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CP-X200/CP-X300/CP-X400
User's Manual (detailed)

Operating Guide

Thank you for purchasing this projector.
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product. Be sure to read "Safety Guide" first. After reading them, store them in
a safe place for future reference.

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  • Page 1: About This Manual

    Projector CP-X200/CP-X300/CP-X400 User's Manual (detailed) Operating Guide Thank you for purchasing this projector. WARNING ►Before using this product, please read all manuals for this product. Be sure to read “Safety Guide” first. After reading them, store them in a safe place for future reference. About this manual Various symbols are used in this manual.

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Content Content   About this manual . . . . . . . . . . 1 EASY MENU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Content .

  • Page 3: Projector Features

    Projector features / Preparations Projector features This projector has a capability to project various picture signals onto a screen. This projector requires only a minimal amount of space for installation and can produce a large projected image from even a short distance. This projector boasts a variety of I/O port and low noise.

  • Page 4: Part Names

    Part names Part names HOT! (1) (2) (3) Projector (1) Lamp cover (51) The lamp unit is inside. (2) Focus ring (18) (11) (3) Zoom ring (18) (4) Control panel (5) (10) (5) Elevator buttons (x 2) (18) (6) Elevator feet (x 2) (18) (7) Remote sensor (13) (8) Lens (18, 54) (9) Lens cover (3)

  • Page 5: Control Panel

    Part names Control panel (1) STANDBY/ON button (15) (2) INPUT button (16, 22) (3) MENU button (22) It consists of four cursor buttons. (4) POWER indicator (15, 56) (5) TEMP indicator (56) (6) LAMP indicator (56) Rear panel (1) AUDIO IN1 port (10) (8) CONTROL port (10) (2) AUDIO IN2 port (10) (9) USB port (10)

  • Page 6: Remote Control

    Part names Remote control (1) VIDEO button (17) (2) COMPUTER button (16) COMPUTER VIDEO SEARCH (10) ASPECT AUTO BLANK (3) SEARCH button (17) (12) MAGNIFY PAGE UP VOLUME HOME (4) STANDBY/ON button (15) (14) PAGE DOWN MUTE (11) (15) (5) ASPECT button (17) FREEZE MY BUTTON KEYSTONE...

  • Page 7: Setting Up

    Setting up Setting up Install the projector according to the environment and manner the projector will be used in. Arrangement Refer to the illustrations and tables below to determine screen size and projection distance. <CP-X200 / CP-X400> The values shown in the table are calculated for a full size screen: 1024×768. (a) Screen size (diagonal) (b) Projection distance (±10%) (c1), (c2) Screen height (±10%)

  • Page 8

    Setting up Arrangement (continued) <CP-X300> The values shown in the table are calculated for a full size screen: 1024×768. (a) Screen size (diagonal) (b) Projection distance (±10%) (c1), (c2) Screen height (±10%) On a horizontal surface Suspended from the ceiling •...

  • Page 9

    Setting up WARNING ►Place the projector in a stable horizontal position. If the projector falls or is knocked over it could cause injury and/or damage to the projector. Using a damaged projector could then result in fire and/or electric shock. •...

  • Page 10: Connecting Your Devices

    Setting up Connecting your devices Be sure to read the manuals for devices before connecting them to the projector. Make sure that all the devices are suitable to be connected with this product, and prepare the cables required to connect. Please refer to the following illustrations to connect them.

  • Page 11

    Setting up Connecting your devices (continued) NOTE • Be sure to read the manuals for devices before connecting them to the projector, and make sure that all the devices are suitable to be connected with this product. Before connecting to a PC, check the signal level, the signal timing, and the resolution.

  • Page 12: Connecting Power Supply

    Setting up Connecting power supply At first, make sure that the power switch of the projector is set to OFF position (marked "O"). Put the connector of the power cord into the AC inlet of the projector. Firmly plug the power cord’s plug into the outlet.

  • Page 13: Remote Control

    Remote control Remote control Putting batteries Please set the batteries to the remote control before using it. If the remote control starts to malfunction, try to replace the batteries. If you will not use the remote control for long period, remove the batteries from the remote control and store them in a safe place. Holding the hook part of the battery cover, remove it.

  • Page 14: Changing The Frequency Of Remote Control Signal

    Remote control Changing the frequency of remote control signal The accessory remote control has the two choices on signal frequency Mode 1:NORMAL and Mode 2:HIGH. If the remote VIDEO COMPUTER SEARCH control does not function properly, attempt to change the signal BLANK ASPECT AUTO...

  • Page 15: Power On/off

    Power on/off Power on/off Turning on the power Make sure that the power cord is firmly and correctly connected to the projector and the outlet. Remove the lens cover, and set the power switch to ON position (marked “ I “). The POWER indicator will light up in steady orange (56).

  • Page 16: Operating

    Operating Operating VOLUME Adjusting the volume COMPUTER VIDEO SEARCH Press VOLUME button on the remote control. ASPECT AUTO BLANK A dialog will appear on the screen to aid you in adjusting the MAGNIFY PAGE UP VOLUME HOME volume. PAGE DOWN MUTE Use the ▲/▼...

  • Page 17: Searching An Input Signal

    Operating Selecting an input signal (continued) VIDEO Press VIDEO button on the remote control. Each time you press the button, the projector switches its input COMPUTER VIDEO SEARCH port as below. BLANK ASPECT AUTO MAGNIFY COMPONENT(Y, Cb/Pb, Cr/Pr)  S-VIDEO  VIDEO HOME PAGE UP VOLUME...

  • Page 18: Adjusting The Projector's Elevator

    Operating Adjusting the projector's elevator When the place to put the projector is slightly uneven to the left or right, use the elevator feet to place the projector horizontally. Using the feet can also tilt the projector in order to project at a suitable angle to the screen, elevating the front side of the projector within 10 degrees.

  • Page 19: Using The Automatic Adjustment Feature

    Operating Using the automatic adjustment feature Press AUTO button on the remote control. AUTO Pressing this button performs the following.  For a computer signal COMPUTER VIDEO SEARCH The vertical position, the horizontal position and the horizontal ASPECT AUTO BLANK phase will be automatically adjusted.

  • Page 20: Correcting The Keystone Distortions

    Operating Correcting the keystone distortions Press KEYSTONE button on the remote control. A dialog will KEYSTONE appear on the screen to aid you in correcting the distortion. Use the ▲/▼ cursor buttons to select AUTO or MANUAL COMPUTER VIDEO SEARCH operation, and press the ►...

  • Page 21: Freezing The Screen

    Operating Freezing the screen FREEZE Press FREEZE button on the remote control. The “FREEZE” indication will appear on the screen (however, the indication will not appear when TURN OFF is selected for COMPUTER VIDEO SEARCH MESSAGE item in SCREEN menu ), and the projector will (39) ASPECT...

  • Page 22: Using The Menu Function

    Operating Using the menu function This projector has the following menus: PICTURE, IMAGE, INPUT, SETUP, SCREEN, OPTION and EASY MENU. EASY MENU consists of functions often used, and the other menus are classified into each purpose and brought together as Advanced Menu. COMPUTER VIDEO SEARCH...

  • Page 23

    Operating Using the menu function (continued) In the Advanced Menu Use the ▲/▼ cursor buttons to select a menu. If you want to change it to the EASY MENU, select EASY MENU. Then press the ► cursor button, or ENTER button to select an item.

  • Page 24: Easy Menu

    EASY MENU EASY MENU From the EASY MENU, items shown in the table below can be performed. Select an item using the ▲/▼ cursor buttons. Then perform it according to the following table. Item Description Using the ◄/► buttons switches the mode for aspect ratio. ASPECT See the ASPECT item in IMAGE menu (29).

  • Page 25: Language

    EASY MENU EASY MENU (continued) Item Description Using the ◄/► buttons adjusts the brightness. BRIGHTNESS See BRIGHTNESS item in PICTURE menu (26). Using the ◄/► buttons adjusts the contrast. CONTRAST See CONTRAST item in PICTURE menu (26). Using the ◄/► buttons adjusts the strength of whole color. COLOR See COLOR item in PICTURE menu (26).

  • Page 26: Picture Menu

    PICTURE Menu PICTURE Menu From the PICTURE menu, items shown in the table below can be performed. Select an item using the ▲/▼ cursor buttons, and press the ► cursor button or ENTER button to execute the item. Then perform it according to the following table. Item Description Using the ▲/▼...

  • Page 27

    PICTURE Menu PICTURE Menu (continued) Item Description Using the ▲/▼ buttons adjusts the sharpness. Strong ó Weak SHARPNESS • There may be some noise and/or the screen may flicker for a moment when an adjustment is made. This is not a malfunction. This projector has 4 memories for adjustment data (for all the items of PICTURE menu).

  • Page 28

    PICTURE Menu PICTURE Menu (continued) To adjust CUSTOM function in GAMMA and COLOR TEMP Selecting a mode whose name includes CUSTOM in GAMMA or COLOR TEMP item and then pressing the ► button or ENTER button displays a dialog to aid you in adjusting the mode.

  • Page 29: Image Menu

    IMAGE Menu IMAGE Menu From the IMAGE menu, items shown in the table below can be performed. Select an item using the ▲/▼ cursor buttons, and press the ► cursor button or ENTER button to execute the item. Then perform it according to the following table. Item Description Using the ▲/▼...

  • Page 30

    IMAGE Menu IMAGE Menu (continued) Item Description Using the ▲/▼ buttons adjusts the horizontal phase to eliminate flicker. Right ó Left H PHASE • This item can be selected only for a computer signal or component video signal. Using the ▲/▼ buttons adjusts the horizontal size. Large ó...

  • Page 31: Input Menu

    INPUT Menu INPUT Menu From the INPUT menu, items shown in the table below can be performed. Select an item using the ▲/▼ cursor buttons, and press the ► cursor button or ENTER button to execute the item. Then perform it according to the following table. Item Description Using the ▲/▼...

  • Page 32

    INPUT Menu INPUT Menu (continued) Item Description The video format for S-VIDEO port and VIDEO port can be set. (1) Use the ◄/► buttons to select the input port. (2) Using the ▲/▼ buttons switches the mode for video format. AUTO ó...

  • Page 33

    INPUT Menu INPUT Menu (continued) Item Description The resolution for the COMPUTER IN1 and IN2 input signals can be set on this projector. (1) In INPUT menu select RESOLUTION using the ▲/▼ buttons and press the ► button. The RESOLUTION menu will be displayed. (2) In the RESOLUTION menu, select the resolution you wish to display using the ▲/▼...

  • Page 34: Setup Menu

    SETUP Menu SETUP Menu From the SETUP menu, items shown in the table below can be performed. Select an item using the ▲/▼ cursor buttons, and press the ► cursor button or the ENTER button to execute the item. Then perform it according to the following table. Item Description Selecting this item performs the automatic keystone distortion...

  • Page 35: Audio

    SETUP Menu SETUP Menu (continued) Item Description Using the ▲/▼ buttons turns off/on the whisper mode. NORMAL ó WHISPER WHISPER • When WHISPER is selected, acoustic noise and screen brightness are reduced. Using the ▲/▼ buttons switches the mode for mirror status. NORMAL ó...

  • Page 36: Screen Menu

    SCREEN Menu SCREEN Menu From the SCREEN menu, items shown in the table below can be performed. Select an item using the ▲/▼ cursor buttons, and press the ► cursor button or ENTER button to execute the item. Then perform it according to the following table. Item Description Using the ▲/▼...

  • Page 37: Tart Up

    SCREEN Menu SCREEN Menu (continued) Item Description Using the ▲/▼ buttons switches the mode for the start-up screen. The start-up screen is a screen displayed when no signal or an unsuitable signal is detected. MyScreen ó ORIGINAL ó TURN OFF Feature Screen can be registered by the MyScreen item MyScreen...

  • Page 38

    SCREEN Menu SCREEN Menu (continued) Item Description This item allows you to capture an image for use as a MyScreen image which can be used as the BLANK screen and START UP screen. Display the image you want to capture before executing the following procedure.

  • Page 39

    SCREEN Menu SCREEN Menu (continued) Item Description Using the ▲/▼ buttons turns on/off the message function. TURN ON ó TURN OFF When the TURN ON is selected, the following message function works. “AUTO IN PROGRESS” while automatically adjusting “NO INPUT IS DETECTED” “SYNC IS OUT OF RANGE”...

  • Page 40: Option Menu

    OPTION Menu OPTION Menu From the OPTION menu, items shown in the table below can be performed. Select an item using the ▲/▼ cursor buttons, and press the ► cursor button or ENTER button to execute the item, except for the items LAMP TIME and FILTER TIME.

  • Page 41

    OPTION Menu OPTION Menu (continued) Item Description Using the ▲/▼ buttons adjusts the time to count down to automatically turn the projector off. Long (max. 99 minutes) ó Short (min. 0 minute = DISABLE) When the time is set to 0, the projector is not turned off automatically. AUTO OFF When the time is set to 1 to 99, and when the passed time with no- signal or an unsuitable signal reaches at the set time, the projector...

  • Page 42

    OPTION Menu OPTION Menu (continued) Item Description This item is to assign one of the following functions to MY BUTTON 1 and 2 on the remote control (6). Choose 1 or 2 on the MY BUTTON menu using the ◄/► button first.

  • Page 43

    OPTION Menu OPTION Menu (continued) Item Description AUTO ADJUST Using the ▲/▼ buttons enables/disables the automatic adjustment. When DISABLE is selected, the automatic adjustment feature is disabled, although rough adjustment is automatically performed depending on the basic setting. FINE ó FAST ó DISABLE FINE: Finer tuning including H.SIZE adjustment.

  • Page 44

    OPTION Menu OPTION Menu (continued) Item Description KEY LOCK Using the ▲/▼ buttons turns on/off the key lock feature. When TURN ON is selected, the buttons on the projector except the STANDBY/ON button are locked. TURN ON ó TURN OFF •...

  • Page 45

    OPTION Menu OPTION Menu (continued) Item Description This projector is equipped with security functions. User registration is required before using the security functions. Please contact your local dealer. 1. Using Security Features 1.1 Inputting the PASSWORD 1.1-1 Use the ▲/▼ buttons on the OPTION menu to select SECURITY and press the ►...

  • Page 46: Password Function

    OPTION Menu OPTION Menu (continued) Item Description 1.3 If you have forgotten your PASSWORD 1.3-1 Follow the procedure in 1.1-1 to display the ENTER PASSWORD box. 1.3-2 While the ENTER PASSWORD box is displayed, press and hold the RESET button for about 3 seconds or press and hold the INPUT and ►...

  • Page 47: Using The Pin Lock Function

    OPTION Menu OPTION Menu (continued) Item Description 2.2-4 Move the cursor to the right side of the PASSWORD AGAIN box and press the ► button to display the PASSWORD for about 20 seconds, please make note of the PASSWORD during this time. Pressing the ENTER button will return to MyScreen PASS WORD on/off menu.

  • Page 48

    OPTION Menu OPTION Menu (continued) Item Description 3.1-2 Use the ▲/▼ buttons on the PIN LOCK on/off menu to select TURN ON and the PIN BOX will be displayed. 3.1-3 Input a 4 part PIN Code using the ▲, ▼, ◄, ►, COMPUTER and INPUT buttons.

  • Page 49: Using The Transition Detector Function

    OPTION Menu OPTION Menu (continued) Item Description 4. Using the Transition Detector Function While the Transition Detector function is ON, when power switch is started to supply to the projector, it might react as below. • Transition Detector alarm shown below might appear on screen, if the projector has been moved or re-installed.

  • Page 50

    OPTION Menu OPTION Menu (continued) Item Description 4.2-4 Move the cursor to the right side of the PASSWORD AGAIN box and press the ► button to display the PASSWORD for about 20 seconds, please make note of the PASSWORD during this time. Pressing the ENTER button will return to the TRANSITION DETECTOR on/off menu.

  • Page 51: Maintenance

    Maintenance Maintenance Lamp A lamp has finite product life. Using the lamp for long periods of time could cause the pictures darker or the color tone poor. Note that each lamp has a different lifetime, and some may burst or burn out soon after you start using them. Preparation of a new lamp and early replacement are recommended.

  • Page 52: Lamp Warning

    Maintenance Lamp (continued) Lamp warning HIGH VOLTAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE HIGH PRESSURE WARNING ►The projector uses a high-pressure mercury glass lamp. The lamp can break with a loud bang, or burn out, if jolted or scratched, handled while hot, or worn over time. Note that each lamp has a different lifetime, and some may burst or burn out soon after you start using them.

  • Page 53: Air Filter

    Maintenance Air filter Please check and clean the air filter periodically. When the indicators or a message prompts you to clean the air filter, comply with it as soon as possible. Replace the air filter when it is damaged or too soiled. To prepare a new air filter, contact your dealer and tell the air filter type number.

  • Page 54: Other Care

    Maintenance Other care Inside of the projector In order to ensure the safe use of your projector, please have it cleaned and inspected by your dealer about once every year. Caring for the lens If the lens is flawed, soiled or fogged, it could cause deterioration of display quality.

  • Page 55: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Troubleshooting If an abnormal operation should occur, stop using the projector immediately. WARNING ►Never use the projector if abnormal operations such as smoke, strange odor, excessive sound, damaged casing or elements or cables, penetration of liquids or foreign matter, etc. should occur. In such cases, immediately disconnect the power plug from the power outlet.

  • Page 56: Regarding The Indicator Lamps

    Troubleshooting Regarding the indicator lamps When operation of the LAMP, TEMP and POWER indicators differs from usual, check and cope with it according to the following table. POWER LAMP TEMP Description indicator indicator indicator Lighting Turned Turned The projector is in a standby state. Orange Please refer to the section “Power on/off”.

  • Page 57: Shutting The Projector Down

    Troubleshooting Regarding the indicator lamps (continued) POWER LAMP TEMP Description indicator indicator indicator There is a possibility that the interior portion has become heated. Please turn the power off, and allow the projector to cool down at least 20 minutes. After the projector has sufficiently cooled down, please make Blinking confirmation of the following items, and then turn the power on again.

  • Page 58: Phenomena That May Be Easy To Be Mistaken For Machine Defects

    Troubleshooting Phenomena that may be easy to be mistaken for machine defects About the phenomenon confused with a machine defect, check and cope with it according to the following table. Reference Phenomenon Cases not involving a machine defect page The electrical power cord is not plugged in. Correctly connect the power cord.

  • Page 59

    Troubleshooting Phenomena that may be easy to be mistaken for machine defects (continued) Reference Phenomenon Cases not involving a machine defect page The brightness is adjusted to an extremely low level. 25, 26 Adjust BRIGHTNESS to a higher level using the menu function.

  • Page 60: Specifications

    Specifications Specifications Specification Item Specification Product name Liquid crystal projector Panel size 1.6 cm (0.63 type) Liquid Crystal Drive system TFT active matrix Panel Pixels 786,432 pixels (1024 horizontal x 768 vertical) Zoom lens, <CP-X200> <CP-X300> <CP-X400> Lens F=1.7 ~ 1.9 F=1.7 ~ 1.9 F=1.6 ~ 1.8 f = 18.9~ 22.6 mm...

  • Page 61

    Specifications Specifications (continued) [unit: mm]...

  • Page 62

    Read this Safety Guide first. Projector User's Manual - Safety Guide Thankyouforpurchasingthisprojector. WARNING • Before using, read these user's manuals of this projector to ensure correct usage through understanding. After reading, store them in a safe place for future reference. Incorrect handling of this product could possibly result in personal injury or physical damage.

  • Page 63: Safety Precautions

    Safety Precautions WARNING Never use the projector if a problem should occur. Abnormal operations such as smoke, strange odor, no image, no sound, excessive sound, damaged casing or elements or cables, penetration of liquidsorforeignmatter,etc.cancauseafireorelectricalshock. Insuchcase,immediatelyturnoffthepowerswitchandthendisconnectthe powerplugfromthepoweroutlet.Aftermakingsurethatthesmokeorodor Disconnectthe plugfromthe has stopped, contact your dealer. Never attempt to make repairs yourself poweroutlet.

  • Page 64

    Safety Precautions (continued) WARNING Be cautious of High temperatures of the projector. Hightemperaturesaregeneratedwhenthelampislit.Itcouldresultinfireor burn.Usespecialcautioninhouseholdswherechildrenarepresent. Donottouchaboutthelens,airfansandventilationopeningsduringuseor immediatelyafteruse,topreventaburn.Takecareofventilation. •Keepaspaceof0cmormorebetweenthesidesandotherobjectssuch aswalls. •Donotplacetheprojectoronametallictableoranythingweakinheat. •Donotplaceanythingaboutthelens,airfansandventilationopeningsof theprojector. •Neverblocktheairfanandventilationopenings. •Donotcovertheprojectorwithatablecloth,etc. •Donotplacetheprojectoronacarpetorbedding. Never look through the lens or openings when the lamp is on. Thepowerfullightcouldadverselyaffectvision. Usespecialcautioninhouseholdswherechildrenarepresent. Use only the correct power cord and the correct power outlet. Incorrectpowersupplycouldresultinfireorelectricalshock. • Use only the correct power outlet depending on the indication on the projectorandthesafetystandard....

  • Page 65

    Safety Precautions (continued) WARNING Be careful in handling the light source lamp. The projector uses a high-pressure mercury glass lamp made of glass. The lamp can break with a loud bang, or burn out. When the bulb bursts, it is possible for shards of glass to fly into the lamp housing, and for gas containingmercurytoescapefromtheprojector’sventholes. Please carefully read the section “Lamp”.

  • Page 66

    Safety Precautions (continued) CAUTION Be careful in moving the projector. Neglectcouldresultinaninjuryordamage. • Do not move the projector during use. Before moving, disconnect the power cord and all external connections, and close the slide lens door or attachthelenscap. •Avoidanyimpactorshocktotheprojector. •Donotdragtheprojector. • F ormovingtheprojector,usetheenclosedcaseorbagifprovided. Do not put anything on top of the projector.

  • Page 67

    Safety Precautions (continued) CAUTION Remove the power cord for complete separation. •Forsafetypurposes,disconnectthepowercordiftheprojectorisnottobe usedforprolongedperiodsoftime. Disconnectthe • Before cleaning, turn off and unplug the projector. Neglect could result in plugfromthe fireorelectricalshock. poweroutlet. Ask your dealer to cleaning inside of the projector about every year.

  • Page 68

    Safety Precautions (continued) NOTE About consumables. Lamp,LCDpanels,polarizorsandotheropticalcomponents,andairfilterandcoolingfans haveadifferentlifetimeineach.Thesepartsmayneedtobereplacedafteralongusage time. •Thisproductisn’tdesignedforcontinuoususeoflongtime.Inthecaseofcontinuoususe forhoursormore,oruseforhoursormoreeveryday(evenifitisn’tcontinuous),or repetitious use, thelifetime may be shortened, and thesepartsmayneed tobereplaced evenifoneyearhasnotpassedsincethebeginningofusing. • A ny inclining use beyond the adjustment range explained in these user’s manuals may shortenthelifetimesoftheconsumables. Before turning on the power, make the projector cool down adequately. Afterturningtheprojectoroff,pushingtherestartswitchorinterruptingofthepowersupply, make the projector cool down adequately. Operation in a high temperature state of the projectorcausesadamageoftheelectrodeandun-lightingofthelamp.

  • Page 69

    Lamp WARNING HIGH VOLTAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE HIGH PRESSURE The projector uses a high-pressure mercury glass lamp. The lamp can break with a loud bang, or burn out, if jolted or scratched, handled while hot, or worn over time. Notethateachlamphasadifferentlifetime,andsomemayburstorburnoutsoonafter you start using them. In addition, when the bulb bursts, it is possible for shards of glasstoflyintothelamphousing,andforgas containing mercurytoescapefromthe projector’sventholes.

  • Page 70: Regulatory Notices

    Regulatory Notices FCC Statement Warning WARNING:  This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part  of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur...

  • Page 71

    Projector CP-X200/CP-X300/CP-X400 User's Manual (detailed) Technical Example of PC signal Resolution (H x V) H. frequency (kHz) V. frequency (Hz) Rating Signal mode 720 x 400 37.9 85.0 VESA TEXT 640 x 480 3.5 59.9 VESA VGA (60Hz) 640 x 480 37.9 72.8 VESA...

  • Page 72

    Initial set signals Initial set signals The following signals are used for the initial settings. The signal timing of some PC models may be different. In such case, adjust the items V POSITION and H POSITION in IMAGE menu. Back porch (B) Front porch (D) Back porch (b) Front porch (d)

  • Page 73

    Connection to the ports Connection to the ports COMPUTER IN1, COMPUTER IN2, MONITOR OUT D-sub 5pin mini shrink jack • Video signal: RGB separate, Analog, 0.7Vp-p, 75Ω terminated (positive) • H/V. sync. Signal: TTL level (positive/negative) • Composite sync. Signal: TTL level Signal Signal Video Red...

  • Page 74

    Connection to the ports (continued) COMPONENT VIDEO Pb/Cb, Pr/Cr RCA jack x3 • System: 525i(480i), 525p(480p), 625i(576i), 750p(720p),25i(080i) Port Signal Component video Y, 1.0±0.1Vp-p, 75Ω terminator with composite Pb/Cb Component video Pb/Cb, 0.7±0.1Vp-p, 75Ω terminator Pr/Cr Component video Pr/Cr, 0.7±0.1Vp-p, 75Ω terminator S-VIDEO Mini DIN 4pin jack Signal...

  • Page 75

    Connection to the ports (continued) AUDIO IN1, AUDIO IN2 Ø3.5 stereo mini jack • 200 mVrms 47kΩ terminator AUDIO IN3 RCA jack x2 • 200 mVrms 47kΩ terminator AUDIO OUT Ø3.5 stereo mini jack • 200 mVrms 1kΩ output impedance To input SCART RGB signal;...

  • Page 76

    Connection to the ports (continued) USB B type jack Signal 1 +5V 2 - Data 3 + Data 4 Ground CONTROL D-sub 9pin plug • About the details of RS-232C communication, please refer to the following page. Signal Signal Signal (No connection) (No connection) Ground...

  • Page 77: Communications Setting

    Command Control via the Network Command Control via the Network CONTROL port RS-232C cable (cross) RS-232C port of the projector of the computer - (1) (1) CD RD (2) (2) RD TD (3) (3) TD - (4) (4) DTR GND (5) (5) GND - (6) (6) DSR...

  • Page 78

    Command Control via the Network (continued) Requesting projector status (Get command) () Send the following request code from the PC to the projector. Header + Command data (‘02H’ + ‘00H’ + type (2 bytes) + ‘00H’ + ‘00H’) (2) The projector returns the response code ‘1DH’ + data (2 bytes) to the PC. Changing the projector settings (Set command) () Send the following setting code from the PC to the projector.

  • Page 79: Icture Mode

    Command Control via the Network (continued) RS-232C communication command table Command Data Names  Operation Type Header Action Type Setting Code Power Turn off BE  EF 06  00 2A  D3 01  00 00  60 00  00 Turn on BE  EF 06  00 BA  D2 01  00 00  60 01  00 BE  EF 06  00 19  D3 02  00 00  60 00  00 [Example return]    00  00 ...

  • Page 80: Color Temp

    Command Control via the Network (continued) RS-232C communication command table (continued) Command Data Names  Operation Type Header Action Type Setting Code User Gamma Pattern BE  EF 06  00 FB  FA 01  00 80  30 00  00 9 step gray scale BE  EF 06  00 6B  FB 01  00 80  30 01  00 15 steps gray scale BE  EF 06  00 9B  FB 01  00 80  30 02  00 Ramp BE  EF 06  00 0B  FA...

  • Page 81

    Command Control via the Network (continued) RS-232C communication command table (continued) Command Data Names  Operation Type Header Action Type Setting Code COLOR TEMP GAIN B BE  EF 06  00 8C  F5 02  00 B3  30 00  00 Increment BE  EF 06  00 EA  F5 04  00 B3  30 00  00 Decrement BE  EF 06  00 3B  F4 05  00 B3  30 00  00 COLOR TEMP  BE  EF 06  00 04  F5...

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    Command Control via the Network (continued) RS-232C communication command table (continued) Command Data Names  Operation Type Header Action Type Setting Code OVER SCAN BE  EF 06  00 91  70 02  00 09  22 00  00 Increment BE  EF 06  00 F7  70 04  00 09  22 00  00 Decrement BE  EF 06  00 26  71 05  00 09  22 00  00 OVER SCAN Reset Execute BE  EF 06  00...

  • Page 83: Keystone V

    Command Control via the Network (continued) RS-232C communication command table (continued) Command Data Names Operation Type Header Action Type Setting Code COMPUTER IN1 SYNC ON G ON BE  EF 06  00 CE D6 01 00 10 20 03  00 SYNC ON G OFF BE  EF 06  00 5E D7 01 00 10 20 02  00 BE  EF 06  00 0D D6 02 00 10 20 00  00 COMPUTER IN2 SYNC ON G ON BE  EF 06  00...

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    Command Control via the Network (continued) RS-232C communication command table (continued) Command Data Names  Operation Type Header Action Type Setting Code AUDIO-COMPUTER1 Set AUDIO1 BE  EF 06  00 6E  DC 01  00 30  20 01  00 AUDIO2 BE  EF 06  00 9E  DC 01  00 30  20 02  00 AUDIO3 BE  EF 06  00 0E  DD 01  00 30  20 03  00 Turn off BE  EF...

  • Page 85: M Yscreen Lock

    Command Control via the Network (continued) RS-232C communication command table (continued) Command Data Names  Operation Type Header Action Type Setting Code LANGUAGE ENGLISH BE  EF 06  00 F7  D3 01  00 05  30 00  00 FRANÇAIS BE  EF 06  00 67  D2 01  00 05  30 01  00 DEUTSCH BE  EF 06  00 97  D2 01  00 05  30 02  00 ESPAÑOL BE  EF 06  00...

  • Page 86

    Command Control via the Network (continued) RS-232C communication command table (continued) Command Data Names  Operation Type Header Action Type Setting Code AUTO KEYSTONE TURN OFF BE  EF 06  00 EA  D1 01  00 0F  20 00  00 TURN ON BE  EF 06  00 7A  D0 01  00 0F  20 01  00 BE  EF 06  00 D9  D1 02  00 0F  20 00  00 AUTO ON TURN OFF BE  EF 06  00...

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Cp-x300, Cp-x400

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