Page 38 Installing the Wall mount 4:3 projected image [Unit: mm] 53" 1077 × 808 157 - 301 147-291 54" 1097 × 823 165 - 311 155 - 301 55" 1118 × 838 173 - 322 163 - 312 56" 1138 × 853 180 - 332 170 - 322 57"...
  • Page 39 Installing the Wall mount 81" 1646 × 1234 82" 1666 × 1250 83" 1687 × 1265 84" 1707 × 1280 85" 1727 × 1295 86" 1748 × 1311 87" 1768 × 1326 88" 1788 × 1341 89" 1808 × 1356 90"...
  • Page 40 Installing the Wall mount 16:6 projected image [Unit: mm] 61" 1451 × 544 161 - 307 151 - 297 62" 1475 × 553 168 - 316 158 - 306 63" 1498 × 562 175 - 325 165 - 315 64" 1522 ×...
  • Page 41 Installing the Wall mount 80" 1903 × 713 291 - 481 194 - 384 81" 1926 × 722 297 - 490 200 - 393 82" 1950 × 731 304 - 500 207 - 403 83" 1974 × 740 311 - 509 214 - 412 84"...
  • Page 42 Installing the Wall mount 100" 2378 × 892 101" 2402 × 901 102" 2426 × 910 103" 2450 × 919 104" 2473 × 928 105" 2497 × 936 106" 2521 × 945 107" 2545 × 954 108" 2569 × 963 109"...
  • Page 43 Installing the Wall mount 21:9 projected image [Unit: mm] 62" 1447 × 620 160 - 305 150 - 295 490.2 63" 1471 × 630 167 - 314 157 - 304 494.2 64" 1494 × 640 174 - 323 164 - 313 497.2 65"...
  • Page 44: Attaching The Adjustment Unit To The Projector

    Installing the Wall mount 80" 1868 × 800 81" 1891 × 810 82" 1914 × 820 83" 1938 × 830 84" 1961 × 840 85" 1984 × 850 86" 2008 × 860 87" 2031 × 870 88" 2054 × 880 89"...
  • Page 45 Installing the Wall mount Loosen the M4 bolt on the adjustment unit, and then align the marks for each part When the position is correct, tighten the M4 bolt. Secure the adjustment unit to the base of the projector with the M4 x 12 mm bolts (x4) supplied...
  • Page 46: Install The Wall Plate On The Wall

    Installing the Wall mount Install the wall plate on the wall Attach the template sheet to the wall Attach the template sheet according to the installation position that you confirmed using the projection distance table ( p.31). Drive a commercially available M10 screw into the position of the temporary screw hole for the wall plate Leave a gap of 6 mm or more between the wall and the screw head.
  • Page 47 Installing the Wall mount Drill the holes in the wall Drill diameter: 10.5 mm (M10) or 10 mm (3/8 inches) Pilot hole depth: 45 mm Anchor hole depth: 40 mm 10.5mm (M10) 10mm (3/8 inch) 45mm Remove the template sheet Place the wall plate on the temporary M10 screw that you installed in step 2 Use commercially available M10 or 3/8 inch x 60 mm anchor bolts to secure the wall plate to the holes you drilled in step 4...
  • Page 48: Attaching The Setting Plate To The Wall Plate

    Installing the Wall mount Attaching the setting plate to the wall plate Loosen the M4 x 12 mm bolts (x2) and extend the arm slide on the setting plate Adjust the scale on the slider to the combined distance of the value for (b) confirmed in the projection distance table ( p.31) and the thickness of the projection surface (x).
  • Page 49 Installing the Wall mount Route the necessary cables through the setting plate Warning Do not hang the rest of the cable over the setting plate. They could fall and cause an accident.  The following connection ports should be routed so that they come out of the lower part of the setting plate and not through walls.
  • Page 50 Installing the Wall mount Attach the setting plate to the wall plate Insert the hexagonal axis until the tip extends slightly out of the top of the wall plate and the other end connects to the bottom of the wall plate. Caution Take care not to trap the cables between the setting plate and wall plate.
  • Page 51 Installing the Wall mount Temporarily secure the setting plate Secure three points with the M6 screws supplied (x3). Adjust the vertical slide with the open-ended spanner to align the marks on the wall plate and the setting plate.
  • Page 52: Attaching The Adjustment Unit To The Setting Plate

    Installing the Wall mount Tighten the M6 bolt (x1) to secure the setting plate in position Attaching the adjustment unit to the setting plate Check the installation position for the adjustment unit The installation position is marked on the setting plate. Install at an appropriate position according to the size of the screen you want to project on to.
  • Page 53: Attaching Peripheral Devices

    Installing the Wall mount Attach the adjustment unit to the setting plate with the M4 x 12 mm bolts (x4) supplied Connect the cables to the projector Connect the power cord last. Attaching peripheral devices Attaching external tuners and accessories Use commercially available M4 screws to secure external tuners and accessories to the screw holes as shown in the following figure.
  • Page 54 Installing the Wall mount Attach it so that the air exhaust vents of the PC are not blocked. We recommend installing the PC so that the air exhaust vents are at the top and the air intake vents are at the bottom. When securing with the mini PC belt Wrap the belt around the mini PC plate Secure the mini PC plate to the wall plate using the M3 x 6 mm screws (x4) supplied.
  • Page 55 Installing the Wall mount Place the PC on the lower edge of the mini PC plate, and secure it with the belt When securing with screws Depending on the shape of the mini PC and the orientation of the screw holes, the order in which parts are installed differs.
  • Page 56: Adjusting The Position Of The Projected Image

    Installing the Wall mount Adjusting the position of the projected image You can use any of the following methods to adjust the position of the projected image. When multiple projectors are installed in the same room, we recommend that you set projector IDs to prevent remote control interference.
  • Page 57: Preparations Before Adjusting

    Installing the Wall mount  Adjusting using the projector menus ( p.64) Select the area you want to adjust and manually correct the image. This is useful when you want to make fine adjustments to the projection position after making mechanical adjustments using the guide screen. Quick Corner Arc Correction Point Correction...
  • Page 58 Installing the Wall mount Open the projector’s front cover, and then perform approximate focus adjustment using the focus lever Press the [Menu] button Using the Remote Control Using the Control Panel Select Screen Type from the Installation menu to set the aspect ratio of the projected image Change the aspect ratio if necessary Project images from a connected device, and then press the [Aspect] button on the remote control.
  • Page 59: Auto Screen Adjustment

    Installing the Wall mount Auto Screen Adjustment Attach corner markers to the four corners of the projection position to automatically adjust the position of the image. Auto Screen Adjustment works correctly under the following conditions.  Projection size: 110 inches or less ...
  • Page 60 Installing the Wall mount Press the [Menu] button Using the Remote Control Using the Control Panel Select Auto Screen Adjustment from the Installation menu You see the guidance screen for Auto Screen Adjustment. Loosen all of the adjustment dials and adjustment screws...
  • Page 61 Installing the Wall mount Move the projector to adjust the position of the image so that the yellow areas at the four corners of the guidance screen overlap with the corner markers Make sure that all of the corner markers are within the yellow areas. When you determine the position, tighten all of the adjustment dials and adjustment screws that you loosened in step 4 Warning...
  • Page 62: Performing Mechanical Adjustment Using The Setting Plate Installation Guide

    Installing the Wall mount Open the projector’s front cover, and then adjust the focus using the focus lever Press the [Enter] button to start auto adjustment When auto adjustment is complete, use Quick Corner ( p.66) to make further adjustments. Using Arc Correction or Point Correction returns the image to the status before auto correction was performed.
  • Page 63 Installing the Wall mount Turn the adjustment dial in the installation guide to adjust the horizontal roll Loosen the M4 screw, and then turn the adjustment dial in the installation guide to adjust the horizontal rotation Turn the adjustment dial in the installation guide to adjust the vertical tilt...
  • Page 64 Installing the Wall mount Loosen the M4 bolt, and then adjust the horizontal slide Loosen the M4 bolts (x2), and then adjust the forward/backward slide...
  • Page 65: Adjusting Using The Projector Menus

    Installing the Wall mount Loosen the M6 bolt, and then adjust the vertical slide Re-tighten the screws and bolts that you loosened in steps 3 to 8 Warning Tighten all bolts and screws firmly. Otherwise, the product may fall and cause personal injury or property damage.
  • Page 66 Installing the Wall mount Arc Correction Press the [Menu] button Using the Remote Control Using the Control Panel Select Geometry Correction from the Installation menu Select Arc Correction...
  • Page 67 Installing the Wall mount Select the side you want to correct and make adjustment When you reach a range that cannot be adjusted, you see the message Cannot adjust any further. displayed. When you have finished making adjustments, press the [Esc] button on the remote control or the control panel to finish adjustment Quick Corner Press the [Menu] button...
  • Page 68 Installing the Wall mount Select Geometry Correction from the Installation menu Select Quick Corner...
  • Page 69 Installing the Wall mount Select the side you want to correct and make adjustment When you reach a range that cannot be adjusted, you see the message Cannot adjust any further. displayed. While adjusting the sides, press buttons [1], [3], [7], and [9] on the remote control to select the side you want to adjust.
  • Page 70 Installing the Wall mount Select Geometry Correction from the Installation menu Select Point Correction Select Point Correction and then select the number of grid...
  • Page 71: Attaching The Covers

    Installing the Wall mount Select the points you want to correct and make adjustment If it is hard to see the grid, use Pattern Color to change the color of the grid. When you have finished making adjustments, press the [Esc] button on the remote control or the control panel to finish adjustment Attaching the covers Attach the left wall plate cover...
  • Page 72 Installing the Wall mount Attach the right wall plate cover Fit the end cap to the setting plate If you are concerned about the groove in the arm, stick the supplied masking sticker.
  • Page 73: Attaching A Security Cable

    Installing the Wall mount Attach the cable cover to the projector, and then secure it with the screws (x2) Attaching a Security Cable Perform one of the following security measures if necessary.  Install a commercially available theft-prevention wire lock Pass the wire lock through the security cable installation points on the projector and the setting plate.
  • Page 74: Installing The Control Pad

    Notes on the Control Pad Warning Only connect to the EB-1485Fi. Do not connect it to any other projectors or devices. Doing so may damage the device. Route the cables so that they are not interfered with the nuts and bolts.
  • Page 75 If any of the following problems occur, immediately turn off the power and unplug the AC adapter and the power plug from the outlet. Next, contact your local dealer or the nearest Epson service call center.  You notice smoke, strange odors, or strange sounds ...
  • Page 76 Supplier's DECLARATION of CONFORMITY According to 47CFR, Part 2 and 15 Class B Personal Computers and Peripherals; and/or CPU Boards and Power Supplies used with Class B Personal Computers Epson America, Inc. Located at: 3840 Kilroy Airport Way Long Beach, CA 90806...
  • Page 77: For Canadian Users

    Installing the Control Pad For Canadian Users...
  • Page 78: Control Pad Specifications

    Installing the Control Pad Control Pad Specifications Item Specification Control pad mass Approx. 0.6kg Power (AC adapter) 100 to 240 V AC +/- 10%, 50/60 Hz Power 12 VDC 2.5 A 30 W Electricity consumption during use 4.5 W Operating temperature 0 to 40°C (no condensation) Operating altitudes 0 to 3,048 m...
  • Page 79 Installing the Control Pad...
  • Page 80: Installing The Control Pad

    Installing the Control Pad Installing the Control Pad Place your finger in the hole at the top and remove the front cover. Connect the power cable and route the cable down the back...
  • Page 81 Installing the Control Pad Check the installation position and secure with commercially available M4 screws (20 mm Warning  When screwing, make sure they are not tilted at an angle to the installation surface.  Make sure that the Control Pad is secured properly. ...
  • Page 82 Installing the Control Pad Place the AC adapter in the holder and connect it to the power supply Connect the cable that is connected to the projector to the Control Pad See "Connecting the Touch Unit and the Control Pad" p.15 for details on connecting.
  • Page 83: Installing The Pen Stand

    Installing the pen stand Notes on the Pen Stand Warning Do not go near the pen stand if you are using medical equipment such as a pace maker. Furthermore, when using the pen stand, make sure there is no one using medical equip‐ ment such as a pace maker, in the surrounding area.
  • Page 84: Pen Stand Specifications

    Installing the pen stand Pen Stand Specifications Item Specification Pen stand mass Approx. 93 g External dimensions [Unit: mm] 36.7 101.9 28.8 44.4 28.8 10.2 2 x M4...
  • Page 85: Installing The Pen Stand

    Installing the pen stand Installing the Pen Stand Secure the pen stand with magnets or commercially available M4 screws. When securing with magnets Check the installation position and secure with magnets Caution Powerful magnets are used which can cause injury if you trap your fingers. Be careful not to trap your fingers or any other part of your body between the magnets and the installation surface.
  • Page 86: When Securing With Screws

    Installing the pen stand When securing with screws Check the installation position and secure with commercially available M4 screws (20 mm Warning  When screwing, make sure they are not tilted at an angle to the installation surface.  Make sure that the pen stand is secured properly. Attach the cover...
  • Page 87: Adjusting The Interactive Pen

    Adjusting the Interactive Pen Calibrating the Interactive Pen Adjust the projector’s image before calibrating the pen. There are two methods available for calibrating the pen; Auto Calibration and Manual Calibration. When calibrating the pen for the first time, perform Manual Calibration for optimum calibration. When calibrating the pen for the second time and after, perform Auto Calibration.
  • Page 88 Adjusting the Interactive Pen Check the screen content, and then select Yes You see a green dot at the top left of the projection screen. Touch the center of the dot with the pen tip of the interactive pen The dot disappears and moves to the next position. Make sure you touch the center of the dot.
  • Page 89: Auto Calibration

    Adjusting the Interactive Pen Repeat step 4 until all of the dots disappear The dot appears at the top left first and then moves towards the bottom right. When all of the dots disappear, Manual Calibration is complete.  Check that there are no obstacles between the interactive pen and the Interactive pen receiver (shown below).
  • Page 90 Adjusting the Interactive Pen Select Auto Calibration from the Pen/Touch menu When multiple projectors are installed in parallel, you see a message prompting you to temporarily hide the image for the projector installed next to it. When you see this message, press the [A/V Mute] button to hide the image from the next projector.
  • Page 91: Installing The Touch Unit

    The Touch Unit contains a high power laser product that could cause a fire, electric shock, or an accident. Only connect the Touch Unit to the EB-1485Fi. Do not connect it to any other projectors or devices. The device could malfunction, or laser light that is higher than normal intensity could be emitted.
  • Page 92: For Canadian Users

    Installing the Touch Unit Supplier's DECLARATION of CONFORMITY According to 47CFR, Part 2 and 15 Other Class B digital devices & peripherals Epson America, Inc. Located at: 3840 Kilroy Airport Way Long Beach, CA 90806 Tel: 562-981-3840 Declare under sole responsibility that the product identified herein, complies with 47CFR Part 2 and 15 of the FCC rules as a Class B digital device.
  • Page 93: Touch Unit Installation Location

    Installing the Touch Unit Touch Unit installation location The procedure differs depending on where the Touch Unit is installed. When installed on the projection surface: Secure When installed on a different surface: Secure with the with magnets or screws Touch Unit Bracket Caution When using the Touch Unit, images should be projected onto the front of the screen.
  • Page 94: Notes On The Touch Unit Bracket

    Installing the Touch Unit Notes on the Touch Unit Bracket Caution If there is a frame around the screen, make sure that the thickness of the top of the frame is less than 3 mm. If the thickness of the top of the screen exceeds 3 mm, the Touch Unit will not operate correctly. 0 - 3mm Make sure that the distance from the wall to the surface of the screen is less than 50 mm.
  • Page 95: Notes On The Laser

    Installing the Touch Unit Notes on the Laser Attached labels The Touch Unit is a Class 1 laser product that conforms to the IEC/EN60825-1:2014 standard. The Touch Unit is a Class 1 laser product that conforms to the IEC/EN60825-1:2007 standard. (For North/South America.) There are warning labels affixed to the Touch Unit to indicate that it is a Class 1 laser product.
  • Page 96 Installing the Touch Unit  Wavelength: 932 to 952 nm...
  • Page 97: Touch Unit Specifications

    Installing the Touch Unit Touch Unit Specifications Item Specification Touch unit mass Approx. 0.6 kg Operating temperature 0 to 40°C Power (supplied from the projector) 5 VDC 0.65 A External dimensions 38.2 2 x M4...
  • Page 98: Touch Unit Bracket Specifications

    Installing the Touch Unit Touch Unit Bracket Specifications Item Specification Touch unit bracket mass Approx. 1.8 kg Maximum load capacity Approx. 8.8 kg External dimensions 11.5...
  • Page 99: Adjustment Range

    Installing the Touch Unit Adjustment range 79.5 - 140.5 15 - 76...
  • Page 100: Installing The Touch Unit

    Installing the Touch Unit Installing the Touch Unit Installing the infrared deflectors Stick the infrared deflectors to any obstacles, such as a frame or tray, at the bottom of the projection surface. If there are any obstacles, the laser is reflected as shown below, and the location of your finger will not be detected correctly.
  • Page 101: Installing The Touch Unit

    Installing the Touch Unit Installing the Touch Unit When installing on the projection surface without using the Touch Unit Bracket Turn on the projector, and then press the [Menu] button Using the Remote Control Using the Control Panel Select Touch Unit from the Installation menu...
  • Page 102 Installing the Touch Unit Select Installation Pattern You see the installation pattern on the projected image. When installing on a magnetic surface, check the installation position and attach the touch unit with magnets When installing on a non-magnetic surface, go to the next step. Caution Powerful magnets are used which can cause injury if you trap your fingers.
  • Page 103 Installing the Touch Unit When installing on a non-magnetic surface, attach the template sheet to the Touch Unit installation position As shown below, attach the bottom of the template sheet onto the installation pattern. Drill holes in the installation surface, and then remove the template sheet Attach the spacers supplied (x2) to the screw holes on the back of the Touch Unit Remove the rubber caps (x2) from the front of the Touch Unit...
  • Page 104: When Using The Touch Unit Bracket To Install Outside Of The Projection Surface

    Installing the Touch Unit Secure the Touch Unit with commercially available M4 screws (x2) The following shows the depth of the screw holes in the Touch Unit. 20.4mm Attach the rubber caps that you removed in step 8 to the screw holes on the front of the Touch Unit When using the Touch Unit Bracket to install outside of the projection surface Turn on the projector, and then press the [Menu] button...
  • Page 105 Installing the Touch Unit Select Touch Unit from the Installation menu Select Installation Pattern You see the installation pattern on the projected image.
  • Page 106 Installing the Touch Unit Attach the template sheet for the Touch Unit Bracket Align the top edge of the projection surface with the bottom edge of the template sheet. If there is a gap between the installation surface for the bracket and the projection surface, we recommend drawing marks in advance at the attachment position.
  • Page 107 Installing the Touch Unit Loosen the screws (x2) at the top of the Touch Unit Bracket Slide the parts at the front of the bracket forward until they are fully extended To prevent the sliding section from slipping during installation, lightly tighten the top screws (x2) that you loosened in step 6.
  • Page 108 Installing the Touch Unit Slide the bracket so that it fits with the projection screen Slide it in until the lower edge of the bracket touches the projection screen. Remove the rubber caps (x2) from the front of the Touch Unit...
  • Page 109: Attaching A Security Cable

    Installing the Touch Unit Secure the Touch Unit to the bracket with the M4 x 25 mm bolts (x2) supplied Caution There is a powerful magnet on the rear of the Touch Unit. Do not trap your hand between the Touch Unit and the Touch Unit Bracket.
  • Page 110: Turning On The Touch Unit

    Installing the Touch Unit Turning on the Touch Unit Connect the Touch Unit connection cable that is connected to the projector to the TCH port on the Touch Unit Select Touch Unit from the Installation menu Set Power to On The Touch Unit turns on and the indicator is lit blue.
  • Page 111: Adjusting The Angle Of The Laser (Touch Unit Auto Setup)

    Installing the Touch Unit Adjusting the Angle of the Laser (Touch Unit Auto Setup) An infrared laser in the shape of a curtain is emitted from the Touch Unit. The infrared laser reflects off your finger when touched to the projection surface thereby detecting the finger position allowing the projector's infrared camera to recognize the position being reflected.
  • Page 112 Installing the Touch Unit When the laser is not parallel to the screen   The position of your finger may not be detected The position of your finger detected by the pro‐ even if you touch the projected image. jector and your actual finger position may not ...
  • Page 113 Installing the Touch Unit Select Touch Unit Setup When you install two projectors side-by-side, follow the on-screen instructions to set Installation > Touch Unit > Power to Off for the next projector. Select whether or not the Touch Unit Bracket is being used If you are using the Touch Unit Bracket, turn the adjustment screw on the top of the bracket counterclockwise until you cannot turn it any further...
  • Page 114 Installing the Touch Unit Place the two markers supplied on the marker positions on the projection screen and secure them  Magnetic screens: Place the base of the markers onto the screen.  Non-magnetic screens: Use the supplied tape to secure the markers as shown below. Do not place anything other than the markers near the projected image during angle adjustment.
  • Page 115 Installing the Touch Unit If only one projector is installed, touch ( ) displayed on the screen with your finger and check if ( ) is displayed in the same position Touch all four ( ) to confirm. Screen Status Adjustment has been performed correctly if the lo‐...
  • Page 116 Installing the Touch Unit Follow the instructions displayed on the screen of the next projector, and then press Down or Up Adjustment is complete when no instructions are displayed on the screen of the next projector.
  • Page 117: When Auto Adjustment Fails

    Installing the Touch Unit When auto adjustment fails Check that the Touch Unit installation position is correct  Make sure that the Touch Unit and the projected image are parallel.  If you are using a Touch Unit Bracket, make sure that the bottom edge of the bracket is flush with the edge of the projection surface without any gaps.
  • Page 118 Installing the Touch Unit Check the message displayed and take the necessary action Screen Solution Follow the on-screen instructions to adjust the angle of the laser, and then perform auto adjust‐ ment again. For details, see "Adjusting the angle of the laser" p.117. Check the following after removing the markers from the projection surface.
  • Page 119 Installing the Touch Unit Press the Enter button You see the following adjustment screen. Turn the adjustment screw clockwise to cover the left and right pointers Press the [Enter] button to start Touch Unit auto adjustment...
  • Page 120: Calibrating The Touch Operation Position

    Installing the Touch Unit When adjustment is complete and you see the following screen, remove the markers from the projection surface If you see a message notifying you that auto adjustment has failed, check "When auto adjustment fails" p.116. Calibrating the touch operation position Perform touch calibration so that the projector can recognize touch operations precisely.
  • Page 121 Installing the Touch Unit Select Touch Calibration Select Yes You see a dot at the top left of the projection screen. Touch the center of the dot with your finger When the dot disappears and moves to the next position, remove your finger. ...
  • Page 122 Installing the Touch Unit Repeat step 5 until all of the dots disappear When all of the dots disappear, touch calibration is complete.  If you touch the wrong position, press the [Esc] button on the remote control or control panel. This returns you to the previous dot.
  • Page 123: Setting The Projector

     Setup by connecting the computer and projector with a USB cable.  Make settings using Epson Projector Management. This guide explains the USB flash drive and the USB cable methods. For details on making settings using Epson Projector Management, see the Epson Projector Management Operation Guide. ...
  • Page 124: Copying Saved Settings To Other Projectors

    Setting the Projector Connect the USB flash drive to the projector's USB-A port  Connect the USB flash drive directly to the projector. If the USB flash drive is connected to the projector through a USB hub, the settings may not be saved correctly. ...
  • Page 125: Setup By Connecting The Computer And Projector With A Usb Cable

    Setting the Projector Connect the USB flash drive containing the saved batch setup file to the projector's USB-A port Do not store any data except for the batch setup file on the USB flash drive. If the USB flash drive contains data other than the batch setup file, the settings may not be copied correctly. While holding down the [Menu] button on the remote control or the control panel, connect the power cord to the projector The Power indicator and the Status indicator turn blue, and the Laser indicator and the Temp indicator...
  • Page 126: Copying Saved Settings To Other Projectors

    Setting the Projector Connect the computer's USB port to the projector's USB-B port with a USB cable While holding down the [Esc] button on the remote control or the control panel, connect the power cord to the projector The Power indicator and the Status indicator turn blue, and the Laser indicator and the Temp indicator turn orange.
  • Page 127 Setting the Projector While holding down the [Menu] button on the remote control or the control panel, connect the power cord to the projector The Power indicator and the Status indicator turn blue, and the Laser indicator and the Temp indicator turn orange.
  • Page 128: When Setup Fails

    Writing the settings may have failed and an error may have occurred blue, and the Laser and the Temp indica‐ in the projector's firmware. Stop using the projector, remove the tors flashing orange quickly? power plug from the electrical outlet, and contact Epson for help.
  • Page 129: Installing Multiple Projectors

    Setting the Projector Installing Multiple Projectors (Multi- Projection) You can create one horizontally long screen as a unified image projected from multiple projectors. When performing multi-projection, make connections and the necessary settings in the following order. When setting Multi-Projection, we recommend setting Operation > Sleep Mode to Off from the projector’s Menu.
  • Page 130 Setting the Projector Select Projector ID from the Multi-Projection menu Select the ID number for the projector Press the [Esc] button to close the menu Repeat steps 1 to 4 for the remaining projectors. Point the remote control at the projector you want to operate, and then press the [ID] button The current ID number is displayed on the projection screen.
  • Page 131: Multi-Projection Connection Settings

    Setting the Projector While holding down the [ID] button, press the button with the same number as the projector ID for the projector you want to operate Remote control operations for the projector with the selected ID are enabled.  When Projector ID is set to Off, you can operate the projector using the remote control regardless of the ID setting selected using the remote control.
  • Page 132 Setting the Projector Select HDMI Out Setting from the Multi-Projection menu Select Process Out Follow the on-screen instructions to restart the projector. Set the order Set the projector on the left to 1 and the projector on the right to 2. Set Connect Computer Set to Yes for the projector connected to the computer.
  • Page 133: When Not Using The Interactive Functions

    Setting the Projector When not using the interactive functions Press the [Menu] button Using the Remote Control Using the Control Panel Select HDMI Out Setting from the Multi-Projection menu Select Pass Through Follow the on-screen instructions to restart the projector. Set the Number of Projectors Set the number of connected projectors.
  • Page 134: Hdmi Link Settings

    Setting the Projector Set the order Set the projector position for the projector on the far left to 1. HDMI Link settings Use HDMI Link to link the power on/off function across multiple projectors. Press the [Menu] button Using the Remote Control Using the Control Panel Select HDMI Link from the Signal I/O Select HDMI Link...
  • Page 135: Adjusting The Image In Multi-Projection

    Setting the Projector Select On Set Power On Link and Power Off Link according to the operations that you want to link Adjusting the Image in Multi-Projection Images are not stable immediately after turning on the projector. After starting projection, wait for at least 30 minutes before adjusting the image.
  • Page 136: Projector Sync. Settings (Only When Using Interactive Functions)

    Setting the Projector Make necessary settings on the Multi-Projection menu For details on making settings, see the projector's User's Guide. Edge Blending Adjust the image overlapping section to create a seam‐ less image. Black Level "Figures of Installation Dimensions" p.13) Scale Set the magnification and splicing position for the im‐...
  • Page 137: Edid Settings (Only When Using Interactive Functions)

    Setting the Projector Select Sync of Projectors Select Wired EDID settings (only when using interactive functions) Press the [Source Search] button to switch the source to HDMI or HDBaseT Using the Remote Control Using the Control Panel EDID settings are saved for each source. Press the [Menu] button Using the Remote Control Using the Control Panel...
  • Page 138 Setting the Projector Select EDID from the Signal I/O menu Select 3240x1080/60Hz...
  • Page 139: Appendix

    Appendix List of Safety Symbols The following table lists the meaning of the safety symbols labeled on the equipment. Symbol mark Approved stand‐ Meaning ards IEC60417 "ON" (power) No.5007 To indicate connection to the mains. IEC60417 "OFF" (power) No.5008 To indicate disconnection from the mains. IEC60417 Standby No.5009...
  • Page 140 Appendix Symbol mark Approved stand‐ Meaning ards IEC60417 Alternating current No.5032 To indicate on the rating plate that the equipment is suitable for alternating current only; to identify relevant terminals. IEC60417 Direct current No.5031 To indicate on the rating plate that the equipment is suitable for direct current only;...
  • Page 141 Appendix Indication of the manufacturer and the importer in accordance with requirements of directive 2011/65/ EU (RoHS) Manufacturer: SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION Address: 3-5, Owa 3-chome, Suwa-shi, Nagano-ken 392-8502 Japan Telephone: 81-266-52-3131 http://www.epson.com/ Importer: SEIKO EUROPE B.V. Address: Azië building, Atlas ArenA, Hoogoorddreef 5, 1101 BA Amster‐...
  • Page 142: General Notice

    Appendix General Notice Mac and OS X are trademarks of Apple Inc.. Microsoft and Windows are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. © 2019 Seiko Epson Corporation 2019.11 413823901ENPDF...

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