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SERVICE MANUAL

Model Name : P5270/P5270 Refresh
Date
Revise Version
2007/07/17
2007/08/08
2008/08/15
2008/10/10
Copyright Oct, 2008. All Rights Reserved
Prepared by SI :
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Prepared by TSE :
________________________________________
Check by :
________________________________________
Approved by :
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V1.0
V2.0
V3.0
Add Waveform Download in Chapter5, modify
V4.0
Description
Initial Issue
Modify Chapter 5
Add P5270 Refresh,Modify CH1
Chapter4, Chapter6 and AppendixB
P/N: 36.87W10G001

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  • Page 1: Service Manual

    SERVICE MANUAL Model Name : P5270/P5270 Refresh Prepared by SI : ________________________________________ Prepared by TSE : ________________________________________ Check by : ________________________________________ Approved by : ________________________________________ Date Revise Version Description 2007/07/17 V1.0 Initial Issue 2007/08/08 V2.0 Modify Chapter 5 2008/08/15 V3.0 Add P5270 Refresh,Modify CH1 Add Waveform Download in Chapter5, modify 2008/10/10...
  • Page 2 RSPL Comparison Parts P5270 P5270 Refresh MAIN BOARD 70.87W12GR01 70.87W44GR01 KEYPAD BOARD 80.87H03G001 80.87U03G003 Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh...
  • Page 3 Preface This manual is applied to P5270/P5270 Refresh projection system. The manual gives you a brief description of basic technical information to help in service and maintain the product. Your customers will appreciate the quick response time when you immediate- ly identify problems that occur with our products.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Table of Content Chapter 1 Introduction Product Highlight Compatible Mode System Block Diagram Bottom Cover Demension Chapter 2 Disassembly Procedure Equipment Needed & Product Overview Disassemble Lamp Cover Module and Top Cover Module Disassemble Keypad Module Disassemble Top Support Shielding Disassemble Back Cover Disassemble Front Cover Module Disassemble Left Cover Module &...
  • Page 5 Chapter 4 Function Test & Alignment Procedure Test Equipment Needed Service Mode Reset (OSD) Test Condition Inspection Procedure Chapter 5 Firmware Upgrade Equipment Needed Firmware Upgrade Mode Installation Procedure Firmware Upgrade Procedure Waveform Download Chapter 6 EDID Key-in Procedure Equipment Needed Setup Procedure (VGA1,VGA2,DVI) EDID Key-In Procedure Setup Procedure (HDMI)
  • Page 6: Chapter 1 Introduction

    Chapter 1 Introduction 1-1 Highlight Item Description Dimensions - 299 x 105 x 229.3mm (W x H x D) Weight - 3.0kg - Advanced Air Flow - Two fans with system acoustic noise level Cooling - Temperature control circuits with adaptive fan rotational System speeds - High altitude cooling mode...
  • Page 7 Item Description - 310W(Max.) normal mode (without wireless module) - 240W+-10% ECO mode (without wireless module) (for P5270); - 220W(Max.) ECO mode (without wireless module) Power Con- (for P5270 Refresh) sumption - Standby < 10W (without wireless module) (for P5270) - Standby <...
  • Page 8 Item Description Engineer spec and Marketing spec: - 2550 ANSI Lumens (Typical; Full power mode) (for P5270) - 2150 ANSI Lumens (Minimum; Full power mode) Brightness (for P5270) - 2700 ANSI Lumens (Typical; Full power mode) (for P5270 Refresh) - 2400 ANSI Lumens (Minimum; Full power mode) (for P5270 Refresh) Engineer spec and Marketing spec: Contrast...
  • Page 9 Item Description MTBF - Operating more than 25,000 hrs (90% confidence level) Color - 6 segments (R90Y28G90C28W42B82) Wheel - 7200 rpm Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh...
  • Page 10: Compatible Mode

    1-2 Compatible Mode A. VGA Analog Mode Resolution V-Sync (Hz) Horiz.Freq.(KHz) 640x480 31.50 640x480 37.90 640x480 37.50 640x480 43.30 720x400 31.50 720x400 37.90 SVGA 800x600 35.20 SVGA 800x600 37.90 SVGA 800x600 48.10 SVGA 800x600 46.90 SVGA 800x600 53.70 SVGA 832x624 49.725 1024x768 48.40...
  • Page 11 Mode Resolution V-Sync (Hz) Horiz.Freq.(KHz) SXGA 1280x1024 79.98 SXGA 1280x1024 91.10 QuadVGA 1280x960 59.70 QuadVGA 1280x960 75.23 SXGA+ 1400x1050 63.98 UXGA 1600x1200 75.00 Power Mac G4 640x480 66.6(67) 34.93 Power Mac G4 800x600 37.90 Power Mac G4 1024x768 48.40 Power Mac G4 1152x870 68.68 Power Mac G4...
  • Page 12 Mode Resolution V-Sync (Hz) Horiz.Freq.(KHz) WXGA 1280x720 45.00 WXGA 1280X800 49.702 WXGA 1360x768 47.72 WXGA 1440x900 55.935 Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh...
  • Page 13 B. DVI Digital Mode Resolution V-Sync (Hz) Horiz.Freq.(KHz) 640x480 31.50 640x480 37.90 640x480 37.50 640x480 43.30 720x400 31.50 720x400 37.90 SVGA 800x600 35.20 SVGA 800x600 37.90 SVGA 800x600 48.10 SVGA 800x600 46.90 SVGA 800x600 53.70 SVGA 832x624 49.725 1024x768 48.40 1024x768 56.50 1024x768...
  • Page 14 Mode Resolution V-Sync (Hz) Horiz.Freq.(KHz) SXGA 1280x1024 79.98 SXGA 1280x1024 91.10 QuadVGA 1280x960 59.70 QuadVGA 1280x960 75.23 SXGA+ 1400x1050 63.98 UXGA 1600x1200 75.00 Power Mac G4 640x480 66.6(67) 34.93 Power Mac G4 800x600 37.90 Power Mac G4 1024x768 48.40 Power Mac G4 1152x870 68.68 Power Mac G4...
  • Page 15 Mode Resolution V-Sync (Hz) Horiz.Freq.(KHz) WXGA 1280x720 45.00 WXGA 1280x800 49.702 WXGA 1360x768 47.72 WXGA 1440x900 55.935 WXGA 1680x1050 65.290 480i (NTSC) 720x480(1440x480) 59.94(29.97) 27.00 480p (NTSC) 720x480 59.94 31.47 576i (PAL) 720x576(1440x576) 50(25) 27.00 576p (PAL) 720x576 31.25 720p (NTSC) 1280x720 45.00 720p (PAL)
  • Page 16 C. HDMI Digital Mode Resolution V-Sync (Hz) Horiz.Freq.(KHz) 640x480 31.50 640x480 37.90 640x480 37.50 640x480 43.30 720x400 31.50 720x400 37.90 SVGA 800x600 35.20 SVGA 800x600 37.90 SVGA 800x600 48.10 SVGA 800x600 46.90 SVGA 800x600 53.70 SVGA 832x624 49.925 1024x768 48.40 1024x768 56.50 1024x768...
  • Page 17 Mode Resolution V-Sync (Hz) Horiz.Freq.(KHz) SXGA 1280x1024 79.98 SXGA 1280x1024 91.10 QuadVGA 1280x960 59.70 QuadVGA 1280x960 75.23 SXGA+ 1400x1050 63.98 UXGA 1600x1200 75.00 Power Mac G4 640x480 66.6(67) 34.93 Power Mac G4 800x600 37.90 Power Mac G4 1024x768 48.40 Power Mac G4 1152x870 68.68 Power Mac G4...
  • Page 18 Mode Resolution V-Sync (Hz) Horiz.Freq.(KHz) WXGA 1280x720 45.00 WXGA 1280x800 49.702 WXGA 1360x768 47.72 WXGA 1440x900 55.935 WXGA 1680x1050 65.290 480i (NTSC) 720x480(1440x480) 59.94(29.97) 27.00 480p (NTSC) 720x480 59.94 31.47 576i (PAL) 720x576(1440x576) 50(25) 27.00 576p (PAL) 720x576 31.25 720p (NTSC) 1280x720 45.00 720p (PAL)
  • Page 19: Product Overview

    1-3 Product Overview Front / upper side Item Description Item Description Zoom ring Lens cap Focus ring Elevator button Remote control receiver Elevator foot Zoom lens Control panel Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh 1-14...
  • Page 20: Rear Side

    Rear side Item Description Item Description DVI input connector (for digital Audio input connector (1) signal with HDCP function) RS232 connector KensingtonTM lock port USB connector Power socket Below items are for P5260/P5271 series S-Video input connector only Composite video input connec- HDMI connector Monitor loop-through output Audio input connector (2)
  • Page 21: Control Panel

    Control Panel Item Function Description LAMP Lamp Indicator LED Empowering Unique Acer functions: eOpening, eView, eTimer. TEMP Temp Indicator LED Adjusts the image to compensate for distortion caused by Keystone tilting the projector (±16 degrees). RESYNC Automatically synchronizes the projector to the input source.
  • Page 22 Remote Control Layout Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh 1-17...
  • Page 23 Laser button hold this button to activate the laser pointer.This function is not supported in Japanese market. Empowering Unique Acer functions: eOpening, eView, eTimer Management. Adjusts the image to compensate for distortion KEYSTONE caused by tilting the projector (± 16 degrees).
  • Page 24 To turn on/off the volume. Press “WIRELESS” to display the image which is wirelessly transmitted from the PC to the projector via WIRELESS the “Acer eProjection Management” utility. (for wire- less model) Press “0~9” to input a password in the “Security set- KeyPad 0~9 tings”.
  • Page 25 Note: Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh 1-20...
  • Page 26 Getting Started Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh 1-21...
  • Page 27 Item Description Item Description Power cord S-Video cable VGA cable Audio cable jack/jack Composite video cable Audio cable jack/jack HDMI cable (P5260/5271 USB cable series) VGA to component/HDTV adapter Note: To ensure the projector works well with your computer, please make sure the timing of the display mode is compatible with the projector.
  • Page 28: System Block Diagram

    System Block Diagram Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh 1-23...
  • Page 29: Bottom Cover Demension

    Bottom Cover Dimension Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh 1-24...
  • Page 30: Equipment Needed & Product Overview

    Chapter 2 Disassembly Process 2-1 Equipment Needed & Product Overview Item Photo Item Photo Screw Bit (+) Hex Sleeves :107 Hex Sleeves Tweezers Long Nose Nipper(Left) Screw Bit (+) :102 Angle Cutting Nipper(Right) Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh...
  • Page 31 Item Photo Item Photo Front Side Back side Left Side Right Side Bottom Top Cover Cover Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh...
  • Page 32: Disassemble Lamp Cover Module And Top Cover Module

    2-2 Disassemble Lamp Cover Module and Top Cover Module Procedure Photo (1) Press 2 latches to pull up Lamp Cover Module (as yellow ellipse) (2) Unscrew 6 screws on top cover (as red circle) (3) Unscrew 2 screws on back cover (as yellow circle) (4) Unplug 1 connector...
  • Page 33 Procedure Photo (1) Disassemble Top Cover Module& Lamp Cover Module (2) Disassemble Lamp Cover Module from Top Cover Module NOTE: When you Disassemble the Lamp Cover Module, you have to push forward it from the Top Cover Module. (As the picture show) Lamp Cover Module Top Cover Module Confidential...
  • Page 34: Disassemble Keypad Module

    2-3 Disassemble Keypad Module Procedure Photo (1) Unscrew 4 screws (as red circle) (2) Unplug 1 Connector (as yellow square) (3) Disassemble all compo- nents of Keypad Module Top Cover Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh...
  • Page 35: Disassemble Top Support Shielding

    2-4 Disassemble Top Support Shielding Procedure Photo (1) Unscrew 6 screws (as red circle) (2) Disassemble Top Support Shielding Top Support Shielding Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh...
  • Page 36: Disassemble

    2-5 Disassemble Back Cover Procedure Photo (1) Unscrew 8 hex screws (as green circle) (2) Unscrew 2 screws (as red circle) (3) Disassemble Back Cover Back Cover Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh...
  • Page 37: Disassemble Front Cover Module

    2-6 Disassemble Front Cover Module Procedure Photo (1) Unscrew 2 screws (as red circle) (2) Unplug 1 connector (as yellow square) (3) Disassemble Front Cover Module Front Cover Module Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh...
  • Page 38 Procedure Photo Press 1 tenon to disassemble IR Sensor (as yellow square) IR Sensor Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh...
  • Page 39: Disassemble Left Cover Module & Right Cover Module

    2-7 Disassemble Left Cover Module & Right Cover Module Procedure Photo (1) Unscrew 1 screw on left side to disassemble Left Cover Module (as red circle) (2) unscrew 1 screw and un- plug 1 connector on right side to disassemble Right Cover Module (as yellow circle and yellow square)
  • Page 40: Disassemble Speaker

    2-8 Disassemble Speaker Procedure Photo (1) Unscrew 2 screws on Right Cover Module (as red circle) (2) Disassemble Speaker Speaker Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh 2-11...
  • Page 41: Disassemble Lamp Module

    2-9 Disassemble Lamp Module Procedure Photo (1) Unscrew 2 screws (as red circle) (2) Disassemble Lamp Module Lamp Module Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh 2-12...
  • Page 42: Disassemble Main Board Module

    2-10 Disassemble Main Board Module Procedure Photo (1) Unscrew 4 screws (as red circle) (2) Unplug 6 connectors (as yellow square) (3) Disassemble Main Board & Mylar Main Board Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh 2-13...
  • Page 43: Disassemble Fan Module

    2-11 Disassemble Fan Module Procedure Photo (1) Unscrew 3 screws to dis- assemble Fan Module (as red circle) (2) Unscrew 4 screws to dis- asemble Fan & Bracket (as green circle) NOTE: The thermal switch cable must go along the dent.
  • Page 44: Disassemble Lvps Bracket , Mylar & Lvps Module

    2-12 Disassemble LVPS Bracket , Mylar & LVPS Module Procedure Photo (1) Disassemble a Sponge (as yellow square) (2) Unscrew 1 ground screw (as green circle) (3) Unscrew 4 screws to dis- assemble LVPS Bracket & Mylar (as red circle) (4) Unplug 3 Connectors (as yellow square) Confidential...
  • Page 45 Procedure Photo Disassemble LVPS Module LVPS Module Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh 2-16...
  • Page 46: Disassemble Engine Module

    2-13 Disassemble Engine Module Procedure Photo (1) Unscrew 4 screws (as red circle) (2) Disassemble Engine Mod- Engine Module Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh 2-17...
  • Page 47 Procedure Photo (1) Unscrew 1 screw (as red circle) (2) Disassemble thermal switch (3) Unscrew 1 screw (as green circle) (4) Disassemble Zoom Ring and Focus Ring Thermal Switch Focus Ring Zoom Ring Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh 2-18...
  • Page 48: Disassemble Rod Module

    2-14 Disassemble ROD Module Procedure Photo (1) Unscrew 2 screws (as red circle) (2) Disassemble Mylar (3) Unscrew 1 screw (as green circle) (4) Disassemble ROD Hide Ray Plate Mylar ROD Hide Ray Plate Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh 2-19...
  • Page 49 Procedure Photo (1) Unscrew 2 screws (as red circle) (2) Disassemble ROD Fix Plate and ROD Module Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh 2-20...
  • Page 50: Disassemble Color Wheel Module

    2-15 Disassemble Color Wheel Module Procedure Photo (1) Unscrew 2 screws (as red circle) (2) Disassemble Color wheel Module (3) Unscrew 1 screw (as green circle) (4) Disassemble Color Wheel and Photo Sensor Color Wheel Photo Sensor Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh 2-21...
  • Page 51: Disassemble Dmd Board & Dmd Chip Module

    2-16 Disassemble DMD Board & DMD Chip Module Procedure Photo (1) Unscrew 2 hex screws (as green circle) (2) Disassemble DMD Board & DMD Chip Module DMD Board & DMD Chip Module (1) Rotate the switch (as yellow circle) (2) Disassemble DMD Chip from DMD Board Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh...
  • Page 52: Disassemble Mask

    2-17 Disassemble Mask Procedure Photo (1) Press 1 tennon to loosen the lamp driver cable (as yellow square) (2) Unscrew 1 screw (as red circle) (3) Disassemble Mask Mask Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh 2-23...
  • Page 53: Disassemble Interrupt Switch Module

    2-18 Disassemble Interrupt Switch Module Procedure Photo (1) Unscrew 1 screw (as red circle) (2) Disassemble Interrupt Switch Module (3) Disassemble Interrupt Switch from Interrupt Switch Support Interrupt Switch Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh 2-24...
  • Page 54: Disassemble Lamp Driver Module

    2-19 Disassemble Lamp Driver Module Procedure Photo (1) Unscrew 1 screw to disas- emble Lamp Driver Module (as red circle) (2) Press 4 tenons (as yellow circle) (3) Disassemble Lamp Driver from Lamp Driver Support Lamp Driver Module Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh 2-25...
  • Page 55: Disassemble Blower Module

    2-20 Disassemble Blower Module Procedure Photo (1) Unscrew 3 screws to dis assemble Blower Module (as red circle) (2) Disassemble all compo- nents of Blower Module Rubber Blower Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh 2-26...
  • Page 56: Disassemble Bottom Support Shielding

    2-21 Disassemble Bottom Support Shielding Procedure Photo (1) Unscrew 2 screws (as red circle) (2) Disassemble Bottom Sup- port Shielding Bottom Support Shielding Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh 2-27...
  • Page 57: Disassemble Elevator Module

    2-22 Disassemble Elevator Module Procedure Photo Disassemble the Rubber (as red square) Rubber Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh 2-28...
  • Page 58 Procedure Photo (1) Unscrew 2 screws (as red circle) (2) Disassemble 1 Spring (as yellow square) (3) Press 1 tenon to disassemble all compo- nents of Elevator Module (as red square) Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh 2-29...
  • Page 59 Procedure Photo The disassembly is complet- Bottom Cover Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh 2-30...
  • Page 60: Chapter 3 Troubleshooting

    Chapter 3 Troubleshooting 3-1 LED Lighting Message Lamp LED Temp LED Power LED Message Blue Standby (power cord plugged in) Lamp retry Quick Flash Turning off Quick Flash (cooling state) Turning off (cooling completed) Error (thermal failure) Error (fan lock failure) Quick Flash Error (lamp breakdown) Error (color Wheel fail)
  • Page 61: Beep Sound

    3-2 Beep Sound Power on (as soon as power button So(0.3s) pressed) Power on (lamp lighting failed) 2 x {So(0.1s) – Off(0.1s)} per lighting failure 12s interval for each trial lighting. Max 4 times of trial Power on (lens cap was not opened, for 2 x {So(0.1s) –...
  • Page 62: Main Procedure

    3-3 Main Procedure Symptom Procedure No Power - Ensure the Power Cord and AC Power Outlet are securely connected - Check Lamp Cover and Interrupt Switch - Ensure all connectors are securely connected and aren’t broken - Check Lamp Driver - Check LVPS - Check Main Board Auto Shut...
  • Page 63 Symptom Procedure No Light On - Ensure all connectors are securely connected and aren’t broken - Check Lamp Module - Check Lamp Driver - Check LVPS - Check Main Board Mechanical Noise - Check Color Wheel - Check Fan Module Line Bar / Line - Check if the Main Board and the DMD Board are Defect...
  • Page 64 Symptom Procedure Remote Controll - Remote Control or Control Panel a. Check Battery Failed b. Check Remote Control c. IR Receiver - Control Panel a. Check FPC b. Check Keypad c. Check Main Board Function Abnormal - Do “Reset” of the OSD Menu - Check Main Board - Check DMD Board Confidential...
  • Page 65 Symptom Procedure Rod Adjustment 1. Environment adjustment - The distance between the engine and the screen is 1.7M - This process should be done at a dark environment.(under 10 Lux) 2. Image position adjustment - If there are shadows at “Left” & “Right” side of the screen, adjust “Screw 1”...
  • Page 66 Symptom Procedure Forgetting Pass- - An unique Universal Password which is printed on the word (adminstra- Security Card. This unique password is a back door of tor Password) Administrator Password which will be accepted by projec- tor anytime no matter what the Administrator Password is. - How to get the Universal Password? Click the “AcerSNID”...
  • Page 67: Chapter 4 Function Test & Alignment Procedure

    Chapter 4 Function Test & Alignment Procedure 4-1 Test Equipment Needed - IBM PC with XGA resolution - DVD player with Multi-system (NTSC/PAL/SECAM), equipped “Component”, “S-Video” and “Composite” - HDTV Tuner or Source (480P, 720P, 1080i) - Minolta CL-100 - Quantum Data 802B or CHROMA2327 - After changing parts, check the information below.
  • Page 68: Reset(Osd)

    4-3 Reset(OSD) Step After final QC step, we have to erase all saved change again and restore the OSD default setting.The following actions will allow you to erase all end-users’ settings and restore the original setting: (1) Please enter OSD menu. (2) To execute “Reset”...
  • Page 69 - Enter Burn-In Mode * Cycle setting is based on the defect symptoms. ie: If it is NFF, the run-in time is 4 hours. You have to set the lamp on for 50min. and lamp off for 10 min for 4 cycles. Press power >...
  • Page 70: Inspection Procedure

    4-5 Inspection Procedure Step Specification Procedure Photo Frequency Eliminate visual - Test Signal : and Track- wavy noise by 1024x768@60Hz Rsync, Frequen- - Test Pattern : General-1 cy or Tracking - check and see if image selection. sharpness and focus are well-performed.
  • Page 71 Step Specification Procedure Photo Focus The text in the - Test Signal : corner should 1024x768@60Hz be clear after - Test Pattern : Ful-xga adjust the focus - Adjust the center ring. clearly; meanwhile, one slightly vague corner in the image is allowed.
  • Page 72 Step Specification Procedure Photo Screen Should be - Test methord : Uniformity compliant with Plug in VGA cable and 75%.(Minimum) use the Full White Pattern and Full Black Pattern of “Spoke test” in service mode - Please check and ensure the unit is under the spec.
  • Page 73 Step Specification Procedure Photo R, G, B Each R, G, B - Test Pattern: R, G, B and and White color should be White Color Color Per- normal without formance color abnormal issue Dead Pixel Cannot accept - Test Pattern : Full Black (Bright any bright pixel pixel)
  • Page 74 Step Specification Procedure Photo Blemish The dark blem- - Test Pattern : Full white / (Dark) ish can not be Blue 60 accepted if the problem appear with Blue 60 patterns. Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh...
  • Page 75: Chapter 5 Firmware Upgrade

    Chapter 5 Firmware Upgrade Procedure 5-1 Equipment Needed Software : (DDP 2230-USB) - DLP Composer (Version 7.1) - Firmware - Library V7.10330 (library file has to put in PC and set right path in 5-4 step 4) (for P5270) - 8M flash (library file has to put in PC and set right path in 5-4 step 4) (for P5270 Refresh) Hardware : Item Photo...
  • Page 76: Installation Procedure

    5-3 Installation Procedure DLP Composer Lite Setup Procedure Step Procedure Photo Execute Choose FW pro- “DLP Composer Lite gram v7.1 Setup” program. Next Click “Next” button. Next 1. Reading the “License Agreement” rules. 2. Choose “I accept and agree to be bound by all the terms and conditions of this License Agreement”...
  • Page 77 Step Procedure Photo Next Click “Next“ button Next Click “Next” button. Process- The program is execut- ing “Initializing” status. Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh...
  • Page 78 Step Procedure Photo Finish Then press “Finish“ to end installation. Restart Press “Yes“ to restart the computer. P5270/P5270 Refresh Confidential...
  • Page 79 USB Driver Installation Procedure Step Procedure Photo Setup 1. Plug in Power cord to projector. 2. Link PC USB port and projector USB port by USB Cable. Installa- 1. “Found new hardware tion wiszard“ will be appe- arred on the screen. 2.
  • Page 80: Firmware Upgrade Procedure

    5-4 Firmware Upgrade Procedure Step Procedure Photo Setup 1. Enter in Firmware upgrade mode (refer to the action of 5-2 Firmware upgrade mode) 2. Link PC USB port and projector USB port by USB Cable. Execute the “DLP Compose(TM)Lite 7.1”. Click “Edit”...
  • Page 81 Step Procedure Photo 1. Choose “Flash Loader” 2. Click “Browse” to search the firmware file. (P5270) 3. Select “Skip Boot Loader Area” to 32KB. 4. Click “Reset Bus” to erase the flash memory. (Note: If the error mes- sage “cannot open USB driver - No projectors found”...
  • Page 82: Waveform Download

    Step Procedure Photo 1. When Firmware Upgrade Process is finished, the LED power light on. 2. Unplug USB Cable and Power Cord. Re-plug in Power Cable. Check Restart the unit and enter Firm- the Service Mode.Then ware choose”Information and Reset” item to check the Firmware Version.
  • Page 83: Chapter 6 Edid Key-In Procedure

    Chapter 6 EDID Key-in Procedure Extended Display Identification Data is a VESA standard data format that contains basic information about a display device and its capabilities, including vendor information, maximum image size, color characteristics, factory pre-set timings, frequency range limits, and character strings for the P5270/P5270 Refresh and serial number.
  • Page 84 Item Photo P5270 Projector RS-232 Cable (F to M) (42.83618G001) VGA Cable (42.87305G001) Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh...
  • Page 85 Item Photo Power Cord (42.53506G002) DVI Cable (42.83N06G001) EDID Fixture (80.00001.001) Power Adapter (47.57803G001) Adapter HDMI(M) To DVI-D(F) (42.82B13G001) Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh...
  • Page 86: Setup Procedure (Vga1,Vga2,Dvi)

    6-2 Setup Procedure (VGA1,VGA2,DVI) Step Procedure Photo Power CNN Connect 1. Connect P1 of all ports Fixture with COM Port of PC/Laptop by RS232 Cable. 2. Connect P2 of Fixture with VGA port of P5270 by VGA Cable. 3. Connect P3 of Fixture with DVI port of P5270 by DVI Cable.
  • Page 87: Edid Key-In Procedure

    6-3 EDID Key-In Procedure Step Procedure Photo Execute Click on “EDID.exe” EDID to execute EDID Program. Program. Process 1. Check the COM port is “COM 1”. 2. Click the “Model” button. 3. Choose the source file “P5270_ACER_ EDID_20070412” and then open it. Process 1.
  • Page 88 Step Procedure Photo Process 1. “Please change the cable to Analog” will be shown on the screen. 2. Please press “Ok” button. Process 1. “Please change the cable to Digital” will be shown on the screen. 2. Please press “Ok” button.
  • Page 89 Step Procedure Photo Finish 1. “OK” will be shown on the screen. Process 1.Change the VGA cable to “VGA2” and select “Ana- log” In “Write Source Select” item. 2.Key in the Se- rial Number into the Barcode blank space. 3.Click “Program” button.
  • Page 90 Step Procedure Photo Read 1. In the Read item, EDID select “Analog” informa- and “Trans”. tion 2. Please press “Read” button. Read 1. EDID Inform- EDID ations will show informa- the result. tion 2. If EDID’s informa- tion is correct, then select “Digital”...
  • Page 91: Setup Procedure (Hdmi)

    6-4 Setup Procedure (HDMI) Step Procedure Photo Connect 1. Connect P1 of all ports Fixture with COM Port of PC/Laptop by RS232 Cable. 2. Connect P2 of Fixture with P3 by DVI Cable. 3. Plug P4 to P5270 HDMI Port. 4.
  • Page 92 Step Procedure Photo Process 1. Check the COM port is “COM 1”. 2. Click the “Model” button. 3. Choose the source file “P5270_ACER_ EDID_20070412” and then open it. Process 1. Key in the Serial Number into the Barcode blank space. 2.
  • Page 93 Step Procedure Photo Finish 1. “OK” will be shown on the screen. Read 1. In the Read item, EDID select “Digital” informa- and “Trans”. tion 2. Please press “Read” button. Finish EDID Informations will show the result. Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh 6-11...
  • Page 94: Default Language Reset

    6-5 Default Language Reset (For P5270 Refresh) Plug in power cord and hold on the “down” button, then press the “Power” button Note: After about 5s, Power LED turns blue while Temp LED flashes in red for about 2s, then release the “Down”button. (2) After that, please check the LED status and judge the actions as the following table: LED Status Result...
  • Page 95 Appendix A Exploded Overview D.C. P5270 Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh...
  • Page 96 Note: Please refer to RSPL for updated part numbers. Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh...
  • Page 97 TOP COVER MODULE Note: Please refer to RSPL for updated part numbers. Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh...
  • Page 98 FRONT COVER MODULE Note: Please refer to RSPL for updated part numbers. Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh...
  • Page 99 RIGHT COVER MODULE Note: Please refer to RSPL for updated part numbers. Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh...
  • Page 100 LEFT COVER MODULE Note: PleConfidentialase refer to RSPL for updated part numbers. Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh...
  • Page 101 ELEVATOR FOOT MODULE Note: Please refer to RSPL for updated part numbers. Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh...
  • Page 102 BOTTOM COVER MODULE Note: Please refer to RSPL for updated part numbers. Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh...
  • Page 103 ASSY BLOWER 5020 Note: Please refer to RSPL for updated part numbers. Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh...
  • Page 104 ASSY LAMP DRIVER PHILIP 230W MODULE P " " & Note: Please refer to RSPL for updated part numbers. Confidential 7-10 P5270/P5270 Refresh...
  • Page 105 BACK COVER MODULE Note: Please refer to RSPL for updated part numbers. 7-11 Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh...
  • Page 106 ASSY FAN MODULE " " N Note: Please refer to RSPL for updated part numbers. Confidential 7-12 P5270/P5270 Refresh...
  • Page 107 BOTTOM HOUSING MODULE 7-13 Confidential P5270/P5270 Refresh...
  • Page 108 Note: Please refer to RSPL for updated part numbers. Confidential 7-14 P5270/P5270 Refresh...
  • Page 109: Serial Number System Definition

    Appendix B I. Serial Number System Definition Serial Number Format for Projector for P5270 EYJ7501000 721 00001 59 EYJ7501000 = Part Number excluded “dot” 721 = Week Code(ex:2007 = 7,twenty-oneweeks of the year = 21) 00001 = Serial Numbers 59 = Manufacturing Code 10 = Projector Version EX: EYJ5501000721000015910 This label represents the serial number for P5270.
  • Page 110 I. Serial Number System Definition Serial Number Format for Projector P5270 refresh EYJ7401000 821 00001 59 EYJ7401000 = Part Number excluded “dot” 821 = Week Code(ex:2008 =8,twenty-one weeks of the year = 21) 00001 = Serial Numbers 59 = Manufacturing Code 2 = Projector Version 1 = Default Language Information EX: EYJ7401000821000015921...
  • Page 111: Pcba Code Definition

    PCBA Code Definition PCBA Code for Projector XXXXXXXXX EEEE Vendor Code Firmware Version Revision Date Code P5270/P5270 Refresh Confidential 7-17...
  • Page 112 Appendix C RS232 function command summary table (for P5270/ P5270 Refresh) General command type (Projector “receives” commands) Code (character) Function feature OKOKOKOKOK Power On * 0 IR 001 Power On * 0 IR 002 Power Off * 0 IR 004 Keystone * 0 IR 006 Mute...
  • Page 113 Code (character) Function feature * 0 IR 031 Source * 0 IR 032 Video: Color saturation adjustment * 0 IR 033 Video: Hue adjustment * 0 IR 034 Video: Sharpness adjustment * 0 IR 035 Query Model name * 0 IR 036 Query Native display resolution * 0 IR 037 Query company name...

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