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Using a wired remote control

When multiple main units are connected in the
system, connect the units with the M3 stereo mini
jack cable available in the market to simultaneously
control the multiple main units with a single remote
control unit through the REMOTE1 IN/OUT
terminal. It is effective to use the wired remote
control in the environment in which an obstacle
stands in the light path or where devices are
susceptible to outside light.
S
B/PB
G/Y
R
R/P
REMOTE 1 REMOTE 2
RGB 1 IN
VIDEO IN
S-VIDEO IN
IN OUT
Connect to the
secondary projector
M3 stereo mini
jack cable
(available in the
market)

Using the remote control unit

Use two-core shielded cable of
length smaller than 15 m. If the
cable length exceeds 15 m, or if the
shielding of the cable is inadequate,
the operation may be unsatisfactory.
Attention
Installation

Projection schemes

Any of the following four projection schemes can be used
depending on users needs or viewing conditions.
Use OPTION2 menu (chosen from the MAIN
MENU) to choose the appropriate projection
scheme (see page 34).
Projection Scheme 1
Front projection
Rear projection
Table standing
Projection Scheme 2
Ceiling mount
(Default position)

Installation geometry

After the projector is roughly positioned, picture size
and vertical picture positioning can be finely
adjusted with the powered zoom lens and lens tilt
mechanism.
Side view
With optional ceiling mount
bracket (ET-PKD55)
261
H
H
Screen
SH
180
L
L
421-541
Top view
314
157
175
87.5
L
Screen
SW
L : Projection distance
SH : Image height
SW : Image width
H : Distance from centre of lens to bottom edge
of projected image.
Do not place or use one projector on
top of another projection unit.
Leave a clearance of at least 50 cm so
that the ventilation opening on the rear
panel will not be blocked.
Attention