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PDF Content Summary: .D-ILA PROJECTOR DLA-VS2500ZG DLA-VS2500G DLA-VS2300ZG DLA-VS2300G . . For Customer use : Enter below the serial No. which is located on the back of the cabinet. Retain this information for future reference. Model No. DLA-VS2500ZG DLA-VS2500G DLA-VS2300ZG DLA-VS2300G Serial No. INSTRUCTIONS B5A-0626-20 Safety Precautions IMPORTANT INFORMATION WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARDS, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. .WARNING This equipment is compliant with Class A of CISPR 32. In residential environment this equipment may cause radio interference. WARNING: THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED. WARNING To DLA-VS2500ZG, VS2300ZG REMOVE THE LENS COVER BEFORE TURNING ON THE PROJECTOR CAUTION: To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove cover. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel. This projector is equipped with a 3-blade grounding type plug to satisfy FCC rule. If you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact your electrician. NOISE EMISSION DECLARATION The sound pressure level at the operator position is equal or less than 50dB(A) according to ISO7779. About the installation place Do not install the projector in a place that cannot support its weight securely. If the installation place is not sturdy enough, the projector could fall or overturn, possibly causing personal injury. FCC INFORMATION (U.S.A. only) CAUTION: Changes or modification not approved by JVC could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense. 2 -------------IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS Electrical energy can perform many useful functions. This unit has been engineered and manufactured to assure your personal safety. But IMPROPER USE CAN RESULT IN POTENTIAL ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR FIRE HAZARD. In order not to defeat the safeguards incorporated into this product, observe the following basic rules for its installation, use and service. Please read these Important Safeguards carefully before use. All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the product is operated. The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference. All warnings on the product and in the operating instructions should be adhered to. All operating instructions should be followed. Place the projector near a wall outlet where the plug can be easily unplugged. Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning. Do not use attachments not recommended by the product manufacturer as they may be hazardous. Do not use this product near water. Do not use immediately after moving from a low temperature to high temperature, as this causes condensation, which may result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards. Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, or table. The product may fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious damage to the product. The product should be mounted according to the manufacturer’s instructions, and should use a mount recommended by the manufacturer. When the product is used on a cart, care should be taken to avoid quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces which may cause the product and cart to overturn, damaging equipment or causing possible injury to the operator. Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation. These ensure reliable operation of the product and protect it from overheating. These openings must not be blocked or covered. (The openings should never be blocked by placing the product on bed, sofa, rug, or similar surface. It should not be placed in a built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is provided and the manufacturer’s instructions have been adhered to.) To allow better heat dissipation, keep a clearance between this unit and its surrounding as shown below. When this unit is enclosed in a space of dimensions as shown below, use an air-conditioner so that the internal and external temperatures are the same. Overheating can cause damage. . PORTABLE CART WARNING (symbol provided by RETAC) S3126A Front 150 mm and above 300 mm 300 mm and above and above 150 mm and above 200 mm and above ------------ Power source indicated on the label. If you are not sure of the type of power supply to your home, consult your product dealer or local power company. This product is equipped with a three-wire plug. This plug will fit only into a grounded power outlet. If you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact your electrician to install the proper outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the grounded plug. Power-supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against them. Pay particular attention to cords at doors, plugs, receptacles, and the point where they exit from the product. For added protection of this product during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the cable system. This will prevent damage to the product due to lightning and power line surges. Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or convenience receptacles on other equipment as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock. Never push objects of any kind into this product through openings as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts that could result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the product. Do not attempt to service this product yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltages and other hazards. Refer all service to qualified service personnel. Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer service to qualified service personnel under the following conditions: a)When the power supply cord or plug is damaged. b)If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen on the product. c)If the product has been exposed to rain or water. d)If the product does not operate normally by following the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the Operation Manual, as an improper adjustment of controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the product to normal operation. e) If the product has been dropped or damaged in any way. f) When the product exhibits a distinct change in performance, this indicates a need for service. When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified by the manufacturer or with same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards. Upon completion of any service or repairs to this product, ask the service technician to perform safety checks to determine that the product is in proper operating condition. The product should be placed more than one foot away from heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, and other products (including amplifiers) that produce heat. When connecting other products such as VCR’s, and DVD players, you should turn off the power of this product for protection against electric shock. 3 ----- --- .Do not place combustibles behind the cooling fan. For example, cloth, paper, matches, aerosol cans or gas lighters that present special hazards when over heated. Do not ceiling-mount the projector to a place which tends to vibrate; otherwise, the attaching fixture of the projector could be broken by the vibration, possibly causing it to fall or overturn, which could lead to personal injury. Use only the accessory cord designed for this product to prevent shock. Once every three years, please perform an internal test. This unit is provided with replacement parts needed to maintain its function (such as cooling fans). Estimated replacement time of parts can vary greatly depending on frequency of use and the respective environment. For replacement, please consult your dealer, or the nearest authorized JVC service center. When fixing the unit to the ceiling, Please note that we do not take any responsibility, even during the warranty period, if the product is damaged due to use of metal fixtures used for fixation to the ceiling other than our own or if the installation environment of said metal fixtures is not appropriate. If the unit is suspended from the ceiling during use, please be careful in regard to the ambient temperature of the unit. If you use a central heating, the temperature close to the ceiling will be higher than normally expected. Video images can burn into the electronic com ponent parts. Please do not display screens with still images of high brightness or high contrast, such as found in video games and computer programs. Over a long period of time it might stick to the picture element. There is no problem with the playback of moving images, e.g. normal video footage. Video images can burn into the electronic com ponent parts. Please do not display screens with still images of high brightness or high contrast, such as found in video games and computer programs. Over a long period of time it might stick to the picture element. There is no problem with the playback of moving images, e.g. normal video footage. Not using the unit for a long time can lead to malfunction. Please power it on and let it run occasionally. Please avoid using the unit in a room where cigarettes are smoked. It is impos sible to clean optical component parts if they are contaminated by nicotine or tar. This might lead to performance degradation. ------- * DO NOT allow any unqualified person to install the unit. Be sure to ask your dealer to install the unit (e.g.attaching it to the ceiling) since special technical knowledge and skills are required for installation. If installation is performed by an unqualified person, it may cause personal injury or electrical shock. 4 Do not use optical instruments (such as magnifying glass or reflector) viewing the laser output. It may pose an eye hazard. When turning on the projector, ensure that no one is looking into the projection lens. Do not look into the lens and openings when the light is on. Doing so would have serious effects on the human body. Do not detach or attach the projection lens with the power connected. Attempting to disassemble, repair or modify the projector yourself may lead to serious safety issues. Using a faulty product not only results in electrical shock or fire hazard, it can cause visual impairment. When abnormality occur, stop using the projector immediately and send it to your authorized dealer for repair. . Location CAUTION: information of the labels Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. This Projector is classified as a CLASS 2 LASER PRODUCT. DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM . This CLASS 2 LASER PRODUCT label and Caution label are located on the TOP Side surface of the projector. Light source specifications 30 W Laser diodes ×2 Wavelength 450-460 nm Maximum output is 64.12 W Beam divergence angle from lens of this unitWide: αʹ62.7° Tele αʹ33.5° α Laser emission port 5

POWER CONNECTION WARNING: WARNING: IMPORTANT (Europe only): The wires in the mains lead on this product are colored Vert et jaune in accordance with the following cord: As these colors may not correspond with the colored making identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows: The wire which is colored green-and-yellow must be connected to the terminal which is marked M with the letter E or the safety earth or colored green or green-and-yellow. The wire which is colored blue must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or colored black. The wire which is colored brown must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or colored red. For USA and Canada only Use only the following power cord. 6 Power cord Power cord For European continent countries The power supply voltage rating of this product is AC110V – AC240V. Use only the power cord designated by our dealer to ensure Safety and EMC. Ensure that the power cable used for the projector is the correct type for the AC outlet in your country. Consult your product dealer. : Earth : Neutral : Live Green-and-yellow Blue Brown Do not cut off the main plug from this equipment. If the plug fitted is not suitable for the power points in your home or the cable is too short to reach a power point, then obtain an appropriate safety approved extension lead or adapter or consult your dealer. If nonetheless the mains plug is cut off, dispose of the plug immediately, to avoid a possible shock hazard by inadvertent connection to the main supply. If a new main plug has to be fitted, then follow the instruction given below. THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED. Dear Customer,

This apparatus is in conformance with the valid European directives and standards regarding electromagnetic compatibility and electrical safety. European representative of JVC KENWOOD Corporation is: JVCKENWOOD Deutschland GmbH Konrad-Adenauer-Allee 1-11 61118 Bad Vilbel GERMANY . . ENGLISH Information on Disposal of Old Electrical and Electronic Equipment and Batteries (applicable for countries that have adopted separate waste collection systems) Products and batteries with the symbol (crossed-out wheeled bin) cannot be disposed as household waste. Old electrical and electronic equipment and batteries should be recycled at a facility capable of handling these items and their waste byproducts. Contact your local authority for details in locating a recycle facility nearest to you. Proper recycling and waste disposal will help conserve resources whilst preventing detrimental effects on our health and the environment. Notice: The sign “Pb” below the symbol for batteries indicates that this battery contains lead. DEUTSCH Entsorgung von gebrauchten elektrischen und elektronischen Geräten und Batterien (anzuwenden in Ländern mit einem separaten Sammelsystem für solche Geräte) Das Symbol (durchgestrichene Mülltonne) auf dem Produkt oder seiner Verpackung weist darauf hin, dass dieses Produkt nicht als normaler Haushaltsabfall behandelt werden darf. Die betreffenden Produkte müssen an einer Annahmestelle für das Recycling von elektrischen und elektronischen Geräten und Batterien abgegeben werden. Weitere Informationen über das Recycling dieses Produktes erhalten Sie von Ihrer Gemeinde oder den kommunalen Entsorgungsbetrieben. Unsachgemäße oder falsche Entsorgung gefährden Umwelt und Gesundheit. Zur Beachtung: Das Zeichen „Pb“ unter dem Symbol für Batterien zeigt an, dass diese Batterie Blei enthalt. FRANÇAIS Information sur l’élimination des anciens équipements électriques et électroniques et piles électriques (applicable dans les pays de qui ont adopté des systèmes de collecte sélective) Les produits et piles électriques sur lesquels le pictogramme (poubelle barrée) est apposé ne peuvent pas être éliminés comme ordures ménagères. Les anciens équipements électriques et électroniques et piles électriques doivent être recyclés sur des sites capables de traiter ces équipements et leurs déchets par produit. Contactez vos autorités locales pour connaître le site de recyclage le plus proche. Un recyclage adapté et l’élimination des déchets aideront à conserver les ressources et à nous préserver des leurs effets nocifs sur notre santé et sur l’environnement. Avis: Le symbole “Pb” ci-dessous sur des piles électrique indique que cette pile contient du plomb. NEDERLANDS Informatie over het weggooien van oude elektrische en elektronische apparaten en batterijen (voor landen die gescheiden afvalverzamelsystemen gebruiken) Producten en batterijen met het (afvalcontainer met x-teken) symbool mogen niet als normaal huisvuil worden weggegooid. Oude elektrische en elektronische apparaten en batterijen moeten worden gerecycled door een faciliteit die geschikt is voor het verwerken van dergelijke voorwerpen. Raadpleeg de betreffende lokale instantie voor details aangaande in de buurt zijnde recylingfaciliteiten. Het juist recyclen en weggooien van afval spaart natuurlijke bronnen en reduceert schadelijke invloed op uw gezondheid en het milieu. Opmerking: De ”Pb” aanduiding onder het batterijsymbool betekent dat deze batterij lood bevat. 7 ESPAÑOL / CASTELLANO Información acerca de la eliminación de equipos eléctricos, electrónicos y baterías al final de la vida útil (aplicable a los países de la que hayan adoptado sistemas independientes de recogida de residuos)Los productos y las baterías con el símbolo (contenedor con ruedas tachado) no podrán ser desechados como residuos domésticos. Los equipos eléctricos, electrónicos y baterías al final de la vida útil, deberán ser reciclados en instalaciones que puedan dar el tratamiento adecuado a estos productos y a sus subproductos residuales correspondientes. Póngase en contacto con la autoridad local competente para obtener información sobre el centro de reciclaje más cercano. El reciclaje y la disposición adecuada de los desechos ayuda a conservar los recursos naturales y a reducir los efectos perjudiciales en la salud y el medio ambiente. Nota: El símbolo “Pb” debajo del símbolo en baterías indica que dicha batería contiene plomo. ITALIANO Informazioni sull’eliminazione dei prodotti elettrici ed elettronici e delle batterie (per i Paesi che adottano la raccolta differenziata dei rifiuti) I prodotti e le batterie recanti questa icona (bidone carrellato della spazzatura con il simbolo della croce) non devono essere eliminati come rifiuti solidi urbani. I prodotti elettrici ed elettronici e le batterie devono essere riciclati presso centri idonei alla loro gestione e a quella dei rispettivi sottoprodotti. Per informazioni sul centro di riciclaggio più vicino si suggerisce di rivolgersi alle autorità locali. Se eseguiti adeguatamente, l’eliminazione e il riciclaggio dei rifiuti aiutano a conservare le risorse e al contempo impedire gli effetti nocivi sulla salute e l’ambiente. Avviso: Il contrassegno “Pb” che appare sotto il simbolo delle batterie significa che contengono piombo. . 8

Contents Getting Started Safety Precautions .................................................. 2 Accessories/Optional Accessories ........................ 10 Check the Accessories ...................................... 10 Optional Accessories ......................................... 10 Controls and Features ........................................... 11 Main Unit - Front ................................................ 11 Main Unit - Bottom ............................................. 11 Main Unit - Rear ................................................. 12 Main Unit - Input Terminals ................................ 13 Remote control (sold separately, model no. RM- MH13G) ............................................................. 14 Loading Batteries into the Remote Control (Sold Separately) ........................................................ 15 Effective Range of Remote Control (Sold Separately) ........................................................ 15 Set up Installing the Projector ........................................... 16 Precautions during Installation ........................... 16 Precautions during Mounting ............................. 17 Adjusting the Position ........................................ 18 Connecting the Projector ....................................... 19 Connecting to the HDMI Input Terminal (Digital Input) ................................................................. 19 Connecting to the LAN Terminal ........................ 20 Connecting to the RS-232C Terminal ................ 20 Connecting to the REMOTE Terminal ............... 20 Connecting the Power Cord (Supplied Accessory) ........................................................................... 21 Operate Viewing Videos ...................................................... 22 Adjust/Set Adjustments and Settings in the Menu .................. 24 List of Menu Items ............................................. 24 Picture Adjust .................................................... 26 Input Signal ........................................................ 30 Installation ......................................................... 32 Display Setup .................................................... 37 Function ............................................................. 38 Information ......................................................... 39 Maintenance Maintaining the Cabinet and Remote Control (Sold Separately) ............................................................ 40 Cleaning and Replacing the Filter ......................... 41 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting .................................................... 42 When the following messages appear... ................ 44 Others External Control .................................................... 45 RS-232C Specifications ..................................... 45 TCP/IP Connection ............................................ 45 Command Format .............................................. 46 Remote Control Code ........................................ 47 Communications Example ................................. 48 Specifications ........................................................ 49 Index ..................................................................... 55 Symbols used in this manual P indicates a function that is supported by DLA- VS2500ZG and DLA-VS2300ZG. O indicates a function that is supported by DLA- VS2500G and DLA-VS2300G. 2 indicates a function that is supported by DLA- VS2500ZG and DLA-VS2500G. 3 indicates a function that is supported by DLA- VS2300ZG and DLA-VS2300G. Items not marked with any of the above symbols are supported by all models. 9

Accessories/Optional Accessories Check the Accessories Power cord (for USA) (about. 2 m) ......................................... 1 piece . Power cord (for EU) (about. 2 m) ............................................ 1 piece . Optional Accessories 0 Remote control: Model no. RM-MH13G . 0 AAA-size battery . 10 Controls and Features Main Unit - Front . DE E C AB A Lens P This is a projection lens. Do not look through the lens while an image is projected. 0 For O, the lens is sold separately. B Lens sheet P The lens comes attached with a protective sheet when you purchase this product. C Remote Sensor (front) Please aim the remote control (sold separately) at this area when using it. * There is also a remote sensor at the rear. D Indicator Refer to “Indicator Display on the Main Unit”p. 52. E Exhaust vent Warm air is discharged to cool down the internal temperature. Do not block the vents. Main Unit - Bottom F F Inlets (at 3 points on the rear/bottom) The inlets take in air to cool down the internal temperature. Do not block or prevent the outflow of hot air. Doing so may cause the unit to malfunction. * There are two inlets on the right and left sides at the rear of the unit. G Foot The height and angle of the projector can be adjusted by turning the G foot. (0 to 5 mm) (p. 18) When the foot is removed, it can be used as the mounting hole to fix the unit on the base. 11 Main Unit - Rear F H IJK .F H Input terminals For details on the terminals. refer to “Main Unit - Input Terminals”p. 13. I Operation panel For more details, please refer to the “Operation panel” in the diagram below. J Remote Sensor (rear) Please aim the remote control (sold separately) at this area when using it. * There is also a remote sensor at the front. K Power input terminal Connect the supplied power cord to this terminal. Operation panel . A [STANDBY/ON]: Turns “on”/“off” the power 12 [INPUT]: Switches the input [OK]: Confirms a selection [JKH I] keys: Selects an item [MENU]: Displays the menu [BACK]: Returns to the previous menu

Main Unit - Input Terminals Enlarged View of Rear Face A B C D E . A [HDMI 1] input terminal D [RS-232C] terminal (D-sub 9-pin B [HDMI 2] input terminal For connecting to devices that support HDMI output. (p. 19) It is fitted to the M3 lock hole. The depth of the screw hole is 3 mm. C [LAN] terminal (RJ-45) The projector can be controlled by connecting it to a PC through the computer network for control commands to be sent to the projector. male) The projector can be controlled by connecting a PC to this terminal. E [REMOTE] terminal (stereo mini jack) This terminal is used to connect the remote control directly to the projector with the cable. 13

Remote control (sold separately, model no. RM-MH13G) A B [STAND BY] Turns off the power. (p. 23) B C [ON] Turns on the power. (p. 22) C [INPUT] Select an input from [HDMI 1], [HDMI 2], and [Dual]. (p. 22) * The Dual function is available only on 2. D [LENS CONTROL] PFor adjusting focus, zoom, and shift. (p. 32) E [HIDE] Hides the image temporarily. (p. 22) F [JKH I] keys For selecting an item. G [MENU] Displays the menu, or hides the menu if it is displayed. H [GAMMA] For setting the gamma level. (p. 28) I [COLOR TEMP] For setting the color temperature. (p. 28) J [C.M.D.] For setting frame interpolation. (p. 29) ABK [LIGHT] Illuminates the buttons on the remote control. C L [OK] Confirms a selected item. M [BACK] Returns to the previous menu. DN [PICTURE MODE] Switches the Picture mode to [NATURAL], [DYNAMIC], [USER1] to [USER6]. (p. 26) EO [PIC. ADJ.] Switches the items for adjusting the image quality, such as Fcontrast, brightness, etc. (p. 29) P [LENS AP.] P For setting the lens aperture. GHO I CAUTION 0 Buttons indicated with a mark are not usable on this unit. However, the [LENS AP.] and [PIC. ADJ.] buttons can be used during pixel adjustment. 14 JKLMN P

Loading Batteries into the Remote Control (Sold Separately) . 0 If the remote control has to be brought closer to the projector to operate, it means that the batteries are wearing out. Replace the batteries with new ones (AAA). 0 Insert the batteries according to the t s marks. Be sure to insert the s end first. 0 If an error occurs while using the remote control, remove the batteries and wait for five minutes. Load the batteries again and operate the remote control. Effective Range of Remote Control (Sold Separately)

When aiming the remote control toward the sensor on this unit (front or rear), ensure that the distance to the sensor is within 7 m. If the remote control fails to work properly, move closer to this unit. . Control through reflection off a screen, etc. Ensure that the total of distance A (between this unit and the screen) and distance B (between the remote control and the screen) is within 7 m. This unit * As the efficiency of signals reflected from the remote control unit varies with the type of screen used, the operable distance may decrease. 30° 30° 20° . Screen 20° 30° 30° Remote Control 20°20° 20° This unit This unit 20°20° 20° A

Remote Control B CAUTION 0 Do not put the remote control in a place with an exposure to direct sun light or high temperature. 15 Installing the Projector Precautions during Installation Please read the following carefully before installing this unit. Do not install at the following locations This unit is a precision device. Please refrain from installing or using it at the following locations. Otherwise, it may cause fire or malfunction. 0 Dusty, wet and humid places 0 Places subject to oily smoke or cigarette smoke 0 On top of a carpet or bedding, or other soft surfaces 0 Places exposed to direct sunlight 0 Places with a high or low temperature 0 Do not install this unit in a room that is oily or subject to cigarette smoke. Even a small quantity of smoke or oiliness can have a long-term impact on this unit. * This unit produces a great amount of heat, and is designed to take in cool air to cool its optical components. Using the unit at the above locations may cause dirt to attach to the light path, thereby resulting in dark images or dull colors. * Dirt that sticks to the optical components cannot be removed. Maintain clearance from the wall, etc. As the unit discharges a large amount of heat, install it with adequate clearance from the surroundings as shown below. . Front Using the projector There is no particular limitation on the positioning of the projector during installation. You can install at your preferred angle. Installing the screen Install the unit and the screen such that they are perpendicular to each other. . Screen Front 0 Please choose a screen material with non-uniform patterns. Uniform patterns such as checks may cause interference patterns to occur. 0 In this case, you can change the size of the screen to make the interference patterns less noticeable. Precautions during lens attachment O When attaching the lens, remove the Light Guard before attaching the lens. . Caution Sticker 16 150 mm and above 300 mm 300 mm and above and above 150 and mm above 200 mm and above Leave the front area of the unit unblocked. If there is any obstructing object in front of the exhaust vent, hot air will flow back to the unit and cause it to heat up. Hot air flowing out of the unit may cast shadows on the screen (heat haze phenomenon). Screw Light Guard

Precautions during Mounting Securing (mounting) the projector . 0 Make sure to secure the main unit to prevent accidents such as during an earthquake. Securing with screws . 4 Locations Air Inlets Remove the foot (x4) at the bottom, and fasten using the screws (M5 screws, 13 to 23 mm). * Using screws other than those designated may cause the unit to break down. * Leave a clearance of at least 10 mm from the bottom surface of the unit to allow it to take in cool air. Securing the projector (ceiling mount) . 0 Be sure to ask your dealer to install the unit for you. from falling off such as during an earthquake. 0 Regardless of the warranty period, JVC is not liable for any product damage caused by mounting the unit with non-JVC ceiling fittings or to an environment that is not suited for ceiling mount. 0 When using the unit with it suspended from a ceiling, pay attention to the surrounding temperature. When a heater is in use, the temperature around the ceiling may be higher than expected. 0 To attach the unit to the ceiling mount bracket, set the torque between the range of 1.5N m to 2.0N m. Tightening with torque exceeding the above range may cause damage to the unit, which may result the unit to fall.

Installing the unit on your own may cause the unit to fall resulting in injury. 0 Take the necessary actions to prevent the main unit 17 Adjusting the Position Adjusting the elevation angle of the projector The height and inclination of the unit (0 to 5 mm) can be adjusted by turning the foot. Lift the unit and adjust the foot (x4). . ■Horizontal Position ■ ■Lens shift range 0 The maximum vertical shift varies with the amount of horizontal shift. Similarly, the maximum horizontal shift also changes with the amount of vertical shift. 0 The values on the graph are intended as a guide. Use them for reference during installation. 0 To adjust the screen position, it is recommended to wait till the position becomes stable after projection before adjusting. The position may changed after projection depending on the attitude of the projector. 18 Adjusting the position of the image By using the lens shift feature of this unit, you can shift the image upward/downward or to the left/right. Set it to your preferred position. Vertical Position: 0% (Center) . Up to about 34% of the projected image Foot Vertical Position Horizontal Position: 0 % (Center) Up to about 80% of the projected image Extend Contract Lens shift Range 90) %(t fihss nell acitreV80706050403020100 10 20 30 40 Horizontal lens shift (%) Connecting the Projector 0 Do not turn on the power until connection is complete. 0 The connection procedures differ according to the device used. For details, please refer to the instruction manual of the device to be connected. 0 This projector is used for projecting images. To output the audio of connected devices, please connect a separate audio output device, such as an amplifier or speaker. 0 The images may not be displayed depending on the devices and cables to be connected. Use only HDMI cables (sold separately) that are HDMI-certified. 0 Some cables cannot be connected to this unit due to the size of their connector cover. Connecting to the HDMI Input Terminal (Digital Input) Connecting via HDMI cable .

This Unit To [HDMI 1] or [HDMI 2] input terminal Or both [HDMI1] and [HDMI2] Laptop, etc.

0 If noise occurs, move the laptop away from this unit. 0 For a transmission bandwidth in compliance with the HDMI standard, a cable which supports 340 MHz bandwidth is recommended. 0 If the video is not displayed, try to reduce the length of the cable. Connecting via HDMI-DVI conversion cable . HDMI Cable (Sold Separately) HDMI Output Terminal

This Unit Desktop PC, etc. To [HDMI 1] or [HDMI 2] input terminal Or both [HDMI1] and [HDMI2]

DVI Output Terminal HDMI-DVI Conversion Cable (Sold Separately) 0 If noise occurs, move the desktop PC away from this unit. 0 If the video is not displayed, try to reduce the length of the cable. 19

Connecting to the LAN Terminal . This Unit Hub To [LAN] Terminal Connection Cable Network (Sold Separately) 0 The network is used to control this unit. It is not used for sending or receiving video signals. 0 Please contact your network administrator for information concerning the network connection. 0 For more information on control, please refer to “External Control” (p. 45). Connecting to the RS-232C Terminal .

Desktop PC, etc. Server This Unit 0 For more information on control, please refer to “External Control” (p. 45). Connecting to the REMOTE Terminal . Laptop, etc. To [RS-232C] Terminal

RS-232C Connection Cable (Sold Separately) RS-232C Terminal This Unit

0 For more details on the wired remote controller and connection cable, please consult your dealer. 20 To [REMOTE] Terminal Wired Remote Controller Connection Cable (Sold Separately) (Sold Separately) Connecting the Power Cord (Supplied Accessory) A Connect the power cord supplied to the power input terminal on the main unit B Insert the supplied power plug into the wall outlet. A B Precautions to prevent fire and electric shock 0 The power consumption of this unit is large. Please connect it directly to the wall outlet. 0 Pull out the power plug when the unit is not to be used for a prolonged period of time. 0 Connect it using only the power cord supplied. 0 Do not use a voltage other than the indicated power voltage. 0 Do not damage, break or modify the power cord. Do not place a heavy object on the power cord, or heat or pull it. Doing so may damage the power cord. 0 Do not unplug the power cord with wet hands. Power Cord (Supplied) 21 Viewing Videos STANDBY/ON LIGHT WARNING MEMO 0 When you are using this unit, be sure to remove the lens sheet. P 0 Connect the power cord, and ensure that the “STANDBY/ON” indicator lights up in red. 1 Turn on the power Projector unit: press the A [STANDBY/ON] button Remote control (sold separately): press the C [ON] button 0 The “STANDBY/ON” indicator light switches from red to green (light 31 goes off after the unit starts up). 2. 22 “STANDBY/ON” lights up (red) “STANDBY/ON” lights up (green) In standby state During laser light source startup STANDBY/ON NDTANDBY LIGHT WARNING STANDBY/ON NDTANDBY LIGHT WARNING 2 Choose the image to project Projector unit: press the [INPUT] button (pressing the button each time switches the mode) . HDMI 1 HDMI 2 Dual Remote control (sold separately): Button Terminal [HDMI 1] HDMI1 [HDMI 2] HDMI2 [COMP.] Dual 0 Play back the selected device to project the image. * The Dual function is available only on 2. To hide the image temporarily Press the [HIDE] button on the projector unit or remote control (sold separately) 0 The “STANDBY/ON” indicator light starts to blink in green. When “LED Indication” is set to “Off”, the indicator does not blink. 0 Press the [HIDE] button again to resume display of the image. 0 The power cannot be turned off when the image is temporarily hidden. 3 Turn off the power Projector unit: press the A [STANDBY/ON] button Remote control (sold separately): press the B [STAND BY] button 0 While the “Are you sure you want to turn off?” message is displayed, press the button again. 0 The laser light source turns off, and the “STANDBY/ON” indicator switches from a green light to a red blinking light. 0 After the light goes off, the fan will run for about 5 seconds to cool down the laser light source (Cool-down mode). Do not disconnect the power cable while cooling is in progress. 0 After about 5 seconds, the “STANDBY/ON” indicator switches from a blinking red to a solid red light. . “STANDBY/ON” blinking (red) “STANDBY/ON” lights up (red) In the Cool-down mode In standby state STANDBY/ON LIGHT WARNING STANDBY/ON NDTANDBY LIGHT WARNING CAUTION 0 After the light goes off, the fan will run for about 5 seconds to cool down the laser light source (Cool-down mode). Do not disconnect the power cable while cooling is in progress. 0 The power cannot be turned on again while cooling is in progress (5 seconds). 0 Pull out the power plug when the unit is not to be used for a prolonged period of time. 0 If the Auto Intensity function is On, the cool-down time increases depending on the usage condition of the projector. 23 Adjustments and Settings in the Menu Pressing the [MENU] button displays the menu. Press the [JKH I] keys to select an item, followed by pressing the [OK] button to confirm the selection. List of Menu Items Picture Adjust IPicture Mode .................................................................................................................................................... p. 26 9 Sharpness ................................................................................................................................................... p. 26 9 Auto Intensity ............................................................................................................................................... p. 26 9 LD Current ................................................................................................................................................... p. 26 9 Aperture ....................................................................................................................................................... p. 26 9 User Name Edit ........................................................................................................................................... p. 26 IColor Management ........................................................................................................................................... p. 27 IColor Temp. ...................................................................................................................................................... p. 28 IGamma ............................................................................................................................................................. p. 28 I4K e-shift ........................................................................................................................................................... p. 28 IClear Motion Drive ............................................................................................................................................ p. 29 IContrast ............................................................................................................................................................ p. 29 IBrightness ......................................................................................................................................................... p. 29 IColor ................................................................................................................................................................. p. 29 ITint .................................................................................................................................................................... p. 29 IReset ................................................................................................................................................................ p. 29 Input Signal IInput Level ........................................................................................................................................................ p. 30 IColor Space ...................................................................................................................................................... p. 30 IHide .................................................................................................................................................................. p. 30 IMask ................................................................................................................................................................. p. 31 IPicture Position ................................................................................................................................................. p. 31 Installation ILens Control ..................................................................................................................................................... p. 32 9 Focus ........................................................................................................................................................... p. 32 9 Zoom ........................................................................................................................................................... p. 32 9 Shift ............................................................................................................................................................. p. 32 9 Image Pattern .............................................................................................................................................. p. 32 9 Lock ............................................................................................................................................................. p. 32 9 Lens Center ................................................................................................................................................. p. 32 IPixel Adjust ....................................................................................................................................................... p. 33 IInstallation Style ................................................................................................................................................ p. 37 ILED Indication .................................................................................................................................................. p. 37 24 Display Setup IBack Color ........................................................................................................................................................ p. 37 IMenu Position ................................................................................................................................................... p. 37 ISignal Display ................................................................................................................................................... p. 37 ILogo .................................................................................................................................................................. p. 37 Function IOff Timer ........................................................................................................................................................... p. 38 INetwork ............................................................................................................................................................ p. 38 IRemote Code ................................................................................................................................................... p. 38 IHIDE Mode ....................................................................................................................................................... p. 38 Information IInformation ........................................................................................................................................................ p. 3925 Picture Adjust Picture Mode You can adjust the image quality according to the type of video image you are viewing. Item Description Natural Image quality that focuses on natural color and gradation reproduction. Suitable for displaying video images in general. Dynamic This is the picture setting best suited for viewing the picture in a room that cannot be made completely dark. User 1 to User 6 Enables user-defined image quality data to be saved and retrieved. Sharpness Emphasizes the outline of the video image. 0 Setting range: 0 (not adjusted) to +50 (sharp) Auto IntensitySetting Description On Light intensity will be constant. Intensity is determined by the “LD Current” when “Auto Intensity” turns on. Off Light intensity is manually set using the “LD Current” gauge. * Depending on the usage and settings, “Auto Intensity” may not function. LD Current If “Auto Intensity” is off, light intensity is manually set using the gauge. If “Auto Intensity” is on, the “LD Current” gauge is grayed out. The gauge moves to indicate the “Auto Intensity” control. Aperture P For adjusting the amount of opening of the optical iris. 0 Stopping down the iris reduces the brightness, while opening it up increases the contrast. 0 Setting range: -15 (stops down) to 0 (opens up) User Name Edit You can edit the “User 1” to “User 6” names in the Picture mode. 0 Characters that are usable include alphabets (upper or lower case), numeric characters, and symbols. 0 Enter not more than 10 characters. . Picture Adjust 26 >> User Name Edit Name User 1 Input Cursor Selection Cursor A B C D E F G H I J K L MNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstyvwxyz1234567890,.^!"#$%&*+-/=?@ :;|~()<>[]{}\SPACE Clear All Clear OK After entry is complete, select Exit Operate Back “OK” and press the [OK] button MENU Select BACK Color Management Each of the colors is adjustable according to the user’s preference. 1 Select the “Picture Adjust” " “Color Management” menu, and press the [OK] button. 2 Set “Color Management” to “On”, and adjust to the preferred color. A Select “Color Selection”, and press the H I keys to select the color to adjust 0 For color adjustment, select the color from the following: “Red”, “Orange”, “Yellow”, “Green”, “Cyan”, “Blue”, “Magenta”. B Adjust the selected color Item Setting Range Description Axis Position -30 to 30 Fine-tune the position of the central axis of the selected color. Hue -30 to 30 Adjusts the hue (color tone). Saturation -30 to 30 Adjusts the color saturation (vividness). -30 (dull) to +30 (vivid) Brightness -30 to 30 Adjusts the brightness. -30 (dark) to +30 (bright) 0 Selecting “Reset” resets all the adjustment data. 0 Pressing the [HIDE] button enables you to check the image before adjustment. Axis Position (Image) Green Yellow Adjustable range when Red is selected: ± 30° with Red as the center Counterclockwise rotation: + CyanRed Operate Back Select Clockwise rotation: - Picture Adjust > Color Management Color Management On AColor Selection Red Axis Position 0B Hue 0Saturation 0 Brightness 0Before Reset Exit MENU BACK 3 Press the [MENU] button to exit 27 Magenta Blue Color Temp. For setting the color temperature of the video image. Preset Setting Description 5500K, 6500K, 9500K Increasing the value enhances the blue tone of the video image, while decreasing the value enhances the red tone. High Bright Color temperature that gives priority to brightness. Custom 1 to Custom 3 The color temperature of video images can be adjusted manually and saved as one of the three customized settings. Custom Setting Description Gain Red, Gain Green, Gain Blue Adjusts each color in the bright parts of the video image. 0 Setting range: -255 (reduces the red/green/blue tone) to 0 (enhances the red/green/blue tone) Offset Red, Offset Green, Offset Blue Adjusts each color in the dark areas of the video image. 0 Setting range: -50 (reduces the red/green/blue tone) to +50 (enhances the red/green/blue tone) Gamma You can adjust the gamma curve of the projected image with respect to the video signal input. Setting Description Normal Recommended setting for normal viewing. Custom 1 to Custom 3 Adjustable to a preferred gamma setting. 4K e-shift 2 For setting the 4K e-shift mode. Setting Description On Activates the e-shift device. On (Upscaling) Activates the e-shift device and 4K upscaling. Off Deactivates the e-shift device. 28 Clear Motion Drive For reducing the after-image, which occurs in a fast-moving scene. 0 Pressing the [C.M.D.] button each time switches the mode in the following sequence: “Off”"“Mode1”"“Mode2”"“Mode3”"“Mode4”"“Off”... Setting Description Off No black insertion and no motion interpolation. Mode1 Black insertion weak. Mode2 Black insertion strong. Mode3 Motion interpolation weak. Mode4 Motion interpolation strong. * C.M.D. is the abbreviation for Clear Motion Drive. Contrast For adjusting the difference in brightness to produce an image with contrast. 0 Setting range: -50 (little difference in brightness) to +50 (large difference in brightness) Brightness For adjusting the brightness of the video image. 0 Setting range: -50 (darker) to +50 (brighter) Color For adjusting the color density of the video image. 0 Setting range: -50 (lighter) to +50 (deeper) Tint For adjusting the hue of the video image. 0 Setting range: -50 (reddish) to +50 (greenish) Reset For restoring the image quality adjustment settings to the factory default. 29 Input Signal Input Level For setting the dynamic range (gradation) of the video input. 0 If the dynamic range is not appropriate, the bright areas become overexposed, and the dark areas become underexposed. Setting Description 0-255 (PC) Select this setting if you are inputting PC signals (dynamic range: 0 - 255). 16-235 (Video) Select this setting if you are inputting video signals (dynamic range: 16 - 235). Color Space For setting the color space of the input signal. Setting Description YCbCr(4:4:4) Select this setting when inputting YCbCr(4:4:4) video signals. YCbCr(4:2:2) Select this setting when inputting YCbCr(4:2:2) video signals. RGB Select this setting when inputting RGB video signals. Hide 2 In the Dual mode, you can hide one of the images to check the operation of e-shift. Setting Description Hide1 Hides the input image of HDMI1. Hide2 Hides the input image of HDMI2. Off Does not hide the input images. * This function is different from that of the Hide button on the remote control. 30 Mask For hiding the peripheral area of the image with a mask (black strip).

Off Setting Description Off Not masked.

2.5% Masks about 2.5% of the peripheral area of the image. 5% Masks about 5.0% of the peripheral area of the image. Custom Masks about 0% to 5% of the four sides of the image. On Mask: black strip around the periphery Picture Position (Horiz./Vert.) Adjust the position if the edges of the image are partially missing due to the timing of horizontal and vertical synchronization signals. 31 Installation Lens Control P Focus / Zoom / Shift For adjusting the lens according to the projection position A Press the [LENS CONTROL] button, and use the [JKH I] keys to adjust Focus, Zoom (screen size), and Shift (screen position) . Focus 0 Pressing the [LENS CONTROL] or [OK] button each time switches the mode in the following sequence: “Focus”"“Zoom”"“Shift”"“Focus”... . ABCDABCD ABCD Focus Adjustment B Press the [BACK] button once, or the [MENU] twice, to end adjustment. Image PatternSetting Description On Displays the lens adjustment pattern. Off Displays external signals, and does not display the lens adjustment pattern. Lock Setting Description On Locks the lens to prevent any erroneous operation on the adjustments. 0 Operation of the lens control feature is disabled when “On” is selected. Off Does not lock the lens. Lens Center Returns the lens position to the center. 32 Zoom (Screen Size) Shift (Screen Position) Adjustment Adjustment Pixel Adjust Adjust For setting the adjustment feature to “On” or “Off”. Adjust AreaSetting Description Whole Adjusts the entire image. Zone Enables fine adjustment of each zone by dividing the screen into 11 vertical x 11 horizontal zones. Adjust Color For selecting the color to adjust (“Red” or “Blue”). Adjust Pattern Setting Description On Displays the lens adjustment pattern. Off Displays external signals, and does not display the lens adjustment pattern. Adjust Pattern Color For setting the adjustment pattern color to “White” or “Yellow / Cyan”. Adjust(Pixel) When “Adjust Area” is set to “Whole”, adjustment can be made by moving in units of one pixel on the screen of the color selected in “Adjust Color”. Æ “Operation procedure for Whole Adjust (Pixel)” (p. 34) * Adjustment cannot be made when “Adjust Area” is set to “Zone”. Setting Description H (Horizontal) Setting range: -2 (moves red/blue to the left) to +2 (moves red/blue to the right) V (Vertical) Setting range: -2 (moves red/blue downward) to +2 (moves red/blue upward) Adjust(Fine) When “Adjust Area” is set to “Whole”, adjustment can be made by moving in units of 1/16 pixel on the screen of the color selected in “Adjust Color”. Æ “Operation procedure for Whole Adjust (Fine)” (p. 35) When “Adjust Area” is set to “Zone”, the screen is divided into 11 vertical x 11 horizontal zones, and fine adjustment of each zone is possible. Æ “Operation procedure for Zone Adjust” (p. 36) Setting Description H (Horizontal) Setting range: -31 (moves red/blue to the left) to +31 (moves red/blue to the right) V (Vertical) Setting range: -31 (moves red/blue downward) to +31 (moves red/blue upward) Reset Restores all pixel adjustment data to the factory default. 33 Operation procedure for Whole Adjust (Pixel) For making general adjustments to slight color fringing in the horizontal/vertical directions of the video image. A Set “Adjust Area” to “Whole” B Select “Adjust Color” and “Adjust Pattern Color” C Select “Adjust(Pixel)”, and press the [OK] button 0 The selected adjustment pattern and Adjustment (Pixel) window are displayed. . Adjustment Pattern D Press the [OK] button to enter the Adjustment mode E Use the [JKH I] keys to move and adjust the pixels in the vertical and horizontal directions across the entire screen. 0 The adjustment setting appears at the center of the Adjustment (Pixel) window. . Adjustment (Pixel) Window Pixel Adjust Whole Adjust (Pixel) Red ) lacitreV(V H 0 V 0 Color A. ADJUST. Color P. A. Area Select Back GAMMA COLOR. TEMP LENS.AP PIC. ADJ. Operate BACK H (Horizontal) Pixel Adjust Pixel Adjustment Setting Whole Adjust (Pixel) Red Color for Adjustment Back Operate F After adjustment is complete, press the [BACK] button to exit the Adjustment mode Remote Control Operation Guide Button Name Description of Operation [GAMMA] Changes “Adjust Color”. [COLOR TEMP.] Switches between “Adjust(Pixel)” and “Adjust(Fine)”. 0 Switches to “Adjust(Pixel)” when “Adjust Area” is set to “Zone”. [LENS.AP] Changes “Adjust Pattern Color”. [PIC ADJ.] Switches “Adjust Area”. 0 A zone cursor appears on the adjustment pattern when the “Zone” setting is selected. 34 H 0 V 0 Color A. ADJUST. Color P. A. Area GAMMA COLOR. TEMP LENS.AP ADJ. PIC. Select BACK Remote Control Operation Guide Operation procedure for Whole Adjust (Fine) For making general adjustments on the misalignment of the entire screen using “Adjust(Pixel)”, followed by making fine adjustments. A Set “Adjust Area” to “Whole” B Select “Adjust Color” and “Adjust Pattern Color” C Select Adjust(Fine), and press the [OK] button 0 The selected adjustment pattern and Fine window are displayed. 0 The adjustable range may be smaller depending on the pixels being adjusted on the entire screen. . Adjustment Pattern Fine Window Pixel Adjust Whole Adjust (Fine) Red ) lacitreV(V H 0 ( 0 / 0 ) V 0 ( 0 / 0 ) Select Back Operate H (Horizontal) D Press the [OK] button to enter the Adjustment mode E Use the [JKH I] keys to move and adjust the pixels in the vertical and horizontal directions across the entire screen. 0 The adjustment setting appears at the center of the Fine window. . Color A. ADJUST. Color P. A. Area GAMMA COLOR. TEMP LENS.AP ADJ. PIC. BACK Pixel Adjust Pixel Adjustment Setting Whole Adjust (Fine) Red Color for Adjustment H 0 ( 0 / 0 ) V 0 ( 0 / 0 ) Color A. ADJUST. Color P. A. Area GAMMA COLOR. TEMP LENS.AP ADJ. PIC. Select Back Operate BACK Remote Control Operation Guide Adjustment Setting H ɻ20 ʢɻ20 / ɻ20ʣ V 5 ʢ 5 / 5ʣ Indicates the maximum and minimum misalignment value of the entire screen.(Max. / Min.) F After adjustment is complete, press the [BACK] button to exit the Adjustment mode MEMO 0 If both the maximum overall screen misalignment of H (horizontal direction) and V (vertical direction) are “31”, you cannot select a value that is larger than the displayed setting even when the adjustment setting is lower than the maximum value. 0 If the minimum overall screen misalignment is “-31”, you cannot select a value that is smaller than the displayed setting even when the adjustment setting is higher than the minimum value. 35 Operation procedure for Zone Adjust For fine-tuning misalignments on a part of the screen after adjusting the overall screen misalignment using “Adjust(Pixel)” and “Adjust(Fine)”. 0 The screen can be divided vertically and horizontally into 10 sections for partial adjustments to be made. A Set “Adjust Area” to “Zone” B Select “Adjust Color” and “Adjust Pattern Color” C Select Adjust(Fine), and press the [OK] button 0 The selected adjustment pattern and Zone Adjustment window are displayed. 0 The adjustable range may be smaller depending on the pixels being adjusted on the entire screen. . Adjustment Pattern Zone Cursor Zone Adjustment Window Zone Adjust Pixel Adjust Red ) lacitreV(V Position 0 / 0 H 0 V 0 Select Back Operate H (Horizontal) D Press the [JKH I] keys to move the cursor to the point to be adjusted E Press the [OK] button to enter the Adjustment mode F Use the [JKH I] keys to move and adjust the pixels in the vertical and horizontal directions across the entire screen. 0 The adjustment setting appears at the center of the Zone Adjustment window. . Color A. ADJUST. Color P. A. Area GAMMA COLOR. TEMP LENS.AP PIC. ADJ. BACK Pixel Adjust Pixel Adjustment Setting Zone Adjust Red Color for Adjustment Position 0 / 0 H 0 V 0 Select Back Operate Position 8 / 5 Adjustment Setting G After adjustment is complete, press the [BACK] button to exit the Adjustment mode 36 Color A. ADJUST. Color P. A. Area GAMMA COLOR. TEMP LENS.AP ADJ. PIC. BACK Remote Control Operation Guide Cursor Position H ɻ31 V ɹ 7 Installation Style For setting to “Front”, “Ceiling Mount (F)”, “Rear”, or “Ceiling Mount (R)” according to the installation status of the projector. 0 “Front” or “Ceiling Mount (F)” is set when projector is installed in the front with respect to the screen. 0 “Rear” or “Ceiling Mount (R)” is set when projector is installed in the rear with respect to the screen. LED Indication When LED Indication is set to “Off”, the LED indicator does not light up or blink under the following status. 0 When the time to replace the laser light source is near. (p. 53) 0 When HIDE is on. (p. 52) 0 When the projector receives a signal from a remote control which is set to a different code mode (A or B). (p. 38) Display Setup Back Color For setting the color of the background to “Blue” or “Black” when there is no input signal. Menu Position For setting the display position of the menu. Signal Display Setting Description On Displays the input terminal and input signal type when input is switched. Off Not displayed. Logo Setting Description On Displays the “D-ILA” logo for 5 seconds during startup. Off Not displayed. 37 Function Off Timer For setting the timing to power off the unit automatically (“1 Hour”, “2 Hours”, “3 Hours”, or “4 Hours”) when it is not operated for a period of time. Network Setting Description DHCP Client On Obtains the IP address automatically from the DHCP server inside the connected network. Off For configuring the network settings manually. IP Address For configuring the IP address. Subnet Mask For configuring the subnet mask. Default Gateway For configuring the default gateway. MAC Address Displays the MAC address of the unit. Set Applies the network settings. Glossary of Network Terminology DHCP : Abbreviation for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. This is a protocol for the network to assign an IP address automatically to the connected device. IP Address : Numeric characters for identifying the device that is connected to the network. Subnet Mask : Numeric characters that define the bit count used for the network address that is a segment of the IP address. Default Gateway : Server for communicating beyond the network that is divided by the subnet mask. MAC Address : Abbreviation for Media Access Control address. This is a number that is unique to each network adapter. Each of the network adapters is assigned with a unique MAC address. Remote Code For changing the remote control code. 0 You need to configure the remote control according to the settings of this unit. On the remote control unit, press the [MENU] and [BACK] buttons at the same time for three seconds or longer to switch the code. 0 The backlight of the remote control blinks 3 times: change the remote control code to “A” 0 The backlight of the remote control blinks 2 times: change the remote control code to “B” Setting Description A Change the remote control code from “B” to “A”. B Change the remote control code from “A” to “B”. * “STANDY/ON” indicator blinks 3 times when the projector receives a signal from a remote control which is set to a different code mode (A or B). HIDE ModeSetting Description Normal Hide the image, laser light source power doesn’t change. ECO Hide the image, laser light source power decrease. 38 Information During video signal input Setting Description Input Displays video input terminal. Source Displays the input source. Deep Color* Displays the color bit depth of the input video signal. 0 Displayed when Deep Color information is received from the source device. Light source time Displays the laser light source time. Soft Ver. Displays the firmware version. PS Ver. Displays the version of image quality data. Unit ID Adds an ID to the projector. During PC signal input Setting Description Input Displays video input terminal. Resolution* Displays the image resolution. H Frequency* Displays the horizontal frequency. V Frequency* Displays the vertical frequency. Deep Color* Displays the color bit depth of the input video signal. 0 Displayed when Deep Color information is received from the source device. Light source time Displays the laser light source time. Soft Ver. Displays the firmware version. PS Ver. Displays the version of image quality data. Unit ID Adds an ID to the projector. * During Dual input, Deep Color, Resolution, and H/V Frequency are not displayed. 39 Maintaining the Cabinet and Remote Control (Sold Separately) 0 Gently wipe off dirt on the cabinet with a soft cloth. 0 If it is extremely dirty, wet a cloth in water, wring dry and use it to wipe off the dirt, followed by wiping again with a dry cloth. 0 Pay attention to the following as the cabinet may deteriorate in condition or the paint may come off. 0 Do not wipe with thinner or benzine 0 Do not allow prolonged contact with rubber or plastic products 0 Do not spray volatile chemicals such as insecticide 40 Cleaning and Replacing the Filter Clean the filter regularly Otherwise, the air intake efficiency may deteriorate, and malfunction may occur. CAUTION 0 Make sure that you pull out the power plug from the outlet before cleaning or replacing the filter. 0 Before turning this unit upside down and placing it on the floor or a table, make sure that you lay a soft rag in advance to prevent the projector from being scratched. 1 Remove the inner filter . 3 Reinstall the inner filter . Check that the left and right tabs are locked onto the unit If the filter is damaged or too dirty to be cleaned Pull out while 0 Replace with a new filter. A dirty filter will dirty the pushing down the internal parts of the unit and cause shadows to appear tab on the video image. 0 To purchase a new filter or when there is dirt in the internal parts of the unit, consult your authorized dealer or nearby service center. 0 Inner filter (exchangeable filter) 2 Clean the filter Product no.: PC010661199 . 0 Wash the filter with water and dry it in a shaded area. 0 If the filter is extremely dirty, clean it with a neutral detergent. Put on rubber gloves when using a neutral detergent. 0 After washing the filter with water, make sure that it is completely dry before reinstalling. Otherwise, electric shock or malfunction may occur. 0 Do not clean the filter with a vacuum cleaner or air duster. The filter is soft and may be easily damaged. 41 Troubleshooting Before sending the unit to your authorized dealer for repair, please check the following points. The following symptoms are not malfunctions. You do not need to worry about the following symptoms if there is no abnormality on the screen. 0 A part of the top or front surface of the unit is hot. 0 A creaking sound is heard from the unit. 0 An operating sound is heard from the inside of the unit. 0 Color smear occurs on some screens. This unit is a digital device. This unit may become unable to operate normally due to external static or noise. Perform the following operations when such malfunctions occur. A If the unit is in the Standby mode, pull out the power plug, followed by inserting it again B Press the A [STANDBY/ON] button on the main unit to turn on the power again Power is not supplied Check Action Refer to Is the power cord disconnected? Insert the power cord (plug) firmly. p. 21

Is the laser light source in the Cool-down mode? After exiting the Cool-down mode, turn on the power again. p. 23 Power shuts down automatically

Check Action Refer to Has “Off Timer” been configured? Set “Off Timer” to “Off”. p. 38

Are the air inlets and exhaust vent blocked? Leave proper clearance when installing the unit. p. 11, 12 p. 16

Is the filter dirty? Clean the filter. p. 41 Video image does not appear Check Action Refer to Is the correct external input selected? Select the correct external input terminal. p. 22

Is the power of the video source equipment turned on? Turn on the power of the video source equipment and play the video. p. 19 p. 19 Is the video source equipment properly connected? Check to ensure that the video source equipment is properly connected. p. 19 p. 19 Are the correct signals being output from the video source equipment? Configure the video source equipment correctly. p. 19 Is the cable in use an HDMI-certified cable? Use an HDMI-certified high-speed cable. Also, use as short a cable as possible. p. 19 p. 19

Is the video image temporarily hidden? Press the [HIDE] button p. 22 42 Cool-down time is long Check Action Refer to

Is the Auto Intensity function On? Please wait until the Cool-down mode is completed. If the Auto Intensity function is On, it will take up to 6 minutes to process the brightness adjustment. p. 23 Video image looks unnatural Colors are unnatural

Check Action Refer to

Is the color space of the input signal correctly set? The color may turn out unnatural when the input signal is different from that in the projector setting. Set the “Color Space” for “Input Signal” correctly. p. 30 p. 30

Is the image correctly adjusted? Adjust “Color” and “Tint” accordingly. p. 29, p. 29

Is the video source equipment properly connected? Check to ensure that the video source equipment is properly connected. p. 19 p. 19

* The video image may appear slightly reddish immediately after starting up. This is not a malfunction. Video image is fuzzy Check Action Refer to Is the focus correctly adjusted? Adjust the focus. p. 32

Is the unit placed too near or too far away from the screen? Set the unit at a correct distance from the screen. p. 50 Projected image is dark

Check Action Refer to

Is the laser light source near exhaustion? Check the laser light source time in the “Information” menu. If 40,000 hours have elapsed, the brightness will be half the brightness at shipment. p. 39

Is the aperture closed? Adjust the Aperture. p. 26 Is “LD Current” set to “Lower”? Set “LD Current” to “Higher” p. 26 Video images are missing Check Action Refer to Has screen mask been configured? Set “Mask” to “Off”. p. 31

Is the display position misaligned? Alter the “Picture Position” value so that the entire image appears on the screen. p. 31 43

Remote control does not work Check Action Refer to Are the batteries correctly loaded? Match the polarities (t s) correctly when loading the batteries. p. 15 Are the batteries exhausted? Replace with new batteries. p. 15 Is there an obstructing object between the remote control and remote sensor? Remove any obstructing object. p. 15 Is the remote control held too far away from the unit? Hold the remote control closer to the sensor during use. p. 15 There are small black or colored dots on the screen The D-ILA device is manufactured using high-precision technologies, but there may be some (less than 0.01%) missing pixels or pixels that remain permanently lit. This is not a malfunction. When the following messages appear... Message Description Action . HDMI 1 0 No device is connected to the input terminal. 0 The input terminal is connected but there is no signal. Input the video signals. . No Input HDMI 1 A video signal that cannot be used with this unit has been input (The names of input terminals such as “HDMI-1” and “HDMI-2” will be displayed in yellow). 0 Input video signals that can be used. (p. 52) 0 In the Dual mode, switch to HDMI1 or HDMI2 and check whether the signals can be input. 44

External Control You can control this unit by connecting it to a PC using an RS-232C null modem cable (D-sub 9-pin). The projector can be controlled by connecting it to a PC through the computer network with a LAN cable for control commands to be sent to the projector. 0 Please use it after you have gained proper understanding from professional books or consulting the system administrator. RS-232C Specifications This Unit Pin No. Signal Function Signal Direction 1 5 2 RxD Receive data PC " This unit 6 9 3 TxD Transmission data This unit " PC 5 GND Signal ground — 1, 4, 6 - 9 N/C — — 0 PC refers to the controller, such as a personal computer. Mode Non-synchronous D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 Character length 8 bit Parity None Start bit Stop bit Start bit 1 Stop bit 1 Data rate 19200 bps Data format Binary TCP/IP Connection Before controlling via LAN, it is necessary to establish connection of the TCP layer by a “3-way handshake”, followed by sending out “PJREQ” and receiving “PJACK” within 60 seconds after the projector sends out “PJ_OK” for connection authentication. If you are unable to complete sending within 60 seconds, or when “PJ_NG” or “PJNAK” is received, check the operating status of the projector, followed by performing the steps again starting from establishment of a TCP connection. . Within 60 Seconds Projector PJ_OK PJACK Establishment of TCP Connection TCP Port No. 20554 3-way Handshake Projector Control PJREQ Controlling PC Connection Authentication Procedure 45

Command Format The command between this unit and the computer consists of “Header”, “Unit ID”, “Command”, “Data” and “End”. 0 Header (1 byte), Unit ID (2 bytes), Command (2 bytes), Data (n bytes), End (1 byte) Header This binary code indicates the start of communication. Binary Code Type Description 21 Operating command PC " This unit 3F Reference command PC " This unit 40 Response command This unit " PC 06 ACK This unit " PC (returns to PC after the command is accepted without error) Unit ID This is a code that specifies the unit. The binary code is fixed at “8901”. Command and data Operating command and data (binary code) Command Type Description 0000 Connection check Operating command and data (binary code) Command Type Description Check whether 5057 Power communication is enabled supply between this unit and the PC during standby. 5057 Power supply During standby or when power is on 30: Standby mode 31: When power is on 32: In the Cool-down mode 33: Starting up 34: When error occurs on this unit 4950 Input When power is on 32: Dual 36: HDMI 1 37: HDMI 2 End This code indicates the end of communication. The binary code is fixed at “0A”. 46 During standby 31: Turns on the power When power is on 30: Turns off the power (Standby mode) 4950 Input When power is on 36: HDMI 1 37: HDMI 2 5243 Remote control Sends the same code as the supplied remote control. 0 “Remote Control Code”p. 47

Remote Control Code Binary code is sent during communication. 0 The following applies to the case when the remote control code is “A”. In the case of “B”, add “36” to the beginning of the code.

Remote Control Button Name Binary Code STAND BY 37 33 30 36 ON 37 33 30 35 HDMI 1 37 33 37 30 HDMI 2 37 33 37 31 Dual 37 33 34 44 LENS CONTROL 37 33 33 30 Aperture 37 33 32 30 HIDE 37 33 31 44 J 37 33 30 31 K 37 33 30 32 I 37 33 33 34 H 37 33 33 36 OK 37 33 32 46 Remote Control Button Name Binary Code MENU 37 33 32 45 BACK 37 33 30 33 NATURAL 37 33 36 41 DYNAMIC 37 33 36 42 USER 37 33 44 37 C.M.D. 37 33 38 41 INFO 37 33 37 34 GAMMA 37 33 37 35 C. TEMP 37 33 37 36 PIC. ADJ. 37 33 37 32 47

Communications Example This section shows the communication examples of RS-232C. Operating command Type Command Description

Connection check PC " This unit: 21 89 01 00 00 0A This unit " PC: 06 89 01 00 00 0A Connection check Power (On) PC " This unit: 21 89 01 50 57 31 0A This unit " PC: 06 89 01 50 57 0A When power is turned on from the Standby mode Power (Off) PC " This unit: 21 89 01 50 57 30 0A This unit " PC: 06 89 01 50 57 0A When power is turned off (Standby mode) from power-on mode Input (HDMI 1) PC " This unit: 21 89 01 49 50 36 0A This unit " PC: 06 89 01 49 50 0A When video input is set to HDMI 1 Remote control (MENU) PC " This unit: 21 89 01 52 43 37 33 32 45 0A This unit " PC: 06 89 01 52 43 0A When the same operation as pressing the [MENU] button on the remote control is performed When the same operation as pressing the [MENU] button on the remote control is performed

Reference command Type Command Description

Power (On) PC " This unit: 3F 89 01 50 57 0A This unit " PC: 06 89 01 50 57 0A This unit " PC: 40 89 01 50 57 31 0A When information on the power-on state is acquired Input (HDMI 1) PC " This unit: 3F 89 01 49 50 0A This unit " PC: 06 89 01 49 50 0A This unit " PC: 40 89 01 49 50 36 0A When information on HDMI 1 input is acquired 48

Specifications Product Name D-ILA Projector Model Name DLA-VS2500ZG, DLA-VS2500G, DLA-VS2300ZG, DLA-VS2300G Display Panel/Size D-ILA device *1, 2 0.7" (1920 x 1080 pixels) x 3 (total no. of pixels: approx. 6.22 million) Projection Lens 2.0x power zoom lens (1.4:1 to 2.8:1), motorized zoom and focusP Light source BLU-Escent Technology (Laser and Phosphor) Screen Size Approx. 60" to 200" (Aspect ratio of 16:9) P Projection Distance Refer to p. 50. P Input Compatibility Signal Refer to p. 52. Display Resolution 3840 x 2160 pixels (2) 1920 x 1080 pixels (3) HDMI Input Terminal Dual, HDMI 19-pin x2 Control Terminal RS-232C Terminal D-sub 9-pin (male) (external control) x1 Remote Terminal Stereo mini jack (remote control) x1 LAN Terminal RJ-45 jack x1 Power Requirements AC 100 V to 240 V, 50 Hz/60 Hz Power Consumption 290 W (during standby: 5 W) Operation Environment Temperature: 5°C to 35°C; humidity: 20% to 80%; storage temperature: -10°C to 60°C Installation Height Below 6,561 ft (2,000 m) Dimensions (Width x Height x Depth) Approx. 455 mm x 179 mm x 472 mm (excluding foot and protrusions) Mass 17.3 kg (P) 16.5 kg (O) Accessories Refer to p. 10. *1 D-ILA is the abbreviation for Direct drive Image Light Amplifier. *2 D-ILA devices are manufactured using extremely high-precision technology with a pixel effectiveness of 99.99%. Only 0.01% or less of the pixels are either missing or would remain permanently lit. 0 Design and specifications are subject to change without prior notice. 0 Please note that some of the pictures and illustrations may have been abridged, enlarged or contextualized in order to aid comprehension. Images may differ from the actual product. 49 About Trademarks and Copyrights HDMI, HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LCC. Screen Size and Projection Distance When a 16:9 screen is used P Screen Size Projection Distance Diagonal (inch) Width (mm) Height (mm) Wide-end (m) Tele-end (m) 60 1328 747 1.78 3.66 70 1549 872 2.09 4.28 80 1771 996 2.4 4.89 90 1992 1121 2.7 5.51 100 2214 1245 3.01 6.13 110 2435 1370 3.31 6.75 120 2656 1494 3.62 7.36 130 2878 1619 3.92 7.98 140 3099 1743 4.23 8.60 150 3320 1868 4.53 9.22 160 3542 1992 4.84 9.84 170 3763 2117 5.14 10.45 180 3984 2241 5.45 11.07 190 4206 2366 5.75 11.68 200 4427 2490 6.06 12.30 50 When a 4:3 screen is used P Screen Size Projection Distance Diagonal (inch) Width (mm) Height (mm) Wide-end (m) Tele-end (m) 60 1219 914 2.22 4.49 70 1422 1067 2.60 5.24 80 1626 1219 2.98 6.00 90 1829 1372 3.36 6.75 100 2032 1524 3.74 7.51 110 2235 1676 4.11 8.26 120 2438 1829 4.49 9.02 130 2642 1981 4.87 9.77 140 2845 2134 5.25 10.53 150 3048 2286 5.63 11.28 160 3251 2438 6.00 12.04 * Projection to a 4:3 screen larger than 163" is equivalent to a size that is larger than 200" in the 16:9 format, and is beyond our guarantee coverage. 51 Types of Possible Input Signals Video (HDMI1, HDMI2) Digital Video Signal 480p/60 Hz (4:3), 576p/50 Hz (4:3), 720p/50 Hz, 720p/60 Hz, 1080p/50 Hz, 1080p/ 60 Hz Video (Dual) Digital Video Signal 1080p/50 Hz, 1080p/60 Hz 0 In the Dual mode, both HDMI1 and HDMI2 need to be synchronized at 1080p/60 Hz or at 1080p/50 Hz. PC Signal (HDMI1, HDMI2) No. Designation Resolution fh [kHz] fv [Hz] dot CLK [MHz] No. of Effective Lines [line] 1 VGA 60 640×480 31.500 60.000 25.200 800 525 640 480 2 VGA 59.94 640×480 31.469 59.940 25.175 800 525 640 480 Indicator Display on the Main Unit Meaning of the lighting figures . Total No. of Hsize [dot] Total No. of Lines [line] No. of Effective Dots [dot] The indicator lights up. The indicator appears blinking. Operation mode display Displays using the different colors and solid/blinking light of the “STANDBY/ON” indicator. . “STANDBY/ON” lights up (red) “STANDBY/ON” lights up (green) All lights off In standby state “STANDBY/ON” blinking (green) * In the Cool-down mode 52 During laser light source startup During projection STANDBY/ON NDTANDBY LIGHT WARNING STANDBY/ON NDTANDBY LIGHT WARNING STANDBY/ON LIGHT WARNING “STANDBY/ON” blinking (red) When the video image is temporarily hidden (HIDE is on) STANDBY/ON TANDBY LIGHT WARNING STANDBY/ON TANDBY LIGHT WARNING * “STANDY/ON” indicator does not blink when “LED Indication” is set to “Off”. Estimated timing for laser light source replacement Displays using the solid/blinking light of the “LIGHT” indicator. The “STANDBY/ON” indicator, which shows the operating mode of the unit, is also displayed simultaneously. * “LIGHT” indicator does not light up when “LED Indication” is set to “Off” (p. 37). . “LIGHT” lights up (orange) Lights up when the “LD Current” gauge reaches 95 and above. (When the Auto Intensity function is On.) Warning display You can tell the details of a warning from the (repeated) displays of the “WARNING” and “LIGHT” indicators. The “STANDBY/ON” indicator, which shows the operating mode of the unit, is also displayed simultaneously. The projector enters into Warning mode once the “WARNING” indicator is displayed. The power cannot be turned on again under this condition. Allow the projector to cool down for a while, then check the following. Indicator Status (Solid/Blinking) Frequency Blinking Description Check and Countermeasure . If 40,000 hours have elapsed, the STANDBY/ON LIGHT GHLIGHT WARNING brightness will be half the brightness at shipment. x1 Abnormality in the power supply 0 Check that nothing is blocking x2 x3 x4 Cooling fan stopped abnormally Internal temperature is 0 abnormally high External temperature is too high Countermeasure: unoperated the air inlets. Check that the external temperature is normal. Leave the unit until it cools down. x5 Abnormal circuit operation After that, turn on the power again. . STANDBY/ON LIGHT WARNING WARNING Mode (*) (Red) Display x1 Abnormal circuit operation x2x3 . STANDBY/ON LIGHT LIGHTWARNING WARNING Mode (Orange) (Red) Display Blinking Simultaneously x1 LD Driver or LD light source Error Countermeasure: Leave the unit STANDBY/ON LIGHT LIGHT WARNING RNWARNING x2 Wheel Error unoperated until it cools down. After that, turn on the power again. Mode (Orange) (Red) Display x3 x4 Color Sensor Error Inter Lock If the Warning mode is activated again, wait for the cooling fan to stop, followed by pulling out the power plug from the outlet. Request for repair at your authorized dealer or a nearby service center. (*) If the scheduled time for laser light source replacement is exceeded, the indicator may light up. 53 Dimensions (Unit: mm) Top Surface . Bottom Surface 2 740 9219455 559337 Lens . Lens Front Rear Surface . . 227.5 0 11Lens Center 23110 92 0 The dimensions are identical for all the models. 54 5 .3015 .871Ø60 4 2

Index A Accessories ......................................................... 10 Projection Screen Adjustment ............................. 32 Adjustment and Setting by the Menu ................... 24 Adjustment of the Image Quality .......................... 26 Aperture ............................................................... 26 B Back Color ........................................................... 37 Basic Setting for Image Quality ............................ 26 Brightness ............................................................ 29 C C.M.D (Clear Motion Drive) ................................. 29 Ceiling Mount ....................................................... 17 Cleaning and Replacing the Filter ........................ 41 Clear Motion Drive ............................................... 29 Color Density ....................................................... 29 Color Management .............................................. 27 Color Shade ......................................................... 29 Color Space ......................................................... 30 Color Temperature ............................................... 28 Connection .......................................................... 19 Contrast ............................................................... 29 Controls and Features ......................................... 11 D Dimensions .......................................................... 54 Display Position ................................................... 31 Dual ..................................................................... 22 E External Control ................................................... 45 F Filter Product no. ................................................. 41 Filter Replacement ............................................... 41 Focus ................................................................... 32 Frame Interpolation .............................................. 29 G GAMMA ............................................................... 28 Gamma Adjustment ............................................. 28 H HDMI Input Terminal ............................................ 19 Hide ..................................................................... 30 HIDE .................................................................... 22 I Indicator Display .................................................. 52 Input Level ........................................................... 30 Input Resolution ............................................. 39, 52 Input Signal .................................................... 39, 52 Input terminals ..................................................... 13 Installation Method .............................................. 16 L LD Current ........................................................... 26 Lens ..................................................................... 11 Lens Control ........................................................ 32 Lens sheet ........................................................... 11 Lens Shift ............................................................. 32 Light source time ................................................. 39 Line Display ......................................................... 37 Logo Display ........................................................ 37 M Menu Items .......................................................... 24 Menu Position ...................................................... 37 N Network ............................................................... 38 O Off Timer .............................................................. 38 Optional Accessories ........................................... 10 P PIC. ADJ. ............................................................. 29 Picture Mode ....................................................... 26 Precautions during Installation ............................. 16 Projection Distance .............................................. 50 R Remote Control ................................................... 14 RS-232C .............................................................. 20 S Screen Mask ........................................................ 31 Screen Size and Projection Distance ................... 50 Sharpness ........................................................... 26 Shift ..................................................................... 32 Signal Display ...................................................... 39 Signal Display ...................................................... 37 Software Ver. ....................................................... 39 Specifications ...................................................... 49 T Troubleshooting ................................................... 42 V Viewing Videos .................................................... 22 W When the following messages appear... .............. 44 Z Zoom ................................................................... 32 Symbol 4K e-shift ............................................................. 2855

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