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HP xp7010/xp7030 User Manual

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HP xp7010/xp7030 Series
Digital Projector
User's Guide


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    HP xp7010/xp7030 Series Digital Projector User’s Guide...

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    The only warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. HP shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Projector buttons and lights ........

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    Adjusting the projector setup ........

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    Running the projector diagnostics ........

  • Page 6: Setting Up

    Route all cables so they are not located where people can step on them or trip on them. • Place the projector flat on its base on a sturdy surface or on an HP ceiling mount. Do not stand the projector on its front surface.

  • Page 7: What's In The Box

    What’s in the box? Before setting up your projector, be sure its shipping box includes the following items. If the shipping box does not contain all of the following items, contact HP. TIP: After you open the box and remove the contents, save the box in case you must ship the projector.

  • Page 8: Identifying Common Features

    Levels the projector (one foot on each rear corner). Disconnects power. Turn off when unplugging the power cord. CAUTION: Do not use this switch to turn off the projector. Use the power button on top of the projector. Connects the power cord to the projector.

  • Page 9: Projector Buttons And Lights

    Opens the on-screen menu or acts on the selected menu item. Selects the next picture and color combination—can be customized. Resynchronizes the projector to the input signal from a computer, or navigates the on-screen menu. Identifying common features...

  • Page 10: Back Panel

    Back panel Identifying back panel components Item Audio in and out ports USB port Serial port DVI input port VGA-in port S-video input port 12-Vdc trigger output Infrared port Setting Up Function Connect a stereo audio source using a stereo mini-phone plug, or an optional RCA-to-mini-phone plug.

  • Page 11: Remote Control

    Before using the remote control, remove the battery protector by pulling the plastic tab until it comes out of the remote control. Function Locks the projector to a stationary object with the use of a cable and lock. Connects a component video source.

  • Page 12: Accessories

    Get more from your presentations with HP projector accessories. You can purchase accessories at or through your projector dealer. • HP ceiling mount kit—enables you to simply and discreetly install your projector on the ceiling. • HP projection screens—mobile screens that are easy to carry and set up anywhere, and fixed screens for even greater convenience.

  • Page 13: Setting Up The Projector

    Setting up the projector Positioning the projector The following tables show you where to position the projector in relation to the screen. TIP: For more information on adjusting the picture, see “Making basic adjustments” on page 25 and “Adjusting the Projector” on page 29.

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    = B width of screen = 0.8 × diagonal of screen (for 4:3 screen) projector lens below bottom of screen = C × width of screen (for 4:3 screen, with projector sitting level) xp7010/xp7030 series A = 1.6 to 2.0...

  • Page 15: Connecting Power

    Connecting power Place the projector on a stable platform located 1.2 to 10 m (4 to 33 ft) in front of the screen. Ideally, the platform should be lower than the bottom of the screen. Connect one end of the power cord to the back of the projector...

  • Page 16: Connecting A Computer

    See “Showing a computer screen” on page 28. TIP: If the computer display does not appear on the projector, you might have to press a combination of keys on the computer to turn on the computer’s VGA output. For example, on some computers you must press F documentation provided with your computer.

  • Page 17: Connecting A Handheld Organizer

    Not all handhelds come with VGA-out ports. For example, an iPAQ Pocket PC may require a VGA-out PC Card with 15-pin connector. If necessary, install a VGA-out accessory card into the organizer. Requires: • VGA cable • VGA-out accessory card (in some cases) Setting up the projector...

  • Page 18: Connecting A Video Source

    S-video connection • Composite-video connection The video and audio cables shown in the following sections are available from HP. If you want to connect a SCART video device to the projector, you will need a SCART adapter (available from HP).

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    Many DVD players and other high-quality video devices provide component video output through three RCA connectors (which might be labeled YPbPr or YCbCr). Connect the component-to-VGA cable to the video device’s RCA connectors and the projector’s VGA-in port. If possible, configure the video source to use progressive scan output, such as 480p, 575p, or 720p.

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    Connecting an RCA component-video source (certain models only) Examples: Cable boxes, DVD players, satellite receivers, and audio-video receivers Requires: • Standard component-video cable • Audio cable, mini-phone TIP: Many DVD players and other high-quality video devices provide component video output. The three RCA connectors might be labeled YPbPr or YCbCr. If possible, configure the video source to use progressive scan output, such as 480p, 575p, or 720p.

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    Connecting an S-video source Examples: DVD players, VCRs, cable boxes, camcorders, and video gaming devices Requires: • S-video cable • Audio cable, mini-phone (optional) Setting up the projector...

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    Connecting a composite-video source Examples: VCRs, DVD players, audio-video receivers, and video gaming devices Requires: • Composite-video cable • Audio cable, mini-phone Setting Up , or combined video-audio cable (optional)

  • Page 23: Turning The Projector On And Off

    On the projector, press the source button one or more times to select the correct input port. NOTE: It is normal for parts of the projector and the air coming out of the projector to be very warm. If the projector starts to overheat, the temperature warning light will turn on and the projector will shut down.

  • Page 24: Turning The Projector Off

    If you must unplug or remove the projector, wait until the power light stops blinking, then unplug the power cord. If you try to turn on the projector again during the cool-down period, it will not turn on. Wait until the cool-down period ends and the power button stops blinking.

  • Page 25: Making Basic Adjustments

    1.2 to 10 m (4 to 33 ft). • Rotate the zoom ring (with tab) to adjust the picture size (100% to 120%). If the picture does not fit the screen, you might have to move the projector closer to or farther away from the screen. TIP: For more information on adjusting the picture, see “Adjusting the Projector”...

  • Page 26: Using The Remote Control

    USB connection between the projector and computer. Power button Left-click or right-click button . This feature requires a USB connection between the projector and computer. Page-up or page-down button . This feature requires a USB connection between the projector and computer.

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    Switch to next input source TIP: From within the distance of 8 m (26 ft), aim the remote control at the screen or at the front or back of the projector. Press this... Picture mode button one or more times.

  • Page 28: Showing Presentations

    Be sure the projector is set up, turned on, and adjusted. See “Making basic adjustments” on page 25. If a different input source is shown on the projector, press the source button on the projector or remote control one or more times to select the VGA-in port.

  • Page 29: Adjusting The Projector

    3 Adjusting the Projector You can change the projector’s settings through its built-in on-screen menu system, using the buttons on the projector or the remote control. To access the on-screen menu, press enter on the projector or remote control. For details, see “Using the on-screen menu” on page 38.

  • Page 30: Adjusting The Shape Of The Picture

    Depending on the type of video source you are viewing, the picture might or might not always look correct or fit on the screen: • If the active video device sends widescreen output to the projector, press enter, go to Source, and set Widescreen input to On. See •...

  • Page 31: Adjusting A Slanted Picture

    Adjusting a slanted picture If the projector is tilted up or down, the sides of the picture on the screen might slant in or out, even though the top and bottom are level. The keystone adjustment corrects this problem. Adjust the picture using the keystone setting in the on-screen menu. Press enter, go to Setup >...

  • Page 32: Adjusting The Picture For Best Color

    Adjusting the picture for best color You can fine tune the picture settings on your projector to get the best color and image quality. You should perform these steps for each input source device and each input port that you use.

  • Page 33: Adjusting The Sound Settings (certain Models Only)

    The sequence protects the projector only when the projector is turning on, not at any other time. If you forget the unlock sequence, you must call HP support to unlock the projector. You must have the projector and your proof of purchase.

  • Page 34: Using The On-screen Menu

    Use the on-screen menus to select the desired settings for all inputs and picture modes. Select Help > Diagnostics... On the remote or the projector, press the up and down buttons in this sequence to open the default settings menu: up –...

  • Page 35: Setup Menu

    Selects the language used by the on-screen menu. Hides the picture and mutes the sound. Adjusts additional setup settings. Sets the length of time the projector waits for an input signal before automatically shutting down. Enlarges and clips video images to remove noise from picture edges.

  • Page 36: Picture Menu

    Reset color settings Advanced color... Green Blue Reset advanced settings Adjusting the Projector Adjusts the picture and colors. Brightens or darkens the picture. Sets the difference between light and dark areas. Sharpens or softens the picture. Adjusts the intensity of colors.

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    VGA settings... Adjusts settings for a computer input. Auto-sync Resynchronizes the projector with the input. If a VGA input image looks incorrect, press auto-sync to try correcting the image. Frequency Adjusts the timing of the projector relative to the computer.

  • Page 38: Source Menu

    Help menu Help Diagnostics... HP digital projector Adjusting the Projector Displays information and status of the projector. Show tests for checking the operation of the projector and the remote control. Displays information about the projector and any network connection.

  • Page 39: Maintaining The Projector

    Press the enter button on the projector or remote control and go to Help. This screen shows information and status for the projector. Cleaning the projector lens You can clean the front lens of the projector using the following recommendations. You cannot clean any of the internal surfaces. •...

  • Page 40: Replacing The Lamp Module

    To reduce the risk of injury, be careful when removing the lamp module as broken glass might be present. HP also recommends wearing goggles and gloves when removing the lamp module. If the lamp is broken, contact HP about repairs that might be required due to glass fragments.

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    Insert the new lamp module into the projector and tighten the two screws. Replace the lamp cover and tighten the two screws. Turn on the projector. If the lamp does not turn on after the warm-up period, try reinstalling the lamp.

  • Page 42: Replacing The Battery In The Remote Control

    Use a ballpoint pen to hold the battery latch toward the center, then pull out the battery holder Insert the new battery Push the holder When discarding old batteries, contact your local waste-disposal provider regarding local restrictions on the disposal or recycling of batteries. Maintaining the Projector in the holder. into the remote control.

  • Page 43: Upgrading The Projector

    Connect a USB cable (available from HP) to the USB port on the computer. Do not connect the cable to the projector at this point. On the computer, run the file you downloaded by double-clicking the file.

  • Page 44: Installing Permanently

    • Before installing cables permanently, check the setup with the final cables in the open. Installing on a table This installation is covered in detail in Chapter 1. See “Setting up the projector,” for more information. Installing Permanently...

  • Page 45: Installing On The Ceiling

    To minimize the risk of injury from improperly installed equipment, it is recommended that a professional installer performs the ceiling installation. Attach the projector to the ceiling using an HP ceiling mount kit. Refer to the installation instructions provided with the ceiling mount kit.

  • Page 46: Controlling An External Accessory

    Controlling an external accessory If your projector has a 12-volt trigger output port, the projector can automatically control one or more accessories. Certain types of accessories can use a 12-volt signal to trigger their actions, such as a motorized screen lowering and raising the screen. The output provides a 12-volt dc signal whenever the projector is on (200 mA maximum current output).

  • Page 47: Connecting To A Room Controller

    Connecting to a room controller If your projector has a serial port, you can connect the projector to a room controller using a serial (RS-232) cable. After you program the room controller using the following commands, you can use the room controller to operate the projector and other components of your installation.

  • Page 48: Examples Of Room Controller Commands

    In the following examples, “<CR>” and “<LF>” represent a carriage return and line feed, respectively. Commands are sent to the projector as “requests” which consist of an asterisk (*) prefix, the command name, any needed parameter, and a carriage return <CR> as a terminator: * command = parameter <CR>...

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    Action command with unnecessary parameter—action command • Action command that is unavailable—action command The following simplified example shows how the projector typically responds to a request to change the active input source. Note that the three latter notifications are delayed. Request: *RSRC=4<CR>...

  • Page 50: Room Controller Commands

    In the following tables, if the parameter listing for a particular command is “None,” that command requires no parameter. Some commands are valid only when the projector is turned on, STAT=1. Some commands are available only when specific input sources are active.

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    Sets or queries the aspect ratio: 0=1-to-1, 1=Best Fit, 4=Reduced. Automatically resynchronizes the projector to the active computer input source. Sets or queries the projector’s timing relative to the active computer input source. Sets or queries the synchronization of the projector to the active computer input source.

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    1=low power. Queries the time (in tenths of hours) that the lamp has been in use. Queries the total time (in tenths of hours) that the projector has been in use. Sets or queries the projector’s position: 0=front table, 1=front ceiling, 2=rear table, 3=rear ceiling.

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    Setup functions (continued) Command Parameters FWVERS IPADDR Hex IP address, ? SNET Hex subnet mask, ? Hex MAC address, ? Used by network module to tell projector the MAC address SNUM RSET None Power and status functions Command Parameters SHDN...

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    4=internal temperature too high, 5=fan problem, 6=ambient temperature too high, 7=color wheel problem, 8=lamp cover open, 9=ballast faulty. ALERT is sent only by the projector, and cannot be used in requests. Description Simulates pressing the Exit Arrow key on keypad...

  • Page 55: Fixing Problems

    “Remote control problems” on page 60 TIP: If these suggestions do not solve your problem, go to for additional information. To contact HP, refer to the support guide included with the projector. Warning light problems If both red warning lights are blinking: •...

  • Page 56: Start-up Problems

    If the red lamp light is on: • Install a new lamp. If the lamp light is on after you install a new lamp module, remove and reinstall the lamp module. If a new lamp does not fix the problem, contact HP for assistance.

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    • Ensure the projection screen is 1.2 to 10 m (4 to 33 ft) from the projector. • Check the projection lens to see if it needs cleaning.

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    If a scrolling or cut-off image is displayed for a computer connection: • Press the auto sync button on the projector or remote control. • Turn everything off. Then power on the projector first and power on the notebook or desktop computer second.

  • Page 59: Sound Problems

    • If the lamp burns out and makes a popping sound, the projector will not turn back on until the lamp module has been replaced. • If the lamp breaks, contact HP about repairs that might be required due to glass fragments.

  • Page 60: Remote Control Problems

    • Aim the remote control at the screen or at the front or back of the projector. • Move the remote control so it is more directly in front of or behind the projector and not as far to the side.

  • Page 61: Reference

    This chapter lists the specifications, safety information, and regulatory information for the projector. Specifications Because HP continually improves its products, the following specifications are subject to change. For the latest specifications, visit the HP website at Projector specifications Size...

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    SECAM: B, D, G, K, K1, L HDTV (480i/p, 576i/p, 720p, 1080i) DVI with HDCP (available only on certain models) Front and back of projector 300-watt lamp 2000-hour average lamp life (to half of original brightness) Lamp saver mode reduces lamp power to 250 watts, extends life to...

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    Projector specifications (continued) Power 100 to 240 V at 50 to 60 Hz Environment Operating: Temperature: 10 to 35 °C (50 to 95 °F) Humidity: 80% RH max, non-condensing Altitude: up to 3,000 m (10,000 ft), up to 25 °C (77 °F) Storage: Temperature: –20 to 55 °C (–4 to 131 °F)

  • Page 64: Safety Information

    This section presents information that shows how your digital projector complies with regulations in certain regions. Any modifications to your digital projector not expressly approved by HP could void the authority to operate the digital projector in these regions. U.S.A.

  • Page 65: Canada

    Connections to peripheral devices To maintain compliance with FCC Rules and Regulations, use properly shielded cables with this device. For more information, consult your dealer, an experienced radio/television technician, or, prepared by the Federal Communications Commission, How to Identify and Resolve Radio-TV Interference Problems.

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    Phone: (650) 857-1501. Reference Declaration of conformity According to ISO/IEC Guide 22 and EN 45014 Hewlett Packard Company Hewlett Packard Company Display Technologies and Products 1000 NE Circle Blvd. Corvallis, OR 97330-4239 Digital Projector xp7010, xp7030 series CRVSB-05LE Steve Brown, General Manager...

  • Page 67: Recycling Information

    Recycling information Disposal of Waste Equipment by Users in Private Households in the European Union This symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product must not be disposed of with your other household waste. Instead, it is your responsibility to dispose of your waste equipment by handing it over to a designated collection point for the recycling of waste electrical and electronic equipment.

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    Eliminación de residuos de aparatos eléctricos y electrónicos por parte de usuarios domésticos en la Unión Europea Este símbolo en el producto o en el embalaje indica que no se puede desechar el producto junto con los residuos domésticos. Por el contrario, si debe eliminar este tipo de residuo, es responsabilidad del usuario entregarlo en un punto de recolección designado de reciclado de aparatos electrónicos y eléctricos.

  • Page 69

    A hulladékanyagok kezelése a magánháztartásokban az Európai Unióban Ez a szimbólum, amely a terméken vagy annak csomagolásán van feltüntetve, azt jelzi, hogy a termék nem kezelheto együtt az egyéb háztartási hulladékkal. Az Ön feladata, hogy a készülék hulladékanyagait eljuttassa olyan kijelölt gyujtohelyre, amely az elektromos hulladékanyagok és az elektronikus berendezések újrahasznosításával foglalkozik.

  • Page 70

    Kassering av förbrukningsmaterial, för hem- och privatanvändare i EU Produkter eller produktförpackningar med den här symbolen får inte kasseras med vanligt hushållsavfall. I stället har du ansvar för att produkten lämnas till en behörig återvinningsstation för hantering av el- och elektronikprodukter. Genom att lämna kasserade produkter för återvinning hjälper du till med att bevara våra gemensamma naturresurser.

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    DVI video connecting source port external accessory firmware, updating focus handheld organizer, connecting hiding picture image. See picture installing projector 13, lamp, replacing lens, cleaning lights. See lamp; warning lights locking projector 33, menu language listing using mercury safety moving projector on-screen menu.

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    18, rear projection installation recycling information regulatory information remote control buttons installing batteries opening menu troubleshooting using replacing lamp room controller room layout RS-232 safety information 6,...

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