Toshiba TLP-X11E user manual

User manual for the device Toshiba TLP-X11E

Device: Toshiba TLP-X11E
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Date of adding : 2013-04-07 17:04:15
Number of pages: 100
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1
MENU CONTENTS
OWNER’S MANUAL
3LCD DATA PROJECTOR
TLP-X10E
( )
WITH DOCUMENT IMAGING CAMERA
TLP-X11E
TLP-X20E
( )
WITH DOCUMENT IMAGING CAMERA
TLP-X21E
TLP-X10Y
( )
WITH DOCUMENT IMAGING CAMERA
TLP-X11Y
TLP-X20Y
( )
WITH DOCUMENT IMAGING CAMERA
TLP-X21Y
TLP-X10E
CONTROL USB MONITOR OUT COMPUTER IN 1 COMPUTER IN 2
( Y/PB/PR )
AUDIO AUDIO VIDEO IN
OUT IN VIDEO S-VIDEO
R - AUDIO - L
AUTO AUTO
KEYSTONE SET
VOL/ADJ.
ENTER EXIT
MENU INPUT
ON/STANDBY
TEMP LAMP ON
BUSY FAN
Before use

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2 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS CONTENTS WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. DANGEROUS HIGH VOLTAGES ARE PRESENT INSIDE THE ENCLOSURE. DO NOT OPEN THE CABINET. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL ONLY. CAUTION: Laser beam is emitted when the laser button of the remote control is pressed. Do not look from the front of the remote control. Do not face toward a person or to a mirror. (The models TLP-X10Y, TLP-X11Y, TLP-X20Y and TLP-X21Y do

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3 IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS CONTENTS In the spaces provided below, record the Model and Serial No. Save Original Packing Materials located at the bottom of your LCD projector. The original shipping carton and packing materials will come in handy if you ever have to ship your LCD projector. For maximum protection, repack the set as it was originally packed at the factory. Model No. Serial No. Avoid Volatile Liquid Retain this information for future reference. Do not use volatile liquids, such as a

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4 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS CONTENTS CAUTION: PLEASE READ AND 1. Read Owner’s Manual 3. Source of Light OBSERVE ALL WARNINGS After unpacking this product, read the Do not look into the lens while the lamp AND INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN owner’s manual carefully, and follow all is on. The strong light from the lamp IN THIS OWNER’S MANUAL the operating and other instructions. may cause damage to your eyes or AND THOSE MARKED ON sight. THE UNIT. RETAIN THIS BOOKLET FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. This set has be

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5 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (continued) CONTENTS 5. Heat 7. Cleaning 9. Overloading The product should be situated away Unplug this product from the wall outlet Do not overload wall outlets; extension from heat sources such as radiators, before cleaning. Do not use liquid cords, or integral convenience heat registers, stoves, or other products cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a receptacles as this can result in a risk of (including amplifiers) that produce heat. damp cloth for cleaning. fir

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6 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (continued) CONTENTS 11. Object and Liquid Entry 13. Stack Inhibited 15. Accessories Never push objects of any kind into this Do not stack other equipment on this Do not place this product on an unstable product through openings as they may product or do not place this product on cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The touch dangerous voltage points or short- the other equipment. product may fall, causing serious injury to out parts that could result in a fir

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7 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (continued) CONTENTS 16. If glass components, including lens 17. Damage Requiring Service 18. Servicing and lamp, should break, contact your Unplug this product from the wall outlet Do not attempt to service this product dealer for repair service. and refer servicing to qualified service yourself as opening or removing covers This product incorporates glass personnel under the following conditions: may expose you to dangerous voltage or components, including a len

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8 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (continued) CONTENTS 20. Safety Check 22. Do not carry by the camera arm. 24. Do not move the projector while the arm is still erect. Upon completion of any service or Do not carry the projector by the camera repairs to this product, ask the service arm. Always store the arm back in position technician to perform safety checks to Doing so can result in damage or injury. when moving the projector. Otherwise determine that the product is in proper injury or damage m

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9 Power supply cord selection CONTENTS If your line voltage is 220 to 240V, use one of the following types of cable. In Singapore, use the UK type plug cable. (The UK type plug [MP5004] of this model is approved by PSB.) Plug configuration Plug type Line voltage EURO 220 – 240V UK 220 – 240V Use a 5A fuse which is approved by ASTA or BSI to BSI362. Always replace the fuse cover after changing the fuse. Before use

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10 Contents CONTENTS COVER Before use Adjustments & Settings SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ...................................................... 2 Adjustments and settings on the menu screen............... 45 IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS ............................................... 3 Operating the menu screen ............................................... 47 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ............................... 4 QUICK MENU adjustments and settings .......................... 48 Power supply cord sele

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AUTO AUTO KEYSTONE SET VOL/ADJ. ENTER EXIT MENU INPUT ON/STANDBY TEMP LAMP ON BUSY FAN 11 Names of each part on the main unit CONTENTS The explanation here is only for the model not with the document CAUTION imaging camera. For the model with the document imaging camera, Openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation and to refer to . 74 ensure reliable operation of the product and to protect it from overheating, and these openings must not be blocked or covered. Card slot 41 Control panel

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KEYA SU TT OO NE S AE UT TO VOL/ADJ. ENTER EXIT MENU INPUT ON/ ANDB ST Y TEMP LAMP ON BUSY FAN 12 Names of each part on the main unit (continued) CONTENTS AUTO KEYSTONE button 33 To correct the keystone distortion of the picture automatically. AUTO AUTO AUTO SET button 32 KEYSTONE SET To adjust the image of the RGB input automatically. Control panel VOL/ADJ buttons 30 41 48 54 VOL/ADJ. To set and/or adjust values on the menu. To adjust volume when the menu is not displayed. To select page and/or

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13 Names of each part on the main unit (continued) CONTENTS CONTROL connector MONITOR OUT connector 27 (RS-232C Connector) 26 93 USB connector 39 To connect a monitor, etc. To connect a computer to To connect to a USB connector of a computer control the projector. when using the remote control mouse. COMPUTER IN 1 connector 22 25 To enter RGB signal from a computer, etc. or component video signal (Y/PB/PR Signal) Right side from a video equipment. COMPUTER IN 2 connector 23 To enter RGB signa

Summary of the content on the page No. 14

14 Names of each part on the remote control CONTENTS Laser emission part Caution - use of controls or adjustments or (The models TLP-X10Y, TLP-X11Y, TLP-X20Y and TLP-X21Y performance of procedures other than those specified do not have this part. ) herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. Remote control transmission part Location of the labels INPUT ON/STANDBY LASER ON/STANDBY button 28 31 AUTO KEYSTONE SET INPUT ON/STANDBY To turn the projector on or off (Standby). LASER L-CLICK R-CL

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15 Loading batteries CONTENTS Notes Using batteries incorrectly can cause them to leak Open the cover. or burst. Strictly observe the following. 1 • Install the batteries with their + and – ends facing correctly. • Do not charge, heat, disassemble, or short the batteries or throw them into a fire. • Do not leave exhausted batteries in the remote control. • Do not mix different types of batteries or new and old batteries. • When you will not be using the remote control for a prolonged period, tak

Summary of the content on the page No. 16

INPUT ON/STANDBY LASER KEYSTONE SET L-CLICK R-CLICK VOLUME/ADJUST MENU ENTER EXIT PIP FREEZE RESIZE CALL MUTE INPUT ON/STANDBY LASER KEYSTONE SET L-CLICK R-CLICK VOLUME/ADJUST MENU ENTER EXIT PIP FREEZE CALL MUTE RESIZE AUTO AUTO About 15° About 15° KEYA SU TT OO NE S AE UT TO VOL/ADJ. ENTER EXIT MENU INPUT ON/STANDBY TEMP LAMP ON BUSY FAN About 15° About 15° About 15° About 15° About 15° About 15° 16 Remote control operation CONTENTS Point the remote control at the infrared remote sensor and pr

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17 Floor-mounted projector placement CONTENTS There are two ways to place the floor-mounted projector. Perform the “Projection mode” setting on the menu screen for the projection method. 67 For the ceiling-mounted projector placement, refer to the page 21 . Floor-mounted front projection Floor-mounted rear projection Viewing a picture projected on the front of the Viewing a picture projected through the back of the screen from a floor installation. screen from a floor installation. Translucent

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18 Floor-mounted projector placement (continued) CONTENTS Place the projector on a steady, level surface such as a table. To obtain proper screen projected, place the projector so that the projecting light hits the screen squarely. 1 Top view Side view Screen Screen 90° 90° Point the lens straight at the center of the screen as above. Place the projector horizontally so that the projecting light hits the screen squarely. Determine the screen size projected on the screen. The projection size depe

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AUTO AUTO KEYSTONE SET OL/ADJ V . ENTER EXIT MENU INPUT ON/STANDBY TEMP LAMP ON BUSY FAN 19 Floor-mounted projector placement (continued) CONTENTS Connect the power cord. • Insert one end in the AC IN socket on the projector. 3 • Insert the other end in a wall outlet. TEMP LAMP ON Light (Orange) BUSY FAN The ON indicator lights in orange and the projector turns to standby mode. Power cord (Supplied) Take off the lens cover. 4 Notes • When the projector is moved from a cold location to a warm loc

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20 Projector placement angle adjustment CONTENTS The tilt of the projector can be adjusted using the foot adjuster. Lift the front of the projector until a tilt angle desired is obtained and hold down the foot adjuster release button. 1 The foot adjuster will stretch. Release the button to lock in position. Foot adjuster Foot adjuster release button Turn the foot adjuster to make fine adjustment of the 2 height. Turn clockwise to lift up. Turn counterclockwise to lower. Lower Lift up Lift up Low


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