AUTO POW. OFF
LAMP POWER HIGH
FAN CONTROL1 NORMAL
FAN CONTROL2 HORIZ.
SELECT ADJ RETRN
The projector has an ID number setting function
that helps the user to control two or more projectors
either simultaneously or separately with a single
remote control. The ID number is set to “ALL” by
default. Hence the ID number need not be set
when only one projector is used.
1–64 : The ID number is set in this range.
• The ID number can be set to “ALL”, or
selected from “1” to “64”.
• If the projectors are given ID numbers,
their remote controls must be assigned
the same ID numbers, respectively.
• If the ID number of a projector is set to
“ALL”, it can be controlled by the
remote control or the PC with any ID
If multiple projectors are used and
some of them have their IDs set to
“ALL”, they cannot be controlled
separately from the projectors with
other ID numbers.
For details on remote control ID
setting, see page 15.
“FRONT/REAR” is used to choose the appropriate
projection scheme from Front and Rear:
FRONT : Choose this option if pictures are
projected from the front of a reflective
REAR : Choose this if pictures are projected
from the back of a translucent screen.
“DESK/CEILING” is used to choose the appropriate
projection scheme from Desk and Ceiling:
DESK : Choose this option if the projector is
installed on a floor-standing base.
CEILING : Choose if the projector is installed on
the ceiling using the optional ceiling
“LAMP SELECT” is used to choose from Single Lamp
and Dual Lamp modes depending on user’s needs or
viewing conditions. In Single Lamp mode, the
projector may automatically select either lamp from
the 2 lamps, or the particular lamp can be specified.
DUAL : Two lamps are used simultaneously.
SINGLE : One of either lamps is used (lamp with
shorter operating hours is
LAMP1 : Lamp Unit 1 is always used.
LAMP2 : Lamp Unit 2 is always used.
When one of the above settings is selected, it will
take effect after ENTER is pressed.
The luminance of the projection lamp can be
changed depending on user’s needs or the viewing
HIGH : Set when high brightness is necessary.
LOW : Set when high brightness is not
• When set to “LOW”, it is possible to
reduce power consumption, reduce
operating noise and extend lamp
• “LOW” is set automatically when long
life lamp units are used.
• If, in the “SINGLE”, “LAMP1” or
“LAMP2” mode, one lamp remains off
or the currently active lamp exceeds
1 500 hours of cumulative operating
time (when “HIGH” is selected as the
lamp power setting), the other lamp
will light. If, in the “DUAL” mode, one
lamp remains off or the currently active
lamp exceeds 1 500 hours of
cumulative operating time (when
“HIGH” is selected as the lamp power
setting), the other lamp alone will light.
However, if both lamps remain off or
the 1 500 hours of cumulative
operating time are exceeded, the
projector will enter the standby mode.
• If only one lamp is installed in the
projector, set lamp mode to either
“LAMP1” or “LAMP2”. “LAMP1” or
“LAMP2” is selected. If the
corresponding lamp is not installed,
the other lamp will turn on.
The colours of the items indicate the status.
Green Current setting
Cyan Now changing from one
status to another
Red Lamp that has failed to light
White Any other status
• If the projector is repeatedly used for
short periods of time, the lamps will
need to be replaced more frequently.
This time period is 4 000 hours when
long life lamp units (page 42) are used.