Names and Functions (continued)
Refer to page 10 'Connection' for details on connecting with other devices.
[AC IN] Power Inlet
Connect using the power cord supplied to an AC 100 V ~
AC 240 V power source.
[MONITOR OUTPUT] Terminal
Image signal output terminal for confirming viewing angle.
[RGB OUTPUT] Terminal
RGB signal output terminal. Connect to the RGB input ter-
minal of a projector or monitor.
For connecting to devices such as computer. Image data
or image memory stored in the SD card as well as image
data stored in this unit can be downloaded to the com-
☞ Page 22 'Connecting to Computer via the USB Con-
Do not open the cover at the bottom of the
arm and put your finger or insert object into
it. This may cause malfunction or injury.
( RS-232C )
[EXT INPUT] Terminal for External Sig-
For connecting to external devices such as computer. When
using the [SOURCE SELECT] button to select the external
input, the signals will be output through the [RGB OUTPUT]
terminal. In this case, output through the [MONITOR OUT-
PUT] terminal is not possible.
LCD Monitor Mounting Screw Hole
Use when mounting the LCD Monitor (sold separately) to
☞ Page 24 'Installing LCD Monitor'
[REMOTE INPUT (RS-232C)] Terminal
Connect when controlling this unit via the PC using the
control software created by customer. For communication
method and command, read [RS-232C External control
communication commands (command. pdf)] in the provided
Set according to the monitor to be used.