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    User ManualPicoPix Max OnePortable projectorPPX520Register your product and get support atwww.philips.com/support
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    Table of contentsIntroduction37Dear customer3Built-in battery care15About this user manual3Cleaning15Whats in the box3Update software15Customer service centre3Troubleshooting161General safety information 48 Appendix18Setting up the product 4Technical data18Repairs 4CE statement19Power supply5FCC statement192 Overview5Canada regulatory compliance19Top view5Other notice19Front view5Rear view 6Remote control 63 Connect7HDMI connection for image projection7USB-C connection for image projection74 Operation 8Place the projector 8Connect power supply 8Prepare the remote control 8Power on and set up 9Placement options105 Other features11Listen through external speakers orheadphones11Charge a USB device 12Use easy link 126 Change settings 13Language settings 13Input source selection 13Picture settings 13Power control settings14Restore default settings14Other settings14Service 15
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    IntroductionDear customerWhats in the boxa Quick Start Guideb PicoPix Max One projector (PPX520/INT)c Transport bagThank you for purchasing this projector.d 2x power plug adapter (UK, US)We hope you enjoy this product and the manyfunctions it offers!e 2x AAA batteriesAbout this user manualThe quick start guide supplied with this productallows you to start using this product quicklyand easily. Detailed descriptions can be foundin the following sections of this user manual.Read the entire user manual carefully. Followall safety instructions in order to ensure properoperation of this product (see General safetyinformation, page 4). The manufactureraccepts no liability if these instructions are notfollowed.f 1x power adapterg Remote controlbaQuick StartGuidedcgeSymbols usedNoticefTroubleshootingThis symbol indicates tips that will helpyou in using this product more effectivelyand easily.DANGER!Customer service centreYou can find the support hotline in the warrantycard or online:Danger of personal injury!Web: www.philips.com/supportThis symbol gives warning of dangerof personal injury. Physical injury ordamage can result from improperhandling.Mail: philips.projector.eu@screeneo.comCAUTION!Damage to the product or loss of data!This symbol gives warning of damageto the product and possible loss ofdata. Damage can result from improperhandling.International Phone: +41 215 391 665Please ask your provider for international callcosts!Access the electronic user manual athttps://support.philipsprojection.comAccess the community forum athttps://community.philipsprojection.comIntroduction3
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    1 General safetyinformationDo not try to replace the built-in batteryyourself. Incorrect handling of the battery orusing the wrong type of battery can causedamage to the product or cause injury.DANGER!Take note of all warning and safety notesindicated. Do not make any changes or settingsthat are not described in this user manual.Incorrect operation, and improper handling canlead to physical injury, damage to the productor loss of data.Setting up the productThis product is for indoor use only. Place theproduct securely on a stable, flat surface.To help avoid possible injuries to persons ordamage to the product itself, position all cablesin such a way that no one will trip over them.Do not operate the product in damp rooms.Never touch the mains cable or the mainsconnection with wet hands.The product must have sufficient ventilationand must not be covered. Do not put theproduct in closed cabinets, boxes, or otherenclosures when in use. Do not cover the lensduring operation.Protect the product from direct sunlight,heat, intense temperature fluctuations andmoisture. Do not place the product in thevicinity of heaters or air conditioners. Observethe information on temperature listed in thetechnical data (see Technical data, page 18).Prolonged operation of the product causesthe surface to become warm hot. In case ofoverheating, the product automatically switchesto standby mode.Do not allow liquids to leak into the product.Turn off the product and disconnect it from themains supply if liquids or foreign substancesleaked into the product. Have the productinspected by an authorised service centre.Always handle the product with care. Avoidtouching the lens. Never place heavy or sharpobjects on the product or on the power cable.If the product gets too hot or emits smoke,shut it down immediately and unplug thepower cable. Have your product checked byan authorised service centre. Keep the productaway from open flames (e.g. candles).The product has built-in battery. Do notdissemble and modify. The built-in batteryshould be replaced by qualified service staffonly.4Risk of explosion with incorrect typeof batteries!There is a risk of explosion if the wrongbattery type is used.Do not expose the batteries (battery pack orembedded batteries) to excessive heat such assunshine, or open fire.Under the following conditions, a layer ofmoisture can appear inside the product whichcan lead to malfunctions:if the product is moved from a cold to awarm area; after a cold room is heated; when the product is placed in a damproom.Proceed as follows to avoid any moisturebuildup:1Seal the product in a plastic bag beforemoving it to another room, in order for it toadapt to room conditions.2Wait one to two hours before you take theproduct out of the plastic bag.The product should not be used in a very dustyenvironment. Dust particles and other foreignobjects may damage the product.Do not expose the product to extremevibrations. This may damage the internalcomponents.Do not allow children to handle the productwithout supervision. The packing materialsshould be kept out of the hands of children.For your own safety, do not use the productduring thunderstorms with lightning.RepairsDo not repair the product yourself. Impropermaintenance can result in injuries or damage tothe product. The product must be repaired byan authorised service centre.Please find the details of authorised servicecentres on the warranty card supplied with thisproduct.Do not remove the type label from this product,as this will void the warranty.Philips PicoPix Max One
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    Power supplyUse only a power adapter which is certified forthis product (see Technical data, page 18).Check whether the mains voltage of the powersupply matches the mains voltage available atthe setup location. This product complies withthe voltage type specified on the product.2 OverviewTop viewThe power outlet shall be installed near theproduct and shall be easily accessible.The capacity of the built-in battery diminisheswith time. If the product functions only with ACpower supply, the built-in battery is defective.Contact an authorised service centre to replacethe built-in battery.Max OneCAUTION!Always use theprojector off.button to turn theTurn off the product and unplug from thepower outlet before cleaning the surface(see Cleaning, page 15). Use a soft, lintfree cloth. Never use liquid, gaseous or easilyflammable cleaners (sprays, abrasives, polishes,alcohol). Do not allow any moisture to reachthe interior of the product.OKaa LED indicationbReturn to a previous menu screen.cDANGER!Risk of eye irritation!This product is equipped with a highpower LED (Light Emitting Diode),which emits very bright light. Do notlook directly into the projector lensduring operation. This could cause eyeirritation or damage.b c d dNavigate menu options.Decrease volume.Navigate menu options.Increase volume.Access the settings menu.Confirm a selection or entry.deFront viewaba Projection lensb Focus cameraAdjust image sharpness.Overview5
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    Rear viewabcRemote controld e f gabhHDMIUSBDCgOKcfdaPress and hold for one second to switchthe projector on or off. When the projector is switched on, theLED turns white. When the projector isswitched off, the LED turns off. When charging the projector, the LEDturns red regardless of the projectorswitching on or off.b IR sensorc HDMI portConnect to the HDMI output on a playbackdevice.ead3.5 mm audio output; connect to externalspeakers or headphones.e USB-A portConnect to power USB devices like AmazonFire TV stick, Roku streaming stick (notfor mass storage or media player).f USB-C Connect to the USB-C video output ona playback device. Charge a USB-C device like asmartphone.g DCConnect to the power supply.Quick access and select an inputsource.Access the settings menu.bConfirm a selection or entry.cActivate focus adjustment.dAccess the settings menu.e Volume controlIncrease, decrease or mute volume.fReturn to a previous menu screen.g Navigation buttonsNavigate menu options.hPress and hold for one second to switch theprojector on or off.6Philips PicoPix Max One
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    3 ConnectUSB-C connection forimage projectionNoticeYou need to connect the projector toan HDMI or USB-C device, so that theprojection screen can show images.Make sure all devices are disconnectedfrom the power outlet before establishingor changing any connections.Connect a USB-C device (e.g. a mobile phone,tablet or laptop) to the projector through USB-Cconnection. With this connection, images areshown on the projection screen, and audio isplayed on the projector.1HDMI connection for imageprojectionUsing a USB-C cable, connect theconnector on the projector to the USB-Cport on the playback device.HDMIUSBDCConnect a playback device (e.g. a Blu-rayplayer, gaming console, camcorder, digitalcamera or PC) to the projector through HDMIconnection. With this connection, images areshown on the projection screen, and audio isplayed on the projector.1Using an HDMI cable, connect the HDMIconnector on the projector to the HDMIoutput on the playback device.HDMIUSBDC2The projector automatically switches toHDMI input when HDMI connection ismade. The projection screen shows images.If the projection screen does not showimages, select HDMI input manually. Presson the remote control to access inputsource list, then select HDMI.2The projector automatically switches toUSB-C input when USB-C connection ismade. The projection screen shows images.If the projection screen does not showimages, select USB-C input manually. Presson the remote control to access inputsource list, then select USB-C.NoticeThe projector supports stereo audioformat only. If no audio from theplayback device is heard on theprojector, check that the audio outputformat is set to stereo on the playbackdevice.Connect7
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    4 OperationNoticeYou need to connect the projector toan HDMI or USB-C device, so that theprojection screen can show images (seeConnect, page 7).Place the projectorPlace the projector on a flat surface in front ofthe projection surface.described in the section of Operation byexternal power. When charging, the LED on the projectorturns red. When fully charged, the red LEDturns off. When powered on, the external powerwill be used first to run the projector andunused power will charge the battery. For faster charging, charge while theprojector is powered off.NoticeThe capacity of the built-in batterydiminishes with time. If the projectorfunctions only with external powersupply, the built-in battery is defective.Contact an authorised service centre toreplace the built-in battery.You can also install the projector in differentconfigurations (see Placement options, page10).Connect power supplyThe projector can be operated by eitherexternal power or built-in battery.Prepare the remote controlCAUTION!CAUTION!Always use thebutton to turn theprojector on and off.The improper use of batteries can leadto overheating, explosion, risk of fire andinjury. Leaking batteries can possiblydamage the remote control.Operation by external powerNever expose the remote control todirect sunlight.Connect the supplied power adapter to thesocket on the projector, and then to thewall outlet.Avoid deforming, dismantling or chargingthe batteries.aHDMIUSBDCAvoid exposure to open fire and water.bIf needed, select an appropriate power plugfor connecting to the wall outlet.To attach a supplied power plug to thepower adapter, align the slots on thepower plug with the two pins of the poweradapter, then slide the power plug in.Operation by built-in batteryThe projector can be also operated on built-inbattery for portability.Replace empty batteries immediately.Remove the batteries from the remotecontrol if not in use for long periods oftime.1Press and hold the battery compartmentcover, and simultaneously slide it open toaccess the battery compartment.2Insert the supplied batteries (type AAA)with correct polarity (+/- ) indicated.3Close the battery compartment.Charge the projectorCharge the projector for 1.5 hours before firstuse.Charge the projector when the low battery iconappears in the projection screen.8To charge the projector, connect theprojector to an external power supply asNoticePhilips PicoPix Max One
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    When using the remote control, point theremote control at the IR sensor locatedon the back of the projector, and makesure there is no obstacle between theremote control and the IR sensor.Power on and set up1Press and holdon the projector (oronthe remote control) for 1 second to switchthe projector on or off.When the projector is switched on, theLED on the projector turns white if theprojector is not being charged.When charging, the LED on theprojector turns red regardless of theprojector switching on or off.Image focus adjustmentPresson the remote control to turn focusadjustment on, then press / on the remotecontrol to adjust image clearness. Afteradjusting image clearness, pressto turnfocus adjustment off.Image shape correctionAuto correction (vertical keystone)The projector can automatically correct theimage to be rectangular when you tilt theprojector upwards or downwards.To enable auto vertical keystone correction,presson remote control to access thesettings menu, then navigate to select AutoKeystone - On.Set up the language1Presson the remote control to accessthe settings menu, then navigate to selectLanguage, and press OK.2Press/to select a language.Manual keystone (4-corner correction)You can manually adjust the image shape byre-positioning four corners of the projectionimage. This also lets you correct for left or rightposition of the projector.Change screen size1Make sure you have selected Auto Keystone- Off to enable this function. Pressonthe remote control to access the settingsmenu, then navigate to select ManualKeystone.2In the 4-corner correction interface, pressOK to select an image corner, then pressand hold / on the remote control toadjust the horizontal positioning values,and / on the remote control to adjustthe vertical positioning values. Repeat thesame step to adjust positioning values ofThe projection screen size (or size of images) isdetermined by the distance between the lensof the projector and the projection surface.The projection distance needs to be 1.2times the width of your desired screen size.You can also use the digital zoom to reducethe screen size up to 50%. Presson theremote control to access the settings menu,then navigate to select Digital Zoom, andpress OK. Then press / to adjust imagesize.Operation9
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    the other image corners if desired.Placement optionsYou can install the projector in the followingconfigurations. Follow the guidelines below fordifferent projector placement.NoticeFor overhead mounting on ceiling,purchase a projector mountrecommended by an installationprofessional and follow the instructionsthat come with the mount.Before mounting on the ceiling, makesure the ceiling can support the weightof the projector and mounting kit.Manual horizontal correctionYou can manually correct keystone or distortedimages in the horizontal orientation.1For ceiling installation, this productmust be securely attached to the ceilingin accordance with the installationinstructions. An improper ceilinginstallation may result in accident, injuryor damage.Make sure you have selected Auto Keystone- Off to enable this function. Pressonthe remote control to access the settingsmenu, then navigate to select ManualHoriz. Keyst.Front table2Press/1Place the projector on a table in front of theprojection screen. This is the most commonway to position the projector for quicksetup and portability.2To adjust projection to the correct position,presson remote control to access thesettings menu, then navigate to select Proj.Direc. - Front proj., then press OK.to adjust the image shape.CalibrationCorrect the image to be rectangular when theprojector is placed level, or if the auto keystonecorrection does not correct the image ideally.Perform image shape calibration as follows.1Make sure you have selected Auto Keystone- Off to enable this function. Place theprojector on the floor, or a straight (level)surface.2Presson the remote control to accessthe settings menu, then navigate to selectKeystone Calibration.Front ceiling110Mount the projector on the ceiling withupside up in front of the projection screen.A projector mount is required to mount theprojector on ceiling.Philips PicoPix Max One
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    5 Other featuresListen through externalspeakers or headphones2To adjust projection to the correct position,presson remote control to access thesettings menu, then navigate to select Proj.Direc. - Rev. front proj., then press OK.Connect external speakers or headphones tothe projector. With this connection, audio fromthe projector is played through the externalspeakers or headphones.DANGER!Danger of hearing damage!Before connecting the headphones,turn down the volume on the projector.Rear table1Do not use the projector over a longertime at high volume especially whenusing headphones. This could lead tohearing damage.Place the projector on a table behind theprojection screen. A special rear projectionscreen is required.1Using a 3.5 mm audio cable, connect theconnector on the projector to the analogueaudio input (3.5 mm jack, or red and whitejacks) on the external speakers.Or connect theconnector on theprojector to your headphones.2To adjust projection to the correct position,presson remote control to access thesettings menu, then navigate to select Proj.Direc. - Rear proj., then press OK.The speakers of the projector aredeactivated automatically when theexternal speakers or headphones areconnected to the projector.HDMIUSBDCRear ceiling12Mount the projector on ceiling with upsideup behind the projection screen. To mountthe projector on ceiling behind the screen,a projector mount and a special rearprojection screen is required.To adjust projection to the correct position,presson remote control to access thesettings menu, then navigate to select Proj.Direc. - Rev. rear proj., then press OK.When connecting to the headphones, use thevolume control on the remote control (or on theprojector) to adjust the volume to a comfortablelevel.Other features11
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    Charge a USB deviceUse easy linkYou can charge a USB device (e.g. smartphone,MP3 player or other mobile device).This projector supports easy link which usesthe HDMI CEC (Consumer Electronics Control)protocol. You can use a single remote controlto turn on or off the easy link compliantdevices that are connected through HDMI.The manufacturer does not guarantee 100%interoperability with all HDMI CEC devices.Charge via USB-A port1Using a USB-A cable, connect your USBdevice to the USB port on the projector.2Turn on the projector. The USB device startsto charge automatically.USB-A connection can also power aUSB device like Amazon Fire TV stick,Rokustreaming stick (not for mass storageor media player).1Make sure the projector is connected to anHDMI device which supports HDMI CECfunction (see HDMI connection for imageprojection, page 7).2To activate easy link function on thisprojector, presson remote control toaccess the settings menu, then navigate toselect CEC - On.Charge via USB-C port1Using a USB-C cable, connect your USB-Cdevice to the USB-C port on the projector.2Turn on the projector. Make sure USB-Cdevice charing function is activated. Presson remote control to access the settingsmenu, then navigate to select USB-CCharger - On.The USB-C device starts to chargeautomatically.To deactivate charging of a USB-C device,select USB-C Charger - Off.12Philips PicoPix Max One
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    6 Change settingsUSB-C: Select it when a USB-C device isconnected.This section helps you change the settings ofthe projector.1When the projector is turned on, pressoron the remote control (oron theprojector) to access the settings menu.2Use the Navigation buttons and OK toselect and change settings.You need to select a correct input source,so that the projection screen can showimages.Picture settingsYou can access the following picture settings.Language settingsSelect your desired language for on-screenmenu.Navigate to Language, and press OK, thenpress / to select a language.Input source selectionKeystone Correction: Select an option tocorrect keystone or distorted images to berectangular or square. Auto Keystone: Enable or disableauto correction of the image shapewhen tilting the projector upwards ordownwards. When Auto Keystone isactivated, all the other image correctionoptions will be deactivated. Manual Keystone: Manually adjust fourcorners of the image. Manual Horiz. Keyst.: Manually correctkeystone or distorted images in thehorizontal orientation. Keystone Calibration: Perform thisfunction if the auto keystone correctiondoes not correct the image shapeideally.Proj. Direc.: Adjust the projection tothe correct position based on differentinstallation of the projector.Digital Zoom: Scale the projection imagewithin the range from 50% to 100%.Picture Preset: Select a predefined colorbrightness setting for picture and videodisplay.Navigate to Input Source to access thefollowing settings.Auto: Automatically switch to the correctinput source when an HDMI or USB-Cdevice is connected.HDMI: Select it when an HDMI device isconnected.Picture Adj.: Adjust Brightness/Contrast/Saturation/Toneburst/Sharpness with thevalues from 0 to 100.Change settings13
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    Other settingsYou can also access the following options.Color Temp.: Set to Warm to enhance hottercolors such as red; set to Cool to makepicture bluish; set to User to customizecolor values in RGB mode.Power control settingsVolume: Adjust volume of the projector.CEC: Activate or deactivate easy linkbetween the devices through HDMIconnection (see Use easy link, page 12).USB-C Charger: Enable or disable chargingof the connected USB-C device.Position: Re-position the settings menu onthe projection screen when it appears.SW Version: Display the current softwareversion of the projector.Soft. Update: Upgrade system software viaa USB device (see Update software, page15).Go to the following menu options to controlpower consumption.Sleep Timer: Select a time option whichenables the projector to automatically turnoff at a specified period of time.Brightness Mode: Select a screen brightnessmode.Restore default settingsIf the projector does not function normally,reset the projector to the default settings. It willdelete all the current settings.14Navigate to Full Reset, and press OK, thenfollow on-screen instructions to completeresetting.Philips PicoPix Max One
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    7 ServiceBuilt-in battery careCleaning the lensUse a soft brush or lens cleaning paper forcleaning the lens of the projector.DANGER!The capacity of the built-in battery diminisheswith time. You can prolong the life of thebattery if you observe the following points:Without a power supply, the projectoroperates on the built-in battery. When thebattery does not have sufficient power, theprojector turns off. In this case connect theprojector to the power supply.Charge the battery regularly. Dont storethe projector with a completely dischargedbattery.If the projector is not used for severalweeks, discharge the battery a little byusing the projector before storing it.Keep the projector and the battery awayfrom sources of heat.If the projector cannot be charged afterconnecting to the power supply, use a smallpin to press the reset key (a small hole)located on the side panel of the projector.Do not use any liquid cleaning agents!Do not use any liquid cleaningagents for cleaning the lens, to avoiddamaging the coating film on the lens.Update softwareThe latest software of the projector can befound on www.philips.com/support for youto get the best features and support from theprojector.Before you update the software of theprojector, check the current software version:Presson the remote control to access thesettings menu then navigate to SW Version.Note about deep discharge of batteryWhen the built-in battery is in deep discharge,it may take longer for the actual chargingprocess to start. In this case, charge theprojector for at least five hours before using it.CAUTION!DANGER!Do not turn off the projector or removethe USB flash drive during the update.Risk of explosion with incorrect typeof batteries!Do not try to replace the built-inbattery yourself.Update software through USB1Check the latest software version on www.philips.com/support. Find your product(model number: PPX520/INT), and locateSoftware and drivers.2Download the zipped software file andsave it in the root directory of the USB flashdrive.3Connect the USB flash drive to the USBport on the projector. Recommend to use an external powerfor software update to ensure enoughpower supply.Presson the remote control to accessthe settings menu and navigate to Soft.Update, then press OK.CleaningDANGER!Instructions for cleaning!Use a soft, lint-free cloth. Never useliquid or easily flammable cleansers(sprays, abrasives, polishes, alcohol,etc.). Do not allow any moisture toreach the interior of the projector.Do not spray the projector with anycleaning fluids.Wipe over the surfaces gently. Becareful that you do not scratch thesurfaces.45Follow the on-screen instructions tocomplete the update.Service15
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    TroubleshootingPower cycling2Wait at least ten seconds.If a problem occurs that cannot be correctedwith the instructions in this user manual, followthe steps given here.3Turn the projector on again by holdingdown for 1 second.4If the problem persists, please contact ourtechnical service centre or your dealer.1Turn the projector off by holding downfor 1 second.ProblemsSolutionsThe projector cannot be turned on orpowered. Disconnect and reconnect the power cable, andtry to turn the projector on again. Low battery power. Connect the projector to anexternal power supply. Use the original power adapter.The projection screen does not showimages. You need to connect the projector to an HDMIdevice or USB-C device, so that the projectionscreen can show images (see Connect, page7). Select the correct input source. Presson theremote control to access the input source list forinput source selection. Check if the video output of the external device isturned on.The projector is charged slowly. When powered on, the external power will beused first to run the projector and unused powerwill charge the battery. For faster charging, charge while the projector ispowered off.The projector turns itself off. Low battery power. When the projector is running for a long periodof time, the surface becomes hot. Ventilate theprojector properly, with at least 30 cm clearnessaround all the sides of the projector. Check that the power cable is connected correctly.The projector cannot be turned off. Press and holdNo image from the external HDMI device. Disconnect the HDMI cable or switch off theHDMI device. Wait three seconds. Reconnect the HDMI cable or switch on the HDMIdevice again.No sound from the external connecteddevice. Check the cables to the external device.longer than 30 seconds. Check that the sound is activated on the externaldevice. Only the original cables from the devicemanufacturer may function.No sound from external HDMI outputdevice.16 On the HDMI output device, set the audio settingto Stereo (PCM).Philips PicoPix Max One
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    ProblemsSolutionsNo sound when you connect yourcomputer via HDMI cable. Check that the sound is activated on the computerand set to output to the projector.The projector does not react to remotecontrol commands. Check the batteries of the remote control.The temperature of the projectors surfaceis warm. For this projector it is normal to generatemoderate heat during operation.What to do if the projector does not workwhen connecting to a notebook PC? Check that the HDMI cable is plugged in correctly. Make sure that the notebook PC has beenswitched to projector display.Service17
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    8 AppendixTechnical dataPackage contentPicoPix Max One projector, remote control with2 AAA batteries, AC adapter, power plugs (UK,US), travel pouch, Quick Start GuideTechnology/opticalDisplay technology ...............................................DLPLight source ................. LED RGB 4 LED ChannelsResolution ..................................... 1920 x 1080 pixelResolution supported ..................................4K pixelLED lifetime ....................... last over 30,000 hoursContrast ratio.................................................. 10,000:1Aspect ratio .............................................16:9 and 4:3Throw ratio ............................................................... 1.2:1Screen size (diagonal)............................................................................................... 75cm-305cm / 30-120Screen distance................78cm-320cm / 31-126Projection modes...........front, back, ceiling, backceilingKeystone correction.......................... auto (vertical)Focus adjustment.........................................electrical4-corner correction................................................. yesDigital zoom.............................................................. yesTouch keys................................................................. yesOperating system................................................ LinuxSoundInternal speaker.......................................................4 WConnectionHDMI......................................... x1 with ARC and CECUSB-C.............................................................. x1 (video)USB-A 2.0................................................. x1 (charging)Analog audio output (3.5mm)............................... x1DC jack................ x1 (power supply and charging)Power sourcePower supply...................................... power adapter.............. Input: 100-240V~, 50-60Hz, 1.5 A (max)................................... Output: DC 20 V, 3.25 A, 65 WBuilt-in battery..................................... 16,500 mAh..................................................... last up to 5 hoursProduct detailsDimensions (W D H)............ 134 x 136 x 47 mm........................................ 5.28 x 5.35 x 1.85 inchesWeight ...................................................850g / 1.87 lbsOperating temperature.......................... 5 C - 35 CStorage temperature....................................... < 60 C18Philips PicoPix Max One
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    CE statementThe product shall only be connected to aUSB interface of version USB 2.0 or higher.Adapter shall be installed near theequipment and shall be easily accessible.The operating temperature of the EUT cantexceed 35C and shouldnt be lower than5C.The plug is considered as disconnect deviceof adapter.Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.Increase the separation between theequipment and receiver.Connect the equipment into an outlet ona circuit dierent from that to which thereceiver is connected.Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.FCC ID: 2ASRT-PPX520/INTCanada regulatorycomplianceThe Declaration of Compliance can beconsulted on the site www.philips.com.FCC statement15.19 Labeling requirements.This device complies with part 15 of the FCCRules. Operation is subject to the followingtwo conditions: (1) This device may not causeharmful interference, and (2) this device mustaccept any interference received, includinginterference that may cause undesiredoperation.15.21 Information to the user.Any changes or modications not expresslyapproved by the party responsible forcompliance could void the users authority tooperate the equipment.15.105 Information to user.This equipment has been tested and foundto comply with the limits for a Class B digitaldevice, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.These limits are designed to provide reasonableprotection against harmful interference ina residential installation. This equipmentgenerates, uses and can radiate radiofrequency energy and, if not installed and usedin accordance with the instructions, may causeharmful interference to radio communications.However, there is no guarantee that interferencewill not occur in a particular installation. If thisequipment does cause harmful interferenceto radio or television reception, which can bedetermined by turning the equipment o andon, the user is encouraged to try to correct theinterference by one or more of the followingmeasures:This device complies with Industry Canada CANICES-3 (B)/NMB-3(B)RSS-Gen & RSS-247 statement: This devicecomplies with Industry Canada RSS standard(s).Operation is subject to the following twoconditions:1This device may not cause interference, and2This device must accept any interference,including interference that may causeundesired operation of the device.Other noticePreservation of the environment as partof a sustainable development plan is anessential concern of Screeneo Innovation SA.The desire of Screeneo Innovation SA is tooperate systems respecting the environmentand consequently it has decided to integrateenvironmental performances in the life cycleof these products, from manufacturing tocommissioning use and elimination.Packaging: The presence of the logo (greendot) means that a contribution is paid to anapproved national organisation to improvepackage recovery and recycling infrastructures.Please respect the sorting rules set up locallyfor this kind of waste.Batteries: If your product contains batteries,they must be disposed of at an appropriatecollection point.Appendix19
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    Screeneo Innovation SA/PHILIPS products.Product: The crossed-out waste bin symbol onthe product means that the product belongsto the family of electrical and electronicequipment. In this respect, the Europeanregulations ask you to dispose of it selectively:At sales points in the event of thepurchase of similar equipment. At the collection points made availableto you locally (drop-off centre, selectivecollection, etc.).In this way you can participate in the reuseand upgrading of Electrical and ElectronicEquipment Waste, which can have an effect onthe environment and human health.All rights reserved. No part of this publicationmay be reproduced, stored in a retrievalsystem or transmitted in any form or by anymeans, electronic, mechanical, photocopying,recording, or otherwise, without the priorwritten permission of Screeneo Innovation SA.The information contained herein is designedonly for use with this product. ScreeneoInnovation SA. is not responsible for any use ofthis information as applied to other devices.This user manual is a document that does notrepresent a contract.Errors, printing errors and changes are reserved.Copyright 2020 Screeneo Innovation SA.The paper and cardboard packaging used canbe disposed of as recyclable paper. Have theplastic wrapping recycled or dispose of it inthe non-recyclable waste, depending on therequirements in your country.Trademarks: The mentioned references inthis manual are trademarks of the respectivecompanies. The lack of the trademarks and does not justify the assumption thatthese dedicated terminologies are freetrademarks. Other product names used hereinare for identification purposes only and maybe trademarks of their respective owners.Screeneo Innovation SA disclaims any and allrights in those marks.Neither Screeneo Innovation SA nor its affiliatesshall be liable to the purchaser of this productor third parties for damages, losses, costs, orexpense s incurred by the purchaser or thirdparties as a result of accident, misuse, or abuseof this product or unauthorised modifications,repairs, or alterations to this product, or failureto strictly comply with Screeneo Innovation SAoperating and maintenance instructions.Screeneo Innovation SA shall not be liable forany damages or problems arising from the useof any options or any consumable materialsother than those designated as originalScreeneo Innovation SA/PHILIPS products orScreeneo Innovation SA/PHILIPS approvedproducts.Screeneo Innovation SA shall not be held liablefor any damage resulting from electromagneticinterference that occurs from the use of anyinterface cables other than those designated as20Philips PicoPix Max One
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    Screeneo Innovation SARoute de Lully 5c - 1131 Tolochenaz - SwitzerlandPhilips and the Philips Shield Emblem are registered trademarks of Koninklijke Philips N.V. usedunder license. Screeneo Innovation SA is the warrantor in relation to the product with which thisbooklet was packaged.PicoPix Max One2020 Screeneo Innovation SA. All rights reserved.EN



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