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  • Page 1 INSTALLATION GUIDE...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents 1.Safety Instructions ..........5 2.Installation .
  • Page 3 2-3-7.Adjustment Function ........42 •...
  • Page 4 6-4-1.Front ........... .76 6-4-2.Inside of the cover .
  • Page 5: Safety Instructions

    • A lot of glass components such as a lens and lamp are employed in the projector. If any of the components is broken, handle it so you do not cut yourself. Refer all servicing to the EPSON Service Center. • Do not place a vase, container filled with water, or chemicals on the projector.
  • Page 6 Failure to do so may result in injury due to falling or breakage. • Do not place the projector on an unstable place such as a wobbly or inclined stand. Failure to do so may result in injury due to dropping or breakage. •...
  • Page 7: Installation

    2.Installation 2-1.Projection distance between projector and screen First of all, determine the projection distance between the projector and the screen. Then, place the projector the correct distance from the screen. 2-1-1.When using the standard lens <Model EMP-7350/EMP-7250/EMP-5350> • Adjust the distance between the projector lens and screen so that the desired image size is obtained.
  • Page 8: Model Emp-8000

    <Model EMP-8000/EMP-9000> • Adjust the distance between the projector lens and screen so that the desired image size is obtained. • The projectors that can be mounted with this bracket are equipped with 1.4X zoom lenses. Thus, the maximum enlargement of the projected image size is 1.4 times the minimum enlargement.
  • Page 9: 2-1-2.When Using The Long Zoom Lens Elpll02 (Optional)

    2-1-2.When using the long zoom lens ELPLL02 (optional) <ELP-8000> The screen image in the maximum zoom in mode is projected at a size 1.7 times larger than that in the minimum zoom in mode as an 1.7:1 zoom lens is fitted as optional. We recommend that the projection distance between the projector and the screen is set to 4.1 m to 17.6 m at installation.
  • Page 10: 2-1-3.When Using The Long Zoom Lens Elpll01 (Optional)

    2-1-3.When using the long zoom lens ELPLL01 (optional) <Model EMP-7350/7250/5350> The screen image in the maximum zoom in mode is projected at a size 1.7 times larger than that in the minimum zoom in mode as an 1.7:1 zoom lens is fitted as optional. We recommend that the projection distance between the projector and the screen is set to 1.9 m to 25.8 m at installation.
  • Page 11: Attaching The Long Throw Zoom Lens

    • Attaching the LONG THROW ZOOM LENS Warning • The lens is sold under the condition that it is attached by a dealer with sufficient skill and technical ability. • Tighten the screws securely. • Incorrect attachment of the lens may result in it falling and causing accidents if the projector is suspended.
  • Page 12 (3)Remove the operating panel lead circuit board and front case. Raise the front case gently to a position where the lead circuit board’s • connections can be checked. Release the connector lock and remove the lead circuit board. • Remove the front case. •...
  • Page 13 (5)Removing the standard lens. Use the supplied screwdriver to remove the four screws, then detach the lens. • (7)Attach the LONG THROW ZOOM LENS Remove the lens cover attached to the lens mounting face. • Use the supplied screwdriver to fix the lens in proper place with the four screws. •...
  • Page 14 <Model EMP-8000> (1)Remove the rear interface panel. Remove the tow screws and detach the interface panel. • Memo Choose a Phillips screwdriver which suits the screws. Front case screws (2) Unscrew the four screws to remove the existing lens using a hexagon head screwdriver supplied with the long zoom lens.
  • Page 15 (3) Remove the rear lens cap on the long zoom lens. (4) Install the long zoom lens with the four screws using a hexago head screwdriver supplied with it. Ensure that the arrow of the "UPPER" mark on the seal is placed up. seal screws Rear lens cap...
  • Page 16: 2-1-4.When Using The Wide Conversion Lens (Elpcw01)

    2-1-4.When using the wide conversion lens (ELPCW01) The wide conversion lens can be used by fitting it to the standard lens. The projection distance when this lens is used is shorter than when the standard lens is used. We recommend that the projection distance between the projector and the screen is set to 0.9 m to 12.6m at installation.
  • Page 17: 2-1-5.When Using The Wide Zoom Lens Elplw01 (Optional)

    2-1-5.When using the wide zoom lens ELPLW01 (optional) <ELP-8000/ELP-9000> The screen image in the maximum zoom in mode is projected at a size 1.2 times larger than that in the minimum zoom in mode as an 1.2:1 zoom lens is fitted as optional. We recommend that the projection distance between the projector and the screen is set to 1.7 m to 6.8 m at installation.
  • Page 18 <Model EMP-7350/7250, PowerLite 7350/7250> Warning • Be sure to screw the wide conversion lens and adapter ring down completely. Unless they are securely screwed on, they could fall off and cause damage or injury (especially when the projector is ceiling-mounted). (1)Remove the rear lens cap.
  • Page 19 <Model EMP-5350, PowerLite 5350> (1)Screw the adapter ring into the standard lens. (2)Rotate the adapter ring in the direction of the arrow below until it is secure. (3)Remove the rear lens cap from the wide conversion lens. (4)Screw the wide conversion lens into the adapter ring. (5)Rotate it in the direction of the arrow below until it is secure.
  • Page 20: 2-2.Cabling

    2-2.Cabling 2-2-1.Connecting to a computer <Model EMP-7350/EMP-5350/EMP-8000> • Projecting the computer image The computer cable supplied with the projector can be used to connect to a computer. Note: • If the projector is located at a distance from a computer, an optional 3 m computer cable ELPKC09 can be used to connect to the computer.
  • Page 21: Connecting Two Computers

    <Connecting two computers> In addition to the computer cable supplied with the projector, an optional 1.8 m (ELPKC02) or 3 m (ELPKC09) computer cable is required to connect to a computer. Memo Prepare a cable with the connector at the end of the computer mating to the output terminal of it. EMP-7350-7250/5350 EMP-8000 Computer2/BNC...
  • Page 22: Projecting The Projector Image On A Monitor Display

    <Projecting the projector image on a monitor display> The following figure shows the cable connection to project the projector image on a monitor display. Note: • Except for a computer with the "15-pin micro-D-style" port, an adapter can be used to connect to a computer.
  • Page 23: Outputting The Computer Voice From The Projector

    <Outputting the computer voice from the projector> An 3W x 2 (output) amplifier is built into the projector. Note: • If the projector is located at a distance from a computer, a commercially available audio cable (with a 3.5 mm stereo mini plug at the end of projector) can be used to connect to the computer. Caution: •...
  • Page 24: Outputting The Computer Voice Input To The Projector From External Audio Equipment

    <Outputting the computer voice input to the projector from external audio equipment> A commercially available audio cable can be used to output the computer voice from external audio equipment. Note: • When an audio cable is plugged in the Audio Output terminal on the projector, the computer voice is automatically output to external audio equipment.
  • Page 25: Connecting To A Workstation

    <Connecting to a workstation> Note: • If the projector is located at a distance from a workstation, a universal extension cable can be used to connect to the workstation. Avoid an unnecessarily long cabling. The unnecessarily long cabling may cause image noise. •...
  • Page 26: If The Workstation Is A 5Bnc Port (1)

    <If the workstation is a 5BNC port (1):> For EMP-7350/7250/5350, a commercially available "15-pin micro-D-style - 5BNC" cable can be used to connect to a workstation. For EMP-8000, the computer cable supplied with this projector (15-pin micro-D-style - 5BNC) can be used to connect to a workstation.
  • Page 27: 2-2-2.Connecting To A Video Source

    2-2-2.Connecting to a video source <Model EMP-7350/EMP-7250/EMP-5350> Note: • If the projector is located at a distance from a video source, a universal extension cable can be used to connect to a workstation. Avoid an unnecessarily long cabling. The unnecessarily long cabling may cause image noise.
  • Page 28: Inputting The Component (Color-Difference) Video Signal

    • Inputting the component (color-difference) video signal Note: • Connect the projector to a video source as follows: Video source Projector R/R-Y G-R (G Sync) B/B-Y • To project the computer image using the BNC terminal, make the necessary settings as referring to the section "Setting the BNC terminal entry mode"...
  • Page 29: Inputting The Composite Video Signal

    <Model EMP-8000> • Inputting the composite video signal Audio terminal L (white) Audio terminal R Video terminal Video terminal(yellow) (red) (yellow) Audio terminal L (white) Audio terminal R (red) A/V cable (supplied with this projector) • Inputting the S-Video signal A commercially available S-Video cable can be used to connect to a video source as it is not supplied with the projector.
  • Page 30: Inputting The Component (Color-Difference) Video Signal

    • Inputting the component (color-difference) video signal Note: • Connect the projector to a video source as follows: Video source Projector R/R-Y G-R (G Sync) B/B-Y • To project the computer image using the BNC terminal, make the necessary settings as referring to the section "Setting the BNC terminal entry mode"...
  • Page 31: Setting The Bnc Terminal Entry Mode

    • Setting the BNC terminal entry mode To use the BNC terminal, set the input video signal mode as described below. (1) Press [Menu] button to display the Main menu. Press [Sync +, -](control panel) or [Enter](remote control) button on the Main menu to select Setting. (2) Press[ (Enter) (control panel) or [Enter] (remote control).Press [Sync +, -](control panel) or [Enter](remote control) button to select "BNC".
  • Page 32: 2-3.Mounting Position And Location

    2-3.Mounting Position and Location • This Ceiling Mount is used to mount Epson Multi-Media Projectors directly on the ceiling. • The design of the actual product may not be identical to that shown in the illustration. • Specifications are subject to change without notice.
  • Page 33: 2-3-2.Assembly And Mounting

    2-3-2.Assembly and Mounting • Projector Mounting (1) Turn the projector upside down, so that the side with the control switches is facing down. (2)Set the projector mounting bracket and tighten using 4 projector lock screws. Projector is to be mounted with the lens facing the same direction as the longer side of the mounting bracket.
  • Page 34: 2-3-3.Adjustment Function

    2-3-3.Adjustment Function Warning • Support from the bottom while adjusting. After adjustment, completely retighten all of the screws. Can result in dropping. (1)Tilt adjustment (adjustable range: Screen approx. 5 degrees up/down) If the projected image is at an angle on the screen, loosen the tilt adjustment screws then adjust the projector by moving it vertically.
  • Page 35: 2-3-4.Example Of Mounting To Ceiling

    • When mounting to ceiling, set parts so that they can withstand the weight of the projector main unit and ceiling mounting bracket, as well as rocking to prevent unit from dropping. • Epson will not be liable for any accidents occurring from the unit dropping due to improper mounting, etc.
  • Page 36: 2-3-5.Ceiling Plate And Pipe Configurations

    2-3-5.Ceiling Plate and Pipe Configurations • Ceiling plate confi ration units : mm • Pipe configurations L dimension • Pipe 370(ELPFE01) 370mm • Pipe 570(ELPFE02) 570mm Hole for fastening the ceiling • Pipe 770(ELPFE03) 770mm installation clamp catch. Hole for fastening to ceiling plate.
  • Page 37: Securing The Ceiling Plate To The Ceiling

    • Securing the Ceiling Plate to the Ceiling Fasten to a structural member with 4 slots (elongated holes) and having sufficient strength in the ceiling. Ceiling plate • Installing the Pipe (1) First of all, set the ornamental Large hole cap on the pipe as shown in the drawing.
  • Page 38 <When Attaching to a Steel Fram> (1)Drill a hole so the pipe can Steel IInstallation plate penetrate the ceiling. frame (2)Prepare an installation plate that matches the steel frame (see drawing) and secure it to the steel frame as shown. (3) Fasten the ceiling plate body to Set-bolts the installation plate with the...
  • Page 39: 2-3-6.Using The Ceiling Mounting Bracket Fixture And Pipe

    2-3-6.Using the ceiling mounting bracket fixture and pipe The projector can also be mounted using the optional ceiling plate and pipe as described below. • Installing the Flange • Assemble the flange and mounting bracket using the dimensions shown in the diagram below. •...
  • Page 40 Failure to do so may result in injury due to falling. • Neither SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION nor its affiliates shall be liable to the purchaser of this product or third parties for damages, losses, costs, or expenses incurred by purchaser or third parties as a result of falling.
  • Page 41 (3)Lower the ceiling mount fixture onto the Pipe lock screw ceiling mount fixture catch. Position the projector so that the opticla axis of the lens is perpendicular to the screen and tighten the pipe screw. Toward the screen...
  • Page 42: 2-3-7.Adjustment Function

    2-3-7.Adjustment Function Warning • Support from the bottom while adjusting. After adjustment, completely retighten all of the screws. • Provide sufficient support when removing the pipe through bolt. Can result in dropping. (1)Horizontal angle adjustment Pipe lock screw If the image is shifted to the left or right in relation to the screen, loosen the pipe screw and adjust by rotating to the left or right.
  • Page 43: Using The Ceiling-Hung Projector

    • Using the ceiling-hung projector When the projector is hung upside-down from the ceiling, the projected image is mirrored vertically (top-bottom) and horizontally (left-right). Make the necessary settings according to the following steps. (1) Press [Menu] button to display the Main menu. Press [Sync +, -] (control panel) or [Enter] (remote control) button on the Main menu to select "Advanced".
  • Page 44: Projecting The Image From The Behind Of The Screen

    • Projecting the image from the behind of the screen using the ceiling-hung projector (1) Press [Menu] button to display the Main menu. Press [Sync +, -] (control panel) or [Enter] (remote control) button on the Main menu to select "Advanced". (2) Press [ (Enter)] (control panel) or [Enter] (remote control).
  • Page 45: 2-3-8.Checking That The Projector Is Operational

    2-3-8.Checking that the projector is operational (1) Make the necessary connection to the power supply, computer, and video source. (2) Remove the projector lens cap. Caution: If the projector is used with the lens cap installed, it may be melted due to heat. (3) Place the RC ON OFF switch on the remote control to "ON".
  • Page 46: Installing The Stack Multi-Screen(Model Emp-8000 Only)

    3.Installing the stack multi-screen(Model EMP-8000 only) The stack multi-screen can be used to project the image at about double brightness by installing two projectors of the same model vertically and projecting the same image simultaneously. It uses the stack fitting and the lens shift function provided with EMP-8000. 3-1.The following tips should be kept in mind when you install the stack multi-screen: •...
  • Page 47: 3-2.Connection For Stack Projection Of The Computer Image

    3-2.Connection for stack projection of the computer image In case of the stack-connection, the first projector is connected as a master , and the next projector is connected as a slave projector 1. Up to 4 projectors including the master projector can be connected on the stack-connection.
  • Page 48 (3)Connect the "Monitor Out" of the master projector to the "Computer1" of the slave projector 1 using the 15-pin micro-D-style cable. Master projector Slave projector 1 Computer1 terminal Monitor Out terminal 15-pin micro-D-style cable (4) If the slave projector 2 or 3 is used, repeat the step 3. Example Slave projector 2 15-pin micro-D-style cable...
  • Page 49: 3-2-2.Adjustment Before Stack Projection

    3-2-2.Adjustment before stack projection If two or more projectors are used to project images, it is required to make the necessary adjustment including a superimposing of one image upon another and the color temperature. <Adjusting the color with the test pattern> The test pattern allows you to adjust the stack position color by projecting it on the screen.
  • Page 50: Using The Lens Shift Function

    (7) The test pattern is projected after about 20 seconds. Note: • If you use a monitor with the resolution lower than 1,208 x 1,024 dots, the display of the test pattern is slightly different. • Move the mouse pointer to the low end of the screen. If the mouse pointer is not located at the required position, the adjustment may not be made properly.
  • Page 51: Color Setting

    • Color setting If two projectors are mounted with the stack, set the color temperature, and black and white levels so that they provide the same color temperature. (1) Press [Menu] button to display the Main menu. Press [Sync +, -] (control panel) or [Enter] (remote control) button on the Main menu to select "Advanced".
  • Page 52: 3-3.Operating/Controlling The Stack-Connected Projectors

    3-3.Operating/controlling the stack-connected projectors To establish or release the stack-connection, use the "application software ELP-Link IV" which is installed in a computer. For further information about the installation of ELP-Link IV, refer to the Owner’s manual supplied with the projector. 3-3-1.Establishing the stack-connection (1) Connect the master projector to a computer.
  • Page 53 (3) Turn on the computer connected to the master projector, and start "ELP-Link IV". (4) When "ELP-Link IV" is started, the following window is displayed. Always select "No" on the window. (5) Select the menu item as follows. For Windows users: Select "About ELP-Link IV"...
  • Page 54 [10] [11]...
  • Page 55 The following table shows the buttons/boxes on the Installer specific setting window and the respective description/function. Button/box Description/function [1]Projector select button Select a projector to be set. It works in the same manner as with the projector control window. It disables all buttons on projector 1 to 4 on a standalone connection.
  • Page 56: 3-3-2.Operating The Stack-Connected Projectors

    3-3-2.Operating the stack-connected projectors When the stack-connection is established successfully, you can operate them using the control panels on the projectors, remote control and ELP-Link IV. • Turn on all projectors at a time Pressing the Power button on the remote control, or sending the power-on command through ELP-Link IV turns on all stack-connected projectors.
  • Page 57: 3-3-4.Using The Setting Menu

    3-3-4.Using the setting menu • For Windows users: A pull-down menu appears by clicking Menu on the Installer specific setting window. Menu title Menu item Status Description File (F) Open (O) Ctrl + O Enabled Opens up the file select dialog*1. It can open a projector control file (with a filename extension elp).
  • Page 58: For Macintosh Users

    • For Macintosh users: A pull-down menu appears by clicking Menu on the Installer specific setting window. Menu title Menu item Status Description About ELP-Link IV Enabled Indicates version information. File New Command + N Disabled Open Command + O Enabled Opens up the file select dialog*1.
  • Page 59 Menu title Menu item Status Description ELP-Link IV Help (Sysytem7.*) *1 Adjust the folder to the setting on the control panel.
  • Page 60: 3-3-5.Operations And Restrictions On The Stack-Connection

    3-3-5.Operations and restrictions on the stack-connection Some operations available on the stack-connection are different from those on the standalone connection, and some restrictions are imposed on them. • Operations Operation Description Resize This operation is performed from the master projector. Then, the slave projectors are displayed against a dark background.
  • Page 61: Installing The Remote Control Receiver

    4.Installing the remote control receiver 4-1.Installing The remote control receiver is required if you want to operate the projector at a distance of 10 m or more from it, or if the remote control cannot be pointed towards the remote control sensor on the projector due to impediments.
  • Page 62: Maintenance

    5.Maintenance Warning: • Never open the cabinet of the projector except for your dealer or qualified service personnel. Dangerous electrical voltages inside the projector can cause electric shock. • Extra special care must be taken on handling the power plug/power connector. Always take the following precautions when handling the power plug and power connector.
  • Page 63: 5-1.Replacing The Lamp

    5-1.Replacing the lamp Caution • Insert the lamp and fasten the lamp cover securely to turn on the projector without fail. For safety, the projector turn itself off if the lamp cover is open. Note: • The total lamp usage time is automatically reset to 0 when the lamp is replaced with the new one.
  • Page 64 (4)Gently insert the new lamp by lowering it into position. Align the lamp, and push it as far as it • will go. Use a screwdriver, coin, or similar object to tighten the screws you loosened in step 3. (5)Replace the lamp cover. Align the lamp cover, and push it.
  • Page 65: 5-1-2.Model Emp-8000

    5-1-2.Model EMP-8000 Replace the lamp as described below. Use only replacement lamp part number ELPLP08 (optional). (1)Turn off the projector. Unplug the power cable from the wall outlet after the projector is cooled down sufficiently. The time required to cool down the projector varies with an ambient •...
  • Page 66 (5)Replace the fan. Align the lamp cover, and push it. Use a • screwdriver supplied with the optional lamp to tighten the screws you loosened in step 2.
  • Page 67: 5-2.Replacing The Air Filter

    5-2.Replacing the air filter Replace the air filter with the new one supplied with lamp after replacing the lamp as well. Caution: Stand the projector with the handle at the top to prevent dust from entering the projector. 5-2-1.Model EMP-7350/EMP-7250/EMP-5350 (1)Turn off the projector.
  • Page 68: 5-2-2.Model Emp-8000

    5-2-2.Model EMP-8000 (1)Turn off the projector. Unplug the power cable from the wall outlet after the projector is cooled down sufficiently. The time required to cool down the projector varies with an ambient • temperature. (2)Lift off the air filter cover. * Stand the projector with the handle at the top to prevent dust from entering the projector.
  • Page 69: Product Specifications

    6.Product specifications 6-1.Projector specifications 6-1-1.Model EMP-7350/EMP-7250/EMP-5350 Product name Multimedia projector Model name EMP-7350/ EMP-7250/ EMP-5350 Dimension 300 [W] x 129 [H] x 400 [D] mm (lens foot included) Size of panel 1.3 inches (27 mm [W] x 20 mm [H] x 34 mm [from the upper left corner to the lower right corner]) Type of display...
  • Page 70: 6-1-2.Model Emp-8000

    6-1-2.Model EMP-8000 Product name Multimedia projector Model name EMP-8000 Dimension 305 [W] x 157 [H] x 475 [D] mm (lens foot included) Size of panel 1.3 inches (27 mm [W] x 20 mm [H] x 34 mm [from the upper left corner to the lower right corner]) Type of display...
  • Page 71: 6-2.Lens Specifications

    6-2.Lens specifications 6-2-1.Long zoom lens (ELPLL02) Focal length 68.3 to 116.2 mm Zoom ratio 1:1.7 F number 2.14 to 2.98 Projection size 40 to 300 inches Weight approx. 1900 g 6-2-2.Wide conversion lens (ELPCW01) The projection distance when this lens is used is 0.765 times shorter than when the standard lens is used if the screen size is same.
  • Page 72: 6-3.Using The Control Panel On The Projector

    6-3.Using the control panel on the projector 6-3-1.Model EMP-7350/EMP-7250/EMP-5350 [10] [11] [12] [14] [1]Operation indicator It tells you the projector’s operating status. [2]Power button It is used to start or stop projection. [3]Help button It is used to describe how to handle a problem by item. [4]Resize button It switches the display dot mode and resize mode.
  • Page 73 [10]A/V Mute buttonì It is used to switch to S-Video 1, Composite Video, or Component Video. [11]Computer buttonì It is used to switch to Computer 1, Computer 2, BNC (RGB), or Component Video. [12]Menu button It is used to display or hide the menu. [13] (Enter) button It is used to register a menu selection.
  • Page 74: 6-3-2.Model Emp-8000

    6-3-2.Model EMP-8000 [10] [11] [12] [13] [14] [1]Operation indicator It tells you the projector’s operating status. [2]Power button It is used to start or stop projection. [3]Computer button It is used to switch to Computer 1, Computer 2, BNC (RGB), or Component Video. [4]A/V Mute button It is used to cut off video and audio temporarily.
  • Page 75 [10]Sync button It is used to adjust an overall image that is fuzzy or streaked. During menu or help operations, it acts as a up or down arrow key. [11]Esc button It is used to terminate the function that is executed currently. During menu or help operations, it is used to go back to the next higher layer.
  • Page 76: 6-4.Using The Remote Control

    6-4.Using the remote control The remote control can be used commonly among all models. 6-4-1.Front [1]Indicator It comes on while the remote control signal is output. [2]Remote control sender It outputs the remote control signal. [3]Power button It is used to start or stop the projector. [10] [4]R/C ON OFF button It is used to turn on or off the remote control.
  • Page 77: 6-4-2.Inside Of The Cover

    6-4-2.Inside of the cover [1]Menu button It is used to display or hide the menu. [2]Comp1 button CIt is used to switch to Computer1. [3]S-Video button It is used to switch to S-Video. [4]Auto button [10] The computer image is optimized. [11] [5]Pin P button It is used to display the video image as a child...
  • Page 78: 6-5.I/O Terminals

    6-5.I/O terminals 6-5-1.Model EMP-7350/EMP-7250/EMP-5350 [10] [10] BNC Switch [1]Audio Out It is used to output the audio signal from the projector. [2]Remote It is used to connect the optional remote control receiver. [3]Computer Out It is used to output the signal from the computer. [4]BNC •R/R-Y •G/Y...
  • Page 79 [7]L-Audio-R It is used to input the audio signal from the A/V equipment. [8]Computer1/2 It is used to input the video signal from the computer. [9]GAudio1 /2 It is used to input the audio signal from the A/V equipment through a stereo mini jack. [10]Mouse/Com1/2 It is used to connect to the computer when using the remote control as a wireless mouse, or the Projector Software supplied with the projector.
  • Page 80: 6-5-2.Model Emp-8000

    6-5-2.Model EMP-8000 [10] [11] [12] [1]Monitor Out It is used to output the video signal. The signal input from the Computer and BNC terminals is output. [2]Audio Out It is used to output the audio signal from the projector. [3]Remote It is used to connect the optional remote control receiver.
  • Page 81 • HD/Sync • VD It is used to input the BNC video signal from the workstation, or the component video signal (color-difference signal) from the video. To use the image from this terminal, place the BNC switch of the I/O terminal at the back of the projector to the "BNC"...
  • Page 82: 6-6.Dimensional Diagram

    6-6.Dimensional diagram 6-6-1.Projector<Model EMP-8000> • Upeer sede • Left Side The position of the lens can be adjusted using the lens shift function.
  • Page 83 • Right Side • Back Side • Front Side...
  • Page 84: 6-6-2.I/O Panel

    • Botom Side 6-6-2.I/O panel...
  • Page 85: 6-7.Connector Pin Assignments

    6-7.Connector pin assignments 6-7-1.Computer1/2 In 15-pin micro-D-style connector Pin No. Signal Pin No Signal Red video input Green video input Sync GND Blue video input Monitor bit ID input (Bit 0) Monitor bit ID input (Bit 2)2 Horizontal sync/composite sync input Red video GND Vertical sync input Green video GND...
  • Page 86: 6-7-3.Audio Out

    6-7-3.Audio Out 3.5 mm stereo mini jack Pin No. Signal 1, 6 to 9 Audio output L Audio output R Line out jack plug-in detection 6-7-4.Computer Out(Model EMP-800:Monitor Out) 15-pin micro-D-style connector Pin No. Pin No. Signal Signal Red video output Reserved Green video output Blue video output...
  • Page 87: 6-7-5.S-Video In

    6-7-5.S-Video In 4-pin micro-DIN-style connector Pin No. Signal 1, 2, 6 Y signal input C signal input Input detection 6-7-6.L-Audio-R RCA type pin jack 6-7-7.L-Audio2-R RCA type pin jack 6-7-8.Video RCA type pin jack...
  • Page 88: 6-7-9.Mouse/Com

    6-7-9.Mouse/Com 13-pin multi-mouse jack The significance of the Mouse/Com pins varies with the mode used. PC serial/Mac Pin No. PS/2 mouse Mac mouse Serial mouse serial mouse Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved READY Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved...
  • Page 89: 6-8.Main Cable

    6-8.Main cable DOS/V,PC98 Serial mouse cable COM port Main cable (RS-232C) Select cither one Serial 13pin according to type of Mouse port interface (for mouse) with same PC (PS/2)mouse cable Projector function PC Serial cable Serial port (RS-232C) (Required cnly when link set option is Main cable used) Macintosh...

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