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IMPORTANT
* DLP™ (Digital Light Processing) and DMD (Digital Micromirror Device) are registered trademarks of Texas Instru-
ments Incorporated (U.S.A.).
* VGA and XGA are trademarks or registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation (U.S.A.).
* S-VGA is a registered trademark of Video Electronics Standards Association.
* Microsoft, Windows, and PowerPoint are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation (U.S.A. and other countries).
* Macintosh is a trademark of Apple Computer Inc. (U.S.A.).
Note that even in the absence of explanatory notes, serious attention is paid to the trademarks of the various companies
and to the product trademarks.
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User’s Manual
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  • Page 1

    Digital Projector
    PX 5
    User’s Manual

    IMPORTANT
    * DLP™ (Digital Light Processing) and DMD (Digital Micromirror Device) are registered trademarks of Texas Instruments Incorporated (U.S.A.).
    * VGA and XGA are trademarks or registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation (U.S.A.).
    * S-VGA is a registered trademark of Video Electronics Standards Association.
    * Microsoft, Windows, and PowerPoint are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation (U.S.A. and other countries).
    * Macintosh is a trademark of Apple Computer Inc. (U.S.A.).
    Note that even in the absence of explanatory notes, serious attention is paid to the trademarks of the various companies
    and to the product trademarks.



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    DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
    This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions. (1) This device may
    not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
    cause undesired operation.
    U.S. Responsible Party:
    Address:
    Tel. No.:

    3M Austin Center
    Building A145-5N-01 6801 River Place Blvd.
    Austin, TX 78726-9000
    800-328-1371

    Type of Product:

    Projector

    Equipment Classification:

    Class B Peripheral

    Models:

    PX5

    We hereby declare that the equipment specified above
    conforms to the technical standards as specified in the FCC Rules.



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    IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
    Precautions
    Please read this manual carefully before using your 3M™ Digital Projector and keep the manual handy for future
    reference.

    CAUTION
    TO PREVENT SHOCK, DO NOT OPEN THE CABINET. NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER
    SERVICING TO QUALIFIED 3M SERVICE PERSONNEL.
    This symbol warns the user that uninsulated voltage within the unit may have sufficient magnitude
    to cause electric shock. Therefore, it is dangerous to make any kind of contact with any part inside
    of this unit.
    This symbol alerts the user that important literature concerning the operation and maintenance of
    this unit has been included. Therefore, it should be read carefully in order to avoid any problems.
    The above cautions are given on the bottom of the product.

    WARNING
    TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. DO NOT USE
    THIS UNIT’S GROUNDED PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION CORD OR IN AN OUTLET UNLESS ALL THREE
    PRONGS CAN BE FULLY INSERTED. DO NOT OPEN THE CABINET. THERE ARE HIGH-VOLTAGE COMPONENTS INSIDE. ALL SERVICING MUST BE DONE BY QUALIFIED 3M SERVICE PERSONNEL.
    Hg: Lamp in This Product Contains Mercury. Dispose of Lamp According to Local, State or Federal Law.

    RF Interference
    WARNING
    This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to
    Part 15 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 in a particular installation. If this
    equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
    following measures:
    • Reorientate or relocate the receiving antenna.
    • Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
    • Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
    • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

    DOC Compliance Notice
    This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.

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    IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION

    Important Safeguards
    These safety instructions are to ensure the long life of the unit and to prevent fire and shock. Please read them
    carefully and heed all warnings.

    Installation







    For best results, use the unit in a darkened room.
    Place the unit on a flat, level surface in a dry area away from dust and moisture.
    Do not place the unit in direct sunlight, near heaters or heat radiating appliances.
    Exposure to direct sunlight, smoke or steam can harm internal components.
    Handle the unit carefully. Dropping or jarring can damage internal components.
    Do not place heavy objects on top of the unit.

    Power Supply
    • The unit is designed to operate on a power supply of 100 - 240 V 50/60 Hz AC. Ensure that your power supply
    fits these requirements before attempting to use the unit.
    • Handle the power cable carefully and avoid excessive bending. A damaged cord can cause electric shock or
    fire.
    • Disconnect the power cable (main’s lead) from the power outlet after using the unit.
    Before disconnecting the power cable, make sure that the STANDBY indicator lights in amber (not blinking or
    in green).

    Cleaning
    • Disconnect the power cable (main’s lead) from the unit.
    • Clean the cabinet of the unit periodically with a damp cloth. If heavily soiled, use a mild detergent. Never use
    strong detergents or solvents such as alcohol or thinner.
    • Use a blower or lens paper to clean the lens, and be careful not to scratch or mar the lens.
    • Clean the ventilation slots and speaker grills on the unit periodically using a vacuum cleaner. If accumulated
    dust blocks the ventilation slots, the unit will overheat, which may cause the unit to malfunction.
    Use a soft brush attachment when using the vacuum cleaner. Do not use a hard attachment, such as a crevice
    tool, to prevent the damage to the unit.

    Lamp Replacement
    • Be sure to replace the lamp when the Status indicator comes on. If you continue to use the lamp after 2000
    hours of usage, the lamp will turn off.

    Fire and Shock Precautions
    • Ensure that there is sufficient ventilation and that vents are unobstructed to prevent the buildup of heat inside
    the unit. Allow at least 10 cm (4 inches) of space between the unit and walls.
    • Prevent foreign objects such as paper clips and bits of paper from falling into the unit. Do not attempt to retrieve
    any objects that fell into the unit. Do not insert any metal objects such as a wire or screwdriver into the unit. If
    something should fall into the unit, immediately disconnect the power cable from the unit and have the object
    removed by a qualified 3M™ service person.
    • Do not place any liquids on top of the unit.

    Carrying around
    When carrying the unit around, please use the storage case that comes with it and, to protect the lens from
    scratches, always shut the Iris Lens Cover. Also, do not subject the unit to strong mechanical shock.

    CAUTION – HOT!
    The area around the exhaust vents is hot during and immediately after image projection.
    To avoid burns, keep your hands away from this area.
    Wait until the exhaust vents area cools off before touching it.
    Do not look into the lens while the unit is on. Serious damage to your eyes could result.

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    Major Features
    Ⅵ Evolution of the Best Seller Mobile Projector
    The ease of use of this take anywhere, anytime, mobile projector has been improved and despite its small size and light
    weight, it produces a high brightness of 1300 lm and a high contrast ratio of 2000:1. The newly developed Iris Lens Cover and
    Auto Keystone permit speedy setup and projection, and after the presentation is finished, just switch off the power of the
    projector and the Quick Off function allows it to soon be moved to another location.

    Ⅵ DCM “Dual Color Mode”
    This next-generation small sized projector contains a “dual color mode” function, the world’s first for a small sized projector.
    The use of two color wheels permits optimum color combination to suit the scene, thereby greatly improving color reproduction.

    Ⅵ Sharp, clear picture
    The DLP™ display system affords RGB color fidelity and inconspicuous gaps between the individual dots, thereby permitting
    the display of small characters and diagrams with distinct clarity.

    Ⅵ High contrast ration of 2000:1
    Use of a new generation of DMD devices has given birth to an amazing 2000:1 high contrast ratio.
    By widening the difference of brightness between black and white, you can see a degree of sharpness that is greater than just
    the brightness based on specifications.

    Ⅵ Powerful functions for presentations
    A wide variety of easy-to-set functions have been built into the projector, from a digital keystone correction function (used
    when making settings) that corrects picture distortion, to an auto adjustment function that automatically identifies the PC
    signal.
    There is also a built-in “Presentation Timer” function for further presentation convenience.

    Ⅵ Security lock function
    The lock can be set so that a password must be input when the projector is started up. Without the correct password, no
    operations other than turning the power on and off can be performed. This function effectively protects the projector from
    unauthorized use.

    Ⅵ Eco-mode switch function for the lamp output
    Using the lamp Eco-mode will extend the life of the lamp and lower the power consumption.
    By switching the lamp mode to suit your operating environment, you will save on lamp cost as well as contribute to energy
    conservation and ecology.

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    Table of Contents
    IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION ................................................................................... E-2
    Major Features ....................................................................................................................... E-4
    Table of Contents ................................................................................................................... E-5
    Checking the Supplied Accessories .................................................................................... E-7
    Names of the Main Unit Parts ............................................................................................... E-8
    Names of the Remote Control Parts ................................................................................... E-10
    Preparing the Remote Control ............................................................................................ E-11
    Button Battery Replacement ..................................................................................... E-11
    Remote Control Range ............................................................................................. E-11
    The Procedure Up to Projecting to the Screen ................................................................. E-12
    Placement Guide .................................................................................................................. E-13
    Screen Size and Projection Distance ........................................................................ E-13
    Connecting Personal Computers and Video Equipment .................................................. E-14
    Connections with Personal Computer ....................................................................... E-14
    Connect the projector’s RBG connector using the included RGB signal cable. .. E-14
    To Output the External Output Signal of a Notebook Computer ......................... E-15
    Connections with Composite Signals ........................................................................ E-16
    Video Equipment with VIDEO Connectors .......................................................... E-16
    Video Equipment with S-VIDEO Connectors ...................................................... E-16
    Connections with Component Signals ....................................................................... E-17
    When the Video Equipment Has a YCbCr Connector or YPbPr Connector ........ E-17
    Connections with the AUDIO Jack ............................................................................ E-18
    Power Cable Connections and Switching the Power On/Off ........................................... E-19
    Operating ................................................................................................................... E-19
    Finishing .................................................................................................................... E-21
    Adjustment of the Projection Screen ................................................................................. E-22
    Adjustment of the Projection Screen ......................................................................... E-22
    Making Adjustments with the Adjusters .............................................................. E-23
    General Operation ................................................................................................................ E-24
    Input Selection .......................................................................................................... E-24
    Automatic Adjustment ............................................................................................... E-24
    Selection of Aspect Ratio .......................................................................................... E-25
    Freezing a Moving Picture ......................................................................................... E-26
    Cancelling Video and Audio Temporarily ................................................................... E-26
    Lamp Mode ............................................................................................................... E-26
    Selection of the Color Mode (DCM) .......................................................................... E-26
    Keystone Manual Adjustment .................................................................................... E-27
    Adjustment of the Volume .......................................................................................... E-27
    Enlargement of the Image and Video Movement ...................................................... E-28
    Using the Presentation Timer .................................................................................... E-29
    Protecting the Projector with the Security Lock ......................................................... E-30
    Using the Quick Menu ............................................................................................... E-32
    Menu Operation Method ...................................................................................................... E-33
    Performing Menu Operations .................................................................................... E-35
    List of Item Names Offering Input Selection and Adjustments/Settings .................... E-38
    Image ..................................................................................................................................... E-40
    Brightness / Contrast / Color / Tint / Sharpness ........................................................ E-40
    Picture Adj. / Fine Picture / H Position / V Position .................................................... E-40
    Reset ......................................................................................................................... E-41
    Color ...................................................................................................................................... E-42
    Dual Color Mode ....................................................................................................... E-42
    Gamma ..................................................................................................................... E-42
    Color Temp. ............................................................................................................... E-43
    White ......................................................................................................................... E-43
    Color Space .............................................................................................................. E-43
    White Balance ........................................................................................................... E-44

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    Table of Contents
    View .......................................................................................................................................
    Aspect .......................................................................................................................
    Filter ..........................................................................................................................
    Vertical Flip / Horizontal Flip ......................................................................................
    Keystone ....................................................................................................................
    Auto Keystone ...........................................................................................................
    Setup .....................................................................................................................................
    Auto Source ...............................................................................................................
    Auto Power Off ..........................................................................................................
    Menu Position ............................................................................................................
    Lamp Mode ...............................................................................................................
    Input Format ..............................................................................................................
    Presentation Timer ....................................................................................................
    Volume ......................................................................................................................
    Option ...................................................................................................................................
    Language ..................................................................................................................
    On Screen .................................................................................................................
    Background ...............................................................................................................
    Startup Screen ..........................................................................................................
    Security Lock .............................................................................................................
    Info. ........................................................................................................................................
    Status ........................................................................................................................
    Factory Default ..........................................................................................................
    Lamp Timer Reset .....................................................................................................
    Resolution / Frequency .............................................................................................
    Lamp Timer ...............................................................................................................
    When an Indicator is Lit or Flashing ..................................................................................
    Troubleshooting ...................................................................................................................
    Cleaning ................................................................................................................................
    Replacing the Lamp Cartridge ............................................................................................
    Specifications .......................................................................................................................
    Table of Supported Frequency ...........................................................................................
    Cabinet Dimensions ............................................................................................................

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    Checking the Supplied Accessories
    Remove the main unit and the accessories from the box and check that the following items are included.
    Carrying case (for projector and accessories) [1]
    This is a case designed for storing the projector and its accessories.
    Use this carrying case when storing or moving the projector.

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    (includes one button battery) [1]
    This controls the projector. Please remove the transportation
    insulation sheet at time of purchase. (See Page E-11.)

    Power cable (1.8 m / 5.9 feet) [1]
    This power cable supplies power to the unit. See Page E-19
    about connections.

    HOW TO PUT THE PROJECTOR INTO THE STORAGE CASE
    Close the lens cover of the projector and then put the projector into the case.
    Put the remote control into the small inside pocket and the
    supplied cable into the outside pocket.
    Small inside
    pocket

    Outside pocket

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    (Mini D-sub 15-pin, 2 m / 6.6 feet) [1]
    This is used in making connections with a personal computer.
    See Page E-14 about connections.
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    User’s Manual (Simplified Edition) [1]
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    Product Safety Guide [1]

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    Ferrite cores [2]
    These ferrite cores are attached to video cables and audio
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    Names of the Main Unit Parts

    Speaker

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    Built-in security slot
    (See description below.)
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    Remote control
    sensor [E-11]

    Focus ring [E-23]
    Lens
    Adjuster button [E-23]
    (Also on opposite side)

    Lens cover

    Lamp cover [E-58]
    Rear adjuster [E-23]

    Ventilation slots

    Front adjusters [E-23]

    Built-in Security Slot
    This security slot supports the MicroSaver Security System manufactured by
    Kensington Microware Inc.

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    Names of the Main Unit Parts

    STANDBY indicator [E-19, 54]

    Buttons used in menu and
    quick menu operations
    [E-32, 33]

    STATUS indicator [E-19, 54]
    STATUS

    STANDBY

    Keystone Manual Adjustment
    button [E-27]

    MENU button [E-33]

    AUTO

    SOURCE

    STANDBY button [E-19]

    SELECT (̆̄̇̈) buttons
    AUTO button [E-24]

    MENU

    DCM

    ENTER button [E-20]

    DCM button [E-26]

    SOURCE button [E-24]

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    Remote control sensor [E-11]

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    VIDEO connector [E-16]

    AUDIO

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    VIDEO

    S-VIDEO connector [E-16]
    RGB connector [E-14, 17]
    AUDIO connector [E-18]

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    Infrared transmitter [E-11]

    STANDBY button [E-19, 21]
    This button is used to switch ON
    the power and set the unit to the
    STANDBY mode.

    Buttons used for input selection
    [E-24]
    RGB button and VIDEO button
    (Video / S-Video)

    MUTE button [E-26]
    (Temporarily cancels the video and
    audio)
    Number buttons [E-30]
    (Used for the security lock.)

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    Buttons used for menu operations
    [E-33]
    and
    buttons are
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    the select (̆, ̄, ̇ and ̈) buttons.
    STANDBY

    MENU

    VIDEO

    QUICK button [E-32]
    (Displays a simplified menu)

    ENTER

    RGB

    CANCEL

    QUICK

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    MUTE

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    ECO button [E-26]
    (Selection of lamp mode)
    AUTO button [E-24]
    (Automatic adjustment of the RGB
    moving image)

    ASPECT

    FREEZE button [E-26]
    (Freezes moving pictures)

    VOL

    KSTN

    ZOOM

    VOL button [E-27]
    (Volume adjustment)

    TIMER

    ASPECT button [E-25]
    (Selects the vertical and horizontal
    ratio of the screen)
    TIMER button [E-29]
    (Presentation timer time setting
    display)

    KSTN button [E-27]
    (Keystone correction adjustment)

    ZOOM button [E-28]
    (Digital zoom adjustment)

    Precautions
    Handling of the Remote Control
    * Do not drop the remote control or handle it inappropriately.
    * Do not expose the remote control to water or other liquids. Should the remote control become wet, wipe it dry
    immediately.
    * Try to avoid use in hot and/or humid locations.
    * Please keep button battery out of the reach of children. If a battery is swallowed, promptly obtain the medical care of
    a doctor.
    * Remove the battery from the remote control when it is not going to be used for a long period.
    * Some operations (such as menu operations) are available only through the use of the remote control and attention
    should be given to its careful handling.

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    Preparing the Remote Control
    Button Battery Replacement
    Using the remote control for the first time
    The battery compartment is fitted with a transportation insulation sheet at the time of shipping. Pull
    out the sheet and remove it. The remote control is now ready for use.

    Replacement Method
    With the knob pressed to
    the old battery and inthe battery holder into the re1 (A)
    2 Remove
    3 Insert
    the right side, (B) draw out the
    stall a new button battery with (+)
    mote control and push in until the
    side facing upward in the battery
    holder.

    battery holder closes with a “click”
    sound.

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    battery case.

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    Purchase a CR2025 type battery for replacement.

    CAUTION
    Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
    Replace only with the same or equivalent type (CR2025) recommended by the manufacturer.
    Dispose of used batteries according to your local regulations.
    CAUTION
    DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS.

    Remote Control Range
    Point the infrared transmitter of the remote control toward the remote control sensor located at the front or rear of the main unit
    and operate.
    Reception of the remote control signal should generally be possible within the range illustrated below.
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    Remote control infrared transmitter

    7m/23.0 feet

    Remote control sensor
    Top View

    Note
    * Exposure of the main unit’s remote control sensor or the remote control infrared transmitter to bright light or the obstruction of the signal
    by an obstacle located in the pathway may prevent operation.
    * The remote control will not function when the battery is exhausted.

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    The Procedure Up to Projecting to the Screen
    Perform setup adjustments in the following order.

    1 Position the projector
    Determine the locations to set up the screen and the projector.
    See “Placement Guide” on Page E-13.

    2 Connect the video equipment and personal computer
    Connect your equipment to the projector.
    When making connections with the personal computer’s RGB connector, see “Connections with
    Personal Computer” on Page E-14.
    When making connections with the video equipment’s video connector or an S-video connector,
    see “Connections with Composite Signals” on Page E-16.
    When making connections with the video equipment’s YCbCr connector or YPbPr connector,
    see “Connections with Component Signals” on Page E-17.
    When playing the audio through the built-in speaker of the projector, see “Connections with the
    AUDIO Jack” on Page E-18.

    3 Connect the power cable and open the lens cover.
    See “Operating” on Page E-19.
    See “Finishing” on Page E-21.

    4 When selecting the language of menu displays, etc.
    (Only when the power is first switched on following purchase)
    See “When [Menu Language Select] is Displayed Upon Switching On the Power” on Page E-20.

    5 Switching on the power of the personal computer and video equipment
    6 Properly adjust the projection image to the screen
    See “Adjustment of the Projection Screen” on Page E-22.

    7 Selecting input equipment
    See “Input Selection” on Page E-24.

    8 Adjust the screen or video image
    Adjust the image to the optimum condition as required.
    See the Table of Contents for the adjustment items.

    About DLP projectors
    Though careful attention is paid to providing optimum quality, please note that with DLP type projectors, in rare cases there may
    be black spots or bright spots among the picture elements.

    Note:
    * Please purchase a screen.
    * A component cable (No.78-8118-8843-3), which is available separately, is required to connect a DVD player or other equipment with
    YCbCr connectors.
    * A component cable (No.78-8118-8843-3), which is available separately, is required to connect high definition (HD) video equipment or
    other equipment with YPbPr connectors.

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    Placement Guide
    • Use this information as a guide to find out about the screen size when the projector is placed at a certain location, or
    to find out the approximate size of a screen that will be required.
    • The projection distance over which focussing is adjustable is 1.20 m (3.9 feet) to 14.17 m (46.50 feet). The projector
    should be placed within this range.

    Screen Size and Projection Distance
    Screen Size Designation (Inches)
    30

    0"

    Height from center of
    lens to top edge of
    the projection

    25

    0"

    20

    0"

    18

    0"

    Height from center of
    lens to bottom edge
    of the projection

    15

    0"

    12

    0"
    h2

    100

    "

    h1

    80

    "

    Unit: m (feet)

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    Lens surface of
    the main unit

    Screen Size
    Designation (Inches)

    Screen Size Width x Height

    Projection Distance

    (m)

    (feet)

    26"

    0.53 ‫ ן‬0.40

    1.73 ‫ ן‬1.30

    — – 1.20

    40"

    0.81 ‫ ן‬0.61

    2.67 ‫ ן‬2.00

    1.54 – 1.85

    60"

    1.22 ‫ ן‬0.91

    4.00 ‫ ן‬3.00

    2.33 – 2.80

    80"

    1.63 ‫ ן‬1.22

    100"

    (m)

    (feet)

    Wide – Tele

    Wide – Tele

    Height h1

    Height h2

    (m)

    (feet)

    (m)

    (feet)

    — – 3.94

    0.47

    1.52

    0.07

    0.22

    5.04 – 6.08

    0.71

    2.34

    0.10

    0.34

    7.64 – 9.19

    1.07

    3.51

    0.16

    0.51

    5.33 ‫ ן‬4.00

    3.12 – 3.75 10.23 – 12.30

    1.43

    4.68

    0.21

    0.68

    2.03 ‫ ן‬1.52

    6.67 ‫ ן‬5.00

    3.91 – 4.70 12.82 – 15.41

    1.78

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    0.26

    0.85

    120"

    2.44 ‫ ן‬1.83

    8.00 ‫ ן‬6.00

    4.70 – 5.64 15.42 – 18.52

    2.14

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    0.31

    1.02

    150"

    3.05 ‫ ן‬2.29 10.00 ‫ ן‬7.50

    5.89 – 7.07 19.31 – 23.18

    2.68

    8.78

    0.39

    1.28

    180"

    3.66 ‫ ן‬2.74 12.00 ‫ ן‬9.00

    7.07 – 8.49 23.20 – 27.84

    3.21

    10.53

    0.47

    1.53

    200"

    4.06 ‫ ן‬3.05 13.33 ‫ ן‬10.00

    7.86 – 9.44 25.79 – 30.95

    3.57

    11.70

    0.52

    1.70

    250"

    5.08 ‫ ן‬3.81 16.67 ‫ ן‬12.50

    9.84 –11.81 32.28 – 38.73

    4.46

    14.63

    0.65

    2.13

    300"

    6.10 ‫ ן‬4.57 20.00 ‫ ן‬15.00 11.81 –14.17 38.76 – 46.50

    5.35

    17.55

    0.78

    2.55

    * There is a tolerance of ±5% due to design values.
    * This table uses the lens apex and lens center as references and requires that the projector be in a
    horizontal condition (with front and rear adjusters fully withdrawn).

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    Connecting Personal Computers and Video Equipment
    Connecting this unit with a personal computer permits presentation data to be projected as a large screen display at
    conferences, lectures, and on other occasions. Furthermore, connecting this unit to a DVD player or other video equipment source in combination with an audio/video amplifier and speaker system will allow you to enjoy convincing home
    theater.

    Connections with Personal Computer
    Please check the following before making connections with the personal computer.
    • A suitable resolution for this projector is 1024 ‫ ן‬768 dots (XGA). The maximum displayable resolution is 1280 ‫ ן‬1024 dots (SXGA).
    Make changes to a displayable resolution at the personal computer side. Please check with “Table of Supported Frequency” on
    Page E-61.
    • The setting method for the personal computer will differ depending on the specific model. Please read the personal computer
    instruction manual or the on-line help information, or contact the manufacturer of your personal computer.

    Connect the projector’s RBG connector using the included RGB signal cable.



    When making connections with the RGB connector of the projector, please make the connection via the supplied RGB signal
    cable.
    The projector has been set to “Auto” at the factory; however, if it does not project, please change the input setting to “RGB”
    using the menu sequence of [Setup] → [Input Format] → [RGB].
    See “Input Format” on Page E-49.

    MONITOR OUT

    Personal
    computer

    RGB signal cable (Supplied item)

    Note:
    * Before making connections, check the power of the projector and the equipment to be connected is switched off.
    * When projection will be with a notebook computer connected, knowledge will be required for the cable connection and notebook computer
    startup procedure as well as the operation that follows startup. Please consult the instruction manual of your notebook computer or the online help.

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    Connecting Personal Computers and Video Equipment

    To Output the External Output Signal of a Notebook Computer
    When projection will be with a notebook computer connected, knowledge will be required for the cable connection and notebook
    computer startup procedure as well as the operation that follows notebook startup. Please consult the instruction manual of your
    notebook computer or the on-line help while performing the following procedure.
    whether a signal is being sent from the notebook computer to the projector.
    1 Check
    An indication appearing on the liquid crystal display of the notebook computer does not necessarily mean that an external
    output signal is being output.
    REFERENCE: When “Resolution” or “Frequency” is not displayed under “Info.” on the menu of the projector, this means that
    the external output signal is not being output from the personal computer. See “Resolution/Frequency” on Page E-53.

    a sign not be output from the notebook computer, please try the operation described below.
    2 Should
    For an IBM PC/AT compatible computer, press the [Fn] key plus any one of the [F1] to [F10] keys. (See the table below.)

    Manufacturer
    Model
    Key
    DELL
    All computers
    Fn + F8
    EPSON
    All computers
    Fn + F8
    FUJITSU
    All computers
    Fn + F10
    iiyama
    All computers
    Fn + F3
    IBM
    All computers
    Fn + F7
    NEC
    All computers
    Fn + F3
    Panasonic
    All computers
    Fn + F3
    SHARP
    All computers
    Fn + F5
    SONY
    All computers
    Fn + F7
    SOTEC
    All computers
    Fn + F3–F5
    TOSHIBA
    All computers
    Fn + F5
    Victor
    All computers
    Fn + F10
    Note: Table information is current to December 2003.

    Note:
    When the liquid crystal display of the notebook computer and the projector are displayed at the same time, the projected image might not be
    correct even though the liquid crystal display shows a correct indication. Should this occur, stop the simultaneous display of the notebook
    computer and try the mode with external output only. Try an operation such as that described in aforementioned Step 2 and try closing the
    liquid crystal panel which might result in external output only.

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    Connecting Personal Computers and Video Equipment

    Connections with Composite Signals
    Video Equipment with VIDEO Connectors
    • Connect to the projector’s VIDEO connector using a commercially available video cable. Please attach the supplied ferrite core
    to the video cable as described below.
    • The input setting of the VIDEO connector has been set to “Auto” at the factory; however, if the projector does not project, please
    change the input setting to “Your Country’s Television Broadcast System” using the menu sequence of [Setup] → [Input Format]
    → [Video].
    See “Input Format” on Page E-49.

    Video Equipment with S-VIDEO Connectors
    • Connect to the projector’s S-VIDEO connector using a commercially available S-Video cable.
    • The input setting of the S-VIDEO connector has been set to “Auto” at the factory; however, if the projector does not project,
    please change the input setting to “Your Country’s Television Broadcast System” using the menu sequence of [Setup] → [Input
    format] → [S-Video].
    See “Input Format” on Page E-49.

    Video deck, DVD player, document
    camera, etc.

    VIDEO

    Ferrite core (Supplied item)

    Video cable (RCA pin plug)
    (Commercially available)

    S-Video cable (Mini DIN 4-pin plug)
    (Commercially available)

    Mounting the Ferrite Core
    Open the ferrite core, loop the cable through it, then close.

    Ferrite core

    Cable

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    Connecting Personal Computers and Video Equipment

    Connections with Component Signals
    When the Video Equipment Has a YCbCr Connector or YPbPr Connector
    • The projector has been set to “Auto” at the factory; however, if it does not project, please change the input setting to “Component” using the menu sequence of [Setup] → [Input Format] → [RGB].
    See “Input Format” on Page E-49.
    • When projecting the YCbCr signal or YPbPr signal, if the color of the overall image strongly leans toward being greenish or
    another color, change the setting under the menu of [Color] → [Color Space].
    See “Color Space” on Page E-43.

    Component cable (Available as an option)
    (Mini D-sub 15-pin to RCA‫ן‬3)
    (No.78-8118-8843-3)
    Green
    Blue
    Red

    Y
    Cb
    Cr
    COMPONENT

    COMPONENT
    Y
    Pb
    Pr

    Green

    Component cable (Available as an option)
    (Mini D-sub 15-pin to RCA‫ן‬3)
    (No.78-8118-8843-3)

    Blue
    Red

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    Connecting Personal Computers and Video Equipment

    Connections with the AUDIO Jack
    * Connect to the projector’s AUDIO jack using a commercially available audio cable. If the other device has an RCA phono type
    audio jack, connect via a commercially available audio converter cable. Please attach the supplied ferrite core to the audio
    cable as described below.
    * The built-in speaker of the projector provides monaural audio. To enjoy convincing audio reproduction, please connect the
    audio output of the video equipment to your audio system.
    * The built-in speaker outputs the audio of the equipment connected to the AUDIO jack.

    Audio cable (Mini plug)
    (Commercially available)

    White

    AUDIO OUT
    L

    Audio conversion cable
    (Mini-jack/ RCA pin plug)
    (Commercially available)

    Ferrite core (Supplied item)

    Ferrite core (Supplied item)

    Audio cable (Mini plug)
    (Commercially available)

    Mounting the Ferrite Core
    Open the ferrite core, loop the cable through it, then close.

    Ferrite core

    Cable

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    Power Cable Connections and Switching the Power On/Off
    There is an order in which the power cable is connected and the power is switched on/off.

    Operating

    1 Connect the AC IN connector of the projector and the power outlet using the supplied power cable.
    The STANDBY indicator will light in amber, and the unit will enter the standby mode.
    To wall outlet
    STATUS

    STANDBY
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    2 ቢ Turn the lens cover clockwise.

    ባ When the lens cover stops with a click, the
    projector is ready for projection.
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    Press the STANDBY button.
    STATUS

    STANDBY

    MENU

    STANDBY
    ENTER

    RGB

    (button on main unit)

    VIDEO

    CANCEL

    QUICK

    Q

    The first time the power is switched on after purchase, [Menu
    Language Select] will be displayed. See Page E-20 for information about language selection.
    • When the power is turned on, the STANDBY indicator starts flashing green, then stops flashing after about 60 seconds. If the STATUS
    indicator lights green at this time, the lamp mode is set to “Eco”.
    See E-26 and 48 for instructions on selecting.
    • If the power does not come on, see “When the STATUS Indicator is
    Lit or Flashing” on Page E-54.

    This indicator is also lit green in Eco-mode.

    STATUS

    STANDBY

    Lit amber

    STATUS

    STANDBY

    Flashing green
    (Approximately 60
    seconds)

    STATUS

    STANDBY

    Lit green
    Power is on

    If the “Password” input window is displayed: See E-31.
    A password is set for this projector.
    The projector cannot be used unless the correct password is input.
    To turn off the power: See E-21.

    The projector is now capable of regular projection.
    Note:
    The image can be muted quickly by closing the lens cover while the image
    is being projected.

    4 Switch on the power of the connected equipment
    Note:
    • When the power plug will be unplugged from the power outlet, please place the projector near the power outlet so that it may be reached
    easily.
    • Press the STANDBY button after the STANDBY indicator is lit in amber.
    • The included power cable is exclusively for use with the PX5. Never use it with other products.

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    Power Cable Connections and Switching the Power On/Off

    When [Menu Language Select] is Displayed Upon Switching On the Power
    The first time the power is switched on after purchase, [Menu Language Select] will be displayed. Follow the procedure described below and select the display language of the projector.
    If the image is blurred, turn the focus ring counterclockwise or clockwise to focus it. See Page E-22.

    Cursor

    1 Press the SELECT (̆̄) buttons of the Remote control and align the deep blue cursor with [English].

    STANDBY

    MENU

    ENTER

    RGB

    VIDEO

    CANCEL

    QUICK

    Q

    FREEZE

    MUTE

    ECO

    1

    2

    3

    AUTO

    4
    ASPECT

    VOL

    KSTN

    ZOOM

    TIMER

    2 Press the ENTER button to set.
    This will set the language and [Menu Language Select] will close.

    STANDBY

    MENU

    ENTER

    RGB

    VIDEO

    CANCEL

    QUICK

    Q

    FREEZE

    MUTE

    ECO

    1

    2

    3

    AUTO

    4
    ASPECT

    VOL

    KSTN

    ZOOM

    TIMER

    This completes the selection of the display language.

    Caution:
    [Menu Language Select] will not appear the next time the power is switched on.
    Should a change of language become necessary, see “Language” on Page E-50.

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    Power Cable Connections and Switching the Power On/Off

    Finishing

    1 Switch off the power of the connected equipment

    2 Switch off the power of the projector
    Press the STANDBY button.

    STANDBY

    MENU

    ENTER

    RGB

    STATUS

    STANDBY
    CANCEL

    VIDEO

    QUICK

    Q

    (button on main unit)
    FREEZE

    MUTE

    ECO

    1

    2

    3

    The [Power Off] display appears.
    When the level gauge reaches maximum, the projection screen
    will go off (in about 5 seconds) and the projector will enter the
    power-off operation.

    AUTO

    4
    ASPECT

    Note:
    * The operation can be cancelled by pressing a button other than the
    STANDBY button.
    * One more press of the STANDBY button will switch off the power.
    Power Off
    OK ?

    The STANDBY indicator changes to flashing amber and lights a
    steady amber after about 90 seconds (when the unit enters the
    standby mode).

    STATUS

    STANDBY

    Lit green

    STATUS

    STANDBY

    STATUS

    Flashing amber
    (Approximately 90
    seconds)

    STANDBY

    Lit amber
    Standby mode

    3 Unplug the power cable
    Check that the STANDBY indicator is lit in amber and then
    unplug the power cable.
    The STANDBY indicator will go off when the power cable is unplugged.

    4 ቢ Turn the lens cover counterclockwise until it stops.
    ባ The lens cover will stop with a click.

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    Unplug & Go function
    When the power cord is unplugged directly after the power is turned off, the internal power supply is used to keep the cooling
    fan turning and cool the lamp, so the projector can be moved immediately.
    • It may be more difficult to turn the lamp back on if it has been cooled with the power cord unplugged.
    • Do not place the projector in a bag, etc., while the cooling fan is turning.

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    Adjustment of the Projection Screen
    Switch on the power of the connected equipment and make the adjustments with the video signal being input to the
    projector.

    Adjustment of the Projection Screen

    1 Turn the zoom ring to adjust the screen size of the projection image.

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    Adjust the image to match the desired screen size. When outside of the adjustment range, move the projector to the rear or
    forward.
    Zoom ring

    CLOZ E

    2 Adjust the projection image to the screen.
    Check that the screen is set level and vertically.

    (5)

    (2)
    (3)
    (1)

    (4)

    (3)

    (4)

    (1) If the image is shifted to the left or right, move the main unit horizontally. (Align the center of the screen and the center of
    the projector lens.)
    (2) If the image is shifted vertically, move the image up or down with the adjuster. See “Making Adjustments with the Adjusters” on Page E-23.
    (3) If the image is slanted, adjust by turning the right or left adjuster. See “Making Adjustments with the Adjusters” on Page
    E-23.
    (4) A projection image such as that illustrated in the diagram is the result of the projector not being perpendicular to the
    screen. Set the projector so that it is pointing straight toward the screen.
    (5) The vertical keystone distortion of the projection screen will be corrected automatically. (Auto Keystone Function)
    • An automatic adjustment will be made approximately 2 seconds after the projection angle has been fixed. When the
    adjustment is completed, the [Auto Keystone Complete] message will be displayed for about 1.5 seconds.
    To make fine adjustments after the automatic adjustment, see “Keystone Manual Adjustment” on Page E-27.

    Auto Keystone Function
    Keystone distortion arises when the projector is on a slant in the vertical orientation. This projector has an “Auto Keystone”
    function that detects the vertical slanting and corrects it automatically.
    This function is disabled when [Auto Keystone] of the on-screen menu is set to “OFF”. See “Auto Keystone” on Page E-46.
    Conditions for Automatic Correction
    • Automatic correction will operate in the range of 2 to 12 degrees in the upward direction, and 2 to 18 degrees in the downward
    direction.
    • Correction is performed only while the image is being projected.

    Note:
    Correction might not be possible when the screen surface is on a slant, or when the ambient temperature of the projector is extremely high
    or low.

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    Adjustment of the Projection Screen

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    CLOZ E

    Focus ring

    Making Adjustments with the Adjusters

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    Raising the projection image
    While viewing the projection image, (1) press and hold
    the front adjuster buttons located at the left and right and,
    (2) raise the projector to align the image with the screen,
    then release your fingers.
    Turn the left and right front adjusters for fine adjustment.
    Adjust so that there is no shaking of the projector.

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    Adjuster button

    Lowering the projection image
    Lower the front adjusters using the operation described
    above.
    To lower the projection screen further, raise the rear adjuster. Fine adjustments are made by turning the left and
    right front adjusters. Make adjustments so that there is
    no rattling.

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    Note:
    When the projector has a rear installation is used, the orientation of the projection will need to be changed.
    Please see “Vertical Flip / Horizontal Flip” on Page E-46.

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    General Operation
    This section describes the use of direct operation with the main unit or remote control buttons.
    For information about operation using the menu, see “Menu Operation Method” on Page E-33 and the various items on
    Pages E-40 to E-53.

    Input Selection

    When Auto Source is On
    Whenever the SOURCE button is pressed, the projector automatically selects
    another source that has the next input signal.

    AUTO

    Main unit operation: Press the SOURCE button.
    (It will not function while the menu or the quick menu is displayed.)

    SOURCE

    This operation selects the input signal to be projected.

    When Auto Source is Off
    The input selection condition used last time will be set.
    Each press of the button moves the selection one step in the sequence of RGB →
    Video → S-Video. Note that the various input signals will become the signal type
    set with [Input Format] See “Input Format” on page E-49.
    Remote control operation: Press the desired input selection button.
    RGB button ........ Switches the RGB input.
    VIDEO button ..... The input switches between Video and S-Video each time the button is
    pressed.

    STANDBY

    MENU

    ENTER

    RGB

    VIDEO

    CANCEL

    QUICK

    Q

    When Auto Source is On
    When an input signal is not present at the selected source, the projector automatically selects the next source that has an input signal.

    FREEZE

    MUTE

    ECO

    1

    2

    3

    AUTO

    4
    ASPECT

    VOL

    KSTN

    ZOOM

    TIMER

    When Auto Source is Off
    The projector switches to the selected source regardless of whether an input signal is present.

    Note:
    * When you do not operate source selection, the projector will assume the input selection condition that was previously used.
    * See “Auto Source” on Page E-47 for information about the Auto Source on and off
    conditions.

    Automatic Adjustment

    Note:
    * If the display position is shifted, vertical lines appear on the picture, or the projection
    is not good even after using automatic adjustment, please perform image adjustment
    manually. See “Picture Adj. / Fine Picture / H Position / V Position” on Page E-40.
    * When the image extends beyond the boundaries of the screen or is smaller than the
    screen, set Aspect to “Auto”. See “Selection of Aspect Ratio” on Page E-25 and “Aspect” on Page E-45.

    AUTO

    Main unit operation/Remote control operation: Press the AUTO button.
    (This will not function while the menu or the quick menu is displayed.)
    A press of the AUTO button starts the automatic adjustment.

    SOURCE

    This function automatically adjusts the position shift, screen size, vertical stripes,
    and color infidelity of the projected analog RGB input signal.
    Normally automatic adjustment is performed at the time of signal selection.

    STANDBY

    MENU

    ENTER

    RGB

    VIDEO

    CANCEL

    QUICK

    Q

    FREEZE

    MUTE

    ECO

    1

    2

    3

    AUTO

    4
    ASPECT

    VOL

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    General Operation

    Selection of Aspect Ratio
    This function selects horizontal and vertical picture proportions of the input
    signal.

    STANDBY

    MENU

    ENTER

    RGB

    Press the ASPECT button while viewing the projected image and select the
    aspect ratio.

    VIDEO

    CANCEL

    QUICK

    Q

    Personal Computer Signal
    Each press of the ASPECT button advances the selection one step in the sequence of Auto → Direct → Real, and then repeats.

    FREEZE

    MUTE

    ECO

    1

    2

    3

    AUTO

    4
    ASPECT

    VOL

    KSTN

    ZOOM

    TIMER

    Auto ............ Automatically enlarges or reduces the image to project a full screen in a ratio
    of 4:3
    Direct .......... Maintains the aspect ratio and projects a picture of the maximum displayable
    size
    Real ............ Projects the input signal without pixel conversion.
    Input Signal

    Auto

    Direct

    Real

    The setting is higher
    than the display resolution of the projector.

    The setting is lower
    than the display resolution of the projector.

    Video Signals / Component Signals
    Each press of the ASPECT button advances the selection one step in the sequence of Auto → Wide → Zoom, and then repeats.
    Auto ............ While maintaining the aspect ratio, projects a full screen so that no portions extend beyond the boundaries of the screen. The top
    and bottom of the 16:9 image becomes black.
    Wide ........... Projects to fill the full width with the entire image at 16:9.
    (This feature is used to project a squeezed image in a proper aspect ratio.)
    Zoom .......... Projects only the 4:3 portion within 16:9 image to fill the screen.
    (Portion that extend off screen is cut.)
    Aspect ratio selection

    Auto

    Wide

    Zoom

    4:3 screen

    16:9 screen

    Note:
    When selection has been made for the “Real” setting of the personal computer signal (i.e., when the input signal and the projector display
    resolution are high) and the “Zoom” setting of the video signal, pressing the SELECT (̆̄̇̈) buttons on the remote control will permit
    movement of the display position. Note that there will not be any movement when the menu or the quick menu is displayed.

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    General Operation

    Freezing a Moving Picture
    This function is used to stop and view a moving picture. Note that the input
    image continues to advance even though the picture there is a still picture
    condition.

    FREEZE

    MUTE

    ECO

    1

    2

    3

    AUTO

    4
    ASPECT

    VOL

    KSTN

    ZOOM

    FREEZE

    MUTE

    ECO

    1

    2

    3

    TIMER

    A press of the FREEZE button changes the screen to a still picture. A
    further press returns the screen to a moving picture.

    Cancelling Video and Audio Temporarily
    This function is used to cancel the video and audio at the same time.
    A press of the MUTE button will blank the picture and the sound, and
    the screen will take on the background color that has been set.
    Another press will cause a return to the original conditions.

    AUTO

    4
    ASPECT

    VOL

    KSTN

    ZOOM

    TIMER

    Lamp Mode
    Use this if the picture is projected on a small screen and the picture
    is too bright or when projecting images in dark rooms.
    Pressing the ECO button will set the lamp mode.

    STATUS indicator

    STATUS

    STANDBY

    Eco (STATUS indicator is lit green)
    The lamp’s brightness is reduced to approximately 80%, extending the
    lamp’s service life.
    Normal (STATUS indicator is off)
    The lamp brightness is set to 100% and the screen is bright.

    Note:
    Frequent switching this mode can degrade the lamp.

    MENU

    DCM

    FREEZE

    MUTE

    ECO

    1

    2

    3

    AUTO

    4
    ASPECT

    VOL

    KSTN

    ZOOM

    TIMER

    Selection of the Color Mode (DCM)
    Select the preset color mode.

    STATUS

    STANDBY

    Pressing the DCM button of the projector switches the color mode.
    Each time the DCM button is pressed, the screen will be black for approximately 3 seconds and then a message indicating the switched color mode
    will be displayed for approximately 1.5 seconds.
    Dynamic ..... Select this to prioritize brightness.
    Vivid ........... Select this to prioritize color.

    MENU

    DCM

    DCM button

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    General Operation

    Keystone Manual Adjustment

    Adjustment Method
    (1) Press the (̆̄) buttons of the projector, or the (̆̄) KSTN buttons of the remote control and set the left and right sides so that
    they are parallel.
    The keystone adjustment display appears when one of the buttons is
    pressed.

    AUTO

    SOURCE

    Use this to adjust for trapezoidal (keystone) distortion of the projected image. The projector has both an automatic and a manual keystone adjustment function. The manual adjustment will be described
    here.

    (Projector button)

    STANDBY

    MENU

    ENTER

    RGB

    VIDEO

    QUICK

    CANCEL

    Q

    (2)
    Press the ̄ button.

    Press the ̆ button.

    FREEZE

    MUTE

    ECO

    1

    2

    3

    AUTO

    4
    ASPECT

    VOL

    KSTN

    ZOOM

    TIMER

    (1)
    (2) To exit the display immediately, press the CANCEL button of the
    remote control.
    The display will close when there has not been an operation in about
    10 seconds.

    Note:
    * Screen examples have been drawn in an exaggerated style for the purpose of description.
    * Please note that depending on the projected picture and the projection conditions, it may not be possible to eliminate keystone distortion
    completely.
    * When the Auto Keystone function is OFF, the keystone adjustment settings will be maintained even when the power has been turned off.
    * See “Adjustment of the Projection Screen” on Page E-22 for information about the Auto Keystone function.
    See “Auto Keystone” on Page E-46 for information about turning Auto Keystone ON and OFF.
    Also see “Keystone” on Page E-46 for information about making manual adjustments using the on-screen menu.

    Adjustment of the Volume
    This function adjusts the volume of the built-in speaker.
    STANDBY

    (1) Press the ̆ or ̄ VOL button to adjust the volume.
    The volume adjustment display appears when one of the buttons is
    pressed.

    MENU

    ENTER

    RGB

    VIDEO

    QUICK

    CANCEL

    Q

    (2)
    FREEZE

    MUTE

    ECO

    AUTO

    1

    2

    3

    4

    VOL

    KSTN

    ZOOM

    ASPECT

    The ̆ button increases the volume and the ̄ button decreases the
    volume.
    (2) Press the CANCEL button to immediately close the display.
    The display will close when there has not been an operation in about
    10 seconds.

    Note:
    * Adjustment of the volume will not produce any sound unless an image is
    being projected.

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    General Operation

    Enlargement of the Image and Video Movement
    This function digitally enlarges the personal computer image and video
    image.

    STANDBY

    MENU

    ENTER

    RGB

    (1) Press the ZOOM button to enlarge the image.
    The zoom display appears when the ZOOM button is pressed.

    VIDEO

    CANCEL

    QUICK

    (2)

    Q

    (3)
    FREEZE

    MUTE

    ECO

    AUTO

    1

    2

    3

    4

    VOL

    KSTN

    ZOOM

    ASPECT

    TIMER

    (1)

    Each press of the ̆ button enlarges the image and each press of the
    ̄ button makes the image smaller (returning it to 1:1).

    Zoom

    0

    (No enlargement)

    Zoom

    21

    (Approximately 2 times enlargement)

    (2) Pressing the SELECT (̆̄̇̈) buttons on the remote control at
    the time of the zoom operation will cause the display position to
    move.
    (There will not be any movement when zoom is at 0.)

    Zoom

    21

    (Approximately 2 times enlargement)

    Zoom

    21

    (Movement)

    (3) Press the CANCEL button to immediately close the display.
    The display will close when there has not been an operation in about
    10 seconds.

    Note:
    After magnifying the image, be sure to use the ZOOM button to bring the gauge
    value back to “0”.

    The image can also be moved in the following circumstances.



    When “Aspect” is set to “Real” by the signal of the personal computer, and the input resolution is
    higher than the display resolution of the projector.
    When “Aspect” is set to “Zoom” by the video signal.

    Note:
    * Zoom and image movement functions are cancelled when the input is switched.
    * The greater the zoom enlargement, the less distinct the image will appear. The reason for this is that the dots are being digitally corrected
    so that they are not conspicuous.
    * Movement of the screen will not be possible when the menu screen is being displayed.

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    General Operation

    Using the Presentation Timer
    The presentation is given while checking the timer displayed
    on the screen.
    The gauge display allows the remaining time to be known at
    a glance.
    (1) Press the TIMER button to show the settings display.
    The display will close when an operation has not been made
    for about 10 seconds.

    STANDBY

    MENU

    (2)

    ENTER

    RGB

    CANCEL button
    (3)

    VIDEO

    CANCEL

    QUICK

    Q

    FREEZE

    MUTE

    ECO

    1

    2

    3

    AUTO

    4
    ASPECT

    VOL

    KSTN

    ZOOM

    TIMER

    (1)

    [Timer settings display]
    Press the CANCEL button to close the display immediately.
    (2) Use the ̇ and ̈ SELECT buttons to set the time.
    The setting contents are “Off” and from 10 to 60 minutes (in
    10-minute intervals)
    Settings can also be made with the SELECT (̇̈) buttons.

    (3) Press the ENTER button and start the timer.
    • The display of the timer setting will close, the display of the
    timer will appear and simultaneously the timer will start.
    Gauge (Blue)
    [Timer Display]
    The blue gauge indicates the remaining time. When the
    gauge disappears,the time is up.
    The gauge continues to be displayed when the timer is
    stopped.
    When the remaining time is
    “0” (Gray)
    • Press the ENTER button to restart the timer. The timer will
    start with the same time setting.
    • Press the CANCEL button to close the timer display. The
    timer setting will return to “Off”.
    Moving the Position of the Timer Display
    The SELECT (̆̄̇̈) buttons on the remote control permit movement within the movable range of the timer display.

    Movable Range of the Timer Display

    Note:
    * The timer display will be closed while the menu or the quick menu is displayed, and while a message is displayed; however, the timer will
    still be operating at such times. Also, the timer will not be displayed unless a signal is being input.
    * While the presentation timer is being displayed, screen movement will not be possible in the zoom mode.

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    General Operation

    Protecting the Projector with the Security Lock
    A password can be registered and the security lock set in order to protect the projector from unauthorized use.
    Registering the password
    The password is registered using the menus. For instructions on operating the menus, see “Menu Operation Method” on E-33.

    (1) Select “Security Lock” in the “Option” menu and set it to “Enable”.
    The menu closes and the password registration display appears.

    (2) Use the number buttons (1 to 4) to register the password.
    Be sure to input a 4-digit number.
    Example: Registering the password “2441”
    (1) Press number button “2”. An “ ” (asterisk) appears at the first place.
    Next press number buttons “4”, “4” and “1” in that order. Asterisks appear
    in all four places.

    *

    STANDBY

    MENU

    ENTER

    RGB

    VIDEO

    QUICK

    CANCEL

    Q

    FREEZE

    MUTE

    ECO

    1

    2

    3

    AUTO

    4
    ASPECT

    VOL

    (2) Input the password again. An “ ” appears when the input number
    matches. If there is a mistake, the asterisks turn off. Start over from step
    (1) above.
    If the password matches, the password registration display closes.

    *

    Note:
    To cancel the number you have input, press the CANCEL button.
    The asterisks disappear and the display returns to the input standby mode at the first
    place.
    To cancel the password registration mode, press the CANCEL button again. The “Password” display turns off.

    This completes password registration.
    The “Password” input display appears the next time the power is turned
    on.

    Note:
    The numbers you have input are not displayed. Be sure to write down the password
    and store it in a safe place.

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    General Operation
    If the password input display appears when the power is turned on
    When a password has been registered, the “Password” input window appears on the projected image when the power is turned
    on. The projector continues projecting this image until the correct password is input. At this time, only the STANDBY button (power
    off) works. Use the procedure described below to input the registered password. For instructions on registering the password, see
    E-30.
    Input the password using the number buttons (1 to 4).
    Be sure to input the registered 4-digit number.
    Example: To input the password “2441”
    Press number button “2”. An “ ” (asterisk) appears at the first place.

    *

    Next press number buttons “4”, “4” and “1” in that order. Asterisks appear in all
    four places.
    If the password matches, the window turns off and the projector can be used
    normally.

    [Password input window]

    Canceling the password/Changing the password
    The password is canceled and changed using the menus. For instructions on operating the menus, see “Menu Operation Method”
    on E-33.
    Canceling the password
    Select “Security Lock” in the “Option” menu and set it to “Disable”.
    This clears the password and disables the security lock.
    The password input display no longer appears when the power is turned on.
    Changing the password
    After setting “Security Lock” to “Disable” as described above, set it back to “Enable”. The menu closes and the password registration display appears.
    Register the new password. See “Registering the password” on E-30.

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    General Operation

    Using the Quick Menu
    This function permits frequently used adjustments to be performed
    quickly.
    Note that the Quick Menu will not be displayed unless the signal of the connected equipment is input. Please select the input that you wish to adjust.
    Remote control operation
    (1) A press of the QUICK MENU button brings up the quick adjustment
    display.
    Further presses cause the adjustment display to change in sequence.
    The adjustment display can be selected with use of either the SELECT ̆ or
    ̄ button.
    (2) Press the cursor ̇ or ̈ button to make the adjustment.
    (3) To close the display immediately, press the CANCEL button.
    In the absence of operations for a period of about 10 seconds, the display
    will close automatically.

    STANDBY

    VIDEO

    QUICK

    FREEZE

    MUTE

    ECO

    1

    2

    3

    AUTO

    4
    ASPECT

    VOL

    Example: Brightness adjustment display

    Adjustment/Setting

    Dual Color Mode

    Select the preset color mode. See page E-42.

    Brightness

    Adjusts the brightness of the image. See page E-40.

    Contrast

    Adjusts the contrast of the image. See page E-40.

    Volume

    This function adjusts the volume of the built-in speaker. See page E-27.

    E-32

    CANCEL

    Q

    Content of Adjustments and Settings

    Display Item

    MENU

    ENTER

    RGB

    KSTN

    ZOOM

    TIMER

    (2)
    (1)
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    Menu Operation Method
    • This section describes only the menu operation method. Please see this item should you need information while
    performing menu operations.
    • For information about a menu function, adjustment, or setting, please see one of the pages containing such descriptions.
    • Adjustments and settings are made by projecting an image and adjusting to an optimum condition.
    • The remote control should be pointed toward the remote control sensor of the projector and operated.
    • To return the various items that have been changed via the menu to their standard values (i.e., default values at time
    of shipping from the factory), see “Factory Default” on Page E-52. (Some items will not return to their initial values.)
    • The adjustment/setting items and contents will differ depending on the input selection and the adjustment/setting
    items that can be used with the input signal are displayed on the menu.

    Names and Functions of Buttons Used for Menu Operations
    (Remote Control)

    STANDBY

    MENU

    VIDEO

    MENU button
    Used for menu display and menu closure.

    ENTER

    RGB

    QUICK

    CANCEL

    Q

    FREEZE

    MUTE

    ECO

    1

    2

    3

    AUTO

    4
    ASPECT

    VOL

    KSTN

    ZOOM

    SELECT (̆̄̇̈) buttons
    Used in the selection of menu names and item names as
    well as in setting and adjusting the item contents.
    ENTER button
    Used to enter settings.

    TIMER

    CANCEL button
    Used to return to menu name selection as well as to close
    the menu (and the sub menu display).

    (Main Unit)

    STANDBY

    AUTO

    SOURCE

    STATUS

    SELECT (̆̄̇̈) buttons

    ENTER button

    MENU

    DCM
    MENU button
    Used to display menus, to return to menu name selections,
    and to close menus (i.e., closing sub menu displays).

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    Menu Operation Method

    Menu Screen Names and Functions

    Menu Name
    This is the title of the menu.
    There is a change to the title screen
    when the menu is selected.
    The cursor moves to the selected
    menu name.

    Cursor (Deep Blue)
    This permits setting/adjustment of the
    item located at the cursor position.

    Item Name
    This is the name of the
    adjustment or setting.

    Icon: Pressing the ENTER
    button displays the sub menu
    or setting contents.

    Adjustment Bar and Settings Contents
    Adjustment Bar: The increases and decreases in bar length
    express the adjustment condition.
    Setting Contents: Displays the contents that have been set.
    Sub menu
    Adjustment Bar

    Item Name

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    Menu Operation Method

    Performing Menu Operations
    • Only “Setup”, “Options” and “Info.” can be selected when no signal is being input.
    • The menu display will close if, after pressing a button, the next button operation is not made within 30 seconds.
    • The adjustment and the setting values are stored even when the power is switched off or the plug is disconnected
    from the power outlet.
    (Note that some items are not stored.)
    Preparation

    Switch on the power of the connected equipment, start the play operation or another operation, and input
    the signal to the projector.
    Select the input that you wish to adjust.
    The menu display of the description diagram depicts an example in which the “Keystone” item name is selected.

    Menu Display

    1

    Press the MENU button to display the menu

    STANDBY

    MENU

    ENTER

    RGB

    VIDEO

    CANCEL

    QUICK

    Q

    FREEZE

    MUTE

    ECO

    1

    2

    3

    AUTO

    4
    ASPECT

    VOL

    KSTN

    ZOOM

    TIMER

    The menu name that existed when the menu was closed previously will be displayed.

    Selection of the Menu Name

    2

    Press the SELECT (̇̈) button to select the menu name

    STANDBY

    MENU

    ENTER

    RGB

    VIDEO

    CANCEL

    QUICK

    Q

    FREEZE

    MUTE

    ECO

    1

    2

    3

    AUTO

    4
    ASPECT

    VOL

    KSTN

    ZOOM

    TIMER

    Each press of the SELECT ̈ button advances the selection one step in the sequence of “Color” → “View” → “Setup” →
    “Option” → “Info.” → “Image”. Each press of the SELECT ̇ button causes a return of one step.
    The cursor moves to the selected menu name.

    Note:
    Please check that the cursor of the item name has disappeared at the time of menu name selection.
    Press the CANCEL button to make the cursor disappear.

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    Menu Operation Method

    Displaying the Cursor

    3

    Press the SELECT ̄ button to display the item name selection cursor.
    STANDBY

    MENU

    ENTER

    RGB

    VIDEO

    CANCEL

    QUICK

    Q

    FREEZE

    MUTE

    ECO

    1

    2

    3

    AUTO

    4
    ASPECT

    VOL

    KSTN

    ZOOM

    TIMER

    This condition allows selection of the
    item name.

    Selection of the Item Name

    4

    Press the SELECT (̆̄) button to align the cursor with the item name
    STANDBY

    MENU

    ENTER

    RGB

    VIDEO

    CANCEL

    QUICK

    Q

    FREEZE

    MUTE

    ECO

    1

    2

    3

    AUTO

    4
    ASPECT

    VOL

    KSTN

    ZOOM

    TIMER

    Items for which the
    Icon Is Displayed
    Press the ENTER button to display the submenu.
    Press the SELECT (̆̄) button and align the cursor with the desired item name.
    There are also some items for which the setting display or the verification display will appear. Please see the various item
    descriptions.
    STANDBY

    MENU

    VIDEO

    Sub menu

    ENTER

    RGB

    CANCEL

    QUICK

    Q

    FREEZE

    MUTE

    ECO

    1

    2

    3

    AUTO

    4
    ASPECT

    VOL

    KSTN

    ZOOM

    TIMER

    Making Adjustments/Settings

    5

    Press the SELECT (̇̈) button and make the adjustment (or setting) while viewing the image
    When a button is pressed, the image will also change.

    STANDBY

    MENU

    ENTER

    RGB

    VIDEO

    CANCEL

    QUICK

    Q

    FREEZE

    MUTE

    ECO

    1

    2

    3

    AUTO

    4
    ASPECT

    VOL

    KSTN

    ZOOM

    TIMER

    Adjustment display: Each press of the button results in a change of 1 point and continued presses cause changes to
    proceed in order.
    Setting display: The setting contents display changes with each press of the button.

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    Menu Operation Method

    Closing the Menu

    6

    Press the MENU button and close the menu display
    STANDBY

    MENU

    ENTER

    RGB

    VIDEO

    CANCEL

    QUICK

    Q

    FREEZE

    MUTE

    ECO

    1

    2

    3

    AUTO

    4
    ASPECT

    VOL

    KSTN

    ZOOM

    TIMER

    Selecting Another Menu Name with Remote Control Operation
    When a sub menu is displayed, press the CANCEL button and close the sub menu.
    Press the CANCEL button again to turn off the item name
    cursor.
    STANDBY

    MENU

    ENTER

    RGB

    VIDEO

    CANCEL

    QUICK

    Q

    FREEZE

    MUTE

    ECO

    1

    2

    3

    AUTO

    4
    ASPECT

    VOL

    KSTN

    ZOOM

    TIMER

    Press the SELECT (̇̈) button and select the menu
    name.
    (Menu names cannot be selected when the item name
    cursor is displayed.)
    STANDBY

    MENU

    ENTER

    RGB

    VIDEO

    CANCEL

    QUICK

    Q

    FREEZE

    MUTE

    ECO

    1

    2

    3

    AUTO

    4
    ASPECT

    VOL

    KSTN

    ZOOM

    TIMER

    Note:
    A press of the QUICK button while the menu is displayed will close the menu and display the quick menu. A press of the MENU button while
    the quick menu is displayed will close the quick menu and display the menu.

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    Menu Operation Method

    List of Item Names Offering Input Selection and Adjustments/Settings
    The item names that can be adjusted/set will differ depending on the input signal.

    u
    om t Si
    gn
    R pon al
    G
    B en
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    VI
    D
    E
    S- O
    VI
    D
    EO

    [Example of Menu Display Items at the Time of Input Signal RGB Selection]

    p

    Sub Menu
    Item Name

    Item Name

    Image

    Brightness









    E-40

    Contrast









    E-40





    E-40





    E-40





    E-40

    In

    Menu name

    C

    Reference
    Page

    Color



    Tint
    Sharpness

    Color

    Picture Adj.



    E-40

    Fine Picture



    E-41

    H Position



    E-41

    V Position










    E-41

    Dual Color Mode









    E-42

    Gamma









    E-42

    Color Temp.









    E-43

    White









    E-43

    Color Space



    E-43


    White Balance

    View

    E-41

    Reset

    E-44

    Aspect









    E-45

    Filter









    E-45

    Vertical Flip









    E-46

    Horizontal Flip









    E-46

    Keystone









    E-46

    Auto Keystone









    E-46

    “Tint” can be adjusted only at the time of NTSC composite/S signal input.

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    u
    om t Si
    gn
    R pon al
    G
    B en
    t
    VI
    D
    EO
    SVI
    D
    EO

    Menu Operation Method

    p

    Sub Menu
    Item Name

    Item Name

    Setup

    Auto Source









    E-47

    Auto Power Off









    E-47

    Menu Position









    E-48

    Lamp Mode









    E-48

    RGB









    E-49

    Video









    E-49

    S-Video









    E-49

    Presentation Timer









    E-49

    Volume









    E-49

    Language









    E-50

    On Screen









    E-50

    Background









    E-50

    Startup Screen









    E-51

    Security Lock









    E-51

    Status









    E-52

    Factory Default









    E-52

    Lamp Timer Reset









    E-52

    Resolution









    E-53

    Frequency









    E-53

    Lamp Timer









    E-53

    Input Format

    Option

    Info.

    In

    Menu name

    C

    Reference
    Page

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    Image
    • Perform this operation while projecting the picture for which the adjustment/setting will be made.
    • Select the menu name “Image”.
    See “Menu Operation Method” on Page E-33 for information about performing menu operations. The item name display will
    differ depending on the input signal. See “List of Item Names Offering Input Selection and Adjustments/Settings” on Page E-38.

    Brightness / Contrast / Color / Tint / Sharpness
    Picture qualities such as brightness and contrast will change depending on the whether the room is bright or dark. Please adjust to suit your
    preference.
    Select the desired item name and then adjust with the SELECT (̇̈) buttons.
    Item Name
    Brightness
    Contrast
    Color
    Tint
    Sharpness

    SELECT ᮤ Button
    Darker
    Less contrast
    Less dense color
    More red
    Softer image

    SELECT ᮣ Button
    Brighter
    More contrast
    Denser color
    More green
    Sharper image

    Note:
    * The adjustment values of the adjustable items are stored according to input source.
    * “Tint” can only be adjusted when inputting NTSC composite/S-Video signals or
    component signals.

    Picture Adj. / Fine Picture / H Position / V Position
    Usually, automatic adjustment is performed at the time of signal selection, but when automatic adjustment is not effective, these adjustments
    can be performed.

    Note:
    When the image extends beyond the boundaries of the screen or is smaller than the
    screen, check that the “View” → “Aspect” setting is set to “Auto”. See “Aspect” on
    Page E-45.

    Picture Adj. (Picture Adjustment)
    Adjust this when bright and dark vertical bands appear on the screen.
    Select the “Picture Adj.” item name and adjust with the SELECT (̇̈) buttons
    so that the vertical bands disappear and brightness becomes uniform across
    the screen.

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    Image

    Fine Picture
    Adjust this when the picture shows a lack of color fidelity or flickering.
    Select the “Fine Picture” item name and adjust with the SELECT (̇̈) buttons so that the lack of color fidelity or the flickering disappears.

    H Position
    Adjust this when the picture is shifted to the left or right.
    Select the “H Position” item name and adjust with the SELECT (̇̈) buttons.

    V Position
    Adjust this when the picture is shifted up or down.
    Select the “V Position” item name and adjust with the SELECT (̇̈) buttons.

    Reset
    This function resets (i.e., returns to the standard settings) the adjustment/setting value of the “Image” menu name.
    A press of the ENTER button forces the reset.

    Note:
    * The item name “Fine Picture” at the time of RGB input will not be reset.
    * “Reset” of the menu name “Image” can be reset for each input source.
    * To reset the adjustments/settings of all the menu items (while noting that there are some items that cannot be reset), see “Factory Default”
    on Page E-52.

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    Color
    • Do the following operation while displaying the image you want to adjust or set.
    • Select the menu name “Color”.
    See “Menu Operation Method” on Page E-33 for information about performing menu operations. The item name display will
    differ depending on the input signal. See “List of Item Names Offering Input Selection and Adjustments/Settings” on Pages
    E-38.

    Dual Color Mode
    Select the preset color mode.
    Select the “Dual Color Mode” item name and select the setting contents with
    the SELECT (̇̈) buttons.
    Dynamic ..... Select this to prioritize brightness.
    Vivid ........... Select this to prioritize color.

    Gamma
    Gamma corrects the proportion of change of the dark portions from the
    bright portions of the input signal.
    Set this to reproduce natural color tone or to distinctly project a personal computer picture in a bright conference room.
    Select the “Gamma” item name and select the setting contents with the SELECT
    (̇̈) buttons.
    Normal ....... Correction with standard settings
    Natural ........ Corrects for natural color tones
    Real ............ Corrects with emphasis on brightness

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    Color

    Color Temp.
    The screen color is affected by the color of the illumination and other
    extraneous light.
    This function adjusts the white, which is the reference color for video
    equipment, and improves the quality of color reproduction. Adjustment
    can also be used to enhance skin colors.
    Select the item name “Color Temp.” and select the setting contents with the
    SELECT (̇̈) buttons.
    Low ............
    Medium ......
    Normal .......
    High ............

    Produces warm whites (reddish)
    Produces warm whites (yellowish)
    Produces the white of sunlight
    Produces cool whites (bluish)

    White
    When projecting, this function is used to emphasize the whites of text or
    diagrams on the personal computer.
    Select the item name “White” and use the SELECT (̇̈) buttons to select the
    setting contents.
    Select the desired degree of white from among “Low”, “Medium”, and “High”.

    Note:
    When “Vivid” is selected for “Dual Color Mode”, the “White” adjustment item is
    displayed in gray and cannot be selected or adjusted. See “Dual Color Mode” on
    E-42.

    Color Space
    Set this function when a component signal (YPbPr) is projected and the
    image is extremely red or extremely green.
    Select the item name “Color Space” and use the SELECT (̇̈) buttons to
    select a color space setting that provides a normal image.
    Selection contents at the time of YPbPr input
    BT.709, SMPTE240

    Note:
    * When the component signal undergoes conversion processing to red, green,
    and blue which express the image of the projector, the correct color cannot be
    reproduced unless a system compliant with the color difference conversion system of the input signal is used. Color Space serves to make this selection.
    * The color space can only be adjusted with high definition TVs.

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    Color

    White Balance
    This function automatically adjusts the black level and the white level of
    the analog RGB input signal to suit the personal computer.
    1

    Select the item name [White Balance] and press the ENTER button.
    The display will change to [Input Black Signal].

    2

    The screen background color of the connected personal computer
    will be set to black.

    3. Press the ENTER button. The display will change to [Adjusting Black]
    and the black level will be adjusted.

    4

    The adjustment of the black level is completed and the display
    changes to [Input White Signal].

    5

    The screen background color of the connected personal computer
    will be set to white.

    6

    Press the ENTER button. The display will change to [Adjusting White]
    and the white level will be adjusted.

    [White balance complete] is displayed for a while and the adjustment is
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    View
    • Perform this operation while projecting the picture for which the adjustment/setting will be made.
    • Select the menu name “View”.
    See “Menu Operation Method” on Page E-33 for information about performing menu operations. The item name display will
    differ depending on the input signal. See “List of Item Names Offering Input Selection and Adjustments/Settings” on Page E-38.

    Aspect
    This function sets the horizontal and vertical picture proportions of the
    input signal.
    Select the item name “Aspect” and select the setting contents with the SELECT
    (̇̈) buttons.
    Personal Computer Signal
    Auto ............ Automatically enlarges or reduces the image to project a full screen in a
    ratio of 4:3
    Direct .......... Maintains the aspect ratio and projects a picture of the maximum
    displayable size
    Real ............ Projects the input signal without pixel conversion
    Video Signals
    Auto ............ While maintaining the aspect ratio, projects a full screen so that no portions extend beyond the boundaries of the screen. The top and bottom of
    the 16:9 image becomes black.
    Wide ........... Projects to fill the full width with the entire image at 16:9.
    (This feature is used to project a squeezed image in a proper aspect ratio.)
    Zoom .......... Projects only the 4:3 portion within 16:9 image to fill the screen.
    (Portion that extend off screen is cut.)
    See “Selection of Aspect Ratio” on Page E-25 for diagrams of projection screen
    images that correspond to the input signals.

    Note:
    Please note that using this monitor for the purpose of commercial gain or the attraction of public attention in a venue such as a coffee shop or hotel and projecting
    a 4:3 screen in wide mode or leaving a squeezed screen as a compressed image
    raises concern about the infringement of the copyright holder’s rights which are
    protected by copyright law.

    Filter
    This function sets the sharpness when the input signal is adjusted to
    the resolution of the projector and enlarged or reduced.
    Select the item name “Filter” and select the setting contents with the SELECT
    (̇̈) buttons.
    Smaller numerical values result in a sharper picture and larger values result in
    a softer picture. Please select your desired setting value.

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    View

    Vertical Flip / Horizontal Flip
    In selecting the method of projecting to the screen, these functions are
    set when the projector is in a rear screen installation.
    Select the item name “Vertical Flip” or “Horizontal Flip” and select the setting
    contents with the SELECT (̇̈) buttons.

    “Vertical Flip” Off
    “Horizontal Flip” Off

    “Vertical Flip” Off
    “Horizontal Flip” On

    “Vertical Flip” On
    “Horizontal Flip” On

    “Vertical Flip” On
    “Horizontal Flip” Off

    Keystone
    Keystone distortion will occur when the projector and screen are on an
    angle (in the vertical orientation). The Keystone function is used to manually adjust this distortion.
    Select the item name “Keystone” and correct the keystone distortion using the
    SELECT (̇ ̈) buttons.

    Press the ̇ button.

    Press the ̈ button.

    Note:
    * The menus and other on-screen displays cannot be adjusted.
    * Please note that depending on the projected picture and the projection conditions, it may not be possible to eliminate keystone distortion
    completely.
    * When the Auto Keystone function is OFF, the keystone adjustment settings will be maintained even when the power has been turned off.
    * See “Adjustment of the Projection Screen” on Page E-22 for information about the Auto Keystone function.
    See “Keystone Manual Adjustment” on Page E-27 for information about manual adjustment using the projector and the remote control.

    Auto Keystone
    Auto Keystone is set to provide an automatic adjustment of the keystone distortion.
    Select the item name “Auto Keystone” and set with the SELECT (̇̈) buttons.
    On ............... provides automatic adjustment.
    Off .............. does not provide automatic adjustment.

    Note:
    See “Adjustment of the Projection Screen” on Page E-22 for information about the Auto Keystone function.
    See “Manual Adjustment of Keystone” and the aforementioned “Keystone” on Page E-27 for information about manual adjustment using the
    buttons of the projector and the remote control.

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    Setup
    • Select menu name “Setup”.
    See “Menu Operation Method” on Page E-33 for information about performing menu operations. The item name display will
    differ depending on the input signal. See “List of Item Names Offering Input Selection and Adjustments/Settings” on Page E-38.

    Auto Source
    The Auto Source function automatically detects the input signal when
    the power supply is switched on and when the input is switched.
    Select the item name “Auto Source” and select the setting contents with the
    SELECT (̇̈) buttons.
    On ............... Switches on the automatic detection function
    Off .............. Switches off the automatic detection function
    Signal Detection Order When On
    The sequence of RGB → Video → S-Video is searched repeatedly.
    When a signal is detected, the search is stopped and the image is projected.

    Auto Power Off
    This function switches off the projector power automatically when the
    input of the projector enters a no-signal condition.
    Select item name “Auto Power Off” and select the setting contents with the
    SELECT (̇̈) buttons.
    On ............... The power is switched off when there is no signal.
    Off .............. The power is not switch off even when there is no signal.
    Operation when Function is On
    • The “No Signal Power Off” display appears when a no-signal condition continues for approximately 10 seconds. The power is switched off about 5
    minutes after this.
    • If a signal is input during the appearance of the display and an operation
    button other than the STANDBY button is pressed, the display is closed and
    the function is cancelled.

    Note:
    Some video decks and other equipment output a blue background or other video when playback ends. When this happens, a signal is being
    input to the projector and Auto Power Off is not activated.

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    Setup

    Menu Position
    This function sets the display position of the menu.
    Select item name “Menu Position” and select the setting contents with the
    SELECT (̇̈) buttons.
    ............. Displays on the left side
    ............. Displays on the right side

    Lamp Mode
    Use this if the picture is projected on a small screen and the picture is
    too bright or when projecting images in dark rooms.
    Select the item name “Lamp Mode” and select the setting contents with the
    SELECT (̇̈) buttons.
    Eco ............. The lamp’s brightness is reduced to approximately 80%, extending the
    lamp’s service life.
    (STATUS indicator is green)
    Normal ....... The lamp brightness is set to 100% and the screen is bright.
    (STATUS indicator is off)

    STATUS Indicator

    STATUS

    STANDBY

    Note:
    Frequent switching this mode can degrade the lamp.

    MENU

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    Setup

    Input Format
    This function is used in setting the input signals of the input connectors.
    Normally, this should be set to Auto. When identification is not possible
    with Auto, make the setting.
    Select the item name “Input Format”, press the ENTER button, and the sub
    menu will open.
    Select the connector that is to be changed, and select the setting contents
    with the SELECT (̇̈) buttons.
    [RGB]
    This is the signal setting for the RGB connector.
    Auto ............ Automatically identifies the signal.
    RGB ............ Analog RGB signal is set.
    Component . Component signal is set.
    [Video] and [S-Video]
    [Video] is the color system setting for the VIDEO connector and [S-Video] is
    the color system setting for the S-VIDEO connector.
    Auto ............ Automatic identification.
    NTSC .......... Fixed to the NTSC system.
    NTSC 4.43 .. Fixed to the NTSC 4.43 system.
    PAL ............. Fixed to the PAL system.
    PAL M ......... Fixed to the PAL M system.
    PAL N ......... Fixed to the PAL N system.
    PAL 60 ........ Fixed to the PAL 60 system.
    SECAM ....... Fixed to the SECAM system.

    Presentation Timer
    The presentation is given while checking the timer displayed on the
    screen.
    The gauge display allows the remaining time to be known at a glance.
    Select the item name “Presentation Timer” and select the setting contents
    with the SELECT (̇̈) buttons.
    Setting contents: Off, 10 min., 20 min., 30 min., 40 min., 50 min., 60 min.
    To start the timer...
    Press the MENU button and open the menu.
    The timer display will appear at the lower right and the timer will start.
    See “Using the Presentation Timer” on Page E-29 for details.

    Volume
    This function adjusts the volume of the built-in speaker.
    Select the item name [Volume] and adjust the sound level with the SELECT
    (̇̈) buttons.

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    Option
    • Select menu name “Option”.
    See “Menu Operation Method” on Page E-33 for information about performing menu operations. The item name display will
    differ depending on the input signal. See “List of Item Names Offering Input Selection and Adjustments/Settings” on Page E-38.

    Language
    This function sets the language that is displayed on screen in
    the messages and menu displays.
    Select item name “Language” and press the ENTER button to open
    the Language sub menu.
    Select the language with the SELECT (̆̄) buttons.

    On Screen
    This function switches on/off the messages displayed with a black
    frame such as the input signal information and the aspect ratio.
    Select item name “On Screen” and select the setting contents with the
    SELECT (̇̈) buttons.
    On ............... The message is displayed.
    Off .............. The message is not displayed.

    Note:
    Even when set to off, messages that are not in a black frame will be displayed.

    Wide

    Example of a display when the
    ASPECT button is pressed

    Background
    This function sets the screen color when the input source is nosignal.
    Select item name “Background” and select the setting contents with
    the SELECT (̇̈) buttons.
    Blue ............ Sets a blue screen when there is no signal
    Black ........... Sets a black screen when there is no signal

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    Option

    Startup Screen
    This is the selection of whether or not to display the logo screen
    at startup time.
    Select item name “Startup Screen” and select the setting contents
    with the SELECT (̇̈) buttons.
    Logo ........... Displays the logo.
    Blank .......... Does not display the logo.

    Note:
    When “Logo” is selected at the startup screen, the “3M” logo is displayed.

    Security Lock
    A password can be registered and the security lock set in order
    to prevent unauthorized use of the projector.
    For instructions on using the security function, see “Protecting the
    Projector with the Security Lock” on E-30.
    Select item name “Security Lock” and select the setting contents with
    the SELECT (̇̈) buttons.
    Disable ....... The security lock is disabled.
    The projector can be operated without inputting the password.
    Enable ......... The security lock is enabled.
    The security lock is activated when the power is turned on, and
    the password must be input in order to operate the projector.

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    Info.
    • Select menu name “Info.”.
    See “Menu Operation Method” on Page E-33 for information about performing menu operations. The item name display will
    differ depending on the input signal. See “List of Item Names Offering Input Selection and Adjustments/Settings” on Page E-38.

    Status
    This displays information about the equipment.
    Select item name “Status” and press the ENTER button.
    There is a change to the status display.
    Press the CANCEL button to return to the menu.
    Display Contents:
    Projector model, firmware version, and the internet home page address of 3M™.

    Factory Default
    This function returns the adjustments and settings of all the input sources to the standard factory default values.
    Select item name “Factory Default” and press the ENTER button.
    There is a change to the display [Press “ENTER” to Factory Default
    Set].
    Press the ENTER button to initialize.
    To cancel, press the CANCEL button and there will be a return to the
    menu.
    Items that are not set to the factory default:
    Vertical Flip / Horizontal Flip, Language and Lamp Timer and Security
    Lock.

    Lamp Timer Reset
    This function resets the lamp timer. Be sure to perform the reset
    operation when the lamp cartridge has been replaced.
    Select item name “Lamp Timer Reset” and press the ENTER button.
    There is a change to the display “Press “ENTER” to Lamp Timer Reset”.
    Press the ENTER button to initialize.
    To cancel, press the CANCEL button and there will be a return to the
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    Info.

    Resolution / Frequency
    This function displays the resolution and frequency of the detected input signal.

    Lamp Timer
    This displays the lamp timer.
    This projector has an Eco mode function. The lamp life will differ between
    Normal mode and Eco mode.
    Lamp Life
    Use only in Normal mode: approx.2000 hours
    Use only in Eco mode: approx.2500 hours
    * Lamp life will differ when there has been switching between the modes.
    • When Lamp Life Has Been Reached
    “Replace the Lamp Cartridge” is displayed on the screen for 10 seconds in
    a 1-minute interval.
    Please replace the lamp with a new one.
    See “Replacing the Lamp Cartridge” on Page E-57 for information about
    lamp cartridge replacement.
    • When Over 100 Hours Have Elapsed Since Reaching Lamp Life
    (Including Eco Mode)
    [Warning!! System Shutdown] is displayed for 10 seconds and the power is
    switched off. Pressing the STANDBY button under this condition will not
    switch on the power. Please replace the lamp cartridge.

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    When an Indicator is Lit or Flashing
    T
    S
    A

    STATUS indicator

    T
    U
    S
    T
    S
    A
    N
    D
    B
    Y

    N
    E
    M
    U
    RC

    M

    Indicator status
    STATUS

    STANDBY

    When the power is on (Lit green)
    Standby (Lit amber)

    AU

    STANDBY indicator

    TO

    C

    SO
    U

    E

    D

    The indicators on the projector’s control panel light or flash to
    notify of problems, as described below.
    An indicator is also used to notify you of the currently set power
    mode. See “Power Cable Connections and Switching the Power
    On/Off” on page E-19.

    What you should do
    It is time to replace the lamp.
    Replace with a new lamp cartridge.

    Lit red
    STATUS

    STANDBY

    Flashing amber for 60 seconds, then
    lit amber
    Lit red
    STATUS

    STANDBY

    Lit red
    Flashing red
    (lit for 1 seconds/off for 1 seconds)

    STATUS

    STANDBY

    Lit red
    Flashing red
    (lit for 0.5 seconds/off for 0.5 seconds)

    STATUS

    STANDBY

    Lit amber
    Flashing red
    (lit for 0.5 seconds/off for 0.5 seconds)
    STATUS

    STANDBY

    When the lamp has burned out
    during use
    Flashing amber for 90 seconds, then
    lit amber
    When the lamp does not come on
    from the start
    Lit amber

    The lamp has reached the end of its service life. The power
    will no longer turn on.
    The projector can be used for 100 hours after the lamp has reached
    the end of its service life.
    Replace with a new lamp cartridge.

    The lamp cover is open.
    The lamp cover is not properly mounted. Mount it properly.

    The temperature is abnormally high.
    • The temperature protector has been activated. If the room temperature is high, move the projector to a cool place. If the
    projector’s internal temperature is high, check the cooling fan’s
    ventilation slots and clean them if they are clogged.
    • When the temperature protector is activated, the power turns
    off and in some cases will not turn back on immediately. In this
    case wait about 90 seconds, then try again.
    The fan has stopped.
    Unplug the power cable and contact a store that sells the PX5 for
    repairs.

    The lamp will not light.
    Wait at least 90 seconds, then turn the power back on. If the problem persists, unplug the power cable and contact a store that sells
    the PX5 for repairs.

    Flashing red
    (lit for 1 seconds/off for 1 seconds)
    Should an indicator be in a condition other than normal or flash at a rate other than the aforementioned, disconnect the power
    cable and contact your store of purchase.

    Thermal Protector
    When the temperature inside the projector becomes abnormally high, the STATUS indicator flashes red (0.5 seconds on/0.5
    seconds off), the STANDBY indicator is a steady red, and at the same time the temperature protector operates and switches off
    the power of the projector.
    Should this happen, please take the following actions.
    1. Switch off the power and disconnect the power plug from the wall outlet.
    2. Check the following matters and take the required measures.
    When the projector is being used in a location that has a high ambient temperature, set it up again in a cool location. Check the
    outflow and intake holes and clean them if they are obstructed.
    3. Wait about 60 minutes until the temperature of the projector drops.
    If after having performed the above matters, the problem still has not been solved, please contact your store of purchase.

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    Troubleshooting
    Check the following matters before requesting servicing.
    Problem
    Power does not turn on

    Reference
    Page

    Check
    • Is the power cord plugged into a power outlet?
    • Is the lamp cover properly mounted?
    • Is the projector’s temperature high? To protect the projector, the power cannot be turned on when the projector’s temperature is abnormally high.
    • Has the lamp reached the end of its service life?
    • Depending on the timing with which the power cord is plugged in (the power
    is turned on), it may happen that the STANDBY indicator (LED) does not
    light and the power does not turn on. This is not a malfunction. If this happens, unplug the power cord then plug it back in.

    E-54


    Is a connected input selected?
    Is the cable properly connected to the input terminal?
    When a computer is connected, are signals being output from the computer?
    Does the signal being input have a frequency usable with this projector?
    Are the brightness and contrast adjusted to the minimum?
    Is the STATUS indicator lit a steady red or flashing red?
    When the component signal of the DVD player is connected with the RGB
    connector and the image is not output, is [Input Settings] of the RGB connector properly selected?
    • For a RGB input, has the picture been properly adjusted?

    E-24
    E-14 –17
    E-53
    E-61
    E-40
    E-54
    E-49

    Image is distorted

    • Is the projector properly installed?
    • For trapezoidal (keystone) distortion, perform keystone adjustment.
    Please note that depending on the projected picture and the projection conditions, it may not be possible to eliminate keystone distortion completely.

    E-23
    E-27, 46

    Image is out of focus






    Is the lens properly focused?
    Are the screen and projector installed at the proper distance?
    Does the projection distance exceed the focusing range?
    Is there condensation on the lens, etc.?
    If the projector is moved from a cool storage area to a warm place and the
    power is turned on, condensation may form on the lens or internal optical
    parts. If this happens, wait until the condensation has evaporated before
    using the projector.

    E-22
    E-13
    E-13


    Image is not in proper position and is not displayed
    properly

    • For a computer input, are the horizontal and vertical positions properly adjusted?
    • Does the input signal have a compatible resolution and frequency? Check
    the computer’s resolution.

    E-41

    Video image is crushed

    • If the image is crushed in the horizontal or vertical direction or if it is not
    displayed over the entire screen, select a different aspect ratio.

    E-25

    Colors of the overall image
    are strange

    • When a component signal is being input, is the color space setting proper?
    • For a composite input, is the tint properly adjusted?

    E-43
    E-40

    Characters flicker or colors
    are offset for RGB inputs

    • From the menu, select “Image” and adjust the “Picture Adj.” and “Fine Picture”.

    E-40, 41

    Cannot select the menu
    name

    • Other than [Settings], [Option] and [Information], selection will not be possible unless a signal is being input to the projector and the image/picture is
    projected.



    Remote control unit does
    not operate

    • Are the remote control unit’s batteries worn? Replace with new batteries.
    • Is there an obstacle between the remote control unit and the projector’s
    remote control signal sensor?
    • Is the remote control unit outside of range?
    • Are you pointing the remote control unit’s transmitter towards the projector’s
    remote control signal sensor?

    E-11
    E-11

    • See “When an indicator is lit or flashing”.

    E-54

    No image is produced

    STATUS indicator is lit red
    or flashing red









    E-19
    E-59
    E-54

    E-55

    E-40, 41

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    Cleaning
    • Be certain to disconnect the power plug from the power outlet before cleaning.
    • Do not spray or otherwise expose the projector, lens, or screen to volatile substances such as insecticides. Do not leave rubber
    or vinyl products in contact with the projector for long periods. Doing so could cause them to undergo qualitative changes or the
    coatings may peel, etc.

    Cleaning a Soiled Projector Main Unit
    • Wipe with a lint-free, soft, dry cloth.
    When very dirty, wipe with a cloth that has been moistened with a diluted neutral detergent, then finish with a dry cloth. If a
    chemically-treated cloth is going to be used, please follow any written warnings.
    • Do not wipe with thinner, benzene, or other solvents. Doing so could cause them to undergo qualitative changes or the coatings
    may peel, etc.
    • When removing the dust of the outflow and intake holes, use the brush attachment on a vacuum cleaner to clean out the dust.
    Avoid using the vacuum directly without attaching the adapter as well as the use of a nozzle adapter.
    • Do not scratch or otherwise hit the projector body with your nails or other hard object, since this will cause scratches.

    Dirty Lens
    • Clean using the same method you would use to clean a camera lens: Use a commercial blower for camera use or cleaning
    paper for eye glasses. Be careful not to scratch the lens at this time.

    Dust of the Intake and Outflow Holes

    • Switch off the power, check that the STANDBY indicator has
    changed to a steadily lit amber, then unplug the power cable.
    • Clean out the holes from the outside using a vacuum cleaner.
    Use the brush adapter of the vacuum cleaner to do this. Avoid
    using the vacuum directly without attaching the adapter as well
    as the use of a nozzle adapter.

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    could cause damage. Clean this area carefully. As a guideline, clean at least every 100 hours of usage.

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    Cleaning of the inside of the projector is required about once a year. Failure to clean over a long period while dust has collected
    inside the projector could cause a fire or breakdown. Do not clean the inside of the projector by yourself. Please be sure to contact
    your dealer.

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    Replacing the Lamp Cartridge
    • The lamp that is used as a light source in the projector has a limited service life. The rated service life of the lamp is
    about 2000 hours (when used in normal mode only). This could be shortened depending on conditions of use and
    other factors.
    Note that lamp life will be extended when the projector is often used in Eco mode. (The rated service life of the lamp
    means the average value of lamp life for lamps that have been manufactured over a long period, and it is derived from
    test conditions at this company.)
    • When the life of the lamp is exceeded, the STATUS indicator lights a steady red and the message [Replace the Lamp
    Cartridge] is displayed on the screen. When this occurs, it is time to replace the lamp cartridge. Please make the
    replacement following the procedure below.
    • If the projector is used another 100 hours after the lamp’s service life is reached, the power is set to the standby mode
    and no longer turns on.
    • Contact a store that sells the PX5 for a replacement lamp. Indicate you need a LKPX5 replacement lamp for the PX5.

    CAUTION
    • Replacement of the lamp cartridge is performed after switching off the power, waiting for the cooling fan to stop,
    disconnecting the power plug from the power outlet, and then leaving the projector for about 60 minutes before
    replacement is started. Replacement of the lamp cartridge during operation or immediately after operation stops will
    cause burns because of the high temperature.
    • Do not remove any screws other than those specified.
    • Do not touch the lamp with bare hands. Doing so could shorten the life of the lamp.
    • If lamp has reached the end of its usable life, the lamp bulb may shatter. When this happens, an explosive sound can
    be heard and pieces of glass may be scattered in the lamp cartridge. Do not touch them as the pieces of glass may
    cause injury. If this happens, contact your dealer or the store the projector was purchased.

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    Replacing the Lamp Cartridge
    Preparations: Turning the projector upside-down on top of a soft cloth, etc., so that it does not get scratched makes it easier to
    replace the lamp cartridge. Turn the projector right-side up after replacing the lamp cartridge.

    1 Unplug the power cord.
    2 Turn the projector upside-down.
    3 Remove the lamp cover.
    (1) Turn the lamp cover’s set screw counterclockwise and
    loosen until the screw turns freely. (The screw does not
    come off.)

    (2) Open the lamp cover a little, then pull it in the direction of
    the arrow and remove it.

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    4 Remove the lamp cartridge.
    (1) Fully loosen the lamp cartridge’s two screws. (The screws
    do not come off.)

    (2) Grasp the lamp cartridge’s handle and pull upward to remove the lamp cartridge.

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    Replacing the Lamp Cartridge

    5 Mount the new lamp cartridge.
    (2) Turn the lamp cartridge’s two screws clockwise to tighten
    them.

    (1) Push the lamp cartridge in slowly.
    (Line it up with the screw holes in the projector.)

    6 Mount the lamp cover.
    (1) Set the tip of the lamp cover in place, then close the lamp
    cover.

    (2) Turn the lamp cover’s screw clockwise to tighten it.

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    7 Reset the Lamp Timer.
    Connect the power cable, switch on the power, and then reset.
    Select [Info.] → [Lamp Timer Reset] on the menu and press the ENTER button. There is a change to the initialization
    verification display. Press the ENTER button again. See “Lamp Timer Reset” on Page E-52.

    Note:
    After reaching the lamp service life, if the lamp is used for more than another 100 hours, it will not be possible to switch on the power. Should
    this happen, while the projector is in the standby mode, simultaneously holding down the projector’s SOURCE button and AUTO button for
    more than 5 seconds will clear the lamp timer. Checking that the STATUS indicator is out will show that the lamp timer has been cleared.
    Contact a store that sells the PX5 for a replacement lamp. Indicate you need a LKPX5 replacement lamp for the PX5.

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    Specifications
    Model

    PX5

    Optical
    Method of projection :
    DMD
    Lamp
    Projection lens :
    Image size
    Light Output
    Contrast Ratio

    DLP™ (single chip DMD)
    0.7 inches 1024‫ן‬768 dots
    130 W high pressure mercury lamp
    Manual zoom (‫ן‬1.2), Manual focus F = 2.6 – 2.9, f = 27.5 – 33.0 mm
    Minimum 26 inch (at projection distance of 1.20 m / 3.9 feet telephoto)
    Maximum 300 inch (at projection distance of 11.81 m / 38.76 feet wide)
    Standard mode: 1300 lm
    2000:1 (Full on/off)

    Electrical
    Inputs

    Color Reproduction
    Resolution
    Input Current
    Power Requirement
    Power Consumption

    Video (NTSC3.58/NTSC4.43/PAL/PAL-N/PAL-M/PAL60/SECAM/YCbCr(NTSC, PAL)/
    YPbPr(480p, 576p, 1080i, 720p)): (automatic or manual switching)
    RGB (Horizontal :15 to 80 kHz, Vertical 50 to 85 Hz)
    Full color (16,770,000 colors)
    VGA (640‫ן‬480) expansion/true, S-VGA (800‫ן‬600) expansion/true
    XGA (1024‫ן‬768) true, S-XGA (1280‫ן‬1024) compression
    1.9 A
    100 - 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
    190 watts (170 watts in eco mode)

    Mechanical
    Dimensions Excluding Stand
    Weight
    Operational Temperatures

    186 mm (W)‫ן‬46 mm (H)‫ן‬176 mm (D) (when stored, not including projecting parts)
    7.3 in.(W)‫ן‬1.8 in.(H)‫ן‬6.9 in.(D) (when stored, not including projecting parts)
    Approximately 1.3 kg / 2.9 lbs
    Data projector: 5° to 35°C (41° to 95°F), 30 to 85% humidity

    • Specifications and design are subject to change without notice.

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    Table of Supported Frequency
    The projector automatically identifies the signal input from the computer and selects the optimum resolution as shown on the table
    below.
    Manual adjustments may be required for some input signals. See “Picture Adj. / Fine Picture / H Position / V Position” on page
    E-40, 41.

    Signal
    VIDEO(NTSC)
    VIDEO(PAL/SECAM)
    PC/AT

    VESA

    Apple Macintosh

    HDTV (1080i)

    EDTV
    SDTV

    (720p)
    (576p)
    (480p)
    (576i)
    (480i)

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    640
    720
    720
    640
    640
    720
    640
    640
    640
    640
    800
    800
    800
    800
    800
    1024
    1024
    1024
    1024
    1280
    640
    823
    1024
    1152
    1920
    1920
    1280
    720
    720
    720
    720

    ‫ ן‬350
    ‫ ן‬400
    ‫ ן‬350
    ‫ ן‬400
    ‫ ן‬350
    ‫ ן‬400
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    ‫ ן‬480
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    ‫ ן‬576
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    Frequency
    Horizonral (kHz)

    15.734
    15.625
    31.5
    31.5
    31.5
    31.5
    37.9
    37.9
    37.9
    31.5
    37.9
    37.5
    43.3
    35.2
    37.9
    46.9
    48.1
    53.7
    48.4
    56.5
    60.0
    68.7
    64.0
    35.0
    49.7
    60.2
    68.7
    33.8
    28.1
    45.0
    31.3
    31.5
    31.3
    31.5

    Vertical (Hz)

    60.0
    50.0
    70.1
    70.1
    70.0
    70.0
    85.1
    85.1
    85.0
    60.0
    72.8
    75.0
    85.0
    56.3
    60.3
    75.0
    72.2
    85.1
    60.0
    70.1
    75.0
    85.0
    60.0
    66.7
    74.5
    74.9
    75.1
    60.0
    50.0
    60.0
    50.0
    60.0
    50.0
    60.0

    * The projector does not support the ADC connector on Apple Macintosh.

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    The display resolution is 1024‫ן‬768 dots. When displaying a signal with resolutions other than 1024‫ן‬768 dots such as 1280‫ן‬1024,
    sizes of characters or lines may be uneven.

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    Cabinet Dimensions

    186 (7.3)

    46 (1.8)

    SOURCE

    STANDBY

    MENU

    AUTO

    176 (6.9)

    STATUS

    DCM

    Unit: mm (inch)

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