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EPSON EB-575W INSTALLATION GUIDE: Download the complete user guide (8366 Ko)

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[. . . ] Installation Guide Guide d’installation Guía de instalación Español Français English Using the Product Safely Safety Instructions For your safety, read all the instructions in this guide before using this product. Incorrect handling that ignores instructions in this guide could damage this product or could result in personal injury or property damage. Read the User's Guide and Safety Instructions for your projector and follow the instructions in these documents. Safety indications The documentation and this product use graphical symbols to show how to use this product safely. [. . . ] ) • Match the height ( ) checked in step 1 to the line on the template sheet. [Unit: mm] c Determine the positions for the mounting holes for the wall plate Secure the wall plate in at least three points. € If securing the wall plate in four places, make the holes indicated by A or B in the figure. € If securing the wall plate in three places, make the holes indicated by C in the figure. Four mounting holes Three mounting holes 30 Installation Guide d Drill the holes in the wall Drill diameter: 10. 5 mm Pilot hole depth: 45 mm Anchor hole depth: 40 mm e Remove the template sheet, and clean the concrete dust from the holes with a dust pump f Position the wall plate on the wall and insert M10 x 60 mm commercially available anchors into the holes Attach the nut and tap it with a hammer until the core touches the top of the an‐ chor. G Tighten the nut with a commercially available spanner to secure the wall plate to the wall Determine the projection distance, and then pass the cables through the setting plate a Check the following values in the projection distance table • Numbers on the arm slide scale (b) • Distance from surface of screen to wall (x) s "Projection Distance Table" p. 11 31 Installation Guide b Loosen the M4 bolts (x2) and extend the arm slide on the setting plate Align the slider with the combined distances of (b) and (x) that you checked in step 1. C Route the necessary cables through the setting plate See the following figure to route the cables so that the ends of the cables that connect to the projector are on the projector's interface side. 32 Installation Guide Attaching the setting plate to the wall plate a Insert the hexagonal axis into the setting plate b Mount the setting plate to the wall plate Insert the top of the hexagonal axis into the wall plate, and then insert the M8 bolt into the slot at the bottom. Caution Take care not to trap the cables between the setting plate and wall plate. 33 Installation Guide c Secure the setting plate and the wall plate Secure the supplied M6 screws (x3) with a commercially available No. 3 cross-head screwdriver, and then lightly tighten the supplied M6 bolt (x1) with the spanner. D Adjust the vertical slide with the open-ended spanner, and align it with the standard ) position ( • Tightening the hexagonal axis at the top ( • Tightening the M8 bolt at the bottom ( ) raises the setting plate, and loosening the axis lowers it. 34 Installation Guide e Tighten the M6 bolt (x1) to fix the setting plate in position Securing the projector to the setting plate a Loosen the screws (x2) and remove the cable cover from the projector b Insert the slide plate into the setting plate from the interface side of the projector 35 Installation Guide c Align the 3-axis adjustment unit with the slide plate's standard position ( ( ) indicates the screw holes for the bolts. ) d Tighten the supplied M4 bolts (x2) e Connect the cables to the projector 36 Installation Guide c • Connect the power cord last. € When connecting to the Audio1, Audio2, and Computer1 ports, we recommend connecting cables to the ports in the following order: Audio1, Audio2, and then Computer1. Adjusting the Projected Image Follow the procedures below to adjust the projected image. 44) Adjusting the Projection Position • Do not make adjustments using the projector's Keystone function. € When setting up multiple projectors using the batch setup function, perform this procedure before adjusting the projected image. 50 a Press the [t] button on the remote control or the control panel to turn on the projector Using the Remote Control Using the Control Panel Caution While projecting, do not put your face or hands near the air exhaust vent, and do not place objects that may become warped or damaged by heat near the vent. Hot air from the air exhaust vent could cause burns, warping, or accidents to occur. [. . . ] If you change the PJCONFDATA section of the file name, the projector may not be able to recognize the file correctly. Perform "Remove USB device" on your computer, and then disconnect the USB cable When using OS X, perform "Remove EPSON_PJ". Reflecting saved settings to other projectors a b Disconnect the power cord from the projector, and check that all of the projector's indicators have turned off Connect the computer's USB port to the projector's USB-B port with a USB cable 53 Appendix c While holding down the [Menu] button on the remote control or the control panel, connect the power cord to the projector When all of the projector's indicators turn on, release the [Menu] button. Bin) that you saved to your computer to the toplevel folder of the removable disk c Do not copy any files or folders other than the batch setup file to the removable disk. [. . . ]


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