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User Manual: CPX10000

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SPECIFICATIONS AND PARTS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE FOR IMPROVEMENT.
Multimedia LCD Projector
August 2009
CP-X10000 (P6X)
SERVICE MANUAL
Be sure to read this manual before servicing. To assure safety from fi re, electric shock, injury, harmful
radiation and materials, various measures are provided in this Hitachi Multimedia LCD Projector. Be
sure to read cautionary items described in the manual to maintain safety before servicing.
Caution
Service Warning
Warning
The technical information and parts shown in this
manual are not to be used for: the development,
design, production, storage or use of nuclear, chemical,
biological or missile weapons or other weapons of
mass destruction; or military purposes; or purposes that
endanger global safety and peace. Moreover, do not
sell, give, or export these items, or grant permission for
use to parties with such objectives. Forward all inquiries
to Hitachi Ltd.
1. Features ------------------------------------------------------ 2
2. Specifi cations ----------------------------------------------- 2
3. Names of each part ---------------------------------------- 3
4. Adjustment --------------------------------------------------- 6
5. Troubleshooting ------------------------------------------ 13
6. Service points --------------------------------------------- 20
7. Wiring diagram -------------------------------------------- 49
8. Disassembly diagram ----------------------------------- 60
9. Replacement parts list ---------------------------------- 72
10.RS-232C communication ------------------------------- 73
11. Block diagram --------------------------------------------- 86
12. Connector connection diagram ----------------------- 87
13.Basic circuit diagram ------------------------------------ 88
Contents
1. When replacing the lamp, avoid burns to your fingers. The lamp becomes very hot.
2. Never touch the lamp bulb with a fi nger or anything else. Never drop it or give it a shock, it may
cause bursting of the bulb.
3. This projector is provided with a high voltage circuit for the lamp. Do not touch the electrical parts of
the power unit (circuit) or the power unit (ballast) after turning on the projector.
4. Do not touch the exhaust fan during operation.
5. The LCD module assembly is easy to damage. If replacing the LCD PRISM assembly, do
not hold the FPC of the LCD module assembly.
6. Use the cables which are included with the projector or as specifi ed.
SM0319
CP-SX12000 (P6SX)
2a
CP-X10000 ( P6X )
1. Features
• High Brightness • Remote Control Via Your Web Browser
• Low Noise • Rich Connectivity
2. Specifications
Liquid
crystal
panel
Drive system TFT active matrix
Panel size 3.3cm(1.3 type)
Number of pixels 1024 (H) x 768 (V)
Lamp 350W UHB
Digital
signal
HDMI
Type:T.M.D.S
Signal level : DC : 3.3V±5%
AC : 0.15-1.56Vp-p
DVI-D Type : T.M.D.S
Amplitude deifferential signal: DC:150-1200mV AC:1.56Vp-p
Computer
signal
Computer IN D-sub 15pin Video : Analog 0.7Vp-p(75 termination)
H/V. sync. : TTL level (positive/negative)
Composite sync. : TTL level
BNC
Monitor OUT
Video:Analog 0.7Vp-p, 75 output impedance (positive)
H/V. sync.: TTL level (positive/negative)
Composite sync.: TTL level
VIDEO
signal
VIDEO IN 1.0Vp-p (75 termination)
S-VIDEO IN
Y signal: 1.0±0.1Vp-p, (75 termination)
C signal: 0.286±0.1Vp-p (NTSC burst signal, 75 termination)
0.3±0.1Vp-p (PAL/SECAM burst signal, 75 termination)
COMPONENT
VIDEO
Y 1.0±0.1Vp-p, 75 termination (positive)
CB/PB0.7±0.1Vp-p, 75 termination (positive)
CR/PR0.7±0.1Vp-p, 75 termination (positive)
RS232C INPUT Hi: Max. 20V, Min. 2.6V Lo: Typ. –20.0V, Max. 0.8V
OUTPUT Hi: Typ. 8.0V, Min. 5.0V Lo: Typ. –7.0V, Max. –5.0V
NETWORK
100Base-TX/10Base-T Differential output: 1.9~2.1V (100 termination)
Power supply AC110~120V/6.0A, AC220~240V/3.1A
Power consumption 540W
Dimensions 476 (W) x 272 (H) x 469 (D) mm (Not including protruding parts)
Weight 13.1kg ( Not including projection lens )
Temperature range Operation : 5~35°C
Storage : -20~60°C
Accessories
Remote control x1
RGB cable x 1
Power cords x 3
Batteries x 2
User’s manuals x 1
LENS adapter x 1
Hexagon wrench x 1
2b
CP-SX12000 ( P6SX )
1. Features
• High Brightness • Remote Control Via Your Web Browser
• Low Noise • Rich Connectivity
2. Specifications
Liquid
crystal
panel
Drive system TFT active matrix
Panel size 3.3cm(1.3 type)
Number of pixels 1400 (H) x 1050 (V)
Lamp 350W UHB
Digital
signal
HDMI
Type:T.M.D.S
Signal level : DC : 3.3V±5%
AC : 0.15-1.56Vp-p
DVI-D Type : T.M.D.S
Amplitude deifferential signal: DC:150-1200mV AC:1.56Vp-p
Computer
signal
Computer IN D-sub 15pin Video : Analog 0.7Vp-p(75 termination)
H/V. sync. : TTL level (positive/negative)
Composite sync. : TTL level
BNC
Monitor OUT
Video:Analog 0.7Vp-p, 75 output impedance (positive)
H/V. sync.: TTL level (positive/negative)
Composite sync.: TTL level
VIDEO
signal
VIDEO IN 1.0Vp-p (75 termination)
S-VIDEO IN
Y signal: 1.0±0.1Vp-p, (75 termination)
C signal: 0.286±0.1Vp-p (NTSC burst signal, 75 termination)
0.3±0.1Vp-p (PAL/SECAM burst signal, 75 termination)
COMPONENT
VIDEO
Y 1.0±0.1Vp-p, 75 termination (positive)
CB/PB0.7±0.1Vp-p, 75 termination (positive)
CR/PR0.7±0.1Vp-p, 75 termination (positive)
RS232C INPUT Hi: Max. 20V, Min. 2.6V Lo: Typ. –20.0V, Max. 0.8V
OUTPUT Hi: Typ. 8.0V, Min. 5.0V Lo: Typ. –7.0V, Max. –5.0V
NETWORK
100Base-TX/10Base-T Differential output: 1.9~2.1V (100 termination)
Power supply AC110~120V/6.0A, AC220~240V/3.1A
Power consumption 540W
Dimensions 476 (W) x 272 (H) x 469 (D) mm (Not including protruding parts)
Weight 13.1kg ( Not including projection lens )
Temperature range Operation : 5~35°C
Storage : -20~60°C
Accessories
Remote control x1
RGB cable x 1
Power cords x 3
Batteries x 2
User’s manuals x 1
LENS adapter x 1
Hexagon wrench x 1
3. Difference from the previous model
The projector CP-SX12000 is a similar model to CP-X10000 and CP-WX11000 in the performance, structure, etc.
Therefore, in this manual, only the Replacement parts list for CP-SX12000 and some latest service information
on P6 chassis are described. Regarding common service information, please refer to the CP-X10000 service
manual (YK. No.0613E) or the CP-WX11000 service manual (YK. No.0617E) properly according to the ser-
vice information you need as shown in the table below.
Section CP-X10000 CP-WX11000
Names of each part ¥¥
Adjustment ¥¥
Troubleshooting ¥¥
Service points ¥¥
Wiring diagram ¥
Disassembly diagram ¥¥
RS-232C communication ¥¥
Block diagram ¥
Connector connection diagram ¥¥
Basic circuit diagram ¥
NOTE: Service informationwith check mark is common to CP-SX12000.
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CP-X10000 ( P6X ) / CP-SX12000 ( P6SX )
3. Names of each part
Projector
(1) Dust protector
(2) Remote sensors (x 2)
(3) Exhaust vents
(4) Filter cover
The filter unit and intake vent are
inside.
(5) Control panel
(6) Rear panel
(7) Shutdown switch
(8) Lamp cover
The lamp unit is inside.
(9) AC IN (AC inlet)
(10) Power switch
(11) Security bar
(12) Security slot
(13) Dented part (x 2)
(14) Elevator feet (x 2)
ŹHOT! : Do not touch around the lamp cover or the exhaust
vents during use or just after use, since it is hot.
ŹDo not look into the lens or vents while the lamp is on, since the strong light is
not good for your eyes.
ŹDo not grab the front cover or front ring to hold the projector, since you can
drop the projector.
ŹDo not handle the elevator feet without holding the projector, since the
projector may drop down.
ŹMaintain normal ventilation to prevent the projector from
heating up. Do not cover, block or plug up the vents. Do not place anything that
can stick or be sucked to the vents, around the intake vents. Clean the air filter
periodically.
(2)
(3)
(8)
(10)
(9)
(12) (14)
(4)
HOT!
(7)
(6) (5)
(13)
(11)
(1) HOT!
See the NOTICE
ŹDo not touch the lens surface directly.
Ź Keep the dust protector of the projector, and use it when no lens unit is
attached to the projector.
NOTICE
Front ring Front cover
(2)
WARNING
CAUTION
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CP-X10000 ( P6X ) / CP-SX12000 ( P6SX )
STANDBY/ON
MENU
LENS SHIFT
COMPUTER
ZOOM
VIDEO
FOCUS
DIGITAL
SHUTTER
I O
HDMI DVI-D
CONTROL IN CONTROL OUT REMOTE
CONTROL
IN
OUT
S-VIDEO
COMPUTER IN2
COMPUTER IN1
VIDEO 1 BNC
R/Cr/Pr G/Y B/Cb/Pb H V VIDEO 2
Y
Cb/Pb
Cr/Pr
AC IN
LAN
MONITOR
OUT
Control panel
(1) STANDBY/ON button
(2) Cursor buttons ( Ÿ/ź/Ż/Ź )
(3) MENU button
(4) COMPUTER button
(5) VIDEO button
(6) DIGITAL button
(7) LENS SHIFT button
(8) ZOOM button
(9) FOCUS button
(10) SHUTTER button
Rear panel
(1) HDMI port
(2) DVI-D port
(3) LAN port
(4) MONITOR OUT port
(5) CONTROL IN port
(6) CONTROL OUT port
(7) REMOTE CONTROL IN port
(8) REMOTE CONTROL OUT port
(9) S-VIDEO port
(10) VIDEO 1 port
(11) VIDEO 2 port
(12) COMPUTER IN1 port
(13) COMPUTER IN2 port
(14) BNC (G/Y, B/Cb/Pb, R/Cr/Pr, H, V) ports
(15) Component (Y, Cb/Pb, Cr/Pr) ports
(6)
(5)
(4)
(1)
(2)
(3)
Use the shutdown switch only when the projector is not turned
off following the normal procedure, since pushing this switch stops operation of
the projector without cooling it down.
(1)
Indicator lamp
(1) POWER indicator
(2) TEMP indicator
(3) LAMP indicator )
(4) SECURITY indicator
(5) SHUTTER indicator SHUTTERPOWER TEMP LAMP SECURITY
(9)
(8)
(7)
(10)
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)
(2) (4)
(8)(7)(6)(5)
(3) (9)(10)(11)
(13)(12)(14)(15)
The indicator
will light in
green while
the menu of
the function is
displayed.
The
indicator of
group the
selected
input port
belongs to
will light in
green.
The indicator will blink in yellow
while the lens shutter is closed.
CAUTION
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CP-X10000 ( P6X ) / CP-SX12000 ( P6SX )
Remote control
(1) Laser pointer
It is a beam outlet.
(2) LASER INDICATOR
(3) LASER button
(4) STANDBY/ON button
(5) ID (1-4) button
(6) COMPUTER button
(7) VIDEO button
(8) DIGITAL button
(9) MY SOURCE button
(10) LENS SHIFT button
(11) ZOOM +/- button
(12) FOCUS +/- button
(13) AUTO button
(14) POSITION button
(15) ASPECT button
(16) KEYSTONE button
(17) MAGNIFY ON/OFF button
(18) FREEZE button
(19) BLANK button
(20) SHUTTER button
(21) MY BUTTON (1-4) button
(22) P by P button
(23) MENU button
(24) ENTER button : press the center point.
Cursor button: press the point Ÿ/ź/Ż/Ź.
(25) RESET button
(26) Wired remote control port
(27) Battery cover
(28) Battery holder
(29) Frequency switch
Do not look into the beam outlet or
point the beam at people or pets while pressing the
LASER button, since the beam is not good for eyes.
Note that the laser beam may result
in hazardous radiation exposure. Use the laser pointer
only for pointing on the screen.
BLANK LASER
FREEZE
LASER
INDICATOR
DIGITAL
STANDBY/ON COMPUTER
LENS SHIFT
KEYSTONE
ID 3
ID 4
ID 2
ID 1
VIDEO
AUTO
ASPECT
RESET
MENU
MAGNIFY
ON
OFF
3
4
ENTER
FOCUS
+
-
POSITION
PbyP
ZOOM
+
-
1
2
MY BUTTON
MY SOURCE
SHUTTER
(4)
(2)
(1)
(3)
Back of
the remote control
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
(16)
(17)
(18)
(19)
(20)
(21)
(22)
(23)
(24)
(25)
(26)
(27)
(28)
(29)
WARNING
CAUTION
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CP-X10000 ( P6X ) / CP-SX12000 ( P6SX )
4. Adjustment
4-1 Before adjusting
4-1-1 Selection of adjustment
When any parts in the table 4-1 are changed, choose the proper adjusting items with the chart.
Table 4-1: Relation between the replaced part and adjustment
Replaced part
Adjustment
Flicker
(Chap.4-2)
Ghost
(Chap.4-3)
PSIG
(Chap.4-4)
White
balance
(Chap.4-5)
Color
uniformity
(Chap.4-6)
Dichroic optics unit ²²²UU
PO.Filter ²²²UU
LCD/LENS prism assembly |||||
PWB assembly Main |||||
Lamp unit assembly ²²²UU
: means need for adjustment. : means not need for adjustment.
: means recommended.
4-1-2 Setting of condition before adjustments
1. Before starting adjustments, warm up projector
for about 10 minutes.Turn off the automatic
keystone function in OPTION Menu. If you
changed [AUTO KEYSTONE] from [ON]
to
[OFF], set to [ON] after adjustment.
2. Set Zoom Wide to Max. And project an image
with more than 1m (40 inches) in diagonal size.
3. Normalizing the video adjustments
Press the [MENU] button to display the EASY
menu. If Advanced menu comes up, move to the
Easy menu.
Select the RESET in the EASY menu and press
the [ ] or [ENTER] button to open the RESET dia-
log. Choose the EXECUTE with the [ ] button.
Note that the projector will not allow you to reset
its adjustment values with no signal input.
4. Perform all adjustments from the FACTORY
MENU. Operate as follows to display the FAC-
TORY MENU.
When you use the remote control...
a. Press the [MENU] button of the remote con-
trol to display the Easy menu. (If the Ad-
vanced menu appears, move to the Easy
menu.)
b. Select the RESET in the Easy menu, and
then press the [ ] or [ENTER] button.
c. Next, press the [RESET] button one time. And
hold the [RESET] button for 3 seconds or lon-
ger (the FACTORY MENU will appear).
When you use the keypad of the projector...
a. Press the
MENU
button of the projector to dis-
play the Easy menu. (If the Advanced menu
appears, move to the Easy menu.)
b. Select the RESET in the Easy menu, and
then press the [ ] or [ENTER] button.
c. Next, press the
[]
button one time. And re-
press and hold the
[ ]
button together with
the VIDEO button for 3 seconds or more (the
FACTORY MENU will appear).
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CP-X10000 ( P6X ) / CP-SX12000 ( P6SX )
4-3 Ghost adjustment
Test pattern for the adjustment Adjustment procedure
1. Make this adjustment after completing the ad-
justment in the section 4-2.
Set 0 to the GHOST R, G, B in OPTION - SERVICE
Menu.
2.
Use DAC-P - GHOST - R: in the FACTORY MENU
to adjust so that R color ghost is at a minimum.
(Set the adjustment value to default, and then
raise the value. When a ghost appears to the left
of a vertical line, reduce the value by 6 steps.)
3. In the same way, use DAC-P - GHOST-G: in
the FACTORY MENU to adjust so that G color
ghost is at a minimum.
4. In the same way, use DAC-P - GHOST-B: in
the FACTORY MENU to adjust so that B color
ghost is at a minimum.
4-2 Flicker adjustment
(V.COM adjustment)
Test pattern for the adjustment
Adjustment procedure
1.
Use DAC-P - V.COM - R: in the FACTORY
MENU to adjust so that the flicker at the center of
the screen is less than the flicker at the periphery.
(When the flicker is about the same across the
whole screen, adjust so that the flicker at the center
of the screen is somewhat less than elsewhere.)
2. In the same way, use DAC-P - V.COM-G: in the
FACTORY MENU to adjust the G color flicker.
3. In the same way, use DAC-P - V.COM-B: in the
FACTORY MENU to adjust the B color flicker.
NOTE: The test pattern shown on the left some-
times has a horizontal line across the screen.
4-4
PSIG adjustment
(vertical bars adjustment)
Test pattern for the adjustment Adjustment procedure
1. Make this adjustment after completing the ad-
justment in the section 4-3.
2.
Use DAC - P_PSIG - R : in the FACTORY MENU
and use it so that vertical bars are minimized.
3. In the same way, use
DAC - P_PSIG - G
: in the
FACTORY MENU and use it so that vertical
bars
are minimized.
4. In the same way, use
DAC - P_PSIG - B
: in the
FACTORY MENU and use it so that vertical
bars
are minimized.
Press ENTER key
0/255
30%
112/255
30%
128/255
64
/255
88
/255
112
/255
136
/255
160
/255
160
/255
136
/255
112
/255
88
/255
64
/255
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CP-X10000 ( P6X ) / CP-SX12000 ( P6SX )
4-5
White balance adjustment
(visual inspection)
Preparations
1. Perform these adjustments after the adjust-
ments described in Section 4-5.
2. Reset gamma correction before adjustment.
Place the cursor on [GAMMA] in the FACTORY
MENU, press the [RESET] key and select RESET.
Adjustment procedure
1. First, adjust the G color.
2.
Select GAMMA, SUB-CNT, and G: in the FACTORY
MENU. If the background is white solid, press the
[ENTER] key on the Remote control transmitter to
change to [G] monochrome in the 33-tone grayscale.
3. Adjust GAMMA, SUB-CNT, and G: in the FAC-
TORY MENU so that brightness of 33 steps is
best.
4. Don’t adjust GAMMA, SUB-BRT, and G: in the
FACTORY MENU because we want to keep the
best contrast ratio.
5. Then adjust colors R and B.
6.
Select GAMMA, SUB-CNT, and G: in the FACTORY
MENU. If the background is white solid, press the
[ENTER] key on the remote control to change to [W]
monochrome in the 33-tone grayscale.
7. Adjust GAMMA, SUB-BRT, R: and B: in the
FACTORY MENU so that low-brightness white
balance is best.
8. Adjust GAMMA, SUB-CNT, R: and B: in the
FACTORY MENU so that middle-brightness
white balance is best.
9. Repeat steps 7 to 8 above, and adjust so that
brightness white balance of 33 steps is best.
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CP-X10000 ( P6X ) / CP-SX12000 ( P6SX )
VID-AD2
MIN
MID-1
MID-2 ... 6
MAX
DAC-P
GAMMA
C. UNIF.
No. 1 R 0
STRIPE
OPTION
C.UNIF
ON/OFF ON
OFF
G 0 B 0
Major adjustment lattice point No.
VID-AD1
4-6 Color uniformity adjustments
Preparations
1.
Perform these adjustments after the adjustments
described in the section 4-6.
2. Make a color uniformity adjustments for the fol-
lowing tones.
MIN tone (approx. 7% input signal)
MID-1 tone (approx. 14% input signal)
MID-2 tone (approx. 21% input signal)
MID-3 tone (approx. 29% input signal)
MID-4 tone (approx. 36% input signal)
MID-5 tone (approx. 50% input signal)
MID-6 tone (approx. 61% input signal)
MAX tone (approx. 75% input signal)
NOTE: The brightness level of the test patterns
in MID-4 and MID-6 is selectable.
3. Select the [C.UNIF.] in the FACTORY MENU
and press the [ ] key. This operation displays
the Adjust Tone menu (shown below) on the
bottom of the screen.
To choose the tone to be adjusted, press the [
] key and then use the [ ] or [ ] key.
Select the major adjustment lattice point No.
and color, and then adjust them.
4. The major adjustment lattice point numbers (a
total of 17 points) corresponds to the major ad-
justment lattice point positions in the diagram
on the right. The color uniformity of the entire
screen can be adjusted by adjusting the white
balance for each of the points starting in order
from the low numbers.
5. Adjustment point No.1 should not be adjusted,
because it controls the brightness of the entire
screen.
6.
To temporarily turn correction off, place the cur-
sor on [C.UNIF.] in the Adjust Tone menu and
press the [ ] key. The ON/OFF menu appears.
Place the cursor on [ON] with the [ ] key and
press the [ ] key. To turn it on again, place the
cursor on [OFF] and press the [ ] key.
7. Although this adjustment can also be made us-
ing internal signals, we will here use the [EN-
TER] key on the remote control to select the fol-
lowing two signals.
Solid monochrome adjustment color (use G
color adjustment when a color differential me-
ter is used).
Solid white (use for adjustment other than
above).
8. Reset color-shading correction before adjust-
ment.
When resetting all values of 8 tones and all
colors, place the cursor on [C.UNIF.] in the
FACTORY MENU, press the [RESET] key and
select RESET in the dialog.
When resetting only 1 tone, place the cursor
on the tone such as MID-1 to be reset, press
the [RESET] key and select RESET in the di-
alog.
Single tone and monochrome resets cannot
be performed.
FACTORY MENU
Major adjustment lattice point position
14 12
13
16
15 17
6 4 8
2 1 3
7 5 9
10 11
V/6
H/6 H/3 H/3 H/6
V/3
V/3
V/6
Adjust tone menu
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CP-X10000 ( P6X ) / CP-SX12000 ( P6SX )
Adjustment procedure 1
(When a color differential meter is used)
1. First adjust the [MID-1] tone [G:].
2. Select adjustment point [No.2][G:].
When the background is not [G] monochrome,
press the [ENTER] key on the remote control to
switch to solid [G] monochrome.
3. Measure the illumination at adjustment points
No. 2, No.3, No.10 and No.11.
The values should be:
No.2 = Y2 [lx] No.10 = Y10 [lx]
No.3 = Y3 [lx] No.11 = Y11 [lx]
4. No.2 and No.3 adjustment points have the aver-
age of Y2 and Y3.
Y2 = ( Y2 + Y3 ) / 2 ± 2 [%]
Y3 = ( Y2 + Y3 ) / 2 ± 2 [%]
5. No.10 and No.11 adjustment points have the
average of Y10 and Y11.
Y10 = ( Y10 + Y11 ) / 2 ± 2 [%]
Y11 = ( Y10 + Y11 ) / 2 ± 2 [%]
6. Then adjust the [MID-1] tone [R] and [B].
When the background is [G] monochrome,
press the [ENTER] key on the remote control to
switch to solid white.
7. Measure the color coordinates of adjustment
point [No.1] and make a note of them.
Assume that they are x = x1, y = y1.
Note: When the CL-100 color and color differ-
ence meter is used, the [¨](delta) mode
is convenient. When adjustment point
[No.1] color coordinate has been select-
ed, set the slide switch on the side to
[¨](delta) while holding down the [F] but-
ton on the front panel. The measurement
shown after this displays the deviation
from measurement point 1.
8. Measure the color coordinates of measurement
point [No.2] and adjust [No.2][R:] and [B:] so
that the coordinates are as follows.
x = x1 ± 0.005 , y = y1 ± 0.010
9. Similarly, measure adjustment points [No.3] to
[No.17] and adjust their color coordinates start-
ing in order from the small number points.
This completes adjustments required for
[MID-1].
Note: Since excessive correction may lead to a
correction data overview during internal
calculations, use the following values for
reference.
[No.2] to [No.5] ± 40 or less
[No.6] to [No.9] ± 50 or less
[No.10] to [No.13] ± 70 or less
[No.14] to [No.17] ± 120 or less
10.Then adjust the [MIN] tone [G] so that the ad-
justment values are two times as much as
MID-1] tone [G] values.
This completes [G] color adjustments.
11.Then adjust [MIN] tone [R] and [B].
Select [No.2] [B:] and press the [ENTER] key
on the Remote control transmitter to change to
solid white.
12.Measure the color coordinates of adjustment
point [No.1] and make a note of them.
Assume that they are x = x1, y = y1.
13.Now measure the color coordinates of mea-
surement point [No.2] and adjust [No.2][R:] and
[B:] so that the coordinates are as follows.
x = x1 ± 0.005 , y = y1 ± 0.010 (Target)
x = x1 ± 0.020 , y = y1 ± 0.040
14.Similarly, measure adjustment points [No.3] to
[No.17] and adjust their color coordinates start-
ing in order from the small number points.
This completes [MIN] tone adjustments.
15.Now make similar adjustments for [MID-2] tone.
(Adjust [MID-2] tone [G] so that the adjustment
data set half as many as [MID-1] tone [G].)
16.Now make similar adjustments for [MID-3],
[MID-5], [MAX] tones. (It is not necessary to ad-
just the [G] data in these tones.)
17. After completing the step 16, set the value of
the [MID-4] tone [R]: [No.2] to the mean of the
values of the [R]: [No.2] in the [MID-3] and
[MID-4] tones.
18. Set all the values for the [No.2] to [No.17] of
the [MID-4] tone [R] and [B] in the same way as
the step 17.
19. Finally, set the data of the [MID-6] tone [R] and
[B] using the values of the [MID-5] and [MAX]
tones in the same way as the [MID-4] tone [R]
and [B] adjustments in the step 17 and 18.
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CP-X10000 ( P6X ) / CP-SX12000 ( P6SX )
Adjustment procedure 2
(visual inspection)
1. First adjust [MIN] tone [G:].
2. Select [No.2] [G:].
If the background is [G] monochrome, press the
[ENTER] key on the remote control to switch to
solid white.
3. View measurement point [No.2] and [No.3].
Lower the [G] color intensity only of the color
point whose [G] color is more intense than
measurement point [No.1].
4. View measurement point [No.10] and [No.11].
Lower the [G] color intensity only of the color
point whose [G] color is more intense than
measurement point [No.1], and raise the inten-
sity of the point whose color intensity is lower
than measurement point [No.1].
5. Now adjust the [MIN] tone for colors [R] and
[B].
6. View measurement points [No.2], [No.3],
[No.10] and [No.11]. Adjust the [R] and [B] of
each measurement point so that they have the
same color as measurement point [No.1].
Adjustment technique:
First, adjust [B:] of the point whose color is to
be adjusted so that it approximates that of
[No.1]. If [R:] is low at this time, the image will
have cyan cast, in which case [R:] is increased.
On the other hand, if [R:] is excessive, the im-
age will have a magenta cast, in which case
[R:] is decreased.
Overall, a cyan cast makes it easy to see color
shading.
7. Next, view measurement points [No.4], [No.5],
[No.12], [No.13] and make similar adjustments.
8.
Then adjust measurement points [No.6], [No.7],
[No.8], [No.9], [No.14], [No.15], [No.16] and [No.17].
This completes the [MIN] tone adjustments.
9. Make similar adjustments for other tones, ex-
cept the [MID-4] and [MID-6] tones, as de-
scribed in steps 1 to 8 above.
8
3
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17
9
11
6
14
2
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7
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No. 2 deviation range No. 10 deviation range No. 3 deviation range No. 11 deviation range
No. 4 deviation range No. 12 deviation range No. 5 deviation range No. 13 deviation range
No. 6 deviation range No. 7 deviation range No. 8 deviation range No. 9 deviation range
No. 14 deviation range No. 15 deviation range No. 16 deviation range No. 17 deviation range
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CP-X10000 ( P6X ) / CP-SX12000 ( P6SX )
4-7 Adjusting the zoom and focus
Using the functions for the lens
ZOOM / FOCUS
Press the
ZOOM / FOCUS
button. The ZOOM / FOCUS
dialog will appear. Adjust the zoom / focus using the ◄/►
button while the dialog is displayed. Press the ▼ button to
select "EXIT" on the dialog. It finishes the OSD menu.
LENS SHIFT
Press the LENS SHIFT button. The LENS SHIFT
dialog will appear. Using the ▲/▼/◄/► buttons
Select the OK using the ► button.
while the dialog is displayed shifts the lens.
In the LENS SHIFT dialog:
Press the DIGITAL button.
In the standby mode:
Press the LENS SHIFT and the DIGITAL
buttons for 3 seconds at the same time.
CENTERING
While the lens is shifting, the menu will disappears and the icon of hourglass will
appears on screen. Shifting may takes some time. Depending on the case, it
may reach one minute.
The LENS SHIFT indicator lights up or blinks in green while the lens is shifting.
Then the indicator will stop blinking and light in steady green when the centering
is complete.
When the lens is located in the center already, pressing the DIGITAL button in
the LENS SHIFT dialog lights in steady green the LENS SHIFT indicator for 3
seconds.
LENS MEMORY SAVE / LOAD / CLEAR
This projector is equipped with memory functions for the lens adjustments (zoom,
focus and shift).
To display the LENS MEMORY dialog, select the LENS MEMORY on the ZOOM,
FOCUS or LENS SHIFT dialog. Then the LENS MEMORY dialog will appear.
SAVE:To save the current lens adjustments,
select a SAVE-(1-3) and press ► or ENTER
button.
LOAD:To load a saved adjustments, select the
LOAD-(1-3) and press ► or ENTER button.
When the MY BUTTON button is allocated to
the LOAD-(1-3) the memory can be loaded
without the LENS MEMORY dialog.
CLEAR:Selecting the CLEAR LENS MEMORY in the LENS MEMORY dialog
displays CLEAR LENS MEMORY dialog. Select the number to be cleared
using ▲/▼ buttons and press the ► button. The dialog to check your intention
will come out. Then press the ► button again in the dialog.
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CP-X10000 ( P6X ) / CP-SX12000 ( P6SX )
5. Troubleshooting
Check points
PW assembly LED
PW assembly REMOTE
E802
E501
EW01
P701
EW03
E902
E801
E304
EW06
E301
(
E2
)
E
W05
P501
P601
E806
E800
EF51 E803
E805
E807
E301(E2)
E808
E302(E1)
ES11
E303
E310
E305
E806
E811
EW04
EW02
DY05 DY04 DY02 DY03 DY01
(SHUTTER) (SECURITY) (LAMP) (TEMP) (POWER)
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CP-X10000 ( P6X ) / CP-SX12000 ( P6SX )
Power can not be turned on
Are
voltage
supplied at pins
(1),(9),(11) and (13) of E800
on the PWB assembly
MAIN in standby
mode?
NO
YES
(1): +4.0V
(9): +6.0V
(11): GND
(13): +17V
Does
LAMP (DY02) or
TEMP (DY03) indicator light
or blink?
*: Be sure to unplug the power cord before measuring resistance.
Measure
resistance* between
pins (1) and (11), between pins
(9) and (11), and between pins
(11) and (13) of
E800.
Disconnect TSW
from power unit circuit, and
measure resistance of
TSW.
Open
0
PWB assembly MAIN
Power unit (circuit)
Thermal switch (TSW)
Open
Power unit (circuit) Fuse on the power unit
(circuit)
Short
Go to the next page
YES
Lamp door Re-attach lamp
door
PWB assembly MAIN
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Lamp does not light
What
is the state of
LAMP indicator DY02
during operation?
Is the
LAMP installation
correct?
Light
install the Lamp
NG
Change the
lamp. Does lamp
light?
Lamp
Light
YES
Power unit
(ballast)
Power unit
(circuit)
No
What
is the state of
TEMP indicator
DY03?
Thermistor
(E1/E2)
Is
the voltage
at the (1) of E811 on the
PWB assembly MAIN set to
"L" during warming-
up?
Not light
PWB assembly MAIN
YES
“L” = 0V
Power unit (ballast)
No
Are
the voltage
supplied to the pin
(2) of connectors** for
DC fans soon after
the button is
pressed?
Observe
the voltage
waveforms at pin (1) of
connectors for DC fans**
soon after the button
is pressed.
Blinks
DC fan
(failed in above check)
Correct waveform is drawn below.
f 40Hz
PWB assembly
MAIN
NO (0V)
PWB assembly
MAIN
Correct
YES
incorrect
*: Be sure to unplug the power cord
before measuring resistance.
Not light
**: DC fan connectors are E801,
E802, E803, E804, E806,
E807, and E808
(5V or higher)
Lights
Measure
resistance
of E1 and E2 after
disconnecting them
from MAIN
board.
OK
PWB assembly
MAIN
E2: 5 to 20k
E1: 0.5 to 2k
NG (open / short)
Wait 20 seconds
PWB assembly
MAIN
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Picture is not displayed when the RGB signal is input
Are
the splash screen
and the user menu displayed
correctly?
YES
YES
Is the
picture from RGB
out port displayed correctly
on another monitor
display?
YES
Confirm
the LCD Panels
connection to the MAIN
board.
No
CPC57 connector
PWB assembly MAIN LCD prism assembly
OK
PWB assembly MAIN
No
THS7327PHPR
(RGB1:IM05 or IT07)
(RGB2:IM07 or IT05)
(BNC:IM07 or IT05)
PWB assembly MAIN
No
NG
Picture is not displayed when the Video, S-Video or component signal is input
Are
the splash
screen and the user menu
displayed correctly?
YES
Confirm
the LCD Panels
connection to the MAIN
board.
No
CPC57 connector
PWB assembly MAIN LCD prism assembly
OK
NG
PWB assembly MAIN PWB assembly INPUT C
( Component )
EL8302IUZ
(I903:Component)
PWB assembly INPUT
(A:RGB1,RGB2 B:BNC)
PWB assembly INPUT A
( Video, S-Video )
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CP-X10000 ( P6X ) / CP-SX12000 ( P6SX )
The check after parts change
1. PC power supply OFF
2. Connection of cable
3. Projector starting
4. PC starting
*When not operating :
PC set up change of cable.
Can not control to RS-232C
NO
YES
Use cross cable
Check the
RS-232C cable.
Are pin No. 2 and 3
crossed?
Make sure PC setup
YES
NO
PWB assembly MAIN
PWB assembly INPUT A
Are the
signals input at each
pins on the CONTROL
Port?
: RX
: TX
Pin
Pin
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CP-X10000 ( P6X ) / CP-SX12000 ( P6SX )
NO
Does the Lamp
on lower right of the
Network connector light
in green?
Can’t communicate with computer
via NETWORK terminal.
Check at operating mode
Make sure NETWORK
hardware
Set IP address and Subnet
Mask in the
NETWORK-SETUP menu with
manual operation.
Is IP Address in
the Network > Information menu
set to “0.0.0.0” after waiting
more than 1 minute?
YES
YES
NO
Are
both IP Address
and Subnet mask in the
Network > Information menu set to
"0.0.0.0" after waiting more than
1 minute?
PWB assembly MAIN
Use new LAN cable
YES
Set IP address and Subnet Mask
in the Advanced Menu > Network
> SETUP menu with manual operation.
Is
the DHCP in the
Advanced Menu > Network
> Setup > DHCP is on?
NO
Is the computer
connected with the
projector directly?
If
Subnet Mask is
"255.255.255.0", are
"xxx.yyy.zzz" portion of IP address
setting of computer and
projector
same?
PWB assembly MAIN
YES
Is there
DHCP server on
the network which the
projector is connected
to?
Make sure those settings
of the projector and
computer are correct.
PWB assembly MAIN
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
Use the same IP address
setting except for "N" on
computer and projector.
YES YES
NO
IP address: xxx.yyy.zzz.N
NO
Are there
any damage to the cable
between computer and
projector?
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CP-X10000 ( P6X ) / CP-SX12000 ( P6SX )
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
2.5V or more
YES
Set the time in
DATE AND TIME on
NETWORK menu.
NO
NO
Is voltage
input at pin 1 of
EE02 on PWB assembly
MAIN when power switch
was turned
off.
Was the time set before?
DATE
AND TIME is
displayed as 2000/1/1 0:00
in INFORMATION on
NETWORK
menu.
YES
YES
NO
NO Configure the Daylight
Saving Time in web
setting.
Is the
time adjusted by
Daylight Savings Time ?
Is TIME
DIFFERENCE on
INFORMATION correct ?
Set the time.
Is internal clock battery
old ?
Time is not correctly displayed.
PWB assembly
MAIN
PWB assembly
MAIN
PWB assembly BATTERY
Cables (CNBAT)
Use new battery.
(see 6.4)
1919b
CP-SX12000 ( P6SX )
4. Troubleshooting
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Connector A
EZ02
Adapter board
* Regarding the other troubleshooting, refer to the CP-X10000 / CP-WX11000 service manuals.
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CP-X10000 ( P6X ) / CP-SX12000 ( P6SX )
6. Service points
6-1 Lead free solder [CAUTION]
This product uses lead free solder (unleaded) to help preserve the environment. Please read these
instructions before attempting any soldering work.
Lead free solder indicator
Printed circuit boards using lead free solder are engraved with an "F" or "LF".
Properties of lead free solder
The melting point of lead free solder is 40-50˚C higher than leaded solder.
Servicing solder
Solder with an alloy composition of Sn-3.0Ag-0.5Cu or Sn-0.7Cu is recommended.
Although servicing with leaded solder is possible, there are a few precautions that have to be taken. (Not
taking these precautions may cause the solder to not harden properly, and lead to consequent malfunctions.)
Precautions when using leaded solder
Remove all lead free solder from soldered joints when replacing components.
If leaded solder should be added to existing lead free joints, mix in the leaded solder thoroughly after the
lead free solder has been completely melted (do not apply the soldering iron without solder).
Servicing soldering iron
A soldering iron with a temperature setting capability (temperature control function) is recommended.
The melting point of lead free solder is higher than leaded solder. Use a soldering iron that maintains a high
stable temperature (large heat capacity), and that allows temperature adjustment according to the part being
serviced, to avoid poor servicing performance.
Recommended soldering iron:
Soldering iron with temperature control function (temperature range: 320-450˚C)
Recommended temperature range per part:
Part Soldering iron temperature
Mounting (chips) on mounted PCB 320˚C±30˚C
Mounting (chips) on empty PCB 380˚C±30˚C
Chassis, metallic shield, etc. 420˚C±30˚C
PWB assembly MAIN
PWB assembly REMOTE A/B
PWB assembly LED
PWB assembly KEYPAD
PWB assembly BATTERY
PWB assembly INPUT A/B/C
PWB assembly ADAPTER
PWB assembly SHUTTER
POWER UNIT (BALLAST)
POWER UNIT (CIRCUIT)
The PWB assembly which has used lead free solder
CAUTION
Always wear safety glasses to prevent fumes or molten solder from getting into the eyes. Lead free solder
can splatter at high temperatures (600˚C).
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CP-X10000 ( P6X ) / CP-SX12000 ( P6SX )
6-2 Before Replacing The LCD Prism
You should not replace separately the parts of the liquid crystal LCD prism because it works properly only
when used together. Therefore, regarding these parts, you can either replace part, LCD prism assembly, or
send the whole unit LCD prism assembly back to HITACHI, where we will replace the malfunctioning part,
recondition the device and send it back to you.
DISTRIBUTOR
Do not disassemble the unit
because replacement of separate
parts is not possible.
HITACHI
G Panel
Replacement of G Panel ĺ Reconditioning
Return
6-3 Replacement of PO.filter
CAUTION
Only Serviceman is allowed to do these works.
Put projector on stable and horizontal ground when you do there works.
(1) Set the lens shift position to center (see page
12).
Then turn off the projector with AC switch and
unplug a power cord.
(2) Detach front ring, front cover, upper case and
MAIN board in accordance with the procedure
on chapter8, Disassembling diagram.
Make sure to detach lamp door before MAIN
board.
Preparation
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CP-X10000 ( P6X ) / CP-SX12000 ( P6SX )
(1) Remove a hex head screw and detach a
PO.fi lter you will replace.
(2) Attach a new PO.Filter with a hex head screw
lightly.
Pay attention not to make your finger or other
components touch to the surface of the glass.
(3) Attach MAIN board, upper case, front cover,
front ring and lamp door.
Never connect panel fl exible cables.
Never attach maintenance cover.
(4) Turn on projector. Black screen appears.
Adjust PO.fi lter position as checking the screen
so the image becomes best black. After fi nd the
best position, keep the position with your fi nger
and tighten the hex head screw.
(Torque: 0.2~0.4N•m)
Note: If two or three PO. Filters need to be
change, replace each by each in the order of G,
R and B.
After turn off with AC switch, connect panel
flexible cables. Make sure projected image
is normal, and then make adjustments in
accordance with the chapter "4 Adjustment".
Never connect panel fl exible
cables for R, G and B.
6-3-1 Replacement of P.O.Filter-IN
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CP-X10000 ( P6X ) / CP-SX12000 ( P6SX )
R
G
B
Green mark Red or black
mark
Blue mark
6-3-2 Replacement of P.O.Filter-OUT
(1) Detach the LCD/PRISM ass'y by following the
procedure on the next page.
Make sure not to daamge optical parts, especially the
glass part of the panel and the P.O.Filter-IN.
(2) Remove two hex head screws (Bits: 1.5) located on
upper side of the P.O.Filter-OUT you will replace.
Never lose removed screws and washers.
(3) Detach the Pre-P.O.Spring fi xing the P.O.Filter-OUT.
(4)
Pull out a old P.O.Filter-OUT with a tool like tweezers.
Insert a new P.O.Filter-OUT
into the original place Pick the
P.O.Filter-OUT as shown in
picture in order not to put dirt
or fi ngerprint on the surface.
Match the marking direction
of a pair of P.O.Filter-OUT as
shown in diagram.
(5) Make sure that the P.O.Filter-OUT you insert sits in
place completely.
Attach the Pre-P.O.Spring, and tighten hex head
screws with washers. (Torque: 0.2-0.4N•m)
Attach the LCD/PRISM ass'y to the original place in
the projector.
Make sure to check there is no problem on the image.
Remove two screws
Pre-P.O.Spring
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Loosen maintenance cover screw.
Slide maintenance cover to front, and remove.
Loosen this screw
Disconnect the LCD panel fl exible cables.
Unscrew the LCD/PRISM (4pcs).
Then, lift up the LCD/PRISM, and remove.
Flexible cables Remove there screws
CAUTION
Never touch driver to any
parts that fi x LCD panels.
1. Preparation
Please prepare cleaning tools and materials as follows. And prepare relatively clean room not to
work in additional dust, while removing operation.
(1) Swab for cleaning : P#: NX05742, "Cotton stick L70"
(2) Air duster (Dust blower, spray can)
(3) Vacuum cleaner
6-4 Cleaning up dust from panels and optical filters
2. Remove the LCD/PRISM
CAUTION
Only Serviceman is allowed to do these works.
Put projector on stable and horizontal ground when you do there works.
(1) Set the lens shift position to center.
(2) Turn off the projector, and unplug the power code.
(3) Turn the front ring, and remove.
Lift the front cover, and remove.
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3. Maintenance point
(1) Clean the LCD panel surface with Swab. (2) Insert Swab between LCD panel and PRISM
when you clean the back surface of LCD panel
and Optical fi lter. (Refer next section.)
Swab
Swab
4. Cleaning the panels and optical filters
By using swab and air duster, remove the dust.
Swab
Panel
Holder
Optical filter Air
5. Re-assembly
Re-assemble the set in the reverse order of the disassembling.
While removing the dust, separated dust
will be blown off by air cooling system.
Please pay attention not to damage
panels and optical filters.
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6-5 Battery
6-5-1 Replacing Internal Clock Battery
Consumption of the battery makes the clock not to work correctly. When the clock is wrong or it has
stopped, please replace the battery according to the following procedures.
WARNING
Be careful of handling batteries, since a battery can cause explosion, cracking or leakage that could result
in a fire, injury, or environment pollution.
. Use only the specified batteries. Do not use batteries of different types.
. When replacing, replace both of the batteries with new batteries of the same type. Do not use a new bat-
tery with a used battery.
. Do not use a battery with damage, such as scratches, dents, rust or leakage.
. Make sure the plus and minus terminals are correctly aligned when loading a battery.
. Do not work on a battery; for example recharging or soldering.
. If the remote control is not used for a long period of time, remove the batteries.
. Keep batteries in a dark, cool and dry place. Never expose a battery to a fire or water.
. Keep batteries away from children and pets.
. When a battery leaked, wipe the leakage out well with a waste cloth. If the leakage adhered to your body,
immediately rinse it well with water. When a battery leaked in the battery holder, replace the batteries after
wiping the leakage out.
. Obey the local laws on disposing a battery.
CAUTION
Only Serviceman is allowed to do these works.
Put projector on stable and horizontal ground when you do there works.
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1. Set the lens shift position to center. Then, turn the projector off, and unplug the power cord. Allow
the projector cool sufficiently.
2. After making sure that the projector has cooled adequately, turn the front ring, and remove.
Then ,lift the front cover, and remove.
3.Insert tool ((-)driver etc) to ditch of battery holder, and remove battery by (-) driver slowly.
4. Put a new battery in.
Replace battery with new one of the type of HITACHI MAXELL, Part No.CR2032 or CR2032H.
Use of another battery may present a risk of fi re or explosion. Install a new battery in the battery
holder facing the plus (+) terminal up.
And push the battery into the battery holder fully to fi x.
NOTE
The internal clock's time will be reset when the battery is removed. Please reconfi gure the time via
the menu or web browser after replacing the battery.
CAUTION
Never install a battery in the battery
holder upside-down.
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6-5-2 Potting batteries into the remote control
Use the batteries included in this product or two new batteries of the specified type: HITACHI MAXELL,
part number LR6 or R6P.
1. Remove the battery cover.
Slide back and remove the battery cover in the direction of the arrow.
2. Insert the batteries.
Align and insert the two AA batteries according to their plus and minus terminals as indicated in the
remote control.
3. Close the battery cover.
Replace the battery cover in the direction of the arrow and snap it back into place.
Changing the frequency of remote control signal
The accessory remote control has the choice of mode 1 or mode
2, in the frequency of its signal. If the remote control does not
function properly, attempt to change the signal frequency. Please
remember that the “REMOTE FREQ.” in SERVICE item of
OPTION menu of the projector to be controlled should be set to
the same mode as the remote control. To set the mode of the
remote control, slide the knob of the frequency switch inside the
battery cover into the position indicated by the mode number to
choose.
Ɣ About Laser pointer
This remote control has a laser pointer in place of a fi nger or rod. The laser beam works and the LASER
INDICATOR lights while the LASER button is pressed.
WARNING
Use the laser beam of the remote control only for the pointer on the screen. Do not apply the
laser beam to anything except the screen.
• Never hit eyes by the laser beam since the laser beam can injure eyes.
• Do not apply the laser beam to anything except the screen.
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Back of the
remote control
Inside of
the battery cover
Frequency switch
BLANK LASER
FREEZE
LASER
INDICATOR
DIGITAL
STANDBY/ON COMPUTER
LENS SHIFT
KEYSTONE
ID 3
ID 4
ID 2
ID 1
VIDEO
AUTO
ASPECT
RESET
MENU
MAGNIFY
ON
OFF
3
4
ENTER
FOCUS
+
-
POSITION
PbyP
ZOOM
+
-
1
2
MY BUTTON
MY SOURCE
SHUTTER
LASER INDICATOR
LASER button
Laser aperture
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6-6 Filter unit
WARNING
Before checking or replacing the fi lter unit, turn off, unplug, and cool down the projector.
• To keep inside ventilation normal, check and replace the fi lter unit periodically.
• Use only the manufacturer specifi ed type of the fi lter unit.
NOTICE : Be sure to reset the FILTER TIME only when you have replaced the fi lter unit.
NOTE
The value shown on the EASY menu as the FILTER TIME is the use time that is counted since
the last time the FILTER TIME was reset. Refer to the value for proper maintenance.
You can utilize the message function, which is set up by the item FILTER TIME of the OPTION
menu, to notify you when to replace the lamp.
To keep inside ventilation normal, keep a spare and replace the filter unit periodically, although frequent
replacement is not needed for this product.To prepare the spare, contact your dealer and tell the following
type number.
Type number of the optional fi lter unit: MU06351
The following walks you through the steps to replace the fi lter unit.
(1) Turn the projector on.
(2) To display the EASY MENU, press the MENU button
(on the control panel or the remote control). On the
ADVANCED MENU, select the “EASY MENU” using the
Ÿ/ź cursor buttons in the left column, then press the Ź
cursor button.
(3) To display the FILTER TIME dialog, select the “FILTER
TIME” using the Ÿ/ź cursor buttons, then press the Ź
cursor button.
(4) Use the Ź cursor button according to the dialog,
Selecting “OK” resets the FILTER TIME value.
Filter cover
Filter unit knobs
Intake vents
Filter cover knobs
1.Make sure that the projector is unplugged and cooled down.
2.Use a vacuum cleaner on and around the fi lter cover.
3.Pick and pull up the fi lter cover knobs to take it off.
4.Pinch and pull out the fi lter unit knob to take it off.
5.Use a vacuum cleaner on and around the intake vents of
the projector.
6.Set the new fi lter unit into the place.
7.Put the fi lter cover back into the place.
8.Reset the FILTER TIME value.
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6-7 Lamp
NOTE
The value shown on the OPTION menu as the LAMP TIME is the use time that is counted since the last
time the LAMP TIME was reset. Refer to the value for proper maintenance.
A worn out lamp bulb could burn or burst. It is recommended to keep a spare lamp unit on hand and to
replace the lamp unit when the projected image darkens or color reproduction becomes poor. To prepare the
spare, contact your dealer and tell the following type number.
Type number of the optional lamp unit: DT01001
If the projector is installed in a special state such as ceiling mount, or if the lamp bulb has broken, also ask
the dealer to replace the lamp unit. Otherwise, follow the procedure shown below to replace the lamp.
1. Make sure that the projector is unplugged andcooled down.
2. Loosen the screw (marked by arrow) of thelamp cover. Then slide and take
it off.
3. Loosen the 3 screws (marked by arrow) of theThe lamp coverlamp unit.
Then picking the handles of the unit, gently take it from the projector.
4. Gently set the new lamp unit into place. Then retighten the screws of the
lamp unit.
5. Put the lamp cover back into place, and retighten the screw of the lamp
cover.
6. Reset the LAMP TIME value.
(1)Turn the projector on.
(2)To display the ADVANCED MENU, press the MENU button (on the control panel or the remote control).
On the EASY MENU, select the “ADVANCED MENU” using the Ÿ/ź cursor buttons, then press the Ź
cursor button.
(3)To select the OPTION menu, select the “OPTION” using the Ÿ/ź cursor
buttons in the left column, then press the Ź cursor button.
(4)To display the LAMP TIME dialog, select the “LAMP TIME” using the Ÿ/ź
cursor buttons in the right column, then press the Ź cursor button.
(5)Use the Ź cursor button according to the dialog, Selecting “OK” resets the
LAMP TIME value.
NOTICE
Be sure to reset the LAMP TIME only when you have replaced the lamp unit.
I O
HDMI DVI-D
CONTROL IN CONTROL OUT REMOTE
CONTROL
IN
OUT
S-VIDEO
COMPUTER IN2
COMPUTER IN1
VIDEO 1 BNC
R/Cr/Pr G/Y B/Cb/Pb H V VIDEO 2
Y
Cb/Pb
Cr/Pr
AC IN
LAN
MONITOR
OUT
The lamp cover
The handles
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WARNING
Lamp warning
HIGH VOLTAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE HIGH PRESSURE
ŹThe projector uses a high-pressure mercury glass lamp. The
lamp can break with a loud bang, or burn out, if jolted or scratched, handled
while hot, or worn over time. Note that each lamp has a different lifetime, and
some may burst or burn out soon after you start using them. In addition, when
the bulb bursts, it is possible for shards of glass to fly into the lamp housing, and
for gas containing mercury to escape from the projector’s vent holes.
ŹAbout disposal of a lamp: This product contains a mercury lamp; do not put
it in a trash. Dispose of it in accordance with environmental laws.
• For lamp recycling, go to www.lamprecycle.org (in the US).
• For product disposal, contact your local government agency
or www.eiae.org (in the US) or www.epsc.ca (in Canada).
WARNING
• If the lamp should break (it will make a loud bang when it does),
unplug the power cord from the outlet. Note that shards of glass
could damage the projector’s internals, or cause injury during handling.
• If the lamp should break (it will make a loud bang when it does),
ventilate the room well, and make sure not to breathe the gas that
comes out of the projector vents, or get it in your eyes or mouth.
• Before replacing the lamp, turn the projector off and unplug the power
cord, then wait at least 45 minutes for the lamp to cool sufficiently.
Handling the lamp while hot can cause burns, as well as damaging the
lamp.
• Never unscrew except the appointed (marked by an arrow) screws.
• Do not open the lamp cover while the projector is suspended from
a ceiling. This is dangerous, since if the lamp’s bulb has broken, the
shards will fall out when the cover is opened.
• Do not use the projector with the lamp cover removed. At the lamp
replacing, make sure that the screws are screwed in firmly. Loose
screws could result in damage or injury.
Use only the lamp of the specified type.
• If the lamp breaks soon after the first time it is used, it is possible
that there are electrical problems elsewhere besides the lamp.
Handle with care: jolting or scratching could cause the lamp bulb to burst during use.
• Using the lamp for long periods of time, could cause it to darken, not
to light up or to burst. When the pictures appear dark, or when the color
tone is poor, please replace the lamp as soon as possible. Do not use
old (used) lamps; this is a cause of breakage.
Disconnect
the plug
from the
power
outlet
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6-8 Lens
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS CAUTION
The distance of projection may not allow focusing on the peripheral
area of the screen. Adjust the focus to keep the center and the
peripheral area of the screen balanced.
This speci¿ cations are subject to change without notice.
The zoom lens may cause some distortion of the image on the screen
depending on the zoom position.
Distortion may appear on screen if the keystone correction (trapezoidal
distortion correction) is overly adjusted.
Keystone correction (trapezoidal distortion correction) may be limited
with some lenses.
To maintain a certain level of image quality, depending on the lens
model, the adjustable range of the focus and zoom is limited. As a
result, the area around the upper or lower limit of the dialog in the
projected image is not displayed in maximum zoom, but this is not a
malfunction.
Information for users applicable in European Union countries
This symbol on the product or on its packaging means that your
electrical and electronic equipment should be disposed at the end
of life separately from your household wastes. There are separate
collection systems for recycling in EU. For more information,
please contact the local authority or the dealer where you
purchased the product.
Important Safety Instructions
(Always follow these instructions.)
Please read this section on important safety instructions before replacing
the projector lens.
To prevent accidents during lens replacement and ensure product safety after
replacing the lens, be sure to follow the safety instructions described herein.
These symbols indicate actions that can result in injury or damage if
these operations are not followed correctly.
Warning
This symbol indicates that there is a possibility of serious
injury or even death if the operation is not followed correctly.
Caution
This symbol indicates that there is a possibility of physical injury
or damage to equipment if the operation is not followed correctly.
These symbols indicate the types of precautions that must followed.
This symbol indicates that
caution must be taken.
This symbol warns of possible
high heat.
This symbol warns of possible
electrical shock.
This symbol indicates an action that
must not be performed.
Before replacing the lens, be sure to turn off and
unplug the LCD projector, and allow at least 45
minutes for the projector to fully cool.
Before replacing the lens, be sure to turn off and unplug the LCD
projector, and allow at least 45 minutes for the projector to fully
cool
.
When attaching, take care so that dust not enter
inside.
Continued use with dust inside may result in ¿ re or electric
shock.
Do not replace the lens while the projector is
suspended from the ceiling.
This can cause injury.
Important Operation Instructions
Warning
Before replacing the projector lens, be sure to read
this manual and the operation manual of the LCD
projector for use with this lens.
To ensure safe operations and the continued safety of this
product, be sure to follow all of the safety instructions written in
this manual and the operation manual of the LCD projector.
Do not place the lens in a location subject to direct
sunlight or other strong lighting or near heat-radiating
equipment.
This can cause a ¿ re due to the properties of the lens. It can
also cause injury or damage to the lens.
Do not subject the lens to shocks.
This can cause injury or damage to the lens.
Be sure to unplug the LCD projector before replacing
the lens.
The inside of the LCD projector has areas of high voltage which
can cause electrical shock.
Do not touch the fan of the LCD projector during
operation.
This can cause injury.
Warning
For safety, do work in accordance with the
Exchange Manual to install this product.
Please read this manual and manuals for the
LCD projector to be used thoroughly to ensure
correct usage through understanding.
Incorrect usage could result in fire, an injury or
damage.
Do not give any shock or impact.
Any shock or impact could result in an injury or
damage. The lens part is projected. Take care not
to strike it.
NOTE
Take care of the lens.
When transporting the LCD projector, be sure to remove the lens.
Otherwise it could result in damage.
When transporting the lens, protect the lens by attaching the lens cap.
Do not touch the lens to prevent fog or dirt of the lens that cause
deterioration of display quality.
Do not touch the lens directly with your hands or ¿ ngers.
This can dirty the lens and cause deterioration in image quality.
The lens is a precision optical device. Carefully handle the lens
without subjecting it to shocks or vibrations.
When resting the lens on a surface, place the lens face down on a soft
cloth.
Cleaning
Use commercially available lens tissue to clean the lens (used to clean
cameras, eyeglasses, etc.).
Excepting for lens, use a soft cloth to clean. When excessively soiled
dilute a neutral detergent in water, wet and wring out the soft cloth.
Do not use detergents or chemicals other than those noted above (e.g.
benzene or thinners).
OPERATIONS
Project an image as described in the LCD Projector user's manual, and
adjust the size and focus of the projected image.
See the Projection Distance table in this user's manual for information
on optional lens projection distances.
Caution
When replacing the lens, do not touch the LCD panels or
polariz-ing plates of the LCD projector or subject them to
shocks.
This can cause damage to the equipment. It can also cause
a misalignment of the optical adjustment and, therefore,
require readjustments.
When replacing the lens, be careful not to damage the
connectors or wires inside the LCD projector.
This can cause damage to the equipment. Be careful not to pull
on the connectors or wires or get them caught in the circuit board
or case.
Replacing the Lens
The lens should be replaced by authorized service personnel.
Refer to the Replacement Manual for the replacement.
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Supplied Accessories
The following accessories are included with each lens.
Lens Model Supplied accessories
Ultra short throw zoom lens USL-801
Ultra short throw zoom lens
FB adjust pin, Lens cap
Hexagon-pin (large) x 1 / (small) x 1
Option lens user's manual
Lens replacement manual
Short throw zoom lens SL-802
Short throw zoom lens
Blinder x 2, Protector x 2, Lens cap
Option lens user's manual
Lens replacement manual
Short throw zoom lens SL-803
Short throw zoom lens
Blinder x 2, Protector x 2, Lens cap
Option lens user's manual
Lens replacement manual
* The above ¿ gures are design values only. Actual distances will be within ±10% of those provided.
* Projection distances other than those in the above table can be obtained by the following formula.
Projection distance = (K1) x diagonal screen size + (K2)
* The projection distance for panel aspect ratio 4:3 is the value when an XGA (1024x768) or SXGA+ (1400x1050) signal is input.
The projection distance for panel aspect ratio 17:10 is the value when a WXGA (1366x800) signal is input.
* The projection distances for screen sizes 16:10, 16:9 and 4:3 can be obtained by the following formulas depending on the panel aspect ratio.
For panel aspect ratio 4:3
For screen size 16:9: Projection distance = (K1) x 0.8171 x diagonal screen size + (K2)
For panel aspect ratio 17:10
For screen size 16:10: Projection distance = (K1) x 1.0453 x diagonal screen size + (K2)
For screen size 16:9: Projection distance = (K1) x 0.9669 x diagonal screen size + (K2)
For screen size 4:3: Projection distance = (K1) x 1.1834 x diagonal screen size + (K2)
Projection Distance
Speci¿ cations
Model USL-801 SL-802 SL-803 SD-804 LL-805 UL-806
Panel aspect ratio 4:3 17:10 4:3 17:10 4:3 17:10 4:3 17:10 4:3 17:10 4:3 17:10
Zoom Mortorized Zoom Mortorized Zoom Mortorized Zoom Mortorized Zoom Mortorized Zoom Mortorized Zoom
Focus Mortorized Focus Mortorized Focus Mortorized Focus Mortorized Focus Mortorized Focus Mortorized Focus
Lens Shift
position
Vertical 1:1 Fixed 3.7:-1 -
-1:3.7
2.3:-1 -
-1:2.3
3.7:-1 -
-1:3.7
2.3:-1 -
-1:2.3
3.7:-1 -
-1:3.7
2.3:-1 -
-1:2.3
3.7:-1 -
-1:3.7
2.3:-1 -
-1:2.3
3.7:-1 -
-1:3.7
2.3:-1 -
-1:2.3
Horizontal
1:1 Fixed 13:-1 -
-1:13
10:-1 -
-1:10
13:-1 -
-1:13
10:-1 -
-1:10
13:-1 -
-1:13
10:-1 -
-1:10
13:-1 -
-1:13
10:-1 -
-1:10
13:-1 -
-1:13
10:-1 -
-1:10
F-Number 2.4 - 2.5 2.5 - 2.9 2.1 - 2.7 1.6 - 2.1 2.2 - 3.4 2.3 - 3.5
Focal Length 14 - 17mm 34 - 41mm 40 - 59mm 60 - 78mm 77 - 139mm 136 - 247mm
Zoom ratio 1:1.2 1:1.2 1:1.5 1:1.3 1:1.8 1:1.8
Projection ratio
1
:
0.5
-
0.6 1
:
1.2
-
1.5 1
:
1.5
-
2.2 1
:
2.2
-
2.9 1
:
2.8
-
5.2 1
:
5.0
-
9.2
Projection Size 40 - 700 inch 40 - 700 inch 40 - 700 inch 40 - 700 inch 40 - 700 inch 40 - 700 inch
Weright 4.0kg 4.4kg 4.8kg 3.9kg 3.8kg 4.5kg
Model USL-801 SL-802 SL-803 SD-804 LL-805 UL-806
Diagonal
Screen Size
Panel aspect ratio Panel aspect ratio Panel aspect ratio Panel aspect ratio Panel aspect ratio Panel aspect ratio
4:3 17:10 4:3 17:10 4:3 17:10 4:3 17:10 4:3 17:10 4:3 17:10
[inch] [m] Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max
40 1.0 14 18 16 19 37 46 41 50 44 67 48 73 66 89 72 96 86 164 94 177 155 291 168 314
60 1.5 23 27 25 30 58 70 62 76 68 102 74 110 103 136 111 147 133 249 144 269 237 440 256 475
70 1.8 27 32 29 35 68 83 73 90 80 120 87 129 121 159 131 172 156 292 169 315 278 515 301 556
100 2.5 39 47 43 51 99 119 106 129 116 173 126 186 175 230 189 248 226 419 244 453 402 740 433 798
120 3.0 48 57 52 62 119 144 128 156 140 208 152 224 211 277 228 299 273 505 295 545 484 889 522 959
150 3.8 60 72 65 78 149 181 161 195 176 261 190 281 266 347 287 375 343 633 370 683 607 1114 655 1201
200 5.1 81 97 88 104 200 242 216 262 237 349 255 376 356 464 384 502 460 846 496 913 812 1488 876 1605
250 6.4 102 121 110 131 251 303 271 328 297 437 320 471 447 582 482 629 576 1059 622 1143 1017 1862 1097 2008
300 7.6 123 146 133 158 302 364 326 394 357 525 385 566 537 699 580 755 693 1272 748 1373 1223 2236 1318 2411
350 8.9 144 171 155 184 353 426 381 460 417 613 450 661 628 816 677 882 810 1485 873 1603 1428 2611 1540 2815
400 10.2 165 196 178 211 404 487 436 526 477 701 514 756 718 934 775 1009 926 1699 999 1832 1633 2985 1761 3218
500 12.7 207 245 223 264 506 609 546 659 597 877 644 946 899 1168 970 1262 1160 2125 1251 2292 2044 3733 2203 4025
600 15.2 248 295 268 318 608 732 656 791 718 1053 774 1136 1081 1403 1165 1516 1393 2551 1502 2752 2455 4482 2646 4831
700 17.8 290 344 313 371 710 854 765 924 838 1229 903 1325 1262 1638 1361 1770 1626 2978 1754 3212 2865 5230 3089 5638
K1
0.4181 0.4949 0.4504 0.5331 1.0193 1.2252 1.0984 1.3240 1.2024 1.7610 1.2957 1.8984 1.8110 2.3465 1.9524 2.5354 2.3335 4.2638 2.5157 4.5984 4.1063 7.4843 4.4252 8.0669
K2
-2.4508 -2.2394 -2.3756 -2.1886 -3.4000 -3.1441 -3.4118 -3.1535 -3.8744 -3.4244 -3.8846 -3.4287 -6.0669 -4.9528 -6.0669 -5.2323 -7.0870 -6.9134 -7.0906 -6.9134 -9.1142 -8.8622 -9.1220 -8.8622
Lens Model Supplied accessories
Standard zoom lens SD-804
Standard zoom lens
Blind sheet, Lens cap
Option lens user's manual
Lens replacement manual
Long throw zoom lens LL-805
Long throw zoom lens
Blind sheet, Lens cap
Option lens user's manual
Lens replacement manual
Ultra long throw zoom lens UL-806
Ultra long throw zoom lens
Blind sheet, Lens cap
Option lens user's manual
Lens replacement manual
Unit: inch
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6. Attaching the lens (2)
Support the lens installed in the LCD
projector and move the lock lever on the
projector as far as it will go to the right
(until the lock lever clicks into the locked
position).
Caution:
ŷ To prevent the lens from falling off,
after attaching the lens, check that
it is securely mounted and that the
lock lever does not move.
Ŷ Lens replacement should be performed by a service engineer.
Ŷ When changing the lens, place the LCD projector right way up on a horizontal surface. Do not change the lens with the projector facing upwards or downwards or when
the projector is suspended.
Attaching the SD-804/LL-805/UL-806 Lens When Unpacking the LCD Projector
1. Preparing to attach the lens (1)
Take the lens adapter supplied with the
LCD projector and mount it so that the
connector on the lens is aligned with the
socket of the lens adapter.
Caution:
ŷ Be careful not to touch the surface
of the lens.
ŷ Do not touch the socket of the lens
adapter or subject it to impact as
this may lead to malfunction.
ŷ Do not hold the lens by the lens
shade as this may lead to injury or malfunction.
ŷ Be sure to remove the tape À xing the hexagonal screw on the lens.
ŷ Be sure to remove the lens cap. Installing the lens in the LCD projector with the
lens cap on may lead to malfunction.
2. Preparing to attach the lens (2)
Using the hexagon wrench supplied
with the LCD projector, attach the lens
adapter with the four hexagon screws on
the lens.
Connect the connector on the lens to the
socket of the lens adapter.
3. Preparing to attach the lens (3)
Unscrew the front ring from the LCD
projector and remove the cap.
4. Preparing to attach the lens (4)
Lift off the front cover to remove it.
5. Preparing to attach the lens (1)
Make sure that the terminal on the lens
and the terminal on the LCD projector are
aligned.
Support the lens with the lens adapter
attached and install it in the LCD
projector so that the adapter rib ¿ ts into
the groove of the projector.
Caution:
ŷ Do not hold the lens by the lens
shade as this may lead to injury or
malfunction.
ŷ Take care to avoid hitting the surface of the lens on the LCD projector when
attaching the lens as this may lead to malfunction.
7. Assembling the main unit parts (1)
Insert the two catches on the front cover
into the LCD projector body to attach the
front cover.
8. Assembling the main unit parts (2)
Have the blind sheet supplied with the
lens ready and mount it on the lens
shade.
Mount the blind sheet with its matte side
facing out.
9. Assembling the main unit parts (3)
Screw on the front ring.
Caution:
ŷ Take care not to get the blind sheet
trapped when À tting the front ring
as this may lead to malfunction.
10. Lens attachment is completed.
Socket
Connector
Hexagon wrench
Front cover
Cap
Front ring
Terminal on projector
Terminal on lens
Lens shade
Groove
Rib
Lock lever
Lock lever
Front cover
Catch
Catches
Blind sheet
Lens shade
Front ring
Lens adapter
Socket
Connector
Lens shade
Lens replacement procedure
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Attaching the USL-801/SL-802/SL-803 Lens When Unpacking the LCD Projector
1. Lens attachment is completed.
Follow the procedures in step 1 through
step 6 for Attaching the SD-804/LL-805/
UL-806 Lens and install the lens in the
LCD projector.
3. Attaching the optional parts (2)
(SL-802/SL-803 only)
Rotate the attached blinder to the
underside of the lens and mount the
second blinder on the lens shade in the
same way.
Engage the two catches on these
blinders.
4. Assembling the main unit parts (1)
Insert the two catches on the front cover
into the LCD projector body to attach the
front cover.
5. Assembling the main unit parts (2)
Screw on the front ring.
Caution:
ŷ Take care not to get the blind sheet
trapped when À tting the front ring
as this may lead to malfunction.
6. Attaching the optional parts (3)
(SL-802/SL-803 only)
Have the two protectors supplied with the
lens ready and insert the ¿ rst protector
between the front ring and the lens.
7. Attaching the optional parts (4)
(SL-802/SL-803 only)
Rotate the attached protector to the
underside of the lens and insert the
second protector in the same way
between the front ring and the lens.
Engage the two catches on the protector.
8. Lens attachment is completed.
2. Attaching the optional parts (1)
(SL-802/SL-803 only)
Have the two blinders supplied with the
lens ready and mount the ¿ rst blinder on
the lens shade.
Front cover
Catch
Catches
Front ring
Catch Blinder
Protector
Front ring
Catch
Protector
Blinder
Lens shade
Caution:
ŷ When using the USL-801 lens, the
edges of the projected image may
appear dark or shadows may be visible.
If this happens, use the lens shift
function to adjust the position of the
projected image.
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7. Attaching the lens (1)
Follow the procedures in steps 5 and 6
for Attaching the SD-804/LL-805/UL-806
Lens and install the lens in the LCD
projector. Support the lens with the lens
adapter attached and install it in the LCD
projector.
Caution:
ŷ Do not hold the lens by the lens shade
when attaching the lens as this may
lead to injury or malfunction.
ŷ Take care to avoid hitting the surface
of the lens on the LCD projector
when attaching the lens as this may lead to malfunction.
8. Attaching the lens (2)
Support the lens installed in the LCD
projector and move the lock lever on the
projector as far as it will go to the right
(until the lock lever clicks into the locked
position).
Caution:
ŷ To prevent the lens from falling off,
after attaching the lens, check that
it is securely mounted and that the
lock lever does not move.
9. Attaching the optional parts (1)
(SL-802/SL-803 only)
Have the two blinders supplied with the
lens ready and mount the ¿ rst blinder on
the lens shade.
10. Attaching the optional parts (2)
(SL-802/SL-803 only)
Rotate the attached blinder to the
underside of the lens and mount the
second blinder on the lens shade in the
same way.
Engage the two catches on these
blinders.
11. Assembling the main unit parts (1)
Insert the two catches on the front cover
into the LCD projector body to attach the
front cover.
12. Assembling the main unit parts (2)
Screw on the front ring.
13. Attaching the optional parts (3)
(SL-802/SL-803 only)
Have the two protectors supplied with the
lens ready and insert the ¿ rst protector
between the front ring and the lens.
14. Attaching the optional parts (4)
(SL-802/SL-803 only)
Rotate the attached protector to the
underside of the lens and insert the
second protector in the same way
between the front ring and the lens.
Engage the two catches on the protector.
10. Lens attachment is completed.
Terminal on projector
Terminal on lens
Lens shade
Groove
Rib
Lock lever
Lock lever
Blinder
Lens shade
Blinder
Catch
Catch Front cover
Catches
Front ring
Protector
Catch
6. Removing the lens (3)
Unplug the connector on the lens from
the socket of the lens adapter.
Using the hexagon wrench supplied
with the LCD projector, loosen the four
hexagon screws on the lens and remove
the lens adapter.
Have the replacement USL-801/SL-802/
SL-803 lens ready. Follow the procedures
in steps 1 and 2 for Attaching the SD-804/
LL-805/UL-806 Lens and mount the lens
adapter on the replacement lens.
1. Disassembling the main unit parts (1)
Unscrew the front ring.
Caution:
ŷ Be sure to turn off the LCD projector
before changing the lens.
ŷ Return the lens shift to the center
position. Refer to the user manual
supplied with the LCD projector for
instructions on how to return the
lens shift to the center position.
Changing from an SD-804/LL-805/UL-806 Lens to a USL-801/SL-802/SL-803 Lens
2. Disassembling the main unit parts (2)
Remove the blind sheet.
3. Disassembling the main unit parts (3)
Remove the front cover.
4. Removing the lens (1)
Support the lens and move the lock lever
to the left while pressing the lock lever
release button on the LCD projector.
5. Removing the lens (2)
Support the lens and remove the lens from
the LCD projector. Place the detached
lens on a soft cloth or similar.
Caution:
ŷ Do not hold the lens by the lens shade
when removing the lens as this may
lead to injury or malfunction.
ŷ Take care to avoid hitting the surface
of the lens on the LCD projector
when removing the lens as this may
lead to malfunction.
Front ring
Front cover
Blind sheet
Lock lever
Release button
Blinder
Hexagon wrench
Socket
Connector Front ring
Lens shade
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8. Removing the lens (2)
Support the lens and remove the lens from
the LCD projector. Place the detached
lens on a soft cloth or similar.
Caution:
ŷ Do not hold the lens by the lens
shade when removing the lens as this
may lead to injury or malfunction.
ŷ Take care to avoid hitting the surface
of the lens on the LCD projector
when removing the lens as this may
lead to malfunction.
11. Attaching the lens (2)
Support the lens installed in the LCD
projector and move the lock lever on the
projector as far as it will go to the right
(until the lock lever clicks into the locked
position).
After attaching the lens, check that it is
securely mounted and that the lock lever
does not move.
Caution:
ŷ To prevent the lens from falling off, after attaching the lens, check that it is
securely mounted and that the lock lever does not move.
10. Attaching the lens (1)
Follow the procedures in steps 5 and 6 for
Attaching the SD-804/LL-805/UL-806 Lens
and install the lens in the LCD projector.
Support the lens with the lens adapter
attached and install it in the LCD projector.
Caution:
ŷ Do not hold the lens by the lens shade
when attaching the lens as this may
lead to injury or malfunction.
ŷ Take care to avoid hitting the surface of
the lens on the LCD projector when attaching the lens as this may lead to malfunction.
Changing from a USL-801/SL-802/SL-803 Lens to an SD-804/LL-805/UL-806 Lens
1. Removing the optional parts (1)
(SL-802/SL-803 only)
Rotate the protector 90° until the catch is
at the top.
Caution:
ŷ Be sure to turn off the LCD projector
before changing the lens.
ŷ Return the lens shift to the center
position. Refer to the user manual
supplied with the LCD projector for
instructions on how to return the
lens shift to the center position.
2. Removing the optional parts (2)
(SL-802/SL-803 only)
Using a ¿ ne-tipped object or the hexagon
wrench supplied with the LCD projector,
disengage the catch on the protector.
Disengage the catch on the opposite side
in the same way.
3. Removing the optional parts (3)
(SL-802/SL-803 only)
Remove the two protectors.
4. Disassembling the main unit parts
Unscrew the front ring.
Remove the front cover.
5. Removing the optional parts (4)
(SL-802/SL-803 only)
Rotate the blinder 90° until the catch is at
the top.
Disengage the catch on the opposite side
in the same way.
Disengage the catch on the opposite side
in the same way.
6. Removing the optional parts (5)
(SL-802/SL-803 only)
Remove the two blinders.
7. Removing the lens (1)
Support the lens and move the lock lever
to the left while pressing the lock lever
release button on the LCD projector.
9. Removing the lens (3)
Unplug the connector on the lens from
the socket on the lens adapter.
Using the hexagon wrench supplied
with the LCD projector, loosen the four
hexagon screws on the lens and remove
the lens adapter.
Have the replacement USL-801/SL-802/
SL-803 lens ready. Follow the procedures
in steps 1 and 2 for Attaching the SD-804/
LL-805/UL-806 Lens and mount the lens
adapter on the replacement lens.
12. Assembling the main unit parts (1)
Insert the two catches on the front cover
into the LCD projector body to attach the
front cover.
13. Assembling the main unit parts (2)
Have the blind sheet supplied with the
lens ready and mount it on the lens
shade.
Mount the blind sheet with its matte side
facing out.
14. Assembling the main unit parts (3)
Screw on the front ring. 10. Lens
attachment is completed.
Caution:
ŷ Take care not to get the blind sheet
trapped when À tting the front ring
as this may lead to malfunction.
Protector
Hexagon wrench
Catch part
Catch
Protector
Release button
Front cover Front ring
Catch
Catch
Lock lever
Terminal on projector Groove
Rib
Hexagon wrench
Connector
Socket
Lens shade
Terminal on lens
Lock lever
Lock lever
Front cover
Catch
Catch
Blind sheet
Front ring
Lens shade
Lens shade
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1. Check the surrounding focus
When an image is projected onto the
screen after the USL-801 lens has
been installed in the LCD projector, the
surrounding area may be out of focus in
relation to the center.
If this happens, adjust the À ange-back
(FB) of the lens. The surrounding focus
can be corrected by adjusting the À ange-
back.
Caution:
ŷ As the Á ange-back has already been
adjusted at the factory prior to shipping, do not adjust more than necessary.
2. Remove the lens
Place the detached lens on a soft cloth
or similar.
Caution:
ŷ Be sure to turn off the LCD projector
before changing the lens.
ŷ Return the lens shift to the center
position. Refer to the user manual
supplied with the LCD projector for
instructions on how to return the
lens shift to the center position.
Flange-back Adjustment (USL-801 only)
Fixing ring One setscrew
Three setscrews
Counterclockwise
Clockwise
FB adjustment pin
Center
Surrounding area
3. Remove the ¿ xing ring
Using the small hexagon pin supplied
with the lens, loosen the setscrew on the
¿ xing ring and unscrew the ¿ xing ring.
4. Loosen the setscrews
Using the small hexagon pin supplied
with the lens, loosen the three setscrews
for ¿ xing the lens body.
5. Loosen the temporary ¿ xing screw (1)
Using the large hexagon pin supplied
with the lens, loosen the temporary ¿ xing
screw on the underside.
Caution:
ŷ Do not loosen the temporary À xing
screw on the top until the lens is
installed in the LCD projector.
6. Install the lens
Follow the procedures in Attaching the
Lens and install the lens in the LCD
projector.
Position the LCD projector at the desired
projection distance or desired projection
size.
7. Insert the FB adjustment pin
Insert the supplied FB adjustment pin in
the FB adjustment window on the lens.
Insert the narrow end of the FB
adjustment pin.
10. Adjust the À ange-back
If the surrounding area in the near
screen is in focus while the center of the
image is in focus, follow the procedure
below to adjust the À ange-back.
(1) Use the LCD projector remote
control or control panel to adjust the
surrounding focus in the + (plus)
direction.
(2) Move the FB adjustment pin slowly
counterclockwise until the center
comes into focus.
(3) Check the surrounding focus.
(4) If the surrounding area is still not in
focus, repeat steps (1) through (3)
above.
If the surrounding area in the far screen
is in focus while the center of the image
is in focus, follow the procedure below to
adjust the À ange-back.
(1) Use the LCD projector remote
controller or operation panel to adjust
the surrounding focus in the - (minus)
direction.
(2) Move the FB adjustment pin slowly
clockwise until the center comes into
focus.
(3) Check the surrounding focus.
(4) If the surrounding area is still not in
focus, repeat steps (1) through (3)
above.
(The two blinders and two protectors are not supplied with the USL-801 lens.)
9. Prepare for À ange-back adjustment
Project the image for adjustment from the
LCD projector onto the screen. Move the
FB adjustment pin slowly clockwise or
counterclockwise and adjust the À ange-
back while checking the projected image,
until the center of the image comes into
focus.
Center
Surrounding area FB adjustment window
FB adjustment pin
FB adjustment window
8. Loosen the temporary ¿ xing screw (2)
Using the large hexagon pin, loosen the
temporary ¿ xing screw on the top.
Temporary ¿ xing
screw (top)
FB adjustment pin
Lens body
Temporary ¿ xing
screw (underside)
Temporary ¿ xing screw (top)
*Do not loosen.
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Temporary ¿ xing screw
(one on the top)
FB adjustment pin
Temporary ¿ xing
screw (underside)
Three setscrews
Fixing ring
Fixing ring One setscrew
11. Fix the À ange-back adjustment (1)
To ¿ x the focus after À ange-back
adjustment, use the large hexagon pin to
tighten the temporary ¿ xing screw on the
top.
12. Fix the À ange-back adjustment (2)
Remove the lens, which is ¿ xed
temporarily with the screw on the top,
and place it on a soft cloth or similar.
Tighten the temporary ¿ xing screw on the
underside in the same way.
13. Fix the À ange-back adjustment (3)
Using the small hexagon pin, tighten the
three setscrews on the lens body.
14. Fix the À ange-back adjustment (4)
Mount the ¿ xing ring on the lens and
screw on. Mount the ¿ xing ring with the
threaded side facing down.
15. Fix the À ange-back adjustment (5)
Tighten the setscrew on the ¿ xing ring.
16. Install the lens
Follow the procedure in Attaching the
Lens to complete installation of the lens
in the LCD projector.
(The two blinders and two protectors are
not supplied with the USL-801 lens.)
Lens body
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6-9 Other care
WARNING
Before caring, make sure the power switch is off and the power cable is not plugged in, and then allow the
projector to cool suffi ciently. The care in a high temperature state of the projector could cause a burn and/
or malfunction to the projector.
Avoid wetting the projector or inserting liquids in the projector. It could result in a fi re, an electric shock, and
and/or malfunction to the projector.
• Don’t put a container containing water , cleaner or chemicals near the projector.
• Don’t use aerosols or sprays.
CAUTION
Please take right care of the projector according to the following. Incorrect care could cause not only an
injury but adverse influence such as discoloration, peeling paint, etc.
• Do not use cleaner or chemicals other than those listed below.
• Do not polish or wipe with hard objects.
Inside of the projector
In order to ensure the safe use of the projector, it needs to clean and inspect the projector about once a year.
Caring for the lens
If the lens is flawed, soiled or fogged, it could cause deterioration of display quality. Please take care of the
lens, being cautions of the handling.
1. Turn the projector off, and unplug the power cord. Allow the projector to cool sufficiently.
2. After making sure that the projector is cool adequately, lightly wipe the lens with a commercially available
lens-cleaning wipe. Do not touch the lens directly with your hand.
Caring for the cabinet and remote control
Incorrect care could have adverse influence such as discoloration, peeling paint, etc.
1. Turn the projector off, and unplug the power cord. Allow the projector to cool sufficiently.
2. After making sure that the projector is cool adequately, lightly wipe with gauze or a soft cloth.
If soiling is severe, dip soft cloth in water or a neutral cleaner dilute in water, and wipe lightly after wringing
well. Then, wipe lightly with a soft, dry cloth.
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CP-X10000 ( P6X ) / CP-SX12000 ( P6SX )
6-10 Notice of AUTO adjustment
Use of AUTO adjustment with the image through RGB input optimizes V_POSI, H_POSI, and H_PHASE
automatically.
In case that projected image has dark tone around its peripheral, AUTO operation sometimes makes arti-
facts in the image, shifts capture area and so on. Those failures are caused by period of image data is not
exactly distinguished to period of blanking on signal processing.
To avoid such phenomena, AUTO function should be used with the full size picture that has bright tone
on its peripheral.
Note
1) The phenomenon at the failure of AUTO adjustment depends on resolution of input source, scene
of picture etc.
2) There is no failure above in AUTO with video source through VIDEO, S-VIDEO or COMPONENT input.
The reason is why recognition of input signal’s standard does not need to search the capture range
from input signal itself.
Image when AUTO fails.
Noting image of top or bottom lines.
Shift of the image to East or West.
Artifacts on image. Etc.
Image when AUTO operates correctly
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CP-X10000 ( P6X ) / CP-SX12000 ( P6SX )
This projector is equipped with security functions.
(1)MyScreen PASSWORD
The MyScreen PASSWORD function can be used to prohibit access to the MyScreen function and
prevent the currently registered MyScreen image from being overwritten.
(2)PIN LOCK
PIN LOCK is a function which prevents the projector from being used unless a registered Code is in-
put.
(3)Transition detector
Transition detector is a function which prevents the projector from being used if vertical angle of the
projector and mirror setting is not same with recorded.
(4)MY TEXT
This item allows you to display your own message (MY TEXT) on the START UP screen and INPUT-
INFORMATION. It can be protected by a password to prevent it from being overwritten.
It is possible to inactivate all security functions temporarily with following procedures.
(1) Go to “SECURITY” Menu and press the Ź button.
Then, ENTER PASSWORD box will be displayed.
(The BOX will be displayed by pressing the [MENU] button (remote) or [Ÿ/ź/Ż/Ź] button (keypad)
when Transition Detector Alarm is displayed.)
(2) Press the [Magnify off] button once, then press [Magnify off] button of remote for 3 second or more to
display SERVICE PASSWORD box.
(3)
Enter the Life Key (MENU, ź, KEYSTONE, Ÿ). Then all security functions will be inactivated temporarily.
Note: • The Life key can be used up to 30 times. The key cannot be used thereafter. If the Life key cannot
be used, see the paragraph of SECURITY in the User’s Manual.
The frequency in which Life key is input will be set to 0 after the registered code is input.
The SECURITY Menu can not be operated if the SECURITY PASSWORD was released by Life
key.
• The Mirror, Keystone and Auto keystone are not memorized though they are possible to operate
if Transition Detector was released by Life key.
• The MyScreen Lock on SCREEN Menu keeps “TURN ON” if MyScreen PASSWORD was set
when SECURITY PASSWORD was released by Life key.
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6-11 How to inactivate the security functions
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CP-X10000 ( P6X ) / CP-SX12000 ( P6SX )
6-12 PIN LOCK System
If the following PIN BOX menu appears after power on the projector, the PIN LOCK system has been
activated. Under such a condition, key operations and signal displaying are inhibited. To open the PIN LOCK
system, we need to input the correct 4 digits PIN CODE. If correct PIN CODE is not input in 5 min., the lamp
will be automatically turned off.
PIN BOX
Returning repaired unit
Use the Master PIN code. See the paragraph of Releasing the PIN LOCK system inactivation.
Swap unit/Returned unit
Release all security systems. See the paragraph of the PIN LOCK system inactivation.
Releasing the PIN LOCK System
When the PIN BOX menu is displayed, sequentially enter the codes with remote controller as follows. In
accordance with remote controller button entry, “” mark appears in the PIN BOX menu.
Master PIN codes
1st entry code: Press the “MENU” button.
2nd entry code: Press the “ ” button.
3rd entry code: Press the “KEYSTONE” button.
4th entry code: Press the “ ” button.
Note: The Master PIN codes can be used up to 30 times. The codes cannot be used thereafter. If the Master
PIN codes cannot be used, see the paragraph of the PIN LOCK system inactivation.
The PIN LOCK System inactivation
1. When the PIN BOX menu is displayed, press RESET for 3 seconds or more in order to get the ID Inquir-
ing Code.
Inquiring code
PIN BOX (ID Inquiring Code)
2. Send HITACHI sales company the Inquiring code (10 digits) to inquire the correct PIN code.
3. With the PIN BOX menu displayed, input the correct PIN code. Enter the correct PIN CODE that HITACHI
sales company informed.
4. Open menu and select “TURN OFF” from the PIN LOCK items in the SECURITY menu. Then the PIN
BOX menu appears.
Password is required to display the Security Menu.
See the SECURITY menu: User’s Manual - Operating Guide.
5. Input the correct PIN code in the PIN BOX menu.
6. And then, PIN LOCK will be set to “TURN OFF”.
7.Inactivate the MyScreen PASSWORD and Transition Detector too.
And reset the Security Password to the [9630].
See the SECURITY menu: User’s Manual - Operating Guide.
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6-13 Related Messages
When the unit's power is on, messages such as those shown below may be
displayed. When any such message is displayed on the screen, please follow the
instructions described below.
Although these messages will automatically disappear after several minutes, they
will be displayed again when the power is turned on.
Message Description
There is no input signal.
Please confirm the signal input connection, and the status of the signal source.
The horizontal or vertical frequency of the input signal is not
within the specified range.
Please confirm the specs for your projector or the signal source specs.
An improper signal is input.
Please confirm the specs for your projector or the signal source specs.
The internal temperature is rising too much.
Turn the projector off soon, and allow it to cool down for 20
minutes or more. After cooling, perform the following check.
- Are there any obstacles to ventilation around the projector?
- Does the temperature around the projector exceed the limit
specified?
When this message is displayed without the obstacles mentioned
above, replacement of the filter unit is required. Replace the filter
unit soon according to the procedure directed in the paragraph
"Filter unit" in the chapter "Maintenance". Remember
resetting the FILTER TIME is needed soon after replacement of
the filter unit.
Replacement of the filter unit is required.
The value of the timer of the FILTER TIME reached the preset
value of the FILTER MESSAGE on the SERVICE menu under the
OPTION menu. Replace the filter unit soon according to
the procedure directed in the paragraph "Filter unit" in the chapter
"Maintenance" . Remember resetting the FILTER TIME is
needed soon after replacement of the filter unit.
The button operation is not available with following
condition.
- While the lens is moving, button operation from the control panel
or the remote control might be ignored. Wait for the LENS SHIFT
indicator stopping blinking.
- Pressing the one of buttons to call a signal input might be ignored,
when all the input ports belonging to the category the button's
name shows are set to the "SKIP" by the item SOURCE SKIP of
the OPTION menu.
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Regarding the indicator lamps
Lighting and blinking of the POWER indicator, the TEMP indicator, the LAMP
indicator, the SECURITY indicator and the SHUTTER indicator have the meanings
as described in the table below. Please follow the instructions within the table.
(Continued on next page)
POWER TEMP LAMP
SECURITY
SHUTTER
Description
Lighting
In
Orange
Turned
off
Turned
off
Turned
off
Turned
off
The projector is in a standby state.
Please refer to the section “Turning on/off”.
Blinking
In
Green
Turned
off
Turned
off
Turned
off
Turned
off
The projector is warming up.
Please wait.
Lighting
In
Green
Turned
off
Turned
off
Turned
off
Turned
off
The projector is in an on state.
Ordinary operations may be performed.
Blinking
In
Orange
Turned
off
Turned
off
Turned
off
Turned
off
The projector is cooling down.
Please wait.
Turned
off
Turned
off
Turned
off
Blinking
In Red
Turned
off
The PIN Lock or (and)
TRANSITION DETECTOR is (are) on.
Please refer to the description.
Turned
off
Turned
off
Turned
off
Turned
off
Blinking
In
Yellow
The SHUTTER is closed.
Please refer to the description .
Blinking
In Red
(discre-
tionary)
(discre-
tionary)
Turned
off
Turned
off
The projector is cooling down. A certain error has
been detected.
Please wait until the POWER indicator finishes blinking,
and then perform the proper measure using the item
descriptions below.
Blinking
In Red
or
Lighting
In Red
Turned
off
Lighting
In Red
Turned
off
Turned
off
The lamp does not light, and there is a possibility
that interior portion has become heated.
Please turn the power off, and allow the projector to
cool down at least 20 minutes. After the projector has
sufficiently cooled down, please make confirmation of
the following items, and then turn the power on again.
• Is there blockage of the air passage aperture?
• Is the air filter dirty?
Does the peripheral temperature exceed 35°C?
If the same indication is displayed after the remedy, please
change the lamp referring to the section “Lamp unit”.
Blinking
In Red
or
Lighting
In Red
Turned
off
Blinking
In Red
Turned
off
Turned
off
The lamp cover has not been properly fixed.
Please turn the power off, and allow the projector to
cool down at least 45 minutes. After the projector has
sufficiently cooled down, please make confirmation of
the attachment state of the lamp cover. After performing
any needed maintenance, turn the power on again.
SHUTTERPOWER TEMP LAMP SECURITY
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• When the interior portion has become overheated, for safety
purposes, the power source is automatically turned off, and the indicator lamps
may also be turned off. In such a case, press the “O” (off) side of the power
switch, and wait at least 45 minutes. After the projector has sufficiently cooled
down, please make confirmation of the attachment state of the lamp and lamp
cover, and then turn the power on again.
NOTE
POWER TEMP LAMP
SECURITY
SHUTTER
Description
Blinking
In Red
or
Lighting
In Red
Blinking
In Red
Turned
off
Turned
off
Turned
off
The cooling fan is not operating.
Please turn the power off, and allow the projector to
cool down at least 20 minutes. After the projector has
sufficiently cooled down, please make confirmation that
no foreign matter has become caught in the fan, etc.,
and then turn the power on again.
Blinking
In Red
or
Lighting
In Red
Lighting
In Red
Turned
off
Turned
off
Turned
off
The internal temperature is rising too much.
Turn the projector off soon, and allow it to cool
down for 20 minutes or more. After cooling, perform the
following check.
- Are there any obstacles to ventilation around the
projector?
- Does the temperature around the projector exceed the
limit specified?
When this message is displayed without the obstacles
mentioned above, replacement of the filter unit is
required. Replace the filter unit soon according to the
procedure directed in the paragraph "Filter unit" in the
chapter "Maintenance" . Remember resetting the
FILTER TIME is needed soon after replacement of the
filter unit.
Lighting
In
Green
Simultaneous
blinking in Red
Turned
off
Turned
off
Replacement of the filter unit is required.
The value of the timer of the FILTER TIME reached the
preset value of the FILTER MESSAGE on the SERVICE
menu under the OPTION menu. Replace the
filter unit soon according to the procedure directed in the
paragraph "Filter unit" in the chapter "Maintenance".
Remember resetting the FILTER TIME is needed soon
after replacement of the filter unit.
Lighting
In
Green
Alternative
blinking in Red
Turned
off
Turned
off
There is a possibility that the interior portion has
become overcooled.
Please use the unit within the usage temperature
parameters (5°C to 35°C). After the treatment, reset the
power to on.
Blinking
in
Green
for
approx.
3
seconds
Turned
off
Turned
off
Turned
off
Turned
off
At least 1 “Power ON” schedule is saved to the
projector.
(Please refer to the User’s Manual - Network Guide:
Schedule Settings for more information.)
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6-14 HIDDEN SERVICE MENU
By the control panel * By the remote control transmitter
1. Display the Advanced menu by the
“MENU” button.(If EASY MENU
appears, choose “Go to Advanced
menu” to display ADVANCED MENU.)
2. Select the “OPTION” on the menu.
3. Continue press the button [ ] rst,
then press the button [ ] together
with “VIDEO”, and hold for 3 seconds.
1. Display the menu by the “MENU”
button. (If EASY MENU appears,
choose “Go to Advanced menu” to
display ADVANCED MENU.)
2. Select the “OPTION” on the menu.
3. Press the “MAGNIFY OFF” button.
Next hold the “MAGNIFY OFF”
button for 3 seconds.
How to display the OSD for “HIDDEN SERVICE MENU” set up.
6-15 RUN TIME window
Set operating time display method (accumulated lamp time display method)
1. Select OPTION” from the Advanced menu, then place the cursor on the “LAMP TIME”.
2. Press the [ ], [ENTER] or [RESET] button.
3. Press the [Reset] button once, then press [KEYSTONE] button of the remote control for 3 seconds or more to display
the screen shown below. (The menu will close after 10 seconds if there are no further operations.)
4. Use [ ] or [ ] to select the usage status number. (The usage status is as shown below.)
Usage status number
0 ..... Total usage status
1 ..... Current usage status
2 ..... Usage status before first reset
3 ..... Usage status before second reset
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9 ..... Usage status before eighth reset
HIDDEN SERVICE
AIR-SENSOR EXECUTE
LAMP ALARM NONE
STARTUP TYPE 1
PANEL TIME 0h
DIGITAL CONVERGENCE
BNC TERMINATION TTL
DIGITAL CONTROL
LONG KEY NORMAL
SOURCE SKIP DIRECT ENABLE
LAST MEMORY ENABLE
FLOW CONTROL TIMEOUT 30S
NETWORK RESET EXECUTE
SOFT RESET EXECUTE
AIR - SENSOR
Execute this item to adjust the air sensor.
LAMP ALARM
Select the lamp alarm level. 3 Level ļ 1 Level ļ None
“3 Level” shows three kinds of lamp-messages accord-
ing to the LAMP TIME count.
“1 Level” shows one kind of lamp-message according to
the LAMP TIME count.
“None” shows no lamp-messages. It is the factory
default setting.
STARTUP TYPE
Select the startup screen type.
1 : shows Hitachi Logo 2 : No Hitachi Logo
DIGITAL CONVERGENCE
Adjust horizontal/vertical convergence for R and B color.
BNC TERMINATION
Select the RGB2 (BNC) Terminator. 75 ohm ļ TTL
DIGITAL CONTROL
1:Suitable for computer signals 2:Suitable for DVD signals
PANEL TIME
Use time of LCD panel. Reset the PANEL TIME when-
ever you changed the LCD/LENS prism assembly.
LONG KEY
Projector react only to the key pressing the remote
button for 3 seconds. NORMAL ļ LONG.
When LONG KEY mode is “LONG”, MY BUTTON1
behave as “LONG KEY DISABLE” and MY BUTTON2
behave as “LONG KEY ENABLE”.
SOURCE SKIP DIRECT
ENABLE:React direct key input to which skip is set in
OPTION menu.
DISABLE:Ignore direct key input to which skip is set in
OPTION menu.
LAST MEMORY
ENABLE:Store user settings to EEPROM.
DISABLE:Not store user settings to EEPROM.
FLOW CONTROL TIMEOUT
Switch the TIMEOUT setting when using the daisy chain.
NETWORK RESET
If this is executed, all of the network setting are initialized.
SOFT RESET
If this is executed, all of the user data is initialized.Never
use it when not required.
* when the Advanced/Easy menu is displayed in Arabian or Persian,
the hidden service menu is not available. Change to another language
before this operation.
ĸ Lamp time
ĸ Lamp time ( Normal )
ĸ Lamp time ( ECO )
ĸ AC energizing time
ĸ Number of times on
ĸ Number of times off
ĸ Usage status number(See below)
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6-16 Reset of the Network Web password / User ID, Network Control password
ATTENTION : Performing this operation initializes the network settings. If the projector has
the customized settings in the network, make a note of the network settings to restore
them before this operation.
1. Display the SETUP in the NETWORK menu.
2. Select “TURN OFF” in the item of
DHCP.
3. Enter “255.255.255.255” in the item of
IP ADDRESS.
4. Enter “255.255.255.255” in the item of
SUBNET MASK.
5. Enter “255.255.255.255” in the item of
DEFAULT GATEWAY.
6. While NETWORK menu is displayed, press the RESET button of the remote control.
7. Press Ÿ button to execute reset.
The operation described above resets not only Web password but also NETWORK settings.
NOTE:
When you execute this reset operation with any other settings than above (described in the
step 2 to 5), the WEB password, SNTP server address, DATE AND TIME and other sched-
ule settings are not initialized, but the network settings (DHCP, IP ADDRESS, SUBNET
MASK and DEFAULT GATEWAY) are initialized.
8. If the network settings had been customized, restore them by manual operation.
Press RESET button
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7. Wiring diagram
Wiring diagram 1
(1) Attach #218A.
(2) Connect CNLAP, CNPFC and CNBAR to power unit (ballast).
(3) Connect CNTS and CNPW to power unit (circuit).
(4) Wiring of CNBAR, CNTS, CNPW, CNPFC and CNLAP.
Lock CNLAP completely.
Area of Importance
CNPW
Lock CNPFC completely.
Clamp CNPFC by M-clamp. Shift UL tube near ballast side so that
M-clamp cannot pinch it.
Put excessive length of cables near power unit (ballast) to prevent
UL tube from interfering M clamp.
Assemble with care on since heatsink has sharp edges.
CNPFC
CNBAR CNTS CNPW
Pass CNBAR, CNTS and CNPW
through hole of metallic box.
CNLAP
Pass CNLAP through hole of
metallic box and insulation
sheet slit.
CNPFC
Lock CNPFC completely.
Area of Importance
Connect its end without #218A to
power unit (ballast)
Make sure to confirm the print of
CNTS. Area of Importance
Confirm that the print indicates
”UP62 UCHIYA 90C”.
Connect CONPW (cable tie
side) to power unit (circuit).
Area of Importance
#218A
CNPFC
15mm 20mm
Attach #218A in the position shown in the picture with
its sponge side facing connector housing, and cover
housing in order to protect housing from electrolyte
that comes out of electrolytic capacitor when its vent
opens.
CNTS
CNLAP
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The operations with this symbol have implications with laws/standards.
It is possible to be in violation of these laws/standards in the case
that these operations are not carried out according to the instructions.
Assemble according to the operation instructions.
Area of Importance
Area of Importance
Area of Importance
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Wiring diagram 2
LED board Remote board(rear)
BATTERY board
Remote board(front)
KEYPAD board
Lock CNLED
completely.
CNKEY Lock CNKEY completely.
CNRCF
Attach CNGD3 touching
to convex part.
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(1) Connect CNLED and CNGD3 to LED board.
(2) Connect CNRCF to Remote board (front).
(3) Connect CNRCR to Remote board (rear).
(4) Connect CNKEY to KEYPAD board.
(5) Connect CNBAT to BATTERY board.
CNBAT
CNLED CNGD3
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Wiring diagram 3
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(1) Connect CNINPA to INPUT-A board. (2) Connect CNINPB to INPUT-B board. (3) Connect CNINPC to INPUT-C board.
(4) Wiring of CNINPB and CNINPC.
CNINPA
Lock CNINPA completely.
Attach INPUT-A board to TERMINAL
COVER before you connect CNINPA. CNINPB
Lock CNINPB completely.
Attach INPUT-B board to TERMINAL
COVER after you connect CNINPB. CNINPC
Lock CNINPC completely.
Attach INPUT-C board to TERMINAL
COVER after you connect CNINPC.
CNINPC
Clamp CNINPC by left-hand purse lock.
Clamp CNINPB by right-hand purse lock.
Pass CNINPB and CNINPC through lower side TERMINATION COVER ’s hook.
CNINPB
CNINPC
CNINPB
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Wiring diagram 4
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(1) Connect CNGD1 to back terminal.
(2) Wiring of CNGD1 and lamp fan cable.
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convex part. Pass lamp fan cable through rib.
Prevent the cable from protruding to the openning area.
Wire CNGD1 passing through
three ribs.
CNGD1
lamp
fan
cable
CNGD1
Opening
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Wiring diagram 5
(1) Wiring of E1 (air sensor) and lamp fan2 cable.
Wiring of bottom case.
E1 E1
bottom case boss
Wire E1 (air sensor) and lamp fan2 cable
passing on projection lens side of bottom
case boss as shown in diagram.
Wire E1 (air sensor) cable
passing through a hook.
Wire lamp fan2 cable
passing through two hooks.
Lamp
fan2
Lamp
fan2
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Wiring diagram 6
(1) Wiring of lamp fan cable and air sensor cable.
(2) Wiring of CNPW, CNTS, CNBAR, CNRCF, shutter cable, Hshift mechanism motor cable and Hshift mechanism sensor cable.
(3) Wiring of lamp fan cable, air sensor cable and CNTS.
(4) Wiring of two power fan cables.
Clamp these cables by this
purse lock.
▪ CNPW
▪ CNRCF
▪ CNBAR
▪ CNTS
▪ shutter cable
Hshift mechanism motor cable
Hshift mechanism sensor cable
CNTS
Clamp these cables by this
purse lock.
Power fan cables (x2)
Clamp lamp fan cable and air sensor cable by
two purse lock at the side of power unit box.
Pass CNTS through insulation sheet slit.
Clamp these cables by
this purse lock.
Lamp fan cable
Air sensor cable
▪ CNTS
Purse lock
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Wiring diagram 7
Wiring of the Rear Terminal and Attaching Lamp house
(1) Wiring of PBS fan cable and R/G fan cable
(2) Attach CNTS
(3) Wiring of CNTS
(4) Wiring of CNLAP Clamp PBS fan cable and R/G fan
cable by CNINPB side purse lock.
Push CNTS into the space between
power unit box and lamp house.
Otherwise, it will be pinched by
exhaust fan metal.
Attach CNTS so that its cables side
can face lamp house upper part.
Push excessive length of CNLAP
into power unit box.
Lamp house
Power unit box
CNTS
CNLA
R/G
fan
PBS
fan
CNTS
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Wiring diagram 8
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Connect power fan cable(x2), lamp fan2 cable and air sensor cable.
Connect shutter cable, shift mechanism motor cable, shift mechanism sensor cable, CNBAR, CNPW and CNRCF.
Connect and wire CNGD2.
Never put each cables on the power unit box sponge.
Style each cables near main board side.
CNRCF
shift
motor powe
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fan
shift
sensor
CNGD2
CNBAR Shutte
r
cable
CNPW
power
fan
lamp
fan2 air
sensor
MAIN board
Attach CNGD2 touching
to convex part.
Clamp CNGD2
by purse lock.
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Wiring diagram 9
Insert panel flexible cables completely.
Attach CNGD3 touching
to convex part.
PBS
fan
lens
cable
Insert CNLED
until locking.
Vshift
motor
Vshift
sensor
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Connect lens cable. (1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
Connect B panel fan, Vshift mechanism motor cable, Vshift mechanism sensor cable, CNLED and CNBAT.
Connect out sensor, PBS fan and R/G panel fan.
Connect CNGD3, and wire CNBAT.
Connect panel flexible cables.
Clamp these cables by this purse lock.
Never clamp CNGD3
▪ CNBAT
▪ CNLED
▪ Vshift-Mecha.motor
▪ Vshift-Mecha.sensor
▪ B-Panel Fan
LED board metal
Push CNBAT into
the space between
LED board metal
and projection.
Clamp lens cable by purselock.
CNLED
CNBAT
B
fan
R/G
fan
out
sensor
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Wiring diagram 10
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Connect exhaust fan cable, iris cable and lamp fan cable.
Connect CNINPA(30pins), CNINPB, CNINPC, CNKEY and CNRCR.
Iris
Insert CNKEY, CNINPA(10pins), CNINPA(30pins), CNINPB and
CNINPC until locking.
Ex
fan
Draw out iris cable and lamp fan cable from slit
of main board when you attach main board.
lamp
fan
CNRCR
CNINC
CNINA CNINB
CNKEY
Connect and wire CNINPA(10pins).
Wire CNINPA(10pins) so that CNKEY and CNRCR
can pass between CNINPA(10pins) and
CNINPA(30pins), and CNINPA(10pins)
can keep some distance from CNINPA(30pins).
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Wiring diagram 11
Wire lamp fan lead and iris lead so they don't protrude to opening.
This picture is an eample of wrong wiring because leads protrudes to opening.
CAUTION
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DISASSEMBLY DRAWING
FOR NOTICES, REFER TO
’INTHE
’ SECTION OF
THIS MANUAL
DISASSEMBLY
SERVICING
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30 [See Notice 6]
16
25
[See Notice 9]
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[See Notice 14]
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2
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1
28 [See Notice 8]
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28
[See Notice 8]
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[See Notice 10]
[See Notice 3]
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[See Notice 3]
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Rot1
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Rot2
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LCD PRISM A em l
To ie
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[See Notice 6]
OPT Unit LAMP Unit E a t F an
or LAMP Unit E a t F an or POWER Unit
[See Notice 5]
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Bot1
Dic roic O tic Unit A em l
To ie
Panel D ct POWER Unit Bottom Ca e
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[See Notice 3]
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[See Notice 3]
M: METRIC SCREW
T: TAPPING SCREW
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13 8
6 [See Notice 1]
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[See Notice 13]
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[See Notice 7]
Enlargement
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43 [See Notice 2]
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[See Notice 13]
46 [See Notice 4]
44 [See Notice 4]
45 [See Notice 4]
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MAIN Board
(Enlargement)
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HDMI DVI-D
CONTROL IN CONTROL OUT REMOTE
CONTROL
IN
OUT
S-VIDEO
COMPUTER IN2COMPUTER IN1
LAN
MONITOR
OUT
Rear Terminal
(Enlargement)
[See Notice 7]
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DISASSEMBLY DRAWING
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Notice
Set the lens shift position to center(see page12). Then, turn the projector off, and unplug
the power cord. Allow the projector cool suffciently.
1. Detach and attach upper case.
Follow the procedure below to detach and attach upper case.
When disassembling
a. Remove front ring and front cover.
Turn the front ring, and remove. Then ,lift the front cover, and remove.
Upper case
Front Back
Left Right
2 Screws
2 Screws 4 Screws
2 Screws
4 Screws
b. Remove 2 screws on upper case, 2
screws on front, 4screws on back,
4screws on left side and 2 screws on
right side to detach upper case.
CAUTION
Only Serviceman is allowed to do these works.
Put projector on stable and horizontal ground when you do there works.
Note When you assemble/disassemble the projector, put the projector on the rubber plate (P/N:
MQ03421) to prevent the projector casing from being distorted.
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When assembling
a. Tighten 2 screws on upper case, 2 screws on front, 4screws on back, 4screws on left
side and 2 screws on right side to detach upper case.
(Refer disassembling procedure.)
b. Attach front cover and front ring.
Attach front cover to projector. Then, attach front ring with turning right.
2. Attaching and Detaching the MAIN board.
Remove these screws to detach the MAIN board.
CAUTION
Detach the lamp door before you
detach the MAIN board.
1 Screw
CAUTION
When you disconnect cables from
connector E310, E331, E902, ES01,
ES02 and ES11, unlock the hook so
that you may not damage it.
1 Screw 1 Screw Never remove there 3 screws when you detach the MAIN board.
1 Screw
1 Screw
1 Screw 5 Screws
E331
E902
ES01
ES02
ES11
E303
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3. Assembling and Disassembling the power unit block.
a. Assembling and Disassembling the ballast.
ATTENTION
Note the Heatsinks have the Sharp edge, at the time you connect/disconnect CNPFC.
Assembly Disassembly
Confirm that ballast is locked by
locking spacer completely. CNPFC
Release purse lock before you disconnect CNPFC.
A
B
C
Never loosens A, B or C.
Assemble in following procedure if
you have loosened screws A, B or C.
(1) Tighten screw A firmly.
(2) Tighten screws B and C lightly.
(3) Attach ballast board with 3 screws firmly.
(4) Tighten screws B and C firmly.
Make sure that three pairs
of screws (six screws) are
tightened firmly.
Make sure that black
sheet is not pinched
after you tighten screws.
WARNING
These operations are very important on
product safety. Follow the instructions
in assembling/disassembling.
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b. Assembling and Disassembling the power unit fan.
c. Assembling and Disassembling the power unit block.
Assembly Disassembly
Assembly Disassembly
Tighten this screw first.
Tighten this screw second.
Attach [A] over [B] in this point.
[ A ][ B ]
Wind
Wind
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4. Assembling and Disassembling the rear cover.
a. Assembling and Disassembling the input board unit.
b. Attach input board unit to rear cover. / Detach input board unit from rear cover.
PWB assembly REMOTE B
PWB assembly INPUT A
PWB assembly INPUT B
PWB assembly INPUT C
Slit
Slit
Insert each Input boards
to the slit at both edge.
• Detach I/O metal after
you removed all screws
on tgerminal.
• Combine each Input
boards to adapters of I/O
metal. (8 circled points)
• Combine cover and I/O
metal by hooks. (4 arrow
points)
• Attach I/O metal after you attached
all input boards to terminal cover.
• Bundle all input board cables, and
roll cables with cushion.
• Attach CNGD touching to convex
part.
• When you tighten a screw, use
screwdriver straightly so the
metallic plate with screw hole
directed by the arrow will not
change.
• Attach GND line after you attached
terminal unit to rear cover.
Otherwise, bracket will be damaged.
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CAUTION
Clamp IRIS cable in rear cover after fou installed
optics engine.
Never pinch IRIS cable by rear cover.
c. Attach input board fan to rear cover. Detach input board fan from rear cover.
Terminal unit Use 3x16 screws
2 screws rear cover
Pass through 3 ribs.
5. Attaching and Detaching optics unit.
2 screws
4 screws
Wire leads so they
aren't put on this lib.
OK NG
A
Recommended assembling order
[Disassembling] 1st: Optics unit 2nd: Rear cover
[Assembling] 1st: Rear cover 2nd: Optics unit
Pay attention not to damage fan A when you
assemble in different order.
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6. Assembling and Disassembling the exhaust FAN.
7. Attaching and Detaching LED board and Out sensor.
• Attach 4 cushons to LED board.
Cushions
• Attach LED board to bracket.
• Attach LED board to Filter unit with screw.
• Attach Out Sensor to Filter
unit with PLASTIC RIVET.
PLASTIC
RIVET
Out Sensor
Printed surface
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8. Assembling and Disassembling the Duct.
a. Assembling and Disassembling the bottom case.
b. Assembling and Disassembling the Upper case.
c. Attaching and Detaching the two cases.
Use 3x16 (long) screws.
• Pass fan cable between
duct wall and fan, and
draw out cable from slit.
• Insert head of air sensor vertically,
and touch head to wall. Then, Attach
air sensor by sensor lock.
• Attach upper case to bottom case combining
10 hools. Never pinch cables.
• Hang cable on two hooks.
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CAUTION
Take care for exhaust direction and
combination between fan and bracket.
9. Assembling and Disassembling the PBS fan.
10. Attaching the lamp fan.
11. Dettaching the lamp house.
Use 3x16 (long) screws.
• Remove exhaust fan before you
detach lamp house.
• How to detach lamp house.
[1] Lift lamp house somewhat.
[2] Detach lamp house as sliding in
the direction of the arrow.
disassembly assembly
Lamp house
[1]
[2]
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12. Dettaching the Shift cover.
13. Assembling the Control unit.
CAUTION
• Combine KEYPAD board and Control unit case by 5
hooks completely.
• Tighten 2 screws after you attached KEYPAD board to
Control unit case. ( Torque : 0.588 ~ 0.784N.m )
Shift cover
Remove this cushion before
you detach the shift cover.
2 screws
KEYPAD board
5 hooks
14. Attaching the thermistor to lamp house.
CAUTION
Attach thermistor in right direction.
Turn cable side to upper
Lamp house
Thermistor
NG OK
When attach/detach shift
cover, never make it touch
motor terminal.
Thermistor
Stopper
Insert Stopper with a click.
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9. Replacement Parts list
THE UPDATED PARTS LIST
FOR THIS MODEL IS
AVAILABLE ON ESTA
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10. RS-232C communication
6789
12345
6789
12345
CONTROL port RS-232C cable (Cross) RS-232C port
of the projector of the computer
- (1) (1) CD
RD (2) (2) RD
TD (3) (3) TD
- (4) (4) DTR
GND (5) (5) GND
- (6) (6) DSR
RTS (7) (7) RTS
CTS (8) (8) DTS
- (9) (9) RI
Connecting the cable
1. Turn off the projector and the computer.
2. Connect the CONTROL port of the projector with a RS-232C port of
the computer by a RS-232C cable (cross). Use the cable that fulfills the
specification shown in the previous page.
3. Turn the computer on, and after the computer has started up turn the
projector on.
Communications setting
19200bps, 8N1
1. Protocol
Consist of header (7 bytes) + command data (6 bytes).
2. Header
BE + EF + 03 + 06 + 00 + CRC_low + CRC_high
CRC_low : Lower byte of CRC flag for command data
CRC_high : Upper byte of CRC flag for command data
3. Command data
Command data chart
byte_0 byte_1 byte_2 byte_3 byte_4 byte_5
Action Type Setting code
low high low high low high
Action (byte_0 - 1)
Action Classification Content
1 SET Change setting to desired value.
2 GET Read projector internal setup value.
4 INCREMENT Increment setup value by 1.
5 DECREMENT Decrement setup value by 1.
6 EXECUTE Run a command.
Requesting projector status (Get command)
(1) Send the request code Header + Command data (‘02H’+‘00H’+ type (2
bytes)+‘00H’ +‘00H’) from the computer to the projector.
(2) The projector returns the response code ‘1DH’+ data (2 bytes) to the computer.
Changing the projector settings (Set command)
(1) Send the setting code Header + Command data (‘01H’+‘00H’+ type (2 bytes) +
setting code (2 bytes)) from the computer to the projector.
(2) The projector changes the setting based on the above setting code.
(3) The projector returns the response code ‘06H’ to the computer.
Using the projector default settings (Reset Command)
(1) The computer sends the default setting code Header + Command data
(‘06H’+‘00H’ + type (2 bytes) +‘00H’+‘00H’) to the projector.
(2) The projector changes the specified setting to the default value.
(3) The projector returns the response code ‘06H’ to the computer.
Increasing the projector setting value (Increment command)
(1) The computer sends the increment code Header + Command data
(‘04H’+‘00H’+ type (2 bytes) +‘00H’+‘00H’) to the projector.
(2) The projector in creases the setting value on the above setting code.
(3) The projector returns the response code ‘06H’ to the computer.
Decreasing the projector setting value (Decrement command)
(1) The computer sends the decrement code Header + Command data
(‘05H’+‘00H’+ type (2 bytes) +‘00H’ + ‘00H’) to the projector.
(2) The projector decreases the setting value on the above setting code.
(3) The projector returns the response code ‘06H’ to the computer.
When the projector cannot understand the received command
When the projector cannot understand the received command, the error code ‘15H’
is sent back to the computer.
Sometimes the projector cannot properly receive the command. In such a
case, the command is not executed and the error code ‘15H’ is sent back to the
computer. If this error code is returned, send the same command again.
When the projector cannot execute the received command.
When the projector cannot execute the received command, the error code ‘1CH’
+ ‘xxxxH’ is sent back to the computer. When the data length is greater than
indicated by the data length code, the projector ignore the excess data code.
Conversely when the data length is shorter than indicated by the data length
code, an error code will be returned to the computer.
NOTE • Operation cannot be guaranteed when the projector receives an
undefined command or data.
• Provide an interval of at least 40ms between the response code and any other code.
• The projector outputs test data when the power supply is switched ON, and when the
lamp is lit. Ignore this data.
• Commands are not accepted during warm-up.
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Command Control via the Network
Communication Port
The following two ports are assigned for the command control.
TCP #23
TCP #9715
Command Control Settings
Configure the following items form a web browser when command control is used.
Port Settings
Network Control
Port1 (Port: 23)
Port open
Click the [Enable] check box to open [Network
Control Port1 (Port: 23)] to use TCP #23.
Default setting is “Enable”.
Authentication
Click the [Enable] check box for the
[Authentication] setting when authentication
is required.
Default setting is “Disable”.
Network Control
Port2 (Port: 9715)
Port open
Click the [Enable] check box to open [Network
Control Port2 (Port: 9715)] to use TCP
#9715.
Default setting is “Enable”.
Authentication
Click the [Enable] check box for the
[Authentication] setting when authentication
is required.
Default setting is “Enable”.
Security Settings
Network Control
Authentication
Password Enter the desired authentication password.
This setting will be the same for [Network
Control Port1 (Port: 23)] and [Network
Control Port2 (Port: 9715)].
Default setting is blank.
Re-enter
Authentication
Password
When the authentication setting is enabled, the following settings are required.
Command Control via the Network (continued)
Command Format
[TCP #23]
1. Protocol
Consist of header (7 bytes) + command data (6 bytes)
2. Header
BE + EF + 03 + 06 + 00 + CRC_low + CRC_high
CRC_low: Lower byte of CRC flag for command data
CRC_high: Upper byte of CRC flag for command data
3. Command data
Command data chart
byte_0 byte_1 byte_2 byte_3 byte_4 byte_5
Action Type Setting code
low high low high low high
Action (byte_0 - 1)
Action Classification Content
1 Set Change setting to desired value.
2 Get Read projector internal setup value.
4 Increment Increment setup value by 1.
5 Decrement Decrement setup value by 1.
6 Execute Run a command.
Requesting projector status (Get command)
(1) Send the following request code from the PC to the projector.
Header + Command data (‘02H’ + ‘00H’ + type (2 bytes) + ‘00H’ + ‘00H’)
(2) The projector returns the response code ‘1DH’ + data (2 bytes) to the PC.
Changing the projector settings (Set command)
(1) Send the following setting code from the PC to the projector.
Header + Command data (‘01H’ + ‘00H’ + type (2 bytes) + setting code (2 bytes))
(2) The projector changes the setting based on the above setting code.
(3) The projector returns the response code ‘06H’ to the PC.
Using the projector default settings (Reset Command)
(1) The PC sends the following default setting code to the projector.
Header + Command data (‘06H’ + ‘00H’ + type (2 bytes) + ‘00H’ + ‘00H’)
(2) The projector changes the specified setting to the default value.
(3) The projector returns the response code ‘06H’ to the PC.
Increasing the projector setting value (Increment command)
(1) The PC sends the following increment code to the projector.
Header + Command data (‘04H’ + ‘00H’ + type (2 bytes) + ‘00H’ + ‘00H’)
(2) The projector increases the setting value on the above setting code.
(3) The projector returns the response code ‘06H’ to the PC.
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Command Control via the Network (continued)
Decreasing the projector setting value (Decrement command)
(1) The PC sends the following decrement code to the projector.
Header + Command data (‘05H’ + ‘00H’ + type (2 bytes) + ‘00H’ + ‘00H’)
(2) The projector decreases the setting value on the above setting code.
(3) The projector returns the response code ‘06H’ to the PC.
When the projector cannot understand the received command
When the projector cannot understand the received command, the error code ‘15H’
is sent back to the PC.
Sometimes the projector cannot properly receive the command. In such a case,
the command is not executed and the error code ‘15H’ is sent back to the PC. If
this error code is returned, send the same command again.
When the projector cannot execute the received command.
When the projector cannot execute the received command, the error code ‘1CH’ +
‘xxxxH’ is sent back to the PC.
When the data length is greater than indicated by the data length code, the
projector ignore the excess data code. Conversely when the data length is shorter
than indicated by the data length code, an error code will be returned to the PC.
When authentication error occurred.
When authentication error occurred, the error code the ‘1FH’ + ‘0400H’ is sent
back to the PC.
[TCP #9715]
1. Protocol
Consist of header (1 byte) + data length (1 byte) + command data (13 bytes) +
check sum (1 bytes) + connection ID (1 byte).
2. Header
02, Fixed
3. Data Length
Network control commands byte length (0D, Fixed)
4. Command data
Network control commands that start with BE EF (13bytes).
5. Check Sum
This is the value to make zero on the addition of the lower 8 bits from the header
to the checksum.
6. Connection ID
Random value from 0 to 255 (This value is attached to the reply data).
NOTE • Operation cannot be guaranteed when the projector receives an
undefined command or data.
• Provide an interval of at least 40ms between the response code and any other code.
• Commands are not accepted during warm-up.
7. Reply Data
The connection ID (the data is same as the connection ID data on the sending
data format) is attached to the Network control commands reply data.
ACK reply: ‘06H’ + ‘xxH’
NAK reply: ‘15H’ + ‘xxH’
Error reply: ‘1CH’ + ‘xxxxH’ + ‘xxH’
Data reply: ‘1DH’ + ‘xxxxH’ + ‘xxH’
Projector busy reply: ‘1FH’ + ‘xxxxH’ + ‘xxH’
Authentication error reply: ‘1FH’ + ‘0400H’ + ‘xxH’
(‘xxH’ : connection ID)
Automatic Connection Break
The TCP connection will be automatically disconnected after there is no
communication for 30 seconds after being established.
Authentication
The projector does not accept commands without authentication success
when authentication is enabled. The projector uses a challenge response type
authentication with an MD5 (Message Digest 5) algorithm. When the projector is
using a LAN, a random 8 bytes will be returned if authentication is enabled. Bind
this received 8 bytes and the authentication password and digest this data with
the MD5 algorithm and add this in front of the commands to send.
Following is a sample if the authentication password is set to “password” and the
random 8 bytes are “a572f60c”.
1) Select the projector.
2) Receive the random 8 bytes “a572f60c” from the projector.
3) Bind the random 8 bytes “a572f60c” and the authentication password
“password” and it becomes “a572f60cpassword”.
4) Digest this bind “a572f60cpassword” with MD5 algorithm.
It will be “e3d97429adffa11bce1f7275813d4bde”.
5) Add this “e3d97429adffa11bce1f7275813d4bde” in front of the commands and
send the data.
Send “e3d97429adffa11bce1f7275813d4bde”+command.
6) When the sending data is correct, the command will be performed and the
reply data will be returned. Otherwise, an authentication error will be returned.
NOTEAs for the transmission of the second or subsequent commands, the
authentication data can be omitted when the same connection.
Command Control via the Network (continued)
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Daisy Chain Communication
1.Communications setting
Set the same communication settings (selecting from options below) on the
CONTROL terminal for transmitting and receiving side connected with a RS-232C
cable.
Baud rate: 4800 / 9600 / 19200 / 38400 bps
Parity NONE / ODD / EVEN
Data bit: 8 bit (fixed)
Start bit: 1 bit (fixed)
Stop bit: 1 bit (fixed)
2.Commans available only for daisy chain
communication
The projector supports the following commands only for daisy chain.
(1) Control the projector (Set/Increment/Decrement/Execute)
(2) Get the projector’s status (Get)
(3) Get the number of connected projectors
(4) Set the communication Group identification and Communication ID.
(5) Get the communication Group identification and Communication ID.
3.Command format
Protocol
Consist of header data (7 bytes) + command data (6 bytes)
Header
BE + EF + Packet_Type + 06 + Group + ID + Checksum
Data chart
Support Command Packet_Type Group ID
Control the projector ‘83H’ 0~16 0~64
Get the projector’s status ‘83H’ 1~16 1~64
Get the number of connected projectors ‘84H’ 0 0
Set the communication Group
identification and Communication ID
‘85H’ 1~16 1~64
Get the communication Group
identification and Communication ID
‘86H’ 0 0
Daisy Chain Communication
Transmitting side Receiving side
CONTROL OUT port
in Projector CONTROL IN
port in Projector
RS-232C cable (Cross)
- (1) (1) CD
RD (2) (2) RD
TD (3) (3) TD
- (4) (4) DTR
GND (5) (5) GND
- (6) (6) DSR
RTS (7) (7) RTS
CTS (8) (8) DTS
- (9) (9) RI
6789
12345
6789
12345
Daisy Chain Communication
Calculation of Checksum
Sum up all of 12 bytes except the Checksum, then make the bit inversion of the
lowest byte of the total, and add 1 to the inverted byte. The calculated result is
the Checksum data.
Exp. Communication Group: A / Communication ID: 1
Header data (7 bytes) Command data (6 bytes)
Header Packet
Type
Data Size Group ID Checksum Action Type Setting
Code
BE EF 83 06 01 01 66 01 00 00 60 01 00
BE + EF + 83 + 06 + 01 + 01 + 01 + 00 + 00 + 60 + 01 + 00 = ‘029AH’
The lowest byte of ‘029AH’ is ‘9AH’ (1001 1010). Making the bit inversion of the
‘9AH’ gets ‘65H’ (0110 0101), then, add 1. The calculated checksum is ’66H’.
Group and ID Settings
This daisy chain command can adjust the control range by using the Group
identification and ID.
Group ID Direction note
1~16 1~64 Individual control The command is available to the projectors having
the same Group identification and ID numbers with
command setting.
1~16 0 Designated control
according to the
Group identification
The command is available to the projectors having
the same Group identification with command setting.
0 1~64 Designated control
according to the ID
The command is available to the projectors having
the same ID number with command setting.
0 0 Unlimited. The command is available to the all projectors.
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Command data
Control the projector
byte_0 byte_1 byte_2 byte_3 byte_4 byte_5
Action Type Setting Code
low high low high low high
Action (byte_0-1)
Action Classification Content
1 Set Change setting to desired value.
4 Increment Increment setup value by 1.
5 Decrement Decrement setup value by 1.
6 Execute Run a command.
Note: For the Type and Setting Code, see the RS-232C communication/
Network command table (20).
Get the projector’s status
byte_0 byte_1 byte_2 byte_3 byte_4 byte_5
Action Type Connection ID
low high low high low high
Action (byte_0-1)
Action Classification Content
2 Get Read projector internal setup value.
Connection ID (byte_4-5)
Connection ID Content
0~255 This value is attached to the reply data.
Other commands
byte_0 byte_1 byte_2 byte_3 byte_4 byte_5
Action Target Number Connection ID
low high low high low high
Support Command Action Target Number Connection ID
Get the number of connected projectors 2 0 0~255
Set the communication Group
identification and Communication ID
1 0~65535 0~255
Get the communication Group
identification and Communication ID
2 0~65535 0~255
Daisy Chain Communication
Command data
Requesting projector status (Get command)
(1) Send the following request code from the PC to the projector.
Header + Command data (‘02H’ + ‘00H’ + type (2 bytes) + connection ID (2
bytes))
(2) The projector returns the response code to the PC.
‘9DH’ + ‘02H’ + connection ID (2 bytes) + data (2 bytes)
When the projector cannot understand the received command, the error code
is sent back to the PC.
‘95H’ + ‘02H’ + connection ID (2 bytes) + ‘00H’ + ‘00H’
When the projector cannot execute the received command, the error code is
sent back to the PC.
‘9CH’ + ‘02H’ + connection ID (2 bytes) + error code (2 bytes)
Action (byte_0-1)
Error Code
Error Code Content
0 The command was not accepted, since the projector connected to PC was
busy.
1 Communication error is happened between projectors.
2 The command was not accepted, since the designated projector was not
found.
Changing the projector settings (Set command)
Requesting projector status (Get command)
(1) Send the following request code from the PC to the projector.
Header + Command data (‘01H’ + ‘00H’ + type (2 bytes) + setting code (2 bytes))
(2) The projector changes the setting based on the above setting code.
(3) Projector does not send out the response data.
Using the projector default settings (Reset Command)
(1) The PC sends the following default setting code to the projector.
Header + Command data (‘06H’ + ‘00H’ + type (2 bytes) + ‘00H’ + ‘00H’)
(2) The projector changes the specified setting to the default value.
(3) Projector does not send out the response data.
Increasing the projector setting value (Increment command)
(1) The PC sends the following increment code to the projector.
Header + Command data (‘04H’ + ‘00H’ + type (2 bytes) + ‘00H’ + ‘00H’)
(2) The projector increases the setting value on the above setting code.
(3) Projector does not send out the response data.
Decreasing the projector setting value (Decrement command)
(1) The PC sends the following decrement code to the projector.
Header + Command data (‘05H’ + ‘00H’ + type (2 bytes) + ‘00H’ + ‘00H’)
(2) The projector decreases the setting value on the above setting code.
(3) Projector does not send out the response data.
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Get the number of connected projectors
(1) Send the following request code from the PC to the projector.
Header + Command data (‘02H’ + ‘00H’ + ‘00H’ + ‘00H’ + connection ID (2 bytes))
(2) The projector returns the response code to the PC.
‘9EH’ + ‘04H’ + connection ID (2 bytes) + number of projectors (2 bytes) + group (1
byte) + ID (1 byte)
When the projector cannot understand the received command, the error code is
sent back to the PC.
‘96H’ + ‘04H’ + connection ID (2 bytes) + ‘00H’ + ‘00H’ + ‘00H’ + ‘00H’
When the projector cannot execute the received command, the error code is sent
back to the PC.
‘9FH’ + ‘06H’ + connection ID (2 bytes) + position number of projector having an
error* (2 bytes) + group (1 byte) + ID (1 byte) + error code (2 bytes)
*The position number is counted from the projector connected to PC directly,
which has No.1 as position number. Then, the next one is No.2 and so on.
Error Code
Error Code Content
0 The command was not accepted, since the projector connected to PC was
busy.
1 Communication error is happened between projectors.
Set the communication Group identification and
Communication ID
Header + Command data (‘02H’ + ‘00H’ + ‘00H’ + ‘00H’ + connection ID (2 bytes))
(1) Send the following setting code from the PC to the projector.
Header + Command data (‘01H’ + ‘00H’ + target number (2 bytes) + connection ID
(2 bytes))
(2) The projector changes the group and ID setting based on the above setting
code.
(3) Projector does not send out the response data.
Daisy Chain Communication
The command was not accepted, since the designated
projector was not found
(1) Send the following request code from the PC to the projector.
Header + Command data (‘02H’ + ‘00H’ + target number (2 bytes) + connection ID
(2 bytes))
(2) The projector returns the response code to the PC.
‘90H’ + ‘04H’ + connection ID (2 bytes) + target number (2 bytes) + group (1 byte)
+ ID (1 byte)
When the projector cannot understand the received command, the error code is
sent back to the PC.
‘97H’ + ‘04H’ + connection ID (2 bytes) + ‘00H’ + ‘00H’ + ‘00H’ + ‘00H’
When the projector cannot execute the received command, the error code is sent
back to the PC.
‘91H’ + ‘06H’ + connection ID (2 bytes) + position number of projector having an
error* (2 bytes) + group (1 byte) + ID (1 byte) + error code (2 bytes)
* The position number is counted from the projector connected to PC directly,
which has No.1 as position number. Then, the next one is No.2 and so on.
Error Code
Error Code Content
0 The command was not accepted, since the projector connected to PC was
busy.
1 Communication error is happened between projectors.
2 The command was not accepted, since the designated projector was not
found.
NOTEAs for the transmission of the second or subsequent commands, the
authentication data can be omitted when the same connection.
• Commands are not accepted during warm-up.
•To use the daisy chain communication, set the DAISY CHAIN of the
COMMUNICATIONTYPE item in the OPTION menu on the OSD (On Screen Display)
(52)
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RS-232C Communication / Network command table
Names Operation Type Header Command Data
CRC Action Type Setting Code
RS-232C Communication / Network command table
Power Set OFF BE EF 03 06 00 2A D3 01 00 00 60 00 00
ON BE EF 03 06 00 BA D2 01 00 00 60 01 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 19 D3 02 00 00 60 00 00
(Example Return)
00 00 01 00 02 00
(Off) (On) (Cool Down)
Input Source Set COMPUTER IN 1 BE EF 03 06 00 FE D2 01 00 00 20 00 00
COMPUTER IN 2 BE EF 03 06 00 3E D0 01 00 00 20 04 00
HDMI BE EF 03 06 00 0E D2 01 00 00 20 03 00
VIDEO 1 BE EF 03 06 00 6E D3 01 00 00 20 01 00
S-VIDEO BE EF 03 06 00 9E D3 01 00 00 20 02 00
COMPONENT BE EF 03 06 00 AE D1 01 00 00 20 05 00
BNC BE EF 03 06 00 CE D0 01 00 00 20 07 00
DVI-D BE EF 03 06 00 AE D4 01 00 00 20 09 00
VIDEO 2 BE EF 03 06 00 5E D4 01 00 00 20 0A 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 CD D2 02 00 00 20 00 00
Error Status Get BE EF 03 06 00 D9 D8 02 00 20 60 00 00
(Example Return)
00 00 01 00 02 00 03 00
(Normal) (Cover error) (Fan error) (Lamp error)
04 00 05 00
(Temp error) (Air flow error)
07 00 08 00 0F 00 10 00
(Cold error) (Filter error) (Shutter error) (Lens Shift error)
BRIGHTNESS Get BE EF 03 06 00 89 D2 02 00 03 20 00 00
Increment BE EF 03 06 00 EF D2 04 00 03 20 00 00
Decrement BE EF 03 06 00 3E D3 05 00 03 20 00 00
CONTRAST Get BE EF 03 06 00 FD D3 02 00 04 20 00 00
Increment BE EF 03 06 00 9B D3 04 00 04 20 00 00
Decrement BE EF 03 06 00 4A D2 05 00 04 20 00 00
PICTURE MODE Set NORMAL BE EF 03 06 00 23 F6 01 00 BA 30 00 00
CINEMA BE EF 03 06 00 B3 F7 01 00 BA 30 01 00
DYNAMIC BE EF 03 06 00 E3 F4 01 00 BA 30 04 00
BOARD (BLACK) BE EF 03 06 00 E3 EF 01 00 BA 30 20 00
BOARD (GREEN) BE EF 03 06 00 73 EE 01 00 BA 30 21 00
WHITE BOARD BE EF 03 06 00 83 EE 01 00 BA 30 22 00
DAY TIME BE EF 03 06 00 E3 C7 01 00 BA 30 40 00
CUSTOM BE EF 03 06 00 E3 FB 01 00 BA 30 10 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 10 F6 02 00 BA 30 00 00
GAMMA Set 1 DEFAULT BE EF 03 06 00 07 E9 01 00 A1 30 20 00
2 DEFAULT BE EF 03 06 00 97 E8 01 00 A1 30 21 00
3 DEFAULT BE EF 03 06 00 67 E8 01 00 A1 30 22 00
4 DEFAULT BE EF 03 06 00 F7 E9 01 00 A1 30 23 00
5 DEFAULT BE EF 03 06 00 C7 EB 01 00 A1 30 24 00
6 DEFAULT BE EF 03 06 00 57 EA 01 00 A1 30 25 00
1 CUSTOM BE EF 03 06 00 07 FD 01 00 A1 30 10 00
2 CUSTOM BE EF 03 06 00 97 FC 01 00 A1 30 11 00
3 CUSTOM BE EF 03 06 00 67 FC 01 00 A1 30 12 00
4 CUSTOM BE EF 03 06 00 F7 FD 01 00 A1 30 13 00
RS-232C Communication / Network command table
Names Operation Type Header Command Data
CRC Action Type Setting Code
GAMMA Set 5 CUSTOM BE EF 03 06 00 C7 FF 01 00 A1 30 14 00
6 CUSTOM BE EF 03 06 00 57 FE 01 00 A1 30 15 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 F4 F0 02 00 A1 30 00 00
User Gamma Pattern Set Off BE EF 03 06 00 FB FA 01 00 80 30 00 00
9step Gray Scale BE EF 03 06 00 6B FB 01 00 80 30 01 00
15step Gray Scale BE EF 03 06 00 9B FB 01 00 80 30 02 00
Ramp BE EF 03 06 00 0B FA 01 00 80 30 03 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 C8 FA 02 00 80 30 00 00
User Gamma Point 1 Get BE EF 03 06 00 08 FE 02 00 90 30 00 00
Increment BE EF 03 06 00 6E FE 04 00 90 30 00 00
Decrement BE EF 03 06 00 BF FF 05 00 90 30 00 00
User Gamma Point 2 Get BE EF 03 06 00 F4 FF 02 00 91 30 00 00
Increment BE EF 03 06 00 92 FF 04 00 91 30 00 00
Decrement BE EF 03 06 00 43 FE 05 00 91 30 00 00
User Gamma Point 3 Get BE EF 03 06 00 B0 FF 02 00 92 30 00 00
Increment BE EF 03 06 00 D6 FF 04 00 92 30 00 00
Decrement BE EF 03 06 00 07 FE 05 00 92 30 00 00
User Gamma Point 4 Get BE EF 03 06 00 4C FE 02 00 93 30 00 00
Increment BE EF 03 06 00 2A FE 04 00 93 30 00 00
Decrement BE EF 03 06 00 FB FF 05 00 93 30 00 00
User Gamma Point 5 Get BE EF 03 06 00 38 FF 02 00 94 30 00 00
Increment BE EF 03 06 00 5E FF 04 00 94 30 00 00
Decrement BE EF 03 06 00 8F FE 05 00 94 30 00 00
User Gamma Point 6 Get BE EF 03 06 00 C4 FE 02 00 95 30 00 00
Increment BE EF 03 06 00 A2 FE 04 00 95 30 00 00
Decrement BE EF 03 06 00 73 FF 05 00 95 30 00 00
User Gamma Point 7 Get BE EF 03 06 00 80 FE 02 00 96 30 00 00
Increment BE EF 03 06 00 E6 FE 04 00 96 30 00 00
Decrement BE EF 03 06 00 37 FF 05 00 96 30 00 00
User Gamma Point 8 Get BE EF 03 06 00 7C FF 02 00 97 30 00 00
Increment BE EF 03 06 00 1A FF 04 00 97 30 00 00
Decrement BE EF 03 06 00 CB FE 05 00 97 30 00 00
COLOR TEMP Set 1 HIGH BE EF 03 06 00 0B F5 01 00 B0 30 03 00
2 MID BE EF 03 06 00 9B F4 01 00 B0 30 02 00
3 LOW BE EF 03 06 00 6B F4 01 00 B0 30 01 00
4 Hi-BRIGHT-1 BE EF 03 06 00 3B F2 01 00 B0 30 08 00
5 Hi-BRIGHT-2 BE EF 03 06 00 AB F3 01 00 B0 30 09 00
6 Hi-BRIGHT-3 BE EF 03 06 00 5B F3 01 00 B0 30 0A 00
1 CUSTOM (HIGH) BE EF 03 06 00 CB F8 01 00 B0 30 13 00
2 CUSTOM (MID) BE EF 03 06 00 5B F9 01 00 B0 30 12 00
3 CUSTOM (LOW) BE EF 03 06 00 AB F9 01 00 B0 30 11 00
4 CUSTOM
(Hi-BRIGHT-1)
BE EF 03 06 00 FB FF 01 00 B0 30 18 00
5 CUSTOM
(Hi-BRIGHT-2)
BE EF 03 06 00 6B FE 01 00 B0 30 19 00
6 CUSTOM
(Hi-BRIGHT-3)
BE EF 03 06 00 9B FE 01 00 B0 30 1A 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 C8 F5 02 00 B0 30 00 00
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CP-X10000 ( P6X ) / CP-SX12000 ( P6SX )
Names Operation Type Header Command Data
CRC Action Type Setting Code
RS-232C Communication / Network command table
COLOR TEMP GAIN R Get BE EF 03 06 00 34 F4 02 00 B1 30 00 00
Increment BE EF 03 06 00 52 F4 04 00 B1 30 00 00
Decrement BE EF 03 06 00 83 F5 05 00 B1 30 00 00
COLOR TEMP GAIN G Get BE EF 03 06 00 70 F4 02 00 B2 30 00 00
Increment BE EF 03 06 00 16 F4 04 00 B2 30 00 00
Decrement BE EF 03 06 00 C7 F5 05 00 B2 30 00 00
COLOR TEMP GAIN B Get BE EF 03 06 00 8C F5 02 00 B3 30 00 00
Increment BE EF 03 06 00 EA F5 04 00 B3 30 00 00
Decrement BE EF 03 06 00 3B F4 05 00 B3 30 00 00
COLOR TEMP OFFSET
R
Get BE EF 03 06 00 04 F5 02 00 B5 30 00 00
Increment BE EF 03 06 00 62 F5 04 00 B5 30 00 00
Decrement BE EF 03 06 00 B3 F4 05 00 B5 30 00 00
COLOR TEMP OFFSET
G
Get BE EF 03 06 00 40 F5 02 00 B6 30 00 00
Increment BE EF 03 06 00 26 F5 04 00 B6 30 00 00
Decrement BE EF 03 06 00 F7 F4 05 00 B6 30 00 00
COLOR TEMP OFFSET
B
Get BE EF 03 06 00 BC F4 02 00 B7 30 00 00
Increment BE EF 03 06 00 DA F4 04 00 B7 30 00 00
Decrement BE EF 03 06 00 0B F5 05 00 B7 30 00 00
COLOR Get BE EF 03 06 00 B5 72 02 00 02 22 00 00
Increment BE EF 03 06 00 D3 72 04 00 02 22 00 00
Decrement BE EF 03 06 00 02 73 05 00 02 22 00 00
COLOR Reset Execute BE EF 03 06 00 80 D0 06 00 0A 70 00 00
TINT Get BE EF 03 06 00 49 73 02 00 03 22 00 00
Increment BE EF 03 06 00 2F 73 04 00 03 22 00 00
Decrement BE EF 03 06 00 FE 72 05 00 03 22 00 00
TINT Reset Execute BE EF 03 06 00 7C D1 06 00 0B 70 00 00
SHARPNESS Get BE EF 03 06 00 F1 72 02 00 01 22 00 00
Increment BE EF 03 06 00 97 72 04 00 01 22 00 00
Decrement BE EF 03 06 00 46 73 05 00 01 22 00 00
SHARPNESS Reset Execute BE EF 03 06 00 C4 D0 06 00 09 70 00 00
ACTIVE IRIS Set PRESENTATION BE EF 03 06 00 5B 2E 01 00 04 33 11 00
THEATER BE EF 03 06 00 CB 2F 01 00 04 33 10 00
MANUAL BE EF 03 06 00 CB 3B 01 00 04 33 20 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 38 22 02 00 04 33 00 00
MANUAL IRIS Get BE EF 03 06 00 B0 22 02 00 02 33 00 00
Increment BE EF 03 06 00 D6 22 04 00 02 33 00 00
Decrement BE EF 03 06 00 07 23 05 00 02 33 00 00
MY MEMORY Load Set 1 BE EF 03 06 00 0E D7 01 00 14 20 00 00
2 BE EF 03 06 00 9E D6 01 00 14 20 01 00
3 BE EF 03 06 00 6E D6 01 00 14 20 02 00
4 BE EF 03 06 00 FE D7 01 00 14 20 03 00
MY MEMORY Save Set 1 BE EF 03 06 00 F2 D6 01 00 15 20 00 00
2 BE EF 03 06 00 62 D7 01 00 15 20 01 00
3 BE EF 03 06 00 92 D7 01 00 15 20 02 00
4 BE EF 03 06 00 02 D6 01 00 15 20 03 00
PROGRESSIVE Set OFF BE EF 03 06 00 4A 72 01 00 07 22 00 00
TV BE EF 03 06 00 DA 73 01 00 07 22 01 00
FILM BE EF 03 06 00 2A 73 01 00 07 22 02 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 79 72 02 00 07 22 00 00
RS-232C Communication / Network command table
Names Operation Type Header Command Data
CRC Action Type Setting Code
3D-YCS Set OFF BE EF 03 06 00 E6 70 01 00 0A 22 00 00
MOVIE BE EF 03 06 00 76 71 01 00 0A 22 01 00
STILL IMAGE BE EF 03 06 00 86 71 01 00 0A 22 02 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 D5 70 02 00 0A 22 00 00
VIDEO NR Set LOW BE EF 03 06 00 26 72 01 00 06 22 01 00
MID BE EF 03 06 00 D6 72 01 00 06 22 02 00
HIGH BE EF 03 06 00 46 73 01 00 06 22 03 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 85 73 02 00 06 22 00 00
ASPECT Set 4:3 BE EF 03 06 00 9E D0 01 00 08 20 00 00
16:9 BE EF 03 06 00 0E D1 01 00 08 20 01 00
SMALL *1 BE EF 03 06 00 FE D1 01 00 08 20 02 00
NATIVE *2 BE EF 03 06 00 5E D7 01 00 08 20 08 00
14:9 BE EF 03 06 00 CE D6 01 00 08 20 09 00
16:10 *3 BE EF 03 06 00 3E D6 01 00 08 20 0A 00
NORMAL BE EF 03 06 00 5E DD 01 00 08 20 10 00
FULL *3 BE EF 03 06 00 5E C9 01 00 08 20 20 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 AD D0 02 00 08 20 00 00
OVER SCAN Get BE EF 03 06 00 91 70 02 00 09 22 00 00
Increment BE EF 03 06 00 F7 70 04 00 09 22 00 00
Decrement BE EF 03 06 00 26 71 05 00 09 22 00 00
OVER SCAN Reset Execute BE EF 03 06 00 EC D9 06 00 27 70 00 00
V POSITION Get BE EF 03 06 00 0D 83 02 00 00 21 00 00
Increment BE EF 03 06 00 6B 83 04 00 00 21 00 00
Decrement BE EF 03 06 00 BA 82 05 00 00 21 00 00
V POSITION Reset Execute BE EF 03 06 00 E0 D2 06 00 02 70 00 00
H POSITION Get BE EF 03 06 00 F1 82 02 00 01 21 00 00
Increment BE EF 03 06 00 97 82 04 00 01 21 00 00
Decrement BE EF 03 06 00 46 83 05 00 01 21 00 00
H POSITION Reset Execute BE EF 03 06 00 1C D3 06 00 03 70 00 00
H PHASE Get BE EF 03 06 00 49 83 02 00 03 21 00 00
Increment BE EF 03 06 00 2F 83 04 00 03 21 00 00
Decrement BE EF 03 06 00 FE 82 05 00 03 21 00 00
H SIZE Get BE EF 03 06 00 B5 82 02 00 02 21 00 00
Increment BE EF 03 06 00 D3 82 04 00 02 21 00 00
Decrement BE EF 03 06 00 02 83 05 00 02 21 00 00
H SIZE Reset Execute BE EF 03 06 00 68 D2 06 00 04 70 00 00
AUTO ADJUST Execute BE EF 03 06 00 91 D0 06 00 0A 20 00 00
COLOR SPACE Set AUTO BE EF 03 06 00 0E 72 01 00 04 22 00 00
RGB BE EF 03 06 00 9E 73 01 00 04 22 01 00
SMPTE240 BE EF 03 06 00 6E 73 01 00 04 22 02 00
REC709 BE EF 03 06 00 FE 72 01 00 04 22 03 00
REC601 BE EF 03 06 00 CE 70 01 00 04 22 04 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 3D 72 02 00 04 22 00 00
COMPONENT Set COMPONENT BE EF 03 06 00 4A D7 01 00 17 20 00 00
SCART RGB BE EF 03 06 00 DA D6 01 00 17 20 01 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 79 D7 02 00 17 20 00 00
*1 CP-X10000, CP-SX12000 only. *2 CP-WX11000, CP-SX12000 only.
*3 CP-WX11000 only.
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CP-X10000 ( P6X ) / CP-SX12000 ( P6SX )
RS-232C Communication / Network command table
Names Operation Type Header Command Data
CRC Action Type Setting Code
S-VIDEO FORMAT Set AUTO BE EF 03 06 00 E6 70 01 00 12 22 0A 00
NTSC BE EF 03 06 00 86 74 01 00 12 22 04 00
PAL BE EF 03 06 00 16 75 01 00 12 22 05 00
SECAM BE EF 03 06 00 16 70 01 00 12 22 09 00
NTSC4.43 BE EF 03 06 00 26 77 01 00 12 22 02 00
M-PAL BE EF 03 06 00 86 71 01 00 12 22 08 00
N-PAL BE EF 03 06 00 76 74 01 00 12 22 07 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 75 76 02 00 12 22 00 00
VIDEO 1 FORMAT Set AUTO BE EF 03 06 00 A2 70 01 00 11 22 0A 00
NTSC BE EF 03 06 00 C2 74 01 00 11 22 04 00
PAL BE EF 03 06 00 52 75 01 00 11 22 05 00
SECAM BE EF 03 06 00 52 70 01 00 11 22 09 00
NTSC4.43 BE EF 03 06 00 62 77 01 00 11 22 02 00
M-PAL BE EF 03 06 00 C2 71 01 00 11 22 08 00
N-PAL BE EF 03 06 00 32 74 01 00 11 22 07 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 31 76 02 00 11 22 00 00
VIDEO 2 FORMAT Set AUTO BE EF 03 06 00 86 72 01 00 1A 22 0A 00
NTSC BE EF 03 06 00 E6 76 01 00 1A 22 04 00
PAL BE EF 03 06 00 76 77 01 00 1A 22 05 00
SECAM BE EF 03 06 00 76 72 01 00 1A 22 09 00
NTSC4.43 BE EF 03 06 00 46 75 01 00 1A 22 02 00
M-PAL BE EF 03 06 00 E6 73 01 00 1A 22 08 00
N-PAL BE EF 03 06 00 16 76 01 00 1A 22 07 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 15 74 02 00 1A 22 00 00
HDMI FORMAT Set AUTO BE EF 03 06 00 BA 77 01 00 13 22 00 00
VIDEO BE EF 03 06 00 2A 76 01 00 13 22 01 00
COMPUTER BE EF 03 06 00 DA 76 01 00 13 22 02 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 89 77 02 00 13 22 00 00
DVI-D FORMAT Set AUTO BE EF 03 06 00 62 74 01 00 19 22 00 00
VIDEO BE EF 03 06 00 F2 75 01 00 19 22 01 00
COMPUTER BE EF 03 06 00 02 75 01 00 19 22 02 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 51 74 02 00 19 22 00 00
HDMI RANGE Set AUTO BE EF 03 06 00 86 D8 01 00 22 20 00 00
NORMAL BE EF 03 06 00 16 D9 01 00 22 20 01 00
ENHANCED BE EF 03 06 00 E6 D9 01 00 22 20 02 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 B5 D8 02 00 22 20 00 00
DVI-D RANGE Set AUTO BE EF 03 06 00 FE D4 01 00 20 20 10 00
NORMAL BE EF 03 06 00 3E D9 01 00 20 20 00 00
ENHANCED BE EF 03 06 00 AE D8 01 00 20 20 01 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 0D D9 02 00 20 20 00 00
COMPUTER IN 1 Set SYNC ON G OFF BE EF 03 06 00 5E D7 01 00 10 20 02 00
AUTO BE EF 03 06 00 CE D6 01 00 10 20 03 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 0D D6 02 00 10 20 00 00
COMPUTER IN 2 Set SYNC ON G OFF BE EF 03 06 00 A2 D6 01 00 11 20 02 00
AUTO BE EF 03 06 00 32 D7 01 00 11 20 03 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 F1 D7 02 00 11 20 00 00
BNC Set SYNC ON G OFF BE EF 03 06 00 86 D4 01 00 1A 20 02 00
AUTO BE EF 03 06 00 16 D5 01 00 1A 20 03 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 D5 D5 02 00 1A 20 00 00
RS-232C Communication / Network command table
Names Operation Type Header Command Data
CRC Action Type Setting Code
FRAME LOCK -
COMPUTER IN 1
Set OFF BE EF 03 06 00 3B C2 01 00 50 30 00 00
ON BE EF 03 06 00 AB C3 01 00 50 30 01 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 08 C2 02 00 50 30 00 00
FRAME LOCK -
COMPUTER IN 2
Set OFF BE EF 03 06 00 0B C3 01 00 54 30 00 00
ON BE EF 03 06 00 9B C2 01 00 54 30 00 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 38 C3 02 00 54 30 00 00
FRAME LOCK - BNC Set OFF BE EF 03 06 00 4F C3 01 00 57 30 00 00
ON BE EF 03 06 00 DF C2 01 00 57 30 01 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 7C C3 02 00 57 30 00 00
FRAME LOCK - HDMI Set OFF BE EF 03 06 00 7F C2 01 00 53 30 00 00
ON BE EF 03 06 00 EF C3 01 00 53 30 01 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 4C C2 02 00 53 30 00 00
FRAME LOCK - DVI-D Set OFF BE EF 03 06 00 A7 C1 01 00 59 30 00 00
ON BE EF 03 06 00 37 C0 01 00 59 30 01 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 94 C1 02 00 59 30 00 00
KEYSTONE V Get BE EF 03 06 00 B9 D3 02 00 07 20 00 00
Increment BE EF 03 06 00 DF D3 04 00 07 20 00 00
Decrement BE EF 03 06 00 0E D2 05 00 07 20 00 00
KEYSTONE V Reset Execute BE EF 03 06 00 08 D0 06 00 0C 70 00 00
AUTO KEYSTONE V
EXECUTE Execute BE EF 03 06 00 E5 D1 06 00 0D 20 00 00
AUTO KEYSTONE V Set OFF BE EF 03 06 00 EA D1 01 00 0F 20 00 00
ON BE EF 03 06 00 7A D0 01 00 0F 20 01 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 D9 D1 02 00 0F 20 00 00
KEYSTONE H Get BE EF 03 06 00 E9 D0 02 00 0B 20 00 00
Increment BE EF 03 06 00 8F D0 04 00 0B 20 00 00
Decrement BE EF 03 06 00 5E D1 05 00 0B 20 00 00
KEYSTONE H Reset Execute BE EF 03 06 00 98 D8 06 00 20 70 00 00
ECO MODE Set NORMAL BE EF 03 06 00 3B 23 01 00 00 33 00 00
ECO BE EF 03 06 00 AB 22 01 00 00 33 01 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 08 23 02 00 00 33 00 00
MIRROR Set NORMAL BE EF 03 06 00 C7 D2 01 00 01 30 00 00
H:INVERT BE EF 03 06 00 57 D3 01 00 01 30 01 00
V:INVERT BE EF 03 06 00 A7 D3 01 00 01 30 02 00
H&V:INVERT BE EF 03 06 00 37 D2 01 00 01 30 03 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 F4 D2 02 00 01 30 00 00
MONITOR OUT -
COMPUTER IN 1
Set COMPUTER IN 1 BE EF 03 06 00 3E F4 01 00 B0 20 00 00
COMPUTER IN 2 BE EF 03 06 00 FE F6 01 00 B0 20 04 00
BNC BE EF 03 06 00 0E F6 01 00 B0 20 07 00
OFF BE EF 03 06 00 CE B5 01 00 B0 20 FF 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 0D F4 02 00 B0 20 00 00
MONITOR OUT -
COMPUTER IN 2
Set COMPUTER IN 1 BE EF 03 06 00 0E F5 01 00 B4 20 00 00
COMPUTER IN 2 BE EF 03 06 00 CE F7 01 00 B4 20 04 00
BNC BE EF 03 06 00 3E F7 01 00 B4 20 07 00
OFF BE EF 03 06 00 FE B4 01 00 B4 20 FF 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 3D F5 02 00 B4 20 00 00
MONITOR OUT -
BNC
Set COMPUTER IN 1 BE EF 03 06 00 4A F5 01 00 B7 20 00 00
COMPUTER IN 2 BE EF 03 06 00 8A F7 01 00 B7 20 04 00
BNC BE EF 03 06 00 7A F7 01 00 B7 20 07 00
OFF BE EF 03 06 00 BA B4 01 00 B7 20 FF 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 79 F5 02 00 B7 20 00 00
82
CP-X10000 ( P6X ) / CP-SX12000 ( P6SX )
Names Operation Type Header Command Data
CRC Action Type Setting Code
RS-232C Communication / Network command table
MONITOR OUT -
HDMI
Set COMPUTER IN 1 BE EF 03 06 00 7A F4 01 00 B3 20 00 00
COMPUTER IN 2 BE EF 03 06 00 BA F6 01 00 B3 20 04 00
BNC BE EF 03 06 00 4A F6 01 00 B3 20 07 00
OFF BE EF 03 06 00 8A B5 01 00 B3 20 FF 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 49 F4 02 00 B3 20 00 00
MONITOR OUT -
DVI-D
Set COMPUTER IN 1 BE EF 03 06 00 A2 F7 01 00 B9 20 00 00
COMPUTER IN 2 BE EF 03 06 00 62 F5 01 00 B9 20 04 00
BNC BE EF 03 06 00 92 F5 01 00 B9 20 07 00
OFF BE EF 03 06 00 52 B6 01 00 B9 20 FF 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 91 F7 02 00 B9 20 00 00
MONITOR OUT -
COMPONENT
Set COMPUTER IN 1 BE EF 03 06 00 F2 F4 01 00 B5 20 00 00
COMPUTER IN 2 BE EF 03 06 00 32 F6 01 00 B5 20 04 00
BNC BE EF 03 06 00 C2 F6 01 00 B5 20 07 00
OFF BE EF 03 06 00 02 B5 01 00 B5 20 FF 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 C1 F4 02 00 B5 20 00 00
MONITOR OUT -
S-VIDEO
Set COMPUTER IN 1 BE EF 03 06 00 86 F5 01 00 B2 20 00 00
COMPUTER IN 2 BE EF 03 06 00 46 F7 01 00 B2 20 04 00
BNC BE EF 03 06 00 B6 F7 01 00 B2 20 07 00
OFF BE EF 03 06 00 76 B4 01 00 B2 20 FF 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 B5 F5 02 00 B2 20 00 00
MONITOR OUT -
VIDEO 1
Set COMPUTER IN 1 BE EF 03 06 00 C2 F5 01 00 B1 20 00 00
COMPUTER IN 2 BE EF 03 06 00 02 F7 01 00 B1 20 04 00
BNC BE EF 03 06 00 F2 F7 01 00 B1 20 07 00
OFF BE EF 03 06 00 32 B4 01 00 B1 20 FF 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 F1 F5 02 00 B1 20 00 00
MONITOR OUT -
VIDEO 2
Set COMPUTER IN 1 BE EF 03 06 00 E6 F7 01 00 BA 20 00 00
COMPUTER IN 2 BE EF 03 06 00 26 F5 01 00 BA 20 04 00
BNC BE EF 03 06 00 D6 F5 01 00 BA 20 07 00
OFF BE EF 03 06 00 16 B6 01 00 BA 20 FF 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 D5 F7 02 00 BA 20 00 00
MONITOR OUT -
STANDBY
Set COMPUTER IN 1 BE EF 03 06 00 2A F7 01 00 BF 20 00 00
COMPUTER IN 2 BE EF 03 06 00 EA F5 01 00 BF 20 04 00
BNC BE EF 03 06 00 1A F5 01 00 BF 20 07 00
OFF BE EF 03 06 00 DA B6 01 00 BF 20 FF 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 19 F7 02 00 BF 20 00 00
LANGUAGE Set ENGLISH BE EF 03 06 00 F7 D3 01 00 05 30 00 00
FRANÇAIS BE EF 03 06 00 67 D2 01 00 05 30 01 00
DEUTSCH BE EF 03 06 00 97 D2 01 00 05 30 02 00
ESPAÑOL BE EF 03 06 00 07 D3 01 00 05 30 03 00
ITALIANO BE EF 03 06 00 37 D1 01 00 05 30 04 00
NORSK BE EF 03 06 00 A7 D0 01 00 05 30 05 00
NEDERLANDS BE EF 03 06 00 57 D0 01 00 05 30 06 00
PORTUGUÊS BE EF 03 06 00 C7 D1 01 00 05 30 07 00
日本語 BE EF 03 06 00 37 D4 01 00 05 30 08 00
BE EF 03 06 00 A7 D5 01 00 05 30 09 00
BE EF 03 06 00 37 DE 01 00 05 30 10 00
BE EF 03 06 00 57 D5 01 00 05 30 0A 00
SVENSKA BE EF 03 06 00 C7 D4 01 00 05 30 0B 00
PYCCKNN BE EF 03 06 00 F7 D6 01 00 05 30 0C 00
SUOMI BE EF 03 06 00 67 D7 01 00 05 30 0D 00
RS-232C Communication / Network command table
Names Operation Type Header Command Data
CRC Action Type Setting Code
LANGUAGE Set POLSKI BE EF 03 06 00 97 D7 01 00 05 30 0E 00
TÜRKÇE BE EF 03 06 00 07 D6 01 00 05 30 0F 00
DANSK BE EF 03 06 00 A7 DF 01 00 05 30 11 00
ýEŠTINA BE EF 03 06 00 57 DF 01 00 05 30 12 00
ΔϴΑήόϟ΍ ΔϐϠϟ΍ BE EF 03 06 00 37 DB 01 00 05 30 1C 00
ϰγέΎϓ BE EF 03 06 00 A7 DA 01 00 05 30 1D 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 C4 D3 02 00 05 30 00 00
MENU POSITION V Get BE EF 03 06 00 40 D7 02 00 16 30 00 00
Increment BE EF 03 06 00 26 D7 04 00 16 30 00 00
Decrement BE EF 03 06 00 F7 D6 05 00 16 30 00 00
MENU POSITION V
Reset
Execute BE EF 03 06 00 A8 C7 06 00 44 70 00 00
MENU POSITION H Get BE EF 03 06 00 04 D7 02 00 15 30 00 00
Increment BE EF 03 06 00 62 D7 04 00 15 30 00 00
Decrement BE EF 03 06 00 B3 D6 05 00 15 30 00 00
MENU POSITION H
Reset Execute BE EF 03 06 00 DC C6 06 00 43 70 00 00
BLANK Set MyScreen BE EF 03 06 00 FB CA 01 00 00 30 20 00
ORIGINAL BE EF 03 06 00 FB E2 01 00 00 30 40 00
BLUE BE EF 03 06 00 CB D3 01 00 00 30 03 00
WHITE BE EF 03 06 00 6B D0 01 00 00 30 05 00
BLACK BE EF 03 06 00 9B D0 01 00 00 30 06 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 08 D3 02 00 00 30 00 00
BLANK On/Off Set OFF BE EF 03 06 00 FB D8 01 00 20 30 00 00
ON BE EF 03 06 00 6B D9 01 00 20 30 01 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 C8 D8 02 00 20 30 00 00
START UP Set MyScreen BE EF 03 06 00 CB CB 01 00 04 30 20 00
ORIGINAL BE EF 03 06 00 0B D2 01 00 04 30 00 00
OFF BE EF 03 06 00 9B D3 01 00 04 30 01 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 38 D2 02 00 04 30 00 00
MyScreen LOCK Set OFF BE EF 03 06 00 3B EF 01 00 C0 30 00 00
ON BE EF 03 06 00 AB EE 01 00 C0 30 01 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 08 EF 02 00 C0 30 00 00
MESSAGE Set OFF BE EF 03 06 00 8F D6 01 00 17 30 00 00
ON BE EF 03 06 00 1F D7 01 00 17 30 01 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 BC D6 02 00 17 30 00 00
TEMPLATE Set TEST PATTERN BE EF 03 06 00 43 D9 01 00 22 30 00 00
DOT-LINE 1 BE EF 03 06 00 D3 D8 01 00 22 30 01 00
DOT-LINE 2 BE EF 03 06 00 23 D8 01 00 22 30 02 00
DOT-LINE 3 BE EF 03 06 00 B3 D9 01 00 22 30 03 00
DOT-LINE 4 BE EF 03 06 00 83 DB 01 00 22 30 04 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 70 D9 02 00 22 30 00 00
TEMPLATE On/Off Set OFF BE EF 03 06 00 BF D8 01 00 23 30 00 00
ON BE EF 03 06 00 2F D9 01 00 23 30 01 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 8C D8 02 00 23 30 00 00
CLOSED CAPTION
DISPLAY
Set OFF BE EF 03 06 00 FA 62 01 00 00 37 00 00
ON BE EF 03 06 00 6A 63 01 00 00 37 01 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 C9 62 02 00 00 37 00 00
CLOSED CAPTION
MODE
Set CAPTIONS BE EF 03 06 00 06 63 01 00 01 37 00 00
TEXT BE EF 03 06 00 96 62 01 00 01 37 01 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 35 63 02 00 01 37 00 00
83
CP-X10000 ( P6X ) / CP-SX12000 ( P6SX )
RS-232C Communication / Network command table
Names Operation Type Header Command Data
CRC Action Type Setting Code
CLOSED CAPTION
CHANNEL
Set 1 BE EF 03 06 00 D2 62 01 00 02 37 01 00
2 BE EF 03 06 00 22 62 01 00 02 37 02 00
3 BE EF 03 06 00 B2 63 01 00 02 37 03 00
4 BE EF 03 06 00 82 61 01 00 02 37 04 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 71 63 02 00 02 37 00 00
SOURCE SKIP
COMPUTER IN 1
Set NORMAL BE EF 03 06 00 FE 78 01 00 20 22 00 00
SKIP BE EF 03 06 00 6E 79 01 00 20 22 01 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 CD 78 02 00 20 22 00 00
SOURCE SKIP
COMPUTER IN 2
Set NORMAL BE EF 03 06 00 CE 79 01 00 24 22 00 00
SKIP BE EF 03 06 00 5E 78 01 00 24 22 01 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 FD 79 02 00 24 22 00 00
SOURCE SKIP
BNC
Set NORMAL BE EF 03 06 00 8A 79 01 00 27 22 00 00
SKIP BE EF 03 06 00 1A 78 01 00 27 22 01 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 B9 79 02 00 27 22 00 00
SOURCE SKIP
HDMI
Set NORMAL BE EF 03 06 00 BA 78 01 00 23 22 00 00
SKIP BE EF 03 06 00 2A 79 01 00 23 22 01 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 89 78 02 00 23 22 00 00
SOURCE SKIP
DVI-D
Set NORMAL BE EF 03 06 00 62 7B 01 00 29 22 00 00
SKIP BE EF 03 06 00 F2 7A 01 00 29 22 01 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 51 7B 02 00 29 22 00 00
SOURCE SKIP
COMPONENT
Set NORMAL BE EF 03 06 00 32 78 01 00 25 22 00 00
SKIP BE EF 03 06 00 A2 79 01 00 25 22 01 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 01 78 02 00 25 22 00 00
SOURCE SKIP
S-VIDEO
Set NORMAL BE EF 03 06 00 46 79 01 00 22 22 00 00
SKIP BE EF 03 06 00 D6 78 01 00 22 22 01 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 75 79 02 00 22 22 00 00
SOURCE SKIP
VIDEO 1
Set NORMAL BE EF 03 06 00 02 79 01 00 21 22 00 00
SKIP BE EF 03 06 00 92 78 01 00 21 22 01 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 31 79 02 00 21 22 00 00
SOURCE SKIP
VIDEO 2
Set NORMAL BE EF 03 06 00 26 7B 01 00 2A 22 00 00
SKIP BE EF 03 06 00 B6 7A 01 00 2A 22 01 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 15 7B 02 00 2A 22 00 00
AUTO SEARCH Set OFF BE EF 03 06 00 B6 D6 01 00 16 20 00 00
ON BE EF 03 06 00 26 D7 01 00 16 20 01 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 85 D6 02 00 16 20 00 00
DIRECT ON Set OFF BE EF 03 06 00 3B 89 01 00 20 31 00 00
ON BE EF 03 06 00 AB 88 01 00 20 31 01 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 08 89 02 00 20 31 00 00
AUTO OFF Get BE EF 03 06 00 08 86 02 00 10 31 00 00
Increment BE EF 03 06 00 6E 86 04 00 10 31 00 00
Decrement BE EF 03 06 00 BF 87 05 00 10 31 00 00
SHUTTER TIMER Set 1h BE EF 03 06 00 27 92 01 00 06 24 01 00
3h BE EF 03 06 00 47 93 01 00 06 24 03 00
6h BE EF 03 06 00 17 90 01 00 06 24 06 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 84 93 02 00 06 24 00 00
LAMP TIME LOW Get BE EF 03 06 00 C2 FF 02 00 90 10 00 00
LAMP TIME HIIGH Get BE EF 03 06 00 2A FD 02 00 9E 10 00 00
LAMP TIME Reset Execute BE EF 03 06 00 58 DC 06 00 30 70 00 00
FILTER TIME LOW Get BE EF 03 06 00 C2 F0 02 00 A0 10 00 00
FILTER TIME HIGH Get BE EF 03 06 00 D6 FC 02 00 9F 10 00 00
FILTER TIME Reset Execute BE EF 03 06 00 98 C6 06 00 40 70 00 00
RS-232C Communication / Network command table
Names Operation Type Header Command Data
CRC Action Type Setting Code
MY BUTTON-1 Set COMPUTER IN 1 BE EF 03 06 00 3A 33 01 00 00 36 00 00
COMPUTER IN 2 BE EF 03 06 00 FA 31 01 00 00 36 04 00
BNC BE EF 03 06 00 0A 31 01 00 00 36 07 00
HDMI BE EF 03 06 00 CA 33 01 00 00 36 03 00
DVI-D BE EF 03 06 00 6A 35 01 00 00 36 09 00
COMPONENT BE EF 03 06 00 6A 30 01 00 00 36 05 00
S-VIDEO BE EF 03 06 00 5A 32 01 00 00 36 02 00
VIDEO 1 BE EF 03 06 00 AA 32 01 00 00 36 01 00
VIDEO 2 BE EF 03 06 00 9A 35 01 00 00 36 0A 00
INFORMATION BE EF 03 06 00 FA 3E 01 00 00 36 10 00
AUTO KEYSTONE
EXECUTE
BE EF 03 06 00 6A 3F 01 00 00 36 11 00
MY MEMORY BE EF 03 06 00 9A 3F 01 00 00 36 12 00
ACTIVE IRIS BE EF 03 06 00 AA 3D 01 00 00 36 15 00
PICTURE MODE BE EF 03 06 00 0A 3E 01 00 00 36 13 00
FILTER RESET BE EF 03 06 00 3A 3C 01 00 00 36 14 00
TEMPLATE BE EF 03 06 00 CA 39 01 00 00 36 1B 00
PbyP SWAP BE EF 03 06 00 5A 38 01 00 00 36 1A 00
LENS MEMORY-1 BE EF 03 06 00 CA 27 01 00 00 36 33 00
LENS MEMORY-2 BE EF 03 06 00 FA 25 01 00 00 36 34 00
LENS MEMORY-3 BE EF 03 06 00 6A 24 01 00 00 36 35 00
MY IMAGE BE EF 03 06 00 5A 3D 01 00 00 36 16 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 09 33 02 00 00 36 00 00
MY BUTTON-2 Set COMPUTER IN 1 BE EF 03 06 00 C6 32 01 00 01 36 00 00
COMPUTER IN 2 BE EF 03 06 00 06 30 01 00 01 36 04 00
BNC BE EF 03 06 00 F6 30 01 00 01 36 07 00
HDMI BE EF 03 06 00 36 32 01 00 01 36 03 00
DVI-D BE EF 03 06 00 96 34 01 00 01 36 09 00
COMPONENT BE EF 03 06 00 96 31 01 00 01 36 05 00
S-VIDEO BE EF 03 06 00 A6 33 01 00 01 36 02 00
VIDEO 1 BE EF 03 06 00 56 33 01 00 01 36 01 00
VIDEO 2 BE EF 03 06 00 66 34 01 00 01 36 0A 00
INFORMATION BE EF 03 06 00 06 3F 01 00 01 36 10 00
AUTO KEYSTONE
EXECUTE
BE EF 03 06 00 96 3E 01 00 01 36 11 00
MY MEMORY BE EF 03 06 00 66 3E 01 00 01 36 12 00
ACTIVE IRIS BE EF 03 06 00 56 3C 01 00 01 36 15 00
PICTURE MODE BE EF 03 06 00 F6 3F 01 00 01 36 13 00
FILTER RESET BE EF 03 06 00 C6 3D 01 00 01 36 14 00
TEMPLATE BE EF 03 06 00 36 38 01 00 01 36 1B 00
PbyP SWAP BE EF 03 06 00 A6 39 01 00 01 36 1A 00
LENS MEMORY-1 BE EF 03 06 00 36 26 01 00 01 36 33 00
LENS MEMORY-2 BE EF 03 06 00 06 24 01 00 01 36 34 00
LENS MEMORY-3 BE EF 03 06 00 96 25 01 00 01 36 35 00
MY IMAGE BE EF 03 06 00 A6 3C 01 00 01 36 16 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 F5 32 02 00 01 36 00 00
MY BUTTON-3 Set COMPUTER IN 1 BE EF 03 06 00 82 32 01 00 02 36 00 00
COMPUTER IN 2 BE EF 03 06 00 42 30 01 00 02 36 04 00
BNC BE EF 03 06 00 B2 30 01 00 02 36 07 00
HDMI BE EF 03 06 00 72 32 01 00 02 36 03 00
84
CP-X10000 ( P6X ) / CP-SX12000 ( P6SX )
RS-232C Communication / Network command table
Names Operation Type Header Command Data
CRC Action Type Setting Code
MY BUTTON-3 Set DVI-D BE EF 03 06 00 D2 34 01 00 02 36 09 00
COMPONENT BE EF 03 06 00 D2 31 01 00 02 36 05 00
S-VIDEO BE EF 03 06 00 E2 33 01 00 02 36 02 00
VIDEO 1 BE EF 03 06 00 12 33 01 00 02 36 01 00
VIDEO 2 BE EF 03 06 00 22 34 01 00 02 36 0A 00
INFORMATION BE EF 03 06 00 42 3F 01 00 02 36 10 00
AUTO KEYSTONE
EXECUTE
BE EF 03 06 00 D2 3E 01 00 02 36 11 00
MY MEMORY BE EF 03 06 00 22 3E 01 00 02 36 12 00
ACTIVE IRIS BE EF 03 06 00 12 3C 01 00 02 36 15 00
PICTURE MODE BE EF 03 06 00 B2 3F 01 00 02 36 13 00
FILTER RESET BE EF 03 06 00 82 3D 01 00 02 36 14 00
TEMPLATE BE EF 03 06 00 72 38 01 00 02 36 1B 00
PbyP SWAP BE EF 03 06 00 E2 39 01 00 02 36 1A 00
LENS MEMORY-1 BE EF 03 06 00 72 26 01 00 02 36 33 00
LENS MEMORY-2 BE EF 03 06 00 42 24 01 00 02 36 34 00
LENS MEMORY-3 BE EF 03 06 00 D2 25 01 00 02 36 35 00
MY IMAGE BE EF 03 06 00 E2 3C 01 00 02 36 16 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 B1 32 02 00 02 36 00 00
MY BUTTON-4 Set COMPUTER IN 1 BE EF 03 06 00 7E 33 01 00 03 36 00 00
COMPUTER IN 2 BE EF 03 06 00 BE 31 01 00 03 36 04 00
BNC BE EF 03 06 00 4E 31 01 00 03 36 07 00
HDMI BE EF 03 06 00 8E 33 01 00 03 36 03 00
DVI-D BE EF 03 06 00 2E 35 01 00 03 36 09 00
COMPONENT BE EF 03 06 00 2E 30 01 00 03 36 05 00
S-VIDEO BE EF 03 06 00 1E 32 01 00 03 36 02 00
VIDEO 1 BE EF 03 06 00 EE 32 01 00 03 36 01 00
VIDEO 2 BE EF 03 06 00 DE 35 01 00 03 36 0A 00
INFORMATION BE EF 03 06 00 BE 3E 01 00 03 36 10 00
AUTO KEYSTONE
EXECUTE
BE EF 03 06 00 2E 3F 01 00 03 36 11 00
MY MEMORY BE EF 03 06 00 DE 3F 01 00 03 36 12 00
ACTIVE IRIS BE EF 03 06 00 EE 3D 01 00 03 36 15 00
PICTURE MODE BE EF 03 06 00 4E 3E 01 00 03 36 13 00
FILTER RESET BE EF 03 06 00 7E 3C 01 00 03 36 14 00
TEMPLATE BE EF 03 06 00 8E 39 01 00 03 36 1B 00
PbyP SWAP BE EF 03 06 00 1E 38 01 00 03 36 1A 00
LENS MEMORY-1 BE EF 03 06 00 8E 27 01 00 03 36 33 00
LENS MEMORY-2 BE EF 03 06 00 BE 25 01 00 03 36 34 00
LENS MEMORY-3 BE EF 03 06 00 2E 24 01 00 03 36 35 00
MY IMAGE BE EF 03 06 00 1E 3D 01 00 03 36 16 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 4D 33 02 00 03 36 00 00
MY SOURCE Set COMPUTER IN 1 BE EF 03 06 00 FA 38 01 00 20 36 00 00
COMPUTER IN 2 BE EF 03 06 00 3A 3A 01 00 20 36 04 00
BNC BE EF 03 06 00 CA 3A 01 00 20 36 07 00
HDMI BE EF 03 06 00 0A 38 01 00 20 36 03 00
DVI-D BE EF 03 06 00 AA 3E 01 00 20 36 09 00
COMPONENT BE EF 03 06 00 AA 3B 01 00 20 36 05 00
S-VIDEO BE EF 03 06 00 9A 39 01 00 20 36 02 00
VIDEO 1 BE EF 03 06 00 6A 39 01 00 20 36 01 00
VIDEO 2 BE EF 03 06 00 5A 3E 01 00 20 36 0A 00
RS-232C Communication / Network command table
Names Operation Type Header Command Data
CRC Action Type Setting Code
MY SOURCE Get BE EF 03 06 00 C9 38 02 00 20 36 00 00
MY IMAGE Set OFF BE EF 03 06 00 3A C3 01 00 00 35 00 00
IMAGE-1 BE EF 03 06 00 AA C2 01 00 00 35 01 00
IMAGE-2 BE EF 03 06 00 5A C2 01 00 00 35 02 00
IMAGE-3 BE EF 03 06 00 CA C3 01 00 00 35 03 00
IMAGE-4 BE EF 03 06 00 FA C1 01 00 00 35 04 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 09 C3 02 00 00 35 00 00
MY IMAGE IMAGE-1
Delete
Execute BE EF 03 06 00 71 C3 06 00 01 35 00 00
MY IMAGE IMAGE-2
Delete
Execute BE EF 03 06 00 35 C3 06 00 02 35 00 00
MY IMAGE IMAGE-3
Delete
Execute BE EF 03 06 00 C9 C2 06 00 03 35 00 00
MY IMAGE IMAGE-4
Delete
Execute BE EF 03 06 00 BD C3 06 00 04 35 00 00
REMOTE FRONT Set Off BE EF 03 06 00 FF 32 01 00 00 26 00 00
On BE EF 03 06 00 6F 33 01 00 00 26 01 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 CC 32 02 00 00 26 00 00
REMOTE REAR Set Off BE EF 03 06 00 03 33 01 00 01 26 00 00
On BE EF 03 06 00 93 32 01 00 01 26 01 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 30 33 02 00 01 26 00 00
REMOTE TOP Set Off BE EF 03 06 00 47 33 01 00 02 26 00 00
On BE EF 03 06 00 D7 32 01 00 02 26 01 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 74 33 02 00 02 26 00 00
REMOTE ID Set ALL BE EF 03 06 00 9F 30 01 00 08 26 00 00
1 BE EF 03 06 00 0F 31 01 00 08 26 01 00
2 BE EF 03 06 00 FF 31 01 00 08 26 02 00
3 BE EF 03 06 00 6F 30 01 00 08 26 03 00
4 BE EF 03 06 00 5F 32 01 00 08 26 04 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 AC 30 02 00 08 26 00 00
REMOTE FREQUENCY
NORMAL
Set Disable BE EF 03 06 00 FF 3D 01 00 30 26 00 00
Enable BE EF 03 06 00 6F 3C 01 00 30 26 01 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 CC 3D 02 00 30 26 00 00
REMOTE FREQUENCY
HIGH
Set Disable BE EF 03 06 00 03 3C 01 00 31 26 00 00
Enable BE EF 03 06 00 93 3D 01 00 31 26 01 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 30 3C 02 00 31 26 00 00
FOCUS Increment BE EF 03 06 00 6A 93 04 00 00 24 00 00
Decrement BE EF 03 06 00 BB 92 05 00 00 24 00 00
ZOOM Increment BE EF 03 06 00 96 92 04 00 01 24 00 00
Decrement BE EF 03 06 00 47 93 05 00 01 24 00 00
LENS SHIFT -V Increment BE EF 03 06 00 D2 92 04 00 02 24 00 00
Decrement BE EF 03 06 00 03 93 05 00 02 24 00 00
LENS SHIFT -H Increment BE EF 03 06 00 2E 93 04 00 03 24 00 00
Decrement BE EF 03 06 00 FF 92 05 00 03 24 00 00
LENS SHIFT
CENTERING
Execute BE EF 03 06 00 B8 93 06 00 04 24 00 00
85
CP-X10000 ( P6X ) / CP-SX12000 ( P6SX )
Names Operation Type Header Command Data
CRC Action Type Setting Code
RS-232C Communication / Network command table
LENS MEMORY INDEX Set 1 BE EF 03 06 00 4B 92 01 00 07 24 00 00
2 BE EF 03 06 00 DB 93 01 00 07 24 01 00
3 BE EF 03 06 00 2B 93 01 00 07 24 02 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 78 92 02 00 07 24 00 00
LENS MEMORY LOAD Execute BE EF 03 06 00 E8 90 06 00 08 24 00 00
LENS MEMORY SAVE Execute BE EF 03 06 00 14 91 06 00 09 24 00 00
LENS MEMORY CLEAR Execute BE EF 03 06 00 50 91 06 00 0A 24 00 00
LENS MEMORY FOCUS
Get BE EF 03 06 00 28 91 02 00 0B 24 00 00
LENS MEMORY ZOOM Get BE EF 03 06 00 5C 90 02 00 0C 24 00 00
LENS MEMORY
LENS SHIFT -V
Get BE EF 03 06 00 A0 91 02 00 0D 24 00 00
LENS MEMORY
LENS SHIFT -H
Get BE EF 03 06 00 E4 91 02 00 0E 24 00 00
LENS MEMORY
LENS TYPE
Get BE EF 03 06 00 18 90 02 00 0F 24 00 00
MAGNIFY Get BE EF 03 06 00 7C D2 02 00 07 30 00 00
Increment BE EF 03 06 00 1A D2 04 00 07 30 00 00
Decrement BE EF 03 06 00 CB D3 05 00 07 30 00 00
FREEZE Set NORMAL BE EF 03 06 00 83 D2 01 00 02 30 00 00
FREEZE BE EF 03 06 00 13 D3 01 00 02 30 01 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 B0 D2 02 00 02 30 00 00
SHUTTER Set OFF BE EF 03 06 00 F3 93 01 00 05 24 00 00
ON BE EF 03 06 00 63 92 01 00 05 24 01 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 C0 93 02 00 05 24 00 00
PbyP Set OFF BE EF 03 06 00 3E 26 01 00 10 23 00 00
ON BE EF 03 06 00 AE 27 01 00 10 23 01 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 0D 26 02 00 10 23 00 00
PbyP RIGHT SOURCE Set COMPUTER IN 1 BE EF 03 06 00 86 27 01 00 12 23 00 00
COMPUTER IN 2 BE EF 03 06 00 46 25 01 00 12 23 04 00
BNC BE EF 03 06 00 B6 25 01 00 12 23 07 00
HDMI BE EF 03 06 00 76 27 01 00 12 23 03 00
DVI-D BE EF 03 06 00 D6 21 01 00 12 23 09 00
COMPONENT BE EF 03 06 00 D6 24 01 00 12 23 05 00
S-VIDEO BE EF 03 06 00 E6 26 01 00 12 23 02 00
VIDEO 1 BE EF 03 06 00 16 26 01 00 12 23 01 00
VIDEO 2 BE EF 03 06 00 26 21 01 00 12 23 0A 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 B5 27 02 00 12 23 00 00
PbyP MAIN AREA Set LEFT BE EF 03 06 00 7A 26 01 00 13 23 00 00
RIGHT BE EF 03 06 00 EA 27 01 00 13 23 01 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 49 26 02 00 13 23 00 00
PbyP LEFT SOURCE Set COMPUTER IN 1 BE EF 03 06 00 F2 26 01 00 15 23 00 00
COMPUTER IN 2 BE EF 03 06 00 32 24 01 00 15 23 04 00
BNC BE EF 03 06 00 C2 24 01 00 15 23 07 00
HDMI BE EF 03 06 00 02 26 01 00 15 23 03 00
DVI-D BE EF 03 06 00 A2 20 01 00 15 23 09 00
COMPONENT BE EF 03 06 00 A2 25 01 00 15 23 05 00
S-VIDEO BE EF 03 06 00 92 27 01 00 15 23 02 00
VIDEO 1 BE EF 03 06 00 62 27 01 00 15 23 01 00
VIDEO 2 BE EF 03 06 00 52 20 01 00 15 23 0A 00
Get BE EF 03 06 00 C1 26 02 00 15 23 00 00
PbyP SWAP Execute BE EF 03 06 00 01 27 06 00 16 23 00 00
SM0319
Block Diagram
HDMI Reciever
SIL9125
A/D Converter
MST3560M-
LT-170
10-bit
10-bit
10-bit10-bit
10-bit
12-bit
12-bit
12-bit
12-bit
12-bit
12-bit
D
A
RXD1/
TXD1 RXD2/
TXD2
In
e-shot
Out
HDMI in
DVI-I in
RGB1 in
RGB2 in
BNC in
RGB out
CVBS in
CVBS in
(BNC)
S-Video in
Wired
RS-232C in
RS-232C
Component
in
AMP
Selector
AMP
Selector
32M FLASH
64M SDRAM
128M DDR
Video Decoder
ADV7800-150
Network CPU
NS7520
RS232C Driver
ADM202
I/O Expander
TE7783
Motor Driver
TE7783
Zoom / Focus /
Lens sift (H,V)
SELECT
ER
Motor Driver
TB6593
Motor Driver
BA6287
Iris Shutter
RXD0/
TXD0
CPU
Image
Processor
PW388B
TG
CXD3540
(Master)
I/O Expander
STMPE801
256K EEPROM
32M FLASH
256M DDR
Regulator
FAN (7pcs)
256M DDR
256M DDR
256M DDR
POWER UNIT (CIRCUIT)
POWER UNIT (BALLAST)
S/H CXA7009
R
S/H CXA7009
R
S/H CXA7009
G
S/H CXA7009
G
S/H CXA7009
B
S/H CXA7009
B
SONY
PANEL
R
SONY
PANEL
G
SONY
PANEL
B
SM0319
POWER UNIT BALLAST
SM0319 P0WER UNIT (CIRCUIT)1
SM0319 POWER UNIT (CIRCUIT)2
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
4
5
3
2
1
4
6
5
2
8
7
3
1
2
34
21
G2G1
1005
RJ92
3.3k
1005
RJC8
100
+5V
1005
RJC4
100
GND1
1005
RJD0
2.2k
GND1
1005
RJC5
100
1005
RJC6
100
GND1
EJ05
3175-09M
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
G1
G2
1005
RJC9
100
1005
RJ91
2.2k
1005
RJC7
100
IJ07
ADM202EARNZ
C1+
V+
C1-
C2+
C2-
V-
T2OUT
R2IN R2OUT
T2IN
T1IN
R1OUT
R1IN
T1OUT
GND
VCC
EJ06
3175-09M
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
G1
G2
1005
RJ93
3.3k
1608
LJ25
600
1005
RJC2
10k
CJ27
1005
100p-C
1608
LJ26
600
CJ28
1005
100p-C
QJ13
DTC114EE
1005
RJC1
10k
1005
RJC3
10k
2125
RJC0
47
CJ29
1005
100p-C
1608
LJ24
600
+5V
GND1
IJ08
TC7SZ125FU
G
IN_A
GND OUT_Y
VCC
EJ07
HSJ1003-01-010
CJ47
1005
0.1/10
1005
RJD1
100
CJ48
1005
100p-C
APJ31
APJ32
APJ33
APJ34
APJ36
APJ37
APJ38
APJ39
APJ40
APJ35
APJ43
APJ44
APJ45
APJ42
APJ41
2125
LJ27
SC200JT
2125
LJ22
SC200JT
2125
LJ21
SC200JT
2125
LJ23
SC200JT
EJ25
LAP5100-0705F
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
2125
LJ46
SC100JT
GND1
GND1
QJ45
2SC4617
1005
RJM9
470
1005
RJN0
0
GND1
1005
RJP2
68k
2125
LJ45
SC100JT
GND1
GND1
1005
RJN2
0
GND1
1005
RJN9
56k
1005
RJM1
0
GND1
1005
RJM0
100
1005
RJP1
68k
1005
RJM7
100
+5V
1005
RJM4
0
1005
RJM6
360-1%
CJ67
2125
10/10
RJN6
75-1%
APY_S
QJ44
2SC4617
RJN5
75-1%
CJ65
1005
0.1/10
CJ64
1005
0.1/10
CJ93
2125
10/10
1005
RJP0
56k
GND1
RJN4
75-1%
CJ68
1005
0.1/10
1005
RJM3
0
APCVBS2
1005
RJN1
470
GND1GND1
+5V
1005
RJN7
56k
QJ46
2SC4617 GND1
1005
RJN3
0
1005
RJN8
68k
1005
RJL9
100
CJ66
2125
10/10
GND1
2125
LJ41
SC100JT
APG08
GND1
APC_S
DJ42
1SS355
DJ41
1SS355
GND1
DJ45
1SS355
DJ44
1SS355
DJ48
1SS355
DJ47
1SS355
GND1
DJ61
1SS355
DJ62
1SS355
GND1
1005
RJD2
100
CJ46
2125
10/6.3
CJ49
1005
0.1/16
CJ24
1005
0.1/16
CJ30
1005
0.1/16
CJ25
1005
0.1/16
CJ26
1005
0.1/16
DJ63
1SS355
DJ64
1SS355
APJ46
1608
LJ28
600
GND1
APJ01
APJ03
APJ05
APJ07
APJ09
APJ11
APJ13
APJ15
APJ17
APJ19
APJ02
APJ04
APJ06
APJ08
APJ10
APJ12
APJ14
APJ16
APJ18
APJ20
APJ21
EJ04
501190-40V
12
34
56
78
910
11 12
13 14
15 16
17 18
19 20
21 22
23 24
25 26
27 28
29 30
31 32
33 34
35 36
37 38
39 40
G1 G2
+5V
DSUB1-R
DSUB1-H
DSUB1-B
DSUB1-G
DSUB1-V
DSUB2-R
DSUB2-H
DSUB2-B
DSUB2-V
DSUB2-G
RD
TD
RD
TD
RS232C
INPUT
RS232C
OUTPUT
TX(232C OUT)
RX(232C OUT)
RX(232C IN)
Wired RC
CVBS
TX(232C IN)
S_Y
WiredRCSW
S_C
Wired-RM-3.5(IN)
Wired-RM-3.5(OUT)
C_S
Y_S
S-video
CVBS
YC
GND GND
RX(232C IN) TX(232C IN)
GND GND
RX(232C OUT) TX(232C OUT)
GNDGND
Wired RC SW Wired RC
GND GND
S_Y
GND GND
GND GND
GND GND
GND GND
GND GND
GND GND
S_C CVBS
+5V
DSUB1-H
DSUB1-G
DSUB1-V
DSUB1-B
DSUB1-R
DSUB2-V
DSUB2-G
DSUB2-B
DSUB2-H
DSUB2-R
SM0319 PWB ASSEMBLY INPUT-A 2
5
6
7
8
4
3
2
1
5
6
7
8
4
3
2
1
-
+
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+
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-
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10
11
12
13
14
15
16
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
-
+
-
+
+
-
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
1005
RJ05
47k
1005
RJ16
47k
+5V
1005
RJ07
10k
2518
LJ15
10
CJ03
1005
0.1/10
1005
RJ02
56
IJ02
S-24CS02AFJ-TB-G
A0
A1
A2
GNDSDA
SCL
WP
VCC
1005
RJ01
56
1005
RJ12
56
QJ01
DTC114EE
1005
RJ04
0
RJ18
2010
0
1005
RJ20
47k
EJ02
3114-15FA
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
G1
G2
1005
RJ13
56
GND1
CJ01
1005
0.1/10
1005
RJ15
47k 1005
RJ11
56
QJ02
DTC114EE
IJ01
S-24CS02AFJ-TB-G
A0
A1
A2
GNDSDA
SCL
WP
VCC
GND1
1005
RJ06
47k
1005
RJ09
100
1005
RJ14
0
1005
RJ17
10k
RJ08
2010
0
EJ01
3114-15FA
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
G1
G2
1005
RJ03
56
GND1
1005
RJ10
47k
1005
RJ19
100
RJ68
75-1%
RJ66
75-1%
GND1
RJ67
75-1%
CJ06
2125
10/6.3
CJ05
2125
10/6.3
CJ04
2125
10/6.3
GND1
GND1
CJ08
2125
10/6.3
CJ07
2125
10/6.3
CJ09
2125
10/6.3
RJ78
75-1%
RJ80
75-1%
RJ79
75-1%
GND1
1005
RJ52
75-1%
CJ13
1005
1.0p-C
1005
RJ43
560-1%
1005
RJ53
75-1%
GND1
1005
RJ41
560-1%
CJ12
1005
1.0p-C
CJ14
1005
1.0p-C
1005
RJ39
560-1%
1005
RJ36
0
1005
RJ37
0
1005
RJ38
0
GND1
1005
RJ54
75-1%
RJ74
75-1%
GND1
IJ03
EL8302IUZ-T7
INA+
CEA
VS-
CEB
INB+
NC-6
CEC
INC+ INC-
OUTC
NC-11
INB-
OUTB
VS+
OUTA
INA-
RJ75
75-1%
RJ76
75-1%
GND1
GND1
CJ19
2125
10/6.3
1005
RJ28
0
1005
RJ30
01005
RJ29
0
1005
RJ25
100
GND1
1005
RJ26
100
1005
RJ27
0
GND1 1005
RJ58
75-1%
GND1
GND1
CJ18
1005
1.0p-C
GND1
GND1
CJ16
1005
1.0p-C
1005
RJ59
75-1%
1005
RJ31
0
CJ15
2125
10/6.3
1005
RJ49
560-1%
1005
RJ57
75-1%
IJ04
EL8302IUZ-T7
INA+
CEA
VS-
CEB
INB+
NC-6
CEC
INC+ INC-
OUTC
NC-11
INB-
OUTB
VS+
OUTA
INA-
CJ17
1005
1.0p-C
1005
RJ32
0
1005
RJ55
560-1%
1005
RJ33
560-1%
RJ60
75-1%
RJ61
75-1%
GND1
RJ62
75-1%
1005
RJ64
0
1005
RJ65
0
1005
RJ63
0
DJ02
1SS355
GND1
DJ03
1SS355
DJ05
1SS355
DJ04
1SS355
DJ06
1SS355
DJ01
1SS355
DJ09
1SS355
GND1
DJ10
1SS355
DJ12
1SS355
DJ11
1SS355
DJ13
1SS355
DJ08
1SS355
2518
LJ16
10
CJ10
47/6.3
MVK/SKV
CJ11
2125
10/6.3
GND1
+5V
RJT3
150-1%
RJT2
150-1%
RJT1
150-1%
GND1
RJT6
0
RJT5
0
RJT4
0
RJU4
150-1%
RJU3
150-1%
GND1
RJU5
150-1%
RJU6
0
RJU7
0
RJU8
0
2125
LJ10
SC100JT
2125
LJ11
SC100JT
2125
LJ08
SC100JT
2125
LJ13
SC100JT
2125
LJ01
SC100JT
2125
LJ05
SC100JT
2125
LJ14
SC100JT
2125
LJ07
SC100JT
2125
LJ12
SC100JT
2125
LJ06
SC100JT
2125
LJ09
SC100JT
2125
LJ02
SC100JT
2125
LJ04
SC100JT
APJB1
APJG1
APJR1
APJDA1
APJH1
APJV1
APJCK1
APJCK2
APJV2
APJGD2
APJDA2
APJH2
APJB2
APJR2
APJG2
APJGD1
1005
RJT7
0
1005
RJT8
0
2125
LJ03
SC100JT
CJ02
2125
10/6.3
DSUB1-B
DSUB1-G
DSUB1-R
DSUB1-H
DSUB1-V
DSUB2-B
DSUB2-G
DSUB2-R
DSUB2-H
DSUB2-V
DJ73
UDZS6.2B
DJ74
UDZS6.2B
DJ76
UDZS6.2B
DJ75
UDZS6.2B
1005
RJ83
100k
1005
RJ82
100k
1005
RJ81
100k
1005
RJ40
560-1%
1005
RJ42
560-1%
1005
RJ51
560-1%
1005
RJT9
0
1005
RJ50
560-1%
1005
RJ56
560-1%
1005
RJ48
560-1%
1005
RJU2
0
1005
RJU1
0
1005
RJU0
0
1005
RJ77
33k
1005
RJ72
33k
1005
RJ73
33k
1005
RJ70
100k
1005
RJ69
100k
1005
RJ71
100k
1005
RJ86
33k
1005
RJ85
33k
1005
RJ84
33k
Dsub1-G
R
Dsub1-B
Vsync
Dsub1-R
GND-R
G/Y
Dsub2-H
GND
Dsub2-V
BHsync
RGB IN 2(D-Sub2)DDC for RGB2(D-Sub2)
DDC for RGB1(D-Sub1)
(AnalogLine)
GND-B
RGB IN 1(D-Sub1)
GND-G/Y
GND-R
SCL GND
B
SCL
Hsync
GND
GND-G/Y
PLUG
SDA
SDA
Dsub2-G
PLUG
Dsub2-B
R
Dsub2-R
Vsync
GND
GND-B
Dsub1-H
Dsub1-V
G/Y
(AnalogLine)
SM0319PWB ASSEMBLY INPUT-A 1
-
+
-
+
+
-
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
V
H
B
G
R
APJGD3
EJ17
BNC-01H
E
H
NC
S
1005
RJG6
75-1%
GND1
RJG9
75-1%
GND1
1005
RJH4
0
1005
RJF9
0
1005
RJF8
0
GND1
IJ10
EL8302IUZ-T7
INA+
CEA
VS-
CEB
INB+
NC-6
CEC
INC+ INC-
OUTC
NC-11
INB-
OUTB
VS+
OUTA
INA-
RJE3
75-1%
1005
RJF7
0
CJ59
1005
1.0p-C
RJH0
75-1%
1005
RJH2
0
1005
RJG4
560-1%
CJ56
2125
10/6.3
RJE1
75-1%
GND1
GND1
CJ52
2125
10/6.3
RJE2
75-1%
GND1
RJH1
75-1%
+5V
GND1
CJ57
1005
1.0p-C
GND1
1005
RJG2
560-1%
CJ51
2125
10/6.3
1005
RJF6
100
CJ53
2125
10/6.3
1005
RJG0
560-1%
1005
RJG7
75-1%
1005
RJH3
0
CJ58
1005
1.0p-C
1005
RJG8
75-1%
EJ18
501568-13H
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
G1
G2
GND1
1005
RJH5
100
RJI0
75-1%
GND1
1005
RJH8
470
GND1
+5V
1005
RJH9
0
GND1
1005
RJI1
56k
CJ55
1005
0.1/10
QJ34
2SC4617
1005
RJI2
68k
GND1
CJ54
2125
10/10
DJ22
1SS355
GND1
DJ23
1SS355
DJ25
1SS355
DJ24
1SS355
DJ26
1SS355
DJ21
1SS355
RJV2
150-1%
RJV3
150-1%
RJV1
150-1%
GND1
RJV4
0
RJV5
0
RJV6
0
1005
RJH6
0
2125
LJ51
SC100JT
2125
LJ53
SC100JT
2125
LJ52
SC100JT
2125
LJ56
SC100JT
2125
LJ55
SC100JT
2125
LJ54
SC100JT
APJCV1
APJR3
APJV3
APJG3
APJB3
APJH3
APJ51
APJ52
APJ53
APJ54
APJ55
APJ56
APJ57
+5V
APJ58
GND1
DJ31
1SS355
DJ32
1SS355
GND1
EJ16
BNC-05H
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
DJ71
UDZS6.2B
DJ72
UDZS6.2B
1005
RJG1
560-1%
1005
RJG3
560-1%
1005
RJG5
560-1%
1005
RJV7
0
1005
RJV8
0
1005
RJV9
0
1005
RJE9
33k
1005
RJE8
33k
1005
RJE7
33k 1005
RJE5
100k
1005
RJE4
100k
1005
RJE6
100k
Hsync
Vsync
B/Cb/Pb
R/Cr/Pr
G/Y
RGB IN 3(BNC)
CVBS(BNC)
GND
GND
VSync (5BNC)
Analog Red (5BNC)
GND
HSync (5BNC)
GND
Analog Green (5BNC)
CVBS(1BNC)
Analog Blue (5BNC)
+5V
GND
GND
SM0319 PWB ASSEMBLY INPUT-B
G2G1
4
6
5
2
8
7
3
1
W
R
W
R
W
R
-
+
-
+
+
-
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
4.4V
EJ20
501571-30H
12
34
56
78
910
11 12
13 14
15 16
17 18
19 20
21 22
23 24
25 26
27 28
29 30
G1 G2
1005
RJS1
180k
GND1
GND1
CJ84
1005
220p
CJ72
1005
100p-C
1608
LJ31
600
CJ90
2125
4.7/16
CJ71
1005
100p-C
1005
RJQ6
120k
CJ78
2125
4.7/16
1005
RJR8
10k
1608
LJ32
600
1005
RJP7 100
1608
LJ34
600
1005
RJQ3
120k
CJ74
1005
100p-C
CJ70
1005
100p-C
GND1
CJ87
1005
220p
1005
RJR5
10k
1005
RJQ0
100
1005
RJP4
180k
1005
RJQ9
150k
CJ81
2125
4.7/16
GND1
1608
LJ47
600
1005
RJR2
150k
GND1
CJ88
1005
220p
1005
RJP5
180k
1005
RJQ7
120k
1005
RJS2
180k
CJ85
1005
220p
1005
RJR0
150k 1005
RJQ4
120k
1005
RJP8 100
1005
RJR3
150k
CJ82
2125
4.7/16
1005
RJR6
10k
1005
RJQ1
100
GND1
CJ79
2125
4.7/16
1005
RJR9
10k
CJ89
1005
220p
1608
LJ33
600
1005
RJP6
180k
1005
RJQ8
120k
1005
RJP3
180k
CJ86
1005
220p
1005
RJR1
150k
CJ75
1005
100p-C
1005
RJQ5
120k
1608
LJ36
600
1005
RJP9 100
1005
RJR4
150k
CJ83
2125
4.7/16
1005
RJR7
10k
GND1
1005
RJQ2
100
GND1
CJ80
2125
4.7/16
1005
RJS0
10k
CJ73
1005
100p-C
1608
LJ37
600
1608
LJ38
600
GND1
CJ76
1005
100p-C
CJ77
1005
100p-C
EJ19
UBR23-4K2J00
1
2
3
4
G1
G2
GND1
CJ61
2125
10/6.3
1005
RJL6
0
RJK2
75-1%
1005
RJL7
0
1005
RJL8
0
RJK3
75-1%
CJ63
2125
10/6.3
RJK1
75-1%
CJ62
2125
10/6.3
GND1GND1
+5V
2125
LJ42
SC100JT
2125
LJ43
SC100JT
2125
LJ44
SC100JT
APCr
APVAL
APVAR
APCb
APYC-Y1
APJ61
APJ64
APJ63
APJ62
APGD6
APJ66
APJ65
APJ68
APJ67
APG09
APAOR
APAOL
CJ94
1005
0.1/10
CJ95
1005
0.1/10
CJ96
1005
0.1/10
QJ47
2SC4617
QJ50
2SC4617
QJ48
2SC4617
QJ51
2SC4617
QJ49
2SC4617
QJ52
2SC4617
APJ81 APJ82
APJ98
APJ70
2125
LJ40
SC100JT
2125
LJ35
SC100JT
2125
LJ39
SC100JT
1005
RJ96 180k
1005
RJB9
0
1005
RJA5
10k
CJ34
1005
100p-C
CJ22
1005
0.1/10
CJ38 1005
220p
1005
RJA9
100
CJ44
2125
2.2/10
QJ19
2SC4617
QJ16
2SC4617
APJ27
1005
RJB5 0
GND1
2125
LJ49
SC200JT
CJ32
1005
100p-C
QJ15
2SC4617
1005
RJA7
0
1005
RJB6 0
2125
LJ29
SC200JT
1005
RJA6
0
1005
RJD3
150k
1005
RJA2
10k
CJ41
2125
4.7/16
1005
RJ97 180k
2125
LJ20
SC200JT
1005
RJA1
120k
CJ45
2125
2.2/10
QJ18
2SC4617
1005
RJB3
120k
2125
LJ30
SC200JT
CJ37 1005
220p
QJ17
2SC4617
1005
RJB2
10k
1005
RJA0
150k
GND1
1005
RJA4
150k
GND1
1005
RJB7
4.7k
CJ43 1005
220p
1005
RJB8
4.7k
APJ30
CJ36
2125
4.7/16
CJ23
1005
0.1/10
APJ28
1005
RJ99
100
APJ29
CJ33
1005
100p-C
CJ39
2125
4.7/16
1005
RJB4
10k
GND1
1005
RJA3
120k
QJ14
2SC4617
CJ35
2125
4.7/16
APJ46
EJ08
HSJ1003-01-010
CJ42 1005
220p
1005
RJ98
100
1005
RJ94 180k
1005
RJB1
150k
CJ31
1005
100p-C
1005
RJB0
120k
1005
RJA8
100
1005
RJ95 180k
GND1
EJ24
YKC21-4042V
1
2
3
EJ22
YKC21-4087V
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
DJ51
1SS355
DJ56
1SS355
GND1
DJ52
1SS355
DJ57
1SS355
DJ55
1SS355
DJ54
1SS355
EJ27
501568-08H
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
G1
G2
APJ71
APJ72
APJ73
CJ92
2125
10/10
2518
LJ48
47
GND1
CJ69
1005
0.1/10
+5V
APJ74
APJ93 APJ94
APJ89
APJ95
APJ76
APJ90
APJ77 APJ78
APJ85
APJ91 APJ92
APJ86
APJ99
APJ97
1005
RJW9
0
GND1
1005
RJX6
75-1%
GND1
1005
RJL5
560-1%
1005
RJX4
75-1%
1005
RJL1
560-1%
RJX9
75-1%
1005
RJW8
0
1005
RJL4
0
+5V
RJX7
75-1%
CJW3
1005
1.0p-C
GND1
CJW2
1005
1.0p-C
GND1
1005
RJL0
0
1005
RJL3
560-1%
1005
RJW6
100
GND1
CJW1
1005
1.0p-C
CJ97
2125
10/6.3
IJW1
EL8302IUZ-T7
INA+
CEA
VS-
CEB
INB+
NC-6
CEC
INC+ INC-
OUTC
NC-11
INB-
OUTB
VS+
OUTA
INA-
RJX8
75-1%
1005
RJW7
0
1005
RJL2
0
GND1
1005
RJX5
75-1%
1005
RJW0
0
1005
RJW1
0
1005
RJW2
0
1005
RJW3
150
1005
RJW4
150
1005
RJW5
150
EJ21
LPR6520-G010F
1
2
3
4
1005
RJX3
560-1%
1005
RJX2
560-1%
1005
RJX1
560-1%
1005
RJK8
33k
1005
RJK7
33k
1005
RJK9
33k
1005
RJK5
100k
1005
RJK6
100k
1005
RJK4
100k
GND
Audio out L
Audio in 4 L(S-video)
Audio in 3 L(Comp.) Audio in 3 R(Comp.)
USB+5V
Audio in 4 R(S-video)
Audio out R
USB D+
GND
+8.5V
USB D-
Ch1-cut
GND
GND
+8.5V
Audio in 5 L(CVBS) Audio in 5 R(CVBS)
OUT-R
OUT-L
Audio-out
USB
D+
D-
+5V
3RCA-Cr
3RCA-Y
3RCA-Cb
Audio-in3
Component
Audio-in4
S-video
0.2Vrms
RGB Audio IN2
RGB Audio IN1
Cb
Cr
Y
Audio-in5
CVBS
R
L
R
L
R
L
R
L
Cr
Cb
Y
+5V
Audio in 1L Audio in 1R
Audio in 2RAudio in 2L
GND
GND
GND
GND
SM0319 PWB ASSEMBLY INPUT-C
43
21
43
21
43
21
43
21
43
21
43
21
43
21
43
21
43
21
43
21
43
21
43
21
43
21
5
6
7
8
4
3
2
1
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
CK10
1005
100p-C
CK08
1005
100p-C
CK03
1005
100p-C
CK12
1005
100p-C
CK02
1005
100p-C
CK04
1005
100p-C
CK06
1005
100p-C
CK11
1005
100p-C
CK07
1005
100p-C
CK01
1005
100p-C
CK09
1005
100p-C
CK05
1005
100p-C
GND1
SK05
SKQGABE010
SK04
SKQGABE010
SK01
SKQGABE010
SK02
SKQGABE010
SK06
SKQGABE010
SK03
SKQGABE010
CK17
1005
100p-C
CK14
1005
100p-C
CK13
1005
100p-C
CK18
1005
100p-C
SK08
SKQGABE010
SK09
SKQGABE010
SK07
SKQGABE010
CK15
1005
100p-C
CK16
1005
100p-C
CK23
1005
100p-C
CK20
1005
100p-C
CK19
1005
100p-C
CK24
1005
100p-C
SK11
SKQGABE010
SK12
SKQGABE010
SK10
SKQGABE010
CK21
1005
100p-C
CK22
1005
100p-C
CK26
1005
100p-C
SK13
SKQGABE010
CK25
1005
100p-C
1608
LK04
600
1608
LK02
600
GND1
1608
LK12
600
1608
LK08
600
EK01
501568-12H
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
G1
G2
1608
LK06
600
IK02
SN74CB3T3306DCU
1OE
1A
1B
GND 2A
2B
2OE
Vcc
CK33
1005
0.1/10
1005
RK06
0
1005
RK05
0
GND1
1608
LK10
600
1608
LK07
600
1608
LK09
600
1608
LK01
600
1608
LK11
600
1608
LK05
600
1608
LK03
600
DK07
SML-210MT
DK08
SML-210MT
DK09
SML-210MT
DK10
SML-210MT
DK11
SML-210MT
DK02
SML-210MT
DK12
SML-210MT
DK13
SML-210MT
RK01
2010
330
RK02
2010
330
IK01
STMPE801MTR
VIO
GND
GPIO_0
GPIO_1
GPIO_2
GPIO_3
GPIO_4
GPIO_5GPIO_6
GPIO_7
INT
Reset
CLOCK
Address
DATA
VCC
GND1
CK31
1005
0.1/10
1005
RK03
10k
CK32
1.0/10
1005
RK07
4.7k
1005
RK04
4.7k
APSK07
APSK02
APSK10
APSK06
APSK09
APSK08
APSK03
APSK01
APSK05
APSK04
APSK11
APSK12
DOWN LEFT
RIGHT
POWER COMPUTER UP
SHIFT ZOOM FOCUS
VIDEO DIGITAL MENU BLANK
KEYO-0
KEYI-2
KEYO-1
+3.3V
KEYI-0
GND
KEYI-1
KEYO-2
KEYO-3
KEYI-3
I2CCLK
I2CDAT
KEYO-0
KEYO-1
KEYO-2
KEYO-3
KEYI-0
KEYI-1
KEYI-2
KEYI-3
I2C SLAVE ADRR. 82h
SM0319 PWB ASSEMBLY KEYPAD
AA22
Y26
AA21
AA23
AA24
AA25
AA26
AB23
AA19
AB24
AB22
AB25
AB26
AC25
AC26
AC24
AB19
AB21
AD26
AD25
AE26
AB20
AB18
AC23
AD24
AC22
AB16
AC21
AE25
AF26
AD23
AB17
AC20
AE24
AF25
AD21
AC19
AB15
AE23
AF24
AE22
AD20
AC17
AF23
AE21
AF22
AB14
AD19
AE20
AC16
AF21
AD17
AC15
AD18
AE19
AF20
AB13
AD16
AC14
AE18
AC18
Y25
Y24
AD22
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
DISPLAY PORT
G1
5
6
7
8
4
3
2
1
AE12
AE8
AD8
AF8
AF5
AC5
Y6
AC8
AF9
AB8
AE9
AB10
AD9
AC9
AF10
AC11
AE10
AD10
AC10
AF11
AE11
AD11
AF12
U6
AC1
AC2
AD1
V5
AD2
AC3
AB4
AD3
AA5
AE1
AF1
W5
AE2
AC4
AF2
Y5
AB5
AE3
AD4
AF3
AF4
AE4
AE7
Y23
V26
Y22
W22
W26
W25
W24
W23
AE5
AA6
AD5
AF6
AE16
AF18
AF17
AF16
AE15
AF15
AC12
AD14
AE14
AF14
AC13
AD13
AE13
AF13
AB11
AD12
AD15
AB12
AF19
AE17
AB9
AD7
AC7
I
I/O
I/O
O
O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I/O
I
I
I
I
I
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I
I
O
O
O
I
I/O
MISC
POWER AND GROUND
AA20
AA17
AA16
AA14
AA13
AA11
AA10
AA8
Y21
Y7
W21
W6
T6
N6
K6
G6
F7
AB6
V22
V21
U23
U22
T22
T21
R22
R21
P22
N22
N21
M21
L22
K26
K21
J22
H25
H22
H21
G22
G21
F25
F24
F20
F18
F17
F15
F14
F13
F11
F10
E20
E19
E18
E16
E15
E12
E9
D17
D15
D13
D10
D8
C22
B10
A23
A19
AA18
AA15
AA12
AA9
Y20
V6
U21
R6
P21
M6
L21
J21
J6
G7
F19
F16
F12
F9
V25
D7
AF7
AD6
AC6
AE6
AB7
AA7
V24
U17
U16
U15
U14
U13
U12
U11
U10
T17
T16
T15
T14
T13
T12
T11
T10
R23
R17
R16
R15
R14
R13
R12
R11
R10
P17
P16
P15
P14
P13
P12
P11
P10
N17
N16
N15
N14
N13
N12
N11
N10
M17
M16
M15
M14
M13
M12
M11
M10
L17
L16
L15
L14
L13
L12
L11
L10
K17
K16
K15
K14
K13
K12
K11
K10
G23
G20
D19
C11
B3
I
I
I
I
I
I
INPUT PORT 1
T1
R1
Y4
AB1
U4
AA3
W4
T5
AA2
AA1
Y3
R4
Y2
Y1