NEC PX800X, PX700W User Manual

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Projector

PX750U/PX700W/PX800X

User’s Manual

Model No.

NP-PX750U, NP-PX750UG, NP-PX700W, NP-PX700WG, NPPX800X, NP-PX800XG

The projector’s Model No. indicated on the projector’s label is NP-

PX750U, NP-PX750UG, NP-PX700W, NP-PX700WG, NP-PX800X, and NP-PX800XG respectively.

Each model is referred to as PX750U, PX700W, and PX800X respectively unless otherwise specified.

2nd edition, October 2011

DLP and BrilliantColor are trademarks of Texas Instruments.

Macintosh, Mac OS X and PowerBook are trademarks of Apple Inc. registered in the U.S. and other countries.

Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista, Internet Explorer, .NET Framework and PowerPoint are either a registered trademark or trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.

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Adobe, Adobe PDF, Adobe Reader, and Acrobat are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries.

Virtual Remote Tool uses WinI2C/DDC library, © Nicomsoft Ltd.

HDMI, the HDMI Logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.

DisplayPort, DisplayPort Certified Logo, VESA, and VESA logo are trademarks of the Video Electronics Standards Association, registered in the U.S. and other countries.

Trademark PJLink is a trademark applied for trademark rights in Japan, the United States of America and other countries and areas.

Wi-Fi®, Wi-Fi Alliance®, and Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA, WPA2)® are registered trademarks of the Wi-Fi Alliance.

Blu-ray is a trademark of Blu-ray Disc Association

Crestron, Crestron Control, and Crestron RoomView are trademarks or registered trademarks of Crestron Electronics, Inc.

Other product and company names mentioned in this user’s manual may be the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders.

NOTES

(1)The contents of this user’s manual may not be reprinted in part or whole without permission.

(2)The contents of this user’s manual are subject to change without notice.

(3)Great care has been taken in the preparation of this user’s manual; however, should you notice any questionable points, errors or omissions, please contact us.

(4)Notwithstanding article (3), NEC will not be responsible for any claims on loss of profit or other matters deemed to result from using the Projector.

Important Information

Safety Cautions

Precautions

Please read this manual carefully before using your NEC projector and keep the manual handy for future reference.

CAUTION

To turn off main power, be sure to remove the plug from power outlet.

The power outlet socket should be installed as near to the equipment as possible, and should be easily accessible.

CAUTION

TO PREVENT SHOCK, DO NOT OPEN THE CABINET.

THERE ARE HIGH-VOLTAGE COMPONENTS INSIDE.

REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.

This symbol warns the user that uninsulated voltage within the unit may be sufficient to cause electrical shock.Therefore, it is dangerous to make any kind of contact with any part inside of the unit.

This symbol alerts the user that important information concerning the operation and maintenance of this unit has been provided.

The information should be read carefully to avoid problems.

WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.

DO NOT USETHIS UNIT’S PLUGWITH AN EXTENSION CORD OR IN AN OUTLET UNLESS ALLTHE PRONGS CAN BE FULLY INSERTED.

DOC Compliance Notice (for Canada only)

This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.

Machine Noise Information Regulation - 3. GPSGV,

The highest sound pressure level is less than 70 dB (A) in accordance with EN ISO 7779.

Disposing of your used product

EU-wide legislation as implemented in each Member State requires that used electrical and electronic products carrying the mark (left) must be disposed of separately from normal household waste. This includes projectors and their electrical accessories or lamps.When you dispose of such products, please follow the guidance of your local authority and/or ask the shop where you purchased the product.

After collecting the used products, they are reused and recycled in a proper way. This effort will help us reduce the wastes as well as the negative impact such as mercury contained in a lamp to the human health and the environment at the minimum level.

The mark on the electrical and electronic products only applies to the current European Union Member States.

WARNING

When the projector is damaged, cooling fluids may come out of internal part.

Should this happen, immediately turn off the AC supply to the projector and contact your dealer.

DO NOT touch and drink the cooling fluid.When the cooling fluids are swallowed or contacted with your eyes, please consult medical attention immediately. If you touch the cooling fluid with your hand, rinse your hands well under running water.

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WARNING TO CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS:

Handling the cables supplied with this product will expose you to lead, a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. WASH HANDS AFTER HANDLING.

RF Interference (for USA only)

WARNING

The Federal Communications Commission does not allow any modifications or changes to the unit EXCEPT those specified by NEC Display Solutions of America, Inc. in this manual. Failure to comply with this government regulation could void your right to operate this equipment. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.

If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.

Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.

Consult the dealer or an experienced radio / TV technician for help.

For UK only: In UK, a BS approved power cord with moulded plug has a Black (five Amps) fuse installed for use with this equipment. If a power cord is not supplied with this equipment please contact your supplier.

Important Safeguards

These safety instructions are to ensure the long life of your projector and to prevent fire and shock. Please read them carefully and heed all warnings.

Installation

Do not place the projector in the following conditions:

-on an unstable cart, stand, or table.

-near water, baths, or damp rooms.

-in direct sunlight, near heaters, or heat radiating appliances.

-in a dusty, smoky or steamy environment.

-on a sheet of paper or cloth, rugs or carpets.

If you wish to have the projector installed on the ceiling:

-Do not attempt to install the projector yourself.

-The projector must be installed by qualified technicians in order to ensure proper operation and reduce the risk of bodily injury.

-In addition, the ceiling must be strong enough to support the projector and the installation must be in accordance with any local building codes.

-Please consult your dealer for more information.

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WARNING

Do not cover the lens with the lens cap or equivalent while the projector is on. Doing so can lead to melting of the cap due to the heat emitted from the light output.

Do not place any objects, which are easily affected by heat, in front of the projector lens. Doing so could lead to the object melting from the heat that is emitted from the light output.

Do not tilt the projector to the left or right. Doing so may result in malfunction.There is no limit on the tilt angle upward or downward. Select an appropriate option for [FAN MODE] according to the installation angle.

Fire and Shock Precautions

Ensure that there is sufficient ventilation and that vents are unobstructed to prevent the build-up of heat inside your projector. Allow minimum spaces between your projector and a wall. (→ page v and vi)

Do not try to touch the ventilation outlet on the rear side of the cabinet as it can become heated while the projector is turned on and immediately after the projector is turned off. Parts of the projector may become temporarily heated if the projector is turned off with the POWER button or if the AC power supply is disconnected during normal projector operation.

Use caution when picking up the projector.

Prevent foreign objects such as paper clips and bits of paper from falling into your projector.Do not attempt to retrieve any objects that might fall into your projector.Do not insert any metal objects such as a wire or screwdriver into your projector. If something should fall into your projector, disconnect it immediately and have the object removed by a qualified service personnel.

Do not place any objects on top of the projector.

Do not touch the power plug during a thunderstorm. Doing so can cause electrical shock or fire.

The projector is designed to operate on a power supply of 100-240V AC 50/60 Hz (PX750U/PX700W/PX800X)/200240V AC 50/60Hz (PX750UG/PX700WG/PX800XG). Ensure that your power supply fits this requirement before attempting to use your projector.

Do not look into the lens while the projector is on. Serious damage to your eyes could result.

Keep any items (magnifying glass etc.) out of the light path of the projector.The light path being projected from the lens is extensive, therefore any kind of abnormal objects that can redirect light coming out of the lens, can cause an unpredictable outcome such as a fire or injury to the eyes.

Do not place any objects, which are easily affected by heat, in front of a projector exhaust vent.

Doing so could lead to the object melting or getting your hands burned from the heat that is emitted from the exhaust.

Handle the power cord carefully. A damaged or frayed power cord can cause electric shock or fire.

-Do not use any power cord other than the one supplied with the projector.

-Do not bend or tug the power cord excessively.

-Do not place the power cord under the projector, or any heavy object.

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-Do not cover the power cord with other soft materials such as rugs.

-Do not heat the power cord.

-Do not handle the power plug with wet hands.

Turn off the projector, unplug the power cord and have the projector serviced by a qualified service personnel under the following conditions:

-When the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed.

-If liquid has been spilled into the projector, or if it has been exposed to rain or water.

-If the projector does not operate normally when you follow the instructions described in this user’s manual.

-If the projector has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged.

-If the projector exhibits a distinct change in performance, indicating a need for service.

Disconnect the power cord and any other cables before carrying the projector.

Turn off the projector and unplug the power cord before cleaning the cabinet or replacing the lamp.

Turn off the projector and unplug the power cord if the projector is not to be used for an extended period of time.

When using a LAN cable:

For safety, do not connect to the connector for peripheral device wiring that might have excessive voltage.

CAUTION

A minimum of two persons are required to carry the projector. Otherwise the projector may tumble or drop, causing personal injury.

Keep hands away from the lens mounting portion while the lens shift is in operation. Failure to do so could result in hands being pinched by the moving lens.

Do not use the tilt-foot for purposes other than originally intended. Misuses such as gripping the tilt-foot or hanging on the wall can cause damage to the projector.

Do not send the projector in the soft case by parcel delivery service or cargo shipment.The projector inside the soft case could be damaged.

Set [LAMP SELECT] and [LAMP INTERVAL MODE] if you continue to use the projector for consecutive days. (From the menu, select [LAMP MODE] → [LAMP SELECT] and [LAMP INTERVAL MODE].)

Before using Direct Power Off, be sure to allow at least 20 minutes immediately after turning on the projector and starting to display an image.

Do not unplug the power cord from the wall outlet or projector when the projector is powered on. Doing so can cause damage to the AC IN connector of the projector and (or) the prong plug of the power cord.

To turn off the AC power supply when the projector is powered on, use the projector's main power switch or a power strip equipped with a switch and a breaker.

Do not turn off the AC power for 60 seconds after the lamp is turned on and while the POWER indicator is blinking blue. Doing so could cause premature lamp failure.

Use of a wall outlet with a 20 A or more circuit breaker is recommended.

Caution on Handling the Optional Lens

When shipping the projector with the lens, remove the lens before shipping the projector. Always attach the dust cap to the lens whenever it is not mounted on the projector.The lens and the lens shift mechanism may encounter damage caused by improper handling during transportation.

Remote Control Precautions

Handle the remote control carefully.

If the remote control gets wet, wipe it dry immediately.

Avoid excessive heat and humidity.

Do not short, heat, or take apart batteries.

Do not throw batteries into fire.

If you will not be using the remote control for a long time, remove the batteries.

Ensure that you have the batteries’ polarity (+/−) aligned correctly.

Do not use new and old batteries together, or use different types of batteries together.

Dispose of used batteries according to your local regulations.

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Note for US Residents

The lamp in this product contains mercury. Please dispose according to Local, State or Federal Laws.

Lamp and Color Wheel Replacement

Use the specified lamp for safety and performance.

To replace the lamp and the color wheel, follow all instructions provided on page 174 and 209 respectively.

Be sure to replace the lamp when the message [THE LAMP HAS REACHED THE END OF ITS USABLE LIFE.

PLEASE REPLACE THE LAMP 1 (OR 2). USE THE SPECIFIED LAMP FOR SAFETY AND PERFORMANCE.] appears. If you continue to use the lamp after the lamp has reached the end of its usable life, the lamp bulb may shatter, and pieces of glass may be scattered in the lamp case.Do not touch them as the pieces of glass may cause injury.

If this happens, contact your dealer for lamp replacement.

A Lamp Characteristic

The projector has a high-pressure mercury lamp as a light source.

A lamp has a characteristic that its brightness gradually decreases with age. Also repeatedly turning the lamp on and off will increase the possibility of its lower brightness.

The actual lamp life may vary depending upon the individual lamp, the environmental conditions and usage.

CAUTION:

DO NOT TOUCH THE LAMP or THE COLOR WHEEL immediately after it has been used. It will be extremely hot.Turn the projector off and then disconnect the power cord. Allow at least one hour for the lamp to cool before handling.

When removing the lamp from a ceiling-mounted projector, make sure that no one is under the projector. Glass fragments could fall if the lamp has been burned out.

Clearance for Installing the Projector

Allow ample clearance between the projector and its surroundings as shown below.

Avoid installing the projector in a place where air movement from the HVAC is directed at the projector.

Heated air from the HVAC can be taken in by the projector's intake vent. If this happens, the temperature inside the projector will rise too high causing the over-temperature protector to automatically turn off the projectors power.

Example 1 – If there are walls on both sides of the projector.

50 cm/19.7" or greater

30 cm/12" or greater

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOTE:

The drawing shows the proper clearance required for the front, back and top of the projector.

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Example 2 – If there is a wall behind the projector.

(1) For floor installation:

70 cm/27.6" or greater

Lens

NOTE:

The drawing shows the proper clearance required for the back, sides and top of the projector.

(2) For ceiling mounting:

Ceiling mount unit

30 cm/12" or

 

greater

70 cm/27.6"

 

or greater

Lens

 

NOTE:

1.The drawing shows the proper clearance required for the front, sides, back and bottom of the projector.

2.If suspending the projector 30 cm/12 inches away from the ceiling, allow ample clearance for all four sides and the under the projector.

(3) Upward or downward projection:

When using the projector in an upward projection angle, allow 1 m/ 40 inches or greater between the exhaust vent and the wall.

When using the projector in a downward projection angle, allow 70 cm/ 27.6 inches or greater between the exhaust vent and the wall.

About High Altitude mode

Set [FAN MODE] to [HIGH ALTITUDE] when using the projector at altitudes approximately 5500 feet/1600 meters or higher.

Using the projector at altitudes approximately 5500 feet/1600 meters or higher without setting to [HIGH ALTITUDE] can cause the projector to overheat and the protector could shut down. If this happens, wait a couple minutes and turn on the projector.

Using the projector at altitudes less than approximately 5500 feet/1600 meters and setting to [HIGH ALTITUDE] can cause the lamp to overcool, causing the image to flicker. Switch [FAN MODE] to [AUTO].

Using the projector at altitudes approximately 5500 feet/1600 meters or higher can shorten the life of internal parts such as the lamp.

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Orientation and Fan Mode

When changing the projector orientation, also change the [SETTING] option of [FAN MODE] accordingly. Failure to do so may cause product malfunction.

About Copyright of original projected pictures:

Please note that using this projector for the purpose of commercial gain or the attraction of public attention in a venue such as a coffee shop or hotel and employing compression or expansion of the screen image with the following functions may raise concern about the infringement of copyrights which are protected by copyright law.

[ASPECT RATIO], [3D REFORM], [D-ZOOM] feature and other similar features.

Turkish RoHS information relevant for Turkish market

EEE Yönetmeliğine Uygundur.

This device is not intended for use in the direct field of view at visual display workplaces.To avoid incommoding reflections at visual display workplaces this device must not be placed in the direct field of view.

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Table of Contents

Important Information............................................................................................

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1. Introduction...........................................................................................................

1

1 What’s in the Box?..........................................................................................................

1

Introduction to the Projector...........................................................................................

2

Congratulations on Your Purchase of the Projector..................................................

2

Features you’ll enjoy:................................................................................................

2

About this user’s manual..........................................................................................

3

Part Names of the Projector...........................................................................................

4

Front/Top...................................................................................................................

4

Rear..........................................................................................................................

5

Control Panel/Indicator Section................................................................................

6

Terminal Panel Features...........................................................................................

7

Part Names of the Remote Control................................................................................

8

Battery Installation....................................................................................................

9

Remote Control Precautions....................................................................................

9

Operating Range for Wireless Remote Control........................................................

9

Operating Environment for Software Included on CD-ROM.........................................

10

Operating Environment...........................................................................................

11

2. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation)...............................................

12

Flow of Projecting an Image.........................................................................................

12

Connecting Your Computer/Connecting the Power Cord.............................................

13

Using the Supplied Power Cord Stopper................................................................

14

Turning on the Projector...............................................................................................

16

Note on Startup screen (Menu Language Select screen)......................................

18

If the projected image is inverted or upside down..................................................

19

Selecting a Source.......................................................................................................

20

Selecting the computer or video source.................................................................

20

Adjusting the Picture Size and Position........................................................................

21

Adjusting the vertical position of a projected image (Lens shift).............................

22

Focus......................................................................................................................

24

Zoom......................................................................................................................

25

Adjusting the Tilt Feet.............................................................................................

25

Correcting Keystone Distortion....................................................................................

26

Optimizing Computer Signal Automatically..................................................................

28

Adjusting the Image Using Auto Adjust..................................................................

28

Turning off the Projector...............................................................................................

29

After Use......................................................................................................................

30

3. Convenient Features......................................................................................

31

1 Blocking the lamp light (LENS SHUTTER)..................................................................

31

Turning off the Image...................................................................................................

31

Freezing a Picture........................................................................................................

31

Enlarging a Picture.......................................................................................................

32

Changing Eco Mode/Checking Energy-Saving Effect Using Eco Mode [ECO

 

MODE]....................................................................................................................

33

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Checking Energy-Saving Effect [CARBON METER]..............................................

34

Using the Optional Remote Mouse Receiver (NP01MR).............................................

35

Correcting Horizontal and Vertical Keystone Distortion [CORNERSTONE].................

37

Cornerstone............................................................................................................

37

Displaying Two Pictures at the Same Time..................................................................

40

Selecting the PIP or PICTURE BY PICTURE Mode [MODE].................................

40

[POSITION]............................................................................................................

41

Preventing the Unauthorized Use of the Projector [SECURITY]..................................

42

Storing Changes for Lens Shift, Zoom, and Focus [LENS MEMORY].........................

45

Usage Example......................................................................................................

45

To store your adjusted values in [REF. LENS MEMORY]:......................................

45

To call up your adjusted values from [REF. LENS MEMORY]:................................

46

Controlling the Projector by Using an HTTP Browser..................................................

49

Projecting Your Computer’s Screen Image from the Projector via a Network

 

[NETWORK PROJECTOR]....................................................................................

56

Using the Projector to Operate Your Computer via a Network [REMOTE

 

DESKTOP].............................................................................................................

60

4. Using the Viewer..............................................................................................

66

What you can do with the Viewer.................................................................................

66

Preparing presentation materials.................................................................................

69

Projecting images stored in a USB memory device.....................................................

70

Starting the Viewer.................................................................................................

70

Exiting the Viewer...................................................................................................

73

Names and functions of Viewer screen..................................................................

74

Viewer option settings............................................................................................

79

Projecting data from shared folder...............................................................................

82

Connecting the projector to the shared folder .......................................................

82

Disconnecting the shared folder from the projector................................................

85

Projecting data from media server...............................................................................

86

Setting up “Media Sharing” in Windows Media Player 11.......................................

86

Setting up “Media Sharing” in Windows Media Player 12.......................................

88

Connecting the projector to the media server.........................................................

89

Disconnecting the projector from the media server................................................

90

Restrictions on displaying files.....................................................................................

91

Some restrictions on PowerPoint files....................................................................

91

Some restrictions on PDF files...............................................................................

91

5. Using On-Screen Menu................................................................................

92

Using the Menus..........................................................................................................

92

2 Menu Elements............................................................................................................

93

3 List of Menu Items........................................................................................................

94

4 Menu Descriptions & Functions [SOURCE].................................................................

97

COMPUTER 1, 2, and 3.........................................................................................

97

HDMI......................................................................................................................

97

DisplayPort.............................................................................................................

97

VIDEO....................................................................................................................

97

S-VIDEO.................................................................................................................

97

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VIEWER.................................................................................................................

97

NETWORK.............................................................................................................

97

SLOT (for optional board).......................................................................................

97

ENTRY LIST...........................................................................................................

97

TEST PATTERN.....................................................................................................

97

5 Menu Descriptions & Functions [ADJUST]................................................................

101

[PICTURE]............................................................................................................

101

[IMAGE OPTIONS]...............................................................................................

104

[VIDEO]................................................................................................................

108

Using the Lens Memory Function [LENS MEMORY]...........................................

109

6 Menu Descriptions & Functions [SETUP]..................................................................

110

[BASIC].................................................................................................................

110

[MENU].................................................................................................................

114

[INSTALLATION(1)]..............................................................................................

115

[INSTALLATION(2)]..............................................................................................

119

[OPTIONS(1)].......................................................................................................

121

[OPTIONS(2)].......................................................................................................

123

7 Menu Descriptions & Functions [INFO.].....................................................................

125

[USAGE TIME]......................................................................................................

125

[SOURCE(1)]........................................................................................................

126

[SOURCE(2)]........................................................................................................

126

[WIRED LAN]........................................................................................................

126

[WIRELESS LAN(1)].............................................................................................

127

[WIRELESS LAN(2)].............................................................................................

127

[VERSION(1)].......................................................................................................

127

[VERSION(2)].......................................................................................................

128

[OTHERS].............................................................................................................

128

8 Menu Descriptions & Functions [RESET]..................................................................

129

Returning to Factory Default [RESET]..................................................................

129

Application Menu........................................................................................................

131

IMAGE EXPRESS UTILITY..................................................................................

131

NETWORK PROJECTOR....................................................................................

131

REMOTE DESKTOP CONNECTION...................................................................

132

NETWORK SETTINGS........................................................................................

133

TOOLS.................................................................................................................

149

6. Connecting to Other Equipment...........................................................

154

Mounting a lens (sold separately)..............................................................................

154

Mounting the lens.................................................................................................

154

Removing the lens................................................................................................

155

Making Connections...................................................................................................

156

Analog RGB signal connection.............................................................................

156

Digital RGB signal connection..............................................................................

157

Connecting an External Monitor...........................................................................

159

Connecting Your DVD Player or Other AV Equipment..........................................

160

Connecting Component Input...............................................................................

161

Connecting HDMI Input........................................................................................

162

Connecting to a Wired LAN..................................................................................

163

Connecting to a Wireless LAN (sold separately)..................................................

164

Mounting a wireless LAN unit...............................................................................

164

To remove the wireless LAN unit..........................................................................

166

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Stacking projectors

............................................................................................... 168

7. Maintenance.....................................................................................................

171

Cleaning the Filters....................................................................................................

171

2 Cleaning the Lens......................................................................................................

173

3 Cleaning the Cabinet..................................................................................................

173

4 Replacing the Lamp and the Filters...........................................................................

174

Replacing the Filters..................................................................................................

177

8. User Supportware..........................................................................................

179

Installing Software Program.......................................................................................

179

Installation for Windows software.........................................................................

179

Installation for Macintosh software.......................................................................

182

Projecting Images or Videos from the Projector over a LAN (Image Express Utility

 

2.0).......................................................................................................................

183

What you can do with Image Express Utility 2.0..................................................

183

Connecting the projector to a LAN.......................................................................

184

Basic Operation of Image Express Utility 2.0.......................................................

185

Controlling the Projector over a LAN (PC Control Utility Pro 4).................................

194

Projecting Your Mac’s Screen Image from the Projector over a LAN (Image

 

Express Utility 2 for Mac)......................................................................................

195

What you can do with Image Express Utility 2.....................................................

195

Operating environment.........................................................................................

195

Connecting the projector to a LAN.......................................................................

195

Using Image Express Utility 2...............................................................................

196

Operating the Projector Via the LAN (Virtual Remote Tool).......................................

199

Converting PowerPoint files to Slides (Viewer PPT Converter 3.0)............................

202

9. Appendix.............................................................................................................

204

Throw distance and screen size.................................................................................

204

Tables of screen sizes and dimensions................................................................

204

Lens types and throw distance.............................................................................

205

Lens shifting range...............................................................................................

208

Replacing the Color Wheel (included)........................................................................

209

Storing Unused Color Wheel:...............................................................................

211

Mounting the Optional Board (sold separately)..........................................................

212

Compatible Input Signal List......................................................................................

214

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

216

Optical..................................................................................................................

216

Electrical...............................................................................................................

216

Mechanical...........................................................................................................

217

Option lens...........................................................................................................

218

Cabinet Dimensions...................................................................................................

219

Pin Assignments of D-Sub COMPUTER Input Connector.........................................

220

Troubleshooting..........................................................................................................

221

Indicator Messages..............................................................................................

221

Common Problems & Solutions............................................................................

223

If there is no picture, or the picture is not displayed correctly...............................

225

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PC Control Codes and Cable Connection

.................................................................. 226

Troubleshooting Check List........................................................................................

227

TravelCare Guide........................................................................................................

229

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NEC PX800X, PX700W User Manual

1. Introduction

1 What’s in the Box?

Make sure your box contains everything listed. If any pieces are missing, contact your dealer. Please save the original box and packing materials if you ever need to ship your projector.

Projector

Dust cap for lens (79TM1061)

*The projector is shipped without a lens. For the types of lens and throw distances, see page 205,

206, 207.

Important Information (For North

America: 7N8N1991) (For Other countries than North America:

7N8N1991 and 7N8N2001)

Quick Setup Guide (For North

America: 7N8N2011) (For Other countries than North America: 7N8N2011 and 7N8N2021)

Remote control (7N900961)

NEC Projector CD-ROM User’s manual (PDF) and the utility software

(7N951651)

For North America only:

Registration card

Limited warranty

For customers in Europe:

You will find our current valid Guarantee Policy on our Web Site: www.nec-display-solutions. com

AA alkaline batteries

(x2)

Lens theft prevention screw (79TM1071) This screw makes it difficult to remove the lens mounted on the projector. (page 155)

Power cord

(US: 79TM1001 for AC 120 V and 79TM1011 for AC 200 V) (EU: 79TM1021)

6-segment color wheel (79TM1081)

Stacking holders (x 3) (79TM1101)

Power cord stopper (79TM1111)

Anti-theft cap for LAN unit (for optional wireless LAN unit) (79TM1091)

Attaching/Removing the Dust Cap

To remove the dust cap from the projector, pull the upper end of the dust cap while clutching it.

To attach the dust cap to the projector, locate the catch on the lower end of the dust cap and place it into the opening of the projector with the point of a triangle mark ( ) facing downward ( in the figure below), and then push the upper end of the dust cap against the projector to place the catches into the slot while clutching the handle ( in the figure below).

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1. Introduction

Introduction to the Projector

This section introduces you to your new projector and describes the features and controls.

Congratulations on Your Purchase of the Projector

This projector is one of the very best projectors available today.The projector enables you to project precise images up to 500 inches (200 or 300 inches depending on the optional lens) across (measured diagonally) from your PC or Macintosh computer (desktop or notebook), VCR, DVD player, or document camera.

You can use the projector on a tabletop or cart, you can use the projector to project images from behind the screen, and the projector can be permanently mounted on a ceiling*1.The remote control can be used wirelessly.

*1 Do not attempt to mount the projector on a ceiling yourself.

The projector must be installed by qualified technicians in order to ensure proper operation and reduce the risk of bodily injury.

In addition, the ceiling must be strong enough to support the projector and the installation must be in accordance with any local building codes. Please consult your dealer for more information.

Features you’ll enjoy:

DLP® projector with high resolution and high brightness

High resolution display – PX750U: WUXGA (1920 × 1200) native resolution (16:10), PX700W: WXGA (1280 × 800) native resolution (16:10), PX800X: XGA (1024 × 768) native resolution (4:3)

Wide range of optional lenses selectable according to the place of installation

This projector supports 6 types* of optional lenses, providing a selection of lenses adapted for a variety of installation requirements.

In addition, the lenses can be mounted and removed in one touch.

Note that no lens is mounted upon shipment from the factory. Please purchase optional lenses separately. * 5 types for PX700W and PX800X

Dual Lamp system

Two lamp system offers increased lamp life and energy savings along with redundancy.

Double stackable for built in redundancy and high light output requirements

Double stacking projectors increase the brightness and visibility.

Powered Lens Shift, Zoom, and Focus offer installation flexibility

Powered Horizontal andVertical lens shift provides the ability to project from off center screen installations.Powered zoom and focus provide quick and easy adjustment.

360° installation angle (tilt-free)

The projector can be installed at any angle (360°).

Note, however, that the “fan mode” setting must be changed according to the angle of installation. Also, the projector cannot be installed tilted to the left or right.

Two types of color wheels (6-segment white) and (6-segment color) interchangeable

The projector is shipped with the 6-segment white color wheel installed. You can replace it with the included 6-segment color wheel to create images with more brilliant colors to match the source.

Wide range of input/output connectors (HDMI, DisplayPort, BNC, etc.)

The projector is equipped with a variety of input/output connectors:computer (analog), 5 BNC, HDMI, DisplayPort, Video, S-Video, etc. (The computer (analog) and BNC connectors also support component inputs.)

The projector’s HDMI and DisplayPort input connectors support HDCP.

Slot for optional board

The projector has a slot for the optional board (SB-01HC or other NEC’s interface boards).

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High picture quality processing circuit

The Reon-VX video processor is used to project high quality images.

Energy-saving design with a standby power consumption of 0.4 Watts or less

When the on-screen menu’s standby mode is set to “Power Saving”, the power consumption in the standby mode is 0.2 W (100-130 V AC)/ 0.4W (200-240V AC).

“Eco mode” for low power consumption and “Carbon Meter” display

The projector is equipped with an “eco mode” for reducing power consumption during use. Furthermore, the

power-saving effect when the eco mode is set is converted into the amount of reductions of CO2 emissions and this is indicated on the confirmation message displayed when the power is turned off and at “Information” on the on-screen menu (CARBON METER).

Seamless switch function for smoother screen changes when switching the signal (for PX750U only)

When the input connector is switched, the image displayed before switching is held so that that projector can write the new image without going to black.

Simultaneous display of 2 images (PIP/PICTURE BY PICTURE)

Two images can be projected simultaneously with a single projector.

There are two types of layouts for the two images: “picture-in-picture” in which a sub-picture is displayed on the main picture, and “picture-by-picture” in which the main and sub pictures are displayed next to each other.

Security function for preventing unauthorized use

This projector is equipped with the following security functions:

-Password security: When a password is set in the on-screen menu, a screen to input the password appears when the projector’s power is turned on.

-Theft prevention lock: A security cable compatible with Kensington locks can be connected to the projector.

Wired/wireless LAN compatibility (wireless LAN unit sold separately)

The projector is equipped with a LAN port (RJ-45) for connection to a wired LAN for transferring images from a computer to the projector, controlling the projector from a computer, etc.

Furthermore, the projector can be used in a wireless LAN by mounting the separately sold wireless LAN unit (NP02LM).

Convenient utility software (User Supportware) provided as standard

Three utility software programs (Image Express Utility 2.0, PC Control Utility Pro 4, Image Express Utility 2 for Mac) are provided on the included NEC Projector CD-ROM. Two more utility software programs can be downloaded from our website: Virtual Remote Tool and Viewer PPT Converter 3.0.

LAN-compatible viewer function

Still and moving images in shared folders on a computer connected by wired or wireless LAN can be projected with the projector’s viewer.

-The viewer supports the Windows Media Player 11’s “media sharing” function.

Crestron RoomView® compatibility

The projector supports Crestron RoomView®, allowing multiple devices connected in the network to be managed and controlled from a computer.

About this user’s manual

The fastest way to get started is to take your time and do everything right the first time. Take a few minutes now to review the user’s manual.This may save you time later on. At the beginning of each section of the manual you’ll find an overview. If the section doesn’t apply, you can skip it.

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1. Introduction

Part Names of the Projector

Front/Top

The lens is sold separately.The description below is for when the NP18ZL lens is mounted on the PX750U.

Indicator Section

(page 6)

Remote Sensor

(page 9)

Lens Release Button

(page 155)

Adjustable Tilt Foot

(page 25)

Lens

Ventilation (inlet)

Adjustable Tilt Foot

(page 25)

Filter Cover

* This security slot supports the MicroSaver ® Security System.

Terminal Panel (page 7)

Remote Sensor (located on the front and the rear)

(page 9)

Control Panel (page 6)

Built-in Security Slot ( )*

Slot for Power Cord Stopper (page 14)

AC Input

Connect the supplied power cord's three-pin plug here, and plug the other end into an active wall outlet. (page 13)

Main Power Switch

USB (LAN) Port (for optional Wireless LAN Unit) (page 164)

Lens Cap

(The lens cap is attached to the lens.)

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Rear

CAUTION:

Parts of the projector may become temporarily heated if the projector is turned off with the POWER button or if the AC power supply is disconnected during normal projector operation.

Use caution when picking up the projector.

Stacking Holder (3 locations)

Remote Sensor (located on the

Color Wheel Cover

front and the rear)

(page 9)

(page 209)

 

Filter Cover (page 171, 177)

Ventilation (outlet)

 

Heated air is exhausted from here.

 

 

Ventilation (inlet)

Lamp Cover (1)

 

(page 175, 176)

 

Lamp Cover (2)

 

(page 175, 176)

 

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Control Panel/Indicator Section

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1. (POWER) Button (→ page 17, 29)

2.POWER Indicator (→ page 17, 29, 221)

3.STATUS Indicator (→ page 221)

4.LAMP 1 and LAMP 2 Indicators (→ page 174, 222)

5.TEMP. Indicator (→ page 222)

6.SHUTTER Indicator (→ page 222)

7.SOURCE Button (→ page 20)

8.AUTO ADJ. Button (→ page 28)

9.3D REFORM Button (→ page 37)

10.ORIENTATION Button (→ page 19)

11.SHUTTER/HOME POSITION Button (→ page 22, 31)

NOTE: The “home position” for lens shift position is not the center position of the adjustable lens shift range. The home position should be used for lens installation.

12.MENU Button (→ page 92)

13.Buttons (→ page 92)

14.ENTER Button (→ page 92)

15.EXIT Button (→ page 92)

16.LENS SHIFT Buttons (→ page 22)

17.FOCUS +/− Buttons (→ page 24)

18.ZOOM +/− Buttons (→ page 25)

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Terminal Panel Features

 

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1.COMPUTER 1 IN/ Component Input Connector (Mini D-Sub 15 Pin) (page 13, 156, 161)

2.COMPUTER 2 IN / Component Input Connector (Mini D-Sub 15 Pin) (page 156, 161)

3.COMPUTER 3 IN/Component (R/Cr, G/Y, B/Cb, H,V) Connectors (BNC × 5) (page 156, 161)

4.HDMI IN Connector (Type A) (page 157, 158, 162)

5.DisplayPort IN Connector (DisplayPort 20P)(page 157)

6.MONITOR OUT (COMP 1) Connector (Mini D-Sub 15 Pin) (page 159)

7.VIDEO IN Connector (BNC) (page 160)

8.S-VIDEO IN Connector (Mini DIN 4 Pin) (page 160)

9.LAN Port (RJ-45) (page 163)

10.USB Port (Type A) (page 70)

11.PC CONTROL Port (D-Sub 9 Pin) (page 226)

Use this port to connect a PC or control system.This enables you to control the projector using serial communication protocol. If you are writing your own program, typical PC control codes are on page 226.

12.REMOTE Connector (Stereo Mini)

Use this connector for wired remote control of the projector using the NEC optional remote control.

Connect the projector and optional remote control using a commercially available wired remote control cable.

13.USB (LAN) Port (for optional Wireless LAN Unit) (page 164)

14.Optional Slot (SLOT) (page 212)

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1. Introduction

Part Names of the Remote Control

 

1

 

 

3

2

 

5

6

 

4

7

 

8

11

 

9

10

 

12

15

 

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14

 

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1.

Infrared Transmitter

 

 

(→ page 9)

 

2.POWER ON Button

(→ page 17)

3.POWER OFF Button

(→ page 29)

4, 5, 6. COMPUTER 1/2/3 Button

(→ page 20)

7.AUTO ADJ. Button

(→ page 28)

8.VIDEO Button

(→ page 20)

9.S-VIDEO Button

(→ page 20)

10.HDMI Button (→ page 20)

11.DisplayPort Button (→ page 20)

12.VIEWER Button (→ page 20, 66)

13.NETWORK Button (→ page 20)

14.SOURCE Button (→ page 20)

15.PIP Button (→ page 20, 40)

16.ID SET Button (→ page 120)

17.Numeric Keypad Button/CLEAR Button

(→ page 120)

18.MENU Button (→ page 92)

19.EXIT Button (→ page 92)

20.Button (→ page 92)

21.ENTER Button (→ page 92)

22.L-CLICK Button* (→ page 36)

23.R-CLICK Button* (→ page 36)

24.VOLUME (+)(−) Button (Not available)

25.D-ZOOM (+)(−) Button (→ page 32)

26.PAGE / Button* (→ page 36)

27.PICTURE Button (→ page 101, 103)

28.ECO Button (→ page 33)

29.ASPECT Button (→ page 106)

30.AV-MUTE Button (→ page 31)

31.3D REFORM Button (→ page 37)

32.FREEZE Button (→ page 31)

33.SHUTTER Button (→ page 31)

34.LENS SHIFT Button (→ page 22)

35.FOCUS/ZOOM Button (→ page 24, 25)

36.HELP Button (→ page 125)

*The PAGE / , , L-CLICK and R-CLICK buttons work only when a USB cable is connected with your computer.

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1. Introduction

Battery Installation

1 Press the catch and remove

the battery cover.

2 Install new ones (AA). Ensure that you have the batteries’polarity (+/−) aligned correctly.

3 Slip the cover back over the batteries until it snaps into place.

NOTE: Do not mix different types of batteries or new and old batteries.

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1

1

Remote Control Precautions

Handle the remote control carefully.

If the remote control gets wet, wipe it dry immediately.

Avoid excessive heat and humidity.

Do not short, heat, or take apart batteries.

Do not throw batteries into fire.

If you will not be using the remote control for a long time, remove the batteries.

Ensure that you have the batteries’ polarity (+/−) aligned correctly.

Do not use new and old batteries together, or use different types of batteries together.

Dispose of used batteries according to your local regulations.

7 m/22 feet

7 m/22 feet

 

30°

 

30°

15°

30°

30°

15°

 

 

Remote sensor on projector cabinet

Remote control

30°

30°

30°

30°

7 m/22 feet

7 m/22 feet

Operating Range for Wireless Remote Control

The infrared signal operates by line-of-sight up to a distance of about 22 feet/7 m and within a 60-degree angle of the remote sensor on the projector cabinet.

The projector will not respond if there are objects between the remote control and the sensor, or if strong light falls on the sensor. Weak batteries will also prevent the remote control from properly operating the projector.

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1. Introduction

Operating Environment for Software Included on CD-ROM

Names and Features of Bundled Software Programs

Name of software program

Features

Image Express Utility 2.0

• This is a software program used to send the screens of your personal comput-

 

ers to the projector via wired/wireless LAN (Meeting mode).

 

Projected images can be transferred and saved to personal computers.

 

When “Meeting Mode” is used, projected images can be sent and saved to

 

the personal computers. Images can be sent from a personal computer to

 

not only one projector but also to two or more projectors at the same time.

 

(→ page 183)

 

 

PC Control Utility Pro 4

This is a software program used to operate the projector from the computer when

 

the computer and the projector are connected with LAN (wired or wireless) or

 

a serial cable. (→ page 194)

 

 

Image Express Utility for Mac

• This is a software program used to send the Mac’s screen image to the projec-

 

tor over a network (wired or wireless LAN).For Mac’s operating environment,

 

see page 195.

 

 

* A separately sold wireless LAN unit is required to use a wireless LAN.

NOTE:

• Image Express Utility for Mac does not support “Meeting Mode” which is provided in Image Express Utility 2.0.

The following software programs can be downloaded from our website.

Name of software program

Features

Virtual Remote Tool

When the computer and projector are connected using a network (wired/wireless

 

LAN), such operations as turning the projector’s power on and off and switching

 

the signal can be performed.It is also possible to send an image to the projector

 

and register it as the background logo. Once the image is registered, it can be

 

locked to prevent the logo from being overwritten. (→ page 199)

Viewer PPT Converter 3.0

This is a software program used to convert files created with PowerPoint into

 

JPEG files that can be displayed with the viewer function of the projector when

 

a USB memory device is inserted into the projector. (→ page 202)

 

 

Download service

For downloading or updating these software programs, visit our website:

URL: http://www.nec-display.com/dl/en/index.html

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1. Introduction

Operating Environment

The following is the operating environment for Image Express Utility 2.0. For the operating environment of other software program, refer to the help function of each software program.

Supported OS

Windows 7 Home Basic

 

Windows 7 Home Premium

 

Windows 7 Professional

 

Windows 7 Ultimate

 

Windows 7 Enterprise

 

Windows Vista Home Basic

 

Windows Vista Home Premium

 

Windows Vista Business

 

Windows Vista Ultimate

 

Windows Vista Enterprise

 

Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack 2 or later

 

Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2 or later

 

Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005 or later (Windows XP Tablet PC Edition Service

 

Pack 2 or later)

 

Only 32-bit version

 

* “EasyConnection”supportstheAdministrativeprivilegesofWindowsXPandWindows7/

 

 

Windows Vista only

 

Windows power-saving function is not supported.

 

 

 

Processor

Windows 7/Windows Vista

 

 

Pentium 4/Pentium M 800 MHz equivalent or higher required

 

 

Dual core 1 GHz or higher recommended

 

• Windows XP

 

 

Pentium III 800 MHz or higher required

 

 

Pentium 4 1.6 GHz or higher recommended

 

 

 

Memory

Windows 7/Windows Vista

 

 

512 MB or more required

 

 

1 GB or more recommended

 

• Windows XP

 

 

128 MB or more required

 

 

192 MB or more recommended

 

 

* More memory may be required to run additional applications simultaneously.

 

 

 

Graphic processor

Windows 7/Windows Vista

 

 

The “Graphics” score 3.0 or more of “Windows Experience Index” recommended.

 

 

Network environment

TCP/IP-compatible wired LAN or wireless LAN

 

(* Use a wireless LAN unit complying with the Wi-Fi standard.)

 

 

 

Resolution

Windows 7/Windows Vista

 

 

SVGA (800 × 600) or higher required

 

 

XGA (1024 × 768) recommended

 

• Windows XP

 

 

VGA (640 × 480) or higher required

 

 

XGA (1024 × 768) recommended

 

 

Screen Colors

High Color (15 bits, 16 bits)

 

True Color (24 bits, 32 bits) (recommended)

 

256 or fewer colors are not supported.

 

 

 

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2. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation)

This section describes how to turn on the projector and to project a picture onto the screen.

Flow of Projecting an Image

Step 1

• Connecting your computer / Connecting the power cord (page 13)

Step 2

• Turning on the projector (page 16)

Step 3

• Selecting a source (page 20)

Step 4

Adjusting the picture size and position (page 21)

Correcting keystone distortion [KEYSTONE] (page 26)

Step 5

Adjusting a picture

- Optimizing a computer signal automatically (page 28)

Step 6

• Making a presentation

Step 7

• Turning off the projector (page 29)

Step 8

• After use (page 30)

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2. Projecting an Image (Basic Operation)

Connecting Your Computer/Connecting the Power Cord

NOTE:

• Install a lens before performing the following steps. (page 154)

1.Connect your computer to the projector.

This section will show you a basic connection to a computer. For information about other connections, see “(2) Making Connections” on page 156.

Connect the computer cable (VGA) between the projector’s COMPUTER 1 IN connector and the computer’s port (mini D-Sub 15 Pin). Turn two thumb screws of both connectors to fix the computer cable (VGA).

2.Connect the supplied power cord to the projector.

WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.

DO NOT USETHIS UNIT’S PLUGWITH AN EXTENSION CORD OR IN AN OUTLET UNLESS ALLTHE PRONGS CAN BE FULLY INSERTED.

Important Information:

When plugging in or unplugging the supplied power cord, make sure that the main power switch is pushed to the off [O] position. Failure to do so may cause damage to the projector.

Do not use a three-phase power supply. Doing so may cause malfunction.

First connect the supplied power cord’s three-pin plug to the AC IN of the projector, and then connect the other plug of the supplied power cord in the wall outlet.

COMPUTER1IN

Main power switch

Make sure that the prongs are fully inserted into both the AC IN and the wall outlet.

To wall outlet

NOTE (for North America only)

The model distributed in North America comes with two different types of power cords: one for 120V and the other for 200V. Use the power cord suitable for the voltage being used.

CAUTION:

Parts of the projector may become temporarily heated if the projector is turned off with the POWER button or if the AC power supply is disconnected during normal projector operation.

Use caution when picking up the projector.

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Using the Supplied Power Cord Stopper

To prevent the power cord from accidently removing from the AC IN of the projector, attach the supplied power cord stopper to clamp the power cord.

NOTE:

Do not clamp the power cord with other cables. Doing so can generate noise, which can affect adversely the signal cable.

CAUTION

Do not bundle the power cord. Doing this could cause heat or a fire.

Do not clamp two power cords that would be used when stacking two projectors. Doing this could cause a fire.

NOTE: Be careful not to insert the band inversely. Once the band is attached, it cannot be removed from the slot.

Attaching the power cord stopper

1. Insert the end of band of the power cord stopper into the slot next to the AC IN on the terminal panel.

2.Use the power cord stopper to clamp the power cord.

Push the clamper to lock it.

Clamper

3. Slide the clamper to the hilt of the power cord.

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Removing the power cord from the power cord stopper

1. Push the clamper of the power cord stopper to unclasp it.

2. Push the power cord clamper to open it wide enough to pull out the power cord.

Clamper

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Turning on the Projector

NOTE:

The projector has two power switches: A main power switch and a POWER button (POWER ON and OFF on the remote control)

Turning on the projector:

1.Press the main power switch to the ON position (I).

The projector will go into standby mode.

2.Press the POWER button .

The projector will become ready to use.

•Turning off the projector:

1.Press the POWER button.

The confirmation message will be displayed.

2.Press the POWER button again.

The projector will go into standby mode.

3.Press the main power switch to the OFF position (O).

The projector will be turned off.

Remove the lens cap.

1.Press the main power switch to the ON position ( I ).

The projector will go into standby mode. When in standby

mode, the POWER indicator will light orange and the STATUS indicator will light green when [NORMAL] is selected for [STANDBY MODE]. See the Power Indicator section.

(page 221)

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2.Press the (POWER) button on the projector cabinet or the POWER ON button on the remote control.

The POWER indicator will turn to blue and the projector will become ready to use.

TIP:

When the message “PROJECTOR IS LOCKED! ENTER YOUR PASSWORD.” is displayed, it means that the [SECURITY] feature is turned on. (page 42)

When the ECO message is displayed, it means that [ON] is selected for [ECO MESSAGE]. (page 114)

After you turn on your projector, ensure that the computer or video source is turned on.

NOTE: The logo screen ([LOGO] background) is displayed when no signal is being input (by factory default menu settings).

Standby

Blinking

Power On

Steady orange

Blinking blue

Steady blue

light

light

light

(→ page 221)

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Note on Startup screen (Menu Language Select screen)

When you first turn on the projector, you will get the Startup menu.This menu gives you the opportunity to select one of the 27 menu languages.

To select a menu language, follow these steps:

1.Use the , H, F or E button to select one of the 27 languages from the menu.

2. Press the ENTER button to execute the selection.

After this has been done, you can proceed to the menu operation.

If you want, you can select the menu language later. (→ [LANGUAGE] on page 95 and 113)

NOTE:

Turning the power back on directly after it is turned off (by direct power off) while an image is being projected can result in malfunction. Be sure to wait at least 1 second before turning the power back on.

Keep the lens cap off the lens while the projector’s power is on.

If the lens cap is on, it could be warped due to high temperature.

If one of the following things happens, the projector will not turn on.

-If the internal temperature of the projector is too high, the projector detects abnormal high temperature. In this condition the projector will not turn on to protect the internal system. If this happens, wait for the projector’s internal components to cool down.

-Starting under low temperature conditions

If the usage environment temperature is lower than the projector’s operating temperature, the TEMP. indicator will flash. Increase the usage environment temperature to 0°C or higher and turn on the projector again.

If you turn on the projector at around 0°C, it may take 5 minutes to warm up the projector.

During warm-up, the TEMP. indicator will flash. When the warm-up is completed, the TEMP. indicator will light out.

-When the lamp reaches its end of usable life, the projector will not turn on. If this happens, replace the lamp.

-If the STATUS indicator lights orange with the power button pressed, it means that the [CONTROL PANEL LOCK] is turned on. Cancel the lock by turning it off. (page 119)

-If the lamp fails to light, and if the LAMP 1 or LAMP 2 indicator flashes on and off in a cycle of six times, wait a full minute and then turn on the power.

While the POWER indicator is blinking blue in short cycles, the power cannot be turned off by using the power button.

Immediately after turning on the projector, screen flicker may occur. This is normal. Wait 3 to 5 minutes until the lamp lighting is stabilized.

When the projector is turned on, it may take some time before the lamp light becomes bright.

If you turn on the projector immediately after the lamp is turned off or when the temperature is high, the fans run without displaying an image for some time and then the projector will display the image.

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If the projected image is inverted or upside down

1 Press the ORIENTATION button.

The [ORIENTATION] screen will be displayed.

2Press again to select a correct orientation.

Each time the ORIENTATION button is pressed, the choice you highlight will be changed.

DESKTOP FRONT

DESKTOP REAR

CEILING FRONT

CEILING REAR

3Stop pressing the ORIENTATION button.

The menu will be closed and the projected image will be displayed in the correct orientation you select.

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Selecting a Source

Selecting the computer or video source

NOTE: Turn on the computer or video source equipment connected to the projector.

Detecting the Signal Automatically

Press the SOURCE button once.The projector will search for the available input source and display it.The input source will change as follows:

COMPUTER1 →COMPUTER2 →COMPUTER3 →HDMI →DisplayPort

→ VIDEO → S-VIDEO → VIEWER → SLOT → COMPUTER1 → ...

With the SOURCE screen displayed, you can press the SOURCE button a few times to select the input source.

TIP: If no input signal is present, the input will be skipped.

Using the Remote Control

Press any one of the COMPUTER1, COMPUTER2, COMPUTER3, HDMI,

DisplayPort, VIDEO, S-VIDEO, VIEWER, or NETWORK buttons.

Selecting Default Source

You can set a source as the default source so that it will be displayed each time the projector is turned on.

1.Press the MENU button.

The menu will be displayed.

2.Press the button twice to select [SETUP] and press the H button or the ENTER button to select [BASIC].

3.Press the button five times to select [OPTIONS(2)].

4.Press the H button five times to select [DEFAULT SOURCE

SELECT] and press the ENTER button.

The [DEFAULT SOURCE SELECT] screen will be displayed. (page 124)

5.Select a source as the default source, and press the ENTER button.

6.Press the EXIT button a few times to close the menu.

7.Restart the projector.

The source you selected in step 5 will be projected.

NOTE: Even when [AUTO] is turned on, the [NETWORK] will not be automatically selected. To set your network as the default source, select [NETWORK].

TIP:

When the projector is in Standby mode, applying a computer signal from a computer connected to the COMPUTER 1/3 IN input will power on the projector and simultaneously project the computer’s image.

([AUTO POWER ON(COMP1/3)] page 124)

On the Windows 7 keyboard, a combination of the Windows and P keys allows you to set up external display easily and quickly.

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Adjusting the Picture Size and Position

Use the lens shift dial, the adjustable tilt foot lever, the zoom buttons and the focus buttons to adjust the picture size and position.

In this chapter drawings and cables are omitted for clarity.

Adjusting the projected image’s vertical and horizontal

Adjusting the focus

position

[Focus]

[Lens shift]

 

(page 22)

(page 24)

 

 

Finely adjusting the size of an image

Adjusting the projected image’s height and horizontal

[Zoom]

tilt

 

[Tilt foot] *¹

(page 25)

(page 25)

Adjusting the keystone correction [Keystone]

(page 26)

NOTE*1: Adjust the projected image’s height using the tilt feet when you want to project the image at a position higher than the lens shift adjustment range.

TIP:

• Built-in test patterns can be conveniently used for adjusting the picture size and position. (page 97)

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Adjusting the vertical position of a projected image (Lens shift)

CAUTION

• Perform the adjustment from behind or from the side of the projector. Adjusting from

the front could expose your eyes to strong light which could injure them.

 

Keep hands away from the lens mounting portion while the lens shift is in operation. Failure to do so could result in hands being pinched by the moving lens.

NOTE:

The lens shift function is not available on the projector with NP16FL (PX750U) and NP06FL (PX700W/PX800X) lens installed. Return the lens shift position to the home position before installing the lens to the projector.

Shifting the lens to the maximum in two directions combined will cause the edges of the image to become dark or will cause some shadows.

Adjusting with buttons on the cabinet

1. Press one of the LENS SHIFT ▼▲ buttons.

2. Use the LENS SHIFT ▼▲ buttons to move the projected image.

Returning the lens shift position to the home position

Press and hold the SHUTTER/HOME POSITION button for 2 seconds to return the lens shift position to the home position (nearly center position)

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Adjusting with the remote control

1. Press the LENS SHIFT button.

The Lens Shift screen will be displayed.

2. Press the ▼▲ or button.

Use the ▼▲ buttons to move the projected image.

TIP:

The diagram below shows the lens shift adjustment range for the desktop front. To raise the projection position higher than this, use the tilt feet. (page 25)

For the ceiling mount/front projection lens shift adjustment range, see page 208.

 

Width of projected image

0.5V

 

 

1V

 

Height of projected image

0.1H

1H

0.1H

 

0.1H

1H

0.1H

 

 

Height of projected image

1V

0.5V

Width of projected image

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Focus

Applicable lens:

PX750U: NP16FL/NP17ZL/NP18ZL/NP19ZL/NP20ZL/NP21ZL

PX700W/PX800X: NP06FL/NP07ZL/NP08ZL/NP09ZL/NP10ZL

Use the FOCUS (+) or (−) button on the projector cabinet to obtain the best focus.

TIP: To obtain the best focus, perform the following (for fixed installation)

Preparation: Warm up the projector for one hour.

1.Use the FOCUS +/− buttons to make sure you obtain the best focus. If you do not, move the projector back and forth.

2.Select the [TEST PATTERN] from the menu and display the test pattern. (page 97)

3.Keep pressing the FOCUS − button until the grid of the text pattern is made invisible.

4.Keep pressing the FOCUS + button until you obtain the best focus.

If you adjust beyond the best focal point, go back to step 3 and repeat the procedures.

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Zoom

Use the ZOOM (+) or (−) button on the projector cabinet to zoom in or out.

• The zoom is not available on the separately sold NP16FL (PX750U) and NP06FL (PX700W/PX800X) lens.

Adjusting the Tilt Feet

Turn the left and right tilt feet on the right, left, and rear to adjust.

The tilt feet lengthen and shorten when turned.

The height of the projected image is adjusted by turning the left and right tilt feet.

If the projected image is tilted, turn one of the tilt feet to adjust the image so that it is level.

-

If the projected image is distorted, see “2-6 Correcting Keystone

 

 

 

Distortion” (page 26).

 

Tilt foot

-

The tilt feet can be used to tilt +/− 50 mm/1.97" (6.75°), −9 mm/0.35"

 

 

 

(1.2°).

Up

Down

 

 

CAUTION

The rear vents of the projector may become heated during normal projector operation.

Use caution when adjusting the tilt foot on the rear side.

NOTE:

Do not lengthen the tilt feet on the right and left any more than 50 mm/1.97"and the tilt foot on the rear any more than 9 mm/0.35" on the rear. The force of doing so may cause the rear foot to come off, resulting in damage to the projector.

Do not use the tilt feet for any purpose other than adjusting the projector’s projection angle.

Handling the tilt feet improperly, such as carrying the projector by grasping the tilt feet or hooking it onto a wall using the tilt feet, could damage the projector.

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Correcting Keystone Distortion

When the projector is not exactly perpendicular to the screen, keystone distortion occurs.To overcome it, you can use the “Keystone” function, a digital technology that can adjust for keystone-type distortion, resulting in a crisp, square image.

The following procedure explains how to use the [KEYSTONE] screen from the menu to correct trapezoidal distortions.

When the projector is placed diagonally to the screen,

When the projector is set up at an angle in relation to the screen, adjust the Horizontal option of the Keystone menu so that the top and bottom of sides of the projected image are parallel.

1.Press the 3D REFORM button on the remote control or the projector cabinet.

The Keystone screen will be displayed on the screen.

Projected area

Screen frame

2.Press the button to select [VERTICAL] and then use the or so that the left and right sides of the projected image are parallel.

*Adjust the vertical keystone distortion.

3.Align the left (or right) side of the screen with the left (or right) side of the projected image.

• Use the shorter side of the projected image as the base.

• In the right example, use the left side as the base.

Align left side

4.Press the button to select [HORIZONTAL] and then use the orso that the top and bottom sides of the projected image are parallel.

• Adjust the horizontal keystone distortion.

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5.Repeat steps 2 and 4 to correct keystone distortion.

6.After completing Keystone correction, press the EXIT button.

The Keystone screen will disappear.

To perform Keystone correction again, press the 3D REFORM button to display the Keystone screen and repeat above steps 1 to 6.

NOTE:

If the projection angle is the same as in the last use, the previous correction setting values are retained in the memory.

When doing Step 2, adjust the position of image so that the screen is smaller than the area of the projected area.

To reset the 3D Reform correction setting values, press and hold the 3D REFORM button for a minimum of 2 seconds.

Each time the 3D REFORM button is pressed, the item will change as follows: KEYSTONE CORNERSTONE None KEYSTONE ...

For information on [CORNERSTONE], see “Correcting Horizontal and Vertical Keystone Distortion (Cornerstone)” on page 37.

The Cornerstone adjustment will not be available during the Keystone adjustment. To perform the Cornerstone adjustment, press and hold the 3D REFORM button for a minimum of 2 seconds to reset the Keystone correction setting values. The Keystone adjustment will not be available during the Cornerstone adjustment. To perform the Keystone adjustment, press and hold the 3D REFORM button for a minimum of 2 seconds to reset the Cornerstone correction setting values.

The 3D Reform feature can cause an image to be slightly blurred because the correction is made electronically.

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Optimizing Computer Signal Automatically

Adjusting the Image Using Auto Adjust

Optimizing a computer image automatically. (COMPUTER1/COMPUTER2/COMPUTER3) Press the AUTO ADJ. button to optimize a computer image automatically.

This adjustment may be necessary when you connect your computer for the first time.

[Poor picture]

[Normal picture]

NOTE:

Some signals may take time to display or may not be displayed correctly.

If the Auto Adjust operation cannot optimize the computer signal, try to adjust [HORIZONTAL], [VERTICAL], [CLOCK], and [PHASE] manually. (page 104, 105)

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Turning off the Projector

To turn off the projector:

1.First, press the (POWER) button on the projector cabinet or the POWER OFF button on the remote control.

The [POWER OFF / ARE YOU SURE ? / CARBON SAV-

INGSSESSION 0.000[g-CO2]] message will appear.

2.Secondly, press the ENTER button or press the (POWER) or the POWER OFF button again.

The lamp will turn off and the projector will go into standby mode. When in standby mode, the POWER indicator will light orange and the STATUS indicator will light green when [NORMAL] is selected for [STANDBY MODE].

3.Press the main power switch to the OFF position (O).

The POWER indicator will go off and the main power will turn off.

Power On

Standby

Steady blue light

Steady

Press twice

orange light

CAUTION:

Parts of the projector may become temporarily heated if the projector is turned off with the POWER button or if the AC power supply is disconnected during normal projector operation.

Use caution when picking up the projector.

NOTE:

While the POWER indicator is blinking blue in short cycles, the power cannot be turned off.

You cannot turn off the power for 60 seconds immediately after turning it on and displaying an image.

Wait at least 20 minutes after the power is turned on (after starting to project) before turning the AC power off while an image is being projected or while the cooling fan is running.

Do not unplug the power cord from the projector or from the power outlet while an image is being projected. Doing so could deteriorate the projector’s AC input connector or the power plug’s contact. To turn off the AC power while an image is being projected, use the projector's main power switch, the power strip’s switch, the breaker, etc.

Do not disconnect the AC power supply to the projector within 10 seconds of making adjustment or setting changes and closing the menu. Doing so can cause loss of adjustments and settings.

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After Use

Preparation: Make sure that the projector is turned off.

1.Unplug the power cord.

2.Disconnect any other cables.

• Remove the USB memory if it is inserted into the projector.

3.Mount the lens cap on the lens.

4.Before moving the projector, screw in the tilt feet if they have been lengthened.

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3. Convenient Features

1 Blocking the lamp light (LENS

SHUTTER)

Press the SHUTTER/HOME POSITION button to block the lamps light from hitting the screen. Press again to allow the screen to become illuminated again.

Another way to shut the lamp light off is to press the SHUTTER button on the remote control.

NOTE:

Do not press and hold the SHUTTER/HOME POSITION button for 2 seconds or longer.

Doing so will cause the lens shift position to return to the home position.

Turning off the Image

Press the AV-MUTE button to turn off the image for a short period of time. Press again to restore the image.

The projector’s power-saving function will work in some seconds after the image is turned off. As a result, the lamp power will be reduced.

NOTE:

To restore the image, even if you press the AV-MUTE button immediately after the start of the power-saving function, the lamp brightness may not be restored to its original level.

Freezing a Picture

Press the FREEZE button to freeze a picture. Press again to resume motion.

NOTE: The image is frozen but the original video is still playing back.

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Enlarging a Picture

You can enlarge the picture up to four times.

NOTE: The maximum magnification may be less than four times depending on the signal.

To do so:

1. Press the D-ZOOM (+) button to magnify the picture.

2.Press the button.

The area of the magnified image will be moved

3. Press the D-ZOOM (−) button.

Each time the D-ZOOM (−) button is pressed, the image is reduced.

NOTE:

• The image will be enlarged or reduced at the center of the screen.

• Displaying the menu will cancel the current magnification.

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Changing Eco Mode/Checking Energy-Saving Effect Using

Eco Mode [ECO MODE]

This feature enables you to select two brightness modes of the lamp:

OFF and ON modes.The lamp life can be extended by turning on the [ECO MODE].

[ECO MODE]

Description

 

 

[OFF]

This is the default setting (100% Brightness).

 

 

[ON]

Low lamp power consumption (approx. 80% Brightness).

 

 

To turn on the [ECO MODE], do the following:

1.Press the ECO button on the remote control to display [ECO MODE] screen.

2.Use the or button to select [ON].

3.Press the ENTER button.

To change from [ON] to [OFF], Go back to Step 2 and select [OFF]. Repeat Step 3.

NOTE:

The [ECO MODE] can be changed by using the menu.

Select [SETUP] [BASIC] [LAMP MODE] [ECO MODE].

The lamp life remaining and lamp hours used can be checked in [USAGE TIME]. Select [INFO.] [USAGE TIME].

[ECO MODE] is always set to [OFF] immediately after the lamp is turned on. The lamp condition will not be affected even when [ECO MODE] is changed.

After a lapse of 1 minute from when the projector displays a blue, black or logo screen, [ECO MODE] will automatically switch to [ON].

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Checking Energy-Saving Effect [CARBON METER]

This feature will show energy-saving effect in terms of CO2 emission reduction (kg) when the projector’s [ECO MODE] is set to [OFF], or [ON].This feature is called as [CARBON METER].

There are two messages: [TOTAL CARBON SAVINGS] and [CARBON SAVINGS-SESSION].The [TOTAL CARBON SAVINGS] message shows the total amount of CO2 emission reduction from the time of shipment up to now.You can check the information on [USAGE TIME] from [INFO.] of the menu. (→ page 125)

The [CARBON SAVINGS-SESSION] message shows the amount of CO2 emission reduction between the time of changing to ECO MODE immediately after the time of power-on and the time of power-off.The [CARBON SAVINGSSESSION] message will be displayed in the [POWER OFF/ ARE YOU SURE ?] message at the time of power-off.

TIP:

The formula as shown below is used to calculate the amount of CO2 emission reduction.

Amount of CO2 emission reduction = (Power consumption in OFF for ECO MODE − Power consumption in ON for ECO MODE) × CO2 conversion factor.* When the image is turned off, the amount of CO2 emission reduction will also increase.

* Calculation for amount of CO2 emission reduction is based on an OECD publication “CO2 Emissions from Fuel Combustion, 2008

Edition”.

The [TOTAL CARBON SAVINGS] is calculated based on savings recorded in 15 minutes intervals.

This formula will not apply to the power consumption which is not affected by whether [ECO MODE] is turned on or off.

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3. Convenient Features

Using the Optional Remote Mouse Receiver (NP01MR)

The optional remote mouse receiver enables you to operate your computer’s mouse functions from the remote control. It is a great convenience for clicking through your computer-generated presentations.

Connecting the remote mouse receiver to your computer

If you wish to use the remote mouse function, connect the mouse receiver and computer. The mouse receiver can be connected directly to the computer’s USB port (type A).

NOTE: Depending on the type of connection or OS installed on your computer, you may have to restart your computer or change your computer settings.

Computer

Remote mouse receiver

To USB port of PC or Macintosh

When operating a computer via the remote mouse receiver

7 m/22 feet

Remote sensor on the remote mouse receiver

When connecting using the USB terminal

For PC, the mouse receiver can only be used with a Windows XP*, Windows Vista, Windows 7, or Mac OS X 10.0.0 or later operating system.

* NOTE: In SP1 or older version of Windows XP, if the mouse cursor will not move correctly, do the following:

Clear the Enhance pointer precision check box underneath the mouse speed slider in the Mouse Properties dialog box [Pointer Options tab].

NOTE: The PAGE and buttons do not work with PowerPoint for Macintosh.

NOTE: Wait at least 5 seconds after disconnecting the mouse receiver before reconnecting it and vice versa. The computer may not identify the mouse receiver if it is repeatedly connected and disconnected in rapid intervals.

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Operating your computer’s mouse from the remote control

You can operate your computer’s mouse from the remote control.

PAGE / Button scrolls the viewing area of the window or to move to the previous or next slide in PowerPoint on your computer.

Buttons moves the mouse cursor on your computer. L-CLICK Button works as the mouse left button.

R-CLICK Button works as the mouse right button.

NOTE:

When you operate the computer using the or button with the menu displayed, both the menu and the mouse pointer will be affected. Close the menu and perform the mouse operation.

The PAGE and buttons do not work with PowerPoint for Macintosh.

About Drag Mode:

By pressing the L-CLICK or R-CLICK button for 2 or 3 seconds then releasing, the drag mode is set and the drag operation can be performed simply by pressing the button.To drop the item, press the L-CLICK (or R-CLICK) button.To cancel it, press the R-CLICK (or L-CLICK) button.

TIP: You can change the Pointer speed on the Mouse Properties dialog box on the Windows. For more information, see the user documentation or online help supplied with your computer.

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