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3MDigital Projector

Control Application Guide Version 4.12

For Models: X21i / X26i / X30n / X31/ X31i / X35n / X36 / X36i / WX36 / WX36i / X46 / X46i / X56 / X62w / X64w / X70 / X75 / X80 / X90 / X90K / X90W / X95 / X95i

Revision History

Revision Date

Page(s) Changed

Description of Change

4/2009

All pages

First edition, models X70, X75, X80, X90, X95, X95i

4/2010

All pages

Add models X62w, X64w, X30n, X35n

6/2010

All pages

Add models X31, X36, X46

7/2010

All pages

Add model WX36

12/2011

All pages

Add model X56

3/2012

All pages

Add model X21i, X26i

8/2012

All pages

Add model X31i, X36i, X46i, WX36i

Intended Use

The 3M™ Digital Projectors are designed, built, and tested for use indoors, using 3M lamps, 3M ceiling mount hardware, and common line voltages (100V to 240V AC, 50/60 Hz).The use of other replacement lamps, outdoor operation, or different voltages has not been tested and could damage the projector, peripheral equipment and/or create a potentially unsafe operating condition.

3M Digital Projectors are designed to operate in a normal office environment.

100V - 240V AC, 50/60 Hz

16° to 29° C (60° to 85° F)

10-80% RH (without condensation)

0-1828m (0-6000 feet) above sea level

The ambient operating environment should be free of airborne smoke, grease, oil and other contaminates that can effect the operation or performance of the projector.

The 3M logo and 3M are trademarks of the 3M Company. Other trademarks used herein are the properties of their respective owners.

Important Notice

All statements, technical information, and recommendations related to 3M’s products are based on information believed to be reliable, but the accuracy or completeness is not guaranteed. Before using this product, you must evaluate it and determine if it is suitable for your intended application. You assume all risks and liability associated with such use. Any statements related to the product which are not contained in 3M’s current publications, or any contrary statements contained on your purchase order shall have no force or effect unless expressly agreed upon, in writing, by an authorized officer of 3M.

Warranty and Limited Remedy

3M warrants that when the 3M Product is used according to 3M’s Intended Use Statement (www.3M.com/meetings), it will perform satisfactorily for the warranted durability period as stated in the applicable 3M Product Manual in effect at the time of purchase. The warranties stated in the applicable 3M Product Manuals are exclusive and are made in place of any and all express or implied warranties or conditions, including any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, or any industry practice or custom or trade usage. Failure to follow the instructions contained in the appropriate 3M Product Manual or to use the 3M Product in accordance with 3M’s Intended Use Statement will void all warranties and limited remedies.

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For warranty service, you must provide proof of the date of the original purchase, otherwise the manufacturing code date will be used to establish the start date of the warranty. 3M Product Manuals include durability statements and may include limitations specific to the product(s) being used or its intended applications, which take precedence over any statement made here. Warranty terms, limitations and exclusions may differ outside the United States of America.

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Division

 

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Tel: 1-800-328-1371

Austin, Texas 78726-9000

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Contents

1.

INTRODUCTION..........................................................................................................................................

3

 

1.1

OUTLINE.................................................................................................................................................

3

 

1.2

SYSTEM..................................................................................................................................................

3

2.

INSTALLATION...........................................................................................................................................

4

 

2.1

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS.........................................................................................................................

4

 

2.2

PROJECTOR CONTROL INSTALLATION......................................................................................................

5

3.

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ....................................................................................................................

7

 

3.1

CREATE LOGIN ACCOUNTS ......................................................................................................................

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3.2

START APPLICATION ...............................................................................................................................

9

 

3.3

MAIN WINDOW........................................................................................................................................

9

 

3.4

EXIT APPLICATION ................................................................................................................................

10

 

3.5

APPLICATION MINIMIZATION ..................................................................................................................

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3.6

CONFIGURE PROJECTOR SETTINGS .......................................................................................................

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3.7

BUTTONS .............................................................................................................................................

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3.8

ADVANCED CONTROL ...........................................................................................................................

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3.9

IMAGE SEND TO PROJECTOR.................................................................................................................

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3.10

MY IMAGE (E-SHOT)..........................................................................................................................

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3.11

SOFTWARE VERSION.............................................................................................................................

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Pentium is the registered trademark of Intel Corporation in the US and other countries.

All other trademarks are the property of their respected owners.

Warning

This software is free. The manufacturer has no responsibility for any errors that may occur while using this software.

This software, or any product used with this software may not be used for any act which obstructs the Maintenance of the International Peace and Safety.

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1. Introduction

1.1 Outline

The Projector Control Application, PJCtrl is software that allows you to control the projectors on the network or connected via RS232C cable. With this application, the Computer can control projectors on the network remotely.

1.2 System

The following diagram shows a typical network diagram for the Projector Tool.

RS-232C

LAN

 

 

 

HUB

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LAN

 

 

 

 

 

LAN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LAN

 

 

 

 

 

LAN

 

 

Ethernet

/ RS-232C

Converter

RS-232C

Use a UTP cable category 5 or higher for a Local Area Network cable.

Use a cross type cable when using a serial cable.

The Projector Control Application can control up to 5 of the same model projectors.

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2. Installation

2.1 System Requirements

The minimum System requirements for the Projector Control Application are shown below.

(1) Operating System

Windows 2000

Professional

Windows XP

Home Edition / Professional

Windows Vista

Home Basic / Home Premium / Business / Ultimate / Enterprise

Windows 7

Starter / Home Basic / Home Premium / Professional / Ultimate / Enterprise

(2)CPU

Pentium3 500MHz or higher

(3)Memory

128MB or higher

(4)Hard disk space

Minimum 20MB free space for installation

(5)Serial port

This port is required to control projectors by RS-232C

(6)LAN port

This port is required to control projectors through a network

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2.2 Projector Control Installation

Please follow next steps to install the software into your computer.

(1)Double click the file “InstForPJCtrl.exe”.

(2)Select the language (English, Japanese or Chinese [Simplified]) during the installation process. And then click [OK].

(3)Click [Next].

(4)Read “License Agreement” and select “I accept the terms of the license agreement” and click [Next] if you agree the license agreement. Otherwise, click [Cancel] and stop the installation.

(5) Confirm the program folder, and then click [Next].

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(6)Confirm the install folder and program folder again, and then click [Next].

(7)Click [Finish] to complete the Projector Control Application setup wizard.

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3. Operating Instructions

3.1 Create login accounts

The Projector Control Application requires a login name and password to launch the software. The Projector User Administration Tool helps you to create new user accounts.

3.1.1How to launch

Double Click “PJUsrEdit.exe” that is located on same folder that you installed Projector Control Application.

It automatically launches the Projector User Administration Tool, if no user accounts are created yet. Also Projector Control Application has a short cut [File] [User Configuration] to launch Projector User Administration Tool.

3.1.2How to exit

Select [File] [Exit] from the menu or click [x] bottom of the top right corner. If the changes are made, you will be required to confirm the changes.

3.1.3Main Window

Menu

User List

(1) Menu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Menu

Sub Menu

Description

 

File

Save

Save user data

 

 

Exit

Exit

 

Edit

Add New User

Create new user

 

 

Change User

Edit user account

 

 

Delete User

Delete user account

(2)User List

The status in the User List is described below.

Row name

Description

User Name

Username (ID)

Description

Comment

Man

“●” shows that the user can access to the PJMan (Projector Management Tool)

Ctrl

“●” shows that the user can access to the PJCtrl (Projector Control Tool)

Img

“●” shows that the user can access to the PJImg (Projector Image Tool)

FTP

“●” shows that the user can access to the PJTransfer (Projector File Transfer Tool).

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3.1.4Creating new user account

Select [Edit] [Add New User] or right clicks on the user list and select [Add New User]. The following dialog window appears.

User Name

--- Define user name, up to 20 characters

Description

--- Add comments, up to 50 characters

User Rights

--- Define accessibility. It defines the

 

accessibility for the application software by

 

each user account. The user can use

 

allocation only marked application software.

Select All

--- Select all application software.

UnSel All

--- Unselect all application software.

Press [OK] button after entering user name. The [Change Password] dialog appears. Enter new password and confirm entered password. The password is up to 20 characters and case sensitive.

3.1.5Edit user account

Double click a username on the user list or select [Edit] [Change User] after choosing user to open edit dialog. You can edit username, description and accessibility (user rights).

Click the button to change password. Enter old and new password, and re-enter new password to confirm.

3.1.6Delete user account

Select [Edit] [Delete User] or right click on the user list and select [Delete User]. The confirmation window will popup.

3.1.7Save user account

Select [File] [Save].

The date is stored in the file, “C:\Program Files\Common Files\Projector Tools\config \UserList”.

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3.2 Start Application

Select Windows [Start] [Program] [Projector Tools] [Projector Control Application]. The login window is appeared.

Enter the username and password that is created by “Projector User Administration Tool”. After logged in, a “Configuration” window is appeared. Please refer the section 3.6 Configure Projector Settings on page 9. Once the configuration is done, click [OK].

3.3 Main Window

Click the icon to perform each function. The functions are shown below.

[About] icon [Image Send] icon [Advanced] icon [Freeze Off] icon [Freeze On] icon [Mute] icon [Volume] icon [Blank Off] icon [Blank On] icon [Input Source] icon [Power Off] icon [Power On] icon [Configuration] icon

Note: Some icons may not show up depending on the model you choose. For example, [Image Send] icon is only for the models CL33X, CL35X, CL67N, CL69N, CL86X, PL90X, PL92X, PL96X, WX36, WX36i, X21i, X26i, X30N, X31, X31i, X35N, X35NK, X36, X36i, X46, X46i, X56, X90 and X90K.

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3.4 Exit Application

Right click the PJCtrl icon on the task tray at the right-bottom corner and select [exit]. And click [Yes] on the confirmation window. Also you can click the [x] icon on the right top corner of main window to exit application.

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3.5 Application Minimization

You can hide the main window into the task tray to click the minimization icon on the window. Right click the PJCtrl icon on the task tray and select [Show] to restore window.

3.6 Configure Projector Settings

You need to setup the projector settings such as connection type and projector model. Click the [Configuration] icon to configure settings.

(1)Projector Model

Select a projector model that you want to control from the drop down list. The icons on the main window and Advanced Control items are vary due to the model differences.

The discovery feature is available on CL33X, CL35X, CL67N, CL69N, CL72X, CL73W, CL73X, CL86X, NE7, PL90X, PL92X, PL93X, PL95X, PL96X, WX36, WX36i, X21i, X26i, X30N, X31, X31i, X35N, X35NK, X36, X36i, X46, X46i, X56, X62w, X64w, X90, X90K, X90w, X95, X95K, X95i and X95iK.

The discovery feature will find all projectors on the network if the discovery feature is supported. Once the discovery is done, the discovery result is stored in the software and you can look up this result from “Configuration” window.

[NOTE]

Windows Security Alert will be shown on your display when the discovery function activates, if Windows Firewall is “On” on Windows XP SP2 or later. Please choose “Unblock” to add the software onto the exception list. Also other firewall security software may block the discovery function. In that case, please add the software to the safe list or disable firewall software when you use discovery function.

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(2)Connection Setting

RS-232C --- Check the radio button and choose COM port number for serial connection.

NETWORK

--- Check the radio button for network

 

connection.

Please

enter

the

IP

 

address of projector and port

 

number.

You

can

choose

the

 

projector from the discovered list if

 

the discovery function is already run.

 

The default port number of PL75X,

 

PL80X, X70, X75, X75C, X75K, X80,

 

X80C and X80K is 23. The default of

 

CL33X,

CL35X,

CL67N,

CL69N,

 

CL72X,

CL73W, CL73X,

CL86X,

 

NE7, PL93X, PL96X, WX36, WX36i,

 

X21i, X26i, X30N, X31, X31i, X35N,

 

X35NK, X36, X36i, X46, X46i, X56,

 

X62w, X64w, X90, X90K, X90w, X95,

 

X95K, X95i and X95iK is 23 or

 

9715. Authentication

and Password

 

is available for CL33X, CL35X,

 

CL67N,

CL69N,

CL72X,

CL73W,

 

CL73X, CL86X, NE7, PL90X, PL93X,

 

PL95X,

PL92X,

PL96X,

WX36,

 

WX36i, X21i, X26i, X30N, X31, X31i,

 

X35N, X35NK, X36, X36i, X46, X46i,

 

X56, X62w, X64w, X90, X90K, X90w,

 

X95, X95K, X95i and X95iK.

 

 

Projector List

--- The list shows the projectors that you register.

 

[Insert]

: Insert new projector into the projector list.

 

[Update]

: Update selected projector setting and save changes.

 

[Delete]

:

Delete selected projector from the projector list.

When you manage multiple projectors at the same time, you need to pick one projector and select a checkbox in order to be a delegate for displaying CH selection and volume level.

Please rarify IP settings to make sure the PJCtrl is able to communicate with the projector by ping command.

(3)Configure Buttons

Click the Show Buttons TAB to configure which bottoms you want to use. Check the checkbox that you want to show as the button. The configuration window can be displayed if you make a right click on the task tray icon.

Icon Size:

Also you can choose icon size from 24, 36 or 48 dots.

Always on top:

“Always on top” option allows that the PJCtrl application always show up foreground.

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(4)Option

Skip user check:

Check “skip user check” option if you don’t need the user login process at application launch. If you need to check user account at each time, uncheck this option.

Skip configuration dialog:

Check “skip configuration dialog” option if you don’t need to show the configuration window at application launch.

User Configuration:

Launch Projector User Administration Tool.

Edit CH Label:

Display Edit CH Label window.

Configure CH label text that shows underneath each CH icon. The text length is depending on the icon size as shown below.

Icon size 24x24:up to 4 characters

Icon size 36x36:up to 6 characters

Icon size 48x48: up to 8 characters

This is an example how CH label is looks like.

Update Interval:

Set the interval period to update CH status from the projector.

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3.7 Buttons

Power ON:

Power the projector on.

Power OFF:

Power the projector off.

Input Source:

Switch the input source (CH).

The icon of current input channel is shown as “selected” icon (hollow). When you manage multiple projectors, the status of delegated projector is shown.

Blank ON:

Blank the screen.

Blank OFF:

Un-blank the screen.

Volume:

Volume up and down. The control bar appears when you click the icon. When you manage multiple projectors, the delegated projector’s value is displayed. Please note that the value may not the same among multiple projectors.

Mute:

Sound mute. Toggled.

Freeze ON:

Freeze image.

Freeze OFF:

Unfreeze image.

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3.8 Advanced Control

You can access the advanced control functions through Advanced Control Menu. Click the “ADV” icon to open the advanced control window. Choose the target projector to control.

Advanced control items are depending on the projector model.

PL80X / X70 / X80 / X80C / X80K

[STATUS] Tab

Function

General Description

Power

Displays the current power status.

 

Off / On / Cool down

Input Source

Displays the current input source.

 

M1-D / RGB / BNC / Video / S-Video / Component

Error Status

Displays the current error status.

 

Normal / Cover Error / Fan Error / Lamp Error / Temp Error / Air Flow Error / Lamp Time Error /

 

Cold Error / Filter Error / Other Error

Blank On /Off

Displays the current blank on/off status.

 

Off / On

Mute

Displays the current mute status.

 

Off / On

Freeze

Displays the current freeze status.

 

Normal / Freeze

Lamp Time

Displays the usage time for the current lamp.

Filter Time

Displays the usage time for the current filter.

Reset

Initialize the selected function.

 

Lamp Time / Filter Time

 

[Execute]: After the confirmation message, the selected function will be initialized.

[MAIN] Tab

Function

General Description

Bright

Adjusts the brightness.

 

[-]: Decrease the brightness value.

 

[+]: Increase the brightness value.

Contrast

Adjusts the contrast.

 

[-]: Decrease the contrast value.

 

[+]: Increase the contrast value.

Aspect

Switches the mode for aspect ratio.

 

4:3 / 16:9 / Small / Normal

Whisper

Turn off/on the whisper mode.

 

Normal / Whisper

Mirror

Switches the mode for mirror status.

 

Normal / H:Invert / V:Invert / H&V:Invert

Language

Switches the menu language.

 

English / French / German / Spanish / Italian / Norwegian / Dutch / Portuguese / Japanese /

 

Simplified Chinese / Korean / Swedish / Russian / Finnish / Polish

Reset

Initialize the selected function.

 

Bright / Contrast

 

[Execute]: After the confirmation message, the selected function will be initialized.

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[PICTURE-1] Tab

Function

 

General Description

Gamma

 

Switches the gamma mode.

 

 

Normal / Cinema / Dynamic / Custom

Custom Gamma

 

Adjusts the gamma data.

 

 

[-]: Decrease the gamma value.

 

 

[+]: Increase the gamma value.

Color Temp

 

Switches the color temperature mode.

 

 

Low / Middle / High / User

Custom User R

 

Adjusts the red color level for the user mode of red color temperature.

 

100 / 90 / 80 / 70 / 60 / 50

Custom User G

 

Adjusts the green color level for the user mode of green color temperature.

 

100 / 90 / 80 / 70 / 60 / 50

Custom User B

 

Adjusts the blue color level for the user mode of blue color temperature.

 

100 / 90 / 80 / 70 / 60 / 50

Color Bal R

 

Adjusts the red color balance.

 

 

[-]: Decrease the red color balance value.

 

 

[+]: Increase the red color balance value.

Color Bal G

 

Adjusts the green color balance.

 

 

[-]: Decrease the green color balance value.

 

 

[+]: Increase the green color balance value.

Color Bal B

 

Adjusts the blue color balance (blue).

 

 

[-]: Decrease the blue color balance value.

 

 

[+]: Increase the blue color balance value.

Sharpness

 

Adjusts the sharpness.

 

 

[-]: Decrease the sharpness value.

 

 

[+]: Increase the sharpness value

Color

 

Adjusts the strength of whole color.

 

 

[-]: Decrease the color value.

 

 

[+]: Increase the color value

Tint

 

Adjusts the tint.

 

 

[-]: Decrease the tint value.

 

 

[+]: Increase the tint value.

My Memory

 

Loads the data from the memory.

 

 

Load1 / Load2 / Load3 / Load4

 

 

Saves the current adjustment data into the memory.

 

 

Save1 / Save2 / Save3 / Save4

 

 

[Execute]: Performs each function.

Reset

 

Initialize the selected function.

 

 

Color Bal R / Color Bal G / Color Bal B / Sharpness / Color / Tint

 

 

[Execute]: After the confirmation message, the selected function will be initialized.

[PICTURE-2] Tab

Function

 

General Description

Position

 

Adjust the display position.

 

[

]: Increase the vertical position value.

 

[

]: Decrease the vertical position value.

 

[

]: Increase the horizontal position value.

 

[

]: Decrease the horizontal position value.

H Phase

 

Adjust the horizontal phase to eliminate flicker.

 

 

[-]: Decrease the horizontal phase value.

 

 

[+]: Increase the horizontal phase value.

H Size

 

Adjust the horizontal size.

 

 

[-]: Decrease the horizontal size value.

 

 

[+]: Increase the horizontal size value.

Over Scan

 

Adjust the over-scan ratio.

 

 

[-]: Decrease the over-scan value.

 

 

[+]: Increase the over-scan value.

Reset

 

Initialize the selected function.

 

 

 

V Position / H Position / H Size / Over Scan

 

 

[Execute]: After the confirmation message, the selected function will be initialized.

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[INPUT] Tab

Function

General Description

Color Space

Switches the mode for color space.

 

Auto / RGB / SMPTE240 / REC709 / REC601

Component

Switches the function of the COMPONENT port.

 

Component / Scart RGB

Video Format

Switches the mode for video format.

 

Auto / NTSC / PAL / SECAM / NTSC4.43 / M-PAL / N-PAL

3D-YCS

Turns off/on the 3D-YCS.

 

Off / On

Video NR

Switches the noise reduction mode.

 

Low / Middle / High

S2-Aspect

Turns off/on the S2-aspect function

 

Off / On

P.IN P. Input

Switches the signal input port for the child window.

 

Video / S-Video

P.IN P. Position

Switches the display position of the child window.

 

Upper Left / Upper Right / Bottom Left / Bottom Right

P.IN P. Audio

Switches the audio source of the child window.

 

RGB / Video

P.IN P. Size

Switches the display size of the child window.

 

Off / Large / Small

Power Up Input

Switches the signal input port to display just when the projector is turned on.

 

Last Input / M1-D / RGB / BNC / Component / S-Video / Video

[AUTO] Tab

Function

General Description

Adjust

[Execute]: Performs the automatic adjustment feature.

Power Off

Adjusts the time to count down to automatically turn the projector off.

 

[-]: Decrease auto power off time.

 

[+]: Increase auto power off time.

Power On

Turns off/on the auto power on function.

 

Off / On

Search

Turns off/on the automatic signal search function.

 

Off / On

[SCREEN] Tab

Function

 

General Description

Blank

 

Switches the mode for the blank screen.

 

 

 

Blue / White / Black / MyScreen / Original

Start Up

 

Switches the mode for the start-up screen.

 

 

 

Original / Off / MyScreen

MyScreen Size

 

Switches the size of the MyScreen.

 

 

 

Full / x1

MyScreen Lock

 

Turn off/on the MyScreen lock function.

 

 

 

Off / On

Menu Position

 

Adjusts the menu position.

 

[

]: Increase the vertical menu position value.

 

[

]: Decrease the vertical menu position value.

 

[

]: Decrease the horizontal menu position value.

 

[

]: Increase the horizontal menu position value.

Message

 

Turns off/on the message function.

 

 

 

Off / On

Reset

 

Initialize the selected function.

 

 

 

Menu Position V / Menu Position H

 

 

[Execute]: After the confirmation message, the selected function will be initialized.

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[OPTION] Tab

Function

General Description

Volume

Adjusts the volume.

 

[-]: Decrease the volume value.

 

[+]: Increase the volume value.

Speaker

Turns off/on the built-in speaker.

 

Off / On

IR Remote

Turns off/on the remote sensor.

 

Front (Off / On)

 

Rear (Off / On)

 

Top (Off / On)

IR Remote ID

Switches the number as an ID number for remote control.

 

All / 1 / 2 / 3

Auto Adjust

Switches the auto adjustment enable function.

 

Disable / Enable

Lens Type

Switches the lens type currently used.

 

Auto / 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5

Lens Lock

Turns off/on the lens lock function.

 

Off / On

[OTHER] Tab

Function

General Description

Power

Turns off/on the power.

 

Off / On

Input Source

Switchs the input source.

 

M1-D / RGB / BNC / Video / S-Video / Component

Blank On / Off

Turns off/on the blank.

 

Off / On

Mute

Turns off/on the mute.

 

Off / On

Freeze

Turn off/on the freeze.

 

Normal / Freeze

Magnify

Adjusts the magnify setting.

 

[-]: Decrease the magnify value.

 

[+]: Increase the magnify value.

Keystone V

Adjusts the vertical keystone distortion.

 

[-]: Decrease the vertical keystone value.

 

[+]: Increase the vertical keystone value.

Keystone H

Adjusts the horizontal keystone distortion.

 

[-]: Decrease the horizontal keystone value.

 

[+]: Increase the horizontal keystone value.

Reset

Initialize the selected function.

 

Keystone V / Keystone H

 

[Execute]: After the confirmation message, the selected function will be initialized.

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PL75X / X75 / X75C / X75K

[STATUS] Tab

Function

General Description

Power

Displays the current power status.

 

Off / On / Cool down

Input Source

Displays the current input source.

 

DVI / RGB1 / RGB2 / Video / S-Video / Component

Error Status

Displays the current error status.

 

Normal / Cover Error / Fan Error / Lamp Error / Temp Error / Air Flow Error / Lamp Time Error /

 

Cold Error / Filter Error / Other Error

Blank On / Off

Displays the current blank on/off status.

 

Off / On

Mute

Displays the current mute status.

 

Off / On

Freeze

Displays the current freeze status.

 

Normal / Freeze

Lamp Time

Displays the usage time for the current lamp.

Filter Time

Displays the usage time for the current filter.

Reset

Initialize the selected function.

 

Lamp Time / Filter Time

 

[Execute]: After the confirmation message, the selected function will be initialized.

[PICTURE] Tab

Function

General Description

Bright

Adjusts the brightness.

 

[-]: Decrease the brightness value.

 

[+]: Increase the brightness value.

Contrast

Adjusts the contrast.

 

[-]: Decrease the contrast value.

 

[+]: Increase the contrast value.

Gamma

Switches the gamma mode.

 

#1-Custom / #2-Custom / #3-Custom / #1-Default / #2-Default / #3-Default

Color Temp

Switches the mode of color temperature.

 

Low / Middle / High / Custom

Color

Adjusts the strength of whole color.

 

[-]: Decrease the color value.

 

[+]: Increase the color value

Tint

Adjusts the tint.

 

[-]: Decrease the tint value.

 

[+]: Increase the tint value.

Sharpness

Adjusts the sharpness.

 

[-]: Decrease the sharpness value.

 

[+]: Increase the sharpness value.

My Memory

Loads the data on the memory.

 

Load1 / Load2 / Load3 / Load4

 

Saves the current adjustment data into the memory.

 

Save1 / Save2 / Save3 / Save4

 

[Execute]: Performs each function.

Reset

Initialize the selected function

 

Bright / Contrast / Color / Tint / Sharpness

 

[Execute]: After the confirmation message, the selected function will be initialized.

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