User manual EPSON EMP-S1H

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[. . . ] (Preview Function) Press . Active window Computer (Analog-RGB) 1. Press . If you use any buttons to switch the input source, the preview window will close and the selected images will be projected. 2. To view details of the image, switch to the active window. Easy MP Tilt to select an image and then press . Computer Computer S-Video Video 3. Press . Move the cursor to the desired image. EasyMP is only If no signal is input, the window will appear displayed when using the EMP-S1H. [. . . ] You can then answer the questions to obtain the optimum settings. Computer documentation 5 Adjusting projected images (If setting up the projector for the first time or after moving it) Adjusting the projection angle Foot adjust lever While pulling the foot adjust lever, lift up the front of the projector so that the front adjustable foot can extend. The Auto "V-Keystone" function will operate when the projector is tilted. To retract the front adjustable foot, gently push down on the projector while pulling the foot adjust lever. User's Guide "Adjusting the Position and Size of the Projection Area" If tilted horizontally, adjust using the left and right rear adjustable feet. Rear adjustable foot Extend Retract If the height of the images is reduced after vertical keystone correction, run Quick Setup as described on the next page, or adjust the height manually using the following procedure. For adjustment using the configuration menus: "Setting" - "Keystone" -"H/V-Keystone" "Horz. /Vert. /Height" - "Height" User's Guide "Manually Correcting Projection Area Distortion" 6 Attractive images easily, at a single touch The following adjustments are carried out automatically at a single touch. Focus adjustment (Automatic Focus) Keystone correction (Auto Quick Corner) This automatically corrects distortion of the projection area that occurs when the projector is tilted, so that images are projected at an aspect ratio of 4:3. If using a screen (4:3) for projection, this function can be used so that the projection area exactly fits the size of the screen. 1. "The Quick Setup is in preparation. " will be displayed. Simple! Focusing and keystone correction will be complete after is pressed. While the adjustment is in progress, the screens left will be displayed to measure conditions of the projection surface. (While automatic focus is running) (While Auto Quick Corner is running) If projecting onto a screen, whiteboard or blackboard, adjust the projection area so that it fits within the edges of the screen or board. Be sure to adjust so that the top edge of the screen is inside the projection area. If projecting onto a wall or other Borders surface, adjust the projection area to the desired position and size. Projection area 7 The followings show how the projection area is adjusted by the Auto Quick Corner. Before *1 After *2 When 3 or more sides When top and bottom sides, or When the screen is When no borders are detected 2 adjacent sides are detected wider than the image are detected The Auto Quick Corner works properly by doing the following beforehand. *1 When the "Projection" menu is set to "Front", adjust the projection area so that the top edge of the screen frame is inside the area. p. 16 Lamp open error Lamp timer failure Lamp out Lamp cover is open If the lamp is not broken Replace the lamp and then turn the power on. If the lamp still does not turn on, replace it with a new lamp. If the problem is still not solved after the lamp is replaced, stop using the projector and disconnect the power cable from the electrical outlet. Then contact your dealer or the nearest address provided in the "International Warranty Conditions" section of the Safety Instructions/World-Wide Warranty Terms booklet. If the lamp is broken Contact your local dealer for further advice. 14 Red Red Internal temperature error (overheating) The lamp will switch off automatically and projection will stop. If you continue using the projector and the temperature rises again, the lamp will switch off automatically. Check the points to the right. Red Orange High-speed cooling in progress If the projector is close to a wall, move it away from the wall. Clean the air filters if they are blocked. If the problem is not fixed, stop using the projector and disconnect the power plug from the electrical outlet. Then contact your dealer or the nearest address provided in the "International Warranty Conditions" section of the Safety Instructions/World-Wide Warranty Terms booklet. If the Lamp indicator is flashing orange Lamp replacement notification Warning lit flashing off Orange The lamp is near the end of its operating life. If you continue to use the old lamp, the possibility that the lamp may break will increase. p. 16 Power Indicator is lit or flashing green or orange Orange Normal lit flashing off Standby condition Green Press , and projection will soon start. Warm-up in progress Green The warm-up time is approximately 30 seconds. Do not unplug the power cable or turn off the breaker (direct power off) while warm-up is in progress. For the same reason, will not work while warm-up is in progress. Projection in progress Normal operation is in progress. 15 Replacing the Lamp How to replace the lamp Disconnect the power cable. Remove the lamp cover at the side of the projector. 2 User's Guide "Replacing the Lamp" Use the screwdriver that is supplied with the spare lamp or your own cross head screwdriver. Remove the cover when the projector has sufficiently cooled down. [. . . ] If the lamp cover is removed, the lamp turns off automatically as a safety precaution. Moreover, the lamp will not turn on if the lamp or the lamp cover is not installed correctly. · This product includes a lamp component that contains mercury (Hg). Please consult your state and local regurations regarding disposal or recycling. [. . . ]

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