Barco CRT Television MSWU-81E user manual

User manual for the device Barco CRT Television MSWU-81E

Device: Barco CRT Television MSWU-81E
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Date of adding : 2014-06-17 15:02:45
Number of pages: 85
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Barco nv Projection Division Noordlaan 5, B-8520 Kuurne Phone: +32 Fax: +32 56.36.883.86 Support: Visit us at the web: Printed in China

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Changes Barco provides this manual ’as is’ without warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied, including but not limited to the implied war- ranties or merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Barco may make improvements and/or changes to the product(s) and/or the program(s) described in this publication at any time without notice. This publication could contain technical inaccuracies or typographical errors. Changes are periodically made to the information in this public

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. SAFETY 1 1.1 General considerations 1 1.2 Important safety instructions 2 2. GENERAL 5 2.1 Installation requirements 5 2.2 Unpacking the projector 6 2.3 Initial inspection 7 2.4 Projector configurations 8 2.5 Projector air inlets and outlets 11 2.6 Installation process overview 11 3. PHYSICAL INSTALLATION 12 3.1 Remote control unit (RCU) 12 3.2 Lenses 14 3.3 Connecting the projector with the power net 17 3.4 Alignment of a table mounted projector 19 3.5 Mounting

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 5. GETTING STARTED 29 5.1 RCU & Local keypad 29 5.2 Remote Control and OSD Lite on Screen 29 5.3 Power on projector 31 5.4 Switching to standby 31 5.5 Power off projector 31 5.6 Range of effective remote control signal reception 32 5.7 Source selection 32 5.8 Changing OSD language 33 5.9 Adjusting the lens by horizontal and vertical lens shift 33 5.10 Introduction the OSD Lite on screen 34 6. ADVANCED OSD MENU 35 6.1 How to activate the Advanced OSD menu 35 6.2 How

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 8. IMAGE 40 8.1 Image menu overview 40 8.2 Contrast 41 8.3 Brightness 41 8.4 Sharpness 42 8.5 Noise Reduction 42 8.6 Color Temperature 42 8.7 Input Balance 43 8.8 Aspect Ratio 45 8.9 Timings 46 8.10 Auto Image 47 9. LAYOUT 48 9.1 Layout menu overview 48 9.2 Zoom 49 9.3 Main Select 49 9.4 PIP Select 50 9.5 PIP Position 50 9.5 PIP 50 10. LAMP 51 10.1 Lamp menu overview 51 10.2 Mode 52 10.3 Lamps 52 10.4 High Altitude Mode 53 10.5 Power 53 10.6 Lamp1 Status

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 11. ALIGNMENT 54 11.1 Alignment menu overview 54 11.2 Adjusting screen orientation 55 11.3 Rear Projection 55 11.4 Ceiling Mode 56 11.5 Lens Control 56 11.6 Keystone 56 11.7 Dynamic Contrast 56 11.8 Gamma 57 11.8 Internal Patterns 57 11.9 Color Space 57 11.10 Lens To Midposition 57 12. CONTROL 58 12.1 Control menu overview 58 12.2 Eco Network Power 59 12.3 Network 59 12.4 Menu Position 60 12.5 Start Up Logo 61 12.6 Start Up Chime 61 12.7 Trigger1 ~2 61 12.8 Auto

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 14. MAINTENANCE 64 14.1 Lamp Replacement 64 14.2 Replace the filter (for inlet Ventilation) 66 14.3 Clean the dust filter(for outlet Ventilation) 68 14.4 Cleaning the lens 68 14.5 Cleaning the exterior of the projector 68 14.6 Simple troubleshooting 69 15. PROJECTOR SPECIFICATION 71 15.1 Specifications 71 15.2 STANDARD SOURCE FILES 72 15.3 Dimension 73 16. ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION 74 16.1 Disposal information 74 16.2 Rohs compliance 74 16.3 Production address 76

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1.SAFETY 1. SAFETY About this chapter Read this chapter attentively. It contains important information to prevent personal injury while installing and using a MSWU-81E projector. Furthermore, it includes several cautions to prevent damage to the MSWU-81E projector. Ensure that you understand and follow all safety guidelines, safety instructions and warnings mentioned in this chapter before installing your MSWU-81E projector. After this chapter, additional “warnings” and “cautions” are given

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1.SAFETY Users definition Throughout this manual, the term SERVICE PERSONNEL refers to persons having appropriate technical training and experience necessary to be knowledgeable of potential hazards to which they are exposed (including, but not limited to HIGH VOLTAGE ELECTRIC and ELECTRONIC CIRCUITRY and HIGH BRIGHTNESS PROJECTORS) in performing a task, and of measures to minimize the potential risk to themselves or other persons. The term USER and OPERATOR refers to any person other than S

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1.SAFETY and possible injury to the user. It is hazardous to operate without lens or shield. Lenses, shields or ultra violet screens shall be changed if they have • become visibly damaged to such an extent that their effectiveness is impaired. For example by cracks or deep scratches. Warning: Protection from ultraviolet radiation: Do not look directly in the light beam. The lamp contained in this • product is an intense source of light and heat. One component of the light emitted from thi

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1.SAFETY Ensure that nothing can be spilled on, or dropped inside the projector. If this does happen, switch off and unplug the • mains supply immediately. Do not operate the projector again until it has been checked by qualified service personnel. Do not block the projector cooling fans or free air movement around the projector. Loose papers or other objects may not • be nearer to the projector than 30 cm (12") on any side. Do not use this equipment near water. • Special care for Laser

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2.General 2. GENERAL About this chapter Read this chapter before installing your MSWU-81E projector. It contains important information concerning installation requirements for the MSWU-81E projector, such as minimum and maximum allowed ambient temperature, humidity conditions, required safety area around the installed projector, required power net, etc. Furthermore, careful consideration of things such as image size, ambient light level, projector placement and type of screen to use are criti

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2.General Main Power requirements The MSWU-81E projector operates from a nominal mono phase power net with a separate earth ground PE. Projector Power requirements MSWU-81E AC INPUT 100-240V 9.2A 50/60Hz The power cord required to connect the projector with the power net is delivered with the projector. Projector weight Do not underestimate the weight of the MSWU-81E projector. The projector weights about ±34 kg (±76 lb.) without lens. Be sure that the pedestal or ceiling mount on which the p

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2.General 3. Take out the projector. After unpacking let the projector acclimatizes to a room temperature higher then 10°C (50°F) and lower then 40°C (104°F). Neglecting this may result in a start up failure of the Light Processor Unit. Save the original shipping carton and packing material, they will be necessary if you ever have to ship your projector. For maximum protection, repack your projector as it was originally packed at the factory. The lens is delivered in a separate box. 2.3 I

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2.General Mechanical check This check should confirm that there are no broken knobs or connectors, that the cabinet and panel surfaces are free of dents and scratches, and that the operating panel is not scratched or cracked. The Barco Sales and Service office should be notified as soon as possible if this is not the case. 2.4 Projector configurations The different configurations Depending on the installation the projector can be mounted in different ways, the different configurations are: 1

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2.General Rear projection The projector is installed, either in a table mount or ceiling mount configuration, at the other side of the screen opposite the audience. AUDIENCE BACKSTAGE R/C R/T FLOOR Rear projection AUDIENCE BACKSTAGE R/C FLOOR Rear projection, ceiling mounted in table position Positioning the projector SW PD SCREEN FLOOR Positioning projector The projector should be installed at right angles (horizontally and vertically) to the screen at a distance PD. Note the distance (A) be

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MAX MAX 2.General On axis / off axis projection The position of the projector with reference to the screen may also be different depending on the installation. Basically the projector can be positioned in On-Axis or Off-Axis configuration. On-Axis configuration means that the projector is positioned so as to have the centre of the lens coinciding with the centre of the screen. Off-Axis projection is obtained by shifting the lens up, down, left or right. Several parameters can be calculate

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2.General 2.5 Projector air inlets and outlets Ventilation inlet: The internal cooling fan draws cool air from the ventilation inlet into the projector. Ventilation outlet: The hot air generated inside the projector is dispersed through the ventilation slot. Make sure the ventilation slot is free from obstruction. Ventilation inlet Ventilation outlet 2.6 Installation process overview Quick setup The following steps describe briefly how to setup your MSWU-81E projector in a table mount fron

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3.Physical Installation 3. PHYSICAL INSTALLATION About this projector This chapter describes how the mechanical set up of the projector has to be done and how to realize the electrical connections. Overview Remote control unit (RCU) • Lenses • Connecting the projector with the power net • Alignment of a table mounted projector • Mounting the ceiling mount • 3.1 Remote control unit (RCU) Introduction Remove the cover by sliding it in the Insert two new AAA Replace the cover. direction ind

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