Nikon NP4100 Bedienungsanleitung

Stöbern Sie online oder laden Sie Bedienungsanleitung nach Projektoren Nikon NP4100 herunter. Nikon NP4100 User Manual Benutzerhandbuch

  • Herunterladen
  • Zu meinen Handbüchern hinzufügen
  • Drucken
  • Seite
    / 158
  • Inhaltsverzeichnis
  • FEHLERBEHEBUNG
  • LESEZEICHEN
  • Bewertet5.0 / 5. Basierend auf8 Kundenbewertungen

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Seite 1 - NP4100/NP4100W

Projector NP4100/NP4100W User’s Manual

Seite 2

Important Information viii [Important 1] Operating the Lamp Continuously If using the projector continuously for a long period, use of the menu (OSD)

Seite 3 - Important Information

5. Using On-Screen Display 85 Language Select the OSD language to be used. Select from the following:  English  Norwegian  German  Turkish

Seite 4 - Laser Rating

5. Using On-Screen Display 86Installation The Installation tab contains menu options for various setup conditions such as orienta-tion and remote sens

Seite 5 - Important Safeguards

5. Using On-Screen Display 87 ITEM DESCRIPTION Control Panel Lock Set Control Panel Lock On/Off. Note:  This Control Panel Lock does not affect the

Seite 6

5. Using On-Screen Display 88Desktop front Ceiling rearCeiling frontDesktop rear Communication Speed Select communication speed to set the baud rate

Seite 7 - Fire and Shock Precautions

5. Using On-Screen Display 89 Select from the following options:  Color  Monochrome Display Time Sets the amount of time a menu is displayed.

Seite 8

5. Using On-Screen Display 90Background Background enables you to display a blue/black screen when there is no signal. The de-fault background is Logo

Seite 9 - Lamp Replacement

5. Using On-Screen Display 91 DynamicBlack DynamicBlack enables you to improve the black level of the projector. Remote Sensor Set the operating ran

Seite 10 - (see page 82)

5. Using On-Screen Display 92Select from the following:  Normal  Power-saving Note: The HTTP server functions are not available during Power-sav

Seite 11

5. Using On-Screen Display 93 Network Settings The Network Settings tab is accessed by using the Setup/Installation tab and contains general network s

Seite 12

5. Using On-Screen Display 94Options The Options tab contains miscellaneous setup menu settings such as Auto Power Off and Default Source Select and c

Seite 13 - Table of Contents

Important Information ix [Important 2] Clearance for Installing the Projector Allow ample clearance between the projector and its surroundings as sho

Seite 14

5. Using On-Screen Display 95 ITEM DESCRIPTION Color System Select the default Color System to use for Video or S-Video input. Range: Auto, NTSC3.58

Seite 15

5. Using On-Screen Display 96Auto Power Off Auto Power Off enables the projector to automatically turn off if there is no signal re-ceived by any inpu

Seite 16 - 1. Introduction

5. Using On-Screen Display 97 Fan Mode Fan Mode is used to set the speed of the internal cooling fan. Mode – Normally select Auto, which enables the p

Seite 17 - Features you’ll enjoy:

5. Using On-Screen Display 98Default Source Select The Default Source is the image source that the projector will search for automatically on startup.

Seite 18 - Front-right view

5. Using On-Screen Display 99 Color System Color System enables you to select video standards manually. In the normal condition, select Auto and the p

Seite 19 - Top View

5. Using On-Screen Display 100Control ID Control ID selection allows units placed in close proximity to one another to have differ-ent IR transmission

Seite 20 - Carrying the Projector

5. Using On-Screen Display 101  Information Menu Descriptions and Functions The information menu provides only screens to access details quickly. The

Seite 21

5. Using On-Screen Display 102Source The Source tab displays various source and frequency values at a glance. The following table lists all items wit

Seite 22 - Lens Controls

5. Using On-Screen Display 103 LAN The LAN tab displays Network Settings as previously defined (see Network Settings on page 91).

Seite 23 - OSD Controls and Status LEDS

5. Using On-Screen Display 104Version The Version tab displays all the version and product details of the projector and associ-ated software. NP4100 V

Seite 24

Important Information x (3) Upward or downward projection: When using the projector in an upward projection angle, allow 1 m/ 40 inches or greater bet

Seite 25 -  Terminal Panel Features

5. Using On-Screen Display 105 The following table lists all items with a description. ITEM DESCRIPTION Product Displays Product ID. Serial Number

Seite 26

5. Using On-Screen Display 106v Reset Menu Descriptions and Functions Occasionally, circumstances may require that factory defaults are reset, for dem

Seite 27 - ITEM LABEL LABEL ITEM

107 6. Maintenance  Cleaning the projector Cleaning the Cabinet Refer to the following guide to clean the projector cabinet. 1. Wipe off dust with

Seite 28

6. Maintenance 108Cleaning the Filters The projector uses three filters to keep the fans free of dust and other particles, and should be cleaned every

Seite 29 - Battery Installation

6. Maintenance 109 3. The rear filter can be accessed as shown. Once the filters are cleaned, please reset the filter hours via the Clear Filter

Seite 30 - Remote Control Precautions

6. Maintenance 110 Replacing Consumable Parts During the course of normal usage, consumable parts become worn out resulting in reduced performance. T

Seite 31

6. Maintenance 111 3. Insert replacement foam and press down firmly. 4. Replace the filter covers by pushing gently in the direction shown. Once

Seite 32

6. Maintenance 112Replacing the Lamps When a lamp reaches the end of it’s usable life, the following message is displayed. Re-place the lamp. The pro

Seite 33 -  Selecting a Location

6. Maintenance 113 To replace the lamp, refer to the following. 1. Loosen the screw on the lamp cover (A), and remove the lamp cover as shown (B). 2

Seite 34 - Pull out the lens cap

6. Maintenance 114Resetting the Lamp Hours Counter After replacing the lamp(s), the lamp hour counter(s) should be reset to zero. Refer to the followi

Seite 35

xi Table of Contents IMPORTANT INFORMATION...

Seite 36 - Installing the New Lens

115 7. Appendix  Using the Optional Remote Mouse Receiver (NP01MR) The optional remote mouse receiver enables you to operate your computer’s mouse f

Seite 37

7. Appendix 116When connecting using the USB terminal The mouse receiver can only be used with a Microsoft Windows 98/Windows Me/ Win-dows 2000/ Windo

Seite 38

7. Appendix 117  Troubleshooting Indicator Messages Several indicator messages are used by the projector to alert users of problems with setup or int

Seite 39

7. Appendix 118The Lamp LEDs PROJECTOR STATUS LED CONDITION LED SEQUENCE PROJECTOR CONDITION Lamp off Off Off Lamp off End of the lamp life Red b

Seite 40 - THROW DISTANCE FOR NP4100W

7. Appendix 119 Common Problems and Solutions These guidelines provide tips to deal with problems you may encounter while using the projector. If the

Seite 41

7. Appendix 120 Image Problems Problem: No image appears on the screen 1. Verify the settings on your notebook or desktop PC. 2. Turn off all equip

Seite 42

7. Appendix 121 Lamp Problems Problem: There is no light from the projector 1. Check that the power cable is securely connected. 2. Ensure the powe

Seite 43

7. Appendix 122Audio Problems Problem: There is no sound 1. Adjust the volume on the remote control. 2. Adjust the volume of the audio source. 3.

Seite 44

7. Appendix 123  Having the Projector Serviced If you are unable to solve the problem, you should have the projector serviced. Pack the pro-jector in

Seite 45

124 8. Specifications n Projector Specifications This section provides technical information about the projector's performance. Optical Specific

Seite 46 -  Making Connections

Table of Contents xii Lens Shift Adjustable Range ...

Seite 47

8. Specifications 125 Electrical Specifications Inputs 1 Analog RGB (Mini D-Sub 15P), 1 Analog RGB R/Cr, G/Y,B/Cb, H, V(BNC x 5), 1 Digital RGB (DV

Seite 48

8. Specifications 126Mechanical Specifications Installation Orientation: Desktop/Front, Desktop/Rear, Ceiling/Front, Ceiling/Rear Dimensions 19.9 in

Seite 49

8. Specifications 127  Cabinet Dimensions

Seite 50 - Connecting Your VCR

8. Specifications 128 Pin Assignments of Mini D-Sub 15 Pin Input Connector Signal Levels Video signal: 0.7Vp-p (Analog) Sync signal: TTL level

Seite 51 -  Connecting to a Network

8. Specifications 129  Compatible Input Signal List The following table shows compatible signal types, their resolution and frequency refresh rates.

Seite 52

8. Specifications 130SIGNAL RESOLUTION (DPI) FREQUENCY REFRESH RATE (KHZ) FREQUENCY REFRESH RATE (HZ) * VESA D 1280 x 768 47.80 60.00 * VESA

Seite 53 -  Turning on the Projector

8. Specifications 131  PC Control Codes and Cable Connections The following table shows PC functions and their associated code data. FUNCTION CODE

Seite 54

8. Specifications 132Communication Protocol Baud rate ... 38400 bps Data length ...

Seite 55 -  Selecting a Source

8. Specifications 133  Screen Trigger When the projector is powered ON the screen trigger output sends a low voltage trigger to the screen controlle

Seite 56

8. Specifications 134 Operation Using HTTP Browser Overview The use of HTTP server functions will allow control of the projector from a web browser w

Seite 57

Table of Contents xiii Version...

Seite 58 - From the Remote Control Unit

8. Specifications 135 When the IP address of the projector is 192.168.73.1, access is gained to the HTTP server functions by specifying http://192.16

Seite 59

8. Specifications 136Mail Alert Mail: Click “Enable” to enable Alert Mail feature. This option notifies your computer of an error message via e-mail w

Seite 60

8. Specifications 137 Structure of the HTTP Server Once the projector is connected to a network and configured correctly, the following screen is dis

Seite 61

8. Specifications 138FUNCTION SETTING DESCRIPTION Picture Panel Brightness ▲▼ – Increases or decreases the brightness adjustment value Contrast ▲▼ –

Seite 62

8. Specifications 139  15 Pin GPIO Control Type: 15Pin D-SUB black female type PIN NO. SHORT/OPEN FUNCTION 14 SHORT OPEN EXTERNAL CONTROL MODE ON

Seite 63 -  Turning off the Projector

140 9. Troubleshooting Check List Before contacting your dealer or service personnel, check the following list to be sure repairs are needed also by

Seite 64 - After Use

9. Troubleshooting Check List 141 Other Remote control does not work. No obstacles between the sensor of the projector and the remote control. Project

Seite 65 - 4. Convenient Features

9. Troubleshooting Check List 142Signal cable NEC standard or other manufacturer’s cable? Model number: Length:

Seite 67 -  Changing Lamp Mode

1 1. Introduction  What’s in the Box? Carefully unpack the projector and check that the following items are included: NP4100/NP4100W Projector Re

Seite 68 - Normal Mode: 100% Brightness

1. Introduction 2 Introduction to the Projector Features you’ll enjoy:  DLP projector with high resolution  Native WXGA support (NP4100W only) A

Seite 69 -  Getting Information

1. Introduction 3  Part Names of the Projector Front-right view ITEM LABEL DESCRIPTION SEE PAGE: 1. IR receiver Receiver for IR signal from rem

Seite 70 -  Adjusting Position/Clock

1. Introduction 4Top View ITEM LABEL DESCRIPTION SEE PAGE: 1. Lens control panel See 3Lens Controls 7 2. Right-hand speaker Right-hand speaker

Seite 71

First edition December 2008 • DLP, BrilliantColor and DynamicBlack are trademarks of Texas Instruments. • IBM is a trademark or regist

Seite 72

1. Introduction 5 Carrying the Projector Always carry your projector by the handle. Before moving or carrying the projector, disconnect the power cabl

Seite 73 - Locking the Projector

1. Introduction 6Bottom view ITEM LABEL DESCRIPTION SEE PAGE: 1. Height adjusters Adjust projection height 45 2. Intake vent Color wheel cooli

Seite 74

1. Introduction 7  Top Features Lens Controls ITEM LABEL DESCRIPTION SEE PAGE: 1. ZOOM Increase/decrease projected image size 51 2. UP CURSOR

Seite 75 - Unlocking the Projector

1. Introduction 8OSD Controls and Status LEDS ITEM LABEL DESCRIPTION SEE PAGE: 1. MENU Open / Close the OSD 62 2. SELECT PAD Navigate and cha

Seite 76 - Using the Kensington Lock

1. Introduction 9 ITEM LABEL DESCRIPTION SEE PAGE: Green 8. LAMP 2 Flashing See Indicator Messages 118 Green Orange 9. POWER (LED) Flashing See

Seite 77

1. Introduction 10 Terminal Panel Features ITEM LABEL DESCRIPTION SEE PAGE: 1. COMPUTER 3 IN Connect the DVI cable (not supplied) from a compute

Seite 78

1. Introduction 11 ITEM LABEL DESCRIPTION SEE PAGE: 10. SC TRIGGER When connected to the screen through a commercially available cable, the screen

Seite 79

1. Introduction 12 Part Names of the Remote Control The Remote Control unit supplied with the projector combines ergonomic design and utility and inc

Seite 80

1. Introduction 13 Important: 1. Avoid using the projector with bright fluorescent lighting turned on. Certain high-frequency fluorescent lights can

Seite 81 -  Menu Elements

1. Introduction 14Battery Installation The Remote Control unit included with the projector does not contain batteries, though batteries are supplied a

Seite 82

i Important Information Safety Cautions Precautions Please read this manual carefully before using your NEC NP4100/NP4100W projector and keep the man

Seite 83 - Picture menu

1. Introduction 15 Operating Range for Wireless Remote Control The infrared signal operates by line-of-sight up to a distance of about 22 feet (7m) an

Seite 84 - Image Options Menu

1. Introduction 16Using the Remote Control in Wired Operation Connect the supplied remote cable to the REMOTE2 jack on the projector (see  Ter-minal

Seite 85

17 2. Installation and Connections  Setting Up the Screen and the Projector This section briefly describes how to set up your projector and how to c

Seite 86

2. Installation and Connections 18 Selecting a Location Locating the projector correctly ensures optimum performance and a longer parts life. Take no

Seite 87 - Overscan

2. Installation and Connections 19  Installing or Removing the Optional Lens CAUTION: • Do not shake or place excessive pressure on the projector o

Seite 88 - Video Menu

2. Installation and Connections 202. Push the LENS RELEASE button all the way in and rotate the lens counterclockwise. The existing lens will be dise

Seite 89 - Deinterlace

2. Installation and Connections 21 Installing the New Lens 1. Insert the lens with the arrow mark on top. 2. Rotate the lens clock-wise until you f

Seite 90 - Telecine

2. Installation and Connections 22 Throw Distance and Screen Size Example of NP08ZL: The further your projector is from the screen or wall, the large

Seite 91 - General

2. Installation and Connections 23 NP4100 Throw Distance and Screen Size Values Screen Size NP06FL NP07ZL NP08ZL Diagonal Width (C) Height (B) Di

Seite 92 - Gamma Correction

2. Installation and Connections 24NP4100W Throw Distance and Screen Size Values Screen Size NP06FL NP07ZL NP08ZL Diagonal Width (C) Height (B) Di

Seite 93 - White Balance

Important Information ii Laser Rating This label is on the side of the remote control. This mark is on the top of the remote control. CAUTION Use

Seite 94 - Color Correction

2. Installation and Connections 25 For screen sizes between 40 inches and 500 inches not indicated in the tables on pages 23 and 24, use the formulas

Seite 95

2. Installation and Connections 26CAUTION Ceiling installation must be done by a qualified professional. Contact your NEC dealer for more information

Seite 96 - Lamp Select

2. Installation and Connections 27 r Replacing Color Wheel The NP4100/NP4100W projector comes with a four-segment color wheel installed. An addi-tiona

Seite 97 - Lamp Interval

2. Installation and Connections 283. Remove the screws from the color wheel cover. Lift cover in the direction shown and place on a clean, dust free

Seite 98 - Lamp Select Examples:

2. Installation and Connections 29 6. Insert the six-segment color wheel 7. Secure the retaining screws as shown. 8. Replace the wheel cover as

Seite 99 - Menu Mode

2. Installation and Connections 309. Align the lamp cover (A) with the arrow mark on the cabinet and slide it into place. 10.Secure the captive screw

Seite 100 - Language

2. Installation and Connections 31  Making Connections Connecting Your PC or Macintosh Computer Enabling the computer’s external display Displaying a

Seite 101 - Installation

2. Installation and Connections 32 2. Turn on the projector and select the chosen method of connection from the source menu before turning on the PC

Seite 102 - ITEM DESCRIPTION

2. Installation and Connections 33 Connecting an External Monitor Connect an external monitor to the projector through RGB out connections as shown be

Seite 103 - Ceiling frontDesktop rear

2. Installation and Connections 34Connecting Your DVD Player with Component Output To connect a DVD Player to the projector, refer to the following gu

Seite 104 - Display Time

Important Information iii RF Interference (for USA only) WARNING: The Federal Communications Commission does not allow any modifications or changes t

Seite 105 - Background

2. Installation and Connections 35 Connecting Your VCR To connect you VCR, refer to the following diagram. Note: Refer to your VCR owner’s manual fo

Seite 106 - Standby Mode

2. Installation and Connections 36 Connecting to a Network The projector comes standard with a LAN port that provides network connectivity using a LA

Seite 107 - PC Control

2. Installation and Connections 37  Connecting the Supplied Power Cable Refer to the following guidelines to connect the power supply to the projecto

Seite 108

38 3. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation)  Turning on the Projector Once the projector is correctly located and the power cable and other connecti

Seite 109 - Options

3. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation) 39 Note on Startup Screen (Menu Language Select screen) In the first instance of powering on the projector, t

Seite 110

3. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation) 40 Selecting a Source The Source can be selected from the projector's control panel or from the remote

Seite 111 - Screen Trigger

3. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation) 41  Adjusting the Picture Position and Picture Size The Picture Position and Picture Size can be adjusted ma

Seite 112 - Fan Mode

3. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation) 424. The Aspect Ratio win-dow is displayed. Select the desired picture size using ▲or▼ and press Enter. Note

Seite 113 - Default Source Select

3. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation) 43 Lens Shift Adjustable Range The adjustable range for lens shift is tabulated below and subject to the cond

Seite 114 - Source Display

3. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation) 442. Press the directional keys as required to shift the image. Releasing the di-rectional arrow will re-cen

Seite 115 - Filter Message

Important Information iv • If you wish to have the projector installed on the ceiling:  Do not attempt to install the projector yourself.  The pr

Seite 116 - Usage Time

3. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation) 45 Adjusting the Projector Level 1. To raise the level of the projec-tor, twist the adjusters clockwise. 2.

Seite 117

3. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation) 46 Optimizing an RGB Image Automatically Adjusting the Image Using Auto Adjust To optimize an RGB image auto

Seite 118 - 5. Using On-Screen Display

3. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation) 47  Adjusting Volume Up and Down The volume can be adjusted from the OSD Control Panel or with the Remote Co

Seite 119 - Version

3. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation) 48 Turning off the Projector Once the projector is no longer required, it is important to shut it down corre

Seite 120

3. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation) 49 About Direct Power Off The projector has a feature called "Direct Power Off". This feature allow

Seite 121

50 4. Convenient Features  Turning Off the Image and Sound The projected image and sound can be turned off for short periods of time with the remote

Seite 122 - 6. Maintenance

4. Convenient Features 51  Adjusting the Focus/Zoom Manually The focus and zoom can be adjusted manually from the projector focus/zoom panel or from

Seite 123 - Bottom view

4. Convenient Features 52 Changing Lamp Mode The projector has two lamp modes available, Normal and Eco. The Normal mode is used for everyday standar

Seite 124 - The rear filter can be

4. Convenient Features 53 Changing Lamp Mode by Using the Remote Control 1. Press the Lamp Mode button on the remote control to access the Lamp Mode

Seite 125 - Replacing the Filters

4. Convenient Features 54 Getting Information Press the HELP button on the remote control to display the "Information" screen. Use ◄ or ► t

Seite 126 - Replace the filter covers

Important Information v Fire and Shock Precautions • Ensure that there is sufficient ventilation and that vents are unobstructed to prevent the bu

Seite 127 - Replacing the Lamps

4. Convenient Features 55  Adjusting Position/Clock The Position/Clock/Phase and Keystone Correction can be adjusted manually from the pro-jector&apo

Seite 128

4. Convenient Features 56Correcting Keystone by Using the Remote Control IMPORTANT: When adjusting the keystone, set the lens shift position to the

Seite 129

4. Convenient Features 57 ADJUSTMENT HORIZONTAL VERTICAL Keystone Max. +/– 35° approx. Max. +/– 40° approx. The following are conditions under w

Seite 130 - 7. Appendix

4. Convenient Features 58 Preventing the Unauthorized Use of the Projector The projector has an inbuilt security feature to lock the OSD control pane

Seite 131 - About Drag Mode

4. Convenient Features 59 3. You are prompted to enable the Security Function. Select OK and press Enter. Select On using the ▼ button. 4. The keyw

Seite 132 - Indicator Messages

4. Convenient Features 60Unlocking the Projector To unlock the projector, refer to the following guide. 1. When the projector is locked, either by r

Seite 133 - CONDITION

4. Convenient Features 61  Using the Physical Lock For security and authorized usage, the projector comes with two types of security features, the Ke

Seite 134 - Tips for Troubleshooting

62 5. Using On-Screen Display  Using the Menus The projector has an On-Screen Display (OSD) that lets you make image adjustments and change various

Seite 135 -  Image Problems

5. Using On-Screen Display 63 2. Press the cursor ◄ or ► button to move through secondary menus. 3. Press ▲or▼ to select menu items and ◄or► to cha

Seite 136 - Remote Control Problems

5. Using On-Screen Display 64o Menu Tree The gray shaded area indicates factory default settings. MENU ITEM Source Computer 1, Computer 2

Seite 137 - Audio Problems

Important Information vi • Turn off the projector, unplug the power cable and have the projector serviced by qualified service personnel under the fo

Seite 138

5. Using On-Screen Display 65 MENU ITEM Installation Orientation Desktop Front/Ceiling Rear/Desktop Rear/Ceiling Front Communication Speed 4800bp

Seite 139 - 8. Specifications

5. Using On-Screen Display 66 Menu Elements Some menus and windows contain large amounts of information in a small area. Refer to the following guide

Seite 140 - Electrical Specifications

5. Using On-Screen Display 67  Source Menu Descriptions and Functions The Source menu displays all supported image sources. Select the required sour

Seite 141 - Regulations

5. Using On-Screen Display 68 Adjust Menu Descriptions and Functions The Adjust menu contains overall projector settings for image output such as sha

Seite 142 -  Cabinet Dimensions

5. Using On-Screen Display 69 Image Options Menu The Image Options menu is used to configure image options such as screen positioning and aspect ratio

Seite 143

5. Using On-Screen Display 70Aspect Ratio Aspect Ratio alters the appearance or Ratio of the projected image. The NP4100 and NP4100W support different

Seite 144 - Vertical: 50 Hz to 85 Hz

5. Using On-Screen Display 71 NP4100W Aspect Ratio Options: Auto – Displays the current image in its aspect ratio. 4:3 – Standard TV screen (4:3), pr

Seite 145

5. Using On-Screen Display 72 Overscan Video images normally exceed the size of the display screen. The edge of the picture may or may not de display

Seite 146 - FUNCTION CODE DATA

5. Using On-Screen Display 73 Video Menu The Video menu is used to configure image options such as deinterlace and telecine. Access the Video menu in

Seite 147

5. Using On-Screen Display 74Noise Reduction Select the level of noise reduction required. Range: Off, Low, Medium, High. 3D Y/C Separation 3D Y/C S

Seite 148 -  Screen Trigger

Important Information vii Remote Control Precautions • Handle the remote control carefully. • If the remote control gets wet, wipe it dry immediat

Seite 149 - Preparation Before Use

5. Using On-Screen Display 75 Color Matrix Color Matrices define the amount of the three-color components R (red), G (green), and B (blue) in a single

Seite 150 - Configuring Network Settings

5. Using On-Screen Display 76 Detail Settings Menu Descriptions and Functions The Detail Settings menu contains basic and advanced color adjustment o

Seite 151 - Test Mail

5. Using On-Screen Display 77 Reference The Reference mode allows the projector to differentiate between source materials for example movies, PC image

Seite 152 - Structure of the HTTP Server

5. Using On-Screen Display 78White Balance White Balance allows the projector to compensate for different colors of light being emit-ted by different

Seite 153

5. Using On-Screen Display 79 Color Correction The Color Correction tab enables the adjustment of color values in an image to remove unwanted effects,

Seite 154 -  15 Pin GPIO Control

5. Using On-Screen Display 80 Setup Menu Descriptions and Functions The Setup menus contain the most often used settings during installation and opti

Seite 155

5. Using On-Screen Display 81 Keystone The keystone trapezoid can be adjusted by selecting this option. Select Horizontal or Vertical using ▲ or ▼ th

Seite 156

5. Using On-Screen Display 82Note: •If using the projector continuously for a long period, set Lamp Interval as shown below. •To use the projector con

Seite 157

5. Using On-Screen Display 83 Lamp Select Examples: Reference: The lamp switching procedure is different between Dual and Single for Lamp Select as sh

Seite 158

5. Using On-Screen Display 84Menu Mode Select the Menu Mode to display. Select from the following: Basic Menu – Displays menus with minimum essential

Kommentare zu diesen Handbüchern

Keine Kommentare