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Image resolution . 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 .
Leave the room immediately and carefully ventilate the room for at least 180 minutes. v Use care when cleaning up any material ejected from the projector. Use cut proof gloves to avoid contact of material with skin. Wash your hands after cleaning up the area.
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Fully-featured remote control including laser pointer, mouse emulation and page up and down functionality. v Remotely check the status (lamp life and menu settings) of your C500 projector via a Web browser (password protected) through an RJ-45 connection and send e-mail to your projector administrator.
If any of the items listed above are missing or damaged, contact your place of purchase. Note: Be sure to retain your proof of purchase; it will be required to receive warranty service. For information on optional accessories for your projector, go to http://www.lenovo.com. Lenovo C500 Projector User’s Guide...
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 before placing the projector into the soft case to avoid damaging the lens. Projector features The figures below show the different angles and features of the projector.
3 Keystone/Up cursor 4 Enter 5 VOL+/Right cursor 6 Ready LED 7 Power LED 8 Power 9 Source 10 Auto 11 Menu Lenovo C500 Projector User’s Guide 3 4 5 8 9 10 11 READY POWER POWER POWER SOURCE SOURCE...
Connect the USB cable from a computer Connect the audio cable from an input device Connect the supplied power cord Connect the projector to a cable or network Receiver for IR signal from remote control Connect to external speakers Connect an RCA audio cable (not supplied) from the input device channel...
For permanent installation, follow local codes. Lenovo C500 Projector User’s Guide Push to release leveling legs Adjusters drop down when you push adjuster buttons, these may be rotated for fine adjustment Contact your dealer for information on mounting the projector to the ceiling...
Attention: Before moving the projector, be sure to power down the projector normally and disconnect the projector from the main power source. 1. Connect the power cord to the projector as shown. Connect the other end to a wall outlet. The Power LED turns on and the buttons illuminate.
Adjusting the projector level and height To adjust the projector level and height, complete the following procedure: 1. To raise the height of the projector A , lift the projector and press the height-adjuster buttons B . The leveling legs C drop down.
4. If you press the keystone buttons on the projector or remote, the keystone control appears. 5. Use the up/down buttons to adjust the keystone. Note: The C500 Projector features automatic keystone correction. For more information, see Chapter 5, “On-screen Display menu controls,” on page 5-1.
3. Press the Mute button (on the remote control only) to turn off the volume. Press the Mute button again to turn off mute. The On-screen Display displays when Mute is activated. Lenovo C500 Projector User’s Guide...
Chapter 3. Connecting devices to the projector This chapter provides information on connecting devices to the C500 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.
Connecting to a USB device To control your computer mouse using the projector remote control, connect the projector to the computer with a USB cable as shown below. ® ® Note: The USB mouse function is only supported with Microsoft...
1. Remove the battery compartment cover by sliding the cover in the direction of the arrow, as shown. 2. Insert the supplied batteries taking note of the polarity (+/-), as shown. Lenovo C500 Projector User’s Guide Changes On-screen Display settings Navigates and changes On-screen Display settings.
This remote control uses infrared transmission to control the projector. It is not necessary to point the remote directly at the projector. Provided you are not holding the remote to the sides or the rear of the projector, the remote will function within a maximum radius of 10m (33ft) and 30° above or below the projector level.
USB to a computer and when On-screen Display is off. 11 Menu Opens and navigates the On-screen Display. 12 Source Detects or switches input device. 13 Power Turns the projector on or off Lenovo C500 Projector User’s Guide 6/9 7/10 3/5 2 POWER SOURCE AUTO MENU...
Note: You must have a display on the screen in order to access the On-screen Display. Navigating the On-screen Display You can use the remote control or the buttons on the top of the projector to navigate and make changes to the On-screen Display. The following sections show the menus in the On-screen Display.
Press the left or right cursor button to adjust the video saturation. Range: 1 - 100 Color Tint Press the left or right cursor button to adjust the video tint/hue. Range: 0 - 100 Lenovo C500 Projector User’s Guide Default Normal...
Item Description Gamma Press the left or right cursor button to select different gamma corrections. Range: (Input/Gamma/Brightness) PC/2.2/High - MAC/1.8/High - Video/2.4./Low - Chart/2.2/Low - B&W/2.4/High Color Space Press the left or right cursor button to adjust the color space. Range: Auto - RGB - YPbPr - YCbCr Cancel Cancels changes made in the On-screen Display screen and...
Advance Feature Enters the Advance feature menu. For more information, see “Advance Feature menu” on page 5-5. Cancel Cancels changes made in the On-screen Display screen and returns all parameters to their previous settings. Lenovo C500 Projector User’s Guide Default...
Input Sources Function DVI-A/RGB H Position V Position Keystone Aspect Ratio Advance Feature Cancel Advance Feature menu To access the Advance Feature menu, 1. Press the Menu button to open the On-screen Display. 2. Press the left or right cursor button to move to the Properties menu. 3.
Logo Display Press the right or left cursor button to enable or disable if the logo displays when the projector starts, and when no source is detected. range: On - Off Auto Keystone When enabled, the projector automatically corrects any keystone distortion in the image when you press the Auto button (from the remote control or the keypad).
5. Press the up or down cursor button to select a color. Press the left or right cursor button to change values for settings and then press Enter to confirm the new setting. 6. If you wish to cancel all changes made within the User color menu, select Cancel and press the Enter button.
6. If you wish to cancel all changes made within the Setup menu, select Cancel and press the Enter button. 7. Press Menu to confirm the new settings and leave the Setup menu. Lenovo C500 Projector User’s Guide Default Blue...
Use the cursor buttons to pan to the zoomed image. Press the Menu button to exit. Press the left or right cursor button to select remote control method. Range: RS-232C - RJ-45 Press the Enter button to adjust network settings for the projector. Default Auto Desktop Front Auto-detected...
IP addresses. If you select Static, you must manually assign an IP address, subnet mask, default gateway, and DNS server. 5-10 Lenovo C500 Projector User’s Guide Description Cancels changes made in the On-screen Display screen and returns all parameters to their previous settings.
Item Description IP Address Press the up or down cursor button to change the values. Press the Menu button followed by the left or right cursor button to go to the next field. Press the Menu button followed by the up or down cursor button to go to the next menu item.
Displays the current IP address. Lamp Hours Displays lamp hour information. Range: Normal, Boost and ECO 5-12 Lenovo C500 Projector User’s Guide Description Press the up or down cursor button to select a language (localization menu). Range: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Swedish,...
Press the left or right cursor button to select normal lamp mode for higher brightness. Range: ECO - Boost. Default: Normal Lamp Hour Reset Reset this item after replacing the projector lamp. For more information, refer to “Resetting the lamp” on page A-3. Chapter 5. On-screen Display menu controls...
Direct connection (ad hoc) Setup You can control the projector by connecting from a computer directly to the projector, as shown. Please check the Lenovo Personal Computing Web site for updated User’s Guide, product overview, and technical support information. 1. Go to http://www.lenovo.com/support 2.
Setup Menu section in Chapter 5, “On-screen Display menu controls,” on page 5-1 for more information. Open a browser application and type the IP address of the projector into the URL address bar. The browser accesses the projector and displays the following window: Thie Projector Status and Control window shows the current status of the projector.
The Projector Remote Control window provides similar functions as the hand-held projector remote control. Click the corresponding button in the remote control window to perform the same function as you would with the hand-held projector remote. See Chapter 4, “Using the remote control” on page 4-1, for more information.
Administrator Settings window, enter the E-mail address of the administrator in the Your E-MAIL field provided, and click Get Password. The password is then e-mailed to the administrator. 2. Passwords are case sensitive. The default password is 123. Lenovo C500 Projector User’s Guide...
When data is entered in the E-Mail Settings window, the projector is prompted to send E-mail status messages to an administrator, such as lamp timer warnings. In most cases the sender and receiver E-mail addresses are the same.
Firmware Update link. Notes: 1. If the firmware update process is interrupted, the Ethernet function of the C500 projector will not work and cannot be recovered. Therefore, it is strongly recommended that the firmware update be through a wired connection and not by WAN.
In the Firmware Update window, click the Browse button to open a file selection dialog window. Navigate and select the revised firmware file. Note: Ensure that you select the correct file. The Ethernet function of the projector may not work properly if you update with a non-firmware file.
Wait for the projector to compete the reset, then click the Re Login button to return to the main window. Lenovo C500 Projector User’s Guide...
Replacing the projector lamp The projector lamp should only be replaced with an Lenovo certified replacement part, which you can order from your business partner or go to www.Lenovo.com/support. Turn off and unplug the projector at least an hour before replacing the lamp to avoid burns.
3. Remove the two screws from the lamp module A . 4. Lift the module handle up B . 5. Pull firmly on the module handle to remove the lamp module, as shown. Lenovo C500 Projector User’s Guide...
6. Reverse steps 1 through 5 to install the new lamp module. Resetting the lamp After replacing the lamp, you should reset the lamp hour counter to zero. Please follow the steps below. 1. Press the Menu button to open the On-screen Display. 2.
Appendix B. Troubleshooting The following table provides troubleshooting information for the projector. In some cases, more than one possible solution is provided. Try the solutions in the order they are presented. When the problem is solved, you can skip the additional solutions.
The projector does not respond to the remote control. There is no sound. The sound is distorted. Projector LEDs The LEDs on top of the projector indicates the state of the projector and can help you troubleshoot. Status/# of Flashes Description Ready...
1. Switch off the power and disconnected the power plug from the wall outlet. 2. Check the temperature of the room. If the projector is being used in a location with a high ambient temperature, set it up in a cooler location.
Appendix C. Specifications Following are specifications for the Lenovo C500 projector. Power consumption Lamp Display type Resolution Bandwidth Color Weight Projection distance Projection screen size Projection lens Zoom ratio Vertical keystone correction Projection methods Data compatibility HDTV Video compatibility H-sync...
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