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Pass tie band through side hole of ballast power case and secure FEB3. Bindtthe band0n back side afBet and crop loose end to minimize hindrance when attaching upper case. However, if any excess length of the SK binder (Z2) comes into contact with the projector lens, cut the excess off. Bottom case assembly (1) Do not wedge wires when mounting optical unit. This section of the FG was bent by the manufacturer, operators must not touch this. Filter When wiring the FG, bend the cables that are in...

1216

When the MAIN board or the SENSOR board is replaced, perform this adjustment after completing reassembling the projector. 1. Open SERVICE MENU and choose AIR-SENSOR by using button. Service menu comes up by following operation. Set the cursor on the OPTION menu and press the MAGNIFY OFF button on the Remote controller. Next hold the MAGNIFY OFF button for 3 seconds or more. 2. Press the button. Next press the A button to select EXECUTE. The adjustment program runs automatically. 3. After the...

160w

NTSC, PAL (BGDHI), SECAM, PAL-M, PAL-N, NTSC4.43, PAL60 Composite 1.0 0.1Vp-p (750 termination) S-Video Y 1.0 0.1Vp-p (750 termination) C 0.286 0.1Vp-p (NTSC burst signal,750 termination) 0.3 0.1Vp-p (PAL SECAM burst signal,750 termination) Component Y 1.0 0.1Vp-p (750 termination) CB PB 0.7 0.1Vp-p (750 termination) CR PR 0.7 0.1Vp-p (750 termination) 100 120VAC 2.6A, 220 240VAC 1.4A

240w

332(W) x 92(H) x 254(D) mm (No including protruding parts) Operation 0 35 C Storage -20 60 C Remote control transmitter x 1 Battery x 2 (Power cord) User's manual operating guide (Book x 2 or CD-ROM x 1) Strap for lens cap x 1 User's manual quick guide (Bookx 1) Rivet for lens cap x 1 User's manual safety guide (Bookx 1) (The picture is projected from here.)

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After attaching MAIN board assembly to case with M3x6 lock screws, tighten screws on back of bottom case. 2. To remove power board from shield case, push board in direction of arrow, and unlock catches (a) and (b) on board holders with screwdriver. (Lift board toward (d).) Unlock catch (c) with screwdriver and remove holding (e). 3. Swivel case as shown below when attaching or Insert while pulling back. projection lens when Insert while pulling back. projection lens when 5. Attach lamp case...

3

While removing the dust, separated dust will be blown off by air cooling system. Please pay attention not to damage panel and filters. (1) Turn off the set and remove the MAIN board. (3) Re-assemble the MAIN board. (5) While re-assembling, clean the intake LID and intake filter and filter cover using a vacuum cleaner.

Attention

Be careful not to add strong load, such as pulling or twisting the FPC cable. If load is added to FPC cable, convergence may shift. In case FPC cable is being removing, or when attaching, or when opening a intake LID, or when closing, please carry out carefully and slowly so that load is not added to FPC cable. 3) Lift the rear of the MAIN board to the front.

Caution

Always wear safety glasses to prevent fumes or molten solder from getting into the eyes. Lead-free solder can splatter at high temperatures (600 C). Printed circuit boards using lead-free solder are engraved with an F. Properties of lead-free solder The melting point of lead-free solder is 40-50 C higher than leaded solder. Solder with an alloy composition of Sn-3.0Ag-0.5Cu or Sn-0.7Cu is recommended. Although servicing with leaded solder is possible, there are a few precautions that have to be...

Co

Guide leads away from duct positions to prevent leads from becoming wedged when mounting ducts. (2) Secure FG, CD2 and CNSH to power block with screw. Use caution to prevent CN1, FG and CD2 being pinched by the bottom case during installation of the optical engine, exhaust duct, etc. Lock completely when connecting CN1 connector to CN2. Fasten CNSH, FG, CD2, and crown washer to power case with a screw as shown below.

Cps235wc10sm2

Be sure to read this manual before servicing. To assure safety from fire, electric shock, injury, harmful radiation and materials, various measures are provided in this Hitachi Multimedia LCD Projector Be sure to read cautionary items described in the manual to maintain safety before servicing. 1. When replacing the lamp, avoid burns to your fingers. The lamp becomes very hot. 2. Never touch the lamp bulb with a finger or anything else. Never drop it or give it a shock. This may cause bursting...

E802

SVGA (EPSON) 1 COM 2 VVDD 3 DWN 4 PCG 5 VST 6 VCK 7 ENB 8 NC 9 VSS 10 HCK2 11 HCK1 12 HST 13 NC 14 NC 5 CLR 6 RGT 7 HVDD 8 SIG1 9 SIG6 20 SIG2 21 SIG5 22 SIG3 23 SIG4 24 PSIG 25 LCCOM 26 NC 27 LCCOM 28 DIRY 29 VSSY 30 MON Wide (EPSON) 1 NC 2 DY 3 CLY 4 CLY 5 VDDY 6 LCCOM 7 NC 8 NRG 9 ENB1 10 ENB2 11 ENB3 12 ENB4 13 DIRX 14 CLX 15 CLX 16 VDDX 17 DX 18 VSSX 19 VID1 20 VID2 21 VID3 22 VID4 23 VID5 24 VID6 25 LCCOM 26 NC 27 LCCOM 28 DIRY 29 VSSY 30 MON

Enter

Proceeds to the next operation at the menu functions. (Available for operating PC screen) - > E> > > cd (Cursor) buttons works for adjusting or menu controlling. (Available for operating PC prepares for turning the power on off. In the KEYSTONE mode, To adjust the keystone, * The adjustments of the volume etc. are not reset. When any parts in the table 4-1 are changed, choose the proper adjusting items with the chart. Table 4-1 Relation between the replaced part and adjustment Table 4-1...

Execute

Requesting projector status (Get command) (1) Send the request code Header + Command data ('02H'+'00H'+ type (2 bytes)+'00H'+'00H') from the computer to the projector. (2) The projector returns the response code '1DH'+ data (2 bytes) to the computer. Changing the projector settings (Set command) (1) Send the setting code Header + Command data ('01H'+'00H'+ type (2 bytes) + setting code (2 bytes)) from the computer to the projector. (2) The projector changes the setting based on the above...

Factory Menu

Press the MENU button on the Remote control transmitter (the MAIN menu will appear). b. Select the RESET in the MAIN menu, and then press the button. c. Next, press the RESET button one time. And hold the RESET button for 3 seconds or more (the FACTORY MENU will appear). 1. Use DAC-P - GHOST - R in the FACTORY MENU to adjust so that R colour ghost is at a minimum. (Set the adjustment value to default, and then raise the value. When a ghost appears to the left of a vertical line, reduce the...

High Voltage High Temperature High Pressure

The projector uses a high-pressure mercury glass lamp. The lamp can break with a loud bang, or burn out, if jolted or scratched, handled while hot or worn-out over time. Note that each lamp has a different lifetime and some may burst or burn out soon after you start using them. In addition, when the bulb bursts, it is possible for shards of glass to fly into the lamp housing and for gas containing mercury to escape from the projector's vent holes. About disposal of a lamp This product contains...

Hitachi

1 Do not disassemble the unit because replacement of separate parts is not possible. ._______- Replacement of G Panel Reconditioning 6-5 Cleaning dust from panels and optical filters Prepare cleaning tools and materials as follows. Work in a relatively clean room so as to remove additional dust while in removal operation. (1) Swab for cleaning P NX08061, Cotton stick L147 (2) Air duster (Dust blower, spray can) 2. Disassemble and open the maintenance hole. (1) Turn off the projector, and unplug...

Ii

9 Usage status before seventh reset (4) Connect CN1,CD2,FEB1, and FEB5. Ballast power board wiring (1) Connect CNBAR. e Attach FEB1 (ferrite core) to CN1 and CD2. Attach FEB3 (ferrite core) to CNPOW. Do not wedge lead. Attach FEB3 (ferrite core) to CNPOW. Do not wedge lead. 1 Confirm that CN200 is connected properly. (confirmation is not possible later)

1

Pass TSW and CNPOW through ballast power case fastener. Lock CNPWR completely when connecting the connector to ballast power CN100. Arrange the lead asShown and attach FEB2 close to the circuit power. Do not wedge in cooling wheel or igniter transformer. (3) Connect one end of CNPWR to ballast power. ballast power block to circuit power block. After attaching ballast power block (1) Secure FEB3. Pass TSW and CNPOW through ballast power case fastener.

Info

To display the OSD for SERVICE MENU set up. 1. Display the menu by the MENU button. 2. Select the OPTION on the menu. 3. Continue press the button first, then press the button together with INPUT, and hold for 3 seconds. 1. Display the menu by the MENU button. 2. Select the OPTION on the menu. 3. Press the MAGNIFY OFF button. Next hold the MAGNIFY OFF button for 3 seconds. When using this projector in the place where altitude is high, we recommend you to set a cooling fan's speed as HIGH. It is...

O

O means need for adjustment. x means not need for adjustment. A means recommended. 4-1-2 Setting of condition before adjustment 1. Before starting adjustment, warm up the projector for about 10 minutes. (Blank white) 2. Set Zoom Wide to Max. And project an image with more than 1m (40 type) in diagonal size. 3. Normalising the video adjustment. (Press the MENU button of the Remote control transmitter to display the MAIN menu. After pressing the key, use the y or key to select RESET . Next, open...

O Lamp

Lights or blinks when any problem about internal temperature has happened. lights or blinks when any problem about the lamp has happened. VIDEO port COMPONENT VIDEO - Y COMPONENT VIDEO - Cb Pb selects the input signal of RGB port. toggles between the signal ports of VIDEO, S-VIDEO and COMPONENT VIDEO. toggles between the modes for aspect ratio. In the MAGNIFY mode, To move the magnified area, (2) Use the cursor buttons to move the picture. (3) Press the POSITION button again to finish. turns on...

Off

To temporarily turn correction off, place the cursor on C.UNIF. in the Adjust Tone menu and press the key. The ON OFF menu appears. Place the cursor on ON with the key and press the key. To turn it on again, place the cursor on OFF and press the key. 7. Although this adjustment can also be made using internal signals, we will here use the ENTER key on the Remote control transmitter to select the following two signals. Solid monochrome adjustment colour (use G colour adjustment when a colour...

Off J

ON Select the ON on the OSD using button A. OFF Select the OFF on the OSD using button . 3. The OSD will be ended by no operation for 10 seconds or change of input signal. To end immediately, use one of buttons except buttons A, , . Set operating time display method (accumulated lamp time display method) 1. Select Option from the Menu display, then select Lamp Time . 2. Press the Reset button once, then press Keystone for 3 seconds or more to display the screen shown below. (The menu will close...

Tsw

1 Confirm that CN200 is connected properly. (confirmation is not possible later) Lock completely when Attach FEB2 (ferrite core) Confirm that CN102 and CN103 connecting CNPWR to CNPWRand keep are connected properly connector to CN101. close to board. (confirmation is not possible later). Control - Main board wiring (1) Connect CNCT. Lock completely when Attach FEB2 (ferrite core) Confirm that CN102 and CN103 connecting CNPWR to CNPWRand keep are connected properly connector to CN101. close to...

Check The Air Flow

The internal portion temperature is rising. Please turn the power OFF and allow the unit to cool down at least 20 minutes. After having confirmed the following items, please turn the power ON again. Is there blockage of the air passage aperture Does the peripheral temperature exceed 35 C CLEAN THE AIR FILTER POWER OFF FIRST, THEN CLEAN THE AIR FILTER. AFTER CLEANING THE AIR FILTER, RESET THE FILTER TIMER. A note of precaution when cleaning the air filter. Please immediately turn the power OFF...

Front

REAR Disconnect the 2 cables. 6-3 Cautions when removing the power unit (BALLAST) When removing the cable (CNBAR) connected to Power Unit (BALLAST), there is danger of damaging the small PCB connecting cables. 6-4 Before replacing the LCD Lens prism You should not separately replace the parts of the liquid crystal LCD Lens prism because they only work properly when used together. Therefore, you can either replace the LCD Lens prism assembly or send the whole LCD Lens prism assembly unit back to...

Pin

See the paragraph of Releasing the PIN LOCK system inactivation. Inactivate the PIN LOCK system. See the paragraph of the PIN LOCK system inactivation. When the PIN BOX menu is displayed, sequentially enter the codes with remote controller as follows. In accordance with remote controller button entry, * mark appears in the PIN BOX menu. Master PIN codes 1st entry code Press the MENU button. 2nd entry code Press the button. 3rd entry code Press the KEYSTONE button. 4th...

The Updated Parts List For This Model Is Available On Esta

Power cord RGB cable Remote control Power cord RGB cable Remote control (1) Turn off the projector and the computer power supplies. (2) Connect the CONTROL port of the projector with a RS-232C port of the computer by a RS-232C cable. Use the cable that fulfills the specification shown in the following figure. (3) Turn on the computer power supply and after the computer has started up, turn on the projector power supply.