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right laws, with all rights reserved. Neither this manual, nor any of the material contained herein, may be
reproduced without written consent of the author.
© Copyright 2010
Disclaimer
The information in this document is subject to change without notice. The manufacturer makes no repre-
sentations or warranties with respect to the contents hereof and specifically disclaims any implied
warranties of merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose. The manufacturer reserves the right to
revise this publication and to make changes from time to time in the content hereof without obligation of
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ing applications in other countries throughout the world.
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    Copyright
    This publication, including all photographs, illustrations and software, is protected under international copyright laws, with all rights reserved. Neither this manual, nor any of the material contained herein, may be
    reproduced without written consent of the author.
    © Copyright 2010

    Disclaimer
    The information in this document is subject to change without notice. The manufacturer makes no representations or warranties with respect to the contents hereof and specifically disclaims any implied
    warranties of merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose. The manufacturer reserves the right to
    revise this publication and to make changes from time to time in the content hereof without obligation of
    the manufacturer to notify any person of such revision or changes.

    Trademark Recognition
    Kensington is a U.S. registered trademark of ACCO Brand Corporation with issued registrations and pending applications in other countries throughout the world.
    All other product names used in this manual are the properties of their respective owners and are acknowledged.

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    Important Safety Information
    Important:
    It is strongly recommended that you read this section carefully before using the projector. These
    safety and usage instructions will ensure that you enjoy many years of safe use of the projector.
    Keep this manual for future reference.
    Symbols Used
    Warning symbols are used on the unit and in this manual to alert you of hazardous situations.
    The following styles are used in this manual to alert you to important information.

    Note:
    Provides additional information on the topic at hand.

    Important:
    Provides additional information that should not be overlooked.

    Caution:
    Alerts you to situations that may damage the unit.

    Warning:
    Alerts you to situations that may damage the unit, create a hazardous environment, or cause personal injury.
    Throughout this manual, component parts and items in the OSD menus are denoted in bold font as in this
    example:
    “Push the Menu button on the remote control to open the Main menu.”

    General Safety Information
    Do not open the unit case. Aside from the projection lamp, there are no user-serviceable parts in
    the unit. For servicing, contact qualified service personnel.
    Follow all warnings and cautions in this manual and on the unit case.
    The projection lamp is extremely bright by design. To avoid damage to eyes, do not look into the
    lens when the lamp is on.
    Do not place the unit on an unstable surface, cart, or stand.
    Avoid using the system near water, in direct sunlight, or near a heating device.
    Do not place heavy objects such as books or bags on the unit.

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    Power Safety
    Only use the supplied power cord.
    Do not place anything on the power cord. Place the power cord where it will not be in the way of
    foot traffic.
    Remove the batteries from the remote control when storing or not in use for a prolonged period.

    Replacing the Lamp
    Replacing the lamp can be hazardous if done incorrectly. See Replacing the Projection Lamp on page 34
    for clear and safe instructions for this procedure. Before replacing the lamp:
    Unplug the power cord.
    Allow the lamp to cool for about one hour.

    Cleaning the Projector
    Unplug the power cord before cleaning. See Cleaning the Projector on page 37.
    Allow the lamp to cool for about one hour.

    Regulatory Warnings
    Before installing and using the projector, read the regulatory notices in the Regulatory Compliance section
    on page 52.

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    Main Features


    Lightweight unit, easy to pack away and transport.



    Compatible with all major video standards including NTSC, PAL, and SECAM.



    A high brightness rating allows for presentations in daylight or in lit rooms.



    Supports resolutions up to SXGA at 16.7 million colors to deliver crisp, clear images.



    Flexible setup allows for front, rear projections.



    Line-of-vision projections remain square, with advanced keystone correction for angled
    projections.



    Input source automatically detected.

    About this manual
    This manual is intended for end users and describes how to install and operate the DLP projector. Wherever possible, relevant information—such as an illustration and its description—has been kept on one
    page. This printer-friendly format is both for your convenience and to help save paper, thereby protecting
    the environment. It is suggested that you only print sections that are relevant to your needs.

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    Table of Contents
    GETTING STARTED .......................................................................................................................................................... 1
    PACKING CHECKLIST ........................................................................................................................................................... 1
    VIEWS OF PROJECTOR PARTS ............................................................................................................................................... 2
    Top view—On-screen Display (OSD) buttons and LEDs ............................................................................................... 3
    Rear view ........................................................................................................................................................................ 4
    Bottom view..................................................................................................................................................................... 5
    REMOTE CONTROL PARTS ................................................................................................................................................... 6
    REMOTE CONTROL OPERATING RANGE ............................................................................................................................... 8
    PROJECTOR AND REMOTE CONTROL BUTTONS .................................................................................................................... 8
    Remote Control ............................................................................................................................................................... 8
    SETUP AND OPERATION................................................................................................................................................. 9
    INSERTING THE REMOTE CONTROL BATTERIES ................................................................................................................... 9
    CONNECTING INPUT DEVICES ............................................................................................................................................ 10
    STARTING AND SHUTTING DOWN THE PROJECTOR ............................................................................................................. 11
    SETTING AN ACCESS PASSWORD (SECURITY LOCK) .......................................................................................................... 12
    ADJUSTING THE PROJECTOR LEVEL ................................................................................................................................... 14
    ADJUSTING THE ZOOM, FOCUS AND KEYSTONE ................................................................................................................ 15
    ADJUSTING THE VOLUME .................................................................................................................................................. 16
    ON-SCREEN DISPLAY (OSD) MENU SETTINGS....................................................................................................... 17
    OSD MENU CONTROLS ..................................................................................................................................................... 17
    Navigating the OSD ...................................................................................................................................................... 17
    SETTING THE OSD LANGUAGE .......................................................................................................................................... 18
    OSD MENU OVERVIEW ..................................................................................................................................................... 19
    OSD SUB-MENU OVERVIEW ............................................................................................................................................. 20
    IMAGE MENU ..................................................................................................................................................................... 21
    Advanced Feature ......................................................................................................................................................... 22
    Color Manager.............................................................................................................................................................. 23
    COMPUTER MENU.............................................................................................................................................................. 24
    VIDEO/AUDIO MENU ......................................................................................................................................................... 25
    Audio............................................................................................................................................................................. 26
    INSTALLATION I MENU ...................................................................................................................................................... 27
    Advanced....................................................................................................................................................................... 28
    INSTALLATION II MENU .................................................................................................................................................... 29
    Advanced Feature ......................................................................................................................................................... 30
    OSD Menu Setting......................................................................................................................................................... 31
    Peripheral Test.............................................................................................................................................................. 31
    Lamp Hour Reset .......................................................................................................................................................... 32
    Factory Reset ................................................................................................................................................................ 32
    Status............................................................................................................................................................................. 33
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    MAINTENANCE AND SECURITY................................................................................................................................. 34
    REPLACING THE PROJECTION LAMP................................................................................................................................... 34
    Resetting the Lamp........................................................................................................................................................ 36
    CLEANING THE PROJECTOR................................................................................................................................................ 37
    Cleaning the Lens ......................................................................................................................................................... 37
    Cleaning the Case ......................................................................................................................................................... 37
    USING THE KENSINGTON® LOCK ....................................................................................................................................... 38
    TROUBLESHOOTING ..................................................................................................................................................... 39
    COMMON PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS ............................................................................................................................... 39
    TIPS FOR TROUBLESHOOTING ............................................................................................................................................ 39
    LED ERROR MESSAGES .................................................................................................................................................... 40
    IMAGE PROBLEMS .............................................................................................................................................................. 40
    LAMP PROBLEMS ............................................................................................................................................................... 41
    REMOTE CONTROL PROBLEMS .......................................................................................................................................... 41
    AUDIO PROBLEMS ............................................................................................................................................................. 41
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    HAVING THE PROJECTOR SERVICED .................................................................................................................................. 41
    SPECIFICATIONS............................................................................................................................................................. 42
    SPECIFICATIONS................................................................................................................................................................. 42
    Input Connectors........................................................................................................................................................... 42
    PROJECTION DISTANCE VS. PROJECTION SIZE .................................................................................................................... 43
    Projection Distance and Size Table .............................................................................................................................. 43
    TIMING MODE TABLE ........................................................................................................................................................ 44
    RS232C SETTING .............................................................................................................................................................. 46
    Communication Parameter Setup ................................................................................................................................. 46
    Control Command Structure......................................................................................................................................... 47
    Operation Command..................................................................................................................................................... 47
    Remote Command ......................................................................................................................................................... 48
    Set Value Command...................................................................................................................................................... 48
    Data Range ................................................................................................................................................................... 49
    Query Command ........................................................................................................................................................... 49
    Response message......................................................................................................................................................... 50
    PROJECTOR DIMENSIONS ................................................................................................................................................... 51
    REGULATORY COMPLIANCE ..................................................................................................................................... 52
    FCC WARNING .................................................................................................................................................................. 52
    CANADA ............................................................................................................................................................................ 52
    SAFETY CERTIFICATIONS ................................................................................................................................................... 52

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    GETTING STARTED
    Packing Checklist
    Carefully unpack the projector and check that the following items are included:

    DLP PROJECTOR

    REMOTE CONTROL
    (WITH ONE 3V CR2025
    BATTERY)

    RGB CABLE

    POWER CORD

    AUDIO CABLE
    (OPTIONAL)

    COMPONENT CABLE
    (OPTIONAL)

    VIDEO CABLE
    (OPTIONAL)

    S-VIDEO CABLE
    (OPTIONAL)

    RGB TO COMPONENT
    ADAPTER (OPTIONAL)

    CARRYING CASE

    CD-ROM
    (THIS USER’S MANUAL)

    Contact your dealer immediately if any items are missing, appear damaged, or if the unit does not work. It
    is recommend that you keep the original packing material should you ever need to return the equipment
    for warranty service.

    Caution:
    Avoid using the projector in dusty environments.

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    Views of Projector Parts

    ITEM

    LABEL

    DESCRIPTION

    SEE PAGE:

    1.

    IR receiver

    Receiver for IR signal from remote control

    2.

    Lens cap

    Covers lens to protect when not in use

    3.

    Height-adjuster button

    Push to release height adjuster

    4.

    Height adjuster

    Adjusts level of projector

    5.

    Lens

    Remove lens cap before use

    6.

    Zoom ring

    Enlarges the projected image

    7.

    Focus ring

    Focuses the projected image

    8.

    Function keys

    See Top view—On-screen Display (OSD) buttons and
    LEDs.

    3

    9.

    Height adjuster

    Adjusts level of projector

    14

    6

    14

    15

    Important:
    Ventilation openings on the projector allow for good air circulation, which keeps the projector lamp
    cool. Do not obstruct any of the ventilation openings.

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    Top view—On-screen Display (OSD) buttons and LEDs

    ITEM
    1.

    LABEL
    MENU

    2.

    OVER TEMP LED

    3.

    LAMP LED

    4.

    POWER LED

    DESCRIPTION
    Open and exits the OSD buttons
    On

    System over temperature

    Off

    Normal State

    Flashing

    Error Code (see LED Error Messages on page 40)

    Green

    Power On

    Off

    Power Off (AC Off)

    Flashing

    Error code

    SOURCE

    Detects the input device

    S (Up cursor) /

    Navigates and changes settings in the OSD
    Quick Menu – For Keystone

    T (Down cursor) /
    VOLUME

    Navigates and changes settings in the OSD
    Quick Menu – For Volume

    8.

    X (Right cursor)

    Navigates and changes settings in the OSD

    9.

    POWER

    5.
    6.
    7.

    10.

    KEYSTONE

    W (Left cursor) /
    AUTO

    SEE
    PAGE:

    17

    10

    17

    Turns the projector On or Off

    11

    Navigates and changes settings in the OSD
    Optimizes image size, position, and resolution

    17

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    Rear view

    ITEM

    LABEL

    DESCRIPTION

    SEE PAGE:

    1.

    Kensington Lock

    Secure to permanent object with a Kensington® Lock
    system

    38

    2.

    AC IN

    Connect the POWER CABLE

    11

    3.

    VIDEO IN

    Connect the VIDEO CABLE from a video device

    4.

    S-VIDEO IN

    Connect the S-VIDEO CABLE from a video device

    5.

    AUDIO IN

    Connect the AUDIO CABLE from the input device

    6.

    RS-232C IN

    Connect the RS-232C CABLE from a computer
    (CONTROL & SERVICE)

    7.

    RGB IN

    Connect the RGB CABLE from a computer or components

    10

    Note:
    If your video equipment has both S-VIDEO and RCA jacks (composite video) connect to the
    S-VIDEO connector. S-VIDEO provides a better quality signal.

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    Bottom view

    ITEM

    LABEL

    DESCRIPTION

    SEE PAGE:

    1.

    Lamp cover

    Remove when changing the lamp

    2.

    Height adjustor

    Adjuster drops down when adjuster button is pushed

    3.

    Height adjustor button

    Push to release adjustor

    4.

    Lens cap hook

    To fasten the lens cap cover

    5.

    Tilt adjustor

    Rotate adjuster lever to adjust angle position

    6.

    Ceiling support holes

    Contact your dealer for information on mounting the projector on a ceiling

    34
    14

    14

    Note:
    When installing, ensure that you use only UL Listed ceiling mounts.
    For ceiling installations, use approved mounting hardware and M4 screws with a maximum screw
    depth of 6 mm (0.23 inch).
    The construction of the ceiling mount must be of a suitable shape and strength. The ceiling mount
    load capacity must exceed the weight of the installed equipment, and as an additional precaution
    be capable of withstanding three times the weight of the equipment (not less than 5.15 kg) over a
    period of 60 seconds.

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    Remote Control Parts

    Important:
    1. Avoid using the projector with bright fluorescent lighting turned on. Certain high-frequency fluorescent lights can disrupt remote control operation.
    2. Be sure nothing obstructs the path between the remote control and the projector. If the path between the remote control and the projector is obstructed, you can bounce the signal off certain
    reflective surfaces such as projector screens.
    3. The buttons and keys on the projector have the same functions as the corresponding buttons on
    the remote control. This user’s manual describes the functions based on the remote control.

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    ITEM

    LABEL

    DESCRIPTION

    SEE PAGE:

    1.

    Up cursor

    Navigates and changes settings in the OSD

    2.

    Enter

    Changes settings in the OSD

    3.

    Power

    Turns the projector On or Off

    11

    4.

    Right cursor

    Navigates and changes settings in the OSD

    17

    5.

    Volume +

    Increase volume

    6.

    Volume -

    Decrease volume

    7.

    Mute

    Mutes the built-in speaker

    8.

    Freeze

    Freeze/unfreezes the on-screen picture

    9.

    Source

    Detects the input device

    10.

    Auto

    Auto adjustment for frequency, tracking, size, position (RGB only)

    11.

    Keystone top

    Corrects image-trapezoid (wider top) effect

    12.

    Keystone bottom

    Corrects image trapezoid (wider bottom) effect

    13.

    Down cursor

    Navigates and changes settings in the OSD

    14.

    Left cursor

    Navigates and changes settings in the OSD

    15.

    Menu

    Opens the OSD

    17

    16

    10

    15

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    Remote Control Operating Range
    The remote control uses infrared transmission to control the projector. It is not necessary to point the
    remote directly at the projector. Provided you are not holding the remote perpendicular to the sides or
    the rear of the projector, the remote will function well within a radius of about 7 meters (23 feet) and
    15 degrees above or below the projector level. If the projector does not respond to the remote control,
    move a little closer.

    Projector and Remote Control Buttons
    The projector can be operated using the remote control or the buttons on the top of the projector. All
    operations can be carried out with the remote control; however, the buttons on the projector are limited in use. The following illustration shows the corresponding buttons on the remote control and on
    the projector.

    Remote Control

    Some buttons on the projector have multiple functions. For example, item 1 on the projector functions
    as the keystone button and as the up cursor key.

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    SETUP AND OPERATION
    Inserting the Remote Control Batteries

    1.

    Remove the battery compartment cover
    by sliding the cover in the direction of
    the arrow (A). Pull out the cover (B).

    2.

    Insert the battery with the positive side
    facing up.

    3.

    Replace the cover.

    Caution:
    1. Only use a 3V lithium battery (CR2025).
    2. Dispose of used batteries according to local ordinance regulations.
    3. Remove the battery when not using the projector for prolonged periods.

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    Connecting Input Devices
    A PC or notebook computer and video devices can be connected to the projector at the same time. Video
    devices include DVD, VCD, and VHS players, as well as movie camcorders and digital still cameras.
    Check the user manual of the connecting device to confirm it has the appropriate output connector.

    ITEM

    LABEL

    DESCRIPTION

    A

    VIDEO IN

    Connect the VIDEO CABLE from a video device

    B

    S-VIDEO IN

    Connect the S-VIDEO CABLE from a video device

    C

    AUDIO IN

    D

    RS-232C IN

    E

    Connect the AUDIO CABLE from the computer’s audio-out connector.
    Connect the AUDIO CABLE (mini jack-to-RCA x 2) from a video device.
    Connect the RS-232C CABLE from a computer (CONTROL & SERVICE)
    Connect the RGB CABLE from a computer.

    RGB IN

    Connect DVD input YCbCr / YPbPr, through optional RGB to
    COMPONENT ADAPTOR.

    Warning:
    As a safety precaution, disconnect all power to the projector and connecting devices before making
    connections.

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    Starting and Shutting down the Projector

    1.

    Connect the power cord to the projector.
    Connect the other end to a wall outlet.
    The
    POWER LED on the projector
    lights.

    2.
    3.

    Turn on the connected devices.
    Then press the
    POWER button to
    turn on the projector.
    The projector splash screen displays and
    connected devices are detected.
    See Setting an Access Password
    (Security Lock) on page 12 if security
    lock is enabled.

    4.

    5.

    If more than one input device is connected, press the SOURCE button and
    use ▲▼ to scroll among devices.
    (Component is supported through the
    RGB to COMPONENT ADAPTER.)



    RGB: Analog RGB
    Component: DVD input YCbCr / YPbPr, or
    HDTV input YPbPr via HD15 connector



    Composite Video: Traditional composite video



    S-Video: Super video (Y/C separated)

    When the “Power Off? /Press Power
    again” message appears, press the
    POWER button. The projector turns off.

    Caution:
    1. Be sure to remove the lens cap before starting projector.
    2. Do not unplug the power cord until the POWER LED stops flashing–indicating the projector has
    cooled down.
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    Setting an Access Password (Security Lock)
    You can use the four (arrow) buttons to set a password and prevent unauthorized use of the projector. When enabled, the password must be entered after you power on the projector. (See Navigating
    the OSD on page 17 and Setting the OSD Language on page 18 for help on using OSD menus.)

    Important:
    Keep the password in a safe place. Without the password, you will not be able to use the projector.
    If you lose the password, contact your reseller for information on clearing the password.

    1.

    Press the MENU button to open the OSD
    menu.

    2.

    Press the cursor ◄► button to move to
    the Installation I menu.

    3.

    Press the cursor ▲▼ button to select
    Advanced.

    4.

    Press

    (Enter) / ►.

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    5.
    6.

    Press the cursor ▲▼ button to select
    Security Lock.

    Press the cursor ◄► button to enable or
    disable security lock function.
    A password dialog box automatically
    appears.

    7.

    You can use the cursor buttons ▲▼◄►
    either on keypad or IR remote control for
    password entry. You can use any
    combination including the same arrow five
    times, but not less than five.
    Press the cursor buttons in any order to set
    the password. Push the MENU button to
    exit the dialog box.

    8.

    The password confirm menu appears when
    user presses the power-on key in case the
    Security Lock is enabled.
    Enter the password in the order you set it
    at step 5. In case you forget the password,
    please contact the service center.
    Service center will validate the owner and
    help reset the password.

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    Adjusting the Projector Level
    Take note of the following when setting up the projector:



    The projector table or stand should be level and sturdy.



    Position the projector so that it is perpendicular to the screen.



    Ensure the cables are in a safe location. You could trip over them.

    1.

    To raise the level of the projector, lift the projector [A] and press the height-adjuster
    button [B].
    The height adjuster drops down [C].

    2.

    To lower the level of the projector, press the height-adjuster button and push down
    on the top of the projector.

    3.

    To adjust the angle of the picture, turn the tilt-adjuster [D] right or left until the
    desired angle has been achieved.

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    Adjusting the Zoom, Focus and Keystone

    1.

    Use the Image-zoom
    control (on the projector
    only) to resize the projected image and screen
    size B .

    2.

    Use the Image-focus
    control (on the projector
    only) to sharpen the projected image A .

    3.

    Press the Keystone
    buttons on the remote
    control or press S
    KEYSTONE and use W
    or X on the keypad to
    correct image-trapezoid
    (wider top or bottom)
    effect.
    Remote control and OSD panel

    4.

    The keystone control
    appears on the display.

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    Adjusting the Volume

    1.

    Press the Volume +/buttons on the remote
    control or press
    T VOLUME and use W
    or X on the keypad to
    adjust volume.

    Remote control and OSD panel

    2.

    The volume control
    appears on the display.
    See page 26.

    3.

    Press the MUTE button to
    turn off the volume (This
    feature is available only
    on the remote).

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    ON-SCREEN DISPLAY (OSD) MENU SETTINGS
    OSD Menu Controls
    The projector has an OSD that lets you make image adjustments and change various settings.

    Navigating the OSD
    You can use the remote control cursor buttons or the buttons on the top of the projector to navigate
    and make changes to the OSD. The following illustration shows the corresponding buttons on the remote control and on the projector.

    1. To enter the OSD, press the
    MENU button.
    2. There are five menus. Press
    the cursor ◄► button to
    move through the menus.
    3. Press the cursor ▲▼ button
    to move up and down in a
    menu.
    4. Press ◄► to change values
    for settings.
    5. Press MENU to close the
    OSD or leave a submenu.

    Note:
    Depending on the video source, not all items in the OSD are available. For example, the Horizontal/Vertical Position items in the Computer menu can only be modified when connected to a PC.
    Items that are not available cannot be accessed and are grayed out.

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    Setting the OSD Language
    Set the OSD language to your preference before continuing.

    1. Press the MENU button. Press the cursor ◄► button to navigate to Installation I.

    2. Press the cursor ▲▼ button until Language is highlighted.

    3. Press the cursor ◄► button until the language you want is highlighted.
    4. Press the MENU button twice to close the OSD.

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    OSD Menu Overview
    Use the following illustration to quickly find a setting or determine the range for a setting.

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    Image Menu
    Press the MENU button to open the OSD menu. Press the cursor ◄► button to move to the Image
    Menu. Press the cursor ▲▼ button to move up and down in the Image menu. Press ◄► to change
    values for settings.

    ITEM

    DESCRIPTION
    Press the cursor ◄► button to set the Didplay Mode.

    Display Mode

    Note: Regarding Display Mode, the parameter adjustments are disabled except for User
    mode.

    Brilliant Color

    Press the cursor ◄► button to adjust the Brilliant Color value.

    Brightness

    Press the cursor ◄► button to adjust the display brightness.

    Contrast

    Press the cursor ◄► button to adjust the display contrast.

    Sharpness

    Press the cursor ◄► button to adjust the display sharpness level.

    Gamma

    Press the cursor ◄► button to adjust the gamma correction of the display.

    Advanced

    Press

    (Enter) / ► to enter the Advanced menu. See Advanced Feature on page 22.

    Reset

    Press

    (Enter) / ► to reset all settings to default values.

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    Advanced Feature
    Press the Menu button to open the OSD menu. Press ◄► to move to the Image menu. Press ▼▲
    to move to the Advanced menu and then press Enter or ►. Press ▼▲ to move up and down in the
    Advanced1 menu.

    ITEM

    DESCRIPTION

    Color Space

    Press the cursor ◄► button to adjust the color space.
    (Range: Auto – RGB – YCbCr –YPbPr)

    Color Temperature

    Press the cursor ◄► button to adjust the color temperature.
    (Range: Normal ~ Cold)

    Color Manager

    Press
    (Enter) / ► to enter the color manager menu. (Range: Red-Green-Blue-CyanMagenta-Yellow-White). See page 23 for more information on Color Manager.

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    Color Manager
    Press

    (Enter) / ► to enter the Color Manager sub menu.

    ITEM

    DESCRIPTION

    Red

    Select to enter the Red Color Manager.
    Press the ◄► buttons to adjust the Hue, Saturation, and Gain.

    Green

    Select to enter the Green Color Manager.
    Press the ◄► buttons to adjust the Hue, Saturation, and Gain.

    Blue

    Select to enter the Blue Color Manager.
    Press the ◄► buttons to adjust the Hue, Saturation, and Gain.

    Cyan

    Select to enter the Cyan Color Manager.
    Press the ◄► buttons to adjust the Hue, Saturation, and Gain.

    Magenta

    Select to enter the Magenta Color Manager.
    Press the ◄► buttons to adjust the Hue, Saturation, and Gain.

    Yellow

    Select to enter the Yellow Color Manager.
    Press the ◄► buttons to adjust the Hue, Saturation, and Gain.

    White

    Select to enter the White Color Manager.
    Press the ◄► buttons to adjust the Red, Green, and Blue.

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    Computer Menu
    Press the MENU button to open the OSD menu. Press the cursor ◄► button to move to the Computer menu. Press the cursor ▲▼ button to move up and down in the computer menu. Press ◄► to
    change values for settings.

    ITEM

    DESCRIPTION

    Horizontal Position

    Press the cursor ◄► button to adjust the display position to left or right.

    Vertical Position

    Press the cursor ◄► button to adjust the display position to up or down.

    Frequency

    Press the cursor ◄► button to adjust the A/D sampling clock.

    Tracking

    Press the cursor ◄► button to adjust the A/D sampling dot.

    Auto Image

    Press

    (Enter) / ► to automatically adjustment for phase, tracking, size and position.

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    Video/Audio Menu
    Press the MENU button to open the OSD menu. Press the cursor ◄► button to move to the
    Video/Audio menu. Press the cursor ▲▼ button to move up and down in the Video/Audio menu.
    Press ◄► to change values for settings.

    ITEM

    DESCRIPTION

    Video AGC

    Press the ◄► buttons to enable or disable the Automatic Gain Control for video source.

    Video Saturation

    Press the ◄► buttons to adjust the video saturation.

    Video Tint

    Press the ◄► buttons to adjust the video tint/hue.
    Press the ◄► buttons to select a different film mode.

    Film Mode

    Note: Set up the projector for the best picture appearance for viewing movies.
    When you operate Film Mode, the projector will adjust 24 fps video from movie to 30
    fps video for display.
    It's not available to use this function in RGB-PC.

    Video Overscan

    Press the ◄► buttons to enable or disable video over scan.

    Audio

    Press

    (Enter) / ► to enter the Audio menu. See Audio on page 26.

    Reset

    Press

    (Enter) / ► to reset all settings to default values.

    Note:
    Video jagging may occur when playing interlace video. To overcome this issue, open the
    Video / Audio menu and adjust the Film Mode feature.

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    Audio
    Press

    (Enter) / ► to enter the Audio sub menu.

    ITEM

    DESCRIPTION

    Volume

    Press the ◄► buttons to adjust the audio volume.
    (Range: 0~8)

    Mute

    Press the ◄► buttons to turn on or off the speaker.

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    Installation I Menu
    Press the MENU button to open the OSD menu. Press the cursor ◄► button to move to the Installation I menu. Press the cursor ▲▼ button to move up and down in the Installation I menu. Press
    ◄► to change values for settings.

    ITEM

    DESCRIPTION

    Language

    Press the cursor ◄► button to select a different localization Menu.

    Blank Screen

    Press the cursor ◄► button to select different color to blank the screen.

    Projection

    Press the cursor ◄► button to choose from four projection methods.

    Aspect Ratio

    Press the cursor ◄► button to adjust the video aspect ratio.

    Keystone

    Press the cursor ◄► button to adjust the display keystone.

    Digital Zoom

    Press the cursor ◄► button to adjust the Digital Zoom menu. (Range: -10 ~ +10)

    Advanced

    Press

    (Enter) / ► to enter the Advanced menu.

    Reset

    Press

    (Enter) / ► to reset all settings to default values.

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    Advanced
    Press

    (Enter) / ► to enter the Advanced sub menu.

    ITEM

    DESCRIPTION

    Security Lock

    Press the cursor ◄► button to enable or disable security lock function.

    Keypad Lock

    Press the cursor ◄► button to enable or disable keypad lock function.

    Wall Color

    Press the cursor ◄► button to choose from six wall colors:
    Off/ Light yellow/ Pink/ Light Green/ Blue/ Blackboard

    Presentation Timer

    Press

    (Enter) / ► to enter Presentation Timer function.

    Presentation Timer
    Press
    (Enter) / ► to enter the Presentation Timer sub menu.

    ITEM

    DESCRIPTION

    Time Alarm

    Press the cursor ◄► button to adjust the Time Alarm (Range: off to 60).

    Time Keeper

    Press the cursor ◄► button to adjust the Time Keeper (Range: off to 60).

    Start Counting

    Press

    (Enter) / ► to begin the Time Alarm or Time Keeper functions.

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    Installation II Menu
    Press the MENU button to open the OSD menu. Press the cursor ◄► button to move to the Installation II menu. Press the cursor ▲▼ button to move up and down in the Installation II menu.

    ITEM

    DESCRIPTION

    Auto Source

    Press the cursor ◄► button to enable or disable automatic source detection. (Range: On ~ Off)

    Auto Power Off
    (min.)

    Press the cursor ◄► button to enable or disable automatic shutdown of lamp when no signal.

    Auto Power On

    Press the cursor ◄► button to enable or disable automatic power On when AC power is supplied.

    Fan Speed

    Press the cursor ◄► button to toggle between Normal and High fan speeds.
    Note: We recommend selecting high speed in high temperatures, high humidity, or high
    altitude areas.

    Lamp Mode

    Press the cursor ◄► button to select the lamp mode for higher brightness or lower brightness
    to save lamp life.

    Advanced

    Press

    (Enter) / ► to enter the Advanced menu. See Advanced Feature on page 30.

    Factory Reset

    Press

    (Enter) / ► to reset all items to factory preset values.

    Status

    Press

    (Enter) / ► to enter the Status menu. See page 33 for more information on Status.

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    Advanced Feature
    Press the Menu button to open the OSD menu. Press ◄► to move to the Installation II menu.
    Press ▲▼ to move to the Advanced menu and then press Enter or ►. Press ▲▼ to move up and
    down in the Advanced menu. Press ◄► to change values for setting.

    ITEM

    DESCRIPTION

    OSD Menu Setting

    Press
    (Enter) / ► to enter the OSD setting menu. See page 31 for more information on
    OSD Menu Setting.

    Peripheral Test

    Press
    (Enter) / ► to enter the Peripheral Test menu. See page 31 for more information on
    Peripheral Test.

    Lamp Hour Reset

    After replacing the lamp, this item should be reset. See page 32 for more information on Lamp
    Hour Reset.

    Low Power Mode

    Press the cursor ◄► button to enable or disable Low Power Mode. (Range: On ~ Off)

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    OSD Menu Setting

    ITEM

    DESCRIPTION

    Menu Position

    Press ◄► button to select different OSD location.

    Translucent Menu

    Press ◄► button to select OSD background translucent level.

    Menu Display

    Press ◄► button to select OSD timeout delay.

    Peripheral Test

    ITEM

    DESCRIPTION

    Remote Control Test

    Press

    (Enter) / ► to test the IR remote controller for diagnostic.

    Color Test

    Press

    (Enter) / ► to select different colors on screen.

    Button Test

    Press

    (Enter) / ► to test the button on keypad.

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    Lamp Hour Reset

    Please refer to Resetting the Lamp on page 36 to reset the lamp hour counter.

    Factory Reset
    Press the cursor ▲▼ button to move up and down in the Installation II menu. Select the Factory
    (Enter) / ► to reset all the menu items to the factory default values.
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    Status
    Press the cursor ▲▼ button to move up and down in the Installation II menu. Select the
    Installation II sub menu and press
    (Enter) / ► to enter the Status sub menu.

    ITEM

    DESCRIPTION

    Active Source

    Display the activated source.

    Video Information

    Displays resolution/video information for RGB source and color standard for Video source.

    Lamp Hours

    Lamp hour used information is displayed. Eco and Normal counters are separated.

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    MAINTENANCE AND SECURITY
    Replacing the Projection Lamp
    The projection lamp should be replaced when it burns out. It should only be replaced with a certified
    replacement part, which you can order from your local dealer.

    Important:
    a. The fluorescent lamp used in this product contains a small amount of mercury
    b. Do not dispose this product with general household waste.
    c. Disposal of this product must be carried out in accordance with the regulations of your local
    authority.

    Warning:
    Be sure to turn off and unplug the projector at least 30 minutes before replacing the lamp. Failure to
    do so could result in a severe burn.

    1.

    Loosen the captive screw on
    the lamp compartment cover.

    2.

    Remove the lamp compartment cover.

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    3.

    Remove the three screws from
    the lamp module.

    4.

    Lift the module handle up.

    5.

    Disconnect the lamp connector.

    6.

    Pull firmly on the module
    handle to remove the lamp
    module.

    7.

    Reverse steps 1 to 6 to install
    the new lamp module.
    While installing, align the
    lamp module with the
    connector and ensure it is level
    to avoid damage.
    Note: The lamp module must
    sit securely in place and the
    lamp connector must be connected properly before
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    Resetting the Lamp
    After replacing the lamp, you should reset the lamp hour counter to zero. Refer to the following:

    1.

    Press the MENU button to open the
    OSD menu.

    2.

    Press the cursor ◄► button to move
    to the Installation II menu. Press the
    cursor button to move down to
    Advanced.

    3.

    Press the cursor ▼▲ button to move
    down to Lamp Hour Reset.

    4.

    Press the cursor ► or Enter button.
    A message screen appears.

    5.

    Press ▼▲◄► buttons to reset the
    lamp hour.

    6.

    Press the MENU button to get back
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    Cleaning the Projector
    Cleaning the projector to remove dust and grime will help ensure trouble-free operation.

    Warning:
    1. Be sure to turn off and unplug the projector at least 30 minutes before cleaning. Failure to do so
    could result in a severe burn.
    2. Use only a dampened cloth when cleaning. Do not allow water to enter the ventilation openings
    on the projector.
    3. If a little water gets into the projector interior while cleaning, leave unplugged in a well-ventilated
    room for several hours before using.
    4. If a lot of water gets into the projector interior when cleaning, have the projector serviced.

    Cleaning the Lens
    You can purchase optic lens cleaner from most camera stores. Refer to the following to clean the projector lens.

    1. Apply a little optic lens cleaner to a clean soft cloth. (Do not apply the cleaner directly to the lens.)
    2. Lightly wipe the lens in a circular motion.
    Caution:
    1. Do not use abrasive cleaners or solvents.
    2. To prevent discoloration or fading, avoid getting cleaner on the projector case.

    Cleaning the Case
    Refer to the following to clean the projector case.

    1. Wipe off dust with a clean dampened cloth.
    2. Moisten the cloth with warm water and mild detergent (such as used to wash dishes), and then wipe
    the case.
    3. Rinse all detergent from the cloth and wipe the projector again.
    Caution:
    To prevent discoloration or fading of the case, do not use abrasive alcohol-based cleaners.

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    Using the Kensington® Lock
    If you are concerned about security, attach the projector to a permanent object with the Kensington
    slot and a security cable.

    Note:
    Contact your vendor for details on purchasing a suitable Kensington security cable.
    The security lock corresponds to Kensington’s MicroSaver Security System. If you have any comment, contact: Kensington, 2853 Campus Drive, San Mateo, CA 94403, U.S.A. Tel: 800-535-4242,
    http://www.Kensington.com.

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    TROUBLESHOOTING
    Common problems and solutions
    These guidelines provide tips to deal with problems you may encounter while using the projector. If
    the problem remains unsolved, contact your dealer for assistance.
    Often after time spent troubleshooting, the problem is traced to something as simple as a loose connection. Check the following before proceeding to the problem-specific solutions.



    Use some other electrical device to confirm that the electrical outlet is working.



    Ensure the projector is turned on.



    Ensure all connections are securely attached.



    Ensure the attached device is turned on.



    Ensure a connected PC is not in suspending mode.



    Ensure a connected notebook computer is configured for an external display.
    (This is usually done by pressing an Fn-key combination on the notebook.)

    Tips for Troubleshooting
    In each problem-specific section, try the steps in the order suggested. This may help you to solve the
    problem more quickly.
    Try to pin point the problem and thus avoid replacing non-defective parts.
    For example, if you replace batteries and the problem remains, put the original batteries back and go
    to the next step.
    Keep a record of the steps you take when troubleshooting: The information may be useful when calling for technical support or for passing on to service personnel.

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    LED Error Messages
    ERROR CODE MESSAGES

    POWER LED
    BLINK

    OVER TEMP
    LED

    LAMP LED
    BLINK

    Over temperature

    0

    ON

    0

    Thermal break status error

    4

    0

    0

    Lamp error

    5

    0

    0

    Fan1 error

    6

    0

    1

    Fan2 error

    6

    0

    2

    Fan3 error

    6

    0

    3

    Lamp door open

    7

    0

    0

    DMD error

    8

    0

    0

    Color wheel error

    9

    0

    0

    In the event of an error, please disconnect the AC power cord and wait for one (1) minute before
    restarting the projector. If the Power or Lamp LEDs are still blinking or the Over Temp LED is lit,
    contact your service center.

    Image Problems
    Problem: No image appears on the screen
    1. Verify the settings on your notebook or desktop PC.
    2. Turn off all equipment and power up again in the correct order.

    Problem: The image is blurred
    1. Adjust the Focus on the projector.
    2. Press the Auto button on the remote control or projector.
    3. Ensure the projector-to-screen distance is within the 10-meter (33-feet) specified range.
    4. Check that the projector lens is clean.

    Problem: The image is wider at the top or bottom (trapezoid effect)
    1. Position the projector so it is as perpendicular to the screen as possible.
    2. Use the Keystone button on the remote control or projector to correct the problem.

    Problem: The image is reversed
    Check the Projection setting on the Installation I menu of the OSD.

    Problem: The image is streaked
    1. Set the Frequency and Tracking settings on the Computer menu of the OSD to the default settings.
    2. To ensure the problem is not caused by a connected PC’s video card, connect to another
    computer.

    Problem: The image is flat with no contrast
    Adjust the Contrast setting on the Image menu of the OSD.

    Problem: The color of the projected image does not match the source image.
    Adjust the Color Temperature and Gamma settings on the Image menu of the OSD.

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    Lamp Problems
    Problem: There is no light from the projector
    1. Check that the power cable is securely connected.
    2. Ensure the power source is good by testing with another electrical device.
    3. Restart the projector in the correct order and check that the Power LED is green.
    4. If you have replaced the lamp recently, try resetting the lamp connections.
    5. Replace the lamp module.
    6. Put the old lamp back in the projector and have the projector serviced.

    Problem: The lamp goes off
    1. Power surges can cause the lamp to turn off. Re-plug power cord. When the Ready LED
    is on, press the power button.
    2. Replace the lamp module.
    3. Put the old lamp back in the projector and have the projector serviced.

    Remote Control Problems
    Problem: The projector does not respond to the remote control
    1. Direct the remote control towards remote sensor on the projector.
    2. Ensure the path between remote and sensor is not obstructed.
    3. Turn off any fluorescent lights in the room.
    4. Check the battery polarity.
    5. Replace the batteries.
    6. Turn off other Infrared-enabled devices in the vicinity.
    7. Have the remote control serviced.

    Audio Problems
    Problem: There is no sound
    1. Adjust the volume on the remote control.
    2. Adjust the volume of the audio source.
    3. Check the audio cable connection.
    4. Test the source audio output with other speakers.
    5. Have the projector serviced.

    Problem: The sound is distorted
    1. Check the audio cable connection.
    2. Test the source audio output with other speakers.
    3. Have the projector serviced.

    Having the Projector Serviced
    If you are unable to solve the problem, you should have the projector serviced. Pack the projector in
    the original carton. Include a description of the problem and a checklist of the steps you took when
    trying to fix the problem: The information may be useful to service personnel. For servicing, return the
    projector to the place you purchased it.

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    SPECIFICATIONS
    Specifications
    Model

    BS254

    BX254

    BX324

    Display type

    TI DMD 0.55-inch SVGA

    TI DMD 0.55-inch XGA

    Resolution

    SVGA 800x600 Native

    XGA 1024x768 Native
    1.5 meters ~ 12 meters

    Projection distance

    36 to 243 inch (can overdrive to 300")

    Projection screen size

    Manual Focus/Manual Zoom

    Projection lens

    1.1

    Zoom ratio
    Vertical keystone
    correction

    +/- 15 degrees

    Projection methods

    Front, Rear, Desktop/Ceiling (Rear, Front)

    Data compatibility

    IBM PC or compatibles (VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA), Mac
    480i, 576i, 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i

    SDTV/EDTV/ HDTV

    NTSC/NTSC 4.43, PAL (B/G/H/I/M/N/60), SECAM

    Video compatibility
    H-Sync

    15, 30 – 91.4 kHz

    V-Sync

    43 – 87 Hz

    Safety certification

    FCC-B, UL, cUL, TUV, CB, CE, PCT, SASO, NOM, KC and CCC
    5° ~ 35°C

    Operation temperature

    262 mm (W) x 89 mm (H) x 194 mm (D)

    Dimensions
    AC Input

    AC Universal 100 ~ 240, Typical @ 110VAC (100~240)/+-10%
    Typical 230W (Normal mode);
    Typical 205W (Eco mode)

    Power consumption

    <1 watts

    Stand By

    Normal Mode: 180W;
    Eco Mode: 160W

    Lamp

    Normal Mode: 240W;
    Eco Mode: 180W

    1.5W mono speaker

    Audio speaker

    RGB

    PC

    Composite video (RCA X 1)

    Video

    S-Video (Mini-DIN)
    Mini-jack

    Audio

    Kensington lock

    Security

    Input Connectors
    PC
    Video

    Typical 300W (Normal mode);
    Typical 230W (Eco mode)

    RGB
    RS-232C (CONTROL & SERVICE)
    Composite video (RCAx1)
    S-Video (Mini-DIN)

    Audio

    Mini-jack

    Security

    Kensington slot
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    Projection Distance vs. Projection Size

    Projection Distance and Size Table
    ITEM

    TELE

    WIDE

    Distance (m)

    1.32

    3.58

    4.39

    8.78

    1.57

    3.14

    3.93

    11.77

    Diagonal (inches)

    30

    80

    100

    200

    40

    80

    100

    300

    Keystone (degree)

    12.5

    12.5

    12.5

    12.5

    13.9

    13.9

    13.9

    13.9

    Image Height (mm)

    457

    1219

    1524

    3048

    610

    1219

    1524

    4572

    Image Width (mm)

    610

    1626

    2032

    4064

    813

    1626

    2032

    6096

    A (mm)

    64

    171

    213

    427

    85

    171

    213

    640

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    Timing Mode Table
    The projector can display several resolutions. The following table outlines the resolutions that can be
    displayed by the projector.

    RESOLUTION

    H-SYNC
    (KHZ)

    V-SYNC
    (HZ)

    NTSC



    15.734

    60.0

    O





    PAL/SECAM



    15.625

    50.0

    O





    640 x350*

    31.5

    70.0





    O

    640 x350*

    37.9

    85.0





    O

    640 x400*

    37.9

    85.0





    O

    640 x 480

    31.5

    60.0





    O

    640 x 480

    37.9

    72.0





    O

    640 x 480

    37.5

    75.0





    O

    640 x 480

    43.3

    85.0





    O

    800 x 600

    35.2

    56.0





    O

    800 x 600

    37.9

    60.0





    O

    800 x 600

    48.1

    72.2





    O

    800 x 600

    46.9

    75.0





    O

    800 x 600

    53.7

    85.0





    O

    1024 x 768

    48.4

    60.0





    O

    1024 x 768

    56.5

    70.0





    O

    1024 x 768

    60.0

    75.0





    O

    1024 x 768

    68.7

    85.0





    O

    1440 x 900

    55.6

    60.0





    O

    1280 x 1024

    63.98

    60.0





    O

    1280 x 1024

    79.98

    75.0





    O

    1400 x 1050#

    65.3

    60.0





    O

    1400 x 1050#

    64.7

    60.0





    O

    640 x 480

    34.98

    66.66





    O

    640 x 480

    35.0

    66.68





    O

    832 x 624

    49.725

    74.55





    O

    1024 x 768

    60.24

    75.0





    O

    1152 x 870

    68.68

    75.06





    O

    480i

    15.734

    60



    O



    576i

    15.625

    50



    O



    480p

    31.469

    60



    O



    576p

    31.25

    50



    O



    SIGNAL

    VESA

    Apple Macintosh

    SDTV
    EDTV

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    COMPOSITE
    COMPONENT RGB
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    SIGNAL

    RESOLUTION

    H-SYNC
    (KHZ)

    V-SYNC
    (HZ)

    720p

    37.5

    50



    O



    720p

    45.0

    60



    O



    1080i

    33.8

    60



    O



    1080i

    28.1

    50



    O



    HDTV

    COMPOSITE
    COMPONENT RGB
    / S-VIDEO

    *2 VGA modes: 640 x 350 @70Hz/ 640 x 350 @85Hz show up will mainly depends on DDP2431. It
    will display either 640 x 400 or 640 x 480. As for vertical Sync, it will follow each mode’s frequency
    accordingly.
    #2 VGA modes: 1400 x 1050 @60Hz this DPI for system constrain.
    O: Frequency supported
    —: Frequency not supported
    * : Displayable level
    The resolution of the panel for the BS254 is 800 x 600, 1024 X 768 is for BX254 and BX324.
    Resolution other than native resolution may display with uneven size of text or lines.
    HDTV timing: DVD player (main source), VG828 (secondary source).

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    RS232C Setting
    Connect the RS-232C input jack to an external control device (such as a computer) and control the
    Projector’s functions externally.
    Use the RS232C cable to control the projector externally.

    Communication Parameter Setup
    BAUD RATE:

    9600

    PARITY CHECK:

    None

    DATA BIT:

    8

    STOP BIT:

    1

    FLOW CONTROL

    None

    Minimum delay for next command: 1ms

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    Control Command Structure
    The command is structured by the Header code, command code, data code and end code. Most of
    the commands are structured except some for the compatibility issue with other projectors.

    HEADER CODE
    ASCII

    ‘~’

    COMMAND CODE

    DATA CODE

    Command

    Data

    END CODE
    CR

    Control Sequence
    The projector may send a return code after it received a command. If the command isn’t received correctly, the projector will not send the return code

    Operation Command
    The operation commands execute the basic operation setting of this projector.

    OPERATION

    ASCII

    Power On ※

    ~ P N CR ※

    Power Off

    ~ P F CR

    Auto Image

    ~ A I CR

    Lamp Hour Reset

    ~ R L CR

    Input Select RGB

    ~ S R CR

    Input Select Video

    ~ S V CR

    Input Select S-Video

    ~ S S CR

    ※ Power On command will only work at system standby.
    CR : Carriage Return.

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    Remote Command
    The remote commands simulate the code send from IR remote handset.

    BUTTON’S NAME

    ASCII

    UP arrow

    ~ r U CR

    DOWN arrow

    ~ r D CR

    LEFT arrow

    ~ r L CR

    RIGHT arrow

    ~ r R CR

    POWER

    ~ r P CR

    INPUT

    ~ r I CR

    AUTO

    ~ r A CR

    KEYSTONE+

    ~ r K CR

    KEYSTONE-

    ~ r J CR

    MENU

    ~ r M CR

    STATUS

    ~ r S CR

    MUTE

    ~ r T CR

    ZOOM+

    ~ r Z CR

    ZOOM-

    ~ r Y CR

    BLANK

    ~ r B CR

    FREEZE

    ~ r F CR

    VOLUME+

    ~ r V CR

    VOLUME-

    ~ r W CR

    Enter

    ~ r N CR

    Set Value Command
    ITEM

    ASCII

    Brightness

    ~ s B ? CR ※

    Contrast

    ~ s C ? CR

    Color

    ~ s R ? CR

    Tint

    ~ s N ? CR

    Scaling

    ~ s A ? CR

    Color Temperature

    ~ s T ? CR

    Projection Mode

    ~ s J ? CR

    ※ ? : ASCII Data

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    Data Range
    ITEM

    SET DATA RANGE

    SOURCE

    Brightness

    0 ~ 100

    ALL

    Contrast

    0 ~ 100

    ALL

    Color

    0 ~ 100

    Video/S-Video/Component

    Tint

    0 ~ 100

    Video/S-Video/Component

    Scaling

    0: Fill 1: 4:3 2: 16:9 3 :Letter Box 4 :Native

    ALL

    Color Temperature

    0: Cold 1:Normal 2:Warm

    ALL

    Projection Mode

    0: Front 1:Rear 2:Rear+Ceiling 3:Ceiling

    ALL

    Attention: Data range may be different for different models
    Example 1. Adjust Brightness value to 100
    Send Command : ~sB100CR
    Example 2. Adjust Color Temperature to Warm
    Send Command : ~sT2CR

    Query Command
    ITEM

    ASCII

    Power State

    ~ q P CR

    Input Select

    ~ q S CR

    Lamp Hours

    ~ q L CR

    Brightness

    ~ q B CR

    Contrast

    ~ q C CR

    Color (Video)

    ~ q R CR

    Tint (Video)

    ~ q N CR

    Scaling

    ~ q A CR

    Color Temperature

    ~ q T CR

    Projection Mode

    ~ q J CR

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    Response message
    ITEM

    RESPONSE MESSAGE EXAMPLES

    Power State

    On Off

    Input Select

    RGB Video S-Video Component

    Lamp Hours

    2000

    Brightness

    100

    Contrast

    100

    Color (Video)

    100

    Tint (Video)

    100

    Scaling

    Fill 4:3 16:9 LetterBox Native

    Color Temperature

    Cold Normal Warm

    Projection Mode

    Front Rear+Ceiling Rear Ceiling

    Example 1. Get Brightness value
    Send Command : ~qBCR
    Response : 100
    Example 2. Get Color Temperature
    Send Command : ~qTCR
    Response : Warm

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    Projector Dimensions

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    REGULATORY COMPLIANCE
    FCC 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 when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.
    This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
    used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which
    case the user will be required to correct the interference at his/her own expense.
    Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the parties responsible for compliance could
    void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

    Canada
    This class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.

    Safety Certifications
    FCC-B, UL, cUL, TUV, CB, CE, PCT, SASO, NOM, KC and CCC.

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