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Epson EB-G5150 manuale d’uso

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Purtroppo, pochi utenti prendono il tempo di leggere il manuale d’uso, e un buono manuale non solo permette di conoscere una serie di funzionalità aggiuntive del dispositivo acquistato, ma anche evitare la maggioranza dei guasti.

Quindi cosa dovrebbe contenere il manuale perfetto?

Innanzitutto, il manuale d’uso Epson EB-G5150 dovrebbe contenere:
- informazioni sui dati tecnici del dispositivo Epson EB-G5150
- nome del fabbricante e anno di fabbricazione Epson EB-G5150
- istruzioni per l'uso, la regolazione e la manutenzione delle attrezzature Epson EB-G5150
- segnaletica di sicurezza e certificati che confermano la conformità con le norme pertinenti

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Generalmente questo è dovuto alla mancanza di tempo e certezza per quanto riguarda la funzionalità specifica delle attrezzature acquistate. Purtroppo, la connessione e l’avvio Epson EB-G5150 non sono sufficienti. Questo manuale contiene una serie di linee guida per funzionalità specifiche, la sicurezza, metodi di manutenzione (anche i mezzi che dovrebbero essere usati), eventuali difetti Epson EB-G5150 e modi per risolvere i problemi più comuni durante l'uso. Infine, il manuale contiene le coordinate del servizio Epson in assenza dell'efficacia delle soluzioni proposte. Attualmente, i manuali d’uso sotto forma di animazioni interessanti e video didattici che sono migliori che la brochure suscitano un interesse considerevole. Questo tipo di manuale permette all'utente di visualizzare tutto il video didattico senza saltare le specifiche e complicate descrizioni tecniche Epson EB-G5150, come nel caso della versione cartacea.

Perché leggere il manuale d’uso?

Prima di tutto, contiene la risposta sulla struttura, le possibilità del dispositivo Epson EB-G5150, l'uso di vari accessori ed una serie di informazioni per sfruttare totalmente tutte le caratteristiche e servizi.

Dopo l'acquisto di successo di attrezzature/dispositivo, prendere un momento per familiarizzare con tutte le parti del manuale d'uso Epson EB-G5150. Attualmente, sono preparati con cura e tradotti per essere comprensibili non solo per gli utenti, ma per svolgere la loro funzione di base di informazioni e di aiuto.

Sommario del manuale d’uso

  • Pagina 1

    1 User’s Guide[...]

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    2 Notations Used in This Guide f Safety indications So that you can use the product safely and corre[...]

  • Pagina 3

    3 Contents Projector Featur es .......... ......... ....... ......... ........ ......... ....... ...[...]

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    Contents 4 Scr een Siz e and Dist ance .... ...... ..... ...... ..... .... ....... .... ..... ......[...]

  • Pagina 5

    5 Projector Features Common Fea tures for all Models f Centered lens You can easily line up the scre[...]

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    Projector Features 6 EB-G5 350/G5 150 Featur es You can make effe ctive use of your network by using[...]

  • Pagina 7

    7 Part Names and Functions Fron t/Top The illustration s how s a st andard lens att ached. Name Func[...]

  • Pagina 8

    Part Names and Functions 8 L Air intake vent Air is taken in through this opening to cool the inside[...]

  • Pagina 9

    Part Names and Functions 9 Base Name Function A Ceiling moun t fixing po ints (4 p oi nts ) Attach t[...]

  • Pagina 10

    Part Names and Functions 10 Rear Name Function A Wireless LAN unit insta llation section Install the[...]

  • Pagina 11

    Part Names and Functions 11 N HDM I inpu t por t Inputs video signals fr om HDMI compatible video eq[...]

  • Pagina 12

    Part Names and Functions 12 Contr o l Pane l Name Function A [ t ] button Turns the projector power [...]

  • Pagina 13

    Part Names and Functions 13 Remote Contro l Name Function A [ t ] button Turns the projector power o[...]

  • Pagina 14

    Part Names and Functions 14 I [Page] bu ttons ( [ ) ( ] ) Moves to the next/previous slide when the [...]

  • Pagina 15

    Part Names and Functions 15 ID switch Use this switch to ena ble (On)/disable (Off) ID settings for [...]

  • Pagina 16

    Useful Functions This chapt er explains use ful funct i ons for giving p resentatio ns and so on, an[...]

  • Pagina 17

    17 Correcting Distortion in the Project ed Image There are two ways to correct distortion in proj ec[...]

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    Correcting Distortion in the Projected Image 18 C Use t he [ h ] butto n on the remo te co ntrol o r[...]

  • Pagina 19

    19 Changing the Projected Image You can ch ange the pro jected im age in the foll owin g two ways. ?[...]

  • Pagina 20

    Changing the Projected Im age 20 Changing Dir ectly from the R emote Contr ol You can change directl[...]

  • Pagina 21

    21 Functions for Enh ancing Projection Select ing the Projecti on Quality (Selec ting Color Mod e) Y[...]

  • Pagina 22

    Functions for Enhancing Proje ction 22 Hiding the Imag e and So und Tempora rily (A/V Mute) You can [...]

  • Pagina 23

    Functions for Enhancing Proje ction 23 Changing the Aspect Ratio Change the aspect ratio g when vide[...]

  • Pagina 24

    Functions for Enhancing Proje ction 24 f Changing the aspect for computer image s/HDMI images (For E[...]

  • Pagina 25

    Functions for Enhancing Proje ction 25 f Changing the aspect for computer image s/HDMI images (For E[...]

  • Pagina 26

    Functions for Enhancing Proje ction 26 Full Project at fu ll size. When a 102 4 ^ 768 signal is inpu[...]

  • Pagina 27

    Functions for Enhancing Proje ction 27 Pointer Fun ction (Poin ter) This allows you to move a pointe[...]

  • Pagina 28

    Functions for Enhancing Proje ction 28 Enlarg ing Part of the Image (E-Z oom) This is useful when yo[...]

  • Pagina 29

    29 Restrictions in the Targ et Projector when Using Multiple Projecto rs When an ID is set for the p[...]

  • Pagina 30

    Restrictions i n the Target Projector whe n Using Multiple Projec tors 30 Settin g the Proje ctor ID[...]

  • Pagina 31

    Restrictions i n the Target Projector whe n Using Multiple Projec tors 31 Setting t he Remote Contro[...]

  • Pagina 32

    32 Correcting Color for Multiple Projectors (Mu l ti-Screen Color Adjustmen t) When mu ltiple p roje[...]

  • Pagina 33

    Correcting Colo r for Multi ple Projecto rs (Multi-Scre en Color Adjustment ) 33 D Correcting "[...]

  • Pagina 34

    34 Security Functions The proje ctor has th e follow ing enha nced secur ity functio ns. • Pas swo[...]

  • Pagina 35

    Security Functions 35 B T urn on "Po wer On Protect". (1) Select "Power On Protect&qu[...]

  • Pagina 36

    Security Functions 36 f Entering the Password When the password entry scre en is di splayed, enter t[...]

  • Pagina 37

    Security Functions 37 B Select either "Full L ock" or "Part ial Lock". C Select [...]

  • Pagina 38

    Security Functions 38 f Anti-theft projection lens The bayonet type allows you to simply and easily [...]

  • Pagina 39

    Configuration Menu This chapt er explains how to u se the configu r ation menu an d it s function s.[...]

  • Pagina 40

    40 Using the Configuration Menu A Selecting from the top menu C Changing the selected item B Selecti[...]

  • Pagina 41

    41 List of Functions Image Menu Items that can be set vary depending on the image signal cur rently [...]

  • Pagina 42

    List of Functions 42 Sign al Men u Items that can be set vary depending on the image signal cur rent[...]

  • Pagina 43

    List of Functions 43 HDMI Video Range (This cannot be set when a dig ital RGB sig nal is i nput) Whe[...]

  • Pagina 44

    List of Functions 44 Settin gs Menu Sub Menu Function K eystone Y o u can corr ect keyst one dist or[...]

  • Pagina 45

    List of Functions 45 User Button Y ou ca n select the item assigne d from the conf igurat ion menu w[...]

  • Pagina 46

    List of Functions 46 Extend ed Menu Sub Menu Function Displa y Y ou can make settings relate d to th[...]

  • Pagina 47

    List of Functions 47 Operation Di rect P o wer On: Y ou can se t whether or not (On/Off ) to enabl e[...]

  • Pagina 48

    List of Functions 48 Networ k Menu (EB- G5300/ G5200W/ G5100 on ly) When "Network Protect"[...]

  • Pagina 49

    List of Functions 49 *1 When inputting numbers and passwords, the follow ing software keyboards are [...]

  • Pagina 50

    List of Functions 50 Networ k Menu (EB- G5350/ G5150 on ly) When "Network Protect" is set [...]

  • Pagina 51

    List of Functions 51 f Notes on operating the network menu Selecting from the top menu and s ub menu[...]

  • Pagina 52

    List of Functions 52 f Basic Menu Sub Menu Function Projector name Displays the p rojector name use [...]

  • Pagina 53

    List of Functions 53 f Wireless LAN menu (on ly when the option al wireless LAN unit is installed) S[...]

  • Pagina 54

    List of Functions 54 MA C Address Display s the MA C addres s. SSID Displa y T o pre vent the SSID f[...]

  • Pagina 55

    List of Functions 55 f Security menu (Only a vailable when th e optional wirele ss LAN unit is insta[...]

  • Pagina 56

    List of Functions 56 System Authentica tion EAP-TLS Elect ronic cer tifica tion, CA certif icati on [...]

  • Pagina 57

    List of Functions 57 f When WEP is select ed Sub Menu Function WEP encr yption Y ou ca n set the enc[...]

  • Pagina 58

    List of Functions 58 f When WPA-PSK (TKIP) or WPA2-PSK (AES) are selected f When EAP-TLS is selected[...]

  • Pagina 59

    List of Functions 59 f Wir ed LAN Menu Sub Menu Function DHCP g Y ou can se t whether or not (On/Of [...]

  • Pagina 60

    List of Functions 60 f Mail menu When this is set, you receive an e-mail not ification if a problem [...]

  • Pagina 61

    List of Functions 61 f Others menu Sub Menu Function SNMP trap IP address g 1/ SNMP trap I P addres [...]

  • Pagina 62

    List of Functions 62 f Reset Menu Resets all of th e network settings. Sub Menu Function Reset all n[...]

  • Pagina 63

    List of Functions 63 Info Menu (Display Only) Lets you check the status of the image signa ls being [...]

  • Pagina 64

    List of Functions 64 Reset Menu Sub Menu Function Reset all Y ou can re set all items i n all menus [...]

  • Pagina 65

    Troubleshooting This chapt er describes how to id entify probl ems and what to do if a pr oblem is f[...]

  • Pagina 66

    66 Using the Help If a proble m occurs wi th the pro jector, Help uses on -screen displays to assist[...]

  • Pagina 67

    67 Problem Solving If you ar e having a prob lem wit h the pr ojector , first check the projector &a[...]

  • Pagina 68

    Problem Solving 68 f [ t ] Power indicator lights re d : Lit : Flashing: : Off Status Cause Remedy o[...]

  • Pagina 69

    Problem Solving 69 f m o Indicator is lit or fla shing orange : Lit : Flashing : Off : Va ries accor[...]

  • Pagina 70

    Problem Solving 70 When the Indicators Provide No Help If any of the following problems occur and th[...]

  • Pagina 71

    Problem Solving 71 f Problems relating to im ages f No images appear f Moving images are not display[...]

  • Pagina 72

    Problem Solving 72 f The message "Not supported." is display ed. f The message "No Si[...]

  • Pagina 73

    Problem Solving 73 f Interferenc e or distortion appear in i m ages f The image is truncated (lar ge[...]

  • Pagina 74

    Problem Solving 74 f Image colors are not right f Images appear dark Is the co m puter s et for dual[...]

  • Pagina 75

    Problem Solving 75 f Nothing appears on the external monitor f Problems when projec tion starts f Po[...]

  • Pagina 76

    Problem Solving 76 f Other problems f No sound can be heard or the sound is faint f The remote cont [...]

  • Pagina 77

    Problem Solving 77 f E-mail i s not recei ved even if a problem occurs in t he projector Che ck Reme[...]

  • Pagina 78

    Appendices This chapt er provides information o n maintenan ce procedure s to ens ure the best level[...]

  • Pagina 79

    Connectin g and Re moving US B Devices (EB-G5350/G5150 only) ................................... 104[...]

  • Pagina 80

    80 Installation Methods The proje ctor supports th e follow ing fou r differ ent proj ection methods[...]

  • Pagina 81

    81 Cleaning You shoul d clean th e projector i f it becom es dirty or if the q ualit y of pro jecte [...]

  • Pagina 82

    Cleaning 82 B Remove the air filter . Remov e the air filter by placing your fi nge r into the groov[...]

  • Pagina 83

    Cleaning 83 F Replace th e air fi lter cover . Press it in until you feel resist ance. q • If a me[...]

  • Pagina 84

    84 Replacing Consumables This sect ion expl ains ho w to repla ce the re mote cont rol bat teries, t[...]

  • Pagina 85

    Replacing Consumables 85 Replac ing the Lamp f Lamp replacement pe riod It is time to replac e the l[...]

  • Pagina 86

    Replacing Consumables 86 A Af ter you turn off the pro jector's power and the confirmation b uz[...]

  • Pagina 87

    Replacing Consumables 87 E Inst a ll the new lamp. Insert the new lamp along th e guide rail in the [...]

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    Replacing Consumables 88 Replac ing th e Air Filter f Air filter replacement period It is time to re[...]

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    Replacing Consumables 89 D Replace the air filter cover . Press it in until you feel resist ance. q [...]

  • Pagina 90

    90 Optional Accessories and Consumables The follow ing o ptional a ccessorie s and co nsumable s are[...]

  • Pagina 91

    Optional Access ories and Consumable s 91 A special m ethod of insta llatio n is requi red to suspen[...]

  • Pagina 92

    92 Notes on Transportation There are many glass parts and precisio n compon ents insid e the projec [...]

  • Pagina 93

    93 Saving a User's Logo You c an save the i mage th at is cur rent ly bein g proj ected as a us[...]

  • Pagina 94

    Saving a Use r's Logo 94 D Move the box to selec t the p art of the image to us e as the user&a[...]

  • Pagina 95

    95 Maki ng a WPS (Wi-Fi Prot ecte d Setu p) Co nnec tio n wit h a Wire less LAN Ac cess Poi n t (EB-[...]

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    Making a WPS (Wi-Fi Protecte d Se tup) Connection with a Wireless LAN Access Point (EB-G5350/ G5150 [...]

  • Pagina 97

    Making a WPS (Wi-Fi Protecte d Se tup) Connection with a Wireless LAN Access Point (EB-G5350/ G5150 [...]

  • Pagina 98

    Making a WPS (Wi-Fi Protecte d Se tup) Connection with a Wireless LAN Access Point (EB-G5350/ G5150 [...]

  • Pagina 99

    99 Screen Size and Distance The fo llowing t able sh ows th e projec tion d istan ce when a stand ar[...]

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    Screen Size and Distance 100 Proj ection Dist ance fo r EB-G520 0W Units:cm(in.) Units:cm(in.) Units[...]

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    101 Connecting to Exte rnal Equipment Connec ting to an Ex ternal Mon itor Computer images being inp[...]

  • Pagina 102

    102 Removing and Attach ing the Projector Lens Unit Removi ng A Hold down the lens unit removal butt[...]

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    Removing and Attaching the Proj ector Lens Unit 103 B Insert the lens unit str aight into the lens i[...]

  • Pagina 104

    104 Connecting and Removing USB Devices (EB-G5350/G5150 only) USB 2.0/ 1.1-c ompatib le dig ital cam[...]

  • Pagina 105

    105 Inserting and Ejecting SD Cards (EB-G5350/G5150 only) You can p r oject image/ movie files save [...]

  • Pagina 106

    Inserting and Ejec ting SD Cards (EB-G5350 /G5150 only) 106 Removi ng A Gently press the SD card. Th[...]

  • Pagina 107

    107 Connecting a LAN Cable Connect with a com mercial ly avai lable 100BASE -TX or 1 0 BASE-T type L[...]

  • Pagina 108

    108 Connecti ng with a USB Cabl e and Pr ojec ting (USB Dis play EB-G535 0/G5 150 only) By using a c[...]

  • Pagina 109

    Connecting with a USB Cable and Projecting (USB Display EB-G5350/G515 0 only) 109 f Connecting for t[...]

  • Pagina 110

    Connecting with a USB Cable and Projecting (USB Display EB-G5350/G515 0 only) 110 f From the second [...]

  • Pagina 111

    111 Reading Problem Mail No tification Function When th e Mail Notification fu nction is set to &quo[...]

  • Pagina 112

    112 ESC/VP21 Commands Command Lis t When the power ON command is transmitted to the projector, the p[...]

  • Pagina 113

    ESC/VP21 C ommands 113 Cable L ayouts f Serial connection f Communications protoc ol • Connector s[...]

  • Pagina 114

    114 Regarding Network Proj ector (EB-G5350/G5150 only) There are two methods conn ecting th e projec[...]

  • Pagina 115

    115 About PJLink PJLink Cl ass 1 was esta blished b y the JBMIA (Jap an Busin ess Machine a nd Infor[...]

  • Pagina 116

    116 List of Support ed Monitor Displays Supported Monitor Displays fo r EB-G5350/G530 0/G5150/G5100 [...]

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    List of Supported Monitor Displays 117 f Component Video Units: dots * Letterb ox signal f Composite[...]

  • Pagina 118

    List of Supported Monitor Displays 118 f Input signal from the HD MI input port Units: dots *1 Lette[...]

  • Pagina 119

    List of Supported Monitor Displays 119 Supp orted Mon ito r Displ ays fo r EB-G 5200W f Computer sig[...]

  • Pagina 120

    List of Supported Monitor Displays 120 f Component Video Units: dots * Letterb ox signal f Composite[...]

  • Pagina 121

    List of Supported Monitor Displays 121 f Input signal from the HD MI input port Units: dots *1 Lette[...]

  • Pagina 122

    122 Specifications Proj ector G enera l Specificat ions Product name EB-G5350 EB-G5300 EB-G5150 EB-G[...]

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    Specificat ions 123 Product name EB-G5350 EB-G5300 EB-G5150 EB-G5100 EB-G5200W Connectors Computer 1[...]

  • Pagina 124

    Specificat ions 124 Opera ting Condi tions f or the Supp lied Softw are The software supplied with t[...]

  • Pagina 125

    Specificat ions 125 We: Epson America, Inc. Located at: 3840 Kilroy Airport Way MS: 3-13 Long Beach,[...]

  • Pagina 126

    126 Appearance Uni ts: mm * Distanc e from cen ter of len s to sus pension brac ket f ixi ng p oint [...]

  • Pagina 127

    127 Glossary This sec tion e xplain s eas ily term s that a re used with th e proj ector and di ffic[...]

  • Pagina 128

    Glossary 12 8 Refresh rat e The ligh t-emitting ele ment of a display m aintai ns the same lumi nosi[...]

  • Pagina 129

    129 Index A A/V mut e ................. ............ .................... ............ 22 Abs. Co lo[...]

  • Pagina 130

    Index 130 O Operatin g tempe rature ........ .................... .......... 122 Operatio n ........[...]

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    131 All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system[...]