Digital Multimedia Projector PalmPro 7763PA/65PA OPERATING GUIDE Thank you very much for purchasing this Acer DLP™ Technology Projector. Please read this operating guide to ensure correct use of the device. After reading this manual, keep it for future reference. Outline This DLP™...
6. The Standard Remote Control contains a low-power laser that acts as a pointing device during presentations. directly into a person’s eyes. 7. This product capable configurations. Please use suitable equipment for mounting the unit and make sure it is securely installed. 8.
Projector Features Image Resolution Fully compatible with true SVGA(63PA)/XGA(65PA), and supports SXGA using advanced intelligent intelligent compression compression SVGA/XGA images without line omission. Brightness Provides superior brightness using TI’s Digital Micromirror Device (DMD) increases light usage efficiency we can better reproduce the three basic colors (RGB) required for color reproduction on a single DMD.
Ceiling Mount and Rear Screen Projection The projector is equipped with a full mirror scan conversion function (vertical/horizontal mirror), which allows the image to be reversed for ceiling mounting as well as for rear projection applications. AV box An AV box is optional, and users can attach one or two to the projector.
C BOTTOM (figure) Figure 3 Bottom view Installation Positioning • This projector is basically designed to project on a flat projection surface. It can focus from 1.5m–14m and adjust the screen size like figure below. Figure 4 Positioning B. Adjustable Feet Picture tilt and projection angle can be adjusted by twisting Adjustable Feet.
Figure 5 Adjustable feet Moving the Projector Use the carrying handle when moving the projector. Replace lens cover rotate feet fully clockwise shorten the feet) when moving the projector to prevent damage to the projector. Caution The carry bag (supplied) is intended to protect the projector from dust and scratches on the surface of the cabinet.
Accessories Please check and make sure your box contains everything listed below. If any pieces are missing, contact your dealer. Please save the original box and packing materials in case you ever need to ship the unit. User's manual AAA Batteries Figure 7 Accessories English 6 Projection...
Operation Turn On/Off Procedure Power on Press the Standby/On key to turn on the lamp. The LED will blink green during warm up and then light solid green. "INPUT SIGNAL DETECTED, ACTIVATING AUTO IMAGE" will be displayed on the screen after the projector has identified the input signal;...
MAIN UNIT AUTO KEYSTONE + KEYSTONE - MENU Standby/On Standby/On indicator Lamp status indicator External Control Control Pad Hotkey Figure 12 Hotkey control pad Menu operating When you press MENU button into OSD menu, all hotkeys become menu operating buttons. English 10 correct projected image automatically.
Figure 13 Menu control pad MAIN UNIT To call the OSD menu. Menu To enter sub pages. To select items. 4 ( KEYSTONE+ ) To navigate through sub pages or to increase the scale bar number. 3 ( KEYSTONE- ) To navigate through sub pages or to decrease the scale bar number.
Remote Control STMANDBY/ON Menu Freeze L-Click Magnify Return Channel down Figure 14 Remote control English 12 (LED) Source Drag Reverse Add/Erase scan Laser Exit Blank R-Click Volume Mute Channel up...
Main Unit To turn the projection lamp on and off. Standby/On Pressing Freeze picture. Pressing this button partially magnifies a displayed Magnify picture. (Move the picture with the Disk Pad after pressing the Magnify button.) When Disk Pad 56selecting device. When the on-screen menus are not active, it works as mouse pad.
Caution • Avoid excessive heat and humidity. • Do not mix new and old or different types of batteries. Figure 15 Battery replacement process Remote Control Range The remote sensors are located on the back of the unit. It can function in a range 50 degrees horizontal and 30 degrees vertical relative to a line that is a right angle to the remote sensor.
A Lamp/temperature Status LED Indicator 1. Lamp in excess of service hours When the LED light is a continuous red, it means the lamp has exceeded (*1500) service hours. After this light appears, it is advisable to replace the projection lamp as soon as possible. “PLEASE CHANGE A NEW LAMP.
2. Lamp is not well attached blinks rapidly, indicates that lamp attached properly. 3. Temperature is too high projector’s internal temperature operate safely, the LED will blink slowly for one minute and then the lamp will turn off automatically. 4. Normal status If the LED light is off, it means the lamp and temperature inside the projector are normal.
B Replacing the Lamp Replacing the lamp When replacing the lamp, turn off the projector and unplug the AC cord. Wait 45 minutes so that the lamp can cool. High-pressure lamp when hit, may explode if improperly handled. Caution: • Dispose of used lamps in accordance with local authorities.
• Do not reset the timer without changing the lamp, as this can cause the lamp to break. English 18...
Resetting Lamp Timer If replacing the lamp after 1500 hours of operation, please carry out the following operation within 10 minutes of powering on. Main OSD Menu Press the “Menu” key and the main OSD menu structure will display as shown at right hand (Fig.
Press the “Exit” (AUTO) button to leave the current sub-page, and press “Exit” (AUTO) the button again to leave the main OSD menu (at the same time the settings are saved). Input PC input without AV status Subpag Display Image Control A Display Page When a PC is the input source, there will be only four items on this...
Sharpnes (Soft) Image Page Select the Image sub-page and the first item, “Auto Resize” will be highlighted. There are five items on this page: Auto Resize, H. Phase, H. Size, H. Position, and V. Position (Fig. 24). If AV box is attached and the input is from Video other instead of another different System ,Color and Tint will come out as Figure 25.
System To select the input video system standard. When an AV automatically detect the video system. Users also can select desired video systems. When selecting system, projector simultaneously, and the OSD will still exit on the screen. The default setting of System is “Auto” (See Figure 25).
Source Page This Sub-page will whenever AV box is attached. There are five items on this page: Source, Volume, Treble, Bass, and Mute. *The priority of input signal detection: (a.) PC (b.) S-Video (c.) Video *When selecting input projector will detect the selected input simultaneously, still exist on the screen.
Other Correspondent Remote Functions and Messages Source Freeze Mute Volume Magnify Laser Disk Pad FUNCTION The selected source will be displayed at the bottom right of the screen for 3 seconds after selecting the source. (PC, VIDEO, S-VIDEO). image will “Freeze”...
display area (the mouse function is not available when magnify function is on). This button is a toggle switch to turn on/off the drag function of the remote Drag mouse. Press this button activate Blank release the blank function. English 26...
Lamp Replacement Refer to Page 17 Cleaning the Lens Follow these steps to clean the projection lens: 1. Apply non-abrasive cleaning cloth (abrasive cleaners, solvents or other harsh chemicals might scratch the lens). 2. Avoid using an excessive amount of cleaner. 3.
Make sure nothing is blocking the receiver on the control pad. Check audio cable connection from audio input source. NO SOUND Adjust audio source. Press “Volume” (+) button. Press “Mute” button. English 28...
1024x768 1024x768 1024x768 1280x1024 Guideline to AV box Features and Connection AV Connection Port This box is compatible with RCA input, S-Video input, audio output . Figure 28 Connection of AV box Speaker RCA Jack S Video Port *AV box is sold separately and is not included in the standard configuration of accessories in the unit.
Connecting the Box Please follow the instruction here to place the AV box: Figure 29 Bottom View of AV box To attach the AV box to the unit： A/V function. 4. Select inputs by pressing “Source” key, and select channel by the Figure31 Connecting the Box Figure 30 Side View of 1.