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Projector Service Manual
Model: S5201M series
Version: Rev1
First Edition (Aug. 2010)
RESTRICTIONS ON USE OF MATERIALS:
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  • Page 1 Projector Service Manual Model: S5201M series Version: Rev1 First Edition (Aug. 2010) RESTRICTIONS ON USE OF MATERIALS:...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Module 3 – ASSY LOWER CASE ..................90 Module 4 – ASSY FRONT CASE ...................91 FRU List ............................92 APPENDIX A - CODE LIST: IR / RS232 / DDC DATA ............96 1. Remonte control code ......................96 2. RS-232 Command Code .....................97...
  • Page 3: Revision List

    Revision List Vendor Release Version Revision History Model Date Name Rev0 2010.08.03 First Release (1) Ch2 : Add SMART PEN FW upgrade procedure Rev1 2010.08.27 (2) Ch5 : Update FRU list...
  • Page 4: Chapter 1 System Specification

    Chapter 1 System Specification Product Specification Optical Performance Image Quality Mechanical Specification Packaging Thermal Specification Environmental Regulatory Reliability Power Requirements Panel Specification 10.0 Compatibility 11.0 12.0 Image Interface 13.0 Control Interface User Interface 14.0...
  • Page 5 2.3 Distortion 2.3.1 Keystone Distortion <1.0% 2.3.2 Vertical TV <1.0% Distortion |A| <= 4.5 mm, |B| <= 4.0 mm, |C| <= 3.5 mm with 81” 2.3.3 Screen distortion image size 2.4 Projection Offset 130% ±5% 2.5 Focus Range 2.5.1 Visible Range 0.5~2m...
  • Page 6 Front/ Rear foot Tilt:0-6 ,Right/Left: ±2.2 4.0 Packaging Detail refer to Packing Description 4.1 Outside Dimensions 375 x 216 x 370 mm (W x H x D) 4.2 Weight <5.5 kg (Including Accessories, Projector) 30 EA by Air; 4.3 Transportation 1500 EA @ 40’...
  • Page 7 Eco mode: 35dBA @ 23±2° C, CW x3 speed Operating: 1. 12,000 feet @ 25° C (3.5 hours) 6.4 Altitude 2. Altitude Ramp rate: <= 3500 feet per minute (1 hour) Non-operating: 40,000 feet @ -30 ° C (1 hour) Safety CB, GS, cTUVus, PSE, CCC 7.0 Regulatory...
  • Page 8 14.0 User Interface Adhere to Electrical Specification 9 Keys: 14.1 Operator Keypad Power ; Source ; Resync ; e ; Menu ; Left ; Right ; Up(Keystone-) ; Down(Keystone+) 3 LEDs: 14.2 Indicators Power On/Off Status; Lamp Status; Temperature Status 14.3 Electric Keystone...
  • Page 9 − When 3D is enabled, Display Mode(in Color Page) is not adjustable (反白). − For DDP2430 models : 3D / 3D Sync Invert , only appear for VGA/DVI/HDMI source. − Disappear if other sources. For DDP2230/2431 models : no this limitation.
  • Page 10: Electrical Specification

    Electrical Specification 1. Timing Table The PC timing is as following: Refresh rate H-frequency Clock Resolution Mode (Hz) (kHz) (MHz) VGA_60 59.940 31.469 25.175 VGA_72 72.809 37.861 31.500 640 x 480 VGA_75 75.000 37.500 31.500 VGA_85 85.008 43.269 36.000 VGA_70 70.087...
  • Page 11 119.518 61.910 52.500 800 x 600 SVGA_120 119.854 77.425 83.000 1024 x 768 XGA_120 119.804 98.958 137.750 The DVI_D & HDMI (HDCP) Established timing is as following: Refresh rate H-frequency Clock Resolution Mode (Hz) (kHz) (MHz) VGA_60 59.940 31.469 25.175 VGA_72 72.809...
  • Page 12 720p(750p)@50Hz 37.50 50.00 1080i(1125i)@60Hz 33.75 60.00 1080i(1125i)@50Hz 28.13 50.00 1080P@60HZ 67.5 60.00 1080P@50Hz 56.26 50.00 Video, S-Video support timing is as following: Video mode fh(kHz) fv(Hz) fsc(MHz) NTSC 15.73 3.58 15.63 4.43 SECAM 15.63 4.25 or 4.41 PAL-M 15.73 3.58 PAL-N 15.63...
  • Page 13 Volts peak to peak Luminance sync) Amplitude, video Volts peak to peak Amplitude, sync Volts peak to peak Impedance CVBS Amplitude m Volts peak to peak Chroma Impedance Audio Impedance (audio in) Kohm Amplitude (audio in) mVolts rms Bandwidth 300H...
  • Page 14 1 1 1 1 Composite video input C o m p o s i t e i n p u t C o m p o s i t e i n p u t C o m p o s i t e i n p u t...
  • Page 15 LAN Control Port Pin Signal Signal Common Mode Termination Common Mode Termination Common Mode Common Mode Termination Termination HDMI Input...
  • Page 16: Power Supply Specification

    1. Input Power Specification Specification Description Input Voltage Range The unit shall meet all the operating requirements with the range 90 ~ 264 VAC Frequency Range The unit shall meet all the operating requirements with an input frequency range 47 Hz ~ 63 Hz...
  • Page 17: System Block Diagram

    System Block Diagram...
  • Page 18: Product Overview

    Product Overview...
  • Page 22: Chapter 2 System Utilities

    Basic Operating Low-Power Standby Mode: : : : This mode is applied for normal situation. If you want to enter this mode, you could just plug in power cord. Power LED will show Red for 1 sec then show Orange.
  • Page 23 DLP Composer LIte Installation Process (1) Installation 1. Double click the Setup file for DLP Composer Lite 9.0 or above version. 2. When the Installation Wizard appears, click “Next”. 3. Select to accept the License Agreement, than click “Next” 4. Click “Next” in the following steps to continue installation process.
  • Page 24 If you want to install to a different directory (perhaps alongside a prior release of DLP Composer™ Lite), click the "Browse" button on the "Select Features" page. 5. When finishing installation, click “Finish”, and then restart your computer to complete the installation process.
  • Page 25 (2) Setting for your first use Select Library: 1. When start to use this program to download at first time, you need to check if the library folder is existed under the path of Library. Click Click “ “ “ “ Browse Browse”...
  • Page 26 Set communication (for download by RS232): 1. Select “Edit”->”Preference”. Select “Communications”-> “Serial Port” -> ”Config”. 3. Make sure the settings are the same as below figure-> Click ”OK”. 4. Click ”OK”.
  • Page 27 Connect RS-232 cable to PC and projector Let projector be in Download Mode : -> Press and hold keypad Power and Menu together, then plug in power cord. -> Release the two keypads. -> Power LED will show Purple light continuously.
  • Page 28 Click on “Flash Loader” and browse the image file (new version firmware) Select Complete Image Download, and make sure to check “Skip Boot loader area (32KB)” Press “Reset Bus” and check the status which should show “Bus Reset”...
  • Page 29: Method To Enter Factory Menu

    Press “Start Download” to begin update new firmware. Press “Yes” to continue. (when download new firmware and power LED will show purple.) Wait till composer lite notice download complete. When download complete, LED signal on projector will show standby status.
  • Page 30: Edid Upgrade Sop

    5. HDMI cable*(connect EDID board to Projector) 6. DVI cable* (connect EDID board to Projector) (*Note: Not every model’s EDID input (D-sub, DVI, HDMI) is the same. Need to check what kind of file you need before download.) Setup Equipment 1.
  • Page 31 2. Open Files : Click “Open File” to select file “*.DDC” (Note : If your DDC file name is not like “*.DDC” (e.g. “*.2dc”), please rename it to “*.DDC”) 3. Write EDID : Click “Write EDID”, and it will execute writing process.
  • Page 32 • Read D-SUB/DVI EDID: 1. EDID Type Selection : Choose ‘‘EDID 128 Bytes’’ 2. Read EDID : Click “Read EDID”. 3. While complete, it will show message’’ Read EDID OK… ‘’, and the read-out DDC will show in the table in program. Step2...
  • Page 33: Serial Number Upgrade Sop

    1. Acer_Service_Tool(Data)_3.1.exe When need to use this Serial Number Upgrade program: When it’s time to replace Main board for repair, it’s necessary to rewrite original S/N and some adjustment values into new Main board by the following process. Upgrade procedure 1.
  • Page 34 6-4. Click “Save” to save data. 6-1. Click “Save” icon. 7. Change new Main board: (1) Unplug power cable and RS232 cable from projector, and change new Main board into Projector. (2) After changing Main board, reconnect power cable and RS232 cable into Projector.
  • Page 35: Smart Pen Firmware Upgrade Sop

    1. Serve a VGA input to projector 2. Enable PB function in user menu 3. Link pen to projector. Pen’s Link LED (Blue) will blink once every 4 sec after link success. 4. Enter factory menu page 7 5. You will see AP/Pen firmware version. Pen version display only when it connects to projector.
  • Page 36 (download fail) 11. When download fail, please back to step 7 and try again. 12. After download success, open factory menu page 7 again to check if the Pen version has changed. 13. Check if Pointblank function works normal.
  • Page 37 (download fail) 10. When download fail, please back to step 6 and try again. 11. After download success, open factory menu page 7 again to check if the AP version has changed. 12. Check if Pointblank function works normal.
  • Page 38: Chapter 3 System Disassembling And Replacement

    Chapter 3 System Disassembling and Replacement Main Unit Disassembling Tool : Screw Driver --Hex (#4-40) and Cross(Mechanical : M3,M4, Opt.Engine :M2) Process : S5201M Dismantle SOP Step Discription Tool (1) Disassemble the screws*5(M3*L8) in the lower case. screw (2) Disassemble the driver screws*2(M2.5*L10) in the inlet...
  • Page 39 RF BD (TRANSFER BD).(Figure5). Note: Circuit boards > 10cm has been highlighted with the yellow rectangle as above image shows. Please detach the Circuit boards and follow local regulations for disposal. Figure1 Figure2 loose these wires (1) Disassemble the screws*6 (STAND OFF XH4#-40*6L) and then take off the R/C.(Figure1).
  • Page 40 OFF(M3 D6*9L) and screws*2 (M3*L6) on M/B.(Figure2,3) Note: Circuit boards > 10cm has been highlighted with the yellow rectangle as above image shows. Please detach the Circuit boards and follow local regulations for disposal. (1) Dismantle the Grounding screw screw*1(M4*L6) in the shield and driver loose the Grounding wire.
  • Page 41 (3) Dismantle screws*3 (M3*L8) connecting the lamp box with the machine and take off the lampbox.(Figure3) Note: Circuit boards > 10cm has been highlighted with the yellow rectangle as above image shows. Please detach the Circuit boards and follow local regulations for disposal.
  • Page 42 (3) Rotate the switch to loose the Note: Circuit boards > 10cm has been highlighted with the yellow chip and take it off. rectangle as above image shows. Please detach the Circuit boards and follow local regulations for disposal. (1) Disassemble screws*2 C/W module...
  • Page 43: Module Assembly Key Point - Optical Engine

    (5) Assembly “Baffle LP” first (Fig. 1-5-1) & push “Baffle LP” to hook DMD HSG(Fig. 1-5-2). (6) When Lock the screw of Baffle LP, the hand must push the left corner of Baffle LP before (Fig. 1-6), (7) Lock the screw of Baffle LP well then release the hand (Fig. 1-7), 1.2 Overfill Adjustment @ LP Module...
  • Page 44 Fig. 1-3 Fig. 1-4 1. Place Clips on BKT surface 2. Push Baffle LP to hook DMD HSG Fig. 1-5-1 Fig. 1-5-2 Push on the left corner untill lock the screw well Lock the screw well Fig. 1-6 Fig. 1-7...
  • Page 45 Pre assemble this screw not over the bottom surface. Fig. 1-8 2. Assembly FM Module: Place FM on “HLD FM” surface(Fig. 2-1) and use “Clip FM” to fix FM(Fig. 2-2). Clip FM hook the punch points Touch the side surface Fig.
  • Page 46 Insert “Clip CM Side” first, and then place “Clip Front CM” to fixed-shaft of ILL SUB before locking screw (Fig. 3-1, Fig. 3-2). II. Assemble Mylar SUB HSG ILL to HSG ILL and to make CM contact three datum on the HSG ILL Well (Fig. 3-3).
  • Page 47 Clip UP CM MYLAR CM Fig. 3-4 Fig. 3-5 Sponge AL Fig. 3-6 Fig. 3-7 Screw Fig. 3-8...
  • Page 48 4.1 Placed “AL” on the “HSG DMD”. The “raised surface” of “AL” shall toward “DMD direction” (Fig. 4-1). 4.2 To assemble ”HSG ILL SUB Module” with “HSG DMD” and cover over on “AL” and the then lock with screws (Fig. 4-2).
  • Page 49 Fig. 5-5 6. Assembly OP ENG 6.1 Assemble “Baffle DMD” to “HSG DMD” (Fig 6-1). 6.2 Assemble “Sponge DMD” to “HSG DMD” (Fig 6-2). 6.3 Assemble Chip B/D Module to “HSG DMD” (Fig. 6-3、Fig. 6-4). Alignment keying Sponge DMD Sponge Baffle DMD Fig.
  • Page 50 2. Pre-fastening Sequence: [ 1 ] - [ 2 ] - [ 3 ] - [ 4 ]. 3. Fastening Sequence: [ 2 ] - [ 1 ] - [ 4 ] - [ 3 ].
  • Page 51 6.5 Assemble “CW Module” to “DMD HSG” and lock with screws well (Fig.6-7). 6.6 Assemble “BKT LINK Lamp” to “DMD HSG” and lock with screws well (Fig.6-8). Screw Screw Fig. 6-7 Fig.6-8 6.7 Assemble “Sponge Antidust” well (Fig. 6-9). The ponge can’t...
  • Page 52 6.8 Assemble “Frame Lens Wide” and lock with screws well (Fig. 6-11). Frame Lens wide Screws Fig. 6-11 6.9 Assemble “THERMAL PAD” on Frame Lens Wide (Fig. 6-12~14) Insert TH Pad well This surface must be covered Fig. 6-12 Fig. 6-13...
  • Page 53 1. Concentric Circle Fig. 6-14 6.10 Assemble “PL Lens” and lock with screws well (Fig.6-15) The Assembly direction must be horizontal and do not impact CM. (Fig 6-16) Assemble horizontally Fig. 6-15 Fig. 6-16...
  • Page 54 Fastening Sequence: [ 2 ] - [ 1 ] - [ 3 ] ○ ○ ○ Fig. 6-17 6.12 Assemble “Ring Focus(Fig.6-18) 6.13 Assemble “Cap Lens(Fig.6-19) Cap Lens Ring Focus Fig. 6-18 Fig. 6-19 6.14 Assemble Lamp Module to “BKT Link Lamp” and then lock with screw well...
  • Page 55: Module Assembly Key Point - Mechanical

    Module Assembly Key Point – Mechanical 1. Appearance Case assembly concern 1.1 Lower Case module Sub_Assy M2.5 Heat melt nut*3 Adjust Foot x1 (Free drop) Sub_Assy M3 Heat melt nut*2 Label Mold in nut*3 Adjust Foot x2 (thread) Sub_Assy M4 Heat...
  • Page 56 1.2 Upper Case module Align Pin DOOR LAMP LED LENS LED LENS KEYPAD Rubber keypad Please make sure: 1. Press all rubber close to upper case. 2. After assembled please check rubber surface even.
  • Page 57 Align these ribs Mylar for U/C light leakage 1.3 Lamp door module M2.5 heat melt nut direction 1.4 Front Case and Rear Case module ASSY_SUB: IR_board &wire Please make sure IR board fixed Front Case close to front case. ASSY_SUB:...
  • Page 58 IR LENS Rear Please make sure IR lens fixed close to rear case. 1.5 Inlet Case and Outlet Case module Inlet Case Module Please notice wire dressing route Align pin on inlet-case Notice: The align pin must insert to fan 6013 completely...
  • Page 59 Inlet Case Module & Fan FAN60*60*13 Outlet Case Module...
  • Page 60 2. Lamp Box & Blower, Power Board assembly concern Blower: Assy_Nozzl Nozzle Cu plate: Opening face outside. Blower Screw Thermal breaker- Text face outside Screw Screws Lamp Box: Lamp Box module Louver Lamp Box Please press to bottom and Door Switch check hook position.
  • Page 61 Align the BKT Mylar on BKT lamp Align the BKT The two pin with heat shrinkage tube away from the lamp box align the edge then align the attach tape on lamp box first edge secend...
  • Page 62 3. Ballast wire alignment concern Ballast Mylar EMI Wire ballast dressing Ballast Notice wire cross dressing fix the wire at the slot Ballast to lamp wire addressing blower Lamp Wire under the lamp box...
  • Page 63 4. Power Board wire alignment Wire Blower Mylar ballast align pin Power Board Wire Ballast BOSS*2 5. Opt Engine assembly alignment BKT ST Lens Bottom OPTICAL ENG. Rubber for light leakage on ST lens The arrow align the line on ST lens...
  • Page 64 BKT ST Lens Top Notice: The Engine screw Priority Notice: Don’t press the rubber arrow Clip on Eng screw-2 6. Common parts assembly notice: Assy the inlet-case before PW-BKT Notice: wire slot Mylar BKT...
  • Page 65 Wire clip slot Wire clip Notice: The Bkt. Not pressed the part on power board Fan 9225 Fan 8025 Fan 8025 wire Grounding Yellow Green wire goes through here.
  • Page 66 Clip Wire Fix—Wire speaker CW wire Wire dressing regular and Fix this screw at first avoid wiring break. Wire saddle Make sure thar the RF-wire Use clip to bind speaker wire,IR is below CW-wire Wire wire, & CW wire Fan6013...
  • Page 67 Ballast wire: insert to main-board directly This screw fixed with U/C Wire ballast 8. Shield, rear case, upper case, lamp module assembly notice SHD Main-Board: first assemble back side then front side. Rear Case Upper Case Put upper case vertically Push rear cover vertically.
  • Page 68 Second Attach mylar on UC align this edge First M3 screw...
  • Page 69 Before fixed screw, please check all hooks. Notice wire dressing and don’t interfere with lamp holder Film lamp exploded...
  • Page 70 9. Overall wire review Notice: lamp wire dressing.
  • Page 71: Chapter 4 Troubleshooting

    2. Check Power Board and Interlock Keypad LED OK 3. Check Connection between PWR BD and Main BD Check Main Board 1. Check Lampen wire , Lamp wire and Ballast wire 2. Check C/W and wire connection If Power On, Lamp 3. Check Main board 4.
  • Page 72: Optical & Optical Engine Trouble Shooting Guide

    Change new DMD 2-1. “Blue Edge” Trouble Shooting: I. Re-adjust “Overfill” first. For Overfill Re-adjustment: i. Those 2 Adjustment Screws must be released for around 2 mm first. ii. Alignment Sequence: To adjust “Horizontal Adjustment Screw” firstly, then “Vertical Adjustment Screw”.
  • Page 73 (2) Overfill Vertical Adjustment Screw (1) Overfill Horizontal Adjustment Screw Fig. 2-1 II. Re-assemble LP module—include LP, LP Baffle, LP clip.
  • Page 74 Exposed Metal 2 is due to a shift in positioning of either the die or the window aperture, which may allow light to be reflected off of the layer of metal 2 that is below the super structure (mirrors). This defect is located outside of the POM.
  • Page 75 Gray 10 Screen The Gray 10 screen is used to test for major light blemishes. All areas of the screen are colored a Microsoft Paintbrush gray 10 (green, red, and blue set at 10).
  • Page 76 4. Devices that meet this image quality specification but are deemed undesirable by the customer may not be returned to TI without prior approval by TI. 5. Screens < Gray 10 shall not be used as a basis for rejecting a DMD for image quality.
  • Page 77: Power Supply Trouble Shooting Guide

    Power Supply Trouble Shooting Guide 1. Introduction This document is prepared to be a guide to repair trouble sets, some problems happen more frequently are taken as example in it. 2. Problems (a) no power No power Check power BD...
  • Page 78 (b) lamp can not turned on Lamp can not turned on Has lamp wire connect correct? (Ballast bd between lamp) Wire connect certainty Has power wire connect Wire connect certainty correct? (Power bd between ballast Has enable wire connect Wire connect certainty...
  • Page 79 Has TH breaker wire connect Wire connect certainty correct? (main bd to ballast bd) Change color wheel Has color wheel operation normally? If change ballast bd, lamp can be Change lamp Turned on or not? Change ballast bd...
  • Page 80: Led Messages Definition

    LED Messages Definition Lamp_LED Temp_LED Power_LED Power_LED Blue Power Plug Flash ON to OFF Flash ON to OFF Flash ON to OFF Standby Power button ON 0.5 second H(On), 0.5 second L(Off) Lamp retry flashing 0.5 second H(ON), 0.5 second L(OFF)
  • Page 81: Error Count Messages Definition

    Error Count Messages Definition Error Count Definition Specification LAMP Fail error LAMP OFF DETECT LAMPLIT FAN 1 Speed Error LAMP FAN SPEED ERROR SPEED OVER ± 20% FAN 2 Speed Error BALLAST FAN SPEED ERROR SPEED OVER ± 20% FAN 3 Speed Error BLOWER FAN SPEED ERROR SPEED OVER ±...
  • Page 82: Rs232 Connection

    Make sure that your computer and projector are turned off before connection. Power on the computer first, and then plug the power cord of the projector. (It may cause Com port incorrect function, if you do not follow this instruction) Adapters may be necessary depending on the PC connected to this projector.
  • Page 83 Interface Settings RS-232 protocol Baud Rate 115200 bps Data Length 8 bit Parity Check None Stop Bit 1 bit Flow Control None Command Category Refer to Appendix A...
  • Page 84: Adjustment / Alignment Procedure

    Adjustment / Alignment Procedure Content : 1. Color Wheel Delay Alignment 2. Overfill adjustment 3. PC Alignment Procedure...
  • Page 85 1. “Full White Pattern” is suggested for this alignment. 2. Adjust 2 LP-alignment Screws (upper side / lower front side of Optical Engine) behind Color Wheel. 3. Alignment Criteria is to adjust these 2 screws until “No Dark Edges” and “No Shadows” can be observed in image.
  • Page 86 Enter factory mode. Set Factory values to default. Press “Calibration RGB” to let the black level to just distinguish, and the light output of white level to just max. 10. Check the 32 levels of gray. All steps must appear.
  • Page 87: Chapter 5 Fru List

    Chapter 5 FRU List Exploded Diagram Module 1 – Total Exploded View...
  • Page 89: Module 2 - Assy Upper Case

    Module 2 – ASSY UPPER CASE...
  • Page 90: Module 3 - Assy Lower Case

    Module 3 – ASSY LOWER CASE...
  • Page 91: Module 4 - Assy Front Case

    Module 4 – ASSY FRONT CASE...
  • Page 92: Fru List

    FRU List Model CATEGORY PARTNAME ACER PART NO. Photo Acer R3 Remote Control Acer S5201M ACCESSORY VZ.JBG00.001 Rmote R3 with Laser S5201M BOARD DMD CHIP BOARD 55.JBG0Q.003 S5201M BOARD IR SENSOR BOARD 55.J900Q.005 TOOL KIT FOR EDID S5201M BOARD 6K.J900Q.001...
  • Page 93 S5201M CABLE CABLE- BALLAST TO LAMP 50.JBG0Q.002 S5201M CABLE CABLE- M/B TO BALLAST 50.K140Q.004 S5201M CABLE CABLE- M/B TO IR BOARD 50.K140Q.001 CABLE- LAMP DOOR S5201M CABLE 50.K140Q.005 SWITCH CABLE- POWER BOARD TO S5201M CABLE 50.JBG0Q.003 BALLAST S5201M CABLE CABLE- M/B TO RF BOARD 50.JBG0Q.004...
  • Page 94 CASE/COVER/BR UPPER CASE (W/ KEYPAD S5201M ACKET 60.JBG0Q.002 RUBBER& BRACKET) ASSEMBLY CASE/COVER/BR LOWER CASE (W/ ADJUST S5201M ACKET 60.K140Q.005 FOOT) ASSEMBLY CASE/COVER/BR S5201M ACKET REAR CASE 60.JBG0Q.001 ASSEMBLY DIGITAL LIGHT COLOR WHEEL MODULE(W/ S5201M 57.JBG0Q.001 DEVICE SENSOR BD & CABLE)
  • Page 95 S5201M MISCELLANEOUS 47.K140Q.002 SATURN4 S5201M MISCELLANEOUS LENS IR REAR 47.JBG0Q.001 S5201M SPEAKER SPEAKER 140MM 23.K140Q.003 S5201M SPEAKER SPEAKER 120MM 23.K140Q.004 INTERACTIVE PEN FOR S5201M ACCESSORY JZ.JBG00.002 S5201M WITH BROWN BOX (Note) The updated P/N refers to latest Spare Part List...
  • Page 96: Appendix A - Code List: Ir / Rs232 / Ddc Data

    Appendix A - Code List: IR / RS232 / DDC Data 1. Remonte control code 1. IR Code a. IR setting value Frequency: 38kHz Protocal: NEC format b.IR command code Customer code:0813...
  • Page 97: 2. Rs-232 Command Code

    2. RS-232 Command Code General command type (Projector ‘receives’ commands) Function feature Note Code (character) OKOKOKOKOK Power On support * 0 IR 001 Power On support * 0 IR 002 Power Off support * 0 IR 004 Keystone support * 0 IR 006...
  • Page 98 Color RGB support * 0 IR 049 Language support * 0 IR 050 Source HDMI support General command type (Projector ‘transmits’ commands) Function feature Note Code (character) Model XXXXXXXX Return the Model name support Return the Native display Res XXXXX...
  • Page 99: Ddc Data

    Block Type: EDID 1.3 ________________________________________________________________ 0 | 00 FF FF FF FF FF FF 00 04 72 16 11 01 00 00 00 10 | 01 14 01 03 0E 00 00 78 0A AF D9 A1 5B 56 93 25...
  • Page 100 Manufacturer's Reserved Timing: 1152 x 870 @ 75Hz (Apple,Mac II) (38-53) Standard Timing Identification: Standard Timing ID 1: 640 x 480 @120Hz Standard Timing ID 2: 800 x 600 @120Hz Standard Timing ID 3: 1024 x 768 @120Hz Standard Timing ID 4: 1280 x 720 @60Hz...
  • Page 101 Block Type: EDID 1.3 ________________________________________________________________ 0 | 00 FF FF FF FF FF FF 00 04 72 16 11 01 00 00 00 10 | 01 14 01 03 80 00 00 78 0A AF D9 A1 5B 56 93 25...
  • Page 102 Manufacturer's Reserved Timing: 1152 x 870 @ 75Hz (Apple,Mac II) (38-53) Standard Timing Identification: Standard Timing ID 1: 640 x 480 @120Hz Standard Timing ID 2: 800 x 600 @120Hz Standard Timing ID 3: 1024 x 768 @120Hz Standard Timing ID 4: 1280 x 720 @60Hz...
  • Page 103 Block Type: CEA EDID Timing Extension Version 3 ________________________________________________________________ 0 | 02 03 26 71 4D 06 02 15 11 04 13 05 14 90 1F 20 10 | 32 2C 23 09 17 07 83 01 00 00 67 03 0C 00 10 00...
  • Page 104 Use Extended Tag Description: Colorimetry Data Block Description: Standard Definition Colorimetry based on IEC 61966-2-4: xvYCC601 and xvYCC709 High Definition Colorimetry based on IEC 61966-2-4: MD0 ______________________________________________________________________ (26H - 38H) Detailed Timing Descriptions: 1920x540 Pixel Clock: 74.25 MHz Horizontal Image Size: 708 mm...
  • Page 105 Border: 0 pixels Frequency: 15.73 kHz Vertical: Active Count: 240 lines Blanking Count: 22 lines Sync Offset: 4 lines Sync Pulse Width: 3 lines Border: 0 lines Frequency: 60.05 Hz Digital Separate, Horizontal Polarity (-) Vertical Polarity (-) (7FH) CheckSum Valid...