Ask Proxima Impact 400 user manual

User manual for the device Ask Proxima Impact 400

Device: Ask Proxima Impact 400
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USER
GUIDE
IMPACT 400
Not the actual front page
801.300
USG/400/AE-C
06.09.96

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USER GUIDE IMPACT 400

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USER GUIDE LCD PANEL 2

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USER GUIDE LCD PANEL TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 INTRODUCTION................................................................................... 5 2 MAIN FEATURES ................................................................................. 5 3 SUPPLIED MATERIAL.......................................................................... 6 4 OPTIONAL MATERIAL ......................................................................... 6 5 SETTING UP THE LCD PANEL ..........................................

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USER GUIDE LCD PANEL This publication is printed on recycled paper. The information contained in this user guide is preliminary, and the products described herein are subject to change without prior notice. The symbols and are used in this publication to indicate Warning and Note respectively. 4

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USER GUIDE LCD PANEL 1 INTRODUCTION The LCD panel is a state of the art projection device that can be connected to most computers and display true 800 x 600 resolution. The ability to display a multitude of colors as well as high resolution makes it the ideal choice for presenting computer generated text and graphics. Applications include presentations, software training, educational use, advertising, information boards and other situations where a small or large audience shares information. 2 M

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USER GUIDE LCD PANEL 3 SUPPLIED MATERIAL A complete set includes the following components : 1. LCD Panel 8. Power -5, 12, 5 V 2. VGA-Cable 9. Power Cord 3. Cable-Adapt. MAC mon. 10. BatMouse Remote Control 4. Cable-Adapt. MAC comp. 11. Batteries 5. Mouse Cable 12. Attaché Case 6. Mouse Adapter PC 13. User Guide 7. Mouse Adapter Mac 4 OPTIONAL MATERIAL Optional cables and adapters are available for special computer sources. 6

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USER GUIDE LCD PANEL 5 SETTING UP THE LCD PANEL Switch off all equipment before connecting the components. Be aware of static electricity that may build up, especially in the dry season and when operating on synthetic carpets. Discharge any static electricity by touching a metallic surface before you start. Place the LCD panel on top of a transmissive overhead projector (OHP). Select a high intensity type projector, for instance 400W halogen or 575W metal-halide. Best results are obtained in a

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USER GUIDE LCD PANEL 5.1 COMPUTER Connect the LCD panel, computer, monitor and power supply as shown in the rear foldout. Connect cable (1) between the LCD panel and the computer. The LCD Panel can be attached to computers and supports up to 1024x768 image resolutions in compressed/panning mode. With Macintosh (Power MAC), resolutions up to 1152x870 is supported. Refer to the Compatibility table on page 23 for further details. If you have a Macintosh computer, insert applicable adapters (4) and

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USER GUIDE LCD PANEL 5.2 RGB VIDEO The LCD panel can project video images from Video Cassette Recorder or Laser Disk source using direct RGB connection with composite sync on H. When using the VGA-to-BNC adapter (Part# 301.111), connect the Red- Green-Blue to the RGB source and connect composite sync to the black H connector. The yellow V connector remains unused. This will give a projected video image resolution of 768x576 in PAL and 640x480 in NTSC. The image cannot be scaled by using the SCAL

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USER GUIDE LCD PANEL APPLICABLE ADAPTERS: MOUSE ADAPTER DRIVER Microsoft 2 key compatible PC *) Microsoft (9 pin serial port) PS/2 compatible mouse PS/2 (option) IBM PS/2 Macintosh ADB-bus MAC Self detecting mouse *) Please note that some computers using the Microsoft 2 key mouse may not allow the Y-split mouse adapter to work. A special straight PC adapter is available for this purpose. USING THE BATMOUSE : STEP OPERATION 1 Control mouse pointer directly with the cursor keys 2 Press LEFT to act

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USER GUIDE LCD PANEL 6 USING THE LCD PANEL The LCD panel has a set of connectors and controls that you need to know in order to operate the device correctly. 6.1 REMOTE CONTROL The infrared BatMouse remote control (RC) is the main user interface to the device. The RC is used to set the LCD panel correctly (to get the best possible viewing conditions) and to control the presentation. The figure shows the different keys of the BatMouse. Set-up should be done once with the application(s) you are ru

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USER GUIDE LCD PANEL BATMOUSE KEYS : CONTROL FUNCTION MEM CONTR Contrast (ratio between light and dark colors) YES BRIGHT Brightness (whiteness) YES TUNE Adjusts the stability of the image YES ON/OFF Turns the panel on/off - RESET Defaults to standard settings - BLACK Blackens the screen NO REAR Mirrors the image for rear projection NO FREEZE Holds the image displayed NO FREQ Adjusts the video frequency YES PAN Allows panning within oversized images NO (resolution >800x600) using cursor keys. SC

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USER GUIDE LCD PANEL 6.2 FRONT PANEL The front panel keyboard consists of a subset of the remote control keys. BRIGHT TUNE RESET ON/OFF CONTROL FUNCTION TUNE Adjusts the stability of the image BRIGHT Adjusts the brightness (whiteness) of the image RESET Defaults to factory settings ON/OFF LED activity indicator 6.3 CONNECTORS All connectors are positioned on the right hand side of the LCD panel. See the technical data section for pinouts of the various connectors. POWER COMPUTER MOUSE Do not c

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USER GUIDE LCD PANEL 7 FEATURES The LCD panel has a variety of different features implemented. This chapter explains each feature in detail. 7.1.1 INTELLIGENT SAFECOOL SYSTEM The fan operation is controlled by the overhead projector light (OHP). This safety feature ensures that the fan is always operating as long as the OHP is turned on. When the OHP is turned off, the fan automatically stops to minimize noise. The power supply must be attached to the panel for the fan to work properly. 7.1.2 SE

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USER GUIDE LCD PANEL 7.1.4 BRIGHTNESS The brightness is the amount of white in an image. The brightness is adjusted to the ambient lighting conditions. Usually, a bright, low contrast image is preferred. Use the BRIGHT keys to adjust brightness. See also Contrast. The brightness setting is stored individually for each source. 7.1.5 TUNE This feature enables a stable image. An unstable image can be seen as sideways instability or ‘ swimming’ . Press TUNE until a stable image is achieved. The sett

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USER GUIDE LCD PANEL resume on-line operation. Any other key pressed will also release FREEZE. 7.1.11 FREQUENCY This setting is provided for adaptation to computers and graphics adapters that are not recognized automatically by the panel. An incorrect frequency setting can be seen as an image to wide or too narrow, combined with vertical, unstable bands. To better see this effect, fill a large portion of your screen with a 50% grey pattern (alternating black and white pixels). Make sure that sca

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USER GUIDE LCD PANEL 8 PRACTICAL HINTS AND TIPS This is a list of what to do when things go wrong. Check the symptoms carefully if you experience any problem. The cure may be at your hands! Always press the RESET key and observe that the LED on the LCD panel is flashing. This indicates that the LCD panel receives signals from the remote control.. The LCD image is completely black - Check the BLACK switch - Check the CONTRAST and BRIGHTNESS settings - Check if the cables are connected and that po

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USER GUIDE LCD PANEL The remote control is not working - Check if the batteries need replacement (observe LED on panel) - Be sure to point at the projection screen or directly at the IR eye in the front of the LCD panel - You may be too far away from the panel (max. distance 7 m/ 23 feet) The mouse is not working - Make sure that the LCD panel is switched on first - Remember to connect the mouse cables before the computer is switched on - Check if the mouse cable and adapter are properly conne

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USER GUIDE LCD PANEL 9 MAINTENANCE From time to time, the housing and protection glasses may be cleaned with a damped, non abrasive cloth, possibly using a mild detergent to remove spots. The upper protection glass is not removable, as it only needs cleaning from the outside (the inside is sealed to the LCD module). The lower protection glass can be removed for cleaning. Place the unit upside-down on a soft cloth to avoid scratches. Unscrew the four screws holding the bottom glass in place. Remo


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