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    Neither Seiko Epson Corporation nor its affiliates shah 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: accident, misuse, or abuse of this product or unauthorized modifications, repairs, or alterations to this product, or (excluding the U.S.) failure to strictly comply with...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Introduction Getting the Most Out of Your Projector Optional Accessories About This Manual Safety Instructions Where to Get Help CompuServe online support 1 Installation Unpacking the Projector Additional components Setting Up the Projector Connecting a Computer Connecting to a PC desktop computer...

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    Setting Up Serial Communication Connecting the serial cable Installing the software Connecting the Remote Control with the Lead Wire 2 Using the Projector Turning the Equipment On and Off Focusing and Positioning the Screen Image Controlling the Projector Adjusting the settings from ELP Link...

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    Assigning a Macro to a Programmable Button Using record mode Using manual mode Activating a Template ELP Remote Programmer Menus 5 Maintenance Cleaning the Lens Cleaning the Projector Case Cleaning the Air Filter Cleaning the Trackball Replacing the Lamp Replacing the Fuse Contents...

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    6 Troubleshooting Problems with the Projector Problems with the Image or Sound Problems with the Remote Control A Technical Specifications General optical Projector Lamp Mechanical Electrical Environmental Supported Monitor Displays Pin Assignments Glossary Index Contents...

  • Page 8: Introduction

    Introduction he compact, lightweight EPSON” ELP-3000 Projector allows you to project computer images and video onto a large screen for full-color presentations. The projector can connect simultaneously to two image sources; one can be your PC or Apple” Macintosh’ computer and the other can be a video source, such as a VCR, camcorder, digital camera, or laser disk player.

  • Page 9: Getting The Most Out Of Your Projector

    Getting the Most Out of Your Projector The projector comes with a full set of features that allow you to control the settings for the image display, video, and audio. To get the most out of your projector, read this section for a quick summary of the important features.

  • Page 10: Standby Mode

    Standby mode conserves electricity by automatically turning off the lamp if the projector has not been used for a specified period of time (the default is 10 minutes). In standby mode, the projector remains on but the lamp is turned off.

  • Page 11: Rear Projection

    You can purchase these accessories from your ELP-3000 dealer or by calling EPSON Accessories at (800) 873-7766. Introduction...

  • Page 12: About This Manual

    Read the installation procedures that apply to your environment. Chapter 2, “Using the Projector,” tells you how to turn on the projector; control simple projector settings using the remote control, the operation panel, and the ELP Link software;...

  • Page 13: Safety Instructions

    Do not use the projector near water or sources of heat. Use attachments only as recommended. Use the type of power source indicated on the projector. If you are not sure of the type of power available, consult your dealer or local power company, Insert the projector’s three-wire grounding-type plug into a properly...

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    Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. 12. Unplug the projector during lightning storms or when it will not be used for extended periods. 13. Unplug the projector from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions: A.

  • Page 15: Where To Get Help X I V

    Where to Get Help Epson America provides local customer support and service through a nationwide network of authorized EPSON dealers and Service Centers. EPSON also provides the following support services through the EPSON Connection. Assistance in locating your nearest Authorized EPSON Reseller or Service Center...

  • Page 16: Compuserve Online Support X V

    The fastest way to access helpful tips, specifications, drivers, application notes, and bulletins is through the Epson America Forum on CompuServe, If you are already a CompuServe member, simply type GO EPSON at the menu prompt to reach the Epson America Forum.

  • Page 17: Remote Control Information

    Remote control information The ELP-3000 allows you operate it by remote control bia infrared(IR) receivers located at the front and back of projector. The projector may not respond to remote control commands under the following conditions : The ambient room light is too bright...

  • Page 18: Installation

    VCR, camcorder, digital camera, or laser disk player. Connecting to other equipment is optional. For example, you may want to connect the projec- tor to both your computer and video source, or set up the projector for one or more of the following: Provide audio for one or both image sources.

  • Page 19: Unpacking The Projector

    Sparefuse. Depending on your configuration, you may not need all of these components. Save all packaging materials in case you need to ship the projector in the future. It should always be transported in its original packaging or the equivalent.

  • Page 20: Additional Components

    Additional components Depending on how you plan to use the projector, you may need to obtain additional components: To receive audio from both the computer and video source, you need a second video/audio cable. See your computer dealer to obtain one.

  • Page 21: Setting Up The Projector

    204 inches 96 inches 60 inches 30 inches Turn the projector so the lens is at a right angle to the screen. If the projector is not at a right angle, the screen image will be crooked. Installation Image size...

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    4. Connect one end of the power cord to the projector’s power connector. Connect the other end to a grounded electrical outlet. If the projector comes on, turn it off using the power switch at the back of the projector.

  • Page 23: Connecting To A Computer

    Replace batteries as soon as they run out. If the batteries leak, wipe away the fluid with a soft cloth. If battery fluid gets on your hands, wash immediately. Remove batteries if you will not be using the projector for long periods. Because batteries are hazardous waste, always dispose of them with nonburn- able trash.

  • Page 24: Connecting To A Pc Desktop Computer

    Connecting to a PC desktop computer Before beginning, turn off the projector and computer if they are on. To access the connectors on the projector, push open the coyer located on the right side of the projector, under the handle.

  • Page 25: Connecting To A Pc Laptop Computer

    Connecting to a PC laptop computer Before beginning, turn off the projector and computer if they are on. To access the connectors on the projector, push open the cover located on the right side of the projector, under the handle.

  • Page 26: Connecting To A Desktop Macintosh

    Connecting to a desktop Macintosh Before beginning, turn off the projector and Macintosh if they are on. To access the connectors on the projector, push open the cover located on the right side of the projector, under the handle. 1. Attach the Macintosh adapters provided with the projector to the appropriate connectors connector (la), and connect the VGA adapter to the VGA connector (1b).

  • Page 27: Connecting To A Powerbook

    Your PowerBook must have a video-out capability, See page 6 for more information. Before beginning, turn off the projector and computer if they are on. To access the connectors on the projector, push open the cover located on the right side of the projector, under the handle.

  • Page 28: Connecting To A Video Source

    (See “Video menu” in Chapter 3.) Note that the projector will then be able to detect only one type of video signal. The type of cable you use to connect the video source to the projector depends on whether you have composite video or S-Video.

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    For composite video, connect the yellow RCA plug on one end of the video/audio cable to the projector’s Video In jack. Connect the other yellow RCA plug to the video-out jack of the video source. (The red and white plugs carry audio. For information about audio, see page 13.)

  • Page 30: Connecting To An Audio Source

    Connecting to an Audio Source The projector has two inputs for audio: one for your computer and one for your video source. Each input has two audio jacks: the L jack controls the left speaker and the R jack controls the right speaker. If you’re connecting to an audio source that has only a single plug, connect it to the L Audio In jack.

  • Page 31: Connecting To An External Speaker Or Pa System

    If you need extra amplification for a large room, you can connect the projector to an external amplified speaker or PA system. To connect the projector to an external sound system, you need to obtain an RCA- to-3.5mm Stereo audio cable. You can get one from your computer dealer.

  • Page 32: Setting Up Serial Communication

    Connecting the serial cable To connect the serial RS-232C cable to your computer and projector: 1. Connect one end of the serial RS-232C cable to the projector’s RS-232C connector. 2. If you have a Macintosh, attach the RS-232C adapter to the modem port on the Macintosh.

  • Page 33: Installing The Software

    The modem port is identifled by the following icon: 3. Connect the other end of the RS-232C cable to the PC’s RS-232C serial connector or to the RS-232C adapter on your Macintosh. The serial connector on your PC is a nine-pin male connector. It may be labeled Serial, RS-232C, COM1, or something similar.

  • Page 34: Connecting The Remote Control With The Lead Wire

    Connecting the Remote Control with the Lead Wire If you set up the projector for rear projection and want to use the remote control to control the projector, you need to connect the remote control directly to the projector with the optional lead wire. You might also need to directly connect the remote control if anything is blocking the path between the remote control and the projector.

  • Page 35: Using The Projector

    Turning the equipment on and off Focusing and positioning the image Controlling the projector with the remote control, operation panel, and ELP Link software Monitoring the status of the projector...

  • Page 36: Turning The Equipment On And Off

    It is especially important that children not look into the lens. If the lamp does not come on when you turn on the projector, the projector may be in standby mode. To turn off standby mode, press the Standby button on the remote control.

  • Page 37: Focusing And Positioning The Screen Image

    The following illustration identifies the different parts of the projector: Focusing and Positioning the Screen Image When an image appears on screen, check that it is in focus and correctly positioned on the screen. To focus the image, rotate the focus ring, which is the outside ring on the lens.

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    If you need to raise or lower the image on the screen, extend or retract the two feet at the bottom of the projector as follows: Stand behind the projector and support the front of it while you press the purple release buttons located above the feet. This unlocks the feet so they can move up and down freely.

  • Page 39: Controlling The Projector

    To use the remote control, always point it toward one of the two remote control receivers. One is located at the front of the projector; the other is located on the back. You can use the remote control up to 33 feet (10 meters) from the projector.

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    2. Using the Projector...

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    Moves the cursor when using the projector menus, or moves the mouse on your computer screen. Adjust buttons (+ and -)* Adjust the settings when using the projector menus. When no menu is displayed, these buttons control the computer. Programmable to control the computer. See Chapter 4 for more information.

  • Page 42: Adjusting The Settings From Elp Link

    Adjusting the settings from ELP Link If you set up the projector for serial communication as described in Chapter 1, you can use the ELP Link program to control the projector from your computer. To start ELP Link, do one of the following: Windows.

  • Page 43: Monitoring The Projector

    The buttons on the right side of the screen allow you to control the projector settings as you do with the remote control. See the table on page 25 for a description of these buttons. The buttons on the left allow you to access the menus.

  • Page 44: Using Rear Projection

    Using Rear Projection The projector can be set up for front or rear projection. In rear projection, the projector is on the opposite side of the screen from the audience, as shown here: For rear projection, you must turn on the Rear setting in the Display menu. This setting flips the image from left to right for correct viewing.

  • Page 45: Using The Menus

    Adjust audio settings such as volume, balance, bass, and treble. Adjust the display by rotating or inverting it and modifying the color. Change the language used in the menus and specify how long the projector is idle before it enters standby mode.

  • Page 46: Accessing The Menus

    Accessing the Menus You can display menus on the projector screen or on your computer. To display menus on top of the projector screen, press the Menu button on the remote control or the operation panel. This opens the currently selected menu. Other menus are available from the menu bar at the bottom of the menu.

  • Page 47: Changing Menu Settings

    Function Adjust buttons to change a slider setting or turn a checkbox on or off. Any adjustments you make using the menus remain in effect until you change them. Turning off the projector does not reset the settings. Accessing the Menus...

  • Page 48: Accessing Elp Link Menus

    The menu buttons are on the left. To open a menu, simply double-click on the appropriate icon. Although the menus look different from those displayed on the projector screen, the menu settings are the same. Using the Menus not use the remote control for...

  • Page 49: Restoring The Default Settings

    Restoring the default settings You can reset all settings in the current menu back to the factory defaults by pressing the Reset button, which appears in each projector and ELP Link menu except the Options menu. To restore all default settings in all menus, choose the Reset All button in the Options menu.

  • Page 50: Computer Menu

    Computer menu You see the first Computer menu if you have a PC, or the second menu if you have a Macintosh. Brightness Contrast synchronize Using the Menus Lightens or darkens the overall image. Increase bright- ness to lighten an image; decrease it to darken an image. Adjusts the degree of difference between light and dark areas.

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    Adjusts the strength of the green level. Blue Adjusts the strength of the blue level. Text Compresses the projected image to fit into the projector’s 640-pixel image area. Normally you need to compress (PC only) an image only if your DOS software program has a text screen wider than the projector’s area.

  • Page 52: Video Menu

    Adjusts the color density. Increase color when you want darker and more opaque colors. Decrease color for lighter and less opaque colors. Specifies the type of video signal the projector can receive. Mode can be Auto (default), NTSC, PAL, or SECAM.

  • Page 53: Display Menu

    Menu When Auto is selected, the projector automatically identifies the incoming video signal. If you select NTSC, PAL, or SECAM, the projector accepts only the selected video signal. Normally you should not change the default setting. Adjusts the red/green color balance. Increase tint to make the image more green;...

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    For front projection, Rear Proj should be off. Flips the horizontal axis of the image so the projector can be turned upside down from a ceiling mount. Substitutes each color with its complementary opposite.

  • Page 55: Audio Menu

    Increases or decreases low tones. Increases or decreases high tones. Turns bass boost on or off. Adjusts the audio levels between the projector’s built-in speakers and an external amplified speaker. If you connect to an external speaker, move the slider to the right to increase volume to the external speaker.

  • Page 56: Options Menu

    Enables communication between your computer and the projector. See Chapter 4 for more information. Specifies in minutes how long the projector waits for an image signal before entering standby mode. If an image signal is not received within the specified time, the projector automatically enters standby mode.

  • Page 57: Custom Menu

    The color of the screen is determined by the Blank To setting (see page 38). Prompt. Temporarily displays a prompt on the projector screen to identify which source (computer or video) is providing the image. This prompt appears only when you switch the image source.

  • Page 58: Remote Control Of The Computer

    Remote Control of the Computer his chapter describes the ELP Remote Programmer. When this utility is running on your computer, you can use the remote control to control your software program. The trackball moves the mouse on your computer, and the five programmable buttons can be used to drag or click windows or icons.

  • Page 59: Elp Remote Programmer Templates

    ELP Remote Programmer Templates Five buttons on the remote control can control the computer if you are running the ELP Remote Programmer. The five programmable buttons are the Prev, Next, Drag, and Adjust (+ and -) buttons. The keys and mouse commands assigned to each button are stored in a file called a template.

  • Page 60: Starting The Elp Remote Programmer

    Starting the ELP Remote Programmer The ELP Remote Programmer can run under Windows or on the Macintosh. This section provides general information that applies to both platforms. For specific information on how to use the ELP Remote Programmer on your platform, see the online help, which is available by selecting Help in the menu bar.

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    Remote Control of the Computer...

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    The following table describes the elements in the ELP Remote Programmer screen. The remote control buttons that can be programmed are shown at the right of the screen. Element Function Menu bar Contains ELP Remote Programmer commands. See “ELP Remote Programmer Menus” on page 52 for information. Key Record button Turns record mode on and off.

  • Page 63: Assigning A Macro To A Programmable Button

    Assigning a Macro to a Programmable Button To assign a macro, start the ELP Remote Programmer. Move the cursor to the text box of the button you want to edit. You can then assign keystrokes and mouse commands. To assign a mouse command, open the Special menu at the top of the screen and select the appropriate mouse command.

  • Page 64: Using Record Mode

    Using record mode In record mode, you simply type keystrokes and the ELP Remote Programmer displays the keys in the text box next to the button. For non-character keys, the ELP Remote Programmer enters codes (PC) or special symbols (Macintosh) that represent the keys.

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    On the Macintosh, you can assign key combinations, such as Command + 0, while in record mode. To do so, use the Link symbol under Mouse/Special Buttons between each key you want to combine. For example, to program Command + 0, choose Command in Mouse/Special Buttons, then choose Link in Mouse/Special Buttons, then type 0 in the text box.

  • Page 66: Using Manual Mode

    Using manual mode Use manual mode if you have a PC and want to create macros that include the Scroll Lock key or key combinations such as Ctrl + Alt + Delete. To manually enter alphanumeric characters (1-9 and A, B, C . . .), simply type the key.

  • Page 67: Elp Remote Programmer Menus

    ELP Remote Programmer Menus The menu bar at the top of the screen contains these four menus: File Edit Help Remote Control of the Computer Allows you to create a new template or open an existing one, save the current template or create a new one, or exit the program.

  • Page 68: Maintenance

    The only parts you should replace are the lamp, air filter, and fuse. If any other part needs replacing, contact your ELP-3000 dealer or a qualified service person, Whenever you clean any part of the projector, always turn off the projector and...

  • Page 69: Cleaning The Lens

    Cleaning the Projector Case To clean the projector case, first unplug the power cord. To remove dirt or dust, wipe the casing with a soft, dry, lint-free cloth. To remove stubborn dirt or stains, moisten a soft cloth with water and a neutral detergent.

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    To clean the air filter: 1. Turn off the projector and unplug the power cable from the wall outlet. 2. Turn the projector over so you can easily access the filter. 3. Use a flat-head screwdriver to lift and remove the filter cover.

  • Page 71: Cleaning The Trackball

    If you don’t have one, use a dry, lint-free cloth. If the dirt is difficult to remove or if the filter is tom, replace it. Contact your ELP dealer or call EPSON Accessories at (800) 873-7766 to obtain a new one. Be sure to request part number 1023658.

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    3. Lift out the trackball from its holder and wipe it completely with a soft, dry cloth to remove dirt and grit. To remove stubborn dirt and stains, moisten the cloth with a neutral detergent. Do not use an alcohol-based cleaner. 4.

  • Page 73: Replacing The Lamp

    MSCRl50E3H, part number 1023661. Warning: hot enough to burn you. Turn off the projector and disconnect the power cable from the wall outlet. Turn the projector over so you can access the lamp cover. Maintenance Allow the lamp to and before replacing it. During use it becomes...

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    Use a screwdriver, coin, or similar object to unloosen the two retaining screws on the lamp cover. You cannot remove these screws. 4. When the screws are loose, lift off the lamp cover. 5. Use a screwdriver, coin, or similar object to unloosen the two screws holding the lamp in position.

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    7. Gently insert the new lamp by lowering it into position. 8. Tighten the screws you loosened in step 5. Replace the lamp cover and tighten the cover screws. Make if the lamp cover is open. Maintenance sure the lamp cover is securely fastened. The projector turns itself off...

  • Page 76: Replacing The Fuse

    1. Turn off the projector and disconnect the power cord from both the back of the projector and the wall outlet. 2. Turn the projector so its back panel is facing you. The fuse holder is located below the power switch.

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    4. To remove the fuse from the holder, pull out one end so it is at an angle Then pull out the fuse. 5. Insert the new fuse and push the fuse holder back into position. 6. Reconnect the power cord. Maintenance...

  • Page 78: Troubleshooting

    If you have a problem, check the appropriate section and follow all suggestions that apply to your problem. If none of the suggested solutions solves the problem, call your ELP-3000 dealer or call the EPSON Connection. In the U.S., call (800) 922-8911. In Canada, call (800) GO-EPSON.

  • Page 79: Problems With The Projector

    Problems with the Projector If you are having problems with the projector, first check the status lights at the top of the projector. These lights monitor the operation of the projector. status light Temperature Lamp Power Troubleshooting Color S t a t u s Flashing orange The projector is hot.

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    Check the power switch and make sure the power cable is securely connected at both the power outlet and the projector. The projector has become too hot and has turned off automatically Wait for the projector to cool before turning it back on.

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    The temperature status light is orange. The projector is overheating and turns the lamp off automatically. Let the projector cool for a few minutes; then turn it back on. Make sure nothing is blocking the ventilation vents. The air filter may be clogged. Clean it as described in Chapter 5 and then let the projector cool for a while.

  • Page 82: Problems With The Image Or Sound

    Y-cable is installed correctly to both the image source and projector as described in Chapter 1. The projector may be in standby mode. Press the Standby button on the remote control or operation panel to turn on the lamp. The correct image source may not be selected. Press the Video button on the remote control or operation panel to choose the other image source.

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    20. Then turn everything back on in the proper order. The image or parts of the image are blurred or not in focus. Turn the focus ring on the projector to see if this improves the image. Check also that the projector is within the recommended distance the screen (see page 4).

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    Display menu is not selected. The video cable from your computer may not be properly attached. Check to see that it is properly and securely attached to the connectors on both the projector and image source. Text is not displayed correctly.

  • Page 85: Problems With The Remote Control

    ELP Remote Programmer is running on your computer. The remote control is more than 33 feet from the projector or is more than 30 degrees to the side of the projector. Move closer to the projector and hold the remote control more directly in front of it.

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    Double-clicking a programmable button has no effect. You are double-clicking too fast and the projector is not able to distinguish both clicks. Double-click more slowly. When using the ELP Remote Programmer on your PC, the mouse speed is too slow or too East.

  • Page 87: Technical Specifications

    Technical Specifications General Type of display Size of liquid crystal panels Resolution Image size Projection distance Remote control range Maximum volume Thin Film Transistor (TFT) 1.32 inches (33.6 mm) 640 (horizontal) x 480 (vertical) pixels 21 to 300 inches (.5 to 7 meters) to 40 feet (1.2 to 12.3 meters) 33 feet (10 meters) 1W X 1W stereo...

  • Page 88: Optical

    Optical Projector Lamp Mechanical Technical Specifications (horizontal x vertical) Aspect ratio 4 x 3 250 lumens maximum Brightness Zoom ratio 1:1.4 Model number MSCRl50E3H Metal halide Type Power 150w Height inches (14.9 Width 11.2 inches (28.5 cm) 16.3 inches Depth Weight 17 lb (7.7 kg)

  • Page 89: Electrical

    Electrical Voltage Rated frequency Fuse type Power consumption Environmental Temperature Humidity l00-120U4C and 220-240VAC 50/60 Hz 25OV, 6.3AT, 5 x 20mm 22OW (in standby mode, 5OW) l00 - 120 VAC 3.5 Amps, 50/60 Hz 220 - 240 VAC 2.1 Amps, 50/60 Hz Operation: 41 to 104°F (5 to 40°...

  • Page 90: Supported Monitor Displays

    Supported Monitor Displays The projector displays images at a resolution of 640 x 480 pixels. To display a higher resolution image, the projector compresses it to The following table lists the display formats supported by the projector: Computer type IBM PC compatible Apple Macintosh Compressed to 640 x 460.

  • Page 91: Pin Assignments

    Pin Assignments The following tables describe the pin assignments for the three connectors of the Y-cable: LCD connector, VGA connector, and Monitor connector. The pin assign- ments for the VGA and Monitor connectors are identical. LCD connector pin assignments The LCD connector is a 26-pin D-style connector. Its pin assignments are as follows: Input pin Signal...

  • Page 92: Monitor And Vga Connector Pin Assignments

    Monitor and VGA connector pin assignments The Monitor connector is a female video RGB, 15-pin micro-D style connector, and the VGA connector is a male video RGB, 15-pin micro-D style connector. The pin assignments for both connectors are as follows: Input pin Technical Specifications Signal...

  • Page 93: Glossary

    Glossary Brightness. The balance of light and dark shades in an image. Composite video. A type of video signal that encodes picture, luminance, and synchronization information so it can be carried in one signal. Contrast. A measure of the tonal differences between the highlights and shadows of an image.

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    NTSC. A 525-line video broadcast format developed by the National Television Standards Committee, NTSC is widely used in North America, Mexico, and Japan. PAL (Phase Alternation by Line). Western Europe, India, China, Australia, New Zealand, and parts of Africa. Record mode. non-character keys are entered automatically when the key is pressed.

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    Sleep mode. A battery-saving feature in which the remote control becomes idle when it is not used for 15 minutes. Standby mode. A power-saving feature in which the projector remains on but the lamp is turned off. By default, standby mode is automatically turned on when the projector is not used for 10 minutes.

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    13 locking to one source, 39 menu, 30, 39 problems with, 69 supplying to external speaker, 39, 69 supplying to projector, 13 Audio Source, 39 Backgrnd, 40 Balance, 39 Bass, 39 Batteries, inserting in remote control, 5-6 Blank, 41...

  • Page 97

    3 audia/video, 2, 11, 13 for external speaker, 14 Macintosh video-out, serial, 15 s-video, 3, supplied with the projector, 2 VGA, 2, 77-78 video-out, 3, 10 Colors adjusting for computer, adjusting for video, 36 density,...

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    ELP Link, selecting COM port, 52, 70 starting, templates, 44 See Projector ELP-3000, Environmental specifications, 75 EPSON Accessories, x External speaker adjusting sound, 39 connecting to projector, 14 Fade, 39, 69 Feet, adjusting, 21-22 File menu (ELP Remote Programmer),...

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    Loudness, 39 Mac LC, 35 Macintosh computer Macro, 43 Maintenance, n n n n n n Index Connecting to the projector, 9-10 supported models, 6 assigning to a button, 48-51 53-62 Menu button, 25 Menu Select button, 25 Menus, viii, 29-41...

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    Rear projection, x, 28, 38 Record mode, 48-50, 80 Redlevel, 35 Red/green color balance, 37 Remote control buttons, 23-25 connecting directly to projector, 17 controlling software, 43 illuminating buttons, 25 installing batteries, 5-6 installing lead wire, 17 problems with, 70-71...

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    Temperature status light, 64-66 Templates, 44 activating, 51 Test pattern, 41, 68 Text, 35 problems displaying, 69 Tint, 37 Trackball, 25 cleaning, 56-57 problems with, 71 Tracking, Treble, 39 Troubleshooting, 63-71 Turning projector on and off, 20 Unpacking projector, 2 Upside Down, 38...

  • Page 102: Index

    37 VGA, definition, VGA cable, 2, 11 pin assignments, 77-78 Video cable, 2, connecting to projector, 11-12 format, 36-37 choosing a specific video-out cable, 3, Macintosh supported formats, vii, Video button, 25 video menu, 30, 36-37 Video-out capability, 3, 6, 10...

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    This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules, These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commericial environment.

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