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Before Using

OWNER’S MANUAL
3LCD DATA PROJECTOR
TLP-X2000

Preparations
TLP-XC2000 (With Document Camera)

Operations
Maintenance
TLP-X2000
Others

Before Using
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended - Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

Before Using
to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage" within the product's - Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
persons.
connected.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the appliance. RESPONSIBLE PARTY: TOSHIBA AMERICA INFORMATION SYSTEMS, INC.
9740 Irvine Blvd., Irvine, CA 92618-1697 U.S.A
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE Phone: (949) 583-3000
THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. DANGEROUS HIGH VOLTAGES
ARE PRESENT INSIDE THE ENCLOSURE. DO NOT OPEN THE CABINET.
WARNING: Changes or modifications made to this equipment, not expressly approved by
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL ONLY.
USA only Toshiba, or parties authorized by Toshiba, could void the user’s authority to
WARNING: Handling the cord on this product or cords associated with accessories sold with operate the equipment.
USA only this product, will expose you to lead, a chemical known to the State of California
to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling. Notice: This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. Cet appareil
CANADA only numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
WARNING: This [product] contains mercury. Disposal of mercury may be regulated due to
USA only environmental considerations. For disposal or recycling information, please
contact your local authorities or the Electronic Industries Alliance: www.eiae.org.
MODEL NAME: TLP-XC2000
FCC Radio Frequency Interference Statement
MODEL NAME: TLP-X2000 USA only
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class
TRADE NAME: DATA PROJECTOR MODEL NAME: TLP-X2000 USA only A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed
Tested To Comply to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment
With FCC Standards is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and
FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE can radiates radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance
with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
FCC NOTICE: This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to
the following two conditions: cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference at his own expense.
interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital WARNING: Changes or modifications made to this equipment, not expressly approved by
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable USA only Toshiba, or parties authorized by Toshiba, could void the user’s authority to operate
protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, the equipment.
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. Notice: This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. Cet appareil
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. CANADA only numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can
be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct WARNING: This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause
the interference by one or more of the following measures: radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate
measures.

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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION: PLEASE READ AND OBSERVE ALL WARNINGS AND 5. Heat 8. Power-Cord Protection

Before Using
INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN IN THIS OWNER'S MANUAL AND THOSE The product should be situated Power-supply cords should be
MARKED ON THE UNIT. RETAIN THIS BOOKLET FOR FUTURE away from heat sources such as routed so that they are not likely to
REFERENCE. radiators, heat registers, stoves, or be walked on or pinched by items
This unit is fully transistorized and does not contain any parts that can be repaired by the
other products (including placed upon or against them,
user. amplifiers) that produce heat. paying particular attention to cords
at plugs, convenience receptacles,
DO NOT REMOVE THE CABINET COVER, OR YOU MAY BE EXPOSED TO and the point where they exit from
DANGEROUS VOLTAGE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE the product.
PERSONNEL ONLY.

1. Read Owner's Manual 3. Source of Light
After unpacking this product, read Do not look into the lens while the
the owner's manual carefully, and lamp is on. The strong light from 6. Water and Moisture
follow all the operating and other the lamp may cause damage to Do not use this product near water.
instructions. your eyes or sight. - for example, near a bath tub,
wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry
tub; in a wet basement; or near a 9. Overloading
swimming pool and the like. Do not overload wall outlets; to
reduce the risk of electric shock,
do not use the polarized plug with
an extension cord , receptacle, or
other outlet unless the blades can
be inserted completely with three-
2. Power Sources wire grounding type to prevent
4. Ventilation
This product should be operated blade exposure. As this can result
only from the type of power source Openings in the cabinet are
provided for ventilation and to 7. Cleaning in a risk of fire or electric shock.
which does not exceed the voltage
range specified on the ensure reliable operation of the Unplug this product from the wall
rating label and the power cord. product and to protect it from outlet before cleaning. Do not use
If you are not sure of the type of overheating, and these openings liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
power supply to your home, must not be blocked or covered. Use a soft cloth for cleaning.
consult your product dealer or The openings should never be
local power company. blocked by placing the product on
a bed, sofa, rug or other similar
surface. This product should not
be placed in a built-in installation
such as a bookcase or rack unless
proper ventilation is provided.

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It may fall down child or adult. Accessories e) If the product has been dropped or Before Using damaged in any way (If the cabinet For added protection for this vertically Do not place this product on an product during storm. lightning and power-line surges. while it is thundering or care. 6 7 . receiving the electric shock by an This product incorporates glass electric surge. operating instructions as an improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the product to its normal operation. Servicing as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short-out parts plug is damaged. Do not attempt to service this that could result in a fire or electric b) If liquid has been spilled. Adjust only those manufacturer as they may cause controls that are covered by the hazards. If such parts should break. or table. or any other distinct change in performance - the wall outlet. should break. product. lightning. If glass components. thoroughly product develops heat and may Unplug this product from the wall clean the area around the 11. combination to overturn. or when it is unstable cart. The this product or do not place this S3125A broken pieces of glass may cause product on the other equipment. contact your This will prevent you from dealer for repair service. including a lens and a lamp. Quick stops. into this product through openings the following conditions: a) When the power-supply cord or 18. components. do not touch the force. stand. combination should be moved with However. In the unlikely event of Top and bottom plates of this 16. and uneven surfaces may including lens and lamp. to dangerous voltage or other c) If the product has been exposed to hazards. tripod. Attachments d) If the product does not operate Do not use attachments not normally by following the operating recommended by the product instructions. Refer all servicing to rain or water. left unattended and unused for upright position to project the bracket. please handle with Do not use the product in the care to avoid injury) . and serious damage damage to the product due to to the product. please handle with care to 13. causing serious injury to a f) When the product exhibits a pictures at the ceiling. qualified service personnel. A product and cart this indicates a need for service. This will prevent vertical positions. qualified service personnel under items placed in that area.IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (Continued) 10. should break. Do not place the product 15. Stack Inhibited avoid injury and contact your Do not stack other equipment on dealer for repair service. and dangerous. Damage Requiring Service the lamp rupturing. Object and Liquid Entry give some undesirable damage to outlet and refer servicing to projector and discard any edible Never push objects of any kind other unit. apparatus and any connected cause the product and cart cable and/or equipment. Never spill liquid of any objects have fallen into the removing covers may expose you kind on the product. 14. to injury. or product yourself as opening or shock. Lightning storms 12. The product may long periods of time. unplug it from fall. excessive 17.

) between the camera arm or BSI to BSI362. To prevent the unit from possible damage. The laser beam may cause Unauthorized substitutions may damage to the eyes or sight. camera arm. Doing so can result exhaust for long periods in damage or injury. use one of the following types of cable. (Models equipped service technician to perform with document camera) safety checks to determine that To avoid injury. Do not carry by the Moisture Condensation Never operate this unit immediately after moving it from a cold location to a warm location. Do not move the projector • Avoid locations with oil or cigarette smoke. For maximum protection. Doing so will dirty the optical parts. be sure the service control or direct the laser configuration Plug type Line voltage configuration Plug type Line voltage technician has used replacement parts specified by the pointer toward a person or Australian 200 – 240V EURO 220 – 240V manufacturer or have the same a mirror. Do not look into the laser If your line voltage is 220 to 240V. ask the position. 25. • Do not place in hot locations. 21. (Models equipped with level. Replacement Parts 23. or cause deformation or • Do not use this product in the upright position or tilt it up or down by more than 20° from warping. Before Using When replacement parts are light source of the remote Plug Plug required. Safety Check setting the camera arm Upon completion of any service or back in its original repairs to this product. the malfunction may result. Place and Manner of Installation of time. such as near heating equipment. particularly careful. position when moving the cause condensation on the lens or internal parts in the instrument.43 8 9 . be careful not to IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS the product is in proper operating condition. p. projector with [Fan mode] set to [High]. and darkening the screen. 6A (Replacement of the lamp only 24. Switzerland 200 – 240V result in fire. naturally disappears. (Models When the unit is exposed to such a change in temperature. electric shock. Do not use the product in Always store the arm back in sound. document camera) • Using this instrument near a TV or radio may cause interference to the images or audio 22. North American 200 – 240V Always replace the fuse cover after 240V and the main unit when 15A changing the fuse. If this happens. • In a high altitude location where air is thin. paper. get your hands caught when setting the camera arm back in its Save Original Packing Materials original position. Otherwise it may overheat. do not use the unit for at least 2 hours when there is an extreme or sudden change in tempera- deformed items on top of camera) ture. move it away from the TV or radio. moisture may condense on paper documents or easily equipped with document the lens and the crucial internal parts. The original shipping carton and packing materials will come in handy if you ever have to ship your projector. and shorten the life of the projector.IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (Continued) POWER SUPPLY CORD SELECTION 19. • Moving the projector from a low-temperature room to a high-temperature room may a closed installation state. repack the set as it was originally packed at Families with children should be the factory. or UK 220 – 240V 240V other hazards. shortening their lives. Doing so could cause The heat from the unit could erase malfunction. 20. Do not leave thermal. state. the information on the thermal 26. cooling efficiency is reduced so use the This could result in a risk of fire. Ensure to wait until the condensation or in any other closed installation damage may result. 240V 10A characteristics as the original part. Doing so may cause a failure or shorten the life of the product. the unit or near the air Do not carry the projector by the camera arm. Otherwise injury or it in that situation. while the arm is still erect. If you continue to use Do not place the product in a box projector. Do not get your hands Use a 5A fuse which is approved by ASTA should be made by users.

By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly. Inc.36 • Toshiba Corporation accepts no liability whatsoever for any damages arising from • The illustrations in this document are for reference purposes only and may not reflect malfunctions arising from combination with equipment or software that is not related to your package exactly. SVGA. Serial No. etc. avoid contact and wipe it off using tissue paper. • If the batteries are dead or if you will not be using the remote control for a long time. projector. disaster such as earthquakes. and other countries. fire not liable to Toshiba Corporation. lightning. improper operation and other problems. • The lamp contains mercury. or use under abnormal conditions including erroneous or • Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the U. above. please contact your local city office. Do not leave rubber or This product contains substances which are harmful to humans and the environment. the main unit inner temperature rises.. • If the remote control does not operate correctly. If programs with the purpose of other than the personal and private viewing. such as an insect spray. etc. As a household waste. or if the operating range becomes In the spaces provided below.S. For example. Retain this information for future reference. 10 11 . located at the bottom of your reduced. It is recommended that this human health. Please dispose of this product or used lamps in accordance with local regulations. the life of the LCD is shortened and a malfunction may also occur. For more detailed information about recycling of this purchased or your nearby service station about an air filter for replacement. Notational Conventions Used in This Manual • Toshiba Corporation accepts no liability whatsoever for any damages arising from not • References to pages with related information are annotated as follows. EXEMPTION CLAUSES Trademarks • VGA. remove the batteries to prevent battery acid from leaking into the battery compartment. Showing or transmitting commercial imaging software or broadcast or cable-broad casting Using the batteries improperly may cause them to explode or leak and lead to burn or injury. including battery-leaking fluid contacts skin. • Attention should be drawn to the environmental aspects of battery disposal.) broadcast program. (Ask a dealer where the unit was handling of this product. Toshiba Corporation. etc. or displaying with the varying aspect doctor.. SXGA. if done without first consulting with the copyright holder. They will leave marks on the finish. replace both batteries with new ones. you will result. near the unit. • Adobe is a registered trademark and Acrobat Reader is a trademark of Adobe Systems • Toshiba Corporation bears no responsibility for incidental damages (lost profit. REMOTE CONTROL BATTERIES OTHER CAUTIONS AND INFORMATIONS Caution Copyrights • Never throw batteries into a fire. acts • Macintosh is a registered trademark of Apple Computer. For this Notes reason. corruption or loss of the memory contents. interruption. by third parties. wash the fluid off immediately with clean water and consult a modifying images using the freeze or resize functions. ratio of the images. • Do not mix different battery types or combine used batteries with new ones. including obtaining a license from the copyright holder. UXGA are trademarks or registered trademarks of • Toshiba Corporation bears no responsibility in the case of damages arising from natural International Business Machines Corporation. XGA.) arising from the use of or the inability to use this unit.IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS (Continued) Avoid Volatile Liquid Disposal Before Using Do not use volatile liquids. other accidents. be sure to follow the product's precautions. Following information is only for EU-member states: LCD Panel The use of the symbol indicates that this product may not be treated as • If the air filter is stained and is clogged up. • Dispose of batteries in a designated disposal area. Model No. plastic products touching the unit for a long time. record the Model and Serial No. If the fluid is spilt on an instrument. work Incorporated. having followed the descriptions in this Instruction Manual. your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product. which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste replacement be done at the time of replacing a lamp. If cleaning with a chemically saturated cloth. if making a reference to page 36: p. could violate the direct or indirect copyrights of the imaging software or (Dispose of the used tissue paper as flammable garbage after moistening with water. please take appropriate measures before performing one of the actions listed • Be sure to use AAA (LR03) size batteries.) product. help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and Clean the air filter from time to time and replace it regularly.

............................................................................................................................................................................. 45 Image projection with the document camera ....................... 56 Names of each part on the main unit .................................................................................................................... 2 About lamp .... 56 Checking the package contents ........................................................................ 20 MONITOR OUT terminals .................................. 32 Setting the password ............................ 9 Air filter cleaning .............................................................................................................................................................. 48 12 13 ...... 33 Using the menus ................................. 54 CONTENTS ................................................................................................... 56 Preparations List of general specifications .................................................... 53 EXEMPTION CLAUSES .................. 10 Others REMOTE CONTROL BATTERIES ............................... 25 Basic operations ............ 10 OTHER CAUTIONS AND INFORMATIONS .................................................................................................... 4 Lamp replacement .......... 49 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS .......................................................................................................................................... 22 Separately sold product .............................................................................................................................. 58 Names of the terminals on the rear panel ........................... 29 Using auto setting ........ 32 Freezing the image (Freeze) ............................................... 59 Placement ......................................................................................................................................................... 37 The display setting menu .............................................................................. 23 Label locations ..................................................................................................... 50 POWER SUPPLY CORD SELECTION ........................................................................................................................................... 31 Changing picture mode ... 55 Specifications ............................................................................................... 39 The default setting menu ................. 27 Using handy features .............................................................................. 57 Names of each part on the control panel and remote control ............................. 24 Operations Turning the power on and off .............................. 15 List of supported signals (RGB signals) .................................................... 11 Trouble indications ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 46 Locking the white balance ............................................................. 42 Displaying Information (Status display) .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 16 List of supported signals (Y/PB/PR signals) ............ 45 Preparation of the document camera .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 14 Document camera specifications (Models equipped with document camera) ....... 9 Lens and main unit cleaning ...... 29 Correcting the keystone distortion ................................................................................................................................................... 21 CONTROL terminal ............................................................................................................................................. S-Video signals) ...................................................... 31 Changing screen size ............ 59 Connection ............................................... 19 Pin assignment of COMPUTER 1 IN....... 44 Using the document camera ............................. 58 Operating a computer using the remote control .............................................................................. 18 List of supported signals (Video.............. 36 How to use the menus .................................. 58 Names of part on the document camera (models with a document camera) ..... 29 Resizing image .....................................................................................................................................CONTENTS Before Using Maintenance Before Using SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ........................................................................................ 52 IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS ...... COMPUTER 2 IN & Preparing and using the remote control ................................................................................. 12 Before calling service personnel ................................................. 36 The image adjustment menu ......... 30 Cutting off the picture and sound temporarily (Mute) ...........................................................................................................................

The shape and number of supplied power cords vary depending on the product destination. ■ (2) LR03 (SIZE AAA) batteries for remote ■ (7) Carrying bag (4) Control panel : Operates the projector. the printed Owner’s manual (Getting started) and Acrobat® Reader™ to view the manual. section of the manual.16 control (2) ■ (8) Mouse remote control receiver (5) Zooming lever : Adjusts screen size. ■ Installing Acrobat® Reader™ (Not necessary if Acrobat® Reader™ has already been installed in your computer) ■ How to detach the control panel While Pressing the lock level in the direction of the arrow. it can not work unless when attached to the main unit. Follow the on-screen instructions to install the software. Align the convexity of the point of the control panel.28 ■ (4) Owner’s Manual (7) Antitheft lock hole : Attach a safety cable or any other antitheft device. p. Click on your language. p. please contact the store immediately where you purchased the product. See the Help menu for more information about Acrobat® Reader™.28 (13) Lamp cover : Remove to replace lamp. ■ (5) RGB cable (3m) (8) Speaker : Outputs audio sound. Macintosh: Run the CD-ROM. p.18 Note (10) AC IN socket : Connect the supplied power cord here.pdf. (16) Lens : Projects expanded image. (4) (8) (5)(6) (3) (2)(16)(1) If any item is missing.28 ■ (3) CD-ROM (6) Focusing ring : Adjusts screen focus. The Owner’s PRECAUTION Manual cover and list of bookmarks appear. (11) Air exhaust : Expels air that has grown hot inside the projector. p. dropping. including information not available for of the projector. Click on p. p. (12) Tilt adjuster : Adjusts the projector’s horizontal tilt. insert the ■ Viewing the manual control panel until it is locked with a sound of click. Follow the on-screen instructions.28 (15) Air filter : Prevents dirt and garbage from getting into the inside The supplied CD-ROM contains an owner’s manual.exe.50 ◆The Supplied CD-ROM (14) Foot adjuster : Adjusts the vertical projection angle. • Please prevent any sudden shock to the control panel. • You can operate with the remote control even when the control panel has been detached. • As the control panel has not remote control feature. p.Preparations Checking the package contents Names of each part on the main unit Please make sure that the following items are included in the box.28 ■ (1) Remote control ■ (6) Power cord (See note) (3) Air intake : Draws in air from outside the projector. select the Reader/English folder. and run Reader ■ How to attach the control panel Installer. such as bumping. p. the control panel. (9) Terminals on the rear panel : Connects external devices. to view a reference page with related information.20 (2) Foot adjuster release button : Press to set up or stow the foot adjuster. select the Reader/English folder. and the menu screen of the Owner’s manual appears. and run ar500enu. etc. (1) (5) (8) (2) (6) Preparations (7) (10) (9) (7) (12) (13) (11) (12) (14)(15) (3) Back Front (4) Name : Function (1) Infrared remote sensor : Senses commands from the remote control. Run the CD-ROM and double-click on Start. and using the reverse order from detaching the control panel. 14 15 . jolting. p. Acrobat® Reader™ launches. Click on a bookmark title to view that • Please keep the detached control panel with care so that it will not lost. lift Windows®: Run the CD-ROM. p. along with the main unit. hitting.

29 (4) ON/STANDBY button : Turns the power on/off (standby).25 Selection buttons ⇒ . p.47 (10) TEMP indicator : Informs the abnormality of internal temperature. p. p. p. p. (19) (23) RESIZE button : Enlarges image.21 (1) (14) (16) PAGE+ button : Proceeds PowerPoint® slides. p. buttons are referred to as follows: (4) ON/STANDBY button : Turns the power on/off (standby). (2) MENU button : Displays menus.25 (28) (30) (6) INPUT button : Selects input. p.25 (5) ON/STANDBY indicator : Displays whether power is on or off (standby). p.27 (7) RETURN button : Goes back one screen.21 (27) Remote control code switch : Sets the code of remote control to that of the projector.button : Adjusts the gain of the camera. p.21 source of the remote control or (21) (21) PICTURE button : Changes image mode.30 • Handling and adjusting other than (27) (24) PAGE. p.54 (29) CAMERA GAIN+ button : Adjusts the gain of the camera. p. p. p.29 • For the remainder of this manual. CAUTION (23) (17) 6 [6] • Do not look into the laser light (22) (18) (20) Remote control ON/OFF switch : Switches on/off the remote control. volume control. p.36 (3) KEYSTONE button : Adjusts keystone distortion. p.Names of each part on the control panel and remote control Control panel Remote Control (TLP-X2000) Name : Main Function (9) (5) (10) (13) AUTO SET button : Sets up input from computer.31 (8) (6) (3) (18) FREEZE button : Pauses image. p.27 (29) (7) RETURN button : Goes back one screen.31 direct the laser pointer toward a (22) SCREEN SIZE button : Changes screen size.43 Name : Main Function Control panel Remote Control (TLP-XC2000) (1) ENTER button : Accepts the selected mode. Note (2) MENU button : Displays menus. p. p. ENTER button ⇒ (6) INPUT button : Selects input.button : Goes back PowerPoint® slides. p. p.32 (12) (19) Ten-Key button : Use when entering password. (8) Selection button : Menu selections and adjustments. p.46 Remote control (1) ENTER button : Accepts the selected mode.21 dangerous exposure to laser.29 Remote control Warning label (14) Laser indicator : Lights when laser is on. Laser light transmitter source (15) Mouse control button : Controls a mouse pointer.21 (13) (4) (17) MUTE button : Cuts off the picture and sound temporarily. (inside the battery cover) p. (8) Selection button : Menu selections and adjustments. p.36 (28) CAMERA GAIN. (26) L-CLICK button : Functions as left-click of a mouse.21 described here may lead to (20) (25) R-CLICK button : Functions as right-click of a mouse. p. p. p. 16 17 . etc. volume control.47 (9) LAMP indicator : Informs the abnormality of lamp.36 (3) KEYSTONE button : Adjusts keystone distortion.54 (30) CAMERA button : Switches between the camera input and the previous input. etc. p. (2) (7) (26) Remote Input Remote control control Input items (8) Battery button items button (2) cover 1 [1] 7 [7] Preparations (1) 2 [2] 8 [8] 3 [3] 9 [9] (25) (15) (7) (6) (4) (3) 4 [4] 0 [0] (24) (16) 5 [5] Deletes one character.32 person or a mirror. p.36 (12) LASER button : Shows a laser pointer. p.

48 equipment. (4) Camera arm : Adjusts the camera angle. p.Names of the terminals on the rear panel Names of each part on the document camara (models with a document camera) (1) (2) (3) (4) (6) (8) (9) (1) (2) (3) (4) (9) (6) (10) (7) (11) Preparations (8) (8) (5) (7) (5) Name : Main Function Name : Main Function (1) CONTROL terminal : When operating the projector via a computer.48 (9) Switch : Switches between COMPUTER 2 IN and MONITOR (11) LED LIGHT button : Switches on/off the LED illumination. p. connect Camera this to the controlling computer’s RS-232C port. equipment with a component video signal output terminal.59 (1) LED illumination : The illumination LED for referring documents. p. Control Panel (6) COMPUTER 1 IN terminal : Input RGB signal from a computer or other source or a (6) 50/60 Hz switch : Matches the shutter speed of the camera to your power component video signal (Y/PB/PR) from video system frequency.46 (8) COMPUTER 2 IN terminal : Inputs RGB signal from a computer or other source or (8) CAMERA GAIN button : Adjusts the camera gain.47 equipment. (2) Focus ring : Adjusts the focus.46 OUT. It can also be used as MONITOR OUT (10) W. p. p.45 (5) AUDIO IN terminal : Input audio signals from a computer. p.BALANCE) indicator : Lights when the white balance has been locked.47 (3) VIDEO terminal : Input video signals from video equipment. p. p.47 (Also used for MONITOR OUT terminal) a component video signal (Y/PB/PR) rom video (9) LOCK (W. COMPUTER 2 IN (Y/PB/PR 2) /MONITOR OUT 18 19 .BALANCE button : Switches between auto and locking of white balance. p. p.46 (2) AUDIO (L/R) terminal : Input audio signals from video equipment. (4) S-VIDEO terminal : Input S video signals from video equipment. input. (7) CAMERA button : Switches between the camera input and the previous (7) AUDIO OUT terminal : Outputs audio signals. (3) Camera lens : The camera lens of the document camera. or from video (5) Infrared remote sensor : Senses commands from the remote control. terminal by the switch of (9).

To USB port exposed to bright sunlight or Approx. ● Using the computer’s page up [↑] and down [↓] function • If the remote control stops working. When operating the remote control 2 Operating a computer from behind the projector. pointer is over the desired location. ambient conditions could impede the operation of the remote control. move the mouse control button until the mouse previous pages. Connect the mouse remote control receiver (supplied) to a computer. This function is available on any computer with the Windows® 98/98SE. be sure to observe the Safety Precautions described in Holding down the L-CLICK button. that is equipped with a USB port which can support USB1.buttons to switch PowerPoint® slides. 5m In such a case. and press a 1 Connecting a computer button on the remote control. or if its range decreases. ● To right click Press the R-CLICK button. and repeat the operation. change position or direction of the mouse remote control receiver and retry. shape and material of the projecting ● To left click surface. • Do not take apart. replace all the batteries with Press the PAGE+ and PAGE. p. • In rare cases. The remote control may fail to operate if the mouse remote control receiver is Preparations Be sure to align the plus and minus ends of the batteries properly. point the remote control at the main unit again. remote control. However. reach the projector depending on the then press. Point toward the projector’s infrared remote sensor. R-CLICK • Do not get wet or place on top of wet objects. new ones. Mouse remote control receiver Two batteries (LR03. PAGE – PAGE + • Do not drop or bang. App rox .1 (The mouse q Remove the battery cover. or Win- into the remote control control dows® XP OS. reflected on the projecting surface ● Moving the mouse pointer and may travel a shorter distance to Press the mouse control button in the direction you wish the mouse pointer to move. 15° fluorescent lighting. • Operating the projector from the front w Insert the dry-cell batteries. e Replace the battery cover.Preparing and using the remote control Operating a computer using the remote control ■ Loading dry-cell batteries ■ Operating the remote A computer can be operated using the projector’s remote control. then release the L-CLICK button. please note that Toshiba does not guarantee the operation of all computers. Windows® 2000. • Do not leave in hot or humid locations. If this happens. Turn on the ON/OFF switch of the remote control receiver is also supported on OS 9 or OS X for the Macintosh). the light is Operate remote control’s buttons towards the mouse remote control receiver. Dry-cell batteries ● To drag and drop • Before using the batteries. Windows® Me. • Remove batteries from remote control when not using for extended periods. Press the L-CLICK button. 20 21 .43 • Turn off the ON/OFF switch of the remote control when not in use or to store in baggage. SIZE AAA) are used. [Remote control] can make it possible to operate the remote control individually. Mouse control L-CLICK • The remote control may fail to operate if the infrared remote sensor is exposed to bright sunlight or fluorescent lighting. Remote Control Front Remote Control Rear The remote control • When using more than 2 projectors.

0 Lens center 40 (102) 1. tables. Default setting 2 menu. etc. etc. • Turn off the power of both devices before connecting. supported signal p.19 6.64 18.57 .7244 output output a (max length) = Red (R) (not supplied) 90° 27. etc.31 36.4 height from the image bottom to the center of the lens. resulting in an accident.18 10.19 1.59 (not supplied) (not supplied) To audio To RGB terminal output output To audio output To RGB output Audio cable Audio cable (not supplied) (not supplied) RGB cable RGB cable Control cable (not supplied) (supplied) Monitor WARNING • Always obey the instructions listed in IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS when placing the unit.80 2. in accordance with your needs. This does not mean that all of these devices can or must be connected simultaneously. be sure to ask your dealer to do so. It is necessary to • If the projector is ceiling-mounted.18 Projection Distance and Size Monitor cable Mini D-sub 15P-BNC Use the figures. Improper mounting could cause the projector to fall.Placement Connection Placement Styles Before connection As shown in the figures below. H is the 300 (762) 9. Attempting to clean/replace the lamp at a high site by yourself may cause you to drop down.43 Check for an RGB output terminal.” Set the [Projection mode] in the • Some types of computer cannot be used or connected to this projector.4 and corresponds to a range of 1. Audio amplifier.44 7. DVD video recorder. Floor-mounted front projection Floor-mounted rear projection • The figure is a sample connection. (Dotted lines mean items can be exchanged. (zooming max) (zooming min) As seen from the side 33 (84) – 1.1 a 150 (381) 4.9 90° 80 (203) 2.2 200 (508) 6. Computer Computer (for control) DVD player. Let switch to MONITOR everyone involved with the use of the projector know that fact. Mounting the projector on a ceiling requires special ceiling brackets (sold separately) and specialized knowledge. p.3 a is the distance (m) between the lens and the screen.41 2.) projection size (inches) – 0. and formulas below to determine the projection size and projection (not supplied) Audio cable distance.48 27.91 14.60 9.248 projection distance a (m) projection height (H) size (cm) min length max length (cm) Video recorder.8786 (not supplied) Audio cable (CB)/Red (CR) (not supplied) Screen As seen from above a (min length) = To audio 32. this device can be placed in 4 different styles.19 m to 9. The factory setting is “floor-mounted front projection.08 7.13 m. OUT by the switch. (Projection sizes are approximate values for full-size picture with no keystone (not supplied) To Y/CB/CR output AV cable Green (Y)/Blue adjustment. install the breaker for turning off the power in case of anomaly.13 – 54.15 45.5 H 100 (254) 3.3 60 (152) 1. 22 23 . 250 (635) 7. etc.) Computer Video recorder.773 output Conversion To audio input White (L)/ To video White (L)/Red (R) To audio adapter BNC-pin projection size (inches) – 0.55 5.02 3. p. • If you wish to mount the projector on the ceiling. • Read the owner’s manual of the device you are connecting to the projector. Preparations Ceiling-mounted front projection Ceiling-mounted rear projection To audio output To S-video output White (L)/Red (R) To Audio cable S-video cable RS-232C p. thus resulting in injury. etc.

After a moment. • Do not place your hands. the AC IN socket of the projector. or other objects near the air exhaust. sound is not output from the projector Power cord connector change to orange. Label locations ■ Removing the lens cover Be sure to remove the lens cover when the power is Remote control Document camera turned on. it could become deformed due TLP-X2000 TLP-XC2000 TLP-XC2000 to heat. the signal which is input to COMPUTER 1 IN terminal is output. deform/break the object. If it is left on. and the ON/STANDBY indicator lights in green. Operations ■ Turning the power on Control panel Remote Control Start-up screen Press the ON/STANDBY button. • Do not block the air intake or exhaust. Caution – use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. indicating standby (Supplied) speaker. However. no audio signal is output. • Signals are output from MONITOR OUT terminal even in standby mode. Doing so could cause a fire due to internal overheating. Operations Connection (Continued) Turning the power on and off Notes ■ Connecting the power cord • When COMPUTER 2 IN terminal (also used for MONITOR OUT terminal) is used as 1 Insert the power cord connector into MONITOR OUT terminal. When the beep sound is [On]. • Output volume of AUDIO OUT terminal can be adjusted by the VOL button. from AUDIO OUT terminal. The ON/STANDBY indicator will • When an AUDIO OUT terminal is connected. CAUTION • Do not look into the lens while the lamp is on. the projector beeps. mode. The strong light from the lamp may cause damage to your eyes or sight. • A computer monitor cannot accept Y/PB/PR signals correctly. the power turns on. 2 Insert the power cord plug into a • The AUDIO IN terminal doubles for devices connected to COMPUTER 1 terminal and wall or other power outlet. but it is not a malfunction. 24 25 . face. Doing so could cause burns. • Moving pictures played back on computers using DVD software may appear unnatural if it is projected with this projector. COMPUTER 2 terminal. the start-up screen appears.

power and press the button. Clean the air filter • If no signal is being output from the connected equipment. Spanish A message appears on the screen. the projector beeps. Japanese When the setting of beep sound is [On]. the start menu for lan- • When [Key lock] is [On]. the projector’s internal temperature will rise. according to the step 6 . You can dismiss the start-up screen Turn on the power by following the instructions in “Turning the power on” p.42 . if [Reset all] is executed from the Default setting 2 menu p.) Turkish w Use the or button to select the lamp Polish 2 Press the ON/STANDBY button once again. then the start-up screen is displayed after the and configuration is displayed in English. setting is [On]). confirming that you wish to shut off the power. adjust it Password entry screen disappears p. disappears in a few seconds. (If the screen is out of focus. Then. startup. Chinese (simplified) The lamp power. it may fail to light. We recommend that you unplug via the Default setting 1 menu p. 2 Select the language and the lamp power (When using the • The first time you use the projector after purchase. will be toggled without Chinese (traditional) but the internal cooling fan continues to operate.39 . When the projector is used for the first time after purchase. If the lamp overheats. 4 Press the INPUT button. after the start-up screen disappears. the Input select menu appears if you press the INPUT button. follow the step w. first time). • The start-up screen will disappear after a moment. equipment that is outputting video signals.43 . the operation buttons of the projector do not work p. the start menu is displayed p.42 . LCD panels wear out. take the Each time you press the INPUT button. To change the setting. the power cord if you will not be using the projector for an extended period. • Beep sound can be set not to beep in the Default setting 1 menu p. LCD Panels An image of the connected equipment is projected. In order to prolong the lifetime of your LCD panel.42 (factory • If the air filter becomes dirty and clogged. It is automatically set as Russian Standard.52 .) q Use the or button to select the English ■ Turning the power off desired language and press the button.33 .Turning the power on and off (Continued) Basic operations Notes 1 Turn on the power. it does not matter even if you unplug the power • When the projector is turned on the next time. At this Notes point of time.” will appear. purchased your projector. shortening the lifetime of the LCD panel and causing malfunctions. This Then. pressing the INPUT button from time to time p. or your local Service Station for replacement air filters. selected language. Contact the store where you does not change the input and “There is no other input signal.27 . the power can not be turned back on. You can also configure the start-up screen not to appear via the Display setting menu p. While the indicator is flashing. always turn off the power when not in use. and replace it periodically. • This owner’s manual assumes that English has been selected. and the screen turns off. the menu for lamp power selection and Portuguese message will disappear after a moment. before this by performing any operation. if selected. French German Message for setup confirmation is displayed in a Italian 1 Press the ON/STANDBY button. it switches to the input of the connected following precautions.43 . Keeping the lamp off is also very effective at Notes saving electricity. Swedish message disappears. • In order to extend the lifetime of the LCD panel. and make sure that the lamp is off. The display automatically Operations Korean mode. (This operation is no longer valid after the configuration is displayed. the projector goes into standby pressing the button. give the lamp time (about 5 minutes) to cool before plugging it back in. Turn on and start the connected device such as a computer.39 and Lamp power • The projector consumes about 10W of power in standby. 26 27 .25 . the start menu does not appear upon cord. During cooling. Note • The language can also be set via the Display setting menu p. PRECAUTION 3 Activate the connected device. • If you turn the power on before cooling is complete. the start menu will be displayed the next time when the power is turned on. the ON/STANDBY indicator flashes. • When [Auto input search] is set to [Off] in the Default setting 1 menu p. guage (to display the menus and messages on the screen) and lamp power selection • When [Password setting] is [On]. However.

Please note that these are not malfunctions. (The lifetime of the lamp depends on conditions of use. To view high-quality images.37 . displaying images V-keystone Screen shrinking at Screen shrinking at simultaneously on the projector and the monitor’s display may prevent the images from bottom top displaying properly. hold up the projec. [Auto v-keystone] is selected. This is characteristic of a lamp. adjustment menu p. correctly for input signals other than those supported by the projector p. If this happens. use • The image may not be projected or auto adjustment/setting may not be performed the right and left tilt adjusters. p. the “No signal” will appear. For information on how to turn off the LCD display. w To fine adjust the angle. then press the Press the remote control’s AUTO SET button. The foot adjuster extends. This projector is capable of correcting this keystone 7 Adjusting the volume with the buttons distortion. sampling phase. • If an unavailable operation button is pressed. • With some models of computer having LCD displays or the like. external output should be set to XGA resolution. and clamp for each Control type of the input signal by using simple operations. • A lamp is consumable item. screen is changed while projecting the image. • If no signal is being input from the connected equipment or signal input is stopped while projecting. adjust manually with [Position] in the Image tor while pressing the foot adjuster release adjustment menu p. see the owner’s manual of your computer. 28 29 . The Keystone menu appears. • To stow the foot adjuster. Remote the picture will undergo keystone (trapezoidal) Control panel Control w Use the focusing ring to adjust the focus. If used for extended periods. screen position.Basic operation (Continued) Using handy features 5 Projector placement angle adjustments ■ Using auto setting (Only for input from computer) The placement angle and the height of the projected image can be adjusted by the foot This function sets up the projector to the optimum state such as Remote adjuster. which will affect image Automatically corrects the vertical distortion. frequency. For computer input. • If a signal not supported by the projector is input. • If auto setting fails adjustment.57 . but there may be black 1 Press the KEYSTONE button.37 . By default. Before correction After correction Notes • Note that lamp characteristics may rarely cause the brightness to fluctuate slightly. the icon will appear during processing. Release the You can set as well by selecting [Auto setting] in the Image button to lock the position. images will appear dark.58 . twist the foot adjuster. foot adjuster release button. Auto v-keystone quality slightly. and is not malfunction. Operations distortion. ■ Correcting the keystone distortion 6 Adjusting the screen size and focus When the projector placement angle against the q Use the zooming lever to adjust the screen size.57 . The speaker volume can be adjusted when an audio signal is being input. the icon will appear. it is recommended that the computer’s Press . • Although this projector supports a wide range of RGB signals p. turn off the computer’s LCD display. q Lift up the front of the projector to the desired angle. and the lamp could burn out. then slowly lower the projector. Notes e To adjust the horizontal angle. spots (pixels that do not light) or bright spots (pixels that are constantly lit) on the panel. button.) • The LCD panel is made using extremely advanced technology. the “Unsupport signal” will appear. any resolutions not Item Description supported by this projector (XGA) will be expanded or shrunk.

■ Resizing image • Operating any other functions will also cancel the muting. ■ Cutting off the picture and sound temporarily (Mute) Adjusting Keystone distortion [Manual] When you want to project the images of another projector. zoom ratio is automatically in a few seconds. You can keep pressing. the image cannot be smaller than the original Note size.) information may be lost. The image is reset to the original size. use the buttons. For fine adjust. 4 To reset the zoom. press the RETURN button. The projected image can be resized (zoomed in/out). ■ Changing picture mode 1 Press the remote control’s RESIZE button. Notes • The icon will appear while mute is in effect. (However. You can keep pressing. or the picture quality may suffer. • During resizing or moving the zooming area. this projector’s images and sound can be Control 2 Select [V-keystone] by the button. the image may be distorted. 1/2/3 Remote 2 Select a mode using then press . You can keep Control pressing.37 . Press the remote control’s MUTE button.) • [Picture mode] of the Image adjustment menu has the same function p. the image quality is degraded in larger zoom correction. 30 31 . • Operating a function other than Mute will release resizing. temporarily. Operations The projected image mode can be selected. The keystone distortion is automatically corrected. the picture mode button. some when pressing the MUTE button again.Using handy features (Continued) Adjusting Keystone distortion [Auto] Notes 2 Press the button. • The icon appears while resizing. etc. 2 To zoom out. Remote Each time you press the RESIZE button. the Keystone menu appears again. The icon appears during this • As zooming is processed digitally. select [V-keystone] by the button and adjust image manually by the buttons. 3 Use the buttons for keystone adjustment. down. Press the remote control’s PICTURE button. zoom ratio is up. 3 To move the area to zoom in. press the remote control’s RESIZE Control Though the button is not pressed. 1 The Picture mode menu appears. (The Mute function is released • Depending on the amount of keystone adjustment and the content of images. When adjustment is finished. ratio. ment. Note The picture and sound are cut off. changes as the setting is changed and the display turns off Each time you press the RESIZE button. turned off. overhead Remote projector.

• Enter [0000] (4 zeros) for the first change. (The Freeze function is released when • Please do not forget your password. the copyright laws. p.39 . • Other operation will also release the freeze. it may infringe the copyright protected by the copyright laws. • Even if an image is frozen on the projector. • If you use this function on commercial video software. Press the remote control’s FREEZE button. etc. 2 Select [Password registration] in the password registration. ■ Freezing the image (Freeze) 4 Enter a new password (4-digit number). and press the button. The password entry screen is displayed. The image being projected can be frozen.Using handy features (Continued) ■ Changing screen size ■ Setting the password The screen size for the projected image can be changed.) release the password by yourself. please inquire your dealer. Note The picture pauses. The default password is 0000. If you forget the password. • The password is not displayed. the pictures are running on the video or other equipment. Pressing the button switches Full/Thru/Wide in turn. you can not pressing the FREEZE button again. to pause a video during a presentation. broadcast or cable-broadcasting except for the purpose of your private 3 Enter the current password (4-digit number). 32 33 . • Thru display is available for computer-input images. This function is to be used Remote Control 5 Re-enter the same password for confirmation. it may infringe the copyright protected by • Enter a 4-digit number for the password using numeric keys of the remote control. broadcast or cable-broadcasting except for the purpose of your private viewing and listening. Operations In such a case. Remote How to change password Control Press the remote control’s SCREEN SIZE button. 1 Select [Password] in the Default setting 2 menu and press the or Notes button. • If you use this function on commercial video software. viewing and listening. Notes • The icon will appear while freeze is in effect. setting • [Screen size] of the Display setting menu has the same function menu. Instead it appears as [****].

button. 3 Enter the password using numeric keys of the remote control. 5 Select [OK] and press the button. If the password is wrong. by detaching the control panel from the projector first when the power is turned back on after the power cord has been unplugged. 5 Enter the password using numeric keys of the remote control. and press the or button. If you can not change the previous password. The password entry screen is displayed. Note How to operate when password is [On] • While the password setting is [On]. The password entry screen is displayed. only when the power is turned on next time. the start-up screen appears and the projector Operations goes into normal operation. please input [0000] (4 zeros) using numeric keys of the remote control. If you enter a wrong password for more than 5 times. the projector will automatically power off and enter standby mode. 6 The password setting will be set as [On]. setting menu. and press the or button. setting menu. 2 Enter the password using numeric keys of the remote control. a message appears to prompt you to re-enter the password. 2 The lamp lights and the password entry screen appears. If the entered password is correct. 4 Select [OFF].Using handy features (Continued) How to set password (from [Off] to [On]) How to set password (from [On] to [Off]) 1 Select [Password] in the Default setting 2 menu and press the or 1 Select [Password] in the Default setting 2 menu and press the or button. 4 Select [OK] and press the button. 34 35 . 2 Select [Password setting] in the password registration. and again the password entry screen is displayed. Note • Even if you have forgot the password setting. 3 Select [On]. the password entry screen will be displayed 1 Turn on the power. the password setting can be forcibly set to [On]. 3 Select [Password setting] in the password registration.

No No Yes Yes No . Lighter Deeper Item shown with gray Display setting menu p. Displays the current Brightness Adjust the brightness of the image. input signal. Position Press then change mode using Yes No No No No After an item is selected. Adjustments & Settings Press or to open the menu. • To return to previous item.) The menu shown below is for operation instructions purposes and might differ from the actual display. Auto setting Automatically adjusts items such as the Yes No No No No samplingphase depending on the type of These marks signify the items can * When no item is changed. As the display may differ depending on the item. Use this menu to set or adjust image-related items. and those that cannot are marked with “No”.16 on the control panel (main unit side) and remote control. and adjust with . 4. Items that can be set or adjusted are ■ How to use the menus marked with “Yes”.43 reduction*1 On (Enable) Off (Disable) Status display menu p.37 category. Phase Yes No No No No Adjust to eliminate flicker. Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes there are setting Less green More green screens. are options.Using the menus You can call up on-screen menus. / R-level Adjust red of the image color. No Yes Yes Yes No Default setting 2 menu p.44 Picture mode Press . Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes the current input source.42 Noise Set the function to reduce screen noise. Select a Category Lower Higher Select a category by using . Press the MENU button Display the Setting display menu. Select items with and press . Toggle the picture mode with Yes Yes Yes Yes No . apply it by Toggle items with . No Yes Yes Yes No Image adjustment menu p. NTSC mode*2 Set the black level with . (The menu disappears about 30 seconds after the last operation. Frequency Yes No No No No use the following pages as a reference. Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes There are following 5 categories: adjustments and Darker Brighter settings of selected Color Adjust the color of the image. US : NTSC (US) mode Press or to display a list of JAPAN : NTSC (JAPAN) mode options.39 cannot be adjusted with Sharpness Adjust the sharpness of the image. 36 37 . it indicates that you cannot select for the current input. press the RETURN button. (When an item is masked. • The figure shows displays given for operation instructions purposes. Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 2. pressing . End Press the MENU button. Camera Item Description Computer Y/PB/PR Video S-video (XC2000) 1. press . Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Item Less red More red Adjustment/Setting Value These marks signify that G-level Adjust green of the image color. Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes or to the items can be These marks display a list of Less blue More blue adjusted/set by using signify that there setting screens. Adjust to eliminate periodic patterns and flickering when many fine vertical lines appear on the screen. 1/2/3 Operations / 3. Fix selection with . be selected from the list by using . and conduct a number of adjustments and settings using ■ The image adjustment menu the operation buttons p. Softer Sharper Default setting 1 menu p.) H-position Yes No No No No Adjust the horizontal position of the image. Press These marks signify B-level Adjust blue of the image color. Contrast Adjust the image contrast.

Note that for RGB signals with clock frequency 140MHz or lower. if the clock speed is higher than this. Display style Background Black Blue White Logo confirmation Press . Off/Green/Black/Brown/Blue/Beige Language Select one of the languages below to use for displaying the menu and messages [ or : Enter setting mode] [ :Selection] [Apply: ] English/Français/Deutsch/Italiano/Español/Português/ / Svenska/Türkçe/Polski/ / / / Background Screen to display when there is no input signal Operations [ or : Enter setting mode] [ :Selection] [Apply: ] Logo/Blue/None Icon Display icons as function guides On Off Start-up screen Display start-up screen when power is turned on On Off User logo Display a logo customized by the user for the start-up screen or when there is no input signal. Position V-position Yes No No No No (The items in gray color cannot be set with the current input selection.Using the menus (Continued) Camera ■ The display setting menu Item Description Computer Y/PB/PR Video S-video (XC2000) Use this menu to set screen display-related items. portions exceeding the native resolution (1024 × 768 pixels) will not appear on the screen. the RGB pixel signal is thinned before sampling.43]. It is set to US for shift is wide display (within the range of 1024 × 768). Blackboard When projecting on a non-screen surface. (Thru): Display with sampling resolution (for computer input only) (Wide): Wide-screen display *1: [Noise reduction] may not work depending on signal type. NTSC mode is set to JAPAN when the language is set to Japanese. Screen size Clamp 2 Yes No No No No (Full): Display with 1024 × 768 dot resolution Adjusts the clamp pulse width. other languages.) Adjust the vertical position of the image. Up/down Lets the projected image shift vertically when the screen size setting *2: [[NTSC mode] can be displayed and adjusted only when the video signal is set to [NTSC] or [NTSC4. Item Description Clamp 1 Yes No No No No Adjusts the clamp pulse position. all input pixel signals are sampled. select a color in accordance mode with the projecting surface. [ or : Enter setting mode] [ : Selection] Logo registration Press to display the registration menu. 38 39 . Press and switch with and . Reset logo Yes No Detailed description [Screen size] • If “Thru” is selected for [Screen size]. However.

: Displays the registered image in original size at center of the screen. [User logo] You can preview the registered logo. • If the registered picture does not fall within the display area. Shifts the projected image vertically when [Screen size] is [Wide].) • If user’s logo has been registered. color. screen. and press the or button. infringe the copyright protected by the copyright laws. as a stationary picture and displays it as a logo at start-up and when no signal is input. • If you use this function on commercial video software. 40 41 .Using the menus (Continued) Note Notes • If you use the screen size setting function on commercial video software. • A message is displayed while registration is in process. (The logo set for the start-up screen and background is reset. • Only one logo can be registered. it is displayed when [Logo] is set for background. <Reset logo> You can reset the registered logo. • You can register a logo from computer input only. the logo is displayed at <Logo confirmation> Operations start-up. it may Projects the image in colors more like projecting on a screen. [Background] : Displays the registered image by enlarging fully in the screen. If user’s logo has been registered and this setting is [On]. 3 The registration area is displayed for confirmation. it may register a company logo. broadcast or cable-broadcasting programs to display images with the varying • The area that can be registered is 512 × 384 dots at the center of the screen. and material of the blackboard and wall even if the selected color is the same as the projected Select the size of the registered logo. Registers a part of the image that is input from computer. To aspect ratio except for the purpose of your private viewing and listening. Precaution <Display style> • The projected image may differ depending on the type.) How to register user logo 1 Select [User logo] in the Display setting menu. • TOSHIBA is set for [Logo] by factory setting. the old one is erased. When a new image is registered. [Up/down shift] • The time needed to register or display the image varies depending on the data size. <Background> [Start-up screen] Sets background color when [Center] is selected for the logo [Display style]. Select [OK] or [Cancel] and press the button. 4 Select [Yes] to register and press the button. infringe the copyright protected by the copyright laws. the image quality is degraded. operate the computer to scroll the screen. 2 Select <Logo registration> from the displayed menu list and press the button. display style and background to the factory <Logo registration> setting. broadcast or cable- [Blackboard mode] broadcasting except for the purpose of your private viewing and listening. prepare the image within the limit. 5 Registration starts. (As processed digitally.

The input from the Computer 2 Setting [Fan mode] to [High] increases the cooling fan speed.Using the menus (Continued) ■ The default setting menu Default setting 2 menu This menu shows placement status and other settings. (The password and user logo are not reset. Sets a remote control code from 4 types.) 42 43 . (The cooling fan connected device that outputs no video Y/PB/PR 2 noise gets louder. • You cannot operate the remote control if the codes of the projector and the [Lamp power] remote control do not match.17 (Use a screwdriver with thin tip to set. at high altitude signals is skipped. 3. 2. or when the power cord is plugged in (Auto). Auto input Set whether the input with signals is only selected or not. On Off Press [Cancel] to return. (The input without signals can be input or not. Toggle with buttons and press / shows whether signal is [Remote control] button. You can set each code respectively for up selected. the projector will come on. S-video • Do not set Fan mode to [High] when using the projector at a lower altitude. [ or : Enter setting mode] [ : Select from 1. Lamp power Sets the lamp power. this menu sets the code for the projector and the Off (not turned off) 30 min. p. p. but the Remote control code setting for remote control cooling fan noise gets quieter. [ or : Enter setting mode] [ : Select On/Off] Manual Auto [ :Confirm] [ :Select OK to end] Press [Cancel] to return. [Power on] To switch codes. remote control. Detailed description Yes No [Auto input search] Input select menu Operations Password Password setting p. Note that if [Power on] is set to [Auto].500 meters above sea level).) Resets all adjustments and settings to their factory settings. The factory setting is [1].22 Default setting 1 menu mode (Standard) (Rear) (Ceiling) (Rear ceiling) Item Description Fan mode Sets the cooling fan speed. pressed (Manual). Power on Sets whether to turn on the power when the ON/STANDBY button is Key lock Lock the control panel buttons. [Off]: Displays the Input select menu.) Set this option to use the projector.16 p. the screen becomes a little darker.) to 4 projectors. Remove the battery cover and set the same remote control code switch as the projector. When [Lamp power] is set to [Low]. control control respectively. Item Description Projection Sets projection mode in accordance with Placement Style. for example. set the same code for the projector and the remote control. Low Standard Reset all Press .33 [On]: Automatically searches the signals that can be projected. after a power outage. then if the power is supplied when restored A remote control code is applied after the setting is done. and switches input Input select from the connected device that outputs Computer 1 Detailed description the video signals each time the INPUT Y/PB/PR 1 [Fan mode] button is pressed. Video (over 1. 4] search On Off [ :Confirm] [ :Select OK to end] Beep Beep when operation is made. Standard High No signal Set the time to wait for the power to be turned off after the last Remote When two or more projectors are used and controlled by the remote power off operation is made with no input signal.

the 2 indicators of LAMP and TEMP light in orange for 3 seconds.) ■ Preparation of the document camera Control panel operations are locked after the setting is done. dismiss the display. Doing so could cause malfunction. 3: Displays [Lamp time] as a measure of when the lamp should be replaced. Pressing the [RETURN] button on the projector for 10 seconds also sets the [Key Lock] to [Off]. “No”: not displayed Camera 3) Let the camera lens face below 4) Let the camera lens face the object Item Description Computer Y/PB/PR Video S-video (XC2000) Projector Input Input source name Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Mode name RGB input mode [Note 1] Yes No No No No Resolution Resolution (in dots) Yes No No No No Operations Frequency Sync frequency Yes No No No No Sync Sync signal polarity [Note 2] Yes No No No No Signal format Y/PB/PR signal format No Yes No No No Video mode Color method of video signal No No Yes Yes No Lamp time Time of lamp use [Note 3] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Lamp reset count The count for lamp replacement Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Total time The total time that this projector Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes PRECAUTIONS is used. and accordingly operation with the control panel buttons is disabled. etc. then display it again. set the [Key Lock] to [Off] using remote control. (Cannot be used as a counter of guaranteed lamp time. Version Firmware version [Note 4] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes • Do not jolt or force the camera head or camera arm. consult with a dealer about getting replacement for lamp TLPLW11 (sold separately). 44 45 . lamp use time.Using the menus (Continued) Using the document camera [Key lock] Please read this chapter if the model you purchased includes a document camera. 2: Sync signal polarity shown as P (positive) or N (negative) for [H/V]. This version is referred possible.57 is shown. to for customer service. (The remote control operations are available. • It takes about 10 seconds from when the power is turned on until the operation is 4: [Version] shows the version of the projector’s internal control program. (When operating the main unit. Please be informed that missing pixels and bright spots are not 1: The mode of supported RGB signals p. This is not a problem. Note • The displayed information will not be refreshed if the status changes. considered as problems. or after 3000 hours of use if [Lamp power] is set to [Low]. Status before preparation 1) Setup the arm 2) Raise the camera head (When stored) • To release the key lock. • The CMOS image sensor mounted on the camera of this projector is produced by Notes precision engineering. etc. To refresh the information.) ■ Displaying Information (Status display) This displays information about the input signal.) Please replace the lamp after 2000 hours of use if [Lamp Note power] is set to [Standard]. and at the same time the projector beeps. “Yes”: displayed. Protect from operating errors by locking on the control panel buttons of the projector.

Note • There is no audio output when the camera input is selected. 3 Press the CAMERA button. Farther: Smaller image The illumination LED lights. to about 43 cm. Notes • You can use the RESIZE function of the remote controller to change the size of an image. Set the document at the side of the projector.Using the document camera (Continued) ■ Image projection with the document camera 5 Move the camera arm up and down to adjust the image size. or turn off the fluorescent light. 46 47 . • Camera input can also be selected by pressing either the remote control or projector’s INPUT button. either change the Shutter setting of shutter speed by 50/60Hz switch. This is not a problem. Adjust by rotating the focusing ring of the camera head until the projected image becomes clear. The strong light may cause damage 43 cm to the eyes or sight. 7 If the screen is too dark or too bright. Operations 6 Adjust the focus with the focusing ring of the camera head.30 • In the camera input mode. please adjust the height of the camera head 2 Place the document. 1 Press the LED LIGHT button. button is pressed again. shooting by checking the screen. Closer: Larger image CAUTION • Please do not look into the lighting LED directly. Fold up with the reverse steps of “Preparation of the 4 Rotate the camera head to align the orientation of the document for document camera”. use the CAMERA • The input returns to the previous input when the CAMERA GAIN (+/–) buttons to make it easier to see. PRECAUTION • If the room's fluorescent lighting causes the image to flicker. document or image adjustment. the image may disappear for a moment. p. and select camera input. • When projecting the document of A4 size (210 mm × 297 mm). depending on the state of lighting. 8 Fold up the camera using the reverse order from unfolding the document camera. Note that changing the Shutter setting may not eliminate the flicker.

should break. • The color of the room lighting may prevent the white balance from being adjusted to the optimum level. including a lamp and a lens. • When the lamp bursts. the color balance may be disrupted. If this happens. 1 Lay down a piece of white paper. been locked lights. please press W. or fail to light at photographs.44 ) ■ When the lamp is broken • If glass components. p. thoroughly clean the area around the projector and discard 2 Press W.BALANCE once again. document. • When the replacement time approaches. released outside from the openings for ventilation. In this situation. leave and completely ventilate the room. balance. Some may burst shortly after first use. ■ Immediately replace the lamp when a sign appears on the screen. • When the lamp bursts. of if you want to use a certain tinting.BALANCE button and lock the white any edible items placed in that area. • How long it takes before the lamp bursts or the life expires may vary greatly by lamp. and adjust so it fills the screen. adjust the [R-level]. consult a doctor if glass dust or mercury gas gets into your eyes The LOCK indicator which shows the white balance has or you breathe it. • In the event of lamp burst. The LOCK indicator will be off. • When the lamp bursts. depending on the color layout of the the expiration of its life. a slight amount of mercury gas enclosed in the lamp along with glass dust may be released from the openings for ventilation. once power is turned off or the arm is pushed down. If you want to return to the auto adjustment. handle the broken pieces with care to avoid injury and contact your dealer for repair service. the broken pieces of glass may get inside the product or be Adjust the camera head and arm so that the white paper fills the screen completely. 48 49 . • Burst is likely to happen if the lamp is used after the replacement period has elapsed. the setting goes back to [Auto]. Then. a message will appear on the screen. Be sure to fully understand the following characteristics of the lamp and handle it with extreme care. Notes Maintenance • If the white balance is set to [Lock]. • The risk of burst will increase if the lamp is continuously used without being replaced. Although the projector’s camera is constantly adjusting the color balance of the images it • The lamp may burst with a loud noise due to impact or deterioration. Maintenance Using the document camera (Continued) About lamp ■ Locking the white balance The product’s light source is a mercury lamp that lights at increased internal pressure. • Frequently check the used hours and prepare spares when the replacement time approaches. [G-level] and [B-level] on the Image adjustment menu. unplug the product from the wall outlet. (Refer to “Status display”. the white balance can be locked using the procedures below.

CAUTION 7 Reset the lamp time. Wait for the lamp to cool (for longer than 1 hour) before replacing it. • There are cases that the lamp can not work before the above mentioned period expires Wait for at least 1 hour. and remove the lamp. working at high elevations can also be hazardous. If you have any About lamp replacement messages difficulty in removal. and may cause burn See the lamp’s manual for instructions on resetting injuries. Besides. replace it with a new one. If used for extended periods. Notes and Precautions • The [Lamp time] item in the Status display menu indicates the time of lamp use (as a rough guide) p. with your fingers as shown to remove the lamp 1 bang it. 5 the lamp could burn out. Align the cover.” and the icon are displayed every time the power is turned on. the message of “The lamp life is ending. WARNING • If the projector is mounted on the ceiling. and 5 Mount the new lamp. and is not malfunction. Align the orientation. Used Lamps 2 This projector’s lamps contain trace amounts of environmentally harmful inorganic mercury. Please change the lamp. screws loosened in step 3 until the lamp cover is no longer loose. or before the replacement message is displayed. scratches and the like could break the lamp. • When the replacement time approaches. Use care to avoid any damage to nails Maintenance 2 and/or tip of your finger(s). (The lifetime 2 of the lamp depends on condition of use. of damage from falling pieces of glass if the lamp is broken. raise the lamp cover • The lamp is made out of glass. be sure to use TLPLW11 (sold separately). and lock in place using 1 the three lamp locking screws. you can use a screwdriver or any other smaller tool for your convenience. If it is not attached correctly. Do not touch the glass surface with your bare hands.Lamp replacement A lamp is consumable supplies.44 • Please replace the lamp after 2000 hours of use with [Lamp power] in the Default 1 Unplug power cord. 3 projector may fail to be powered on or the lamp may fail to come on. and dispose of them in accordance with local regulations. the 3 Remove the lamp cover. Lamp cover • Always replace the lamp with a new one. • If you have been using the projector. This is characteristic of a lamp. press down the new lamp until the bottom is reached. Do not attempt to replace the lamp by yourself. p. jolts.) If this happens. 4 Pull out the lamp. the lamp will be very hot. 4 Loosen the three lamp locking screws.49 ) and contact your dealer for repair service. and 3000 hours of use with [Lamp power] in the Default setting 1 menu set to [Low]. images will appear dark. it is recommended to use your Toshiba dealer- ship when the lamp has to be exchanged. pull up the 1 handle. then tighten the • When replacement is required. Loosen the two screws. or scratch it. (Dirt. • Attach the lamp cover correctly so that it is not loose. Be careful not to break used lamps. Uncovering the lamp while the projector is mounted on a ceiling may lead to a danger 6 Replace the lamp cover. 50 51 . setting 1 menu set to [Standard]. please handle with care to avoid injury due to broken pieces ( p. This display disappears when you press the button.) cover. the lamp time. • The lamp replacement message of this projector displays an appropriate period according to the use period for [Standard] / [Low] of the [Lamp power] respectively. • If the lamp should break.42 2 Wait until lamp is sufficiently cooled. and press it in.

3 Clean the filter. Carefully remove the dust and dirt from the air filter with a vacuum cleaner or the like. this message is displayed for about 30 seconds when the image is Attempting to clean/replace the lamp at a high site by yourself may cause you to fall displayed for the first time after power is turned on. Leaving gaps will allow dust and dirt to get inside the projector again. • If the air filter is torn.Air filter cleaning Lens and main unit cleaning The air filter prevents dust and debris from getting inside the projector. causing the internal temperature to rise. ■ Main unit cleaning • Clean the main unit after unplugging the power cord. 52 53 . Never run the projector with the filter removed. It is recommended that the air filter is cleaned regularly. Doing Pull out the air filter by taking the catch shown in so may allow water to get inside. resulting in an the figure. use the following procedure for cleaning. make sure to dry it completely before replacing it. Maintenance Notes • Allowing dirt and dust to build up in the air filter will worsen the air circulation inside the projector. operation. • Request cleaning and maintenance of a ceiling-mounted unit from your projector or strike it. causing the projector to stop working or malfunction. • Do not wipe the main unit with a damp cloth. consult with your dealer about replacing it with a new one. 4 Replace the air filter. exceeds 100 hours. follow the precautions included with the cloth.” is displayed every 100 hours. 1 Unplug power cord. so do not rub it with hard objects. Continuing to use a ripped filter will allow dust and dirt to get inside the projector. WARNING • The message “Check the air filter for dirt. This display will be dismissed with any down. (If the usage time • Request cleaning and maintenance of a ceiling-mounted unit from your projector dealership. dealership. • When using a chemically treated cloth. 2 Remove the air filter. • If you wash the air filer with water. • The lens is easily scratched. • Do not use benzene. electric shock or failure. ■ Lens cleaning • Clean the lens with a commercially available blower and/or WARNING lens cleaner.) • Check out the filter and any debris is found. thus resulting in injury. • Wipe dirt off the main unit gently with a soft cloth. • Insert the air filter all the way in. thinner and the like as they may deform or discolor the unit or damage the paint surface.

44 You can not turn on the power during abnormal display.54 as well. No picture • Is the projector turned on? (When [Auto input search] is [Off]) p. Control panel • Is the key lock function on? p.51 ⇒ Lamp temperature is high so that it is difficult to turn on. p. then turn the power • Are the remote control’s batteries drained? Or back on. ❈ The icon will appear before the power goes out.37 Power went out during use.22 flashing) ❈ The icon will appear before the power goes out.Others Trouble indications Before calling service personnel The indicator lights to inform you of internal abnormalities.53 Power went out during use Part of picture • Is the lens focus adjusted optimally? p. or B-level adjustments off? p. (Orange • Are there any obstructions between the remote control and projector? flashing) ❈ The or icon will appear before the power goes out. 54 55 . (Orange (Red lit) • Unplug the power cord. • Is the remote control being used within the effective range? p.37 ❈ The abnormal display will not disappear until the power cord is unplugged. flashing) Or during use • Is the air intake or air exhaust blocked? p. R-level.23 You can not turn on the power during abnormal display. key doesn’t work • Has the control panel been installed properly? p. replace it with a new one. Please see “Trouble indications” p.28 ⇒ Problem with internal cooling fan. and reattach the lamp cover. • Is the volume setting minimized? p. • Are the connections set up correctly? p.54 (Red (Red lit) lamp has ended or the projector is malfunctioning.37 unplugged.58 ❈ The abnormal display will not disappear until the power cord is displayed • Is there something generating an abnormal video signal. check the followings before contacting customer service.54 • Unplug the power cord and wait for a short while. projector’s infrared remote sensor? You can not turn on the power during abnormal display.23 • Unplug the power cord and wait for a short while. out of focus • Is the projection distance within the projector’s supported range? p. flashing) • Are the connections set up correctly? p.37 You can not turn on the power during abnormal display. • Are the batteries inserted into the remote control correctly? p.20 ⇒ Problem inside the projector.15 Power went out during use Remote control • Is the remote control ON/OFF switch set off? p.43 . Picture blurred • Is the lens dirty? p. doesn’t work • Is the remote control code identical with the projector's code? p. and contact your dealer. Image is dark • Are the brightness or contrast adjustments off? p. No power ⇒ Problem with projector If This Happens Check (Off) • Unplug the power cord. for unplugged. then turn the power back on. the lifetime of the Power goes out • Is the ambient temperature high? p.20 Others and contact your dealer.39 flashing) ❈ The abnormal display will not disappear until the power cord is • Is the lamp nearing the end of its service life? p. then turn the power • Are all the connected devices functioning properly? back on. G-level. • Is the projector’s screen placement angle tilted too far? p. or won’t come on • Is the lamp cover attached properly? p. • Are all the connected devices functioning properly? Power went out during use No audio • Is the mute function on? p. unplug the power cord.27 • If a lamp burns out. p. • Are the sharpness or sampling phase adjustments off? p. p. • Is the mute function on? p.43 (Red lit) (Orange lit) • Unplug the power cord and wait for a short while. Picture not • Is the input signal supported by the projector? p. • Is the lamp nearing the end of its service life? p. If you think something is wrong.44 Colors too light • Are the color.44 unplugged.31 ⇒ Internal overheating.22 (Red lit) (Green • Unplug the power cord.28 (Red lit) (Red • Place the projector so that the air intake and exhaust are not blocked. No power • Is the power cord plugged in? Is it connected to the projector? Lamp went out during use.20 • If the above action will not clear the problem. and contact your dealer. or the outside temperature is too high. ❈ The abnormal display will not disappear until the power cord is • Are there any fluorescent or other bright lights shining at the unplugged. or power won’t come on Bad shading • Is the screen dirty? ⇒ The lamp cover is not properly attached.31 (Red lit) (Red lit) ❈ The abnormal display will not disappear until the power cord is • Is the brightness setting minimized? p. correctly instance the video tape? You can not turn on the power during abnormal display.57 .51 • Is the blackboard mode set properly? p.

For this reason.0 kg Refresh rate H-frequency Clock Resolution Mode (Hz) (kHz) (MHz) External Dimensions TLP-X2000: 288 × 92 × 247 mm (W × H × D) 720 x 400 720x400_85 85.500 UXGA_85 85.879 40.750 IN terminal XGA_85 84.000 93.008 43.000 ■ Document camera specifications UXGA_65 65.500 Display method 3-panel transmission VGA_85 85.000 AUDIO OUT terminal 3.927 35.317 121.500 Lamp High-pressure mercury lamp (180 W) SVGA_85 85.500 Cameral lens F=3.Specifications ■ List of general specifications ■ List of supported signals (RGB signals) Item Specification This projector supports the following RGB signals.020 63.000 Panel size 0.997 68.809 37.024 91. Others Notes • This model complies with the above specifications.500 COMPUTER 2 Mini D sub 15 pin RGB / Y/PB/PR / MONITOR OUT (dual use) MAC19" 74.000 75.500 108.667 94.175 Cabinet material PC resin and PC+ABS resin VGA_72 72.500 (Models equipped with document camera) UXGA_70 70.000 Picture elements 786.069 56. Weight TLP-X2000: 2.0.250 35.000 87.6-22.002 85. • This model may not be compatible with features and/or specifications that may be added in the future.250 Projection screen size 33-300 inches 832 x 624 MAC16" 74.750 202.000 XGA_75 75.725 57.88 f=18.476 75.976 135.940 31.000 Item Specification UXGA_75 75.432 pixels (1024H × 768V) SVGA_72 72.188 48.000 108.857 IN terminal 1152 x 864 SXGA1_75 75. Please adjust the projector if TLP-XC2000: 280 W this happens.861 31.981 108.025 79.283 Projection distance 1.000 106.500 CONTROL terminal Mini DIN 8 pin (RS-232C) 1400 x 1050 SXGA+ 59.750 1600 x 1200 UXGA_60 60.363 65. • Designs and specifications are subject to change without notice.004 48.500 Conditions for usage environment Temp: 5°C to 35°C.000 67. however. stereo mini-jack SXGA3_85 85.6 type LCD Panel 800 x 600 SVGA_56 56.023 78.077 50.317 37.000 Lens Zoom lens F=1.000 Speaker 1W (Mono) XGA_70 Connection terminal COMPUTER 1 Mini D sub 15 pin RGB / Y/PB/PR (dual use) 70. that depending on the Consumption Power TLP-X2000: 280 W computer model.5mm dia.039 37.061 53.550 49.8 kg TLP-XC2000: 4.000 37.000 81.500 (including protruding parts) TLP-XC2000: 370.500 31.938 148.000 162.000 AUDIO IN terminal 3.000 60.875 49. relative humidity: 30% to 70% VGA_75 75. stereo mini-jack SXGA3_75 75.156 36. f=9. or image quality may be Illumination High brightness LED LED illumination affected.029 60.674 56.269 36. the screen may show flicker or streaking.6-1.3 mm SVGA_75 75.134 79.000 Drive system TFT active matrix SVGA_60 60.000 46. Note.500 189.000 AUDIO (L/R) terminal RCA Pin Jack × 2 QuadVGA_85 85.469 25.000 S-VIDEO terminal Mini DIN 4 pin 1280 x 960 QuadVGA_60 60.146 157.978 65. some information may be lost.19-9.500 VIDEO terminal RCA Pin Jack 1280 x 1024 SXGA3_60 60. 56 57 .13 m 1024 x 768 XGA_60 60.6 mm Focus adjustment Manual Note Zoom adjustment None (Adjust with the distance from the object) Image Pick-Up Device 3 million pixel 1/2" color CMOS Sensor • Signals whose resolution exceeds the native resolution (1024 × 768 pixels) will be Pixels QXGA (horizontal 2048 × vertical 1536) compressed.5mm dia.250 175.5 × 92 × 249 mm (W × H × D) 640 x 480 VGA_60 59.700 60.250 229.

63 50 4. only ASCII-compliant all-uppercase PAL-N 15.73 60 3.73 60 4.Specifications (Continued) ■ List of supported signals (Y/PB/PR signals) ■ CONTROL terminal Signal format fh(kHz) fv(Hz) ● Pin assignment 480i(525i)@60Hz 15. PAL-M 15.00 4 GND Signal ground 5 3 720p(750p)@50Hz 37.00 60. No Parity.94 Pin No.43 2 Communication format STX (02h) Command (3Byte) ETX (03h) SECAM 15.75 60. During RGB input During Y/PB/PR input Item Command 1 Video signal (R) Color difference signal (PR) Power on PON 2 Video signal (G) Luminance signal (Y) Power off POF 3 Video signal (B) Color difference signal (PB) Icon display on MO0 10 6 4 GND ∗ Icon display off MO1 15 11 5 GND ∗ Auto setting (RGB input) PAT Mini D sub 15 Pin connector 6 GND (R) GND (PR) Status display on DON 7 GND (G) GND (Y) Status display off DOF Input Signal 8 GND (B) GND (PB) • RGB input 9 N.58 Stop Bit Length: 1 bit PAL 15. wait for the response from the projector MONITOR OUT terminals before sending the next command.63 50.. Signal Name Description 480p(525p)@60Hz 31.50 50.43 4 Replies Acknowledge ACK (06h) CR (0Dh) Data .0V (p-p) 75 Ω Replacement Lamp Model TLPLW11 PB/PR signals: 0.00 3 DSR Data set ready 720p(750p)@60Hz 45. Aborted No acknowledge NAK (15h) ■ Pin assignment of COMPUTER 1 IN. S-Video signals) Mini DIN 8 pin connector ● Interface format Video mode fh(kHz) fv(Hz) fsc(MHz) 1 Communication method RS-232C.00 4 6 N..43 15.7V (p-p) 75 Ω 10 GND ∗ • Contact your dealer for control cable and other commands. Horizontal sync signal: TTL level (Pos/neg polarity) 11 GND ∗ Others Vertical sync signal: TTL level (Pos/neg polarity) • Y/PB/PR input 12 13 N.C ∗ ∗ Do not connect anything.C Horizontal sync signal ∗ ∗ ■ Separately sold product Y signal: 1. 5 1 Pin Pin description ● Main Commands No. Normally ended NTSC4.63 50 3.73 60 3.58 alphanumeric characters supported.43 ACK (06h) ESC (1Bh) .C No connection 1080i(1125i)@50Hz 28. Data Length: 8 bits.7V (p-p) 75 Ω 14 Vertical sync signal ∗ 15 N.41 Only 1 command valid per communication. PAL-60 15.94 7 1 RXD Receiving data 576i(625i)@50Hz 15. 9600bps.. COMPUTER 2 IN & If commands are to be sent consecutively.C ∗ Note RGB signals: 0.58 3 Data format For input commands.63 50 4.47 59.73 60 4.25 or 4.00 8 6 2 CTS Consent to send 576p(625p)@50Hz 31.25 50.00 7 TXD Sending data 2 1 8 GND Signal ground ■ List of supported signals (Video. NTSC 15.73 59.00 5 RTS Request to send 1080i(1125i)@60Hz 33.13 50.. 58 59 .