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DS+60 / DW30 / Matrix 3000

User’s Manual

Table of Contents

 

 

 

 

1 INTRODUCTION

1.1

Projector Overview......................................................................................................

1-1

 

1.2

Components.................................................................................................................

1-3

 

1.3

Purchase Record and Servicing ...................................................................................

1-4

2 INSTALLATION & SETUP

3 OPERATION

2.1

Quick Setup .................................................................................................................

2-1

2.2

Installation Considerations ..........................................................................................

2-3

2.3

Connecting Sources ...................................................................................................

2-12

2.4

Connecting Communications ....................................................................................

2-15

2.5

System Integration – GPIO Connector ......................................................................

2-19

2.6

Power Connection .....................................................................................................

2-20

3.1

About the Projector ....................................................................................................

3-1

3.2

Using the Remote or Built-inKeypad .........................................................................

3-3

3.3

Navigating the Menus................................................................................................

3-10

3.4

Using Inputs and Channels ........................................................................................

3-14

3.5

Adjusting the Image ..................................................................................................

3-19

3.6

Adjusting System Parameters and Advanced Controls .............................................

3-34

3.7

Working with PIP and Seamless Switching ..............................................................

3-48

3.8

The Lamp Menu ........................................................................................................

3-51

3.9

Status Menu .............................................................................................................

3-55

3.10

Using Multiple Projectors..........................................................................................

3-55

3.11

Remote Control of the Projector ...............................................................................

3-65

3.12

Error Conditions ........................................................................................................

3-66

4 MAINTENANCE

4.1

Warnings and Safety Guidelines .................................................................................

4-1

4.2

Cleaning and Maintenance Guide................................................................................

4-4

 

4.3

Replacing Remote Batteries ........................................................................................

4-5

 

4.4

Lamp and Filter Replacement......................................................................................

4-5

 

4.5

Replacing the Projection Lens.....................................................................................

4-8

5 TROUBLESHOOTING

5.1

Displays.......................................................................................................................

5-1

 

5.2

Lamp ...........................................................................................................................

5-3

6 SPECIFICATIONS

5.3

Ethernet .......................................................................................................................

5-3

6.1

Specifications ..............................................................................................................

6-1

APPENDICES

Appendix A: Glossary.............................................................................................................

A-1

Appendix B: Keypad Reference..............................................................................................

B-1

 

Appendix C: Serial Communication .......................................................................................

C-1

 

Appendix D: Throw Distance .................................................................................................

D-1

 

Appendix E: System Integration ..............................................................................................

E-1

 

Appendix F: Optional Input Modules ......................................................................................

F-1

 

Appendix G: 300W P-VIPLamps Product Safety Data Sheet................................................

G-1

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Christie DS+60/DW30/Matrix 3000 User’s Manual

NOTE: Due to continuing research, all information in this manual is subject to change without notice.

Section 1

Introduction

1.1Projector Overview

Christie DS+60/DW30/Matrix 3000 projectors are professional qualitysingle-chipprojectors that use Digital Light Processing(DLP) technology from Texas Instruments to achieve bright, crisp images. With a range of available lenses, input modules andbuilt-inChristieNETthese projectors are flexible and customizable.

The compact size and native SXGA+ (1400x1050) resolution of the DS+60, and the native 720P (1280X720) resolution of theDW30 make them ideally suited for boardrooms, conference rooms and the like.

Also a reliable and compact SXGA+ projector, the Matrix 3000 with its purpose built simulation features such as RGB color matching, and gamma controls can be used in Simulation and Visualization applications.

Key features:

1-chipDLPtechnology

Native SXGA+ resolution (1400 x 1050) for DS+60/Matrix 3000,

720P resolution for DW30 (1280 x 720)

Variable brightness due to use of dual lamp illumination system

Exceptional contrast ratio range

Two user replaceable lamps - 300W P-VIP®

Auto-switchingor user selectable lamp operation mode (Single or Dual lamp)

10-bitimage processing

24-bitRGB display

Display of NTSC, PAL, and SECAM video inputs and HDTV/DTV formats

Memory for up to 50 custom channels (source setups)

Intuitive on-screenmenu system

Picture-in-Pictureand Seamless switching

Optional ChristieTWISTimage warping module (standard in Matrix 3000)

Status LED display for projector monitoring

Multiple control options including ChristieNET,RS-232andRS-422

Remote controlled shutter

Motorized lens mount for smooth lens control

Field interchangeable projection lenses

See Section 6 for a complete list of product specifications.

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1Powering ON

(a)Be patient when powering the projector ON or switching lamp operation modes. As the lamps warm up, brightness will gradually increase. (No light appears on the wall during the first 25 seconds.) On the rare occurrence a lamp does not ignite, the projector will try again several times. For more information see 3.7 - The Lamp Menu.

(b)Wait for the projector to complete initialization before sending keypad commands (“On” will appear on the LED display), otherwise it will be ignored.

(c)The projector enforces a 90 second wait from the time the projector is powered down and powered back up again. This gives the lamps enough time to cool down to a point where they can be turned on again.

(d)Use the windows located on the lamp doors as indicators when trying to determine whether a lamp is on or off without accessing software menus.

2Lamp Operation Modes – Auto Switching

(a)The projector will automatically switch from one single lamp operation mode to another to maintain light on the wall.

(b)Check the status of a lamp in the Status menu, Lamp menu or by looking at the windows on the lamp doors.

(For more information see 3.7 - The Lamp Menu)

3Lamp Operation Modes – Manual Switching

(a)One lamp will turn off only after the other lamp has successfully been turned on. This allows you to view content without interruption when switching between lamp operation modes. It takes 25 seconds for a lamp that was just turned on to warm up and reach full brightness. When the original lamp turns off you will notice a slight dimming, which indicates the lamp switching operation is complete. At this point, you can perform any adjustment, such as Color Wheel Delay. For more information see3.7 - The Lamp Menu.

4Flexible Light Output Control

(a)Switching from Dual to Single Lamp operation modes can reduce light output by approximately 50%.

(b)Adjusting lamp power in the range of 300W to 250W can provide approximately 17% dimming capability.

(c)Adjusting the Optical Aperture can significantly drive brightness down (approximately 78%) while increasing contrast from 1100-5000:1increase contrast.

(d)Always check the optical aperture and lamp power levels before troubleshooting brightness related problems.

5White Boost

(a)White Boost automatically turns off when Edge Blending, adjusting Brightness Uniformity or making Color Adjustments. A noticeable dimming of the display occurs. For best results, set White Boost to 10 for data content and 2 for video.

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Section 1: Introduction

How the projector works f The light generated by the lamp(s) is then sequentially filtered into the RGB color primaries by the spinning color wheel(s) and presented to the single chip DMD, located in the light engine, in sequence. The reflected light from the DMD chip then passes through the projection lens to the screen.

Figure 1.1 How the Projector Works

Ensure you have received all the following components before using your projector.

1.2 Components

Wireless IR Remote (with batteries)

Wired Remote Cable (10 ft.)

Line Cord (North American and European)

Computer Cable (Dsub 15 to DVI-I)

DVI-ICable

S-VideoCable

User’s Manual

NOTE: For a complete list of optional components that can be used with your projector, refer to Section 6 – Specifications. Call Christie or your dealer, if required.

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Section 1: Introduction

1.3Purchase Record and Servicing

Whether the projector is under warranty or the warranty has expired, Christie’s highly trained and extensive factory and dealer service network is always available to quickly diagnose and correct projector malfunctions. Service manuals and updates are available to service technicians for all projectors.

If you encounter any problems with the projector and require assistance, contact your dealer or Christie Digital Systems. Fill out the information in the table below and keep with your records for future reference.

Purchase Record

Dealer:

Dealer Phone Number:

Projector Serial Number:

Purchase Date:

Installation Date, if applicable:

NOTE: The serial number can be found on the license label located on the bottom and side of the projector.

You can also register your product on-lineby visitingwww.christiedigital.com Service and Support Product Registration. This will keep you in touch with all the latest product information, such as updates, technical bulletins, downloads and Christie newsletters.

For complete details on the warranty of your Christie product, please contact your Christie dealer.

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Section 2

Installation & Setup

The instructions provided here are for those that are familiar with the projector and2.1 Quick Setup wish to quickly set it up and use it temporarily. Refer to the remaining subsections of

this manual for a more complete setup.

Step 1 f Install a Projection Lens

The projection lens is shipped separately from the projector and must be installed prior to setting up the projector. Install the projection lens as described in 4.5 Replacing the Projection Lens.

Remove the lens “plug” from the projector before installing a lens.

When shipping the projector, always remove the lens and reuse the lens plug. This will prevent dust and debris from entering and settling on critical optical components.

Step 2 f Position the Projector

Place the projector on a sturdy, level surface and position it so that it is perpendicular to the screen at a suitable distance. In general, the further back the projector is positioned from the screen, the larger the image will be.

If required, you can level the projector by adjusting its three feet. With the projector positioned perpendicular to the screen the image will appear rectangular instead of keystoned.

For more detailed instructions on positioning the projector refer to Projector Position and Mounting later in this section.

Step 3 f Connect a Source

Located at the back of the projector is the input panel where all source connections are made. Each input is clearly labeled for easy identification.

Using the appropriate cable(s), connect your source. Connect RGB and YPbPr sources to INPUT 1 located in the upper right corner of the input panel. Use theDVI-Iconnector atINPUT 2 to connect analog or digital display signals. Connect composite video toINPUT 3 andS-videotoINPUT 4.

NOTE: One of the available optional input modules can be installed atINPUT 5 for additional connections. Refer to2.3 - Connecting Sources for more details on connecting a specific source.

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Step 4 f Connect the Line Cord

The NorthAmerican-ratedline cord is provided with each projector. Ensure that you are using a line cord, socket and power plug that meets the appropriate local rating standards.

Connect the appropriately rated line cord (supplied with the projector) to the AC receptacle located on the lower right side of the projector and the other end to an AC outlet (100-240V).Do not use a line cord or AC supply not in the specified voltage and power range. SeeSection 6 – Specifications for projector power requirements.

Step 5 f Turn the Projector ON

Pressfor two seconds to turn the projector on. As the projector begins initialization an active pattern of segments appear in thetwo-digitdisplay located on thebuilt-inkeypad. Wait for “ON” to appear in the display before sending any keypad commands otherwise the command will be ignored.

By default, the projector powers up in dual lamp mode. Refer to Section 3 – The Lamp Menu for more information on lamp operation modes and lamp auto-switching.

Step 6 f Select a Source

Press one of the input keys (remote or built-inkeypad) to select and display the image from that source.

Step 7 f Perform Auto Setup on the current source

Press Auto to automatically initiate the optimization of critical display parameters for the selected source, which includes but is not limited to size, position and pixel tracking. After this process is complete, additional modifications can be made to image settings as required.

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2.2Installation Considerations

Installation type f

Proper installation of your projector will ensure the quality of your display. Whether you are installing a projector temporarily or permanently you should take the following into account to ensure your projector performs optimally.

Choose the installation type that best suits your needs: front or rear screen, floor mount or inverted mount.

Front Screen, Floor Mount Installation

ADVANTAGES

CONSIDERATIONS

Easy to set up

Shares floor space with audience

Can be moved or changed quickly

Easy to access

Front Screen, Inverted Mount (ceiling) Installation

ADVANTAGES

Does not take up audience space

Projector is unobtrusive

Projector cannot be accidentally moved

CONSIDERATIONS

Installation is more permanent

It is more difficult to access the projector

Rear Screen, Floor Mount Installation

ADVANTAGES

Projector is completely hidden

Projector is easily accessed

Usually good ambient light rejection

CONSIDERATIONS

Requires additional space (separate room)

Installation cost is usually higher

Rear Screen, Inverted Mount (ceiling) Installation

 

ADVANTAGES

CONSIDERATIONS

Projector is completely hidden

Requires separate room

Usually good ambient light rejection

Installation cost is usually higher

Rear Screen, Floor Mount with Mirror

 

ADVANTAGES

CONSIDERATIONS

Projector is completely hidden

Requires separate room

Usually good ambient light rejection

Installation cost is usually higher

Requires less space behind screen than other rear screen installations

Screen Type f Front Screen Installations

In front screen installations the projector and audience are positioned in front of the screen, which can be flat or curved.

Flat screens are most recommended with this projector. They offer a gain of about one with a viewing angle just less than 180°. This type of screen reflects incident light equally in all directions so the audience can see the display from various angles.

Curved screens have a gain greater than one with a viewing angle much less than 180°. This type of screen does not reflect incident light equally in all directions instead it is concentrated in a viewing cone. The audience sitting within the viewing cone area will see a brighter image than those sitting just outside this area.

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