Contents of this Guide This guide contains the following information. • Installing an ultra-short throw projector (EB-805F/EB-800F) using the wall mount (ELPMB62) • Installing the Control Pad (ELPHD02) Equipment and mounts/brackets that are not included can be purchased as optional accessories.
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.
Introduction Package Contents Confirm that you have all necessary items before beginning installation. Wall Mount (Optional) Main Mount M4 x 12mm Part name End cap Adjustment unit Setting plate Wall plate Wall plate cover Hexagonal axis...
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- taching a mini PC or a stick PC that can-...
Introduction Part Name Application M3 x 6 mm cross recessed Secure the mini PC plate to the wall head shoulder screws (x4) plate. Control Pad (Optional) 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.
Introduction Applicable parts Necessary items For Control Pad • M4 x 20 mm screws (for securing control pad: 4)
Introduction Figures of Installation Dimensions 100mm 500mm 500mm Caution When installing the projector, make sure there is a gap between the wall and the projector's air exhaust and intake vents. (See figure above) 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.
Introduction Connection Figure Connecting the Control Pad You need the following cables when using 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))
Introduction Connecting Multiple Projectors You need the following cables when installing multiple projectors. You can install two to four projectors side-by-side. The following image is an example of connecting three projectors. (Max 5m) (Max 5m)
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.
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...
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.
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.
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.
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.
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...
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 Installing Accessories...
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.25) Attach the adjustment unit to the projector ( p.40)
Installing the Wall Mount Attaching the Mount 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).
Installing the Wall Mount See the following for the values for c and d when projecting at an aspect ratio of 16:6 or 21:9. • c1/d1: When the Screen Position is in the center • c2/d2: When the Screen Position is at the top...
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...
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.25). Align the center position of the screen being projected with Image Center A on the Template sheet. 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.
Installing the Wall Mount Determine the positions for the mounting holes for the wall plate From the screw holes shown in the figure below, secure at least four points for optimum balance. 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)
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.25) and the thickness of the projection surface (x).
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. Make sure that cable ports for connecting to peripheral devices such as mini PCs are routed so that they come out of the lower part of the setting plate and not through walls.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Installing the Wall Mount Quick Corner Arc Correction Point Correction • Adjusting using the Blanking feature ( p.64) This feature hides part of the image so that it does not extend beyond the edges of the screen. • Images are not stable immediately after turning on the projector. After starting projection, wait for at least 30 minutes before adjusting the image.
Installing the Wall Mount 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 If necessary, set the projection position by using Screen Position from the Installation menu.
Installing the Wall Mount Press the [Menu] button Using the Remote Control Using the Control Panel Select Setting Plate Installation Guide from the Installation menu You see the guidance screen. Turn the adjustment dial in the installation guide to adjust the horizontal roll...
Installing the Wall Mount 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 Loosen the M4 bolt, and then adjust the horizontal slide...
Installing the Wall Mount Loosen the M4 bolts (x2), and then adjust the forward/backward slide 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.
Installing the Wall Mount Adjust the focus of position A in the following figure When you have finished making adjustments, press the [Esc] button on the remote control or the control panel to exit the guidance screen Adjusting using the projector menus •...
Installing the Wall Mount Select Geometry Correction from the Installation menu Select Arc Correction...
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...
Installing the Wall Mount Select Geometry Correction from the Installation menu Select Quick Corner...
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 , , , and  on the remote control to select the side you want to adjust.
Installing the Wall Mount Select Geometry Correction from the Installation menu Select Point Correction Select Point Correction and then select the number of grid...
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 Adjusting using the Blanking feature Press the [Menu] button...
Installing the Wall Mount Select Blanking from the Installation menu Select an edge, and then adjust the amount you want to hide 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...
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.
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.
Notes on the Control Pad Warning Only connect to the EB-805F/EB-800F. 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.
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 •...
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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...
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...
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. •...
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 Control Pad" p.10 for details on connecting. Attach the front cover Enabling the Control Pad Turn on the projector, and then press the [Menu] button...
Installing the Control Pad Select HDBaseT from the Signal I/O menu Select Connect ELPHD02 to On The Control Pad can now communicate with the projector. The Link indicator on the Control Pad turns blue while communicating with 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. •...
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. •...
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...
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Setting the Projector Select Pass Through Follow the on-screen instructions to restart the projector. Set the Number of Projectors Set the number of connected projectors. 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.
Setting the Projector Select HDMI Link from the Signal I/O Select HDMI Link 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.
Setting the Projector Press the [Color Mode] button on the remote control, and then set the Color Mode to Multi- Projection Press the [Menu] button Using the Remote Control Using the Control Panel Make necessary settings on the Multi-Projection menu For details on making settings, see the projector's User's Guide.
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 Power On No.5007 To indicate connection to the mains. IEC60417 Power Off No.5008 To indicate disconnection from the mains. IEC60417 Standby No.5009...
Appendix Symbol mark Approved stand- Meaning ards IEC60417 Alternating current No.5032 To indicate that the equipment is suitable for alternating current only; to identify relevant terminals. IEC60417 Direct current No.5031 To indicate that the equipment is suitable for direct current only; to identify relevant terminals.
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-...