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Adjusting the zoom, focus and keystone Adjusting the volume . Chapter 3. Connecting devices to the projector ... . . 3-1 Connecting devices Connecting to a USB device . Chapter 4. Using the projector features 4-1 Using the remote control .
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Placing the projector into the case too soon after switching off the power could cause the projector to overheat and will shorten lamp life. v Be sure to attach the lens cap and place the projector into the soft case to avoid damaging the lens.
Chapter 1. Introduction The figures below show the features of the E500 projector. Figure 1-1. Front right view of projector 1 Lens/focus 2 IR receiver 3 Connectors 4 Power cord connector 5 Leveling foot 6 Elevator foot 7 Elevator foot adjuster button...
Figure 1-2. Top view of projector 1 Zoom 2 Focus 3 Power 4 System status LEDs 5 Control buttons 6 Source button 7 Menu button 8 Auto button 9 Speaker E500 Projector: User’s Guide...
Figure 1-3. Top view of the control buttons and LEDs on the projector. 1 Power (LED) 2 Ready (LED) 3 Keystone/Up cursor 4 Volume/ Right cursor 5 Enter button 6 Keystone/ Down cursor 7 Volume/ Left cursor Figure 1-4. Connectors...
3 Video cable 4 AC socket 5 Composite video 6 S-video 7 USB 8 Security slot Figure 1-5. Bottom view of the projector 1 Projection lamp cover 2 Elevator foot 3 Leveling foot 4 Ceiling support holes E500 Projector: User’s Guide...
ThinkPad, press Fn + F7 on the computer keyboard to switch the display output to the projector. Check the user’s manual of non- Lenovo PCs to determine the appropriate Fn hot keys to change display output. Attention Do not look directly into the projection lens when the lamp is turned on.
To adjust the projector height, complete the following procedure: 1. To raise the height of the projector, lift the projector as shown in 1 and press the elevator-foot buttons as shown in 2 . The elevator foot drops down as shown in 3 .
1.5 m (4.9 ft) from the projection screen. v Position the projector within 2.7 m (9 ft) of your power source and within 1.8 m (6 ft) of your video device (unless you purchase extension cables). To ensure adequate cable access, do not place the projector within .15 m (6 in.) of a wall or...
Adjusting the zoom, focus and keystone To adjust the image, follow these steps. 1. Use the Image-focus control on the projector to sharpen the projected image as shown in 1 . 2. Use the Image-zoom control on the projector to resize the projected image and screen size as shown in 2 .
3. Press the Mute button (on the remote control only) to turn off the volume. See 3 in the figure above. 4. Press the Volume +/- buttons on the projector or the remote control to turn off the mute. Chapter 2. Setting up the projector...
Chapter 3. Connecting devices to the projector This chapter provides information on connecting devices to the E500 Projector. Connecting devices Computers and video devices can be connected to the projector at the same time. Check the user’s manual of the connecting device to confirm that it has the appropriate output connector.
Note: USB mouse function is only supported with Windows 2000 and Windows E500 Projector: User’s Guide...
3. Replace the cover, as shown. Note: v Only use AAA alkaline batteries. v Dispose of used batteries according to local government ordinance regulations. v Remove the batteries when not using the remote for prolonged periods. E500 Projector: User’s Guide...
Note: You must have a display on the screen in order to access the OSD. Navigating the OSD You can use the remote control or the buttons on the top of the projector to navigate and make changes to the OSD. The following sections show the menu options in the OSD.
Brightness Contrast Sharpness Color Temperature Color Saturation Color Tint E500 Projector: User’s Guide Description Press the cursor left/right button to adjust the brightness. Range: 0 to 100 Press the cursor left/right button to adjust the contrast. Range: 0 to 100 Press the cursor left/right button to adjust the display sharpness.
Item Gamma Press the cursor left/right button to adjust the gamma correction of the display. Input Gamma Brightness Video Chart B&W Color Space Press the cursor left/right button to adjust the Range: Auto, RGB, YpbPr YCbCr Cancel Resets all Quality item setting to default value Description High High...
Vertical Position Keystone Aspect Ratio Advanced Features Cancel E500 Projector: User’s Guide Description Press the cursor left/right button to move the image left or right. Range: 0 to 100 Press the cursor left/right button to move the image up or down.
Range 0 to 10 Logo Display Press the cursor left/right button to enable or disable the logo display at initial power on and when there is no input to the projector. Range On/Off Cancel Resets all Advanced Function item settings to the default value.
Volume Menu Position Menu Display Translucent Menu Cancel E500 Projector: User’s Guide Description Press the cursor left/right button to select a background color for blank screen. Range: Black, Red, Green, Blue, White Press the cursor left/right button to enable or disable automatic source detection.
Setup menu Follow the steps below to access the Setup menu. 1. Press the Menu button to open the OSD menu. 2. Press the cursor left/right button to move to the Setup menu. 3. Press the cursor up/down button to move up and down in the Setup menu. The following table shows the options that you will see in the Setup menu and the default.
The following table shows the options that you will see in the Information menu and a brief description. Item Video Information Active Source Software Version E500 Projector: User’s Guide Description Press the cursor left/right button to adjust the A/D sampling clock. Frequency is only active when the input source is Analog RGB.
Item Lamp Hours Lamp Mode Lamp Hour Reset Description Number of hours the lamp has been in use Press the cursor left/right button to select Lamp mode: v Normal v Eco After replacing the lamp, this item should be reset. Chapter 5.
Replacing the projection lamp Use only a replacement lamp with the same type and rating as the original lamp. Contact your Lenovo representative for information or go to www.lenovo.com/pc. Note: Turn off the projector, unplug the power cord, and allow the projector to cool for at least 1 hour before attempting to replace the lamp.
3. Remove the two screws from the lamp module as shown. 4. Lift the module handle up as shown. 5. Pull firmly on the module handle to remove the lamp module as shown. 6. Reverse steps 1 through 5 to install the new lamp module. E500 Projector: User’s Guide...
50% to 750 lumens. Using the security slot The projector has a security slot, (see Figure 1-4 on page 1-3). Refer to the information that comes with the lock for instructions on how to use it. Appendix A. Maintenance...
The sound is distorted. Projector LEDs The LED on top of the projector indicates the state of the projector and can help you troubleshoot. There are two-second pauses between the blinking cycles. For more details on LED projector errors, contact your Lenovo representative.
Table B-3. Power LED error messages (continued) Power LED number of flashes Explanation Fan error. Refer to Lamp-ready LED to determine which fan. Lamp cover open DLP driver error. Appendix B. Troubleshooting...
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