Black Box AC401A manual

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    CUSTOMER SUPPORT INFORMATION Order toll-free in the U.S. 24 hours, 7 A.M. Monday to midnight Friday:[...]

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    1 REAL COLOR AND MONOCHROME 16 LCD PROJECTION P ANELS FEDERAL COMMUNICA TIONS COMMISSION RADIO FREQU[...]

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    2 REAL COLOR AND MONOCHROME 16 LCD PROJECTION P ANELS TRADEMARKS UL ® is a registered trademark of [...]

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    3 REAL COLOR AND MONOCHROME 16 LCD PROJECTION P ANELS Contents Chapter Page 1. Specifications.......[...]

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    4 REAL COLOR AND MONOCHROME 16 LCD PROJECTION P ANELS 1. Specifications Resolution — 640 x 480 Pow[...]

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    5 CHAPTER 2: Introduction 2. Introduction Fig. 2-1. The Projection Panel on an Over head Projector .[...]

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    6 REAL COLOR AND MONOCHROME 16 LCD PROJECTION P ANELS The Projection Panel is easy to use. Simply co[...]

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    7 CHAPTER 2: Introduction 2.3 General Guidelines Follow these guidelines when you use the Projection[...]

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    8 REAL COLOR AND MONOCHROME 16 LCD PROJECTION P ANEL 3. Installation Fig. 3-1. Projection Panel and [...]

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    9 CHAPTER 3: Installation 3.1.1 C ABLES Three cables are supplied with the Projection Panel: 1. A Ma[...]

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    10 REAL COLOR AND MONOCHROME 16 LCD PROJECTION P ANEL 10 3.1.2 C ONNECTING THE P ROJECTION P ANEL TO[...]

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    11 CHAPTER 3: Installation 11 Fig. 3-3. Selecting the Proper “Y” Cable for Y our Computer . 6. U[...]

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    12 REAL COLOR AND MONOCHROME 16 LCD PROJECTION P ANEL 3.2 Connecting the Projection Panel to a Deskt[...]

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    13 CHAPTER 3: Installation 3.3 Connecting the Projection Panel to an IBM PC Compatible Laptop Comput[...]

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    14 REAL COLOR AND MONOCHROME 16 LCD PROJECTION P ANEL 3.4 Connecting the Projection Panel to a Macin[...]

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    15 CHAPTER 4: Operation 4. Operation Some of the buttons are auto- repeat buttons; that is, pressing[...]

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    16 REAL COLOR AND MONOCHROME 16 LCD PROJECTION P ANELS Fig. 4-1. Projection Panel Keypad. T able 4-1[...]

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    17 CHAPTER 4: Operation 4.2 Non-Shift Control Buttons To activate one of the non-shift buttons (prin[...]

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    18 REAL COLOR AND MONOCHROME 16 LCD PROJECTION P ANELS Projected characters or graphics may appear t[...]

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    19 CHAPTER 4: Operation Fig. 4-7. Clear . 4.2. R EVERSE If you wish to reverse the way you see an im[...]

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    20 REAL COLOR AND MONOCHROME 16 LCD PROJECTION P ANELS 4.3.1 S YNC - Each time Sync- is pushed, it f[...]

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    21 CHAPTER 4: Operation Fig. 4-11. Reset. 4.3.3 P ALETTE Pressing the Palette button selects the dis[...]

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    22 REAL COLOR AND MONOCHROME 16 LCD PROJECTION P ANELS Fig. 4-13. Level Up and Level Down. 4.3.5 M E[...]

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    23 CHAPTER 4: Operation NOTE The Projection Panel must be placed correctly on the overhead projector[...]

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    24 REAL COLOR AND MONOCHROME 16 LCD PROJECTION P ANELS 4.6 Moving Through the User Menu After you di[...]

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    25 CHAPTER 4: Operation If the colors still need adjustment, follow these steps and use the red and [...]

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    26 REAL COLOR AND MONOCHROME 16 LCD PROJECTION P ANELS 4.7.4 V IDEO /N O V IDEO The Video column pro[...]

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    27 CHAPTER 4: Operation Fig. 4-17. Rear Projection. Selecting ON for the Text Mode locks VGA text to[...]

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    28 REAL COLOR AND MONOCHROME 16 LCD PROJECTION P ANELS 5. Maintenance and T roubleshooting 2. If the[...]

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    29 CHAPTER 5: Maintenance and T roubleshooting 2. Gently remove the filter and clean it by washing i[...]

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    30 REAL COLOR AND MONOCHROME 16 LCD PROJECTION P ANELS • The power supply may not be plugged into [...]

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    31 CHAPTER 5: Maintenance and T roubleshooting Problem : Image is out of focus. Possible Causes and [...]

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    32 REAL COLOR AND MONOCHROME 16 LCD PROJECTION P ANELS A. W orking With Colors (AC400A only) 1. Appl[...]

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    33 APPENDIX B: Interface Requirements B. Inter face Requirements T able B-1. Pin Assignments for the[...]

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    34 REAL COLOR AND MONOCHROME 16 LCD PROJECTION P ANELS B.1 Power Connector Polarity The power connec[...]

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    35 APPENDIX B: Interface Requirements Fig. B-2. Macintosh Display . T able B-2. Common Computer Moni[...]

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    36 REAL COLOR AND MONOCHROME 16 LCD PROJECTION P ANELS C. Special Guidelines for IBM and Compatibles[...]

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    00 APPENDIX C: Special Guidelines for IBM and Compatibles 37 C.2 Instructions for Activating Portabl[...]

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    T able C-1 (continued). Por table and Laptop Activation Char t. Computer Activate Port De-activate V[...]

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    39 Index Numbers 512x342 pixels, 15 640 by 480 pixels, 36 640x480 pixel display, 7 C CGA, 7, 10,, 18[...]

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