Instruction/ maintenance manual of the product CP40 3M
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3 shoot ’n share Camcorder Projector Operator’s Guide Guide de l’utilisateur Guía del usuario Model CP40 July 2010 78-6971-1565 -3-A.
T able of Contents Getting Started ................................................................ 7 Product overview .................................................................................. 7 Package Content ...............................
If the time arises to throw away your product, please recycle all the components possible. Batteries and rechargeable batteries are not to be disposed in your domestic waste! Please recycle them at your local recycling point. T ogether we can help to protect the environment.
Care and Safety Information: Please read, understand, and follow all safety information contained in these instructions prior to the use of this projector .
W ARNING T o reduce the risk associated with re and explosion: • Do not immerse the projector in any liquid or allow either to get wet. • Use only 3M approved power supply provided. • Do not dispose of the projector by incineration or re. • Do not operate this projector in any environment above 35°C (95°F).
LED LIGHT OUTPUT CLASS 1 LED PRODUCT IEC60825-1 :1993+A1 :1997+A2:2001 Maximum Radiant Power: 0.59 mW SA VE THESE INSTRUCTIONS Usage Notice: Do: • T urn off the power switch and unplug the power adapter before cleaning the projector . • Use a soft dry cloth with mild detergent to clean the display housing.
7 Getting Started Product overview Focus switch Micro SD card slot IR receiver Power Switch T ripod socket Projection Lens HDMI out Power/Charging LED A V input / Headphone output Down arrow (Zoom out.
8 Package Content Projector Quick Guide A V cable (RCA female to mini jack) AC power adapter USB cable CD.
9 1 Connect one end of the supplied AC adapter to the USB port of the projector and the other end to a wall outlet. OR Connect one end of the supplied USB cable to the USB port of the projector and the other end to a powered PC. Note: Projector power switch must be Off to charge the battery .
10 Power ON - Slide power switch to the “ ON ” position. Power OFF - Slide power switch to the “ OFF ” position. Inserting a memory card (optional) 1 Open the Micro SD card cover . 2 Gently insert the card as indicated ( contacts facing upward ) until the card reaches the end of the slot.
1 1 Understanding Status Icons 1 Video resolution (QVGA, VGA, DVD, HD 720p) Internal memory/SD card inserted Picture resolution (3M, 5M, 8M) Battery life (empty battery ----> full battery) LED light (On, Off) Zoom ratio indicator Recording time 00:03:12 How to Action Display a menu Press the MENU button.
13 Basic Operations Recording a video clip 1 Press the Up/Down ( / ) arrows to zoom in or zoom out. 2 Press the Record ( ) button to start recording. 3 Press the Record ( ) button again to stop recording. 4 While in recording mode, press the OK/Quick Playback ( ) button to pause recording.
14 Projecting les 1 Press the OK/Quick Playback ( ) button or the Left ( ) arrow . 2 Press the Up/Down arrows to select target folder . 3 When selecting one le, press the OK button to play it. 4 Press the Projection button ( ) to project. ( turns blue in working mode; turns white in standby mode.
15 During Playback • Playing Video 1 Press Left/Right arrow to move to previous/next le. Press and hold Left/Right arrow button to fast forward and fast rewind. 2 Use Up/Down arrow to control volume. 3 Press the OK button to pause the video (press OK again to resume).
16 • Menu items in Playback mode For playback video or photo les, press the Menu ( ) button to set up the following features. When you are done, press the Menu button to exit the menu screen. Item Description Delete Delete the les. Repeat Repeat playing les in the folder .
17 Adjusting the Projected Image Projection Distance (A) Screen size - Width (B) Screen Size - Height (C) Screen Diagonal (D) (cm) (inch) (cm) (inch) (cm) (inch) (cm) (inch) 19.0 7.5 12.2 4.8 9.1 3.6 15.2 6.0 38.1 15 24.4 9.6 18.3 7.2 30.5 12.0 63.5 25 40.
18 Composite A V Cable This projector connects to most DVD players, SA T-Receivers, Portable Media Players and Game consoles with the projector AV cable (supplied) and the composite A V cable that came with the media device. 1 Connect Composite A V-out cable to media player .
19 HDMI Cable This projector connects to most HD Digital TV’s with an optional (not included) HDMI cable. 1 T urn on your HDTV . 2 Connect the HDMI-in connector (the bigger end) of the HDMI cable to the HDTV . 3 T urn on the projector. 4 Connect the other end of the HDMI cable to the HDMI Out jack on your projector .
21 Advanced Operations Menu Setting items Item Option Description Video Resolution QVGA Set the video resolution to QVGA (320x240 pixels). VGA Set the video resolution to VGA (640x480 pixels). DVD Set the video resolution to DVD (720x480 pixels). HD(720P) Set the video resolution to HD 720P (1280x720 pixels).
22 Battery Life Indicator Icon Description Full battery Half-Full battery Low battery Empty battery Note 1 : When the “ Battery Low ” message appears, the projector will automatically power off.
23 Item Description Light Source RGB LED LCD Display 2.4” (6 cm) LCD Brightness 1 4 Lumens (AC Mode); 12 Lumens (Battery Mode) Aspect Ratio 4:3 Resolution 640 x 480 (VGA) Pixels Projection Image Size 15 cm ~ 165.
24 Item Description Dimension (LxWxH) 125 x 62 x 24 mm Package Content A V cable (RCA female to mini jack), USB cable, AC power adapter , Quick Guide , CD Note: - Advanced Systems Format (*.ASF) - Video CD (*.DA T) - MPEG (*.MPG; *.MPEG; *.MPE) - RealMedia Video (*.
25 If your projector does not seem to be functioning properly , check the items below before you contact an authorized service center . Symptom Check Point The projector can not be turned on. • Ensure the battery is fully charged or the AC power adapter is properly connected.
26 • The 3M ™ Camcorder Projector Shoot ‘n Share CP40 (the “3M product”) is warranted to be free from defects in material or manufacture for a period of 1 year from the date of purchase.
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