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USER'S MANUAL
LCD PROJECTOR
LPF-4800/LPF-4800E
Important Information ..................................... En-3
Important Safeguards .................................... En-3
Features ......................................................... En-6
Checking the Accessories .............................. En-7
Points to Note ................................................. En-8
Names of Parts ............................................ En-11
Setting Up .................................................... En-14
To a Personal Computer ........................... En-16
To a Video/Laser Disk/DVD ....................... En-17
CONTENTS
Connecting the Power Source ...................... En-18
Basic Operation ............................................ En-18
Operating the Menu Screens ....................... En-22
Adjusting the IMAGE .................................... En-24
Adjusting the POSITION .............................. En-26
Setting the DISPLAY .................................... En-27
Setting the INSTALLATION .......................... En-28
Maintenance and Care ................................. En-29
Changing the Lamp ...................................... En-30
Troubleshooting ............................................ En-32
Specifications ............................................... En-33
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    USER’S MANUAL LCD PROJECTOR LPF-4800/LPF-4800E CONTENTS Important Information ........En-3 Connecting the Power Source ...... En-18 Important Safeguards ........En-3 Basic Operation ..........En-18 Features ............En-6 Operating the Menu Screens ....... En-22 Checking the Accessories ......En-7 Adjusting the IMAGE ........En-24 Points to Note ..........

  • Page 2: Declaration Of Conformity

    Signature : H.Hirosaki, Chief Executive FUJITSU GENERAL (U.K.) CO. LIMITED Declaration Reference : FUJITSU GENERAL (U.K.) CO. LIMITED Ground Floor, Elstree House, Elstree Way, Borehamwood, Herts WD6 1LS Tel: +44-181-421-7000, +44-181-421-7029 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.

  • Page 3: Important Information

    Dear Customer: We have prepared this USER’S MANUAL to assist you in the operation of your new LCD Projector. We thank you for your purchase and hope you will be satisfied with the quality and performance of this projector. Please read the instructions carefully, and keep them available for future reference. Important Information WARNING: THIS UNIT HAS AN EXTREMELY BRIGHT LIGHT SOURCE.

  • Page 4

    Important Safeguards (continued) –– Do not insert metallic objects, flammable objects or water in the ventilation holes. If a foreign object enters the unit, always pull out the electrical plug from the wall outlet and contact your sales office. This condition may cause fire or electrical shock.

  • Page 5

    –– Be careful not to expose the projector to any steam, oily smoke, heat or humidity. Never place the projector in a location subject to steam, oily smoke heat or humidity. This may cause fire or electrical shock. –– Never place flammable objects such as a cigarette lighter, matches, gas canisters, spray cans, fireworks or plastic materials close to the lamp ventilation holes.

  • Page 6: Features

    Features The LPF-4800/4800E projector enlarges PC or video images and projects them onto a 23 – 249-inch screen (available on the market). High brightness and high resolution meet every occasion • Achieves a brightness of 1500 ANSI, the highest level for this class of projector.

  • Page 7: Checking The Accessories

    Checking the Accessories Wireless remote control unit × 1 Power cable × 1 AV cable × 1 (Parts No. 8302280021) POWER AUTO MUTE MODE ENTER MENU STATUS ZOOM-PAN VOLUME KEYSTONE CANCEL CR 2025 lithium battery × 1 RGB cable × 1 Lens cap (to protect the lens) ×...

  • Page 8: Points To Note

    Points to Note Transporting the projector Put the projector in the original packaging when transporting. Excessive pressure on the lens may result in damage. About the lamp • The lamp is an expendable item. It should be changed when (Warning message) the “Approaching Recommended Lamp Life!”...

  • Page 9

    Monitor Display • Normal or abnormal operation of the internal parts is indicated by the 3 (Monitor Display) monitors on the front of the projector. (See illustration on right) • When the power cable is plugged into the socket, the POWER-ON monitor lights red and the projector is in standby status.

  • Page 10

    Points to Note (continued) Illumination around projector The projector has two wireless remote control unit light receivers, on the front and rear. If the receivers are subjected to strong light such as from fluorescent lights, the remote control unit may not function properly. In this case, move the projector away from the fluorescent light or other light source, or position it so that light from the light source does not shine directly on the receivers.

  • Page 11: Names Of Parts

    Names of Parts The figures in brackets refer to the relevant page number. Front Wireless remote control unit light receiver [10, 13] Projection lens [14] Adjuster button [15] Adjuster [15] Back Wireless remote control unit light receiver [10, 13] AC 100 – 240 V input Built-in security slot terminal [18, 30] This security slot supports...

  • Page 12: Wireless Remote Control Unit

    Names of Parts (continued) The figures in brackets refer to the relevant page number. Zoom ring [14, 19] Focus ring [19] FOCUS W – ZOOM – T Temperature monitor (TEMP.) [8, 9] STAND-BY POWER-ON TEMP. LAMP Power monitor Lamp monitor (LAMP) (STAND-BY/OIWER- [8, 9] POWER...

  • Page 13: Handling The Wireless Remote Control Unit

    Handling the Wireless Remote Control Unit Loading the Battery (CR2025 lithium battery) While pushing the lock in the Insert the battery, making sure that Close the tray. direction 1, slide the tray out (2) the positive and negative poles are from the back of the wireless correctly oriented.

  • Page 14: Setting Up

    Setting Up • There are 3 ways of setting the projector up: front projection, ceiling hanging projection and rear projection. • By adjusting the zoom ring (see page En-19), you can choose the screen size as shown below. (Ceiling hanging projection) Offset (O) (Front projection) Projection distance (L)

  • Page 15

    Adjustment • Adjust the height of the projector using the 2 adjusters on the front. • If the relation between the position of the projector and the screen is not correct, the image will be distorted and blurred. Lift the front of the projector, then press the two adjuster buttons on the sides of the projector.

  • Page 16: External Connection

    External Connection • This projector can be connected to a personal computer, TV, video deck, laser disk player, DVD, video camera, etc. • Before making any connections or disconnections, make sure that the projector and the equipment to which it is con- nected are turned off.

  • Page 17: To A Video/laser Disk/dvd

    To a Video/Laser Disk/DVD AV equipment [Projector Side] To RGB/ To AUDIO terminal To S-VIDEO terminal (used To VIDEO & AUDIO L/ COMPONENT (used to connect to connect equipment with S R terminals terminal equipment with image output terminal) (this connection (used to connect component output enables image and...

  • Page 18: Connecting The Power Source

    Connecting the Power Source Plug the power cable (supplied) Insert the power plug into the into the power terminal on the power socket. back of the projector. The POWER-ON monitor lights red and the projector is in standby status. Basic Operation AUTO button POWER button STAND-BY...

  • Page 19

    If you press the adjustment button on the remote control unit to select [Power Off] and then press the ENTER button, the power will be turned off. Zoom ring You can also press the POWER button again to turn the power off. When the power is turned off, the following Focus ring operations are performed.

  • Page 20

    Basic Operation (continued) MUTE button POWER AUTO MUTE MODE Pointer buttons ENTER MENU STATUS ZOOM-PAN buttons ZOOM-PAN VOLUME KEYSTONE CANCEL CANCEL button VOLUME buttons Adjusting the Volume Partially Enlarging the Picture (This function is performed only by the wireless (This function is performed only by the wireless remote control unit.) remote control unit.) ¡...

  • Page 21

    AUTO buttons STAND-BY POWER AUTO MUTE POWER-ON TEMP. LAMP MODE POWER AUTO MODE ENTER MENU STATUS buttons AUTO buttons STATUS KEYSTONE buttons PROJECTOR ZOOM-PAN VOLUME KEYSTONE CANCEL Displaying Projector Status Adjusting Distortion of the Image Trapezoid (This function is performed only by the wireless (This function is performed only by the wireless remote control unit.) remote control unit.)

  • Page 22: Operating The Menu Screens

    Operating the Menu Screens POWER AUTO MUTE MODE ENTER button Adjustment buttons ( , ENTER MENU button MENU STATUS ZOOM-PAN VOLUME KEYSTONE CANCEL Operating the Menu Screens Press the MENU button. IMAGE Luminance Mode Normal Brightness The Menu screen is displayed. Contrast Factory Default Next Page...

  • Page 23

    Making the Desired Adjust/Set Press the MENU button to re- turn to the previous screen. Each time the MENU button is pressed, the 5-1 When there is a mark (to next display reverts one screen. screen) at the right of the item you wish to adjust Note •...

  • Page 24: Adjusting The Image

    Adjusting the IMAGE You can adjust, select and set up the following items on the IMAGE Menu. IMAGE IMAGE IMAGE Luminance Mode Normal Luminance Mode Normal Before Page Brightness Brightness Color Temp. Contrast Contrast Gain : Red Factory Default Sharpness Gain : Green Next Page Color...

  • Page 25

    Gain: Red You can adjust the strength of the red color. Press the adjustment button to make it stronger, and the button to Gain : Red : Adjust MENU : Return make it weaker. Gain: Green You can adjust the strength of the green color. Press the adjustment button to make it stronger, and the button to...

  • Page 26: Adjusting The Position

    Adjusting the POSITION You can adjust, select and set up the following items from the POSITION Menu. POSITION POSITION Horiz. Position Horiz. Position Vert. Position Vert. Position Pixel Tracking Factory Default Pixel Phase : Select ENTER : Next : Select ENTER : Next (RGB POSITION Menu) (VIDEO/COMPONENT POSITION Menu)

  • Page 27: Setting The Display

    Setting the DISPLAY You can select and set up the following items from the DISPLAY menu. DISPLAY DISPLAY Resizing Resizing INPUT1 Mode Analog Digital Language English Language English Video Standard AUTO Source Status Component Input Blank Screen Blue Black Source Status Blank Screen Blue Black...

  • Page 28: Setting The Installation

    Setting the INSTALLATION You can adjust and select the following items from the INSTALLATION Menu. INSTALLATION Auto Power Up Auto Manual Auto Lamp Off Remote Control Rear & Front Reverse Mode Normal : Select ENTER : Next Auto Power Up You can set whether or not the lamp comes on automatically when the power plug is inserted in the socket.

  • Page 29: Maintenance And Care

    Maintenance and Care About the ventilation holes • If the ventilation holes become blocked, the temperature inside the projector rises and the lamp will fail to light. Clean the ventilation holes about once every 6 months. Cleaning will be required more frequently if used in a particularly dusty environment.

  • Page 30: Changing The Lamp

    Changing the Lamp • When the lamp reaches the end of its service life, the image becomes dark and the colors lose their vividness. When this happens, change the lamp unit. • When the “Approaching Recommended Lamp Life!” message appears, change the lamp unit. •...

  • Page 31

    Loosen the two screws ( mark) Replace the lamp unit and lamp and lift out the lamp unit. cover following the disassembly The screws are not taken off from the lamp unit. procedures in reverse order. Be sure that the connector of the lamp unit is correctly connected and the lamp unit is firmly replaced.

  • Page 32: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Symptom Cause Reference Page No image or sound Power cable not plugged in properly. En-18 Wires not connected correctly. En-16 – 17 Incorrect setting of input selector. En-19 Brightness adjustment is set on minus (–). En-24 Incorrect arrangement of pins on cable used. En-34 No sound without image input.

  • Page 33: Specifications

    Specifications Name LCD projector Model LPF-4800, LPF-4800E Type 3 LCD panels type LCD size 0.9 inch LCD drive system P-Si TFT active matrix 2,359,296 (1024 × 768 pixels × 3) No. of pixels Lens Electric powered zoom lens F=1.8 – 2.1 f=36 –...

  • Page 34: Specifications

    Specifications (continued) RGB Input Terminal HD-15 (mini D-sub) Pin No. Signal Pin No. Signal Pin No. Signal Green Ground Horizontal synchro- Green Blue Ground nized signal / Blue component (TTL) Vertical synchronized Ground Ground signal (TTL) Red Ground En-34...

  • Page 35

    Table of RGB Compatible Frequencies Picture mode Frequency Picture mode Horizontal (dot) Vertical (line) Horizontal (kHz) Vertical (Hz) PCAT 31.5 70.0 PCAT 31.5 59.9 PCAT 37.5 75.0 PCAT 37.9 72.8 PCAT 43.3 85.0 PCAT SVGA 35.2 56.3 PCAT SVGA 37.9 60.3 PCAT SVGA...

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