Toshiba TLP651A manual

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    CONTENTS 1 Before use TLP450U TLP451U TLP650U TLP651U TLP650A TLP651A TLP470U TLP471U TLP670U TLP671[...]

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    CONTENTS 2 Before use SAFETY PRECAUTIONS The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equila[...]

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    CONTENTS 3 Before use IMPOR T ANT PRECA UTIONS In the spaces provided belo w , record the Model and[...]

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    CONTENTS 4 Before use IMPOR T ANT SAFETY INSTR UCTIONS CA UTION: PLEASE READ AND OBSER VE ALL W ARN[...]

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    CONTENTS 5 Before use 5. Heat The product should be situated a wa y from heat sources such as radiat[...]

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    CONTENTS 6 Before use 11. Object and Liquid Entry Ne ver push objects of an y kind into this produc[...]

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    CONTENTS 7 Before use 16. Damage Requiring Service Unplug this product from the wall outlet and ref[...]

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    CONTENTS 8 Before use IMPOR T ANT SAFETY INSTR UCTIONS 21. Do not carry by the camera arm. Do not c[...]

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    CONTENTS 9 Before use P o wer supply cor d selection If your line v oltage is 220 to 240, use one of[...]

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    CONTENTS 10 Before use Contents Bef ore use SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ....................................[...]

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    CONTENTS 11 Before use ON/STANDBY MENU ENTER SELECT/ADJUST INPUT ON LAMP TEMP Part names and funct[...]

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    CONTENTS 12 Before use (Continued) Left side Right side A C IN socket 19 Carrying handle Open to [...]

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    CONTENTS 13 Before use A UTO SET POINTER PJ MARKER LASER MENU ENTER KEYSTONE ON/ST ANDBY R-CLICK L-C[...]

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    CONTENTS 14 Before use (Continued) Installing batteries 1) Open the cov er . 2) Install the batter[...]

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    CONTENTS 15 Before use Remote contr ol operation P oint the remote control at the infrared remote [...]

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    CONTENTS 16 Connections and installation Connections Connecting an IBM PC or compatible computer (DO[...]

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    CONTENTS 17 Connections and installation RS-232C CONTROL RGB AUDIO MONITOR OUTPUT RGB S-VIDEO VID[...]

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    CONTENTS 18 Connections and installation Projector placement There are f our wa ys of installing thi[...]

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    CONTENTS 19 Connections and installation (Continued) 1 Place the pr ojector on a stead y , level sur[...]

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    CONTENTS 20 Connections and installation Notes • When the projector is moved from a cold location[...]

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    CONTENTS 21 Operations Picture projection CAUTION Do not look into the projection lens while operati[...]

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    CONTENTS 22 Operations Notes •“ ” is display ed on the screen if the projector does not rece[...]

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    CONTENTS 23 Operations (Continued) Contents of displa yed items (Continued) Adjusting the image aut[...]

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    CONTENTS 24 Operations (Continued) Changing the picture size Pictures are projected at the maximal p[...]

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    CONTENTS 25 Operations Operating the computer by the remote control If you connect the iREMO TE MOUS[...]

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    CONTENTS 26 Operations (Continued) Operating the computer by the remote control Use the supplied rem[...]

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    CONTENTS 27 Adjustments Settings and adjustments on the menu Most of adjustments and settings are ma[...]

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    CONTENTS 28 Adjustments Initial settings – Default 1 Press MENU to displa y the menu. Mak e the ba[...]

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    CONTENTS 29 Adjustments Scr n displa y On: On-screen displa ys (indications of input selection, sig[...]

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    CONTENTS 30 Adjustments Keystone correction – Keystone 1 3 2 Notes • Pressing KEYST ONE on the r[...]

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    CONTENTS 31 Adjustments Projection adjustments – Image 1 3 2 Press to select “ Auto sync. ?[...]

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    CONTENTS 32 Adjustments Picture adjustments – Picture 1 3 2 Press or to select a preferred it[...]

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    CONTENTS 33 Adjustments Sound adjustments – A udio 1 3 2 Notes • These adjustments are stored un[...]

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    CONTENTS 34 Adjustments Saving data – Save 1 3 2 Preparation • Display the image as e xplained i[...]

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    CONTENTS 35 Camera OVERLAY PHOTO/TEXT ARM LIGHT LOCK W.BALANCE CAMERA Part names and functions of[...]

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    CONTENTS 36 Camera (Continued) Preparation of the document imaging camera 1) Raise up the ar m. 2) [...]

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    CONTENTS 37 Camera Picture projection with the document imaging camera Preparation Displa y the imag[...]

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    CONTENTS 38 Camera Focus on the picture by turning the focusing ring on the camera head. (Continued)[...]

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    CONTENTS 39 Camera Overlaying projection With the RGB input or the video input selected, you can dr [...]

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    CONTENTS 40 Maintenance If there is some problem inside the projector , the indicators light up or f[...]

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    CONTENTS 41 Maintenance Air filter , lens and main unit cleaning CAUTION If you use the projector mo[...]

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    CONTENTS 42 Maintenance Lamp replacement The lamp will e ventually begin to project dark or dull pic[...]

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    CONTENTS 43 Others Before calling service personnel Check the f ollowing points bef ore asking f or [...]

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    CONTENTS 44 Others (Continued) Image does not appear when using the document imaging camera. • T[...]

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    CONTENTS 45 Others Input Signal Mode determination and signal system : full compatible : dot re[...]

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    CONTENTS 46 Others Signal Def ault Synchronizing Resolution (line) F requency Mode System Horizo[...]

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    CONTENTS 47 Others (Continued) Signal assignment D-SUB 15 pin shrinking terminal Input Signal Video [...]

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    CONTENTS 48 Others RGB signal defaults (Continued) V er Sync The f ollowing signals are f actor y se[...]

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    CONTENTS 49 Others Adjustments with RS-232C Conditioning of the Projection Unit can also be done by [...]

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    CONTENTS 50 Others (Continued) Classification ADJUST ADJUST ADJUST KEYST ONE KEYST ONE Image Image I[...]

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    CONTENTS 51 Others Specifications Main unit P ower requirements A C 100 – 240V 50/60Hz P ower cons[...]

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    CONTENTS 52 Others Accessories Wireless remote control ............................... 1 AA size b[...]

  • Page 53

    CONTENTS 53 Others LIMITED W ARRANTY T OSHIB A TLP600/400 Series 3LCD Data Projector T oshiba Amer[...]

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    CONTENTS 54 Others 6. The repaired product is retur ned freight prepaid to the purchaser after warr[...]