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PDF Content Summary: User Manual HK2200 FCC Notice This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B dig- ital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, detectable by turning the equipment in question off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna • Increase the distance between the equipment and the receiver • Connect the equipment to an outlet on a different circuit than that which the receiver is connected to • Or consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to following two conditions: 1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and 2. This device must accept any interference that may cause undesired operation. 2 Safety instructions Read all of these instructions before you operate your projector and save for future reference. 1. Read instructions All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the appliance is operated. 2. Notes and warnings All notes and warnings in the operating instructions should be adhered to. 3. Cleaning Unplug the projector from the wall socket before cleaning. Use a damp cloth for cleaning the projector housing. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners. 4. Accessories Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, or table. The product may fall, causing serious damage to the product. Keep the plastic packing materials (from the projector, accessories and optional parts) out of the reach of children as these bags may result in death by suffocation. Be particularly careful around the small children. 5. Ventilation The projector is equipped with ventilation holes (intake) and ventilation holes (exhaust). Do not block or place anything near these slots, or internal heat build-up may occur, causing picture degradation or damage to the projector. 6. Power sources Check that the operating voltage of your unit is identical with the voltage of your local power supply. 7. Servicing Do not attempt to service this projector yourself. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. 8. Replacement parts When replacement parts are required, be sure that the replacement parts are specified by the manufacture. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock or other hazards. 9. Moisture Condensation Never operate this projector immediately after moving it from a cold location to a warm one. When the projector is exposed to such a change in temperature, moisture may condense on the lens and the crucial internal parts. To prevent the unit from possible damage, do not use the projector for at least 2 hours when there is an extreme or sudden change in temperature. 3 Notes on the AC Power Cord AC Power Cord must meet the requirement of countries where you use this projector. Please confirm your AC plug type with the graphics below and ensure that the proper AC Power Cord is used. If the supplied AC Power Cord does not match your AC out- let, please contact your sales dealer. This projector is equipped with a grounding type AC line plug. Please ensure that your outlet fits the plug. Do not defeat the safety pur- pose of this grounding type plug. We highly recommend using a video source device also equipped with a grounding type AC line plug to prevent signal interference due to voltage fluctuations.

For Australia and Mainland China Ground Ground Ground For the U.S.A. and CanadaFor the U.K. Ground Ground For Continental Europe 4

Table of Contents Introduction ........................................................................................... 6 Shipping contents .................................................................................................................................. 6 Projector Overview ................................................................................................................................. 7 Controls and functions ......................................................................... 8 Projector & Remote control .................................................................................................................... 8 Installing the Batteries .......................................................................................................................... 10 Remote Control Operation ................................................................................................................... 11 Positioning your projector ................................................................. 12 Choosing a location ............................................................................................................................. 12 Obtaining a preferred projected image size ......................................................................................... 13 Shifting the projection lens ................................................................................................................... 14 Adjusting the Projector Height ............................................................................................................. 15 Adjusting the Projector Focus and Zoom ............................................................................................. 15 Operation ............................................................................................. 16 Installing the USB wireless dongle ....................................................................................................... 16 Powering On the Projector ................................................................................................................... 16 Powering Off the Projector ................................................................................................................... 16 Home Screen ....................................................................................... 17 Connection .......................................................................................... 18 Connecting to a Wi-Fi Network ............................................................................................................ 19 Screencasting with a Smartphone, Tablet, or PC ................................................................................ 20 Screencasting by Mirror Cast ............................................................................................................... 25 Presenting from a Media Player ........................................................................................................... 26 Using the menus ................................................................................. 27 Securing the projector .......................................................................................................................... 28 Upgrading firmware .............................................................................................................................. 30 Menu operation .................................................................................................................................... 31 Maintenance ........................................................................................ 41 Cleaning the Lens ................................................................................................................................ 41 Cleaning the Projector Housing ........................................................................................................... 41 Replacing the Lamp ............................................................................................................................. 42 Specifications ...................................................................................... 44 Dimensions .......................................................................................................................................... 45 Appendix .............................................................................................. 46 LED Indicator Messages ...................................................................................................................... 46 Troubleshooting ................................................................................................................................... 49 RS-232 Protocol ................................................................................................................................... 50 5 Introduction Shipping contents Carefully unpack and verify that you have all of the items shown below. If any of these items are missing, please contact your place of purchase. Standard accessories Projector Remote control AAA batteries*2 HDMI cable Power cord Quick start guide Warranty card Safety guide USB Wireless dongle 6 Projector Overview 2 3 2 1. Lamp cover 2. Control panel 3. Lens shift 4. Focus ring 5. Zoom ring 6. Front IR remote control sensor 7. Projection lens 8. Quick-release lever 9. Adjuster feet 10. Ventilation holes (air exhaust) 11. Security bar 12. Ventilation holes (air inlet) 13. Speaker 14. Hidden USB wireless dongle port 15. Ceiling mount holes 16. 12V DC output terminal Triggers external devices such as an electric screen or light control, etc 17. RS-232 control port 18. USB Mini-B port (for firmware upgrades) 19. HDMI input ports 20. SPDIF output port 21. Audio output jack 22. Kensington anti-theft lock slot 23. USB Type-A port (USB 2.0) 24. USB Type-A port (USB 3.0) 25. AC power socket 1 14 3 41 5 7 6 8 9 7 6 13 12 9 9 10 11 10 89 9 9 9 16 17 1819 2021 11 15 25 24 23 22 7 Controls and functions Projector & Remote control 1. Power 7 8 2 9 Turns the projector on and ooff. ON / OFF 3 Turns the projector on and off. 2. Arrow keys ( / / / ) When the On-Screen Display (OSD) 1 menu is activated, these keys are used as directional arrows to select the desired menu items and to make adjustments. 3. OK Used to confirm the selection on the menu. 456 4. Source 1Displays the source selection bar. 5. Back 1Used to return to the previous layer. Goes back to previous OSD menu, exits 1016and saves menu settings. 176. / Menu 6 18Turns on the On-Screen Display (OSD) menu. 2 53 197. Power indicator light (See "LED Indicator Messages" on page 46.) 8. Temperature warning light 111220 (See "LED Indicator Messages" on page 2146.) 1314 15 222324 9. Lamp indicator light (See "LED Indicator Messages" on page 46.) 10. HDMI 1/HDMI 2 Selects HDMI 1 or HDMI 2 input source. 11. Number keys 12. Keystone Displays the Keystone correction menu. 13. Brightness Displays the setting bars for adjustments of the appropriate brightness values. 8

14. Blank Used to hide the screen picture. 15. Freeze Used to freeze/unfreeze the on- screen picture. 16. HDMI 3 No function 17. / / USB: Switch to Media Player source. Wi-Fi: Switch to wireless linking. Bluetooth: No function 18. Media Player Accesses projector Home Screen page. 19. ID No function 20. ECO Displays the lamp mode selection bar (Normal / ECO / Dynamic ECO). 21. Volume Displays the volume adjustment bar. 22. Mute Toggles projector audio between on and off. 23. Contrast Displays the setting bars for adjustments of the appropriate contrast values. 24. Auto No function 9

Installing the Batteries 1. Press and open the battery cover, as illustrated. 2. Remove the old batteries (if applicable) and install two AAA batteries. Make sure that the positive and negative ends are positioned correctly, as illustrated. 3. Replace the battery cover until it clicks into place. Caution • Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type. • Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions. • Make sure the plus and minus terminals are correctly aligned when loading a battery. Note • Keep the batteries out of the reach of children. There is a danger of death by accidentally swallowing the batteries. • Remove batteries from remote control when not using for extended periods. • Do not dispose of the used batteries along with household waste. Dispose of used batteries according to local regulations. • Danger of explosion may happen if batteries are incorrectly replaced. Replce all the batteries with new ones. • Batteries should not be in or near to fire or water, keep batteries in a dark, cool and dry place. • If suspect battery leakage, wipe out the leakage and then replace new batteries. • If the leakage adheres to your body or clothes, rinse well with water immediately. 10 Remote Control Operation Point the remote control at the infrared remote sensor and press a button. • Operating the projector from the front Note • Do not point the laser directly to the people's eyes (especially small children). There is a danger of injury to the eyes. • The remote control may not operate when there is sunlight or other strong light such as a fluorescent lamp shining on the remote sensor. • Operate the remote control from a position where the remote sensor is visible. • Do not drop the remote control or jolt it. • Keep the remote control out of locations with excessively high temperature or humidity. • Do not get water on the remote control or place wet objects on it. • Do not disassemble the remote control. 15 15

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Positioning your projector Choosing a location Before choosing an installation location for your projector, take the following factors into consideration: • Size and position of your screen • Electrical outlet location • Location and distance between the projector and the rest of your equipment You can install your projector in the following ways.

1. Front Select this location with the projector placed on the table in front of the screen. This is the most common way to position the projector for quick setup and portability. 2. Rear Select this location with the projector placed on the table behind the screen. Note that a special rear projection screen is required.

After turning on the projector, go to SETTINGS Menu > Projection and press / to select a setting.

3. Front+Ceiling Select this location with the projector suspended upside-down in front of the screen. Purchase the Projector Ceiling/ Wall Mount Kit from your dealer to mount your projector. 4. Rear+Ceiling Select this location with the projector suspended upside-down from behind the screen. Note that a special rear projection screen and the Projector Ceiling/Wall Mount Kit are required for this installation location. 12

Obtaining a preferred projected image size The distance from the projector lens to the screen, the zoom setting (if available), and the video format each factors in the projected image size. Projection dimensions 16:9 Screen diagonal Screen Vertical Offset • The screen aspect ratio is 16:9 and the projected picture is in a 16:9 aspect ratio Screen size Distance from screen (mm) Diagonal H (mm) W (mm) Center of lens H W Projection distance Min length Average Max length Inch mm (max. zoom) (min. zoom) 30 762 374 664 750 863 976 40 1016 498 886 1001 1151 1302 50 1270 623 1107 1251 1439 1627 60 1524 747 1328 1501 1727 1953 70 1778 872 1550 1751 2015 2278 80 2032 996 1771 2001 2302 2603 90 2286 1121 1992 2251 2590 2929 100 2540 1245 2214 2502 2878 3254 110 2794 1370 2435 2752 3166 3580 120 3048 1494 2657 3002 3454 3905 130 3302 1619 2878 3252 3741 4231 140 3556 1743 3099 3502 4029 4556 150 3810 1868 3321 3752 4317 4881 160 4064 1992 3542 4003 4605 5207 170 4318 2117 3763 4253 4893 5532 180 4572 2241 3985 4503 5180 5858 190 4826 2366 4206 4753 5468 6183 200 5080 2491 4428 5003 5756 6509 210 5334 2615 4649 5253 6044 6834 220 5588 2740 4870 5504 6331 7159 230 5842 2864 5092 5754 6619 7485 240 6096 2989 5313 6004 6907 7810 250 6350 3113 5535 6254 7195 8136 260 6604 3238 5756 6504 7483 8461 270 6858 3362 5977 6754 7770 8787 280 7112 3487 6199 7004 8058 9112 290 7366 3611 6420 7255 8346 9437 13

300 7620 3736 6641 7505 8634 9763 For example, if you are using a 120-inch screen, the recommended projection distance is 3454 mm. If your measured projection distance is 5000 mm, the closest match in the "Distance from screen (mm)" column is 4893 mm. Looking across this row shows that a 170'' (about 4.3 m) screen is required. Note • All measurements are approximate and may vary from the actual sizes. We recommend that if you intend to permanently install the projector, you should physically test the projection size and distance using the actual projector in situ before you characteristics. permanently This install will it, help so as you to determine make allowance the exact for mounting this projector's position optical so that it best suits your installation location. • To optimize your projection quality, we suggest doing the projection by following the values in the non-gray cells. • The values in the gray cells are for reference only. Shifting the projection lens 1V Desk-front projection min. 0 V max. 0.1 V Note • Please stop turning the afjustment knob when you hear a clicking sound indicating the the knob has reached its limit. Over-turning the knob may cause damage. 14

Adjusting the Projector Height Rear adjuster foot Rear adjuster foot Front adjuster foot The projector is equipped with 1 front adjuster foot and 2 rear adjuster feet. These adjusters change the image height and projection angle. 1. Pull the quick-release lever and lift the front of the projector. Once the image is positioned where you want it, release the quick-release lever to lock the foot in position. You may also screw the front adjuster foot to change the image height. 2. Use the rear adjuster foot to fine tune the horizontal angle. To retract the foot, screw the adjuster foot in a reverse direction. Note • To avoid damaging the projector, make sure that the adjuster feet are fully retracted before placing the projector in its carrying case. Adjusting the Projector Focus and Zoom Zoom ring Focus ring 1. Focus the image by rotating the focus ring. A still image is recommended for focusing. 2. Adjust the image size by sliding the zoom ring.15 Operation Installing the USB wireless dongle Follow the illustrations below to install the USB wireless dongle. Make sure that the cover is installed back after the USB wireless dongle is plugged. Do not turn the power on with the cover open.

2 1 3 Powering On the Projector

1. Complete the AC power cord and peripheral signal cable(s) connections. 2. Press on the projector or ON on the remote control to turn on the projector. The projector takes a minute or so to warm up. 3. Turn on your source (computer, notebook, DVD, etc.). The projector automatically detects your source when Auto source setting is ON. • If the projector doesn't detect a valid signal, the message 'No Signal' will continue to be displayed. Warning • Never look into the lens when the lamp is on. This can damage your eyes. • This focal point concentrates high temperature. Do not place any object near it to avoid possible fire hazard. Powering Off the Projector 1. Press on the projector or OFF on the remote control to turn off the projector lamp. You will see a message "Power off Please press power again" appear on the screen. 2. Press on the projector or OFF on the remote control again to confirm. • If you want to turn the projector back on, you must wait until the projector has completed the cooling cycle and has entered stand-by mode. Once in stand-by mode, simply press on the projector or ON on the remote control to restart the projector. 3. Disconnect the AC power cord from the electrical outlet and the projector. 4. Do not turn on the projector right after power off. 16 Home Screen Home Screen is the projector's operating system that allows you to choose HDMI input source, media player, AirReceiver, wireless linking, as well as language settings. When the projector is not projecting an image from a connected source it will display Home Screen by default. If the projector is projecting from a source, you can return to Home Screen page by pressing or . The Home Screen page offers the following features: • Source List - Selects input source for Media Player, HDMI1 or HDMI2. • AirReceiver - Allows you to wirelessly cast content from smartphones, tablets, or PCs. • Network - Connects the projector to a wireless network. • Mirror Cast - Allow you to cast content directly from smartphones , tables or PCs which are compatible with Miracast function. 17 Connection When connecting a signal source to the projector, be sure to: 1. Turn all equipment off before making any connections. 2. Use the correct signal cables for each source. 3. Ensure the cables are firmly inserted.

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1. 12V Trigger for screen control 2. HDMI cable 3. USB cable (Mini-B to A type) 4. Audio cable 5. SPDIF cable 6. USB Storage Device for Media Player, Firmware Upgrade 7. RS232 cable Important • In the connections shown above, some cables may not be included with the projector. They are commercially available from electronics stores. • The connection illustrations above are for reference only. The rear connecting jacks available on the projector vary with each projector model. • Please check your computer’s baud rate at 9600 so that you can connect the projector by using a suitable RS-232 cable. 18 Connecting to a Wi-Fi Network Before you can project wirelessly via the projector you must first connect the projector to a wireless network. 1. Install the USB wireless dongle before using (See 16 page). 2. Power on the projector. See "Powering On the Projector" on page 16. 3. On the Home Screen page interface, select Network and press OK to access the wireless settings. 4. Turn on the Wi-Fi to see available networks. 5. Select the SSID for the wireless AP you want to connect to and press OK. 19 Screencasting with a Smartphone, Tablet, or PC Screencasting allows you to wirelessly cast content from smartphones, tablets, or PCs (using either the iOS, MacOS, Android, or Windows operating systems) that are connected to the same network as the projector by AirReceiver. Note • Why don't some apps or videos wirelessly cast (or stream) content from my mobile device to the projector? While many protocols and apps have been tested to wirelessly cast (or stream) content smoothly to the projector, sometimes there are regional restrictions or compatibility issues for video streaming from a mobile device to the projector. It is recommended to contact your mobile device manufacturer, telecom provider or application developer for compatibility and limitations. • Some live-streaming applications such as Netflix, Amazon Video, etc. do not support screencasting via the the projector. • DRM protected movies from iTunes do not support screencasting via the the projector. • AirReceiver and Mirror Cast have been set on by default. 20 Screencasting with an iOS Device 1. Power on the projector. See "Powering On the Projector" on page 16. 2. Connect the projector to a Wi-Fi network. See "Connecting to a Wi-Fi Network" on page 19. 3. Connect your device to the same Wi-Fi network as the projector. 4. Swipe up from the bottom of the device's screen to access the iOS control console. 5. Tap the Screen Mirroring button on the iOS control console. 6. In the Screen Mirroring menu select the device name "Vivitek". 7. Your iOS device's screen will be displayed on the projector. 21 Screencasting with a MacOS Device 1. Power on the projector. See "Powering On the Projector" on page 16. 2. Connect the projector to a Wi-Fi network. See "Connecting to a Wi-Fi Network" on page 19. 3. Connect your device to the same Wi-Fi network as the projector. 4. Open the status menu at the top of the screen and then click the Screen Mirroring button. 5. In the Screen Mirroring menu select the device name "Vivitek". 6. Your MacOS device's screen will be displayed on the projector. 22 Screencasting with an Android Device 1. Power on the projector. See "Powering On the Projector" on page 16. 2. Connect the projector to a Wi-Fi network. See "Connecting to a Wi-Fi Network" on page 19. 3. Connect your device to the same Wi-Fi network as the projector. 4. Launch the wireless casting function on your device. Note • Every Android smartphone/tablet brand uses a different name for their wireless casting feature. Check your device's user manual or call the device's support line to find out the name of your device's casting feature. 5. In the wireless casting menu select the device name "Vivitek". 6. Your Android device's screen will be displayed on the projector. Screencasting with a Windows PC 1. Power on the projector. See "Powering On the Projector" on page 16. 2. Connect the projector to a Wi-Fi network. See "Connecting to a Wi-Fi Network" on page 19. 3. Connect your PC to the same Wi-Fi network as the projector. 4. Launch the Chrome web browser on your PC. 5. Click on the menu button at the top right corner of the browser window. 23 6. Select Cast... in the Chrome menu. 7. In the Cast tab menu select the device name "Vivitek". 8. Select either Cast tab cast the browser tab you are viewing, or Cast desktop to cast your PCs entire desktop. 9. Your Windows PC's screen will be displayed on the projector. 24 Screencasting by Mirror Cast 1. Launch Miracast function on your device. 2. In the casting menu select the device ID name "AirReceiver_xxxx" for example. 3. Your device's screen will be displayed on the projector directly without Wi-Fi Network. Screencasting Problems Problem: Unable to find Vivitek in my device's casting list. 1. Ensure that both devices are in the same network and successfully connected 2. Restart AirReceiver on the projector several times (Check AirReceiver > Restart/ Close > RESTART). 3. Change the device's discovery setting and check again (Check AirReceiver > Advanced Setting > Device Discovery Tweeks > Turn Off / On) Problem: Casting is successful but the display screen is black. 4. Go to AirReceiver > Advanced Settings > Use Hardware (HW) Codec, turn off this feature and check again. Problem: Unable to find the casting function in your Android smartphone/tablet. 5. The casting function might be located in the device's Setting > Wireless and network section. 6. If you are still unable to find your device's casting function, visit Google Play to download and install a casting application (Example: Google Home). After successfully installing and launching Google Home, select Account from the Menu bar > and choose Mirror device to start casting. 25 Presenting from a Media Player The USB port on the projector allows you to browse the image and document files stored on a USB flash drive connected to the projector. It can elimate the need for a computer source. Supported files formats Video format Audio format Photo format

• MPEG1 • MPEG4 • H.263 • Motion JPEG Viewing files • MPEG1/2 Layer1 • MPEG1/2 Layer2 • FLAC • JPEG Base-line • JPEG Base-line • JPEG Progressive • JPEG Progressive • PNG non-interlace • PNG non-interlace • PNG interlace

1. Plug a USB flash drive into the USB port in the rear of the projector. 2. Press on the projector and select Media Player or press on the remote control. The projector displays the built in media reader main page. 3. Press / / / to select and press OK to enter the sub-folder or display a file. 4. After a file is displayed, press OK to call out the function bar. You can press / to select the function and press OK to enact the selected item. • BMP 26 Using the menus The projector has multilingual on-screen display (OSD) menus that allow you to make image adjustments and change a variety of settings. 1. Press on the projector or on the remote control to open the OSD menu. 2. When OSD is displayed, use / to select any feature in the main menu. 3. After selecting the desired main menu item, press to enter sub-menu for feature setting. 4. Use / to select the desired item and adjust the settings with / . 5. To enter the next level of OSD menu, press OK. 6. Press Menu twice* to leave and save the settings. *The first press leads you back to the main menu and the second press closes the OSD menu. 27 Securing the projector Utilizing the password function Setting a password 1. Go to MANAGEMENT Menu > Password. Press OK. The password setting page appears. 2. Select Change Password and press OK. 3. The four arrow keys ( , , , ) respectively represent 4 digits (1, 2, 3, 4). According to the password you desire to set, press the arrow keys to enter six digits for the password. 4. Confirm the new password by re- entering the new password. Once the password is set, the OSD menu returns to the Password page. 5. To activate the Power On Lock function, press / to highlight Power On Lock and press / to select On. Input the password again. Note • The digits being input will display as asterisks on-screen. Make a note of your selected password and keep it in a safe place in advance or right after the password is entered so that it is available to you should you ever forget it. • Once a password has been set and the power on lock is activated, the projector cannot be used unless the correct password is entered every time the projector is started. If you forget the password If you enter the wrong password, the password error message will appear, and the Input Current Password message follows. If you absolutely do not remember the password, you can use the password recall procedure. If you enter an incorrect password 5 times in succession, the projector will automatically shut down in a short time. 28 Entering the password recall procedure 1. Press and hold OK for 3 seconds. The projector will display a coded number on the screen. 2. Write down the number and turn off your projector. 3. Seek help from the local service center to decode the number. You may be required to provide proof of purchase documentation to verify that you are an authorized user of the projector. Changing the password 1. Go to MANAGEMENT Menu > Password > Change Password. 2. Press OK. The message “Input Current Password” appears. 3. Enter the old password. • If the password is correct, another message “Input New Password” appears. • If the password is incorrect, the password error message will appear, and the message “Input Current Password” appears for your retry. You can press BACK to cancel the change or try another password. 4. Enter a new password. 5. Confirm the new password by re-entering the new password. Disabling the password function To disable password protection, go to MANAGEMENT Menu > Password > Power On Lock and press / to select Off. The message “Input Current Password” appears. Enter the current password. • If the password is correct, the OSD menu returns to the password setting page. You will not have to enter the password next time turning on the projector. • If the password is incorrect, the password error message will appear, and the message “Input Current Password” appears for your retry. You can press BACK to cancel the change or try another password. Note • Though the password function is disabled, you need to keep the old password in hand should you ever need to re-activate the password function by entering the old password. 29 Upgrading firmware 1. Go to Vivitek website to download the latest firmware file. 2. Unzip the download file, find and save the file named "update_signed.zip" to the USB flash drive. (Suggest to use the USB flash drive with FAT32 format) 3. Insert USB flash drive into USB port in the rear of the projector. 4. Go to MANAGEMENT Menu > Firmware Upgrade menu and press OK. 5. Select Yes to upgrade the firmware version. In the process of upgrading, please keep power on until updating finished. 6. When you see this message “Upgrade Sucessfully”, firmware upgrade is done. 30 Menu operation Note • Please note that the on-screen display (OSD) menus vary according to the signal type selected and the projector model you are using. • The menu items are available when the projector detects at least one valid signal. If there is no equipment connected to the projector or no signal detected, limited menu items are accessible. PICTURE menu Display Mode The projector is preset with several predefined picture modes so that you can choose one to suit your operating environment and input signal picture type. • Bright: Maximizes the brightness of the projected image. This mode is suitable for environments where extra-high brightness is required, such as using the projector in well lit rooms. • Vivid TV: With well-saturated color, fine-tuned sharpness and a higher brightness level, Vivid TV mode is perfect for watching movies in a living room where there is a small amount of ambient light. • Cinema: Complement with accurate color and deepest contrast at lower brightness level, Cinema mode is suitable for playing movies in an environment with a bit of ambient light, like in living room. • User: Recalls the settings customized based on the current available display modes. See "User Mode" on page 31. • ISF Night: Only available when ISF is enabled. • ISF Day: Only available when ISF is enabled. • Smooth Picture: Hidden as default. Shows only when Smooth Picture is switched on in the ALIGNMENT menu. • 3D: Is appropriate for playing 3D images and 3D video clips. This mode is only available when 3D function is enabled. • HLG: Delivers Hybrid Long Gamma effects by adding a logarithmic curve with extra brightness over the top of the signal. This mode is only available when: ALIGNMENT > HDR is set at Auto, and HLG content is detected. User Mode When Display Mode is set to User, you can adjust Bright, Vivid TV, Cinema induvudually. Brightness The higher the value, the brighter the image. Adjust this control so the black areas of the image appear just as black and that detail in the dark areas is visible. Contrast The higher the value, the greater the contrast. Use this to set the peak white level after you have previously adjusted the Brightness setting to suit your selected input and viewing environment. Color Lower setting produces less saturated colors. If the setting is too high, colors on the image will be overpowering, which makes the image unrealistic. 31 Tint The higher the value, the more greenish the picture becomes. The lower the value, the more reddish the picture becomes. Sharpness The higher the value, the sharper the picture becomes.

Advanced Gamma Selection Gamma refers to the relationship between input source and picture brightness. Choose a preferred gamma mode from among 1.8/2.0/ 2.1/2.2/2.3/2.4/2.5/2.6/User. Color Temperature There are several preset color temperature settings available. The available settings may vary according to the signal type selected.

HDR Brightness The projector can automatically adjust the brightness levels of your image according to the input source. You can also manually select a brightness level to display better picture quality. When the value is higher, the image becomes brighter; when the value is lower, the image becomes darker. • Preset: Selects a color temperature from among Normal, Cool, Lamp Native, or Warm. You can also set a preferred color temperature by adjusting the following options. • Red Gain/Green Gain/Blue Gain: Adjusts the contrast levels of Red, Green, and Blue. • Red Offset/Green Offset/Blue Offset: Adjusts the brightness levels of Red, Green, and Blue. 32 Advanced (Continued) Color Management This function provides six sets (RGBCMY) of colors to be adjusted. When you select each color, you can independently adjust its range and saturation according to your preference. • Primary Color: Selects a color from among R (Red), G (Green), B (Blue), C (Cyan), M (Magenta), or Y (Yellow). • Hue: Increase in the range will include colors consisted of more proportions of its two adjacent colors. Please refer to the illustration for how the colors relate to each other. For example, if you select Red and set its range at 0, only pure red in the projected picture will be selected. Increasing its range will include red close to yellow and red close to magenta. • Saturation: Adjusts the values to your preference. Every adjustment made will reflect to the image immediately. For example, if you select Red and set its value at 0, only the saturation of pure red will be affected. Note • Saturation is the amount of that color in a video picture. Lower settings color from produce the image less entirely. saturated If the colors; saturation a setting is too of “0” high, removes that color that will be overpowering and unrealistic. • Gain: Adjusts the values to your preference. The contrast level of the primary color you select will be affected. Every adjustment made will reflect to the image immediately. Note • When "White" is selected, "Hue/Saturation/Gain" is changed into "Red Gain/Green Gain/Blue Gain. RED Yellow GREEN Magenta Cyan BLUE 33 ViviSettings • Color Enhancer: Allows you to fine-tune the saturation of colors with larger flexibility. It modulates complex color algorithms to flawlessly render saturated colors, fine gradients, intermediate hues and subtle pigments. • Flesh Tone: Provides a smart adjustment of hue only for calibrating people's skin color, not other colors in the image. It prevents discoloration of skin tones from the light of the projection beam, portraying every skin tone in its most beautiful shade. • ViviPeaking: It is a super-resolution technology which radically enhances Full HD content in terms of colors, contrast, and textures. It's also a Detail Enhancement Technology refines surface details for true-to-life images that pop off the screen. Users can adjust levels of sharpness and detail enhancement Advanced for optimal viewing. (Continued) • ViviMotion: You can use this feature to smooth fast-moving videos by comparing consecutive image frames ans inserting an intermediate image frame between them. Noise Reduction Reduces electrical image noise caused by different media players. ViviBlack Changes the black level of the projected pictures to enhance the effect of contrast ratio. Brilliant Color This feature utilizes a new color-processing algorithm and system level enhancements to enable higher brightness while providing truer, more vibrant colors in picture. It enables a greater than 50% brightness increase in mid-tone images, which are common in video and natural scenes, so the projector reproduces images in realistic and true colors. Reset Current Display Mode Returns all of the adjustments you’ve made for the selected Display Mode to the factory preset values. 34 ALIGNMENT menu

Digital Zoom Conceals the poor picture quality in the four edges. The greater the value, the more portion of the picture is concealed while the screen remains filled and geometrically accurate. Setting 0 means the picture is 100% displayed. 3D This projector features a 3D function which enables you to enjoy the 3D movies, videos, and sporting events in a more realistic way by presenting the depth of the images. You need to wear a pair of 3D glasses to view the 3D images. • 3D Mode: The default setting is Auto and the projector automatically chooses an appropriate 3D format when detecting 3D contents. If the projector cannot recognize the 3D format, manually choose a 3D mode according to your preference. • 3D Sync Invert: When your 3D image is distorted, enable this function to switch between the image for the left eye and the right eye for more comfortable 3D viewing experience. HDR The projector supports HDR imaging sources. It can automatically detect the dynamic range of the source for SDR or HDR10 or HLG, and optimize settings to reproduce contents under wider dynamic range. Meanwhile, the Display Mode cannot be adjusted after switching to HDR. Smooth Picture Minimizes the acoustic noise. It is suitable for the need of watching movies that requires an ultra-quiet environment so that you won't be disturbed by the noise of the projector. When this mode is used, the following menu functions will be automatically changed to the designated settings and grayed out. • On: To turn on XPR (The display resolution will be 3840 x 2160.)

• Off: To turn off XPR (The display resolution will be 1920 x 1080.) 35 There are several options to set the image's aspect ratio depending on your input signal source.

• Auto: Scales an image proportionally to fit the projector's native resolution in its horizontal or vertical width. 16:9 picture • Fill: Projects an image as its original resolution and resizes it to fit within the display area. 4:3 picture Aspect Ratio 16:9 picture • 4:3: Scales an image so that it is displayed in the center of the screen with a 4:3 aspect ratio. 4:3 picture • 16:9: Scales an image so that it is displayed in the center of the screen with a 16:9 aspect ratio. 16:9 picture

Keystone Corrects vertical keystoning of the image manually. 36 SETTINGS menu

Projection The projector can be installed on a ceiling or behind a screen, or with one or more mirrors. See "Choosing a location" on page 12.

Language Sets the language for the On-Screen Display (OSD) menus.

Splash Screen Allows you to select which logo screen will be displayed during projector start-up. Auto Off Timer Allows the projector to turn off automatically if no input signal is detected after a set period of time to prevent unnecessary waste of lamp life. Direct Power On Allows the projector to turn on automatically once the power is fed through the power cord. Menu Settings • Menu Position: Sets the On-Screen Display (OSD) menu position. • Menu Display Time: Sets the length of time the OSD will remain active after your last key press. • Message: Sets the reminder messages on or off.

Auto Source Allows the projector to automatically search for a signal.

Audio Settings • Effect: • Mode: This function utilizes MaxxAudio sound enhancement technology, which incorporates Waves’s algorithms to deliver great effects of the bass and treble, and provide you with immersive cinematic audio experience. The following preset sound modes are provided: Normal, Cinema, Music, Dynamic, and User. The User mode allows you to personalize the sound settings. When selecting the User mode, you may make manual adjustments with the User Settings function. If the Mute function is activated, adjusting Effect will turn off the Mute function.

• User Settings: Select desired frequency bands (100 Hz, 300 Hz,1k Hz, 3k Hz, and 10k Hz) to adjust the levels according to your preference. The settings made here define the User mode. • Mute: Temporarily turns off the sound. • Volume: Adjusts the sound level. • S/PDIF: Enable or disable S/PDIF. • Reset Audio Settings: All of the adjustments you’ve done for the Effect menu return to the factory preset values. 37 MANAGEMENT menu Light Settings • Light Mode: Selects a suitable lamp power from among the provided modes. • Normal: Provides full lamp brightness. • ECO: Lowers brightness to extend the lamp life and decreases the fan noise. • Dynamic ECO: Adjusts the lamp power automatically depending on the content brightness level while optimizing display quality. • Reset Light Timer: See "Replacing the Lamp" on page 42. • Light Timer: Displays Light Timer information. HDMI Settings • HDMI Range Selects a suitable color format to optimize display quality. • Auto: Automatically selects a suitable color space and gray level for the incoming HDMI signal. • Full: Utilizes the Full range RGB 0-255. • Limited: Utilizes the Limited range RGB 16-235. Password See "Utilizing the password function" on page 28. Key Lock With the control keys on the projector and remote control locked, you can prevent your projector settings from being changed accidentally (by children, for example). When the Key Lock is on, no control keys on the projector will operate except POWER. To release panel key lock, press and hold (the right key) on the projector or remote control for 3 seconds. Note • If you turn off the projector without disabling panel key lock, the projector will still be in locked status the next time it is turned on. LED Indicator You can turn off the LED warning lights. This is to avoid any light disturbance when viewing images in a dark room. ISF The ISF calibration menu is password protected and only accessible by authorized ISF calibrators. The ISF (Imaging Science Foundation) has developed carefully crafted, industry-recognized standards for optimal video performance and has implemented a training program for technicians and installers to use these standards to obtain optimal picture quality from video display devices. Accordingly, we recommend that setup and calibration be performed by an ISF certified installation technician. Note • For more information, go to http://www.imagingscience.com or contact the dealer or retailer from whom you purchased the projector. 38 Adjusts the image size and focus and check that the projected image is free Test Pattern from distortion. HDMI EDID • HDMI EDID Switch HDMI EDID between HDMI 1.4 or HDMI 2.0 in order to solve compatibility issue with uncertain old players. • 2.0: Enhanced mode can switch to HDMI 2.0 EDID • 1.4: Standard mode can switch to HDMI 1.4 EDID. 12V Trigger • On: If this is selected, the projector will send electronic signal out when it is turned on. • Off: If this is selected, the projector will not send electronic signal out when it is turned on. High Altitude We recommend you use the High Altitude when your environment is between 1500 m –3000 m above sea level, and ambient temperature is between 0°C–30°C. Operation under "High Altitude" may cause a higher decibel operating noise level because of increased fan speed necessary to improve overall system cooling and performance. If you use this projector under other extreme conditions excluding the above, it may display auto shut-down symptoms, which is designed to protect your projector from over-heating. In cases like this, you should switch to High Altitude mode to solve these symptoms. However, this is not to state that this projector can operate under any and all harsh or extreme conditions. Note • Do not use the High Altitude if your altitude is between 0 m and 1500 m and ambient temperature is between 0°C and 35°C. The projector will be over cooled, if you turn the mode on under such a condition. Firmware Upgrade See "Upgrading firmware" on page 30. Reset All Settings Returns all settings to the factory preset values. 39 INFORMATION menu • Model Name: Shows the current model name of your projector. • Source: Shows the current signal source. • Resolution: Shows the native resolution of the input signal. • Light Usage Time: Shows the number of hours the lamp has been used. • 3D Format: Shows the current 3D mode. • Firmware Version: Shows the system & DLP versions of your projector. • Serial No.: Shows the serial number of your projector. 40 Maintenance The projector needs proper maintenance. You should keep the lens clean as dust, dirt or spots will project on the screen and diminish image quality. If any other parts need replacing, contact your dealer or qualified service personnel. When cleaning any part of the projector, always switch off and unplug the projector first. Warning • Never open any of the covers on the projector. Dangerous electrical voltages inside the projector can cause severe injury. Do not attempt to service this product yourself. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Cleaning the Lens Gently wipe the lens with lens cleaning paper. Do not touch the lens with your hands. Cleaning the Projector Housing Gently wipe with a soft cloth. If dirt and stains are not easily removed, use a soft cloth damped with water, or water and neutral detergent, and wipe dry with a soft, dry cloth. Note • Turn off the projector and remove the AC power cord from the power outlet before beginning maintenance work. • Make sure the lens is cool before cleaning. • Do not use detergents or chemicals other than those noted above. Do not use benzene or thinners. • Do not use chemical sprays. • Use a soft cloth or lens paper only. 41 Replacing the Lamp As the projector operates over time, the brightness of the projector lamp gradually decreases and the lamp becomes more susceptible to breakage. We recommend replacing the lamp if a warning message is displayed. Do not attempt to replace the lamp yourself. Contact the qualified service personnel for replacement. Note • The lamp is extremely hot right after turning off the projector. If you touch the lamp, you may scald your finger. When you replace the lamp, wait for at least 45 minutes for the lamp to cool down. • Do not touch the lamp glass at any time. The lamp may explode due to improper handling, including the touching of the lamp glass. • Lamp lifetime may differ from lamp to lamp and according to the environment of use. There is no guarantee of the same lifetime for each lamp. Some lamps may fail or terminate their lifetime in a shorter period of time than other similar lamps. • A lamp may explode as a result of vibration, shock or degradation as a result of hours of use as its lifetime draws to an end. Risk of explosion may differ according to the environment or conditions in which the projector and lamp are being used. • Wear protective gloves and eyeglasses when fixing or detaching the lamp. • Faster on-off-cycles will damage the lamp and reduce lamp life. Wait at least for 5 minutes to turn off the projector after powering on. • Do not operate the lamp in proximity to paper, cloth, or other combustible material nor cover it with such materials. • Do not operate the lamp in an atmosphere containing an inflammable substance, such as thinner. • Thoroughly ventilate the area or the room when operating the lamp in an oxygen atmosphere (in the air). If ozone is inhaled, it could cause headaches, nausea, dizziness, and other symptoms. • The inorganic mercury is involved in the lamp. If the lamp bursts, the mercury inside the lamp will be exposed. Leave the area immediately if the lamp shatters while being operated and ventilate the area for at least 30 minutes in order to avoid the inhalation of mercury fumes. Otherwise it could be harmful to user’s health. 42 1. Turn off the projector. 2. If the projector is installed in a ceiling mount, remove it 3. Unplug the power cord. 4. Use a screwdriver to remove the screw from the cover. (Illustration #1) Push up and remove the cover. (Illustration #2) 5. Remove the screw from the lamp module. (Illustration #3) Raise the handle, and lift out the module. (Illustration #4) 6. Insert the new lamp module into the projector and tighten the screws. 7. Replace the lamp cover and tighten the screw. 8. Turn on the projector. If the lamp does not turn on after the warm-up period, try reinstalling the lamp. 9. Reset the lamp hour. Refer to the “MANAGEMENT > Light Settings > Reset Light Timer” menu. Note • Dispose the used lamp according to local regulations. • Ensure that screws are tightened properly. Screws not tightened fully may result in injury or accidents. • Since the lamp is made of glass, do not drop the unit and do not scratch the glass. • Do not reuse the old lamp. This could cause the lamp to explode. • Be sure to turn off the projector and unplug the AC power cord before replacing the lamp. • Do not use the projector with the lamp cover removed. 2 1 3 4 43 Specifications • All specifications are subject to change without notice. Model HK2200 Optical Resolution 3840 x 2160 with XPR, 1920 x 1080 without XPR Display system 1-CHIP DMD Lens F = 1.9 ~ 2.47, f = 12 ~ 15.6 mm Clear focus range 1.2m ~ 5.1m @ Wide, 1.3m ~ 4.9m @ Tele Lamp 245 W lamp Zoom ratio 1.3X Electrical Power supply AC100–240V, 3.60 A, 50–60 Hz (Automatic) Power consumption 350 W (Max); 0.5 W (Standby) Mechanical Weight 3.7 Kg + 200 g (8.2 lbs + 0.44 lbs) Output terminals Speaker 5 watt x 1 Audio signal output PC audio jack x 1 SPDIF to optical x 1 Control USB Type-A (USB 3.0) x 1 Type-A (USB 2.0) x 1 Mini-B x 1 Type-A (USB 2.0 for wireless dongle) x 1 Trigger for screen control 12V DC x 1 RS-232 serial control 9 pin x 1 IR receiver x 1 Input terminals Video signal input HDMI (2.0b, HDCP 2.2) x 2 Environmental Requirements Operating temperature 0°C–40°C at sea level Operating relative humidity 10%–90% (without condensation) Operating altitude 0–1499 m at 0°C–35°C 1500–3000 m at 0°C–30°C (with High Altitude Mode on) Storage temperature -20°C–60°C at sea level Storage humidity 10%–90% RH (without condensation) Storage altitude 30°C@ 0~12,200m above sea level Transporting Original packing or equivalent is recommended 44 Dimensions 367.3 mm (W) x 254.0 mm (D) x 129.7 mm (H) Ceiling mount installation Ceiling mount screws: M4 x 8 (Max. L = 8mm) Unit: mm 45 Appendix LED Indicator Messages Light Status & Description System events System is in stand-by mode System is powering up System is under normal operation System is cooling down Downloading Colorwheel start fail Scaler reset fail Lamp life exhausted Lamp door is not closed Burn-In events Burn-in on Burn-in off Lamp events Lamp error in normal operation Lamp is not lit up Thermal events Fan 1 error (the actual fan speed is outside the desired speed) Fan 2 error (the actual fan speed is outside the desired speed) Fan 3 error (the actual fan speed is outside the desired speed) Fan 4 error (the actual fan speed is outside the desired speed) Temperature 1 error (over limited temperature) : Off : Orange On : Green On : Red On : Orange Flashing : Green Flashing : Red Flashing 46 Compatibility Modes Supported timing for HDMI (HDCP) input • PC timings Vertical Horizontal Frequency Frequency (Hz) (kHz) Note • The timings showing above may not be supported due to EDID file and VGA graphic card limitations. It is possible that some timings cannot be chosen. Pixel Frequency (MHz) Supported 3D format Resolution Mode Top Bottom Side by Side 640 x 480 VGA_60 59.940 31.469 25.175 VGA_72 72.809 37.861 31.500 VGA_75 75.000 37.500 31.500 VGA_85 85.008 43.269 36.000 720 x 400 720 x 400_70 70.087 31.469 28.3221 800 x 600 SVGA_60 60.317 37.879 40.000 SVGA_72 72.188 48.077 50.000 SVGA_75 75.000 46.875 49.500 SVGA_85 85.061 53.674 56.250 SVGA_120 Blanking) (Reduce 119.854 77.425 83.000 1024 x 768 XGA_60 60.004 48.363 65.000 V V XGA_70 70.069 56.476 75.000 XGA_75 75.029 60.023 78.750 XGA_85 84.997 68.667 94.500 XGA_120 Blanking) (Reduce 119.989 97.551 115.5 1152 x 864 1152 x 864_75 75 67.5 108 1024 x 576@60Hz Notebook Timing 60.00 35.820 46.996 1024 x 600@65Hz Notebook Timing 64.995 41.467 51.419 1280 x 720 1280 x 720_60 60 45.000 74.250 V V 1280 x 768 1280 x 768_60 59.870 47.776 79.5 V V 1280 x 800 WXGA_60 59.810 49.702 83.500 V V WXGA_75 74.934 62.795 106.500 WXGA_85 84.880 71.554 122.500 WXGA_120 Blanking) (Reduce 119.909 101.563 146.25 1280 x 1024 SXGA_60 60.020 63.981 108.000 V V SXGA_75 75.025 79.976 135.000 SXGA_85 85.024 91.146 157.500 1280 x 960 1280 x 960_60 60.000 60.000 108 1280 x 960_85 85.002 85.938 148.500 V V 1360 x 768 1360 x 768_60 60.015 47.712 85.500 V V 1440 x 900 WXGA+_60 59.887 55.935 106.500 V V 1400 x 1050 SXGA+_60 59.978 65.317 121.750 V V 1600 x 1200 UXGA 60.000 75.000 162.000 V V 1680 x 1050 1680 x 1050_60 59.954 65.290 146.250 V V 640 x 480@67Hz MAC13 66.667 35.000 30.240 832 x 624@75Hz MAC16 74.546 49.722 57.280 1024 x 768@75Hz MAC19 75.020 60.241 80.000 1152 x 870@75Hz MAC21 75.06 68.68 100.00 1920 x 1080@60Hz 1920 x 1080_60 60 67.5 148.5 V V 1920 x 1200@60Hz 1920 x 1200_60 (Reduce Blanking) 59.95 74.038 154 V V 1920 x 1080@120Hz 1920 x 1080_120 (Only HDMI 2.0 support) 120.000 135.000 297 3840 x 2160 3840 x 2160_30 For 4K2K model 30 67.5 297 3840 x 2160 3840 x 2160_60 For 4K2K model (Only HDMI 2.0 support) 60 135 594 47 • Video timings • Color Depth Table Supported 3D format Frame Packing Top Bottom Side by Side 480i 720 (1440) x 480 15.73 59.94 27 480p 720 x 480 31.47 59.94 27 576i 720 (1440) x 576 15.63 50 27 576p 720 x 576 31.25 50 27 720/50p 1280 x 720 37.5 50 74.25 V V V 720/60p 1280 x 720 45.00 60 74.25 V V V 1080/24P 1920 x 1080 27 24 74.25 V V V 1080/25P 1920 x 1080 28.13 25 74.25 1080/30P 1920 x 1080 33.75 30 74.25 1080/50i 1920 x 1080 28.13 50 74.25 V 1080/60i 1920 x 1080 33.75 60 74.25 V 1080/50P 1920 x 1080 56.25 50 148.5 V V 1080/60P 1920 x 1080 67.5 60 148.5 V V 2160/24P 3840 x 2160 (Only HDMI 2.0 support) 54 24 297 2160/25P 3840 x 2160 (Only HDMI 2.0 support) 56.25 25 297 2160/30P 3840 x 2160 (Only HDMI 2.0 support) 67.5 30 297 2160/50P 3840 x 2160 (Only HDMI 2.0 support) 112.5 50 594 2160/60P 3840 x 2160 (Only HDMI 2.0 support) 135 60 594 Display format (refresh rate) Chroma subsampling 8 Bit 10 Bit 12 Bit 4K/60p (60 Hz) Horizontal Vertical Timing Resolution Frequency Frequency (kHz) (Hz) 04:04:04 Yes No No 04:02:02 Yes Yes Yes 04:02:00 Yes Yes Yes 4K/24p (24 Hz) 04:04:04 Yes Yes Yes 04:02:02 Yes Yes Yes 04:02:00 Yes Yes Yes 48 Dot Clock Frequency (MHz) Troubleshooting Refer to the symptoms and measures listed below before sending the projector for repairs. If the problem persists, contact your local reseller or service center. Please refer to "LED Indicator Messages" as well. Start-up problems If no lights turn on: • Be sure that the power cord is securely connected to the projector and the other end is plugged into an outlet with power. • Press the power button again. • Unplug the power cord and wait for a short while, then plug it in and press the power button again. Image problems If the searching source is displayed: • Press Source on the remote control to select an active input source. • Be sure the external source is turned on and connected. • For a computer connection, ensure your notebook computer’s external video port is turned on. Refer to the computer manual. If the image is out of focus: • While displaying the on-screen menu, adjust the focus ring. (The image size should not change; if it does, you are adjusting the zoom, not the focus.) • Check the projection lens to see if it needs cleaning. Remote control problems If the remote control does not operate: • Be sure nothing is blocking the remote control receiver on the front of the projector. Use the remote control within the effective range. • Aim the remote control at the screen or at the front or back of the projector. • Move the remote control so it is more directly in front of or behind the projector and not as far to the side. 49 RS-232 Protocol RS-232 Setting Baud rate: 9600 Parity check: None Data bit: 8 Stop bit: 1 Flow control: None Examples: Control items Input command row Projector return message Execute command reset.all[CR] RESET.ALL Query current brightness op bright ?[CR] OP BRIGHT =50 Set up brightness op bright =100[CR] OP BRIGHT =100 Brightness value + 1 op bright +[CR] OP BRIGHT ="new value" Brightness value - 1 op bright -[CR] OP BRIGHT ="new value" Out of range or not support op bright =200[CR] OP BRIGHT =NA Illegal command op abright =100[CR] *Illegal format# 50 Function Type Operation Support ASCII Write Power On Y op power.on<CR> Power Write Power off Y op power.off<CR> Read Power Status Y op standby.power ?<CR> Write HDMI 1 Y op input.sel =0<CR> Source Selection Write Write HDMI 2 Media Y op input.sel =1<CR> Y op input.sel =2<CR> Read Current source Y op input.sel ?<CR> Write Bright Y op pic.mode =0<CR> Write Vivid TV Y op pic.mode =1<CR> Display Mode Write Write Cinema User Y op pic.mode =2<CR> Y op pic.mode =3<CR> Read Display Mode Y op pic.mode ?<CR> Write Reset Current Display Mode Y op pic.reset<CR> Write Refer Bright Y op ref.pic =0<CR> User Mode Write Refer Vivid TV Y op ref.pic =1<CR> Write Refer Cinema Y op ref.pic =2<CR> Write Brightness level for customer Y op bright =100<CR> Read Brightness value Y op bright ?<CR> Write Contrast level for customer Y op contrast =100<CR> Read Contrast value Y op contrast ?<CR> Write Color level for customer Y op color =100<CR> Read Color value Y op color ?<CR> Write Tint level for customer Y op tint =100<CR> Read Tint value Y op tint ?<CR> Write Sharpness level for customer Y op sharp =0<CR> Read Sharpness value Y op sharp ?<CR> Write Gamma 1.8 Y op gamma =0<CR> Write Gamma 2.0 Y op gamma =1<CR> Write Gamma 2.1 Y op gamma =2<CR> Write Gamma 2.2 Y op gamma =3<CR> Write Gamma 2.3 Y op gamma =4<CR> Write Gamma 2.4 Y op gamma =5<CR> Write Gamma 2.5 Y op gamma =6<CR> Write Gamma 2.6 Y op gamma =7<CR> Write Gamma User (TBD) Y op gamma =8<CR> Write Color Temperature - Normal Y op color.temp =0<CR> Write Color Temperature - Warm Y op color.temp =1<CR> Write Color Temperature - Cool Y op color.temp =2<CR> Write Color Temperature - Lamp Native Y op color.temp =3<CR> Color Setting Read Color Temperature Status Y op color.temp ?<CR> Write Color Temperature - Red Gain Y op red.gain =100<CR> Read Color Temperaturet - Red Gain value Y op red.gain ?<CR> Write Color Temperaturet - Green Gain Y op green.gain =100<CR> Read Color Temperature - Green Gain value Y op green.gain ?<CR> Write Color Temperature- Blue Gain Y op blue.gain =100<CR> Read Color Temperature - Blue Gain value Y op blue.gain ?<CR> Write Color Temperature - Red Offset Y op red.offset =100<CR> Read Color Temperature - Red Offset value Y op red.offset ?<CR> Write Color Temperature - Green Offset Y op green.offset =100<CR> Read Color Temperature - Green Offsetvalue Y op green.offset ?<CR> Write Color Temperature - Blue Offset Y op blue.offset =100<CR> Read Color Temperature - Blue Offset value Y op blue.offset ?<CR> Write Color Management - Red Gain Y op hsg.r.gain =100<CR> Write Color Management - Red/Hue Y op hsg.r.hue =100<CR> Write Color Management - Red/Saturation Y op hsg.r.sat =100<CR> Write Color Management - Green Gain Y op hsg.g.gain =100<CR> Write Color Management - Green/Hue Y op hsg.g.hue =100<CR> Write Color Management - Green/Saturation Y op hsg.g.sat =100<CR> Write Color Management - Blue Gain Y op hsg.b.gain =100<CR> Write Color Management - Blue/Hue Y op hsg.b.hue =100<CR> Write Color Management - Blue/Saturation Y op hsg.b.sat =100<CR> Write Color Management - Cyan Gain Y op hsg.c.gain =100<CR> Write Color Management - Cyan/Hue Y op hsg.c.hue =100<CR> Write Color Management - Cyan/Saturation Y op hsg.c.sat =100<CR> 51

Color Setting Picture Settings Audio Settings Write Color Management - Magenta Gain Y op hsg.m.gain =100<CR> Write Color Management - Magenta/Hue Y op hsg.m.hue =100<CR> Write Color Management - Magenta/Saturation Y op hsg.m.sat =100<CR> Write Color Management - Yellow Gain Y op hsg.y.gain =100<CR> Write Color Management - Yellow/Hue Y op hsg.y.hue =100<CR> Write Color Management - Yellow/Saturation Y op hsg.y.sat =100<CR> Write ViviSettings - Color Enhencer Y op color.en =8<CR> Write ViviSettings - Flesh Tone Y op flesh.t =0<CR> Write ViviSettings - ViviPeaking Y op vivi.peaking =0<CR> Write ViviSettings - ViviMotion Y op vivi.motion =0<CR> Write Noise Reduction Y op noise.r =0<CR> Write ViviBlack Y op vivi.black =0<CR> Write Brilliant color Y op bri.color =1<CR> Read Brilliant color status Y op bri.color ?<CR> Write Digital Zoom Y op zoom =0<CR> Write 3D Auto Y op threed.format =0<CR> Write 3D Sync Top Bottom Y op threed.format =1<CR> Write 3D Sync Side by side Y op threed.format =2<CR> Write 3D Off Y op threed.format =3<CR> Read 3D Status Y op threed.format ?<CR> Write 3D inverter Y op threed.syncinvert =1<CR> Write HDR Y op hdr.control =1<CR> Write Quietest Y op quietest =1<CR> Write Aspect Auto Y op aspect =0<CR> Write Aspect real Y op aspect =1<CR> Write Aspect 4:3 Y op aspect =2<CR> Write Aspect 16:9 Y op aspect =3<CR> Read Aspect Status Y op aspect ?<CR> Write Keystone vertical Y op v.keystone =30<CR> Write Projector Position-Front Y op projection =0<CR> Write Projector Position-Front+Ceiling Y op projection =1<CR> Write Projector Position-Rear Y op projection =2<CR> Write Projector Position-Rear+Ceiling Y op projection =3<CR> Read Projector Position Status Y op projection ?<CR> Write Language Y op lang =0<CR> Write splash screen Y op splash.screen =0<CR> Write Auto Off Timer Y op sleep.timer =0<CR> Write Direct Power On Y op direct.poweron =1<CR> Read Direct Power On-Status Y op direct.poweron ?<CR> Write Menu Position Y op menu.position =0<CR> Write Menu Display Time Y op menu.timer =0<CR> Write Message Y op message =0<CR> Write Auto Source Y op auto.src =0<CR> Write Mute On Y op mute =1<CR> Write Mute Off Y op mute =0<CR> Read Mute Status Y op mute ?<CR> Write Volume level for customer Y op volume =0<CR> Read Volume Status Y op volume ?<CR> Write S/PDIF ON Y op spdif =1<CR> Read S/PDIF Status Y op spdif ?<CR> Write Sound Mode : Nromal Y op sound.mode =0<CR> Write Sound Mode : Cinema Y op sound.mode =1<CR> Write Sound Mode : Music Y op sound.mode =2<CR> Write Sound Mode : Dynamic Y op sound.mode =3<CR> Write Sound Mode : User Y op sound.mode =5<CR> Write User EQ - 100Hz Y op UserEQ.100hz =10<CR> Read User EQ - 100Hz Y op UserEQ.100hz ?<CR> Write User EQ - 300Hz Y op UserEQ.300hz =10<CR> Read User EQ - 300Hz Y op UserEQ.300hz ?<CR> Write User EQ - 1kHZ Y op UserEQ.1khz =10<CR> Read User EQ - 1kHZ Y op UserEQ.1khz ?<CR> Write User EQ - 3kHz Y op UserEQ.3khz =10<CR> Read User EQ - 3kHz Y op UserEQ.3khz ?<CR> Write User EQ - 10kHz Y op UserEQ.10khz =10<CR> Read User EQ - 10kHz Y op UserEQ.10khz ?<CR> 52 Light Settings Management Miscellaneous Write Reset Audio Settings Y op audio.reset<CR> Write Normal mode Y op light.mode =0<CR> Write ECO mode Y op light.mode =1<CR> Write Dynamic ECO mode Y op light.mode =2<CR> Read Light Mode Status Y op light.mode ?<CR> Write Light Timer Reset Y op light1.reset<CR> Read Light Timer Y op light1.hours ?<CR> Write HDMI Settings Y op hdmi.range =0<CR> Write Change New password & Power on lock = Y op security.lock =<CR> Write Remove psaaword & Power on lock = off Y op security.unlock =<CR> Write Key lock Y op keypad.lock =0<CR> Write LED Indicator Y op led =0<CR> Write Test Pattern Y op test.pattern =0<CR> Write 12V Trigger Y op trigger =0<CR> Write High Altitude mode off Y op fanspeed =0<CR> Write Firmware Upgrade Y op fwupgrade<CR> Write Reset all settings Y op reset.all<CR> Read Model Name Y op model ?<CR> Read Eco Blank Status Y op ecoblank ?<CR> Write Eco Blank Y op ecoblank =1<CR> Write Freeze Y op Freeze =1<CR> Read Freeze Status Y op Freeze ?<CR> Write Menu On/Off Y op menu<CR> Write Back Y op back<CR> 53


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