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PDF Content Summary: Titan 800 3D series High Brightness Digital Video ProjectorRev A June 2012 USER GUIDES INSTALLATION AND QUICK-START GUIDE CONNECTION GUIDE OPERATING GUIDE 113-083A

Digital Projection Titan 800 3D series ABOUT THESE GUIDES About these Guides Please read this guide carefully before using the projector, and keep it handy for future reference. A serial number is located on the back of the projector. Record it here: Symbols used in these guides Warnings ELECTRICAL WARNING: this symbol indicates that there is a danger of electrical shock unless the instructions are closely followed. WARNING: this symbol indicates that there is a danger of physical injury to yourself and/or damage to the equipment unless the instructions are closely followed. Notes NOTE: this symbol indicates that there is some important information that you should read. Product revision Because we at Digital Projection continually strive to improve our products, we may change specifications and designs, and add new features without prior notice. Projectors built prior to this revision of the Operating Guide may therefore not include all the features described. Rev A June 2012 INSTALLATION AND QUICK-START GUIDE Titan 800 3D series High Brightness Digital Video Projector Rev A June 2012 Digital Projection Titan 800 3D series CONTENTS Installation and Quick-Start Guide CONTENTS What’s in the Box?...............................................................................Inst_1 Getting to Know the Projector....................................................Inst_2 Front and rear views .............................................................................Inst_2 Remote control......................................................................................Inst_2 Control panel indicators.......................................................................Inst_3 Connection panel indicators................................................................Inst_3 Positioning the Screen and Projector....................................Inst_4 Chassis adjustment ..............................................................................Inst_4 Fitting and adjusting the optional Rigging Frame .............................Inst_4 Fitting the Lens .....................................................................................Inst_5 Operating the Projector...................................................................Inst_6 Switching the Projector On ..................................................................Inst_6 Selecting an Input Signal or Test Pattern ...........................................Inst_6 Input signal....................................................................................Inst_6 Test pattern ...................................................................................Inst_6 Adjusting the Lens and Image .............................................................Inst_7 Zoom.............................................................................................Inst_7 Focus ............................................................................................Inst_7 Shift...............................................................................................Inst_7 Picture...........................................................................................Inst_7 Switching the Projector Off..................................................................Inst_7 Rev A June 2012 Digital Projection Titan 800 3D series WHAT'S IN THE BOX? Installation and Quick-Start Guide What’s in the Box? Notes Make sure your box contains everything listed. If any pieces are missing, contact your dealer. You should save the original box and packing materials, in case you ever need to ship your Projector. 4x AAA batteries Remote control

(105-023) User Guides on CD (112-659) Important Information (112-658) Projector Remote cable (102-162) Only one power cable - dependent on the destination territory - will be supplied with the projector.

Power cable, United Kingdom (112-000) Power cable, Europe (112-001) Power cable, North America (112-002)

Rev A June 2012 Page Inst_1 Digital Projection Titan 800 3D series GETTING TO KNOW THE PROJECTOR Installation and Quick-Start Guide

Getting to Know the Projector Front and rear views Control panel Side Remote control Transmit indicator Mains input Lens Front Notes The projector uses the standard Digital Projection infra-red remote control. Only the controls shown highlighted are used on this projector. For full details of how to use the controls and the menu system, see the Operating Guide.

Connection panel Air filters (behind panel) Rear Connection panel Air infra-red window Rear infra-red window (on connection panel) 40° Adjustable feet Air outlets inlets Remote control backlight On/Off 40° Infra-red reception

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Control panel indicators The indicators on the control panel are as follows: Power off = NO POWER green = normal RUNNING mode amber = STANDBY mode Shutter amber = CLOSED green = OPEN Connection panel indicators The indicators on the rear connection panel are as follows: All on = Power-On Self Test Lamps 1-2 off = OFF green = ON (100%) amber = (80 - 99%) flashing green = WARM-UP flashing amber = COOL-DOWN red (projector in standby) = Lamp Comms Error (call service) red (projector on) = Ballast Comms Error (call service) flashing red (projector in standby) = Lamp Error on previous operation flashing red (projector on) = Lamp / Interlock Error Error flashing = Fan / System Error steady = Voltage Error IR blue flash = Remote control command received Inputs The indicators next to the input connectors on both panels are as follows: off = not selected green = input selected, signal detected, and in range flashing green = input selected, but signal not detected or out of range Power Shutter Lamps 1 2 Error IR Notes Only the controls shown highlighted are used on this projector. For full details of how to use the controls and the menu system, see the Operating Guide. For more information about the connection panels, see the Connection Guide.

Rear Connection Panel Side Connection Panel Rev A June 2012 Page Inst_3 Digital Projection Titan 800 3D series POSITIONING THE SCREEN AND PROJECTOR Installation and Quick-Start Guide

Positioning the Screen and Projector • Install the screen, ensuring that it is in the best position for viewing by your audience. • Position the projector, ensuring that it is at a suitable distance from the screen for the image to fill the screen. Chassis adjustment • If the projector is to be operated from a flat surface such as a projector table, then adjustment of projector level should be made by turning the four feet under the chassis. Set the adjustable feet so that the projector is level, and perpendicular to the sceen. Fitting and adjusting the optional Rigging Frame • Remove the four adjustable feet. • Secure the rigging frame to the projector, as shown below, making sure that the cable attachments are at the top. Three screws secure each of the adjuster brackets to a corner handle. Fixing screws Frame couplings Notes Always allow the projector to cool for 5 minutes before disconnecting the power or moving the projector. Ensure that there is at least 30cm (12in) of space between the ventilation outlets and any wall, and 10cm (4in) on all other sides. Do not stack more than 3 projectors. Do not place heavy objects on top of the projector chassis. Only the chassis corners and the rigging frame are capable of withstanding the weight of another projector. Do not place the projector with its front panel down on a surface, as this may damage the lens or the lens release lever. Backup safety chains or wires should always be used with ceiling mount installations. Do not tilt the projector more than ±12° in either direction, in desktop or ceiling mode, when in use, as this may cause serious lamp failure, damage the lamp

Vertical adjusters Horizontal adjuster module and cause extra cost on replacement. Desktop ±12° ±12° • To adjust the pitch, turn either the front pair or the rear pair of vertical adjusters, taking care to turn both adjusters by the same amount. • To adjust the roll, turn either the left pair or the right pair of vertical adjusters, taking care to turn both adjusters by the same amount. • To adjust the yaw, turn the single horizontal adjuster at the front. Pitch Roll Yaw ±12° Ceiling ±12°

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Fitting the Lens • Turn the lens release lever clockwise so that it is pointing upwards, to open the lock fully. • Remove the rear lens cap from the lens. • Insert the lens into the lens aperture, making sure that the plug on the zoom drive mechanism lines up with the socket on the front of the projector, then push the lens in firmly as far as it will go. Lens release lever • Turn the lens release lever anti clockwise to the mid-position. • The lens can now be pushed in further. Push the lens in firmly as far as it will go. • Turn the lens release lever fully anti-clockwise so that it is pointing downwards, to close the lock fully. Notes Always allow the lamp to cool for 5 minutes before: - disconnecting the power - moving the projector The lens release lever should always be set to the locked position to prevent the lens from falling out. Do not place the projector with its front panel down on a surface, as this may damage the lens or the lens release lever.

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Operating the Projector Switching the Projector On • Connect the power cable between the mains supply and the projector. Switch on at the switch next to the power connector. • Wait until the self-test has completed and the standby indicator on the projector control panel shows amber. The lamp will be off and the projector will be in STANDBY mode. • Press on the remote control or the control panel and hold for 3 seconds, to switch the projector ON. The power indicator on the control panel will show green, the lamp will light and the shutter will open. Selecting an Input Signal or Test Pattern Input signal • Connect an image source to the projector. The signal should be automatically detected by the projector, and should be displayed within a two or three seconds. If more than one signal is connected, then select the image you want to display: • Press one of the Input buttons, to on the remote control, or • Open the Main Menu, by pressing . • Select from the Input Selection menu, using the and buttons. Test pattern If you have no image source connected to the projector, then you can display a test pattern instead: • Open the Main Menu, by pressing . • Select Test Pattern from the Input Selection menu, using the and buttons. • Select a pattern from the Test Pattern menu, using the and buttons. • Close the Main Menu, by pressing again. Notes For full details of how to use the controls and the menu system, see the Operating Guide.

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Adjusting the Lens and Image Zoom • Press followed by and to adjust the size of the image on the screen. • When the adjustment is finished, press . Focus • Press followed by and to adjust the focus. • When the adjustment is finished, press . Shift • Press followed by , , and to adjust the position of the image on the screen. • When the adjustment is finished, press . Picture • You can set Brightness, Contrast or Saturation by pressing , or on the remote control. Switching the Projector Off • Press on the remote control or the control panel, and hold for 3 seconds, to switch the projector OFF. The power indicator on the control panel will show amber, the lamp will be off and the projector will be in STANDBY mode. • Switch off at the switch next to the power connector. Disconnect the power cable from the projector. Notes When any of the three Lens adjustment keys is pressed, the blue Transmit indicator on the remote control will light for 10 seconds: - after 10 seconds, if no adjustment has been made, the indicator will go out and the Lens adjustment key must be pressed again to resume adjustment. - to end the adjustment before 10 seconds has elapsed, press the key. - all other adjustments will be locked out until the Lens adjustment is ended. You can use the projector menus to access image and lens settings. For full details of how to use the controls and the menu system, see the Operating Guide. Always allow the lamp to cool for 5 minutes before: - disconnecting the power - moving the projector

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Titan 800 3D series High Brightness Digital Video Projector Rev A June 2012 CONNECTION GUIDE

Digital Projection Titan 800 3D series CONTENTS Connection Guide

CONTENTS Signal Inputs and Outputs ..........................................................Conn_1 Rear Connection Panel......................................................................Conn_1 VGA (input 1) ....................................................................................... Conn_1 HDMI (input 2), DVI (input 3)............................................................... Conn_1 SPDIF.........................................................................................Conn_1 3G-SDI (input 4) .................................................................................. Conn_1 CVBS1 (input 5)................................................................................... Conn_1 S-Video (input 6) ................................................................................. Conn_1 Component (input 7)........................................................................... Conn_1 CVBS2 (input 8)................................................................................... Conn_1 Side Connection Panel ......................................................................Conn_2 DVI (input 9)......................................................................................... Conn_2 DVI/HDMI (input 10)............................................................................ Conn_2 Differences between the two Connection Panels ...........................Conn_2 3D Connections..................................................................................Conn_3 3D sources up to 60Hz requiring frame doubling and left/right interleaving.................................................................................Conn_3 3D sources above 60Hz not requiring frame doubling...............Conn_3 Dual Pipe 3D..............................................................................Conn_3 3D Sync in..................................................................................Conn_3 3D Sync out................................................................................Conn_3 Supported Signal Input Modes.................................................Conn_4 Control Connections .......................................................................Conn_5 Update Port.........................................................................................Conn_5 Service Port ........................................................................................Conn_5 Wired Remote Control .......................................................................Conn_5 RS232 ..................................................................................................Conn_5 LAN......................................................................................................Conn_5 Wiring Details.......................................................................................Conn_6 Signal inputs and outputs .................................................................Conn_6 Component input........................................................................Conn_6 VGA input...................................................................................Conn_6 DVI-I input ..................................................................................Conn_7 HDMI input .................................................................................Conn_8 SPDIF output..............................................................................Conn_8 CVBS inputs...............................................................................Conn_8 S-Video input..............................................................................Conn_9 3G-SDI .......................................................................................Conn_9 Control connections ........................................................................Conn_10 Wired Remote control connection............................................Conn_10 Serial control input ...................................................................Conn_10 LAN connection........................................................................ Conn_11

Rev A June 2012 Digital Projection Titan 800 3D series SIGNAL INPUTS AND OUTPUTS Connection Guide

Signal Inputs and Outputs Rear Connection Panel VGA (input 1) • Use Auto Setup in the Input Settings/Picture/VGA Setup menu. For more settings, see the Operating Guide. HDMI (input 2), DVI (input 3) Analog or Digital DVI-I • Set DVI-I Port in the Global Settings/Input Configuration menu to choose between Analog and Digital. For more settings, see the Operating Guide. SPDIF • Compatible audio sample packets on the HDMI input stream are decoded by the projector and output on the SPDIF connector. This is a digital output. 3G-SDI (input 4) • If two video streams are being transmitted, set 3G Level B Stream in the Input Configuration menu to choose between the two streams. CVBS1 (input 5) • Connect a Composite Video input signal to the BNC connector. S-Video (input 6) • Connect to the 4-pin mini-DIN connector. Component (input 7) RGsB or RGBS • Set Component Colour Space in the Global Settings/Input Configuration menu to RGB. • Set Component Sync Type to Auto, except when the projector has problems selecting between 3 Wire (RGsB) and 4 Wire (RGBS). YPbPr • Set Component Colour Space in the Global Settings/Input Configuration menu to YPbPr. CVBS2 (input 8) • Connect a Composite Video input signal to the RCA phono connector. Notes For a complete listing of pin configurations for all signal and control connectors, see Wiring Details later in this Guide. See the next page for important information about the differences between the two connection panels. Component DVI VGA HDMI SPDIF CVBS1 CVBS2 S-Video 3G-SDI Rear Connection Panel

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Side Connection Panel DVI (input 9) • Single or Dual Link DVI-D input, or • For Twin-Link DVI, Input 9 (DVI) is the Main input, Input 10 (DVI/HDMI) is the Sub input. DVI/HDMI (input 10) • Single HDMI 1.4 input, or • Single or Dual Link DVI-D input, or • For Twin-Link DVI, Input 9 (DVI) is the Main input, Input 10 (DVI/HDMI) is the Sub input. For information about 3D video, see the next page. Differences between the two Connection Panels Inputs 9 and 10 have been designed to give a very high bandwidth digital video path, free of the limitations inherent to standard image processing techniques. As such, the image is pixel-mapped directly to the DMDs, so not all of the Image Controls available to Inputs 1-8 apply to Inputs 9 and 10. Notes For a complete listing of pin configurations for all signal and control connectors, see Wiring Details later in this Guide. DVI Input 9 together: Twin-LInk DVI DVI/HDMI Input 10 Side Connection Panel

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3D Connections 3D sources up to 60Hz requiring frame doubling and left/right interleaving • Connect to any of the Inputs on the Rear Connection Panel. • Set 3D Type in the Input Settings/3D Settings menu to Auto, except when the projector has problems selecting between Sequential, Frame Packing, Top-and Bottom and Side-by-Side (Half). 3D sources above 60Hz not requiring frame doubling • Connect to either of the Inputs on the Side Connection Panel. • Set 3D Type in the Input Settings/3D Settings menu to Auto, except when the projector has problems selecting between Sequential, Frame Packing, Top-and Bottom and Side-by-Side (Half). Dual Pipe 3D • Connect to both of the Inputs on the Side Connection Panel. • Input 9 (DVI) is the left image, and Input 10 (DVI/HDMI) is the right image. 3D Sync in • Sync input signal. 3D Sync out • Sync output signal. This may be affected by the Sync Offset and Output Sync Polarity 3D Sync in 3D Sync out Notes For a complete listing of pin configurations for all signal and control connectors, see Wiring Details later in this Guide. DVI Input 9 together: Dual Pipe 3D DVI/HDMI Input 10

settings in the Input Settings/3D Settings/Glasses Settings menu.Side Connection Panel Projector Video Sync Sync in

3D Server Sync out 3D glasses or Z screen

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Signal Resolution Refresh Rate ( Hz ) Total number of lines Horizontal Frequency (kHz) E TI S OP M OC O E DI V- S T NE N OP M OC A GV I V D I DS

SDTV 480i 720 x 480 60 525 15.73 ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ 576i 720 x 576 50 625 15.63 ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ HDTV 480p 720 x 480 60 525 31.51 ✔ ✔ 576p 720 x 576 50 625 31.25 ✔ ✔ 720p50 1280 x 720 50 750 37.51 ✔ ✔ ✔ 720p60 1280 x 720 60 750 45.00 ✔ ✔ ✔ 1080psf24 1920 x 1080 48 1125 27.00 ✔ ✔ ✔ 1080p24 1920 x 1080 24 1125 27.00 ✔ ✔ ✔ 1080i50 1920 x 1080 50 1125 28.13 ✔ ✔ 1080p25 1920 x 1080 25 1125 28.13 ✔ ✔ ✔ 1080i60 1920 x 1080 60 1125 33.75 ✔ ✔ ✔ 1080p30 1920 x 1080 30 1125 33.75 ✔ ✔ ✔ 1080p50 1920 x 1080 50 1125 56.24 ✔ ✔ 1080p60 1920 x 1080 60 1125 67.48 ✔ ✔ COMPUTER 480p 640 x 480 60 525 31.47 ✔ ✔ VGA72 640 x 480 72 520 37.86 ✔ ✔ VGA75 640 x 480 75 500 37.50 ✔ ✔ SVGA56 800 x 600 56 625 35.16 ✔ ✔ SVGA60 800 x 600 60 628 37.88 ✔ ✔ SVGA72 800 x 600 72 666 48.08 ✔ ✔ XGA60 1024 x 768 60 806 48.36 ✔ ✔ XGA70 1024 x 768 70 806 56.48 ✔ ✔ XGA85 1024 x 768 85 808 68.68 ✔ ✔ WXGA60 1280 x 768 60 798 47.78 ✔ ✔ WXGA+60 1440 x 900 60 934 55.94 ✔ ✔ SXGA60 1280 x 1024 60 1066 63.98 ✔ ✔ SXGA+60 1400 x 1050 60 1089 65.32 ✔ ✔ UXGA60 1600 x 1200 60 1245 75.00 ✔ ✔ VESA1080p 1920 x 1080 60 1120 67.50 ✔ ✔ WUXGA60 1920 x 1200 60 1235 74.038 ✔ ✔ Rev A June 2012 Page Conn_4 Digital Projection Titan 800 3D series CONTROL CONNECTIONS Connection Guide

Control Connections Update Port • The Update Port is used to download via LAN, firmware updates issued from time to time by Digital Projection. Service Port • The Service Port is used to download via USB, firmware updates issued from time to time by Digital Projection. Wired Remote Control • If infrared signals from the remote control cannot reach the projector due to excessive distance or obstructions such as walls or cabinet doors, you can connect an external IR repeater to the Remote control input, and position its IR sensor within range of the operator. • To synchronise the control of multiple projectors, connect the Wired Remote Output of one projector to the Wired Remote Input of another. Note that plugging in the remote control cable will disable the infra-red. RS232 • All of the projector’s features can be controlled via a serial connection, using the text strings described in the External Control Protocol.. • Use a null-modem cable to connect directly to a computer, or a straight cable to connect to a modem. LAN • All of the projector’s features can be controlled via a LAN connection, using the text strings described in the External Control Protocol.. • Alternatively, for details of how to use the Web Configuration Utility to control the projector, see the Operating Guide. • Use a crossed LAN cable to connect directly to a computer, or an uncrossed cable to connect to a network hub. Update Port Wired Remote Input Wired Remote Output RS232 LAN Notes For a complete listing of pin configurations for all signal and control connectors, see Wiring Details later in this Guide. Only one remote connection (RS232 or LAN) should be used at any one time. Service Port Rear Connection Panel

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Wiring Details Signal inputs and outputs Component input 4 x 75 ohm BNC RGsB RGBS YPrPb Pb/B B B Pb/Cb Y/G G + Sync G Y Pr/R R R Pr/Cr SYNC Sync VGA input 15 way D-type connector 1 R 2 G 3 B 4 unused 5 Digital Ground (H Sync) 6 R Ground 7 B Ground 8 G Ground 9 +5v 10 Digital Ground (V Sync/DDC) 11 unused 12 SDA 13 H Sync 14 V Sync 15 SCL Notes For full details of all input settings, see the Global Settings/Input Configuration menu, and the Input Settings Picture menu in the Operating Guide. pin view of female connector

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DVI-I input 24 way D-type connector 1 TMDS Data 2- 2 TMDS Data 2+ 3 TMDS Data 2 Shield 4 unused 5 unused 6 DDC Clock 7 DDC Data 8 unused 9 TMDS Data 1- 10 TMDS Data 1+ 11 TMDS Data 1 Shield 12 unused 13 unused 14 +5 V Power 15 Ground 16 Hot Plug Detect* 17 TMDS Data 0- 18 TMDS Data 0+ 19 TMDS Data 0 Shield 20 unused 21 unused 22 TMDS Clock Shield 23 TMDS Clock+ 24 TMDS Clock- Notes For full details of all input settings, see the Global Settings/Input Configuration menu, and the Input Settings Picture menu in the Operating Guide. pin view of female connector

* Hot plug detect (HPD) is fully DVI compliant. DVI sources detect the presence of a display device by providing +5V on pin 14 and looking for +5V on pin 16. Whenever the projector is operational, and 5V is present on pin 14, pin 16 will be held at +5V. EDID is available even when the projector is switched off. Operational means that the projector is powered up. Non operational states are powered down and some self test and reprogramming modes. High Definition Content Protection (HDCP) is supported on this input. Rev A June 2012 Page Conn_7 Digital Projection Titan 800 3D series WIRING DETAILS Connection Guide

HDMI input 19 way type A connector 1 TMDS Data 2+ 2 TMDS Data 2 Shield 3 TMDS Data 2- 4 TMDS Data 1+ 5 TMDS Data 1 Shield 6 TMDS Data 1- 7 TMDS Data 0+ 8 TMDS Data 0 Shield 9 TMDS Data 0- 10 TMDS Clock+ 11 TMDS Clock Shield 12 TMDS Clock 13 CEC 14 not connected 15 SCL (DDC Clock) 16 SCA (DDC Data) 17 DDC/CEC Ground 18 +5 V Power 19 Hot Plug Detect SPDIF output RCA Phono Digital audio output from the HDMI input stream. CVBS inputs CVBS1: 75 ohm BNC CVBS2: RCA Phono pin view of panel connector Notes For full details of all input settings, see the Global Settings/Input Configuration menu, and the Input Settings Picture menu in the Operating Guide.

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S-Video input 4 pin mini-DIN 1 Y Ground 2 C Ground 3 Luminance (Y) 4 Chrominance (C) 3G-SDI 75 ohm BNC SMPTE 292 / HD-SDI signals are very high speed digital signals which require better quality coaxial cable than conventional analogue video. The data rate is 1.5 Gigabits per second. In choosing cable length and connectors for any installation the frequency response loss in decibels should be proportional to √f, from 1MHz, to 1.5GHz. The following or similar cable specification should be used to ensure fault free communication between source and projector: Belden 8281 cable or equivalent pin view of female connector Notes For full details of all input settings, see the Global Settings/Input Configuration menu, and the Input Settings Picture menu in the Operating Guide.

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Control connections Wired Remote control connection 3.5mm mini jack Tip Power Ring Signal Sleeve Ground Serial control input 1 unused 2 Received Data (RX) 3 Transmitted Data (TX) Tip Sleeve Ring Notes Note that plugging in the remote control cable will disable the infra red. Only one remote connection (RS232 or LAN) should be used at any one time.

4 unused 5 Signal Ground 6 unused 7 unused 8 unused 9 unused Null-modem cable (used to connect the projector to a computer) RX 2 --- 3 TX TX 3 --- 2 RX GND 5 --- 5 GND Serial port settings Baud rate 9,600 bps Data length 8 bits Stop bits one Parity none Flow control none pin view of female connector The projector is a DTE, so use: a straight cable to connect to a modem, or a null-modem cable as shown here to connect to another DTE such as a computer.

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LAN connection TCP Port number 10001 10BaseT Unshielded Twisted Pair cable The standard wire colours as as follows: 1 White / Orange stripe 2 Orange 3 White / Green stripe 4 Blue 5 White / Blue stripe 6 Green 7 White / Brown stripe 8 Brown Crossed cable (used to connect directly to a computer with no hub or network.) (Note that only the green and orange pairs are crossed) 1 White / Orange stripe White / Green stripe 1 2 Orange Green 2 3 White / Green stripe White / Orange stripe 3 4 Blue Blue 4 5 White / Blue stripe White / Blue stripe 5 6 Green Orange 6 7 White / Brown stripe White / Brown stripe 7 8 Brown Brown 8 top view of cable connector (clip is underneath) Notes Only one remote connection (RS232 or LAN) should be used at any one time. For full details of all network settings, see Global Settings/ Network menu, in the Operating Guide. Use: a straight cable to connect to a hub or network, or a crossed cable as shown here to connect ONLY to a computer directly.

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Titan 800 3D series High Brightness Digital Video Projector Rev A June 2012 OPERATING GUIDE

Digital Projection Titan 800 3D series CONTENTS Operating Guide

CONTENTS Using the Menus.................................................................................... Op_1 Menus and sub-menus .......................................................................... Op_1 Drop-down lists ...................................................................................... Op_2 Sliders ..................................................................................................... Op_3 Commands.............................................................................................. Op_3 Editing fields........................................................................................... Op_4 A Tour of the Menus............................................................................ Op_5 Main Menu............................................................................................... Op_5 Lens menu .............................................................................................. Op_6 Zoom.............................................................................................. Op_6 Focus ............................................................................................. Op_6 Calibrate Zoom and Calibrate Focus ............................................. Op_6 Center Lens.................................................................................... Op_6 Nudge............................................................................................. Op_6 Lens Presets .................................................................................. Op_7 Image menu ............................................................................................ Op_8 Video Filters ................................................................................... Op_8 VGA Setup ..................................................................................... Op_8 Color menu ............................................................................................. Op_9 Gamut ............................................................................................ Op_9 Black Level and Gain slides........................................................... Op_9 Geometry menu.................................................................................... Op_10 Size & Position............................................................................. Op_11 Cornerstone ................................................................................. Op_11 Aspect Ratios Explained .............................................................. Op_12 Aspect Ratio Examples for DMD Resolution SX+ (SXGA+)........ Op_13 Aspect Ratio Examples for DMD Resolution 1080p..................... Op_14 Aspect Ratio Examples for DMD Resolution WUXGA................. Op_15 Aspect Ratio Example: TheaterScope ......................................... Op_16 Edge Blend menu................................................................................. Op_17 PIP menu............................................................................................... Op_19 3D menu ................................................................................................ Op_20 Lamps menu ......................................................................................... Op_21 Setup menu........................................................................................... Op_22 Reset Default Settings ................................................................. Op_22 Input Configuration....................................................................... Op_23 Network........................................................................................ Op_24 On Screen Display ....................................................................... Op_25 System ......................................................................................... Op_26 Information menu................................................................................. Op_27 Menu Map ................................................................................................. Op_28 Input Selection...................................................................................... Op_28 Test Pattern........................................................................................... Op_28 Lens....................................................................................................... Op_28 Image..................................................................................................... Op_29 Color...................................................................................................... Op_29 Geometry............................................................................................... Op_30 Edge Blend............................................................................................ Op_31 PIP.......................................................................................................... Op_32 3D........................................................................................................... Op_32 Lamps.................................................................................................... Op_32 Setup ..................................................................................................... Op_33 Information............................................................................................ Op_33 Web Configuration Utility............................................................... Op_34 Menu examples..................................................................................... Op_34 Uploading custom test patterns ......................................................... Op_36 Using the Discovery Tool to view your network................................ Op_37

Rev A June 2012 Digital Projection Titan 800 3D series Operating Guide

Using the Menus Use the buttons on the projector control panel or on the remote control, to access the menu system. • To open or close the on-screen display (OSD), press . Menus and sub-menus • To open a sub-menu, select it using and , then press . • To return to the previous menu, press . Notes Some menu items may not be available due to settings in other menus. These will be grayed out on the actual menu. When a globe icon appears next to a setting, the setting affects all sources and all inputs; otherwise, only the current input source will be affected if you change the setting.

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Digital Projection Titan 800 3D series USING THE MENUS Operating Guide

Drop-down lists To use a drop-down list, press , select an item using and , then press again or press to exit without changing. Notes Some menu items may not be available due to settings in other menus. These will be grayed out on the actual menu. . When a globe icon appears next to a setting, the setting affects all sources and all inputs; otherwise, only the current input source will be affected if you change the setting.

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Digital Projection Titan 800 3D series USING THE MENUS Operating Guide

Sliders To use a slider, press and to adjust it. Commands To use a command, press . In the example below, press to confirm, or press to cancel. Notes Some menu items may not be available due to settings in other menus. These will be grayed out on the actual menu. When a globe icon appears next to a setting, the setting affects all sources and all inputs; otherwise, only the current input source will be affected if you change the setting.

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Editing fields Some features require a text or numeric field to be edited. • To edit a field, first select it using and , then press . • Use and to move the green highlight to the digit or character which is to be changed, then use and to adjust it. • Use and to select the next digit or character. • Press to accept the new value, or press to exit without changing. The highlighted digit is being edited Notes Some menu items may not be available due to settings in other menus. These will be grayed out on the actual menu. When a globe icon appears next to a setting, the setting affects all sources and all inputs; otherwise, only the current input source will be affected if you change the setting.

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A Tour of the Menus Main Menu • Input Selection Select an input source from the drop-down list. • Test Pattern Set Input Selection to Test pattern and then select a test pattern from the drop-down list. • Lens, Image, Color and Geometry Open these sub-menus to access various picture and screen settings. • Edge Blend / PIP PIP and Edge Blend are mutually exclusive modes of operation. When the projector is in Edge Blend mode (as shown in the picture), PIP is not available, and vice versa. • 3D Access 3D settings. • Lamps Select lamp configuration and adjust lamp power. • Setup Adjust Input Configuration, Network, On Screen Display and System settings. • Information View your current configuration. Notes See also Using the Menus earlier in this guide and Menu Map later in this guide. Main Menu You can also select an input source by pressing the following buttons on the remote control: 1 to 9 for inputs 1 to 9, 10+ for input 10 and # for input 11. Test patterns are subject to image controls, so brightness, contrast etc. will affect their appearance on screen. Do not use the provided test patterns for P7. You can upload custom test patterns using a network connection - see Web Configuration Utility later in this guide.

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Lens menu Zoom To move the lens in or out: 1. Select Zoom In or Zoom Out, then press OK . 2. When the image is the desired size, select Zoom Stop then press OK . Focus To adjust the focus: 1. Select Focus Near or Focus Far, then press OK . 2. When the image is correctly focussed, select Focus Stop then press OK . Calibrate Zoom and Calibrate Focus Each time a new lens is fitted into the projector, a calibration procedure must be carried out using these commands. Before you use a newly fitted lens, select Calibrate Zoom and Calibrate Focus in turn and wait until the projector establishes minimum and maximum travel distances. Select one command and allow at least 60 seconds for the calibration to take place, then select the other command. Center Lens To center the lens, select Center Lens and press OK . Nudge To position the image correctly on the screen, use the Nudge controls. Notes Main Menu Lens You can also move the lens, focus and zoom using the keypad: • Press SHIFTfollowed by , , and to shift the lens up, down, left and right. • Press FOCUSfollowed by and to adjust the focus. • Press ZOOM followed by and to zoom in and out. You can also calibrate zoom and focus using the keypad: • Press RPY followed by to calibrate the lens zoom mechanism. • Press RPY followed by to calibrate the lens focus mechanism. Main Menu Lens Nudge

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Lens Presets This menu allows you to save up to five custom lens presets, which you can recall later. Notes Main Menu Lens Lens Presets

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Image menu • Brightness, Contrast, Gamma, Hue and Saturation Set the slider or select from the drop-down list as required, to improve the quality of the image. • Black Level Offset Set this to 0 IRE or 7.5 IRE as required. Video Filters Set the sliders or select from the drop-down list as required, to improve the quality of the image. VGA Setup • Set the Phase slider to correct for shimmering or poor quality definition on, for example, fine text. • Set the Total H Samples slider to match the resolution of the incoming video signal, or Use Auto Setup to allow the projector to detect the appropriate settings automatically. Notes Main Menu Image You can also press , or on the remote control. Hue applies only to NTSC signals. When a new input mode is detected (eg NTSC, HDTV 1080p, SVGA etc), all the Input Settings are saved so that they can be recalled next time that input mode is displayed. Main Menu Image Video Filters Main Menu Image VGA Setup VGA Setup is not available unless a VGA signal is present.

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Color menu Gamut Peak gives you the brightest possible image. Choose HDTV for high definition standards and SDTV for standard definition standards. A value between 3200K and 9000K selects the relevant color temperature. You can upload your own gamut using the Projector Manager software, and then select it from the User 1 and User 2 settings. Black Level and Gain slides Set the slides as required. Notes Main Menu Color

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Geometry menu • Aspect Ratio Choose between Source, Fill Display, Fill & Crop, Anamorphic and TheaterScope. Some devices (eg certain DVD players) pack a 16:9 image into a 4:3 aspect ratio. In such cases to display the image correctly, choose the Anamorphic aspect ratio. • Overscan Set this slider to compensate for noisy or badly defined image edges. • Mode Choose from Keystone, Cornerstone, Rotation, Warp Map or Off. • Set the H Keystone and V Keystone sliders to correct for any distortion caused by the projector being in a different horizontal or vertical plane to the screen. • Set the Pincushion / Barrel slider to correct for any distortion caused by the screen being concave or convex. • Set the Rotation slider to rotate the image on the screen. • Warp Map Using an external Digital Projection computer application, up to eight customised warp maps can be created and uploaded to the projector. If Warp is selected, and any warp maps have been uploaded, you can select from the drop-down list. Notes Main Menu Geometry An anamorphic lens (optional accessory) is used with the TheaterScope setting, to ensure that for a 2.35:1 image, the maximum area of the DMD is used, giving maximum image brightness. For examples of how the different aspect ratios affect screen dimensions, see Aspect Ratios Explained and Aspect Ratio Examples further in this section.

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Size & Position • Set Enable to On or Off. • Use Setting to choose: Global, in which case these settings will be applied to all signals on all inputs. or Per Mode, in which case these settings will be applied only to the current input signal. • Set the H Position and V Position sliders as required. • Set H Size and V Size. When Aspect Lock is set to On, the V Size slider is disabled. • Select Reset and press OK to reset all the sliders. Cornerstone If Cornerstone is selected from the main Geometry page, you can use the sliders to stretch the image from each of the four corners. Notes Main Menu Geometry Size & Position Main Menu Geometry Cornerstone

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Aspect Ratios Explained The appearance of a projected image on the screen depends on a combination of the following: • The DMD resolution: • SX+ (SXGA+) with a 1400 x 1050 resolution, corresponding to an aspect ratio of 4:3 • 1080p with a 1920 x 1080 resolution, corresponding to an aspect ratio of 16:9 • WUXGA with a 1920 x 1200 resolution, corresponding to an aspect ratio of 16:10 • The aspect ratio of the input signal: 4:3, 16:9 or 16:10 • The value of the Aspect Ratio setting of the projector: • Source - show the image with its original aspect ratio, not using the whole screen if the DMD aspect ratio does not match. • Fill Display - fill the screen but force the DMD aspect ratio on the image. • Fill & Crop - fill the screen without changing the original aspect ratio but cropping the image to fit the DMD aspect ratio. • Anamorphic - force a 16:9 ratio on the source. You need this setting to resolve 16:9 images packed into a 4:3 frame, otherwise it distorts the image. • TheaterScope is a special setting used in combination with an anamorphic lens, an optional accessory. It removes letterboxing from a 2.35:1 source packed into a 16:9 frame. Notes DMD, or digital micromirror device, is the optical tool that transforms the signal from the input source into an image projected on the screen. Letterboxing refers to the black margins at the top and bottom of the image. Letterboxing appears when a wider image is packed into a narrower frame without changing the original aspect ratio.

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Source: 4:3, Aspect Ratio: Source / Fill Display / Fill & Crop Source: 16:9, Aspect Ratio: Fill Display Unused screen area Unused screen area Source: 4:3, Aspect Ratio: Anamorphic C e r o g p a p m e i d e o h t u f t o p t a r r t a p o t f u t h o e d i e m p a p g o e r C Source: 16:9, Aspect Ratio: Fill & Crop C e r o g p a p m e i d e o h t u Unused screen area Unused screen area Source: 16:9, Aspect Ratio: Source Unused screen area Unused screen area Source: 16:10, Aspect Ratio: Source

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Source: 16:9, Aspect Ratio:Fill & Crop Source: 16:10, Aspect Ratio: Source / Fill Display / Fill & Crop Rev A June 2012 Page Op_15 Digital Projection Titan 800 3D series A TOUR OF THE MENUS Operating Guide Aspect Ratio Example: TheaterScope Notes The TheaterScope setting is used in combination with an anamorphic lens to restore 2.35:1 images packed into a 16:9 frame. Such images are projected with black lines at the top and bottom of the 16:9 screen to make up for the difference in aspect ratios. Without an anamorphic lens and without the TheaterScope setting applied, a 16:9 source containing a 2.35:1 image looks like this: Black margin – part of the source Black margin – part of the source If we change the setting to TheaterScope, the black lines will disappear but the image will stretch vertically to reach the top and bottom of the DMD: An anamorphic lens will stretch the image horizontally, restoring the original 2.35 ratio. The aspect ratio is now wider than the DMD: I m D a M g e D

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Edge Blend menu When several projectors are used to create a large tiled image, the edges need to be blended to avoid the overlaps appearing brighter than the rest of the image. The Edge Blend menu is available only when Setup > System > Configuration is set to Edge Blend. Array Width and Height • Set this to the total number of projectors in the array. None of the other options are available until one of these two settings is greater than 1. The maximum number of projectors is 4 x 4. Array H Position and V Position • These two parameters need to be set correctly for each projector in the array, so that it can determine which edges are to be blended. Sometimes only one edge overlaps, sometimes two, three or four. Blending • Set this to Off for a lone projector, On to enable Edge Blending, or Align Pattern to help adjust the physical position of the projectors. Segmentation • Set this to On, if you want the projector to divide up the image into tiles, or Off if you have external equipment to do this. Notes Main Menu Edge Blend This menu is available only when Setup > System > Configuration is set to Edge Blend. None of the other blend options are available until either the Array Width or the Array Height setting is greater than 1. Note that the position numbering starts from zero, so the top left projector is at position H 0, V 0. Which settings are available in these menus depends on: ● the number of projectors in the array ● the position of the projector in the array

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Blend Width • Use this to set the width of the blended regions. Black Level Uplift • Use this to correct for non-zero black levels in the blended regions. Reduce Black Level Uplift Width • Use this to correct for stray light from the DMD’s non-addressable border. Notes To apply the settings in these menus, use the command at the bottom of each page. Main Menu Edge Blend Blend Width Main Menu Edge Blend Black Level Uplift Main Menu Edge Blend Reduce Black Level Uplift Width

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PIP menu Two images can be combined, in three different ways using this feature. The PIP menu is available only when Setup > System > Configuration is set to PIP. Option • Select PIP, PAP, or POP mode from the drop-down list. Input • Select an Input from the drop-down list. The inputs are divided into two groups – the main image must be from one group, and the sub-image must be from the other group. • Group A: CVBS 1, CVBS 2, S-VIDEO and 3G-SDI • Group B: COMPONENT, VGA, DVI, HDMI and DVI-A Size • Select a size for the sub-image from the drop-down list. Position • Select one of the preset positions for the sub-image from the drop-down list. Custom Position • If you have chosen Custom from the Position drop-down list, then you can use the sliders to position the image manually. PIP: Picture In Picture PAP: Picture And Picture POP: Picture Opposite Picture Notes Main Menu PIP This menu is available only when Setup > System > Configuration is set to PIP. PIP, PAP and POP are NOT possible when Input is set to Test Pattern. In these examples, the flower is the main image, and the window is the sub-image, shown at the Medium size setting. The two images MUST be from different Input groups. The Position settings apply ONLY to PIP mode. PAP and POP are always as shown in these examples.

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3D menu • Set 3D Enable to On or Off as required. • Use the Frame Rate Multiplier to reduce flicker when the incoming 3D video signal has a low frame rate. For example, a 48Hz frame rate could be tripled to 144Hz. • 3D Type should be set to Auto, except when the projector has problems selecting between Sequential, Frame Packing, Top and Bottom and Side by Side (Half). • Set the Dark Time to reduce the ghosting that can be caused by the images overlapping whilst the glasses are switching. • Set the Sync Offset to compensate for signal processsing delays in the projector. • Set the Output Sync Polarity to suit the glasses, or if the left and right images appear to be swapped. • Set Source Dominance to Left or Right to suit the incoming 3D video signal. L R L R Sequential L L Notes Main Menu 3D Set the Dark Time to the value appropriate to the glasses or Z-screen. Adjust the Sync Offset to eliminate ghosting and achieve a smooth greyscale.

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Lamps menu Set Operation to choose between Lamp 1 + Lamp 2, Lamp 1, Lamp 2 and Auto 1. In the Auto 1 mode, the lamp usage will be spread evenly over the two lamps, over time. Set the slider to vary the Power between 80% and 100%. Notes Main Menu Lamp

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Setup menu • Orientation Depending on how the projector is mounted, select the appropriate setting from the drop-down list. • Latency Affects interlaced sources only. For fastest response, the Lowest setting gives minimum frame delay. For improved performance with films involving motion sequences, the Best Video setting uses adaptive de-interlacing and interpolation, but takes longer to process. Reset Default Settings When you press OK to restore the factory default settings, a warning message appears, asking you to confirm or cancel. Once the process has begun, wait one minute and then power cycle the projector so the restored settings can take effect. Notes Main Menu Setup Do NOT do this unless you are sure that you want to restore ALL the current settings to their factory defaults.

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Input Configuration This menu allows adjustment of various technical parameters specific to each of the signal inputs, regardless of which input is being used. • DVI Boost EQ should normally be set to Off, except when you are having problems with a long DVI cable. • DVI/HDMI Color Space should normally be set to Auto, except when the projector has problems identifying the correct colour space. • DVI/HDMI Range should normally be set to Auto, except when you are having contrast problems with some DVI sources. • Set DVI-I Port to choose between the Analog and Digital signals from a DVI-I source. • DVI Main Operation Select between single and dual link DVI reception. • DVI Main Range Select between Full and Limited range. • Set Component Colour Space to choose between RGB and YPbPr. • Component Sync Type should be set to Auto, except when the projector has problems selecting between 3 Wire (RGsB) and 4 Wire (RGBS). • If two video streams are being transmitted, use 3G-SDI Level B Stream to choose between the two streams. Notes Main Menu Setup Input Configuration

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Network The fields at the bottom of the menu show the current settings. • Set DHCP to On if the IP Address is to be assigned by a DHCP server, or Off if it is to be set here. • If DHCP is set to On: It will not be possible to edit either IP Address or Subnet. • If DHCP is set to Off: Edit IP Address to the correct value. Edit the Subnet to the correct value. Notes Main Menu Setup Network Any new settings will not be effective until the projector has been power cycled.

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On Screen Display • Select a display Language from the drop-down list. • The menus will disappear if no buttons are pressed within the Timeout selected from the drop-down list. If you want the menus to stay on screen permanently, then select Infinite. • Select a Position from the drop-down list. • If you do not want projector status messages to be displayed, for instance , then set Messaging to Off. Notes Main Menu Setup On Screen Display

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System • Configuration: switch between PIP and Edge Blend. The other settings in this menu are provided mainly to allow control from the Web Configuration Utility. • Use the Shutter Open and Shutter Close commands as required. • Use the Power Off command to set the projector into Standby mode. Notes Main Menu Setup System When you switch between PIP and Edge Blend, the projector will reboot instantly to enable the new setting. The Power On command has no function when seen on the projector OSD. However, it can be used from the Web Configuration Utility described at the end of this guide. Both the keypad and remote control have dedicated buttons allowing access to the Shutter Open, Shutter Close, Power On and Power Off commands.

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Information menu This menu gives information about lamp operating times, software and hardware configuration, input source and network settings. Notes Please note that the values shown in the menus on this page are examples and may differ significantly on your OSD. Main Menu Information Main Menu Information Lamps Main Menu Information Configuration

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Menu Map Main Menu Sub Menus Input Selection CVBS 1, CVBS 2, S-Video, Component, VGA, 3G-SDI, DVI, HDMI, Test Pattern, Main/DVI, Sub/HDMI, Dual Pipe Test Pattern Grey V Bars, Grey H Bars, Aspect Test, Alignment Grid, Warp Adjust, SMPTE, Chequerboard, White Field, Black Field, Convergence, Custom 1, Custom 2, Custom 3, Custom 4. Lens Zoom In (command) Zoom Stop (command) Zoom Out (command) Focus Near (command) Focus Stop (command) Focus Far (command) Calibrate Zoom (command) Calibrate Focus (command) Center Lens (command) Nudge Up (command) Down (command) Left (command) Right (command) Lens Presets Save 1 (command) Save 2 (command) Save 3 (command) Save 4 (command) Save 5 (command) Recall 1 (command) Recall 2 (command) Recall 3 (command) Recall 4 (command) Recall 5 (command) Notes Some of the information in this menu map is summarised. See the actual menu on the projector for full detail. The underlined text represents the factory default value for each setting.

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Brightness (slider, value range -50 — 0 — 50) Contrast (slider, value range -50 — 0 — 50) Gamma 1.0 , 1.8, 2.0, 2.2, 2.4, 2.6, 2.8 Hue (slider, value range -50 — 0 — 50) Saturation (slider, value range -50 — 0 — 50) Black Level Offset 0 IRE, 7.5 IRE Video Filters Sharpness (slider, value range -50 — 0 — 50) Detail (slider, value range 0 — 3) Luma Sharpness (slider, value range 0 — 2) Chroma Sharpness (slider, value range 0 — 2) Recursive NR (slider, value range 0 — 3) Mosquito NR (slider, value range 0 — 3) Cross Color Supression Off, On VGA Setup Phase (slider, value range -50 — 0 — 50) Total H Samples (slider, value range -50 — 0 — 50) Auto Setup (command) Color Gamut Peak, HDTV, SDTV, 3200k, 5400k, 6500k, 8000k, 9000k, User 1, User 2 Red Black Level (slider, value range -50 — 0 — 50) Green Black Level (slider, value range -50 — 0 — 50) Blue Black Level (slider, value range -50 — 0 — 50) Red Gain (slider, value range -50 — 0 — 50) Green Gain (slider, value range -50 — 0 — 50) Blue Gain (slider, value range -50 — 0 — 50) Some of the information in this menu map is summarised. See the actual menu on the projector for full detail. The underlined text represents the factory default value for each setting.

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Aspect Ratio Source, Fill Display, Fill & Crop, Anamorphic, TheaterScope H Position (slider, value range -50 — 0 — 50) V Position (slider, value range -50 — 0 — 50) Overscan (slider, value range 0 — 3) Size & Position Enable Off, On Setting Global, Per Mode H Position (slider, value range -100 — 0 — 100) V Position (slider, value range -100 — 0 — 100) H Size (slider, value range 25 — 100 — 400) Aspect Lock On, Off V Size (slider, value range 25 — 100 — 400) Reset (command) Mode Off, Keystone, Cornerstone, Rotation, Warp Keystone H Keystone (slider, value range -50 — 0 — 50) V Keystone (slider, value range -50 — 0 — 50) Pincushion / Barrel (slider, value range -30 — 0 — 30) Cornerstone Upper Left X (slider, value range -500 — 0 — 500) Upper Left Y (slider, value range -500 — 0 — 500) Upper Right X (slider, value range -500 — 0 — 500) Upper Right Y (slider, value range -500 — 0 — 500) Lower Left X (slider, value range -500 — 0 — 500) Lower Left Y (slider, value range -500 — 0 — 500) Lower Right X (slider, value range -500 — 0 — 500) Lower Right Y (slider, value range -500 — 0 — 500) Rotation Rotation (slider, value range -90 — 0 — 90) Pincushion / Barrel (slider, value range -30 — 0 — 30) Warp Map Off, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Some of the information in this menu map is summarised. See the actual menu on the projector for full detail. The underlined text represents the factory default value for each setting.

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Main Menu Sub Menus Edge Blend Array Width (slider, value range 1 — 4) Array Height (slider, value range 1 — 4) Array H Position (slider, value range 0 — 3) Array V Position (slider, value range 0 — 3) Blending Off, On, Align Pattern Segmentation Off, On Blend Width Top Blend Region (slider, value range 0 — 999) Bottom Blend Region (slider, value range 0 — 999) Left Blend Region (slider, value range 0 — 999) Right Blend Region (slider, value range 0 — 999) Apply Blend Regions (command) Black Level Uplift Unblended Region (slider, value range 0 — 63) Upper Left (slider, value range 0 — 63) Upper Middle (slider, value range 0 — 63) Uppe Right (slider, value range 0 — 63) Middle Left (slider, value range 0 — 63) Middle Right (slider, value range 0 — 63) Lower Left (slider, value range 0 — 63) Lower Middle (slider, value range 0 — 63) Lower Right (slider, value range 0 — 63) Apply Uplift (command) Reduce Black Level Uplift Width Upper Left X (slider, value range 0 — 200) Upper Left Y (slider, value range 0 — 200) Upper Right X (slider, value range -200 — 0) Upper Right Y (slider, value range 0 — 200) Lower Left X (slider, value range -200 — 0) Lower Left Y (slider, value range -200 — 0) Lower Right X (slider, value range 0 — 200) Lower Right Y (slider, value range -200 — 0) Apply Uplift (command) Notes Some of the information in this menu map is summarised. See the actual menu on the projector for full detail. The underlined text represents the factory default value for each setting. PIP and Edge Blend are mutually exclusive modes of operation. When in PIP mode, Edge Blend is not available, and vice versa.

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Main Menu Sub Menus PIP Option Off, PIP, PAP, POP Input CVBS 1, CVBS 2, S-Video, Component, VGA, 3D-SDI, DVI, HDMI Size Small, Medium, Large Position Top Left, Top Right, Bottom Left, Bottom Right, Custom Custom H Position (slider, value range 0 — 50 — 100) Custom V Position (slider, value range 0 — 50 — 100) 3D 3D Enable Off, On Frame Rate Multiplier x1, x2, x3 3D Type Auto, Sequential, Frame Packing, Top and Bottom, Side-by-Side (Half) Dark Time Minimum, 650 µS, 1300 µS, 7500 µS Sync Offset (slider, value range -15 — 0 — 15) Output Sync Polarity Positive, Negative Source Dominance Left, Right Lamps Operation Lamp 1 + Lamp 2, Lamp 1, Lamp 2, Auto 1 Power (slider, value range 80 — 100) Information: Lamp 1 Hours, Lamp 1 Starts, Lamp 2 Hours, Lamp 2 Starts Notes Some of the information in this menu map is summarised. See the actual menu on the projector for full detail. The underlined text represents the factory default value for each setting. PIP and Edge Blend are mutually exclusive modes of operation. When in PIP mode, Edge Blend is not available, and vice versa.

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Main Menu Sub Menus Setup Orientation Desktop Front, Desktop Rear, Ceiling Front, Ceiling Rear Latency Lowest, Best Video Input Configuration DVI Boost EQ Off, On DVI / HDMI Color Space RGB, YPbPr, Auto DVI / HDMI Range Full, Limited, Auto DVI-I Port Digital, Analog DVI Main / Sub Operation Single Link A, Single Link B, Dual Link DVI Main / Sub Range Full, Limited Component Color Space RGB, YPbPr Component Sync Type 3 Wire, 4 Wire, Auto 3G-SDI Level B Stream Stream 1, Stream 2 Network DHCP Off, On IP Address (numeric input) Subnet (numeric input) Information: DHCP Status, IP Address, Subnet, MAC Address On Screen Display Language US English, UK English Timeout 5 sec, 10 Sec, 15 sec, 20 sec, 25 sec, 30 sec, infinite Position Center, Top Left, Top Right, Bottom Left, Bottom Right Messaging Off, On System Configuration PIP, Edge Blend Shutter Open (command) Shutter Close (command) Power On (command) Power Off (command) Reset Default Settings (command) Information Lamps Lamp 1 Hours, Lamp 1 Starts, Lamp 2 Hours, Lamp 2 Starts Configuration Scaler, Interface, Hardware, Firmware, Factory ROM, OSD, Lens, 3D Hardware, 3D Firmware, Sequences Input, Standard, DHCP Status, IP Address, Subnet, MAC Address Notes Some of the information in this menu map is summarised. See the actual menu on the projector for full detail. The underlined text represents the factory default value for each setting. Do NOT reset the settings unless you are sure that you want to restore ALL the current settings to their factory defaults.

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Web Configuration Utility The LAN IP Address of the projector can be set by using the Network submenu, which can be found in the Setup menu. Once the LAN IP Address has been set, it is possible to control all the functions available on the OSD by using the embedded Web Configuration Utility. To access the Web Configuration Utility, do one of the following: • Type the URL <LAN IP Address> into the address bar of your browser, then press ENTER. • Use the DiscoveryTool_V1.0.exe application as described in Using the Discovery Tool to view your network later in this section. The embedded webpage shown below right should appear. Menu examples The webpages mirror the OSD menus, as shown in the following examples: • The last 3 bytes of the projector’s MAC Address are shown in the Unit ID, 00-27-86 in the example shown here. • The menu name is shown in orange underlined text, as in the Main Menu shown here. • Drop-down lists are represented by similar drop-down lists, as in the Input Selection list shown here. • Sub-menus are represented by yellow underlined links, as shown here. Notes For full details of how to use the menu system, see earlier in this Guide.

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Examples - continued from previous page • Sliders are represented by similar sliders, as in the Array Width and Array Height sliders shown here. • Items that are not available are shown greyed-out, as shown here. • To return from a sub-menu to the previous menu, click on the Back link at the bottom of the menu. • Commands are represented by Do it buttons, as shown here. Notes For full details of how to use the menu system, see earlier in this Guide.

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Uploading custom test patterns Using the Web Configuration Utility, you can upload up to four custom test patterns. To upload a custom test pattern: 1. On the Main Menu page, click File Upload. 2. Locate the file you wish to upload and then click Upload. Notes The file you wish to upload needs to be in RGB 24-bit .PNG format matching your DMD resolution. The file must not exceed 5MB in size From the File Upload page you can also delete previously uploaded custom test patterns.

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Using the Discovery Tool to view your network The Discovery Tool allows you to view the IP addresses of all projectors in your network. The tool opens the following page in your browser: Click on a projector IP address to access the Web Configuration Utility for that projector. Notes The tool will only find projectors from the same subnet as the host computer. The IP addresses of these projectors will be identical up to the third octet as shown in the example.

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