Sharp PGF-267X manual

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  • Page 1

    MODEL PG - F 2 67 X DA T A PR O J E C T O R SETUP MANUAL Connecting Pin Assignments ................[...]

  • Page 2

    -2 Connect ing Pin Assignments COMP UTER/ COMPONENT input and C OMPUT ER/COMPONEN T output T erminal[...]

  • Page 3

    -3 RS -23 2C T erm in al : mini DIN 9 pin fe male c onne ctor Pi n No . Si g na l Na m e I/O Re fe r[...]

  • Page 4

    -4 RS - 23 2C Sp ecifi cations and Co mmands Computer cont r ol A co mp u te r ca n be u s ed to c [...]

  • Page 5

    -5 Commands E xam pl e: Wh en tu rn in g on t he p roje cto r , make th e fol lowi ng s et ti ng . C[...]

  • Page 6

    -6 CONTROL CONTENTS COMMAND PARAMETER RETURN Power ON Stand by mode (or 3 0 -se con d st ar tu p tim[...]

  • Page 7

    -7 CONTROL CONTENTS COMMAND PARAMETER RETURN Power ON Stand by mode (or 3 0 -se con d st ar tu p tim[...]

  • Page 8

    -8 CONTROL CONTENTS COMMAND PARAMETER RETURN Power ON Stand by mode (or 3 0 -se con d st ar tu p tim[...]

  • Page 9

    -9 Set t ing u p the Projec tor Net w ork Environment Th is s ec t io n de sc r ib es t h e ba si c [...]

  • Page 10

    -10 1 . Connect ing t he Pr ojecto r to a Computer Es ta bl is hi ng a on e -to-o ne c on nec t ion [...]

  • Page 11

    -11 2 . Set t in g an I P Addr ess for th e C om p ut e r Th e foll owi ng d esc ri be s how to ma k[...]

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    -12 5 Cl ick “ Inte rn et Protoco l V er sio n 4 ( TCP / IP v4)” , an d cl ick t he “Propertie[...]

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    -13 3. Set t ing up a N et work Con- nect ion for t he Projec tor Se t ti ngs fo r su ch it ems a s [...]

  • Page 14

    -14 4 Th e TCP /IP set t in g scr ee n appears, ready f or network set t in gs for t he p rojec tor [...]

  • Page 15

    -15 Controlli ng th e Projector via L AN Af te r con ne ct in g th e pr ojec tor to yo ur n et work [...]

  • Page 16

    -16 Confi r ming t he Pr ojecto r Status (Statu s) On t h is sc re en , you c an c on fi rm the pr[...]

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    -17 Set t ing a nd Ad just ing t he Projec tor (S et ti ngs & Ad jus t ment s) E xam p le: “P [...]

  • Page 18

    -18 Mak ing G eneral S et tin gs for t he Net work (N et wor k - Ge ner al) On t h is sc re en , you[...]

  • Page 19

    -19 Contr olli ng th e Projector v ia L AN Set t ing E rr or It ems and Dest inat ion Addres ses to [...]

  • Page 20

    -20 When Connect ing Using RS - 2 3 2C 1 L aunc h gen era l pu rpose te rmi nal emulator . 2 I npu t[...]

  • Page 21

    -21 When Connect ing Using Te l n e t 1 Cl ick “ St ar t ” f rom t he W ind ows ® des k top a n[...]

  • Page 22

    -22 S ETUP M E N U ( Ma in Me nu) ▼ SET UP MENU -----------------------------SETUP MENU-----------[...]

  • Page 23

    -23 Set t ing u p the Pr ojector Us ing RS -232C o r T e lnet View Set t ing Det ail List ( [ V ] Vi[...]

  • Page 24

    -24 Set t ing u p the Pr ojector Us ing RS -232C o r T e lnet S av e S ett in gs and Q uit ( [S] S a[...]

  • Page 25

    -25 Set t ing u p the Pr ojector Us ing RS -232C o r T e lnet IP Ad dres s Set t in g ([ 1 ]IP Ad dr[...]

  • Page 26

    -26 Passwor d Set t in g ([ 5 ]Pas sw o rd ) Carr ying ou t secur it y protecti on using passw ord. [...]

  • Page 27

    -27 Set t ing u p the Pr ojector Us ing RS -232C o r T e lnet Disconnect ing All Connec- t ions ([D][...]

  • Page 28

    -28 Carr y ing out N et work Ping Te s t (A DVANC E D[5]N et wor k Ping T est ) It is pos sible to c[...]

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    -29 Set t ing of S ear ch Por t ( A D VA N C E D [0] S e a r c h P o r t ) Sets the por t number us [...]

  • Page 30

    -30 Reset t ing t he L amp Timer of t he Projec tor via L AN Wh en t he p ro jec tor i s con n ect e[...]

  • Page 31

    -31 5 Cl ick “ Pro per ti es” on t he “ Fil e” menu. 6 Cl ick t he “ Set t in gs” t ab, [...]

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    -32 Tr o u b l e s h o o t i n g Communica tion can not be est ablis hed wit h the p rojector Wh en [...]

  • Page 33

    -33 ? T ake the foll owin g steps fo r che ck ing th e net wor k set ting s for the c omp uter . 1 .[...]

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    -34 ? Ch eck i f the “ TCP /IP” p rotocol i s ope ratin g cor rec tly us ing th e “PING” c o[...]