Epson EMP 8200 manual

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    Before use Installation Connections Projection Useful Functions Adjustments and setting Troubleshoot[...]

  • Page 2

    Accessory V erification Check to confirm that the following items are included in the package when r[...]

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    About the Manuals and Notations Used - 1 About the Manuals and Notations Used T ypes of Manual The d[...]

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    2- Contents Contents About the Manuals and Notations Used 1 Types of Manual ........................[...]

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    Contents- 3 Ending 35 Adjusting the Projection Position 37 Feet Adjustments ........................[...]

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    4- Contents Effect Function 48 Cursor/Stamp ........................................................[...]

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    Contents- 5 When the Indicators Provide No Help 73 The image is not projected ......................[...]

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    6 - P ar ts, Names and Operations P ar ts, Names and Operations Pr ojector ● Fr ont P anel 1 Lamp [...]

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    P ar ts, Names and Operations - 7 ● Bac k P anel 1 Remote control light-receiving area 2 Fan 3 P o[...]

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    8 - P ar ts, Names and Operations ● Operation P anel 1 [Help] button (see pa ge 42 ) Displays the [...]

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    P ar ts, Names and Operations - 9 ● I/O P or ts 1 Computer 1-mini D-Sub 15 port Inputs the compute[...]

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    10 - P ar ts, Names and Operations Remote Contr ol ● Fr ont P anel 1 [Freeze] button (see page 44 [...]

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    P ar ts, Names and Operations - 11 11 [Esc] button (see pa ge 27 , 56 ) · Ends the function being u[...]

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    12 - P ar ts, Names and Operations ● Rear P anel 1 Battery cover 1[...]

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    P ar ts, Names and Operations - 13 Range of Remote Control Operations Depending on the distance and [...]

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    14 - P ar ts, Names and Operations Inser ting the Remote Contr ol Batteries The remote contr ol batt[...]

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    Installation Procedure - 15 Installation Pr ocedure Determines the projection angle and pr ojection [...]

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    16 - Installation Procedure Screen Size and Projection Distance Determines the distance that the scr[...]

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    Installation Procedure - 17 Pr ojection Angles Placing the projector with the center of the lens at [...]

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    18 - Connecting the projector to a computer Connecting the pr ojector to a computer Switch off the p[...]

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    Connecting the projector to a computer - 19 Signal Refresh Rate (Hz) Resolution (Dots) Pixels (dots)[...]

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    20 - Connecting the projector to a computer In the case of the mini D-Sub 15 pin · Connect the comp[...]

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    Connecting the projector to a computer - 21 ● When the monitor port is the 5BNC Po i n t · Do not[...]

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    22 - Connecting the projector to a computer In the case of 5BNC (when connected to the second comput[...]

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    Connecting the projector to a computer - 23 In the case of D VI-D* Digital signals are output to the[...]

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    24 - Connecting the projector to a computer Sound Connection The projector is equipped with two buil[...]

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    Connecting the projector to a computer - 25 Connecting External Monitors It is possible to display t[...]

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    26 - Connecting the projector to a computer Connecting Up the Mouse (wireless mouse function) This e[...]

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    Connecting the projector to a computer - 27 Perform the following mouse operations after the connect[...]

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    28 - Connecting Video Equipment Connecting Video Equipment Switch off the power supply to the pr oje[...]

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    Connecting Video Equipment - 29 In the case of component (color differential*) ima ge signals · Con[...]

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    30 - Connecting Video Equipment In the case of RGB image signals · Connect the projector ’ s Comp[...]

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    Projection - 31 Pr ojection Images can be projected after all connections have been completed. Prepa[...]

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    32 - Projection Commencing Pr ojection 1 Press the [Power] button to turn on the power supply . The [...]

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    Projection - 33 2 Select the port to which the connection has been made when more than one item of e[...]

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    34 - Projection 3 Starting projection. Switch on the power supply to the computer or video equipment[...]

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    Ending - 35 Ending End projection in accor dance with the following procedur e. 1 Press the [Power] [...]

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    36 - Ending 3 Check to confirm that the operation indicator is illuminated in orange, and then unplu[...]

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    Adjusting the Projection P osition - 37 Adjusting the Pr ojection P osition The projector can be adj[...]

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    38 - Adjusting the projection size Adjusting the pr ojection size It is possible to adjust the size [...]

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    Picture Quality Adjustment - 39 Picture Quality Adjustment Adjusts image focus and disturbance. Focu[...]

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    40 - Picture Quality Adjustment T racking Adjustments (when pr ojecting computer images) Adjusted wh[...]

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    Introduction of Functions - 41 Intr oduction of Functions The functions that can be operated by pres[...]

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    42 - Useful Functions Useful Functions Help Function The methods of solving trouble when it occurs a[...]

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    Useful Functions - 43 4 Repeat the operations explained in procedures 2 and 3 to select and set the [...]

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    44 - Projection Cutting Pr ojection Cutting It is possible to temporarily erase and stop images and [...]

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    Switching Image Sizes - 45 Switching Ima ge Siz es The window display and resizing display ar e swit[...]

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    46 - Switching Image Sizes ● In the case of video ima ges Switching will be performed for 4:3 and [...]

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    Enlarging Images (E-Zooming function) - 47 Enlar ging Images (E-Zooming function) It is possible to [...]

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    48 - Eff ect Function Effect Function The [Effect] buttons add decorations to images displayed durin[...]

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    Eff ect Function - 49 4 T ilt the [Enter] button on the remote control to move the cursor to the end[...]

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    50 - Eff ect Function Bar Draws a bar line on the image. 1 Press the [4] button to display the requi[...]

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    P in P Function - 51 P in P Function The video image will be displayed as a sub-screen inside the co[...]

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    52 - V olume Adjustment V olume Adjustment The volume can be amended when sound is emitted from the [...]

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    Menu Configuration - 53 Menu Configuration The setup menu enables the various adjustments and settin[...]

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    54 - Menu Configuration Po i n t The lamp illumination time is displa yed in units of 0H between 0 a[...]

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    Menu Operations - 55 Menu Operations The menus can be operated from both the pr ojector and the remo[...]

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    56 - Menu Operations 5 Select the parameter value. Press the [T racking +, -] button on the projecto[...]

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    Menu Operations - 57 Setting Items To p Menu Sub Menu Function Default V alue V ideo Position Moves [...]

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    58 - Menu Operations V ideo V ideo Signal Sets the video signal method. Press the [Enter] button and[...]

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    Menu Operations - 59 Effect Bar Sets the color , direction and width of the bar allocated to the [4][...]

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    60 - Menu Operations Setting Sleep Mode Sets the energy-saving function for when no image signals ar[...]

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    Menu Operations - 61 · The image menu and information displayed will differ in accor dance with the[...]

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    62 - Menu Operations User Logo Registration Registers the images currently displayed as the user log[...]

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    Menu Operations - 63 5 Select [Y es] and then press the [ (Enter)] button on the main unit (the [Ent[...]

  • Page 66

    64 - Introduction of Projector Software Intr oduction of Pr ojector Software The projector softwar e[...]

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    Computer Connections - 65 Computer Connections Establish a serial connection between the computer an[...]

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    66 - Computer Connections ● Macintosh Computer s Connect the projector ’ s Mouse/Com port to the[...]

  • Page 69

    Installation - 67 Installation This section explains how to install the EMP Link V . Operating En vi[...]

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    68 - Installation Installation This section explains how to install the software using the W indows [...]

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    Installation - 69 ● In the case of the Macintosh 1 Start up the Macintosh and then set the CD-ROM [...]

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    70 - T roub leshooting T roub leshooting When you think you have a problem, first of all check the i[...]

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    T roub leshooting - 71 Lamp Indicator Extinguished The power is not switched on The power is not swi[...]

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    72 - T roub leshooting T emperature Indicator Po i n t · Ref er to the section on "When the In[...]

  • Page 75

    When the Indicators Provide No Help - 73 When the Indicator s Pr o vide No Help Refer to each releva[...]

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    74 - When the Indicators Provide No Help ● Messa ge s [Not Supported] will be displayed [No Signal[...]

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    When the Indicators Provide No Help - 75 The image is unc lear · The screen is blurred. · Focus ca[...]

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    76 - When the Indicators Provide No Help · The image is disturbed. · Noise appears ● Has the cab[...]

  • Page 79

    When the Indicators Provide No Help - 77 The image is cut up (Large)/Small The image color is bad ·[...]

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    78 - When the Indicators Provide No Help The image is dark No sound ● Is it time to replace the la[...]

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    When the Indicators Provide No Help - 79 The remote contr ol won ’ t w ork Cannot end (after the [[...]

  • Page 82

    80 - When the Indicators Provide No Help EMP Link V will not function Po i n t If an abnormality rem[...]

  • Page 83

    Cleaning the Projector , Cleaning the Lens, Cleaning the Air Filter - 81 Cleaning the Pr ojector , C[...]

  • Page 84

    82 - Cleaning the Projector , Cleaning the Lens, Cleaning the Air Filter Cleaning the Air Filter Air[...]

  • Page 85

    Replacing the Air Filter - 83 Replacing the Air Filter Replacement Method 1 Switch off the power sup[...]

  • Page 86

    84 - Replacing the Lamp Replacing the Lamp Replace the lamp at the following times (model number: EL[...]

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    Replacing the Lamp - 85 Replacement Method 1 Switch off the power supply , allow the projector to co[...]

  • Page 88

    86 - Replacing the Lamp 5 Attach the fan. Align the direction, insert the fan, and then secur e it i[...]

  • Page 89

    Optional P ar ts - 87 Optional P ar t s The following optional parts are available for pur chase in [...]

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    88 - T erminolog y T erminology This section provides simple explanations for the terminology used w[...]

  • Page 91

    T erminology - 89 T racking Outputs computer signals at a pre-determined frequency . The image will [...]

  • Page 92

    90 - Specifications Specifications Brand Name Multi-Media Pr ojector EMP-8200/8200NL External Dimen-[...]

  • Page 93

    Specifications - 91 Safety USA UL1950 3 rd Edition Canada CSA C22.2 No.950-95 (cUL) European Communi[...]

  • Page 94

    92 - Inde x Inde x Numerics 13w3 21 5BNC 21 , 22 A A/V Mute 59 A/V Mute button 8 , 10 A/V Mute Funct[...]

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    Inde x - 93 Execute 61 E-Zoom button 10 E-Zooming function 47 F Fan 7 Feet Adjustments 37 Focus 39 F[...]

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    94 - Inde x Projector software 64 Prompt 59 R R/C ON OFF switch 10 , 32 , 36 Rear foot 7 Rear Proj. [...]

  • Page 97

    DECLARA TION of CONFORMITY According to 47CFR, Part 2 and 15 Class B Personal Computers and Peripher[...]

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    FCC Compliance Statement For United States Users This equipment has been tested and found to comply [...]

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

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    402127401 (9002307) Printed on 100% recycled paper. Printed in Japan 02.02-.1A(C01)[...]