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MULTIMEDIA PROJECTOR
User's Manual /
Installation
Manual
Table of Contents
Safety Instructions
Before Use
Projecting an Image
Useful Functions Available
During a Presentation
Setting Functions from Menus
Installation
Connecting to a Network
Maintenance
Appendix
Index
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    MULTIMEDIA PROJECTOR User’s Manual / Installation Manual Table of Contents Safety Instructions Before Use Projecting an Image Useful Functions Available During a Presentation Setting Functions from Menus Installation Connecting to a Network Maintenance Appendix Index...

  • Page 2: How To Use This Manual

    Read this manual thoroughly to make the most of your projector. Installation of the projector should be performed by a qualified technician. Contact the Canon Customer Support Center for further information. Symbols of Button Operations...

  • Page 3: Quick Reference Guide

    Quick Reference Guide This Quick Reference Guide will help you find functions that make full use of the projector and are useful for producing an attractive presentation, etc. Connecting the Projector Connecting to the Computer (P39 Connecting to AV Equipment Projecting an Image Starting Projection (P45...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents How to Use This Manual... 2 Quick Reference Guide... 3 Safety Instructions... 10 Safety Precautions ... 11 CAUTION ON HANGING FROM THE CEILING... 11 ■ READ AND KEEP THIS OWNER’S MANUAL FOR LATER USE... 12 AC Power Cord Requirement... 14 Federal Communication Commission Notice ...

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    Starting Projection ...45 ■ When the Language Selection Screen Appears ... 46 ■ When the Password Input Screen Appears ... 46 ■ When “No signal” Appears... 46 ■ When Notebook Computer Screen Does Not Appear... 47 ■ Adjusting Image ... 47 Changing Notebook Computer Screen Output ...

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    Table of Contents Setting Display Status ... 77 Selecting an Image Projection Mode... 77 Selecting an Input Signal Type (Analog PC) ... 78 Selecting an Input Signal Type (Component)... 78 Adjust Input Signal (Analog PC) Total dots ... 79 Adjust Input Signal (Analog PC) Tracking ... 79 Adjust Input Signal (Analog PC) Horizontal position ...

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    Main Unit and Remote Control Channel Settings ... 100 Selecting a Display Language ... 101 Showing / Hiding the Guide Screen ... 101 Showing / Hiding the Input Status... 102 Selecting the HDMI Input ... 102 Setting a Password... 103 Registering a Password ...

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    Table of Contents Connecting to a Network ... 131 Preparing the Remote Control ... 132 Connection Methods ... 132 Setting an IP Address... 133 ■ Windows 7... 133 ■ Windows Vista... 134 ■ Windows XP ... 135 ■ Mac OS X ... 136 ■...

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    Appendix... 165 Appendix ... 167 Troubleshooting ...168 LED Indicator Meanings ... 168 Symptoms and Solutions ... 169 ■ You Cannot Turn on the Projector ... 169 ■ You Cannot Project an Image from the Projector ... 169 ■ You Cannot Hear Sound... 170 ■...

  • Page 10: Safety Instructions

    If your projector does not seem to be operating properly, read this manual again, check operations and cable connections, and try the solutions in the “Troubleshooting” section in the back of this manual. If the problem still persists, contact the Canon Customer Sup- port Center.

  • Page 11: Safety Precautions

    Safety Precautions WARNING: • THIS APPARATUS MUST BE GROUNDED. • TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. • This projector produces intense light from the projection lens. Do not stare directly into the lens, otherwise eye damage could result.

  • Page 12: Read And Keep This Owner's Manual For Later Use

    Safety Instructions ■READ AND KEEP THIS OWNER’S MANUAL FOR LATER USE. All the safety and operating instructions should be read before beginning to operate the product. Read all of the instructions given here and retain them for later use. Unplug this projector from the AC power supply before cleaning.

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    Do not install the projector near the ventilation duct of air-conditioning equipment. This projector should be operated using only the type of power source indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power supplied, contact the Canon Cus- tomer Support Center or local power company.

  • Page 14: Ac Power Cord Requirement

    For more information about the recycling of this product, please contact your local city office, waste authority, approved scheme or your household waste disposal service or visit www.canon-europe.com/environment. (EEA: Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein) Ground...

  • Page 15: Federal Communication Commission Notice

    If such changes or modifications should be made, you could be required to stop operation of the equipment. Canon U.S.A. Inc. One Canon Plaza, Lake Success, NY 11042-1198, U.S.A. Tel No. (516) 328-5600 Canadian Radio Interference Regulations...

  • Page 16: Precautions For Use

    If the following situations occur, turn the power off, remove the power plug from the power outlet and contact the Canon Customer Support Center. Failure to do so could cause a fire or result in an electric shock.

  • Page 17: Precautions For Installation

    Pay attention to the following points regarding the power source, power plug and han- dling of the connector. Failure to do so could result in a fire, electric shock or personal injury. • Do not use any power source with a voltage other than the voltage indicated (AC 100 –...

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    These could cause an electric shock or burn. If inspection, maintenance or repair is required, contact the Canon Customer Support Center. • Do not disassemble or modify the projector (including consumable parts) or the remote control.

  • Page 19: Precautions On The Lamp

    • Be sure to remove the power plug from the power outlet before replacing the lamp. • When the lamp is damaged, shards of glass may be scattered inside the projector. Contact the Canon Customer Support Center for cleaning and inspection of the pro- jector interior and lamp replacement.

  • Page 20: Precautions For The Batteries Of The Remote Control

    Safety Instructions When handling the lamp, pay attention to the following points. • Be sure not to handle the lamp immediately after it has been used. Be sure to switch off the power and wait for approximately 1 hour for the lamp and the projector to cool down sufficiently.

  • Page 21: For Safe Use

    Removal and installation of the lens unit should not be performed by the user. Be sure to have the procedure performed by a quali- fied technician or contact the Canon Customer Support Center. For Safe Use...

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    When using the projector at altitudes greater than 2,300 m, or for upward pro- jection or downward projection, it is necessary to change the settings of the projector. For further details, contact the Canon Customer Support Center. For Safe Use...

  • Page 23: Before Use

    Table of Contents Safety Instructions Before Use Before Use Projecting an Image Useful Functions Available During a Presentation Setting Functions from Menus Installation Connecting to a Network Maintenance Appendix Index...

  • Page 24: Supplied Accessories

    Supplied Accessories Check that the following accessories have been supplied with the projector.  Remote control  Batteries for the (part No.: RS-RC04)  VGA cable (1.8 m) for connection to a computer (part No.: YH7-2307) (mini D-sub 15-pin / mini D-sub 15-pin) ■Installing Remote Control Batteries Open the battery com- partment lid.

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    Pay attention to the following points when handling the bat- teries. Failing to do so could result in a fire or personal injury. • Do not heat, short circuit or disassemble the batteries, or place them in a fire. • Do not attempt to recharge the batteries. •...

  • Page 26: Preparing The Remote Control

    Preparing the Remote Control ■Remote Control Operating Range Point the remote control at the infrared remote receiver on the front or rear of the projector whenever pressing any button. • Use the remote control within a distance of approximately 8 m (26.3') from the projector. •...

  • Page 27: Part Names

    Part Names Main Unit ■Front Side Power cord connector (P45) Terminals and con- nectors Air filter (P159) Anti-theft lock hole An anti-theft wire cable (not included) can be connected. Side control (P32) Lens unit Air intake vent Infrared remote receiver (P26) Do not block the air intake.

  • Page 28: Rear Side

    Part Names ■Rear Side ■Bottom Side Adjustable feet (P118) Exhaust vent Do not block the air exhaust. Doing so may cause a malfunc- tion. Lamp cover Infrared remote receiver (P26) Screw holes for installation of ceiling attachment...

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    Depending on the installation environment, an extension pipe (part No.: RS-CL08 or RS-CL09) may also be required. Contact the Canon Customer Support Center for more detailed information. • Make sure to use the optional ceil- ing attachment.

  • Page 30: Remote Control

    Part Names Remote Control The projector can be operated using buttons on the remote control or the side control on the main unit. The remote control allows you to operate all functions of the projector. POWER button (P45, P66) Turns the projector on or off. FOCUS button (P59) Adjusts focusing.

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    INPUT button (P49) Switches the input signal. ZOOM button (P58) Adjusts the image size. [ ] / [ ] buttons: Increase the image size. [ ] / [ ] buttons: Decrease the image size. AUTO PC button (P51) Adjusts tracking etc. automatically in accordance with the signal from a computer when the analog PC input is selected.

  • Page 32: Side Control

    Part Names Side Control (1) LED indicators (P33) The projector status is shown by the LED indicators (off / on / flashing). For indicator status, refer to “LED Indicator Displays” (P33). • POWER ON (green): Lights up or flashes when the power is on. •...

  • Page 33: Led Indicator Displays

    ■LED Indicator Displays The illumination status of the LED indicators indicates the operating status of the projec- tor. : Off : Lit : Flashing LED indicator POWER STAND BY WARN- (red) ING (red) (green) * Either the [POWER ON] or [STAND BY] indicator lights up, depending on the power sta- tus.

  • Page 34: Input Terminal

    Part Names Input Terminal (1)LAN port (P132) Connects the LAN cable. Used to connect the projector to a network. (2)ANALOG PC / COMPONENT IN Terminal /COMPONENT IN) (P39, P43) Receives the analog PC signal (Analog PC). A component cable can be used to receive the component image signal (Component). (3)DVI-D IN Terminal ( Connects the external monitor output from a computer.

  • Page 35: User's Manual (operation)

    MULTIMEDIA PROJECTOR User’s Manual (Operation)

  • Page 37: Projecting An Image

    Projecting an Image Table of Contents Safety Instructions Before Use Projecting an Image Useful Functions Available During a Presentation Setting Functions from Menus Installation Connecting to a Network Maintenance Appendix Index...

  • Page 38: Steps For Connecting The Projector And Projecting An Image

    Steps for Connecting the Projector and Projecting an Image Installation work should be performed by a quali- fied technician. Contact the Canon Customer Sup- port Center for further information. Connecting the Projector to Equipment (P128) Starting Projection (P45) Do you want to project an image from a...

  • Page 39: Connecting The Projector

    Connecting the Projector Connecting the Projector to a Computer Connect the projector to the computer. A digital connection (P40) is recommended when projecting a WUXGA or UXGA image in high quality. When using a computer with an HDMI output terminal, a digital connection (P41) can be made using an HDMI cable.

  • Page 40: Connecting To Dvi Monitor Output Terminal (digital Connection)

    Connecting the Projector BNC cable (Input signal type: [Analog PC] – P48) Computer Mini D-sub 15-pin - BNC terminal con- verter cable (not in- cluded) Monitor output ter- minal (mini D-sub 15-pin) When inputting corresponding sound. AUDIO OUT terminal (AUDIO OUT) •...

  • Page 41: Hdmi Cable (input Signal Type: [hdmi] - P48)

    ■HDMI cable (Input signal type: [HDMI] – P48) Computer HDMI cable (not included) Digital image * When an HDMI cable is connected, digi- output terminal tal sound is also connected at the same (HDMI terminal) time. ■Outputting Audio to Speakers It is possible to output audio from the projected images to amplified speakers.

  • Page 42: Connecting To Av Equipment

    Connecting the Projector Connecting to AV Equipment Connect the projector and AV equipment. The description provided here is one example. For more detailed information, refer to the manual for the connected AV equipment. Before connecting the cables, turn off both the projector and AV equipment. ■Connecting to Digital Video Output Terminal (Digital Connection) HDMI cable (Input signal type: [HDMI] –...

  • Page 43: Connecting To Analog Video Output Terminal (analog Connection)

    ■Connecting to Analog Video Output Terminal (Analog Connection) Component cable (Input signal type: [Component] – P48) A component video signal from the AV equipment can be inputted into the projector by connecting the component cable to the ANALOG PC / COMPONENT IN terminal of the projector.

  • Page 44: Outputting Audio To Speakers

    Connecting the Projector ■Outputting Audio to Speakers It is possible to output audio from the projected images to AV equipment or amplified speakers. Projector To AUDIO OUT Use an audio cable without a built-in resistor. Using an audio cable with a built-in resistor will reduce the audio volume.

  • Page 45: Starting Projection

    Starting Projection Check the connection between the projector and the computer or AV equipment. (P42 – P44) Connect the power cord and make sure that the [STAND BY] indicator is lit (red). Connect the ground terminal on the power plug to ground. Not doing so could result in an electric shock.

  • Page 46: When The Language Selection Screen Appears

    Starting Projection Changing Operations When Projector is Turned On You can change operations when the projector is turned on as follows. • You can turn on the projector by connecting the power cord, without pressing the POWER button. (P98) • You can change the countdown window. (P87) •...

  • Page 47: When Notebook Computer Screen Does Not Appear

    ■When Notebook Computer Screen Does Not Appear Set your notebook computer to output signals to an external monitor. For more details, refer to “Changing Notebook Computer Screen Output” below. ■Adjusting Image • For the display resolution of the computer, select “1920 x 1200 pixels” or the resolution closest to the output signal resolution of the computer.

  • Page 48: Selecting An Input Signal (input)

    Selecting an Input Signal (INPUT) Select the input signal in the [Input] menu when you want to project a digital PC or AV equipment signal, or to switch between inputs when multiple computers or multiple sets of AV equipment are connected. Skip this step if you have not changed the input signal since the last projection.

  • Page 49: Selecting An Input Signal

    ■Selecting an Input Signal Press the INPUT button to display the window shown on the lower right. Remote control The currently active input signal is marked with a circle and highlighted in orange. An input signal that is ready for projection is displayed in white. When no signal is received, it is displayed in gray.

  • Page 50: Adjusting The Image

    Adjusting the Image Setting the Display Resolution of the Computer Based on the performance of the projector (resolution: 1920 x 1200 pixels), set the dis- play resolution of the computer to “1920 x 1200 pixels” or the resolution closest to the out- put signal resolution of the computer.

  • Page 51: Mac Os X

    ■Mac OS X Open the Apple Menu and select [System Preferences]. In the [System Preferences] window, click the [Displays] icon to display the Display window. Select the [Display] tab and select “1920 x 1200” or the resolution closest to the out- put signal resolution of the computer from the [Resolutions] list.

  • Page 52: Selecting Screen Aspect And Aspect

    Adjusting the Image Selecting Screen Aspect and Aspect Select an optimum aspect ratio of the projected image (screen aspect) or an optimum screen mode (aspect) according to the aspect ratio of the screen, type of input image signal and so on for the projection to make best use of the screen size. [Screen aspect] Select the same screen aspect ratio as the screen you are using.

  • Page 53

    Use the [ ] / [ ] buttons to select the desired contents. Remote control 16:10 Select this when you use a screen with aspect ratio of 16:10. Also, select this when you project an image on a wall. You can correct keystone distortion with this mode.

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    Adjusting the Image Moving Image with 16:9 D. Image Shift Press the D.SHIFT/KEYSTONE button when [16:9 D. image shift] is selected as the screen aspect in order to display the window shown on the lower right. Remote control Use the [ ] / [ ] buttons to move the image. The minimum value is -60, and the max- imum value is +60.

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    Moving Image with 4:3 D. Image Shift Press the D.SHIFT/KEYSTONE button when [4:3 D. image shift] is selected as the screen aspect in order to display the window shown on the lower right. Remote control Use [ ] / [ ] to move the image. The minimum value is -160, and the maximum value is +160.

  • Page 56: Selecting Aspect Ratio

    Adjusting the Image ■Selecting Aspect Ratio Select the aspect ratio of projected image based on the input signal type, aspect ratio of the screen and resolution. For more details, refer to page Types of Aspect Ratios Auto The image is projected at the aspect ratio of the input signal. Select this mode for nor- mal image projection.

  • Page 57: How To Select An Aspect Ratio

    Adjusting the Image How to Select an Aspect Ratio Press the ASPECT button on the remote control and select an appropriate aspect ratio. Press the ASPECT button to change the aspect ratio type. For more details on the aspect ratios, refer to page “Relationship between Aspect and Screen Aspect”.

  • Page 58: Adjusting The Image Size

    Adjusting the Image Adjusting the Image Size The size of the projected image can be adjusted by pressing the ZOOM button on the remote control or the LENS button on the projector. Change the projector installation position if your desired image is too large or too small to adjust it with the zoom function.

  • Page 59: Adjusting The Focus

    Adjusting the Focus To adjust the focus, press the FOCUS button on the remote control or the LENS button on the projector. For the projection distances of the Standard Zoom Lens (RS-IL01ST) / Long Zoom Lens (RS-IL02LZ) / Short Fixed Lens (RS-IL03WF), refer to page Image Size and Projecting Distance”.

  • Page 60: Adjusting The Image Position

    Adjusting the Image Adjusting the Image Position To adjust the screen position up, down, left, or right, press the LENS-SHIFT button on the remote control or the LENS button on the projector. This function is referred to as “lens shift” because the position of the projected image is changed by moving the lens posi- tion.

  • Page 61: Resetting The Position

    ■Resetting the Position The lens position after movement with the lens shift function is not returned when the power is turned off. To return it to its original position, perform reset. During screen position adjustment, press and hold the LENS-SHIFT button on the remote control or the LENS button on the projector to display the [Lens shift Reset] window.

  • Page 62: Adjusting Keystone Distortion

    Adjusting the Image Adjusting Keystone Distortion The D.SHIFT/KEYSTONE button can be used to correct keystone distortion. • Keystone can be adjusted within the range of ±20 degrees. If the keystone distortion is too large to adjust, move the projector installation position so that it is completely straight. •...

  • Page 63: Resetting The Keystone Adjustment

    Press the pointer buttons to adjust. Remote control [ ] button Reduces the length of the upper edge [ ] button Reduces the length of the left edge When keystone distortion has been corrected, press the OK button. ■Resetting the Keystone Adjustment Perform the following steps to reset the keystone adjustment.

  • Page 64: Selecting An Image Mode

    Selecting an Image Mode You can select an image mode to suit the projected image. In each image mode, you can further adjust the brightness, contrast, sharpness, gamma, color adjustment, advanced adjustment, and lamp mode. (P88) ■Image Modes The image modes which can be selected vary somewhat depending on the selected input signal.

  • Page 65: How To Select An Image Mode

    Selecting an Image Mode ■How to Select an Image Mode Press the IMAGE button on the remote control to select. The image mode changes each time the IMAGE button is pressed. (The displayed image modes vary depending on the selected input signal.) Remote control You can also select any image mode from the [Image mode] menu.

  • Page 66: Turning Off The Projector

    Turning Off the Projector Press the POWER button to display the window shown on the lower right. Remote control When this window is displayed, press the POWER button again to turn off the power. The lamp goes off, the [STAND BY] indicator starts flashing in red and the cooling process starts.

  • Page 67: Useful Functions Available During A Presentation

    Useful Functions Available During a Presentation Table of Contents Safety Instructions Before Use Projecting an Image Useful Functions Available During a Presentation Setting Functions from Menus Installation Connecting to a Network Maintenance Appendix Index...

  • Page 68: Useful Functions Available During A Presentation

    Useful Functions Available During a Presentation Temporarily Blacking Out an Image Useful when: • You have finished the presentation. • You want to divert attendees' attention from the screen. Remote control Press the button to black out the image. Press the button again to show the image.

  • Page 69: Adjusting The Volume

    Useful Functions Available During a Presentation Adjusting the Volume Useful when: • You want to adjust the volume level of the projector or external speakers. Remote control Press the button. The following screen appears. • You can also adjust the volume level with buttons of the projector.

  • Page 70: Zooming An Image

    Useful Functions Available During a Presentation Zooming an Image Useful when: • Zooming in on an object such as a small graph during a presentation (up to 12x). • Focusing on the current subject. Press the button. A part of the image is enlarged each time the button is pressed.

  • Page 71: Showing The Elapsed Time

    Useful Functions Available During a Presentation Showing the Elapsed Time Useful when: • You want to manage the timing of the presen- tation. Screen Press the button to start counting. • The elapsed time is displayed on the lower right corner of the screen. •...

  • Page 73: Setting Functions From Menus

    Setting Functions from Menus Table of Contents Safety Instructions Before Use Projecting an Image Useful Functions Available During a Presentation Setting Functions from Menus Installation Connecting to a Network Maintenance Appendix Index...

  • Page 74: How To Use Menus

    How to Use Menus Use the menus to set the operation of the projector in detail. ■Menu Configuration The menu screen is divided into 5 tabs as shown below. [Display settings] tab (P77) You can set the type of signal or the method of projection of the images input.

  • Page 75: Basic Operation Of Menu

    ■Basic Operation of Menu Press the [MENU] button to display the menu window. Remote control Use the [ ] [ ] buttons to select a tab. Remote control • If the tab position is not highlighted in orange, use the [ ] / [ ] buttons to move the highlight to the top.

  • Page 76

    How to Use Menus Select contents. How to select the contents varies depending on the item. Selecting from a list Example: Aspect Adjusting with the [ ] / [ ] buttons Example: Contrast Selecting from a different screen (1) Example: Menu position Selecting from a different screen (2) Example: Tracking Pressing the MENU button causes the menu screen to disappear.

  • Page 77: Setting Display Status

    Setting Display Status Selecting an Image Pro- jection Mode [Aspect] HDMI Component Digital PC Analog PC You can select a projection mode corre- sponding to the aspect ratio of the image. (P56) Aspect • Different contents are displayed for differ- ent screen aspects or input signal types.

  • Page 78: Selecting An Input Signal Type (analog Pc)

    Setting Display Status Selecting an Input Signal Type (Analog PC) [Input signal select] HDMI Component Digital PC Analog PC You can select a suitable resolution if auto PC adjustment function (P51) cannot project the correct image from a computer. Input signal select Press the OK button to accept your setting and then press the MENU button.

  • Page 79: Adjust Input Signal (analog Pc) Total Dots

    Adjust Input Signal (Ana- log PC) Total dots [Input signal settings] - [Total dots] HDMI Component Digital PC Analog PC You can adjust the total number of dots in the horizontal direction. Adjust it when stripes are displayed on the screen.

  • Page 80: Adjust Input Signal (analog Pc) Horizontal Position

    Setting Display Status Adjust Input Signal (Ana- log PC) Horizontal posi- tion [Input signal settings] - [Horizontal position] HDMI Component Digital PC Analog PC You can adjust the horizontal position of the screen when the projected image is shifted in the horizontal direction. Input signal settings Horizontal position Use [ ] / [ ] to select a value.

  • Page 81: Adjust Input Signal (analog Pc) Horizontal Pixels

    Adjust Input Signal (Ana- log PC) Horizontal pixels [Input signal settings] - [Horizontal pixels] HDMI Component Digital PC Analog PC You can adjust the number of the pixels in the horizontal direction if the length of the screen is too long or too short in the hori- zontal direction.

  • Page 82: Selecting Hdmi Input Level

    Setting Display Status Selecting HDMI Input Level [HDMI input level] HDMI Component Digital PC Analog PC You can select this as required when you project visual software with an HDMI sig- nal. HDMI input level Press the OK button to accept your setting and then press the MENU button.

  • Page 83: Select Hdmi Over Scan

    Select HDMI Over Scan [HDMI over scan] HDMI Component Digital PC Analog PC You can select this as required when you project visual software using an HDMI sig- nal. HDMI over scan The entire input signal (100%) is pro- jected. The images projected may be smaller than the full projection screen.

  • Page 84: Selecting A Menu Position

    Setting Display Status Selecting a Menu Position [Menu position] HDMI Component Digital PC Analog PC You can change the position of menus dis- played. Menu position Move the menu to the desired position with the [ ], [ ], [ ] / [ ] buttons. When the menu has been moved to the desired position, press the OK or MENU button.

  • Page 85: Reversing Projection

    Ceiling mounted projection Rear projection Rear ceiling mounted projection • To hang the projector from the ceiling, use the optional bracket. Contact the Canon Customer Support Center for more detailed information. • If you flip the image, the keystone distor- tion adjustment will be reset.

  • Page 86: No Signal Screen

    Setting Display Status No Signal Screen [User screen settings] - [No signal screen] HDMI Component Digital PC Analog PC You can display either a black or blue screen when there is no input signal. User screen settings No signal screen Black The screen is all black.

  • Page 87: Screen When Blank

    Displays the Canon logo that was registered in advance at the factory. Press the OK button to accept your setting and then press the MENU button. • [Canon logo] is the factory default. Selecting Aspect Ratio of Screen [Screen aspect] HDMI...

  • Page 88: Selecting An Image Quality

    Selecting an Image Quality Image adjustment [Image mode] HDMI Component Digital PC Analog PC You can select an image mode suitable for the projected image. (P64) You can also select it with the IMAGE but- ton on the remote control. (P65) Image mode Standard Suitable for projecting a computer...

  • Page 89: Saving The Desired Image Quality

    Saving the Desired Image Quality [Create Profile] HDMI Component Digital PC Analog PC Up to 5 combinations of image quality set- tings can be stored. The stored image quality can be selected as an image mode. Create Profile Use the [ ] / [ ] buttons and select the save destination.

  • Page 90: Adjusting The Brightness

    Selecting an Image Quality Adjusting the Brightness [Brightness] HDMI Component Digital PC Analog PC You can adjust the brightness of images. Brightness [ ] Increases the brightness of an image. [ ] Decreases the brightness of an image. When you have completed the adjust- ment, press the MENU button.

  • Page 91: Adjusting The Sharpness

    Adjusting the Sharpness [Sharpness] HDMI Component Digital PC Analog PC You can adjust the sharpness of images. Sharpness Increases the sharpness of an image. Decreases the sharpness of an image. When you have completed the adjust- ment, press the MENU button. •...

  • Page 92: Adjusting Color

    Selecting an Image Quality Adjusting Color [Color adjustment] HDMI Component Digital PC Analog PC You can adjust the color depth and hue of images for each primary color, red, green and blue. The color temperature can also be adjusted. Color adjustment Color Adjusts the intensity of each color.

  • Page 93: Correcting The Image According To The Ambient Light

    Correcting the Image According to the Ambi- ent Light [Advanced adjustment] - [Ambient light] HDMI Component Digital PC Analog PC You can correct and more effectively project an image according to the ambient light on the screen. Advanced adjustment Ambient light Projects an image with no correc- tion.

  • Page 94: Noise Reduction

    Selecting an Image Quality Noise reduction [Advanced adjustment] - [Noise reduction] HDMI Component Digital PC Analog PC You can reduce image noise. Advanced adjustment Noise reduction Disables noise reduction. Weak Specifies the intensity of the noise Middle reduction in three steps. Strong Press the OK button to accept your setting and then press the MENU button.

  • Page 95: Memory Color Correction

    Memory Color Correction [Advanced adjustment] - [Mem. color correct] HDMI Component Digital PC Analog PC This function produces beautiful skin tones, blues, and other colors. Advanced adjustment Mem. color correct Disables the memory color correc- tion function. Specifies the intensity of the memory color correction in three steps.

  • Page 96: Detailed Gamma Correction

    Selecting an Image Quality Detailed Gamma Correc- tion [Advanced adjustment] - [Fine-Tune Gamma] HDMI Component Digital PC Analog PC The four gamma curves (white, red, green, blue) can be adjusted. When the white curve is adjusted, the adjustment is also applied to the other three colors.

  • Page 97: Reducing The Lamp Brightness

    Reducing the Lamp Brightness [Lamp mode] HDMI Component Digital PC Analog PC Reducing the lamp brightness reduces power consumption and cooling fan noise. You can also enable or disable this mode with the LAMP button on the remote con- trol. Lamp mode Normal Projects an image at the normal...

  • Page 98: Setting Various Functions

    Setting Various Functions Selecting the Power Man- agement Mode [Power management mode] HDMI Component Digital PC Analog PC You can turn off the lamp or projector auto- matically in order to save power when the projector is not in use. Power management mode Disables the power management mode.

  • Page 99: Enabling / Disabling The Beep

    Enabling / Disabling the Beep [Beep] HDMI Component Digital PC Analog PC You can select whether a beep sounds or not when you operate the projector. Beep Disables the beep. Enables the beep. Press the OK button to accept your setting and then press the MENU button.

  • Page 100: Main Unit And Remote Control Channel Settings

    Setting Various Functions Main Unit and Remote Control Channel Settings [Remote control] HDMI Component Digital PC Analog PC When using multiple projectors at the same time (maximum 4), you can assign a different channel to each remote control so that each operates independently. Remote control Select the main unit channel.

  • Page 101: Selecting A Display Language

    Selecting a Display Language [Language] HDMI Component Digital PC Analog PC You can select the language in which the menus are displayed. Language Use the [ ], [ ], [ ] / [ ] buttons to select the menu language, then press the OK button.

  • Page 102: Showing / Hiding The Input Status

    Setting Various Functions Showing / Hiding the Input Status [Show Input Status] HDMI Component Digital PC Analog PC Select whether or not to show the input signal status on the screen when there is no signal or a signal has been set. Show Input Status The input status is not displayed.

  • Page 103: Setting A Password

    Setting a Password [Other settings] - [Password settings] HDMI Component Digital PC Analog PC Disables the projector unless the correct password is entered. Other settings Password settings The projector can be used even if no pass- word is entered. The projector cannot be used unless you enter your password.

  • Page 104: Registering A Password

    Setting Various Functions Registering a Password [Other settings] - [Register password] HDMI Component Digital PC Analog PC You can register a password for starting projection. Other settings Register password Press the OK button after selecting [Reg- ister password], and the following screen for registering a password appears.

  • Page 105: Lens Shift Reset

    Lens Shift Reset [Other settings] - [Lens shift Reset] HDMI Component Digital PC Analog PC Resets the lens shift (P60) setting to the standard position. Other settings Lens shift Reset Select [Lens shift Reset] and press the OK button. The following screen for confirma- tion appears.

  • Page 106: Showing / Hiding The High Temperature Warning Icon

    Setting Various Functions Showing / Hiding the High Temperature Warning Icon [Other settings] - [Overheat Warning Display] HDMI Component Digital PC Analog PC You can select whether or not to display the [High temperature warning] icon when the temperature inside the projector has increased and is approaching the overheat temperature.

  • Page 107: Resetting The Lamp Counter

    • When deflicker is performed, the image adjustment screen is projected for approx- imately 20 seconds. • To cancel deflicker, press the POWER but- ton. Setting Various Functions Resetting the Lamp Counter [Other settings] - [Lamp counter] HDMI Digital PC You can reset the lamp counter that indi- cates the time for lamp replacement.

  • Page 108: About The Display Of The Lamp Counter

    Setting Various Functions Select [OK] on the screen for confirmation and press the OK button to reset the lamp counter. Press the MENU button. ■ About the Display of the Lamp Counter The lamp counter displays the hours of use of the lamp in the following way. Less than 2,700 hours Displayed as a green bar.

  • Page 109: Resetting To The Default Setting

    Resetting to the Default Setting [Other settings] - [Factory defaults] HDMI Component Digital PC Analog PC You can reset the menu item settings and restore the system settings to the factory defaults. Other settings Factory defaults Select [Factory defaults] and press the OK button.

  • Page 110: Checking Projector Information

    Checking Projector Information [Information] HDMI Component Digital PC Analog PC You can check information about the signal types of the images projected and other information. Information shown Item Model name WUX5000 or WUX4000 Input signal Details of the input signal currently selected Information such as the signal type, signal resolution, and frequency is displayed.

  • Page 111: Installation Manual (installation And Maintenance)

    MULTIMEDIA PROJECTOR Installation Manual (Installation and Maintenance) Do not attempt installation yourself. Be sure to request installation from a qualified technician or contact the Canon Customer Support Center.

  • Page 113: Installation

    Table of Contents Safety Instructions Installation Before Use Projecting an Image Useful Functions Available During a Presentation Setting Functions from Menus Installation Connecting to a Network Maintenance Appendix Index...

  • Page 114: Installation Precautions

    Removal and installation of the lens unit should not be performed by the user. Be sure to have the procedure performed by a qualified technician or contact the Canon Customer Support Center. – 22. Pay attention to the following Intake...

  • Page 115

    ■ When Using the Projector at Altitudes Greater than 2,300 m Contact the Canon Customer Support Center if you intend to use this projector at altitudes of 2,300 m or higher. Installation Precautions...

  • Page 116: When Using Mounted On The Ceiling

    However, if projecting upward life span of the lamp may be shortened, and it is necessary to change the settings of the projector. If using the projector for upward or downward projection, please contact the Canon Customer Support Center. 10° 10° Upward projection:...

  • Page 117: Installation Procedure

    Installation Procedure Selecting the Projection Method and Installation Location (P118) Installing / Removing the Lens Unit (P119) Setting Up the Projector (P124) Connecting to AV Equipment (P128) Selecting an Input Signal (P48) Adjusting the Image (P50) Connecting to a Network (P131)

  • Page 118: Selecting The Projection Method And Installation Location

    Selecting the Projection Method and Installation Location ■Ceiling Mounting or Rear Projection You can mount the projector on the ceiling (ceiling mounting) with it turned upside down or place it behind the screen (rear projection) if you use a translucent screen. Ceiling Mounting Make sure to use the optional ceiling attachment.

  • Page 119: Installing / Removing The Lens Unit

    • For details about which devices the projector is compatible with, contact the Canon Customer Support Center. Use a Phillips-head screwdriver and loosen the lamp cover screw, then open the lamp cover.

  • Page 120

    Installing / Removing the Lens Unit Loosen the cosmetic panel screw, then slide the cosmetic panel toward the rear to remove it. The cosmetic panel screw is attached to the cosmetic panel and designed to prevent it from falling off. In order to prevent damage, close the lamp cover and temporarily fasten the screw.

  • Page 121

    Then turn the projector back over and remove the sleeve. Referring the following illustration, insert the lens connector of the lens unit into the front right side of the projector slowly until it contacts the end. At this time, pull out the lens cable shown in the illustration and fix it.

  • Page 122

    Installing / Removing the Lens Unit Insert the projector lens cable into the connector until a click sound is heard. Return the sleeve, cosmetic panel, and lamp cover to their original conditions. When the power is first turned on after the lens unit has been installed or replaced, lens shift initialization operation will be performed.

  • Page 123: Removing The Lens Unit

    ■Removing the Lens Unit Perform steps 1 to 5 of “Installing the Lens Unit” sleeve. Disconnect the lens cable from the lens connector. When pulling out (disconnecting) the lens cable, press the buttons on both sides of the lens cable connector while pulling out the cable. Fix the lens cable as shown in the illustration and loosen the 4 screws to remove the lens unit.

  • Page 124: Setting Up The Projector

    Setting Up the Projector ■Positioning the Projector in Front of the Screen Place the projector in front of the screen. • Be sure to place the projector parallel to the screen to ensure distortion-free projection. • The screen must not be exposed to direct sunlight or light from lighting equipment.

  • Page 125

    Lens unit Diagonal when 16:10 16:10 (diagonal) Width Height Standard Zoom Lens RS-IL01ST 1077 1185 1292 Long Zoom Lens RS-IL02LZ 1077 1185 1292 Short Fixed Lens RS-IL03WF * H1 and H2 are the distances when the lens shift is the default value (listed below). Standard Zoom Lens, Long Zoom Lens: Up / down +50%, left / right 0% Short Fixed Lens: Up / down / left / right 0% Setting Up the Projector...

  • Page 126: Lens Shift Function

    Setting Up the Projector ■Lens Shift Function The projector includes a lens shift function. Operation of the buttons slides the lens up, down, left, and right, moving the image position. For the function operations, refer to “Adjusting the Image Position” (P60). The amount of lens shift is indicated as a percentage relative to the image height and width.

  • Page 127

    90° Moves right by up to approximately 10% of the image width. At maximum rightward lens shift Area where lens movement is not possible With the Standard Zoom Lens and Long Zoom Lens, when the shift exceeds 44% in the upward direction, the amount of available shift in the left / right directions decreases.

  • Page 128: Connecting To Av Equipment

    Connecting to AV Equipment ■Connectable Equipment and Input Terminals HDMI Use this name to select the image input. HDMI IN The name of the terminal to which to terminal connect equipment. Analog PC / Component ANALOG PC / COMPO- NENT IN terminal Computer (P39, P40) AV equipment (P43) Service port (not...

  • Page 129: Connection Terminal And Connection Cable

    ■Connection Terminal and Connection Cable Input signal Input terminal HDMI Digital PC COMPONENT IN Analog PC COMPONENT IN Component Connecting to AV Equipment Types of connection cables HDMI cable (not included) DVI-D cable (not included) VGA cable (supplied item) BNC cable (not included) Mini D-sub 15-pin - BNC terminal converter cable (not included) Component cable (not included)

  • Page 131: Connecting To A Network

    Connecting to a Network Table of Contents Safety Instructions Before Use Projecting an Image Useful Functions Available During a Presentation Setting Functions from Menus Installation Connecting to a Network Maintenance Appendix Index...

  • Page 132: Preparing The Remote Control

    Preparing the Remote Control If the projector is connected to a network, projector error notification mails can be received via a computer and a computer can be used to control the projector. Settings related to the network connection can be made from either the projector side (P138) or computer side (P142).

  • Page 133: Setting An Ip Address

    Setting an IP Address Following is an explanation of how to set the PC IP address for each operating system. ■Windows 7 From the PC [Start] menu, select [Control Panel]. Click on [Network and Internet Connections], then click on [View network status and tasks].

  • Page 134: Windows Vista

    Preparing the Remote Control ■Windows Vista From the PC [Start] menu, select [Control Panel]. Click on [View network status and tasks]. From the menu on the left side of the window, click on [Manage network connections]. Right-click [Local Area Connection], and open [Properties]. Select [Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IP)] and click the [Properties] button.

  • Page 135: Windows Xp

    ■Windows XP From the PC [Start] menu, select [Control Panel]. Select [Network and Internet Connections] and open [Network Connections]. Right-click [Local Area Connection], and open [Properties]. Select [Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)] and click the [Properties] button. Take notes of the original network settings (IP address, subnet mask, default gateway, etc). Select [Use the following IP address] and set the IP address and subnet mask.

  • Page 136: Mac Os X

    Preparing the Remote Control ■Mac OS X Open the Apple Menu and select [System Preferences]. In the System Preferences window, click [Network] to display the Network preference window. Select [Built-in Ethernet] and click the [TCP/IP] tab. Take notes of the original network settings (IP address, subnet mask, router, DNS server, etc.).

  • Page 137: Network Settings On The Projector

    Network Settings on the Projector From the projector menus screen, network settings can be configured on the [Net- work Setting] tab. For the menu opera- tions, refer to “How to Use Menus” (P74). Locking the Network Settings [Network setting lock] You can lock / unlock the network settings so that they cannot be changed and cancel the lock.

  • Page 138: Turning On / Off The Network Function

    Network Settings on the Projector Turning On / Off the Network Function [Network function] You can turn the projector network function on and off. Power can be saved by turning the function off. Network function Disables the network function. Enables the network function. Press the OK button to accept your setting and then press the MENU button.

  • Page 139: Registering A Network Password

    Registering a Network Pass- word [Register Network Password] Register the projector network password. Register Network Password When [Register Network Password] is selected, the window shown below appears. Press the [ ], [ ], [ ] / [ ] but- tons in any combination and enter the 4- digit password.

  • Page 140: Turning On / Off Dhcp Function

    Network Settings on the Projector What is PJLink? In September 2003, the PJLink Work- ing Group was established under the Data Projector Committee. During the first year, this PJLink Working Group standardized PJLink as a new inter- face specification for projectors. PJLink is a unified standard for opera- tion and control of projectors.

  • Page 141: Tcp / Ip Setting

    TCP / IP Setting [TCP/IP setting] Configure the projector TCP / IP settings. TCP/IP setting When [TCP/IP setting] is selected, the win- dow shown below appears. Use the [ ] buttons to select the IP address, then press the OK button. Next, use the [ ] and [ ] buttons to select the digit and the / [ ] buttons to change the value.

  • Page 142: Configuring The Network From The Computer

    Configuring the Network From the Computer ■Displaying and Configuring the Network Configuration Screen Turn on the computer and projector. Launch a web browser, enter “http://(projector IP address)” in the address bar, and press the Enter key. The password input screen appears. The factory default IP address is “192.168.254.254”.

  • Page 143

    Configuring the Network From the Computer The following information is displayed. Projector name Location MAC address IP address Power Status Lamp Time Normal Mode Lamp Time Quiet Mode Lamp Time Converted Filter Time Alert To operate the projector from the computer, click [Projector control] (P153). To configure, click [Settings].

  • Page 144

    Configuring the Network From the Computer Select the function to set from the menu (1), then enter the setting in the displayed field (2) and click [OK] (3). A confirmation window appears. Check the contents and if they are correct, click [Apply].

  • Page 145: Resetting To Factory Defaults

    Configuring the Network From the Computer ■Resetting to Factory Defaults Perform steps 1 - 3 of “Displaying and Configuring the Network Configuration Screen” (P142) to display the setting window. Click [Initialize]. A confirmation window appears. Click [OK]. ■Setting Errors When a setting-related error occurs, the error name is displayed on the screen, and a “!”...

  • Page 146

    Configuring the Network From the Computer The error meanings are as shown below. Error Input error Password setting error Invalid SMTP System failed to connect SMTP server. System failed to connect POP3 server. System doesn't support this auth type. System failed to authenticate. The system failed to send the test mail.

  • Page 147: Setting Up The Network

    Setting Up the Network ■Setting Basic Information [Network] From [Network] in the settings window, you can log into the web screen and set basic network information. For the setting procedure, refer to “Displaying and Configuring the Network Configuration Screen” (P142). Item Password User name...

  • Page 148: Setting Up Email [mail]

    Enter the number of times to resend mail when an error occurred within the range of 0 - 255 using 1-byte numbers. Select whether to turn the error mail sending function on or off. Factory default setting MailUserAccount <Blank> Projector@canon.co.jp 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 (GMT) Dublin, Lisbon, London...

  • Page 149: Mail Authentication Settings [mail Auth]

    ■Mail Authentication Settings [Mail auth] From [Mail auth] in the settings window, you can configure the settings for authentica- tion of mail that is sent when an error occurs. For the setting procedure, refer to “Dis- playing and Configuring the Network Configuration Screen” (P142). Item Mail authentication User name...

  • Page 150: Sending A Test Mail [send Test Mail]

    The sender name which was set from [Mail] in the settings window (P148) is displayed. Subject: The predetermined mail title “Canon Projector test” is displayed. ■SNMP Settings [SNMP] From [SNMP] in the settings window, you can configure the settings related to control of projectors which use SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol).

  • Page 151: Setting Projector Information [projector Info.]

    Item SNMP Select the SNMP function version. If OFF is selected, the SNMP function will be turned off and the other settings in this window cannot be changed. Receive community Enter the community name which will receive projector information in 1-byte alphanumeric characters and symbols (1 - 15 characters).

  • Page 152: Setting Pjlink [pjlink]

    Setting Up the Network ■Setting PJLink [PJLink] From [PJLink] in the setting window, you can set the PJLink functions which are the standard for projector management on a network. For the setting procedure, refer to “Displaying and Configuring the Network Configuration Screen” (P142). For informa- tion about PJLink, refer to “What is PJLink?”...

  • Page 153: Controlling The Projector From A Computer

    Controlling the Projector from a Computer When the projector is connected to a network, it is possible to control the projector from a computer via the network. Turn on the computer and projector. Launch a web browser, enter “http://(projector IP address)” in the address bar, and press the Enter key.

  • Page 154

    Controlling the Projector from a Computer The projector control screen appears. The projector can be controlled from this screen. Item Projector name IP address Refresh Power Input Aspect Image mode Blank Mute Auto PC Information When the operations are finished, click [Back to top] to return the initial web screen. Explanation The name of the connected projector is displayed.

  • Page 155: Error Mail

    Check whether the air filter unit is installed properly. If it is installed properly, the air filter unit detection switch may be defective. Contact your dealer. Other types of Error Unknown Error errors name Text Code in hexadecimal numbers* * For details, contact the Canon Customer Support Center.

  • Page 157: Maintenance

    Table of Contents Safety Instructions Maintenance Before Use Projecting an Image Useful Functions Available During a Presentation Setting Functions from Menus Installation Connecting to a Network Maintenance Appendix Index...

  • Page 158: Cleaning The Projector

    Cleaning the Projector Clean the projector frequently to prevent dust from settling on the surface. A dirty lens may ruin the quality of the projected image. When cleaning the projector, make sure to turn off the projector, wait until the cooling fan stops, disconnect the power plug from the AC outlet, and let the projector stand for at least 1 hour.

  • Page 159: Cleaning And Replacing The Air Filter

    Cleaning and Replacing the Air Filter Replacing the Air Filter Follow the procedure below when replacing the air filter. Turn off the projector power and remove the power plug. Hook your finger onto the handle of the air filter on the side of the projector, and pull the air filter out to remove it.

  • Page 160: Cleaning The Air Filter

    • Handle the air filter carefully. If damaged, the air filter will not work properly. • When the lamp is replaced, it is recommend that you also replace the air filter. • Contact the Canon Customer Support Center for further information. • Replacement air filter part No.: RS-FL01 Cleaning the Air Filter The air filter protects the lens and mirror inside the projector from dust and dirt.

  • Page 161: Replacing The Lamp

    Replacing the Lamp When the usage time of the lamp exceeds a certain amount of time, the following mes- sage (two types) is displayed for 10 seconds every time the projector is turned on. 2,700 hours to less than 3,000 hours Prepare the new lamp when this screen is displayed.

  • Page 162: Replacement Lamp

    Lamp part No.: RS-LP06 (WUX4000) RS-LP07 (WUX5000 / WUX4000) Contact the Canon Customer Support Center when purchasing a replacement lamp. When replacing the lamp, turn off the projector, wait until the cool- ing fan stops, disconnect the power plug from the AC outlet, and let the projector stand for at least 1 hour.

  • Page 163

    Loosen the 3 screws on the inside of the lamp unit, then slowly pull out the lamp unit in the direction of the arrow. Even when the screws are loosened, they will not fall off the lamp unit. Fully insert a new lamp unit and secure it with the 3 screws. Close the lamp cover and tighten the screws.

  • Page 164

    Select [Reset] - [OK] to reset the lamp counter. • It is recommended that you also replace the air filter when you replace the lamp. • Contact the Canon Customer Support Center for further information. • Replacement air filter product number: RS-FL01...

  • Page 165: Appendix

    MULTIMEDIA PROJECTOR Appendix...

  • Page 167: Appendix

    Table of Contents Safety Instructions Appendix Before Use Projecting an Image Useful Functions Available During a Presentation Setting Functions from Menus Installation Connecting to a Network Maintenance Appendix Index...

  • Page 168: Troubleshooting

    (P159, P160) If the lamp does not illuminate, replace it. If the same warning occurs again, there may be a malfunction in the lamp drive circuit. Contact the Canon Customer Support Center. The lamp cover is open. Unplug the projector from the power outlet, then install the lamp cover correctly and turn on the projector again.

  • Page 169: Symptoms And Solutions

    Canon Customer Support Center. The lens connector that connects the lens unit with the main unit of the projector is disconnected. Contact the Canon Customer Services Center. Check whether the air filter is installed correctly. (P159)

  • Page 170: You Cannot Hear Sound

    Troubleshooting Cause No input signal type has been selected. The image signal type is incor- rect. The BLANK function has been selected. No image is projected due to a problem with the computer. The external monitor output is not set on the notebook computer correctly.

  • Page 171: The Projected Image Is Blurred

    ■The Projected Image Is Blurred Cause The image is out of focus. The distance to the screen is too short. The projector is not placed straight in front of the screen. The projector has been moved to a place where the temperature varies a lot.

  • Page 172: You Cannot Operate The Remote Control

    35°C. (P22) If you use the projector at 2300 m or higher above sea level, contact the Canon Customer Support Center. The projector may be damaged. Contact the Canon Cus- tomer Support Center. Countermeasure Check whether batteries are installed correctly. If batteries are installed correctly, replace them with new batteries.

  • Page 173: Relationship Between Aspect And Screen Aspect

    Relationship between Aspect and Screen Aspect This section describes the relationship between screen aspect (P52) and aspect (P56). To project an image on the whole screen, select the most appropriate screen aspect ratio and aspect according to the aspect ratio of the screen and input signal type. Screen Screen aspect ratio...

  • Page 174

    Relationship between Aspect and Screen Aspect Screen Using aspect ratio Screen setting [4:3] [4:3 D. image shift] • If an image from image software with an aspect ratio of 16:9 is not projected correctly, select [16:9] as the screen aspect. •...

  • Page 175: Supported Signal Types

    Supported Signal Types This projector supports the following signal types. If your computer or AV equipment is compatible with any one of these signal types, the projector’s Auto PC function selects the input signal type to project an image appropri- ately.

  • Page 176: Product Specifications

    Product Specifications ■Projector Model name Display system Optical system Type Size / Aspect ratio Drive system Number dots / Total number dots Zoom ratio / Focal length / F value Zooming / Focusing system Lens shift Light source (lamp mode Normal / Quiet) Image size (projection distance) (*1) Number of colors Brightness (*1), (*2)

  • Page 177: Remote Control

    ■Remote control Power supply Operating range Dimensions Weight (not including batteries) ■Specification of Each Lens Unit (Option) Name Standard Zoom Lens Model number External View Focal length 23.0 - 34.5 mm F number Projection distance Lens shift Vertical Horizontal Width 97.4 mm (3.8'') Height 106.5 mm (4.2'')

  • Page 178: External View

    Product Specifications ■External View 380mm 380 mm (15.0'') Bolt holes (M4 x 6) for installation of ceiling attachment ■ANALOG PC / COMPONENT IN Terminal This terminal is used as a computer ANALOG PC input or COMPONENT input terminal. Use a D-sub computer cable for connection. The terminal specifications for the ANALOG PC input and COMPONENT input are the same.

  • Page 179: Service Port (control)

    ■Service Port (CONTROL) Pin assignment Communication format Communication mode : RS-232-C, asynchronous, half-duplex communication Communication speed : 19200bps Character length : 8 bits Stop bits : 2 bits Parity : None Flow control : None Control commands Commands ASCII representation Power supply Power on POWER ON<CR>...

  • Page 180

    Product Specifications Commands ASCII representation Image mode USER 1 IMAGE=USER_1<CR> USER 2 IMAGE=USER_2<CR> USER 3 IMAGE=USER_3<CR> USER 4 IMAGE=USER_4<CR> USER 5 IMAGE=USER_5<CR> Image mode GET IMAGE<CR> acquisition Brightness Brightness value BRI=<value><CR> setting Brightness GET BRI<CR> acquisition Sharpness Sharpness value SHARP=<value><CR> setting Sharpness GET SHARP<CR>...

  • Page 181

    Product Specifications...

  • Page 182: Index

    Index Numerics 6-axis color adjust ... 95 Adjusting Keystone Distortion ... 62 Adjusting the focus ... 59 Adjusting the Volume ... 69 Air filter ... 159 Ambient light ... 93 Analog PC ... 39, 40 ANALOG PC / COMPONENT IN Terminal ...

  • Page 183

    LED indicator ... 168 Making a Gamma Correction ... 91 Memory Color Correction ... 95 MENU ... 74 Menu display time ... 105 Menu position ... 84 MUTE ... 69 Network function ... 138 Network Setting ... 74 Network setting initialization ... 141 Noise reduction ...

  • Page 184

    It is possible to use the projector by replacing the lens unit. Regarding installation and replacement of the lens unit, contact a qualified technician or the Canon Customer Support Center for further informa- tion. Do not attempt installation and replacement of the lens unit yourself.

  • Page 185: Menu Configuration

    Ceiling mounted Rear Rear, Ceiling mounted User screen settings No signal screen Screen when blank Projector on Return Screen aspect Red / Green / Blue Black Blue* Black * Blue Skip Canon logo* 9 D. image shift 3 D. image shift...

  • Page 186: Image Adjustment Menu

    Menu Configuration Image Adjustment Menu Image mode COMMON Standard * Photo/sRGB User 1 - 5 (as creating profile) Digital PC / Analog PC Presentation VividPhoto Component / Dynamic Video Cinema Create Profile Baseline Image Mode (when user memory is selected) Brightness Contrast Sharpness...

  • Page 187: System Settings Menu

    System Settings Menu Power management Off * mode Standby Exit Direct power on Off * Beep On * Key lock Off * Main unit Remote control Remote control Independent * Language English German French Italian Spanish Portuguese Swedish Russian Dutch Finnish Norwegian Guide...

  • Page 188

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