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Full function remote control
Card remote control
(for MT series)
(for LT series)
Introduction
The interactive remote control demonstrates the features,
functions, settings and adjustable menus of the remote
controls for the LT series and MT series.
Simply click any button on the remote control on the left to
display descriptions of the menus and functions.
Click the menus and submenus to display more detailed
descriptions.
Your projector's display settings can be customized and fine-
tuned to match your presentation needs. Normally, however,
the display is optimized automatically for the input signals.
When any of the buttons on the full function remote control is
pressed, the back lights of all the buttons except Mouse
button turn on. If no button is pressed for 10 seconds, the
back lights turn off automatically. The menus also turn off at
this time.

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    Full function remote control Card remote control (for MT series) (for LT series) Introduction The interactive remote control demonstrates the features, functions, settings and adjustable menus of the remote controls for the LT series and MT series. Simply click any button on the remote control on the left to display descriptions of the menus and functions.

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    SOURCE button The input switches each time this button is pressed. (RGB a Video a S-Video a PC Card Viewer)

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    AUTO ADJUST button Press this to automatically adjust the vertical/horizontal position, clock frequency/phase and resolution if the projected picture is not centered, if there are vertical stripes on the picture or if the picture is flickering. (The Position and Pixel Adjust are only adjusted for RGB inputs.)

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    Menu buttons/On-screen menu When pressed, the main menu appears. Use the buttons to select the submenus or adjustment or setting items. See below for a list of the remote control unit buttons that can be used while the menu is displayed and the functions of the menus and dialog box elements.

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    Tabs Highlight Close box Solid triangle button Check box Slider bar Radio buttons Close box (x) : Closes the window without saving the setting or adjustment values. Highlight : Indicates that the menu or item is selected. Solid triangle button : Indicates that there are selection items on the pull-down menu. Tabs : Indicate the number of pages when the item in the dialog box is divided on more than one page.

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    Signal Selection Menu Use this menu to select the input (RGB/Component, Video, S- Video or PC Card Viewer). Use the buttons to select the desired input, then press the ENTER button.

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    (When RGB is selected) RGB input The signals from the computer or DVD player connected to the RGB input jacks are selected. Normally component signals are identified automatically. If not, set the component under Projector Options a Setup a Page 1 a Signal Select a RGB.

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    (When Video is selected) Video input The signal from a VCR or laser disc player connected to the VIDEO input jack is selected.

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    (When S-Video is selected) S-Video input The signal from a VCR or laser disc player connected to the S-VIDEO input jack is selected.

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    (When PC Card Viewer is selected) PC Card Viewer The picture data of a PC card inserted in the PC card access slot is displayed. Settings such as whether to display a list of folders or start displaying slides immediately after the PC Card Viewer input is selected can be made under “Projector Options”...

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    Adjustments Menu Use this menu to adjust the image, volume, picture, color temperature and keystone. Use the buttons to select the items to be adjusted, then press s or the ENTER button.

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    Image adjustments Use the ts buttons to adjust the brightness, contrast, color, hue and sharpness. The usable items on the “Adjustment Menu” depend on the selected input. Items displayed in white cannot be selected.

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    Image adjustments Use the ts buttons to adjust the brightness, contrast, color, hue and sharpness. The usable items on the “Adjustment Menu” depend on the selected input. Items displayed in white cannot be selected.

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    Image adjustments Use the ts buttons to adjust the brightness, contrast, color, hue and sharpness. The usable items on the “Adjustment Menu” depend on the selected input. Items displayed in white cannot be selected.

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    Image adjustments Use the ts buttons to adjust the brightness, contrast, color, hue and sharpness. The usable items on the “Adjustment Menu” depend on the selected input. Items displayed in white cannot be selected.

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    Image adjustments Use the ts buttons to adjust the brightness, contrast, color, hue and sharpness. The usable items on the “Adjustment Menu” depend on the selected input. Items displayed in white cannot be selected.

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    Image adjustments Use the ts buttons to adjust the brightness, contrast, color, hue and sharpness. The usable items on the “Adjustment Menu” depend on the selected input. Items displayed in white cannot be selected.

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    Volume adjustments Use the ts buttons to adjust the volume. You can adjust the volume using when no menus are displayed.

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    Picture menu Use this menu to adjust the image automatically, to adjust vertical/horizontal position, adjust clock frequency/phase, and to set the resolution (“Auto” or “Native”). Use this function to move the position of the display up, down, left or right (Position), to adjust the width of the image with respect to the screen (Clock Frequency), to minimize noise, flickering or color deviation (Phase), or to display the picture over the entire screen according to the resolution...

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    Resolution (Only when Auto Adjust is Off) When the “Auto” radio button is selected, the optimum resolution (VGA, SVGA, XGA or SXGA) for the signal being projected is automatically identified and the picture is displayed over the entire screen. When ”Native” is selected, the current signal is projected with the original size resolution (VGA, SVGA or XGA).

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    Color Temperature Use the ts buttons to adjust the color temperature. The blue is stronger when the bar is set to the right; the red is stronger when the bar is set to the left.

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    Keystone Correction Use the t s buttons to make the adjustment. The adjustment range is +/- 15° in the vertical direction with the set placed on the level. If you wish to store the correction setting so that it is still set when the power is turned back on next time, do so under “Projector Options”...

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    Factory Default ts buttons to select “All Data” or “Current Signal”, Use the press the Down button, highlight the “OK” button, then press the ENTER button. The settings and adjustments are restored to the factory settings.

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    Image Options Menu to select “Image Mode” or “Video Mode”, then press the s or ENTER button.

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    Image Mode Adjust the aspect ratio according to the signal to be projected. buttons to select “Aspect”, then use the ts Use the buttons to select the corresponding radio button.

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    Aspect Normal : 4:3 images are displayed with a 4:3 ratio. Zoom : 16:9 images are expanded in the vertical and horizontal directions and displayed with a 4:3 ratio. Wide Zoom : 16:9 squeeze images are displayed with a 4:3 ratio in the horizontal direction.

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    Video Mode Select Gamma, Noise Reduction and Color Matrix according to the signal to be projected. For Gamma and Color Matrix, use the ts buttons to select the desired radio button. For Noise Reduction press the s button to display the pull-down menu, then use the button to select the level.

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    Gamma Correction Normal : Default for RGB signal Natural 1 : Default for Video and S-Video signal Natural 2 : Default for component signal...

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    Noise Reduction Select the level (Off, Low, Medium or High).

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    Color Matrix Select Color Matrix HDTV : High Definition TV signals SDTV : Standard Digital TV signals Select Color Matrix Type Select the appropriate type (B-Y/R-Y, Cb/Cr or Pb/Pr).

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    Projector Options Menu Set the menus and various items. Set the menu language, pointer shape, whether or not to display items, the type of to select the item then press s or the projector, etc. Use ENTER button.

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    Menu , t, s Use the buttons to select the item (Language, Projector Pointer, or Source Display). When Source Display is set to “Off”, the selected items are displayed on the screen only when the power is turned on and when the input is switched.

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    Setup Make the various settings according to how the projector is to be used. There are four pages of settings. The OK and Cancel buttons affects all four pages. Note that the LT series projectors have three pages. next page...

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    Page 1 Orientation Set the projection method. Use the buttons to select Front Floor, Rear Ceiling, Rear Floor or Front Ceiling. Background Select the background when there is no signal. Use the buttons to select Blue, Black, or Logo. Signal Select RGB:Normally select “Auto”.

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    Page 2 Mouse Buttons Use the Left and Right buttons to set the mouse button mode to “Right- handed” or “Left-handed”. Speed Set the mouse speed to High, Medium or Low. Auto Start When this is selected, the projector turns on automatically when the power cord is plugged into an outlet.

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    Clear Lamp Hour Meter Use this to reset the total lamp usage time after replacing the lamp. Use the button to highlight the Clear Lamp Hour Meter button, press the ENTER button, use the ts buttons to highlight “OK”, then press the ENTER button to clear the lamp usage time.

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    Page 2 Fan High Speed Mode (MT series only) This option allows you to select two modes for fan speed : high-speed mode and normal speed mode. When you wish to cool down the temperature inside the projector quickly, check this box. This is convenient especially when the projector is installed on the ceiling.

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    Page 4 (Page 3 on LT series) PC Card Viewer Options Start Mode Set the start mode when the PC Card Viewer input is selected from the projector. Show Folder List When the PC Card Viewer input is selected from the projector, a list of folders is displayed and the presentation documents can be selected from the PC card.

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    When selecting “Show Folder List” or “Manual Play” while the “Auto Play” feature is not checked, and you select PC Card Viewer for the input source, you can manually advance to the next slide or the previous slide. Note: If you check “Auto Play” and “PC Card Viewer” on the projector, the slides will automatically start to play back from any given slide.

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    Tools menu Use this to save captured picture data when a PC card is loaded, to display lists of the picture data on the PC card, to sort the files and to display the selected file. Under “ChalkBoard”, lines and circles can be drawn in free hand on the screen.

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    Capture Use this to capture the displayed image. The captured picture file is stored on the PC card. (This function cannot be used when no PC card is loaded.) When Capture is selected, the tool bar appears. Camera button : Press this to capture the image. Freeze button : Press this to freeze the displayed picture.

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    PC Card Files Use this to display a list of the picture files on the PC card, to check the files, to sort them, and to display them. Press the Execute button to perform the selected operation. (It is not possible to delete files or change file names from this menu.) Select s to display the pull-down menu.

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    ChalkBoard When ChalkBoard is selected, the tool bar appears. There are 6 buttons on the tool bar: pen, eraser, clear, color, size and view/hide. When the color button is selected, a color palette appears. To move the tool bar, click on the orange bar and drag it.

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    Help Use this to display the help contents, information on the input signal and information on the projector.

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    Contents Select this to display the contents. Display descriptions of operating, adjustment and setting procedures.

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    Source Information Select this to display information on the signal currently being projected. There are three pages of information. The following items can be displayed: Source Name Input Terminal Horizontal Frequency Vertical Frequency Sync Polarity next page...

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    Signal Type Video Type Sync Type Interlace Resolution Aspect Ratio Gamma Noise Reduction Color Matrix Matrix Type previous page...

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    Projector Information Lamp Hour Meter This displays the total amount of time the lamp has been used. The lamp should be replaced when this time reaches 1000 (LT series) / 2000 hours (MT840 / MT1040) / 1500 hours (MT1045) . Replace the lamp with the LT40LP for LT series / MT40LP for MT series Optional Lamp.

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    laser beam LASER button When pressed, a red laser beam is emitted. The beam reaches a distance of approximately 10 meters (33 feet). NOTE: Do not look directly at the laser pointer’s laser beam, and do not point it at people.

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    SELECT/Mouse buttons Use these to select items from the displayed menu and to move the pointer. The full function remote control unit can also be used as the computer’s mouse when the computer mode is selected with the COMPUTER/PJ SELECT button.

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    CANCEL/R-CLICK button Press this button to turn off menus or tool bars. When this is pressed, the adjustments and settings are not saved.

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    ENTER/L-CLICK button ENTER/L-CLICK button Press this to execute the selected item. When this is pressed, the adjustments and settings are saved.

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    MAGNIFY button Press this to adjust the picture up to 400%.

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    POINTER button Press this to display the pointer. Press again to turn the pointer off. With the full function remote control unit, when this button is pressed the COMPUTER/PJ SELECT button automatically lights red and the mouse buttons are set to the projector mode.

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    PICTURE MUTE button Press this to mute the image and sound. Press again to cancel the mute mode.

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    HELP button Press this when nothing is selected to display the help menu. When pressed while the help menu is displayed, the description of the help function is displayed. When press while menus or adjustment/setting screens are displayed, help on that subject is displayed. When this button is pressed, the COMPUTER/PJ SELECT button automatically lights red and the mouse buttons are set to the projector mode.

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    POWER ON/OFF buttons Use these to turn the projector’s power on and off. NOTE: To turn off the projector using the full function remote control, press and hold the POWER OFF button for a minimum of two seconds.

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    This flashes when any one of the remote buttons is pressed.

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    COMPUTER/PJ SELECT button Press this to switch the mouse buttons between the projector mode (lit red) and the computer mode. The default is the computer mode. When the MENU, HELP or POINTER button is pressed, this button lights red and the mouse buttons are set to the projector mode.

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