Instruction/ maintenance manual of the product D6KE Panasonic
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E NGLISH Operating Instructions DLP™Based Projector Model No. PT-DZ6710E PT-DZ6700E PT-DW6300E PT-D6000E PT-D5000E Before operating this product, please read the instr uct ions carefully and sa ve th is manual for future use.
Important Information E NGLISH - 2 Important Safety Notice Dear Panasonic Customer: This instruction booklet provides all th e nec essary operating inform ation that you might requ ire. We hope it will help you to get the most out of your new product, and that you will be pleased wit h your Panasonic DL P™Based projector.
Important Information Important Safety Notice E NGLISH - 3 Information for Users on Collection and Di sposal of Old Equipment and used Batteries These symbols on the produ cts, pack aging, and/or acco mpanying docum ents mean th at used electrical and electronic products and batter ies should not be mixed with general household waste.
Important Information Important Safety Notice E NGLISH - 4 IMPORTANT: THE MOULDED PLUG (U.K. only) FOR YOUR SAFETY, PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING TEXT CAREFULLY. This appliance is supplied with a moulded three pi n mains plug for your safety and convenience.
E NGLISH - 5 Important Information Getting Started Basic Operation Maintenance Appendix Preparation Contents Quick steps Important Safety Notice ................ ... ... ... .... ... ... ... .... ... .2 Precautions with regard to safety ..........
Important Information E NGLISH - 6 Precautions with regard to safety If you notice smoke, stra nge smells or noise comin g from the projector, disconnect t he mains plug from the mains socket. Do not continue to use the projector in such cases, otherwise fire or electric shocks could res ult.
Precautions with regard to safety E NGLISH - 7 Important Information Do not touch t he leaked liquid fro m the batteries . If you touch the lea ked liquid, it may hurt your skin. Immediately wash away the liquid with water and seek medical advice.
Precautions with regard to safety E NGLISH - 8 Important Information Do not set up the projector in a high temperatur e environment, such as near a heat er or in direct sunlight. Failure to obser ve this may result in fire, malfunction or plastic deterioration.
Precautions with regard to safety E NGLISH - 9 Important Information Do not reach for the openings beside t he optical lens, during horizontal or vertical movements of the lens. Failure to observe this may cause injury. Replacement of th e lamp unit should only be carried out after it has c ompletely cooled off.
Precautions with regard to safety E NGLISH - 10 Important Information The projector ha s a high pressure merc ury lamp and that is characterised as follows. The brightness of the lamp dep ends on the duratio n of use. The lamp may explode or shorten th e lamp life by shocks or chipping da mage.
Precautions with regard to safety E NGLISH - 11 Important Information Make sure the following accessories are provide d with your projector. * The protectors for enclosed products, such as a plug cover or foam cartons, must be treated prope rly. * Contact to an Authorised Service Centre for lost accesso ries.
E NGLISH - 12 Preparation About Your Projector T op, front and bottom view Projector body NOTE: • Do not cover the ventilation openings or pl ace anything within 50 cm (20") of t hem as this may cause damage or injury . • While the projector is not in use, keep the pr ojector lens cover attached to protect the lens.
Preparation About Your Projector E NGLISH - 13 Side views NOTE: • Switch on the POWER button of the projector body that is locat ed near the terminals before using the control buttons. • Do not touch the LAN terminal with your bare hands or body , as body parts may have charged static electricity .
Preparation About Your Projector E NGLISH - 14 Remote control POWER ON and POWER STANDBY buttons POWER ON : S tarts the projection while in the standby mode. POWER STANDBY : Returns to the standby mode. (page 19) INPUT SELECT buttons These buttons select the RGB1 , RGB2 , DVI-D , VIDEO , S-VIDE O and SDI terminals.
Preparation About Your Projector E NGLISH - 15 Setting projector ID number to remote control Each projector can be assigned a unique 2 digits ID number, and the remote control 2 digits ID number must be set to match the intended projector. The default setting of the projector ID is ALL .
Getting Started E NGLISH - 16 Setting up You can use the projector with a ny of the following 4 projecti on meth ods. To set the desired m ethod in the pro jector, Cautions when setting the projec.
Getting Started Setting up E NGLISH - 17 Removing the projection lens from the projector 1. Switch off the POWER button on the projector . 2. Rotate the lens cover co unterclockwise and remove. 3. While pressing the lens release bu tton, rotate the projection lens counterclockwise, and remove the projection lens.
Getting Started Setting up E NGLISH - 18 Connecting 1. Make sure the shape of the mains plug and the AC IN terminal on the b ack of the projector match, then push the plug all the way in. 2. Align the side of the “power cord secure lock” with the side guide rail of the AC IN terminal of the projector and slide it in.
E NGLISH - 19 Basic Operation Projecting Switching on the projector When using an optional lens, install a projection lens before switch on the projecto r . 1. Connect the supplied main s lead (220 - 240 V AC, 50 Hz/60 Hz) to the AC IN terminal. 2.
Basic Operation Projecting E NGLISH - 20 Switching off the projector 1. Press the POWER STANDBY button. The confirmation screen will be displayed. 2. Select OK and press the ENTER button, or p ress the POWER STANDBY button again. The projection of the image stops, and the power indicator of the projector lights up orange.
E NGLISH - 21 Basic Operation Remote control operation You can operate th e projector with the remote control within the remote range 30 m (98'5"), approximately ± 30° horizonta lly and ± 15° ve rtically.
Basic Operation Remote control operation E NGLISH - 22 You can use the remo te control to switch the signals that are being input and projected. If the projector is not used for a certain period of time during the meeting intermission, for example, a shutter mode is available that allows the user to hide imag es temporarily.
Basic Operation Remote control operation E NGLISH - 23 You can assign a selected function to the FUNCTION button. Following func tions are assignable. Pressing this button displays several pa ges of projector status information.
E NGLISH - 24 Basic Operation Menu Navigation The menu options are structur ed and categorised. Yo u can navigate through the menu with F G I H buttons. See “Navigating through the menu ” on page 27. Some default settings vary by the selected input signal.
Menu Navigation E NGLISH - 25 Basic Operation DISPLAY OPTION PROJECTOR SETUP TEST PATTERN SIGNAL LIST COLOR MATCHING * OFF 3 COLORS 7 COLORS MEASURED COLOR CORRECTION OFF USER CONTRAST MODE * NORMAL H.
Settings Menu Navigation E NGLISH - 26 SECURITY NETWORK SECURITY PASSWORD OFF ON SECURITY PASSWORD CHANGE DISPLAY SETTING OFF TEXT LOGO1 LOGO2 TEXT CHANGE MENU LOCK OFF ON MENU LOCK PASSWORD CONTROL D.
Menu Navigation E NGLISH - 27 Basic Operation Displaying the Main menu Press the MENU button to display the main menu. Adjusting with th e bar scale items The triangle mark under the bar indi cates factory default setting and th e square ind icates the current setting.
E NGLISH - 28 Maintenance Monitor Lamp indicators If a problem sh ould occur with the pro jector, the indicato rs will info rm you. Manage the indicate d problems as follow. 1. Confirm the status of all indicators and projector , and switch off the projector in proper way .
Monitor Lamp indicators E NGLISH - 29 Maintenance FILTER indicator The FILTER indicates th e Auto Cleaning Filter (ACF) unit statu s. Lamp indication Information Check point Remedial measure Lighting in re d The ACF un it has run out. • Check the REMAINING FILTER of STATUS in PROJECTOR SETUP menu.
E NGLISH - 30 Maintenance Replacement Before replacing the Lamp unit T urn off the POWER switch of the projector in proper way and disconnect the mains plug from the mains socket. W ait for more than 1 hour and make sure the lamp unit and the surrou ndings are cooled eno ugh.
Replacement E NGLISH - 31 Maintenance Replacement procedure Removing and replacing the lamp unit 1. Use a Phillips-head screwdriver to loosen the “lamp unit cover fixing screw” (1 screw ) on the back of the projector until the screws turn freely , and remove the lamp unit cover .
Maintenance Replacement E NGLISH - 32 Before replacing the ACF W ait until the cooling fan stops and t urn off the POWER switch of the projector in proper way . Disconnect the mains lead from the mains socket. Contact an Author ised Service Centre to purchase a replac ement ACF (ET -ACF100).
E NGLISH - 33 Maintenance Troubleshooting Should any problem persist, contact your de aler. Problem Cause Reference pag e *1 *1. CD-ROM: See the functional instructions in the pr ovided CD-ROM. Power does not turn on. The mains lead may not be connected.
E NGLISH - 34 Appendix Technical Information List of comp atible signals Mode Display resolution (dot s) *1 Scanning frequency Dot clock frequency Picture quality *2 PnP *3 Format *4 H (kHz) V (Hz) (MHz) RGB2 DVI-D EIDI1 DVI-D EIDI2 NTSC/NTSC 4.43/ P AL-M/P AL60 720 x 480i 15.
Technical Information E NGLISH - 35 Appendix Display dot s of each model WSXGA+ 1 680 x 1 050 65.3 60.0 146.3 A D/R 1 920 x 1 080 *9 1 920 x 1 080 66.6 59.9 138.5 AA *5 WUXGA *9 1 920 x 1 200 74.0 60.0 154.0 AA *8 DD *1. The “i” appearing after the resolution indicates an interlaced sign al.
Appendix Technical Information E NGLISH - 36 S pecifications Power supply AC 220 - 240 V 50 Hz/60 Hz Power consumptio n • PT-DZ6710E/PT-DZ6700E: 800 W • PT-DW6300E/PT -D6000E: 750 W • PT-D5000E: 600 W During standby (when fan is stopped): Approx.
Technical Information E NGLISH - 37 Appendix Te r m i n a l s S-VIDEO IN 1 set, Mini DIN 4p Y: 1.0 V [p-p], C: 0.286 V [p-p], 75 Ω , compatible with S1 signal VIDEO IN 1 set, BNC pin jack 1.0 V [p-p], 75 Ω RGB 1 IN 1 set, BNC x 5 RGB signal 0.
Appendix Technical Information E NGLISH - 38 The projector and the ceiling mount bracket are d esigned su fficiently safety though, make sure the safety cable provided with the projecto r is installed and attach ed to the bottom of the projector w hen mounting in the ceiling for safety and security.
Technical Information E NGLISH - 39 Appendix Microsoft and Mic rosoft logos, Wind ows, Window s ® XP , and Wi ndows V ista ® are the regist ered trade marks or trademarks of Microsof t Corporation in the Unite d S tates and/or other countries.
E NGLISH - 40 Appendix Index A Accessories ............... .............. ........... ............ .............. .. 11 Air exhaust port ............... ........... .............. ........... ........... 12 Air intake port ............ ........... ...
Appendix Index E NGLISH - 41 R Remote contro l .......... .............. ............ .............. ........... .. 14 Accessories ...... ........... .............. ........... .............. ........ 11 Signal receptor .................. ........... .
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