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ES522 & EX532

DATA PROJECTOR
ES522 (DP-2400) & EX532 (DP-3400)
SERVICE MANUAL

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CONTENTS
1.COMPLIANCE OF SAFE REPAIR.........................................................................................4
1-1.Caution During Disassembling And Assembling.............................................................4
1-2.Lamp.............................................................................................................................. 4
1-3.Lens................................................................................................................................4
1-4.Eye Safety Warnings......................................................................................................5
2.SPECIFICATIONS.................................................................................................................6
2-1.Summary Specifications................................................................................................. 6
2-2.DMD Specifications........................................................................................................ 7
2-3.Color Wheel................................................................................................................... 7
2-4.Lamp.............................................................................................................................. 7
2-5.Input/output connectors.7
2-6.Main Unit View....8
2-7.I/O Ports Illustration........................................................................................................9
2-8.Remote Control Parts...................................................................................................10
2-9.Key Pad-Top view and LEDs..... 12
2-10.Optical Adjustment & Image Size (ES 520).......13
2-11. Optical Adjustment & Image Size (EX 532)..14
2-12.BLOCK DIAGRAM..................................................................................................... 16
2-13. Wire diagram..17
3.TROUBLE SHOOTING....................................................................................................... 18
4.DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY (ES 520)....................................................................... 26
.DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY (EX 532)....................................................................... 43
5.Flash Upgrade Flow............................................................................................................ 61
5-1.Projector USB Drivers Installation Guide..61
Appendix-A How to clear the USB enumeration registry?............................................70
Appendix-B Projector USB status on Windows Device Manager72
5-2.DLP Projector Flash-Tool (firmware) User Guide....73
5-3.Start with Flash-Tool....74
5-4.Starting and Shutting down the Projector.....79
5-5.Setting an Access Password (Security Lock)...80
5-6.SETUP / Advanced......83
5-7.Security Timer...84
5-8.Options Menu85
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5-9.OPTIONS / Advanced..86
6. Calibration....87
7. Color Border Adjustment...93
8. Projection Lamp..94
9. Cleaning...97
10.SERVICE NOTE............................................................................................................... 98
10-1.Service Note Description........................................................................................... 98
10-2.Power & READY LED Blink Code Message...............................................................99
10-3.Factory Preset Display Modes..................................................................................100
11. RS-232 Command..102
12. EDID.....106
13. Spare Part List ...............................................................................................................122

Update History
No.
1

Description

Date

Primarily

05/20/2009

Update the photos on the cover of service manual (p1)


Lamp spec update to E20.8 (P6,7)
2

Add EX532 VGA2 port from VGA2/SCART/YPbPr (p7)

06/30/2009

Add VGA Out (p7)


Change Keypad diagram (p12)
FW upgrade program suitable is for DDP2000/2230/2430/2431 (p61,73)

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1. COMPLIANCE OF SAFE REPAIR


Be sure to read this Service Manual before providing services. In the projector, full
consideration is taken to ensure safety for fire, electric shock, injury, harmful radiation, and
substance. Therefore, observe the notice described in this Service Manual so that safety is
kept when providing services. Moreover, be sure to observe the notice described in the
Instruction Manual.
Pay attention to the following items during service inspection.
1-1 Cautions during disassembling and assembling
1. This equipment contains parts under high voltage. When making repairs, etc.
Be sure to pull out the power plug beforehand to insure safety.
2. Parts may be very hot immediately after use.
Make sure the equipment has cooled off sufficiently before carrying out repairs.
3. Make sure that parts and screws and wiring, etc. are returned to their original positions.
Tube, tape and other insulation materials have been used for safety reasons.
The internal wiring has been designed to avoid direct contact with hot parts or parts under
high voltage when using clamps or other tools.
4. The parts used in this device have special safety features such as flame-resistance and
anti-voltage properties. When replacing parts, always use parts supplied from the factory.
5. After finishing operations make sure that all parts and wires have been returned to their
original position and that there has been no deterioration of the area around the location that
was worked on.
6. Be sure to use a grounding strap (wrist band) during repair and inspection.
1-2 Lamp
During current conduction, the lamp is in the high-temperature state. In this case, pay
careful attention because a high voltage is used. When replacing a lamp, replace it after
confirming that the lamp has gotten cold sufficiently.
1-3 Lens
Do not look into a lens during projection. This damages your eyes.
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1-4 Eye Safety Warnings

1.Avoid staring directly into the projectors beam of light at all times.
2.Minimize standing facing into the beam. Keep your back to the beam as much as
possible.
3.Using a stick or laser pointer is recommended to avoid the need for the presenter
to enter the beam.
4.Ensure that projectors are located out of the line of sight from the screen to the
audience; this ensures that, when presenters look at the audience, they do not also
have to stare at the projector lamp.
5.The best way to achieve this is by ceiling-mounting the projector rather than placing it
on floor or table top.
6.When projector is used in a classroom, adequately supervise students when they are
asked to point out something on the screen.
7.In order to minimize the lamp power needed, use room blinds to reduce ambient light
levels.

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2. SPECIFICATIONS
2-1. Summary Specifications
Model
Display type
Resolution

ES522 (DP-2400)

EX532 (DP-3400)

TI DMD Type A,LVDS,12 0.55inches

TI DMD Type A,LVDS,12 0.55inches

SVGA 800X600 Native (4:3)

XGA 1024x768 Native (4:3)


Brilliant Color

Color
Projection distance
Projection screen size
Projection lens
Throw ratio
Vertical keystone

1.25 meters ~ 8.15 meters

1.35 meters ~ 11.75 meters

30 to 200

30 to 300

Manual focus

Manual focus / Manual zoom

1.93 ~ 2.16
+/- 15 degrees (depend on input signal)

correction
Projection methods

Front / Rear-Desktop & Front / Rear-Ceiling


IBM PC or compatibles

Data compatibility

(VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA, UXGA), Mac

SDTV/EDTV/ HDTV

480i/576i, 480p/576p, 720p, 1080i

Video compatibility

NTSC/NTSC 4.43, PAL/PAL-M/PAL-N,SECAM

H-Sync

15, 30 91.4 KHz

V-Sync

43 - 87 Hz

Safety certification

FCC (class B), UL/CUL, ICES-003(Class B), CE, TUV-GS, CB report, CCC, EK, PSB

Operation temperature

5 ~ 35C

Dimensions / Weight

280 mm (W) x 80 mm (H) x 205 mm (D) / 5.6lb (2.5kg)

AC Input
Power consumption
Stand By
Lamp
Audio speaker
PC

AC Universal 110 ~ 240 @50~60Hz , Typical @110 VAC (100~240)/10%


Typical 230W (standard mode); Typical 200W (ECO mode)
< 1 watts @ 110Vac / 60Hz
E20.8 / 180W
1W / 8 ohm mono speaker
VGA in (Compatible with HDTV component YPbPr / SCART)
Composite video (RCA X 1)

Video
S-Video (DIN)
Audio
Security

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Input: R / L (RCA X 2) , Out: Mini-Jack X 1


Kensington lock

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2-2.DMD Specifications
Unit

Min.

Max.

DMD type (ES522)

Typical

Notes

TI 0.55" SVGA 12 deg LVDS Type A

Number of Columns (ES522)

Pixel

800

Number of Rows (ES522)

Pixel

600

DMD type (EX532)

TI 0.55" XGA 12 deg LVDS Type A

Number of Columns (EX532)

Pixel

1024

Number of Rows (EX532)

Pixel

768

Panel Operating Temp.

Ambient Temp

10

65
25

2-3.Color Wheel
Spec.

Unit

Min.

Max.

Color Segment

Typical

Notes

RYGWB

82/29/80/91/78 (44mm)

2-4. Lamp
Description
Vendor

OSRAM

Type

E20.8 180W

Lamp Life

Standard Mode , 3000 Hours Standard @ 180W, 50% Survival Rate


ECO Mode , 4000 Hours Typical @ 160W, 50% Survival Rate

Lamp Power

Normal: 180W3%@Vo from 50V to 120V


ECO: 160W3%@Vo from 50V to 120V

2-5. Input/output connectors


VGA1 in (Compatible with component YPbPr / SCART)
PC

VGA2 in (Compatible with component YPbPr / SCART) EX532 only

VGA Out
USB (Service Only)

Video

Composite video (RCAx1)


S-Video (Mini-DIN)

RS232

DB9

Audio

Input: R / L (RCA X 2) , Out: Mini-Jack X 1

Security

Kensington slot

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2-6. Main Unit View

1.

Control Panel

8.

Front IR Receiver

2.

Zoom (EX532 only) 9.

Rear IR Receiver

3.

Focus

10.

Kensington Lock

4.

Lens

11.

Tilt-Adjustment Foot

5.

Lens CAP

12.

Input/Output Connections

6.

Elevator foot

13.

Power Socket

7.

Elevator button

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2-7. I/O Ports Illustration about Projector

1 Composite Video Input


2. Audio Input L/R RCA Connectors
3.

VGA 2/ SCART/ YPbPr Connector (EX532 only)

4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

VGA 1/ SCART/ YPbPr Connector


VGA Out (EX532 only)
Rear IR receiver
KensingtonTM - Lock Port
Audio Out 3.5mm Jack
RS-232 Connector

10.
11.
12.

Mini USB Connector (for remote mouse function)


Power Socket
S-Video Connector

Note:

If your video equipment has both S-VIDEO and RCA jacks (composite video) connect to the
S-VIDEO connector. S-VIDEO provides a better quality signal

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2-8. Remote Control Parts

Important:

1. Avoid using the projector with bright fluorescent lighting turned on. Certain high-frequency
fluorescent lights can disrupt remote control operation.
2. Be sure nothing obstructs the path between the remote control and the projector. If the path
between the remote control and the projector is obstructed, you can bounce the signal off
certain reflective surfaces such as projector screens.
3. The buttons and keys on the projector have the same functions as the corresponding
buttons on the remote control. This users manual describes the functions based on the remote
control.
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1.

Indicator LED

2.

Power On/Off

3.

Laser Pointer

4.

Page Up

5.

Mouse Right Click

6.

Four Directional
Select Keys

7.

Re-Sync

8.

Page Down

9.

Volume +/-

10.

Menu

11.

Zoom

12.

AV mute

13.

Video Source

14.

VGA Source

15.

Freeze

16.

S-Video Source

17.

Contrast

18.

Brightness

19.

Number Buttons

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(for password input)


20.

Keystone +/-

21.

Source

22.

Enter/Help

23.

Mouse Left Click

24.

PC/Mouse control

Remote Control Operating Range


The remote control uses infrared transmission to control the projector. It is not necessary to
point the remote directly at the projector. Provided you are not holding the remote
perpendicular to the sides or the rear of the projector, the remote will function well within a
radius of about 10 meters (33 feet) and 30 degrees above or below the projector level.
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2-9. Key Pad -- Top view and LEDs

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2-10. Optical Adjustment & Image Size (ES522)

Adjusting the Focus


The Fixed Zoom Series lens is fixed and does not provide a zoom function.
To focus the image, rotate the focus ring until the image is clear.
The projector will focus at distances from 4.9 to 40 feet (1.5 to 12.2 meters).

Adjusting Projection Image Size

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2-11. Optical Adjustment & Image Size (EX532)

Adjusting the Zoom / Focus


You may turn the zoom ring to zoom in or out.
To focus the image, rotate the focus ring until the image is clear.
The projector will focus at distances from 3.28 to 38.7 feet (1.0 to 11.8 meters).

Adjusting Projection Image Size

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Max.

Screen
(Diagonal)
Min.

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25.5
(64.8cm)

22.8
(57.9cm)

86.7
(220.2cm)

77.5
(196.8cm)

140.2

196.3

(356.2cm)

(498.7cm)

255
(647.6cm)

300.8
(764.2cm)

125.3

175.4

227.8

268.8

(318.3cm)

(445.6cm)

(578.7cm)

(682.9cm)

Max

20.4 x 15.3

(WxH).

51.8 x 38.9cm

Min.

18.2 x 13.7

(WxH)

46.3 x 34.7cm

157.4 x 118.1cm

Max.

2.1 (5.4cm)

7.2 (18.5cm)

11.8
(29.9cm)

16.5 (41.9cm)

21.4
(54.4cm)

25.2 (64.2cm)

Min.

1.9 (4.9cm)

6.5 (16.5cm)

10.5
(26.7cm)

14.7 (37.4cm)

19.1
(48.6cm)

22.6 (57.4cm)

69.4 x 52.0
176.2 x 132.1cm

112.1 x 84.1

157.1 x 117.8

204 x 153

240.7 x 180.5

285 x 213.7cm

399 x 299.2cm

518.1 x 388.6cm 611.4 x 458.5cm

100.2 x 75.2

140.3 x 105.3

182.3 x 136.7

215.1 x 161.3

254.6 x 191cm

356.5 x 267.4cm

463 x 347cm

546.3 x 409.7cm

Screen
Size

62 x 45.5

Hd

Distance

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3.28 (1.0m)

11.2 (3.4m)

18.0 (5.5m)

25.3 (7.7m)

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38.7 (1.0m)

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2-12. Block Diagram

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2-13. Wire diagram


ES522
BLOWER FAN

SPEAKER

DMD BOARD

COLOR WHEEL
TH--BREAK
POWER FAN
LOCK SWICH
IR BOARD

INDEX BOARD

P708
P900

P704

P8002

LAMP FAN

P8003
P8001

P7O7
P803

P801

P802

P800

AC IN
VGA IN
P804

KEY BOARD

IO BOARD

BALLAST

POWER WOARD

EX532
BLOWER FAN
DMD BOARD

SPEAKER

COLOR WHEEL
TH--BREAK

POWER FAN

INDEX BOARD

LOCK SWICH
IR BOARD

P900

P704

P708

P8002

LAMP FAN

P803

P707

P8001
P803

P801

P802

P800
AC IN

P804
VGA1 IN
VGA2 IN
KEY BOARD

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VGA OUT
IO BOARD

BALLAST

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3. TROUBLE SHOOTING
By checking operations during normal usage time, it is possible to carry out judgments on malfunction
to a certain extent. Carry out the following checks before disassembling the equipment.

Connect the power cord

Yes

< Stand-by >


Power: Flashing Green
Light
Temp :
OFF
Lamp :
OFF

No

< Power supply error >


Power: OFF
Temp: OFF
Lamp: OFF

Yes

Power Supply Unit malfunction


Check the connection of Power Supply (Power BD CN201 to MB P301)
Check keypad connection
Check voltage (12v, 5v, 3.3v, 1.8v,etc) on Main Board.

No

< System error >


Power: Flashing Green
Light 4
Temp: OFF
Lamp: Flashing Red
Light 4

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Yes

Thermal break sensor is open.


Connector (P803) on Main Board disconnected.

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No

< System error >


Power: Flashing Green
Light 7
Temp: OFF
Lamp: OFF

< DMD error >


Power: Flashing Green
Light 8
Temp: OFF
Lamp: OFF

Yes

Lamp Cover Assy is not attached


Connector (P802) on Main Board disconnected.

Yes

DMD chip error.


Check DMD Board PWB Assy .

No
Waiting
Power On

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Turn the
power ON

< Powering up >


Power: Flashing Green
Temp: OFF
Lamp: OFF

< Normal operation >


Power: Flashing Green
Temp: OFF
Lamp: OFF

No

Yes

< Lamp error >


Power: OFF
Temp: OFF
Lamp: Static Red

Ignition sound doesnt exist.


Power Board Assy malfunction (CN102 doesnt output 370 V)
Ballast Connector (CJ4) or LVPS unit (CJ1) disconnected
Main Board (P707) disconnected
Main Board or Ballast Assy malfunction
Ignition sound exists.
Lamp failure (Lamp is broken, damaged, or burst)
System Change a new Lamp

No

< Color Wheel error >


Power: Flashing Green
Light 9
Temp: OFF
Lamp: OFF

Yes

Flexible cable of Color Wheel Assy is disconnected (P708) or broken.


Index Board (CN7) / Main Board (P704) is disconnected
Index Board malfunction
Color Wheel Assy malfunction (doesnt rotate).
Main Board Assy malfunction (Color Wheel Assy doesnt rotate).

No
Image
Display

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Image
Display

No

Yes
No

Projector logo
screen display

CW Sensor Board Assy malfunction


Main Board Assy malfunction
DMD Set malfunction

Yes
Confirmation with none-signal state

No
Still dark after the
lamp is on for more
than 1min

Yes

Lamp deterioration (malfunction/usage time)


Power Supply Unit malfunction
(No change occurs even after lamp replacement.)
DMD Set malfunction
(No change occurs even after lamp replacement.)

Yes
No signal Message display

No
Press Menu key

No
No

Remote controller set malfunction, Low battery, and outside


operation rang
Main Board Assy malfunction
Connector (P801)(CN8 of IR PWB) disconnected
IR PWB Assy malfunction

Yes
Input each signal

No

Yes
Image display
normally

No

Check the pattern generator setting is wrong


Main Board Assy malfunction
DMD Set malfunction
Setting on PC side(external output setting, resolution, etc.)
Cable malfunction (disconnection and pins broken)

No

Yes
Speaker work
normally

No

Connector (P900) disconnected


Speaker Assy malfunction
Main Board Assy malfunction

Yes
Check the
projection
Screen

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Check the
projection
Screen

Check using all black/white screens with


PC connection

Yes

Are abnormalities
noticeable on
projection screen?

Does the lamp


go off during
operation?

Yes

No

Black lines on screen (horizontal and vertical)


DMD Set malfunction
Missing pixels (Missing white: 1 or more, missing black: 5 or more, or
sequence missing pixels)
DMD Set malfunction
Shadows on screen
Dirt on DMD/projection lens surface
Bluish shadows on corners of screen (during white screen display)
Shifted optical axis of Lens Base Unit

System OK
Normal operation

Yes
Connector P8001 of Fan disconnected
Lamp fan (Fan2) malfunction
Flashing Red Light 1
< Fan error >
Power: Flashing Green
Light 6
Temp: OFF

Connector P8003 of Fan disconnected


Power fan (Fan2) malfunction

Yes
Flashing Red Light 2

Connector P8002 of Fan disconnected


Blower fan (Fan3) malfunction
Flashing Red Light 3

No

<Over temperture >


Power: OFF
Temp: ON
Lamp: OFF

Yes

Temperature protector operated due to the increase in


temperature based on operating environment
Temperature protector operated due to blocked suction and
exhaust holes or dirty fan

No
Lamp malfunction
Power Supply Unit malfunction

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Common problems and solutions


These guidelines provide tips to deal with problems you may encounter while using the
projector. If the problem remains unsolved, contact your dealer for assistance.
Often after time spent troubleshooting, the problem is traced to something as simple as a loose connection.
Check the following before proceeding to the problem-specific solutions.

Use some other electrical device to confirm that the electrical outlet is working.

Ensure the projector is turned on.

Ensure all connections are securely attached.

Ensure the attached device is turned on.

Ensure a connected PC is not in suspending mode.

Ensure a connected notebook computer is configured for an external display. (This is usually done by pressing an
Fn-key combination on the notebook.)

Image Problems
Problem: No image appears on the screen
1. Verify the settings on your notebook or desktop PC.
2. Turn off all equipment and power up again in the correct order.

Problem: The image is blurred


1. Adjust the Focus on the projector.
2. Press the Re-sync button on the remote control or projector.
3. Ensure the projector-to-screen distance is within the 10-meter (33-feet) specified range.
4. Check that the projector lens is clean.

Problem: The image is wider at the top or bottom (trapezoid effect)


1. Position the projector so it is as perpendicular to the screen as possible.
2. Use the Keystone button on the remote control or projector to correct the problem.

Problem: The image is reversed


Check the Projection setting on the Setup menu of the OSD.

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Problem: The image is streaked


1. Set the Frequency and Phase settings on the Computer menu of the OSD to the default
settings.
2. To ensure the problem is not caused by a connected PCs video card, connect to another
computer.

Problem: The image is flat with no contrast


Adjust the Contrast setting on the Image menu of the OSD.

Problem: The color of the projected image does not match the source image.
Adjust the Color Temperature and Gamma settings on the Image menu of the OSD.

Lamp Problems
Problem: There is no light from the projector
1. Check that the power cable is securely connected.
2. Ensure the power source is good by testing with another electrical device.
3. Restart the projector in the correct order and check that the Power LED is still green.
4. If you have replaced the lamp recently, try resetting the lamp connections.
5. Replace the lamp module.
6. Put the old lamp back in the projector and have the projector serviced.

Problem: The lamp goes off


1. Power surges can cause the lamp to turn off. Re-plug power cord. When the Ready LED is
on, press the power button.
2. Replace the lamp module.
3. Put the old lamp back in the projector and have the projector serviced.

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Remote Control Problems


Problem: The projector does not respond to the remote control
1. Direct the remote control towards remote sensor on the projector.
2. Ensure the path between remote and sensor is not obstructed.
3. Turn off any fluorescent lights in the room.
4. Check the battery polarity.
5. Replace the batteries.
6. Turn off other Infrared-enabled devices in the vicinity.
7. Have the remote control serviced.

Audio Problems
Problem: There is no sound
1. Adjust the volume on the remote control.
2. Adjust the volume of the audio source.
3. Check the audio cable connection.
4. Test the source audio output with other speakers.
5. Have the projector serviced.

Problem: The sound is distorted


1. Check the audio cable connection.
2. Test the source audio output with other speakers.

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4.DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY


a. ES522 (DP-2400)

Removing the Lamp Cover and Lamp Module

D
I
S

Look the full set projector.

Look at the IO side.

Look at the case of top side.

Look at the keypad of top side.

Loose these two screws.

Remove and take out the lamp cover.

A
S
S
E
M
B
L
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Removing the Lamp Cover and Lamp Module

D
I
S

Remove the lamp cover.

Loose two screws and take out (S01).

Remove the lamp modules.

Look the bottom case.

Look the Lamp #1.

Look the Lamp #2.

A
S
S
E
M
B
L
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Removing the Lamp Module and Top Cover

D
I
S

Look the Lamp #3.

Look the Lamp #4.

Remove the five screws.

Look these five screws (S02).

Remove the two screws.

Remove the two screws.

A
S
S
E
M
B
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Removing the Top Cover and Keypad Board

D
I
S

Look these four screws (S03).

Remove the FFC cable.

A
S
S
E
M

Take off the top case.

Keypad board / FCC cable /


Screw review.

B
L
Y

Review the four screw (S04).


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Remove the 7+3 piece screws.

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Removing the Main Board Plant & Main Board

D
I
S

Review the 7(S05)+3(S06) piece screws.

Remove the Main Board Plant.

(Two kinds -- S05 and S06).

A
S
S
E
M

Remove the two hexagonal screws.

Review two hexagonal screws (S07).

P707
Ballast

L
P804 to I/O
Board

Y
P800
KeyPad

Remove the Main Board.

Careful area of these connectors and


check these right positions connection
when you recover main board again.

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P900 SPK-Mono

P704 INDEX

P708 C/W

P8003
P8002
Blower Fan Power Fan

P803
TH-Break

P801 IR

P8001
Lamp Fan

P802
Lock-SW

D
P707 Ballast

I
Careful area of these connectors and

Careful area of these connectors and

S check these right positions connection check these right positions connection
when you recover main board again.

when you recover main board again.

A
S
S
E
M
B
L
Y

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D
I
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A
S
S
E
M
Main Board Review #Bottom side

B
L
Y

P301 to
Power Supply

Connector CN900 to Key Pad board

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Removing the Optical Engine

D
I
Careful assembly when you assemble it.

Careful assembly when you assemble it.

Remove the three screws.

Remove the screw and take off the optical

S
A
SS
E
M
B

engine.

L
Y

Review the screws (two kinds S08 & S09).

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Review the optical engine.

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Removing the Optical engine and Fan

D
I

Review the optical engine (other side). Review the bottom case w/o optical engine.

S
A
SS
E
M

Remove the zoom ring screw (S10).

Review the zoom ring and the screw.

B
L
Y

Right up removing the Fan.


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Review the Fans Direction.

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Removing the Power Supply

D
I
S

Careful the HV wire position when you

Remove the screw and power chassis.

assemble it.

A
S
S
E
M

Review the chassis and screw (S11).

Remove the screw.

Remove the screw.

Review these two screws (S12).

B
L
Y

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Removing the Power Supply

D
I
S

Remove the wire connector.

Remove the wire connector.

Remove the four screws.

Review these four screws (S13).

A
S
S
E
M
B
L
Y

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Removing the Ballast Board

D
I
S

Review the bottom case w/o Power

Remove the HV wire.

board.

A
S
S
E
M

Remove the screw 1 of 2.

Remove the screw 2 of 2.

B
L
Y

Review the two screws (S14).


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Removing the Ballast & Fan & IR sensor board

D
I
S

Review the top side of Ballast.

Remove the four screws.

Review the four screws (S15).

Review the bottom side w/o Ballast.

Remove the four screw.

Review the three screws (S16).

A
S
S
E
M
B
L
Y

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Removing the Lamp module chassis fan and accessory

D
I
S

Review the lens fan.

Review the screw (S17).

Remove the IR receiver board.

Remove the screw (S18).

Remove the screw 1 of 2 (S19).

Remove the other screw 2 of 2 (S19).

A
S
S
E
M
B
L
Y

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Removing the Lamp module chassis

D
I
S

Review the three screws (two kinds).

Remove the Lamp module chassis.

Remove the thermal break

Review the bottom side w/o Lamp chassis.

A
S
S
E
M
B
L
Y

Remove this Fan


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Review the bottom side w/o Fan.

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Removing the Accessory and I/O Board

D
I
S
A
S
S

Remove the HV wire.

Two grounding wire screw (S20)(S21).

E
M
B
L
Y

Rmove I/O board four screws (S22)

Remove the two hexagonal screws.


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Review the four screws

Review the two hexagonal screws(S23).

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Removing the I/O Board and Accessory

D
I
S

Review the I/O board (Top side).

Review the I/O board (Bottom side).

Remove the screw of grounding wire(S24).

Remove two screws of the Adj foot (S25).

Remove one screw of the Speaker (S26).

Review the Bottom case assembly.

A
S
S
E
M
B
L
Y

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Removing the Lamp Cover and Lamp Module

D
I
S

Look the full set projector.

Look at the IO side.

Look at the case of top side.

Look at the keypad of top side.

Loose these two screws.

Remove and take out the lamp cover.

A
S
S
E
M
B
L
Y

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Removing the Lamp Cover and Lamp Module

D
I
S

Remove the lamp cover.

Loose two screws and take out (S01).

Remove the lamp modules.

Look the bottom case.

Look the Lamp #1.

Look the Lamp #2.

A
S
S
E
M
B
L
Y

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Removing the Lamp Module and Top Cover

D
I
S

Look the Lamp #3.

Look the Lamp #4.

Remove the five screws.

Look these five screws (S02).

Remove the two screws.

Remove the two screws.

A
S
S
E
M
B
L
Y

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Removing the Top Cover and Keypad Board

D
I
S

Look these four screws (S03).

Remove the FFC cable.

A
S
S
E
M

Take off the top case.

Keypad board / FCC cable /


Screw review.

B
L
Y

Review the four screw (S04).


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Remove the 7+3 piece screws.

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Removing the Main Board Plant & Main Board

D
I
S

Review the 7(S05)+3(S06) piece screws.

Remove the Main Board Plant.

(Two kinds -- S05 and S06).

A
S
S
E
M

Remove the two hexagonal screws.

Review two hexagonal screws (S07).

P707
Ballast

L
P804 to I/O
Board

Y
P800
KeyPad

Remove the Main Board.

Careful area of these connectors and


check these right positions connection
when you recover main board again.

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Main Board Review


P704 INDEX

P708 C/W

P8003
P8002
Blower Fan Power Fan

P803
TH-Break

P801 IR

P8001
Lamp Fan

P802
Lock-SW

D
P707 Ballast

I
S
A

Careful area of these connectors and

Careful area of these connectors and

check these right positions connection check these right positions connection
when you recover main board again.

when you recover main board again.

S
S
E
M
B
L
Y

Main Board Review #Top side

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Main Board Review

D
I
S
A
S
S
E
M
Main Board Review #Bottom side

B
L
Y

P301 to
Power Supply

Connector CN900 to Key Pad board

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Removing the Optical Engine

D
I

Careful assembly when you assemble it.

Careful assembly when you assemble it.

Remove the three screws.

Remove the screw and take off the optical

S
A
SS
E
M
B

engine.

L
Y

Review the screws (two kinds S08 & S09).


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Review the optical engine.


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Removing the Optical engine and Fan

D
I

Review the optical engine (other side). Review the bottom case w/o optical engine.

S
A
SS
E
M

Remove the zoom ring screw (S10).

Review the zoom ring and the screw.

B
L
Y

Right up removing the Fan.


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Review the Fans Direction.

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Removing the Power Supply

D
I
S

Careful the HV wire position when you

Remove the screw and power chassis.

assemble it.

A
S
S
E
M

Review the chassis and screw (S11).

Remove the screw.

Remove the screw.

Review these two screws (S12).

B
L
Y

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Removing the Power Supply

D
I
S

Remove the wire connector.

Remove the wire connector.

Remove the four screws.

Review these four screws (S13).

A
S
S
E
M
B
L
Y

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Removing the Ballast Board

D
I
S

Review the bottom case w/o Power

Remove the HV wire.

board.

A
S
S
E
M

Remove the screw 1 of 2.

Remove the screw 2 of 2.

B
L
Y

Review the two screws (S14).


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Removing the Ballast & Fan & IR sensor board

D
I
S

Review the top side of Ballast.

Remove the four screws.

Review the four screws (S15).

Review the bottom side w/o Ballast.

Remove the four screw.

Review the three screws (S16).

A
S
S
E
M
B
L
Y

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Removing the Lamp module chassis fan and accessory

D
I
S

Review the lens fan.

Review the screw (S17).

Remove the IR receiver board.

Remove the screw (S18).

Remove the screw 1 of 2 (S19).

Remove the other screw 2 of 2 (S19).

A
S
S
E
M
B
L
Y

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Removing the Lamp module chassis

D
I
S

Review the three screws (two kinds).

Remove the Lamp module chassis.

Remove the thermal break

Review the bottom side w/o Lamp chassis.

A
S
S
E
M
B
L
Y

Remove this Fan


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Review the bottom side w/o Fan.

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Removing the Accessory and I/O Board

D
I
S
A
S
S

Remove the HV wire.

Two grounding wire screw (S20)(S21).

E
M
B
L
Y

Rmove I/O board four screws (S22)

Remove the two hexagonal screws.


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Review the four screws

Review the two hexagonal screws(S23).

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Removing the I/O Board and Accessory

D
I
S

Review the I/O board (Top side).

Review the I/O board (Bottom side).

Remove the screw of grounding wire(S24).

Remove two screws of the Adj foot (S25).

Remove one screw of the Speaker (S26).

Review the Bottom case assembly.

A
S
S
E
M
B
L
Y

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Appendix. Screw torque

item-S Screw Type


1
M3*0.5*10
2 3*1.27*10
3
2*0.8*5
4
M2*0.4*5
5 M3*0.5*6
6
M2*0.4*5
7 M #4-40*7 L12
8 3*1.27*10
9
M3*0.5*6
10 3*1.06*8
11 M3*0.5*6
12 3*1.06*8
13 M3*0.5*6
14 3*1.06*8
15 3*1.06*8
16 M3*0.5*14
17 M2*0.4*5
18 M3*0.5*6
19 3*1.06*8
20 3*1.06*8
21 3*1.06*8
22 3*1.06*8
23 M #4-40*7 L12
24 M4*0.7*4
25 3*1.06*8
26 3*1.06*8

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P/N

Screw Driver Torque (kg-cm)

3105320500

4~5
4~5
2~3
1.8~2.2
4~5
1.5~2.0
4~5
4~5
2~3
4~5
4~5
4~5
4~5
4~5
4~5
4~5
1.5~2.0
4~5
4~5
4~5
4~5
4~5
4~5
4~5
4~5
4~5

3109015300
3109101800
3105270500
3100320600
3105270500
3461431703
3109015300
3105039100
3106160400
3100320600
3106160400
3100320600
3106160400
3106160400
3100301400
3105270500
3100320600
3106160400
3106390400
3106390400
3106160400
3461431703
3102210601
3106390400
3106390400

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5. Flash Upgrade Flow


5-1.

Projector USB Drivers Installation Guide


Ver 6.0.0.4
The document is to describe a Windows application software Flash-Tool for projector firmware. Its main
purpose is to provide a detailed procedure of upgrading the application software of a DLP projector. The system
requirement and the installation procedure of Flash-Tool are also included in the document.
NOTE:
User must have administrative privileges on the target computer in order to
install the driver. (The installation target directory must not be write-protected.)
User also required having the basic knowledge of Windows application installation.

Attention: This utility is for DLPTM DDP2000/2230/2430/2431 series projectors only.

System Requirement
z

IBM compatible PC.

Windows XP-SP2 operating system.

Install Flash-Tool to PC
Run the Digital Zoom Projector Flash Tool Vx.y.msi, that will automatically launch the USB drivers update. The
following pictures are illustrating the process of the USB Driver installation.

Start-up page:
z

Click on the Next button to continue

Or
Click on the Cancel button to cancel the installation

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Driver Destination:
z

Click on the Change button to change


the default directory for saving the driver
file somewhere else.

or
z

Click on the Back button to return to the


previous page

or
z

Click on the Cancel button to cancel the


installation

Ready to Install:
z

Click on the install button to start the


driver installation.

or
z

Click on the Back button to return to the


previous page

or
z

Click on the Cancel button to cancel the


installation

Installation in Progress:
z

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Installation Completed:

Click on the Finish button with the Launch checkbox


checked so that the Install Wizard will start the USB driver (INF
update.

Launch the
driver update

Note: The USB driver (INF) update may take a few minutes depending your computers
performance, and number of driver files. All dialogs will be automatically closed when
the installation is completed.

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The Install Wizard is searching for the old driver files


to be replaced with the new ones.

Remove the USB cable between PC and


projector if it is connected.

The WinDrive USB drivers will be installed and


registered to the system.

When finished, a test application will execute


automatically with Windows hardware wizard for all
necessary USB drivers.

Connect the USB cable

If the driver test application does not launch automatically, run the
Launch FlashToolBL.exe from installed shortcut at

Program> Digital Zoom Projector> projector flashtool>


Launch FlasToolBL.exe

Note: Please in the OSD Option page and select the Advanced function item entering,
Make sure the content of ECO.Standby item is setting to off.
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Make sure that the USB cable is firmly connected between projector and computer

Connect the power cord to the projector, and move the power switch in its ON position (if
available) so that projector is in the STAND-BY mode.

Press

<Down>, <Up>, <Right>, <Up> key in sequence using keypad buttons, or

using the IR remote controller for those with limited keypads.

The power and lamp LED

shall blink and the Projector Control mode will be enabled.

The New Hardware Wizard launches for the first


time. Windows detects a new USB device
attached.
z

Select No, not this time

Click on the Next button to continue

(This dialog may change on different Windows


version)

Select Install the software automatically

Click on the Next button to continue

* In case the wizard cannot find the driver (the


ProjectorControl.inf), please select the other
advanced option and specify the driver location
manually. (Normally at C:\Program Files\Digital Zoom
Projector\Projector Flash Tool)

Windows updates the USB Projector Control


driver when found

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Windows completes the new hardware wizard.
z

Press the Finish button to exit.

Note:
In case that you has USB enumeration problem (i.e., the USB port cannot recognize your
projector), please clear all USB items in the windows registry, and re-install the Flash-Tool
USB driver.

Once when the Projector Control USB driver is enumerated, the


projector information is displayed in the status window.

Click on the Check button to place the projector in the


Flash-Tool mode.

The purpose of this function is to verify whether or not the project is


successfully in the Flash-Tool mode.

The projector is now in the Flash-Tool mode after the click.

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The Windows New Hardware Wizard will launch again for the second USB Projector Control.
z

Select No, not this time

Click on the Next button to continue

Select Install the software automatically

Click on the Next button to continue

* In case the wizard cannot find the driver (the ProjectorControl.inf),


please select the other advanced option and specify the driver
location manually. (Normally at C:\Program Files\Digital Zoom
Projector\Projector Flash Tool)

Windows updates the USB Projector Control driver when found

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The New Hardware Wizard launches, and Windows detects a new


USB device attached.
z

Select No, not this time

Click on the Next button to continue

Select Install the software automatically

Click on the Next button to continue

* In case the wizard cannot find the driver (the ProjectorControl.inf),


please select the other advanced option and specify the driver
location manually. (Normally at C:\Program Files\Digital Zoom
Projector\Projector Flash Tool)

Windows updates the USB Projector Control driver when found

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Windows completes the new hardware wizard.


Press the Finish button to exit

Congratulations!
z

Power off the projector now

Your driver has been checked and works for Flash-Tool.

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Appendix-A
How to clear the USB enumeration registry?
Run regedit and select the following items

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE->SYSTEM->CurrentControlSet->Enum->USB->
The E400/AV/DP2601

VID_1501&Pid_2601xxx

The AV/DP2618 series

VID_1501&Pid_2618xxx

The AV/DP3618 series

VID_1501&Pid_3618xxx

The DP3602 series

VID_1501&Pid_3602xxx

The DP3616 series

VID_1501&Pid_3616xxx

The DP3622 series

VID_1501&Pid_3622xxx

The PR301x series

VID_1501&Pid_2617xxx

The PR302x series

VID_1501&Pid_3617xxx

The PR50xx series

VID_1501&Pid_3622xxx

The EP77x series

VID_1501&Pid_3622xxx

The DDP2230 series

VID_1501&Pid_2230xxx

The DDP243x series

VID_1501&Pid_2230xxx

Press <Delete> and remove these registries. (You need the read/write privilege of the Windows registry to delete
it. Select the item and click right mouse will lead you to the Permissions dialog for applying the security options)

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Appendix-B
Projector USB status on Windows Device Manager
The USB HID device will be installed automatically via Windows' USB hot-plug mechanism.

The Projector Control will be dynamically installed after entering the maintenance mode
(Press <down>, <up>, <right>, <up> key in sequence); The Projector Flashtool will be dynamically installed when
starting the flash upgrading by Flashtool or FlashtoolBL utility.
The Windriver is the root driver for both Projector Control and Flashtool.
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5-2.

DLP Projector Flash-Tool (firmware) User Guide


Ver 6.0.0.4
The document is to describe a Windows application software Flash-Tool for projector firmware. Its main
purpose is to provide a detailed procedure of upgrading the application software of a DLP projector. The system
requirement and the installation procedure of Flash-Tool are also included in the document.

NOTE:
User must have administrative privileges on the target computer in order to
install the driver. (The installation target directory must not be write-protected.)
User also required having the basic knowledge of Windows application installation.

Attention: This utility is for DLPTM DDP2000/2230/2430/2431 series projectors only.

System Requirement of Flash Tool


z

IBM compatible PC.

Windows XP SP2 operating system (English).

Projector with Flash-Tool USB driver installed

Installation of Flash-Tool
z

Execute the file of Digital Zoom Projector Flash Tool Vx.y.msi.

Note: If your projector USB driver is not installed yet, please refer to the USB driver installation guide for further
details.

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5-3.

Start with Flash-Tool


The section is to illustrate the procedure to upgrade the application software of a DLP projector.
Step 1: Launch the FlashTool.exe from installed shortcut at
Program > Digital Zoom Projector> Launch FlasTool.exe or click on the Launch FlashTool.exe shortcut icon
on the desktop.

Step 1-1: While executed, a Flash-Tool window shall appear as the following picture.

Note: Please in the OSD Option page and select the Advanced function item entering,
Make sure the content of ECO.Standby item is setting to off.
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Step 2: Make sure that the USB cable is firmly connected between projector and computer
Step 3: Connect the power cord to the projector, and move the power switch in its ON position (if available) so
that projector is in STAND BY mode.
Step 4: Press <Down>, <Up>, <Right>, <Up> keys in sequence using keypad buttons, or using the IR
remote controller for those with limited keypads. The power and lamp LED shall blink and the Flash-Tool mode
will be enabled.

Press Choose to select file

Projector information

Note:
The Windows hardware wizard will pop up if the USB device driver is not installed.

. Simply select the recommended options, and let Windows Wizard does the trick.
Step 5: Press the Choose button to locate the new firmware which can be downloaded from website (for
example: DP3622-JAXX-DPD0A.img). Select the desired .img file by either double clicking the file, or pressing
the Open button.

Use .img file type for


firmware binary data

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Note: The Flash-Tool will validate the signature of the binary image file for upgrading. The Start button will not
enable if the binary image is not a valid projector firmware.

The Start button

Step 6: Press the Start button to update the flash with the chosen firmware. A warning message box will
appear for confirmation. Press <OK> to continue.

Step 7: When the last warning message box appears, this is the last chance to cancel the update. Press OK
button to start the firmware update.

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Caution:
DO NOT install any USB driver when erasing or upgrading process started.

Note: According to the Flash technology, the old firmware will be erased first. Therefore, Flash-Tool will
automatically erase the old firmware before upgrading.

Erasing status

Caution:
DO NOT install any USB driver when erasing or upgrading process started.

Note: After old firmware is erased, the new firmware upgrading process will start.

Upgrading new firmware

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Note: After the new firmware is upgraded, the Flash-Tool will perform the final validation. The dialog shows the
checksum with a verification message!

Checksum verified

Step 8: When the validation is completed, turn off the projector. Next time when the projector is on, it
will execute the new firmware.

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5-4.
Starting and Shutting down the Projector
1.

Connect the power cord to the


projector.

2.

Turn On the connected devices.

3.

Ensure the Power LED is steady


(flashing) and then press the Power
button to turn On the projector.
The projector splash screen displays
and connected devices are detected.
If the connected device is a PC,
press the appropriate keys on the
computer keyboard to switch the
display output to the projector.
(Check the user manual of the PC to
determine the appropriate Fn key
combination to change display
output.)

4.

If more than one input device is


connected, press the Source button
repeatedly to switch among devices.
(DVD and HDTV are supported
through the VGA connector)

5.

To turn off the projector, press the


power button. The Power Off? /
Press Power again message
appears. Press the Power button
again to turn off the projector.

Caution:

Do not unplug the power cord until the Lamp LED (on Cooling mode) stops flashingindicating
the projector has cooled down.
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5-5.
Setting an Access Password (Security Lock)
You can use the Remote digital buttons to set a password and prevent unauthorized use of the
projector. When enabled, the password must be entered after you power on the projector.
Keep the password in a safe place. Without the password, you will not be able to use the
projector. If you lose the password, contact your reseller for information on clearing the
password.
1.
Press the Menu button to open the
OSD menu.

2.

Press to move to the SETUP


menu.

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3.

Press to select Security.

4.

Press to select Security


Setting and then press to
select Enable/Disable.

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5.

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When the security setting is


Enabled, you are prompted to
enter a password soon after the
projector is powered on.
Note: If the incorrect password is
entered three times the projector
auto shutdowns down after 10
seconds.
The default password is: <1>
<2> <3> <4> <5>.

6.

To change a password, enter the


previous password when prompted.

7.

Use the following keys <1>, <2>,


<3>, <4>, <5>, <6>, <7>, <8>, <9>
to define a new password.

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5-6.
SETUP / Advanced
Press the Menu button to open the OSD menu. Press

to move to the SETUP menu.

to move up and down and select Advanced. Press


Press
settings, and then press Enter to confirm the new setting.

ITEM

to change values for

DESCRIPTION

DEFAULT
Optoma

Logo

Press

Logo Capture

Capture the current display image as the users logo with Logo Capture.

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5-7.
Security Timer
Press the Menu button to open the OSD menu. Press

to move to the SETUP menu.

to move up and down and select Security. Press


to move up and down and
Press
select Security Timer. Press Enter to open the Security Timer submenu. Press
to
change values for settings, and then press Enter to confirm the new setting.

ITEM

DESCRIPTION

DEFAULT

Month

Set the number of months the projector can be used.

Day

Set the number of days for the projector to be active.

Hour

Set the number of hours for the projector to be active.

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5-8. Options Menu


Press Menu to open the OSD menu. Press

to move to the OPTIONS menu. Press

move up and down in the OPTIONS menu. Press


press Enter to confirm the new setting.

ITEM

to

to change values for settings, and then

DESCRIPTION

DEFAULT

Source Lock

Press

to enable or disable the automatic search of all the input sources.

Off

High Altitude

Press

to change fan speed; high speed in high temperature, high humidity or high

Off

altitude area.
Information Hide

Press

to enable or disable the source searching, source resolution, and logo display.

Keypad Lock

Press

to enable or disable keypad function.

Off

The following warning message appears when you select On.

Blue

Background Color

Press

to select different colors or blank screen.

Advanced

Press Enter to open the OPTIONS/Advanced menu.

Lamp Setting

Press Enter to open the OPTIONS/Lamp Setting menu.

Reset

Press Enter to reset all menu items to factory default. The following screen displays.
Press Yes to confirm.

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5-9.
OPTIONS / Advanced
Press Menu to open the OSD menu. Press

to move to the OPTIONS menu. Press

to

move up and down in the OPTIONS menu. Select Advanced and press Enter to open the sub
menu. Press
setting.

to change values for settings, and then press Enter to confirm the new

ITEM
Direct Power On

DESCRIPTION

DEFAULT

If the user selects On the projector will automatically power on when

Off

AC power is supplied.
Auto Power Off (min)

Set the projector to automatically switch off the lamp when there is no

30

signal after 15 minutes.


Sleep Timer (min)

Sets the countdown timer interval. The timer will begin, with or without

a signal input. Then the projector will automatically power Off when the
sleep timer countdown stops (in minutes).

Note:
Press any keypad/IR button to restore the original timer setting when a warning message
displays.
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6. Calibration
Step of into Service Mode
Step 1 : To turn on the projector, press the Power button on the keypad or IR controller,
.

Until the Power Off? Press Power again message appears.

Step 2Then press Left=>Right=>Down=>Up button on the keypad or IR controller.


Step 3If password is correct then go into Service Mode

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6-1. Calibrate Analog RGB (1024 x 768 @ 60Hz):


Step 1 In Service 1Mode select ADC Calibration - VGA In this menu input pattern with White(240,240,240)
and Black(16,16,16) for calibrate VGA Source . After input ready press Enter key to calibration

Input Pattern

Step 2 : After complete the OSD will show the picture as follow , if not complete, just close the OSD

Note : Offset & Gain Value


Offset
Gain

Default
511
511

After ADC

Step 3 : Compare internal white pattern and RGB source white pattern, if the brightness gap ratio of these two
source is bigger than 3.5%.
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6-2. Calibrate Analog YUV


Equipment: VG828, must be take off H/V sync terminal from machine.
Step 1 In Service 1 Mode select ADC Calibration - YUV. In this menu input pattern with 75SMPTE
pattern for calibrate YUV Source and notice that the input source must be 480i format
After input ready press Enter key to proceed

Input Pattern

Step 2 : After complete the OSD will show the picture as follow, if not complete, just close the OSD

NOTE:
You can select Calibration Status VGA or Calibration Status
YUV item to watch the calibrated value at any time
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6-3. Color Wheel Index, DMD Contrast and Brightness Adjustment @ RGB source
A. Switch Timing to 1024x768 @ 60HZ
B. In Service 1mode.

C. Switch to the Pattern 48 32 Gray Scale, and then decrease the Brightness Default Diff until all
black gray scales are still distinct.
D. Switch to the Pattern 48 32 Gray Scale, and then increase the Contrast Default Diff until all
white scales are still distinct.
E. Select Color Wheel Index Delay.
The adjustment range is 0~719.
F. Switch Pattern 47 16 Gray Scale. Fine-tune until the gray scale still distinct. Decrease the color
to the minimum. Then switch pattern 48 32 Gray Scale, tune off G, B channel, check the smooth
in brighter level of the R 32 ramp. If not, fine tune CW INDEX Delay Time until R 32 ramp
smooth.
Brightness and Contrast need to measure with RGB source
1024x768 @ 60HZ

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6-4. Display Test

Format - Use this function to choose your desired aspect ratio.


1. 4:3: Format is for 4x3 input sources not enhanced for Wide screen TV.
2. 16:9 I: This format is for 16x9 input sources, like HDTV and DVD
en- hanced for Wide screen TV.
3. 16:9 II: The non-standard wide-screen display format of the projector.
Part of the original image will be cut if the image aspect ratio is less than
1.67:1.
4. Native: Depends on the resolution of the display.
5. Auto: Automatically selects the appropriate format.

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6-5. Logo Advanced

Logo
Select the screen to display during startup.
Optomathe supplied default startup screen.
Usercustomized screen capture using the Logo Capture function.
Logo Capture
Capture a displayed screen to use as the startup screen.
1. Display the desired screen on the projector.
2. Select Logo Capture from the Advanced menu.
A confirmation screen displays.

3. Select OK. Screen capture in progress.


Screen capture succeeded displays. The captured screen is saved as User
in the Logo menu.
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7. Color Border Adjustment


Step 1 : Adjust integration rod screw to eliminate color edge @ White pattern

1. Adjust the hexagonal screw in order to right and lift side


color border disappeared. (Enable just disappearing of
left side color border on the full white pattern)
Screw 1
2. Adjust the hexagonal screw in order to up and
down side color border disappeared. By the color
border is margin value on the down side of full white
pattern. (Enable just disappearing of down side
color border on the full white pattern)
Screw 2

Step 2 : Adjust lamp module angle to set the maximum brightness measured by CL200

=> Adjusted screw.


=> Fixed screw.

Loosed the fixed screw, CL200 is putted on the left corner of


the screenWhen full set is putted upside down, to adjust
the adjusted screw gets the highest luminance value then
fixed the screw in the moment.

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8. Projection Lamp
8-1. Replacing the Projection Lamp
The projection lamp should be replaced when it burns out. It should only be replaced with a
certified replacement part, which you can order from your local dealer.
Important:

1. The lamp contains a certain amount of mercury and should be disposed according to local
ordinance regulations.
2. Avoid touching the glass surface of the new lamp: Doing so may shorten its operation life.
Warning:

Be sure to turn off and unplug the projector at least 30 minutes before replacing the lamp.
Failure to do so could result in a severe burn.

1. Loosen the two captive screws on the lamp compartment cover.


2. Remove the lamp compartment cover.
3. Remove the two screws from the lamp module.
4. Lift the module handle up and pull firmly on the module handle to remove the lamp module.
5. Insert the replacement lamp and push down firmly.
Tighten the captive screws to hold the lamp in place.
6. Replace the lamp compartment lid and tighten the captive screws.
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8-2. Ceiling Installation


To prevent damage to your projector please use the recommended mounting package
for installation.
If you intend to use a third party ceiling mount, ensure that the screws meet the
following specifications:
1.Screw Type: M4
2.Maximum screw length: 10 mm
3. Minimum screw length: 7.5 mm
Refer to the following diagram to ceiling mount the projector.

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8-3. Lamp Setting

Lamp Reset
After replacing the lamp, reset the lamp counter to accurately reflect the
new lamps life span.
1. Select Lamp Reset.
A confirmation screen displays.

2. Select Yes to reset the lamp counter to zero.

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9. Cleaning
9-1. Cleaning the Lens
You can purchase optic lens cleaner from most camera stores. Refer to the following to clean
the projector lens.
1. Apply a little optic lens cleaner to a clean soft cloth.

(Do not apply the cleaner directly to the lens.)


2. Lightly wipe the lens in a circular motion.

Caution:
1. Do not use abrasive cleaners or solvents.
2. To prevent discoloration or fading, avoid getting cleaner on the projector case

9-2. Cleaning the Case


Refer to the following to clean the projector case.
1. Wipe off dust with a clean dampened cloth.
2. Moisten the cloth with warm water and mild detergent (such as used to wash dishes), and
then wipe the case.

3.

Rinse all detergent from the cloth and wipe the projector again

Caution:
To prevent discoloration or fading of the case, do not use abrasive alcohol-based cleaners.

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10. SERVICE NOTE


10-1. Service Note Description
Carry out cleaning of the main unit and interior when replacing
the lamp or making inspections.
The glass cleaner used with the following parts is as follows.
1) Cleaning the Projection Lens
*When dust and fingerprints, etc. are on the lens surface, use
the designated glass cleaner to remove as shown in the figure
at the right. For fingerprints and other soiling that are difficult
to remove with a dry cloth, use a designated glass cleaner
which has been moistened in water and then use a dry cloth
to dry it off.
*The projection lens surface has a special coating. Do not use
detergents or solvents on the surface.
2) Cleaning the Color Wheel Assy
*The color filter is made of thin glass. Be very careful when
handing the filter.
*In case of fingerprints, etc. on the surface, clean in the same
way as the projection lens unit as described in item 1). Do not
use detergents as this could cause peeling of the color filter.
3) Cleaning the DMD
*The DMD surface is glass and can be cleaned. However, avoid
scratches as these can have a direct influence on the image.
*In case of dust on the DMD surface use an air cleaner ( with a
device to prevent static, if possible) to clean off the surface.
*In case of fingerprints, etc., add a small amount of water to the
designated glass cleaner and wipe off in one direction. Then
use the designated dry glass cleaner to wipe off in the same
direction.
*Do not use absolute alcohol or other substances that could
leave streaks after drying.
4) Cleaning the Reflecting Mirror
*Be careful not to touch the reflecting mirror. The surface is
composed of vapor deposition silver and touching it directly
with the hands can lead to burnishing.
*Do not clean other than with air.
5) Cleaning the Main Unit
*Clean with a soft fuzz-free cloth. In case of severe soiling, use
a well-wrung cloth dipped in a neutral agent to remove soiling
and then finish with a dry cloth.
*Do not clean with thinner, benzene or similar agents as this
could lead to deterioration or peeling of paint.
*In case of dust in suction or exhaust holes or the interior,
disassemble the main unit and use air to remove the dust from
the inside.
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10-2. Power & READY LED Blink Code Message


LED Error Messages

SYSTEM STATUS

POWER (LED)

LAMP (LED)

TEMP (LED)

Over Lamp

OFF

OFF

Steady Light

Lamp Fail

OFF

Steady Light

OFF

Thermal Break Status error


Lamp Door Sensor
Detect High
DMD Error

4 blinks

4 blinks

OFF

7 blinks

OFF

OFF

8 blinks

OFF

OFF

Color Wheel Error

9 blinks

OFF

OFF

Fan 1 Error (Lamp Fan)

6 blinks

1 blinks

OFF

(Power Fan)

6 blinks

2 blinks

OFF

(Blower Fan)

6 blinks

3 blinks

OFF

(DMD Fan)

6 blinks

4 blinks

OFF

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10-3. Factory Preset Display Modes


Computer Compatibility

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Apple Mac Compatibility

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11. RS-232 Command

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RS232 CONNECT

1 2 3 4 5
7 8 9

RS232 CABLE

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12. EDID
ES522
a. Analog v1.3
128 BYTES OF EDID CODE

(08-09)
(11-10)
(12-15)
(16)
(17)
(18)
(19)
(20)

(21)
(22)
(23)
(24)

ID Manufacturer Name ________________ = OTM


Product ID Code _____________________ = 020A(Hex), 522(Dec)
Last 5 Digits of Serial Number __ = 16843009(Dec),01010101(Hex)
Week of Manufacture _________________ = 1
Year of Manufacture _________________ = 2009
EDID Version Number _________________ = 1
EDID Revision Number ________________ = 3
VIDEO INPUT DEFINITION :
Analog Signal
0.700V/0.300V
Separate
Composite
Sync on Green
Maximum Horizontal Image Size _______ = 0 mm
Maximum Vertical Image Size _________ = 0 mm
Display Gamma _______________________ = 2.20
DPMS and Supported Feature(s) :
Preferred Timing Mode
Active Off

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(25-34)

(35)

(36)

(37)
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RGB Color Display


CHROMA INFO :
RedX: 0.631
RedY: 0.352
GreenX : 0.353
GreenY : 0.591
BlueX : 0.145
BlueY : 0.070
WhiteX : 0.310
WhiteY : 0.345
ESTABLISHED TIMING I :
720 X 400 @ 70Hz (IBM,VGA)
640 X 480 @ 60Hz (IBM,VGA)
640 X 480 @ 67Hz (Apple,Mac II)
640 X 480 @ 72Hz (VESA)
640 X 480 @ 75Hz (VESA)
800 X 600 @ 56Hz (VESA)
800 X 600 @ 60Hz (VESA)
ESTABLISHED TIMING II :
800 X 600 @ 72Hz (VESA)
800 X 600 @ 75Hz (VESA)
832 X 624 @ 75Hz (Apple, Mac II)
1024 X 768 @ 60Hz (VESA)
1024 X 768 @ 70Hz (VESA)
1024 X 768 @ 75Hz (VESA)
1280 X 1024 @ 75Hz (VESA)
Manufacturer's Reserved Timing :
1152 X 870 @ 75Hz (Apple, Mac II)
Standard Timing Identification :
800 X 600 @ 85Hz
1024 X 768 @ 85Hz
1280 X 720 @ 85Hz
1280 X 800 @ 60Hz
1400 X 1050 @ 60Hz
1600 X 1200 @ 60Hz
1680 X 1050 @ 60Hz

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1920 X 1080 @ 60Hz


( 54- 71) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 1 :
1280 X 768 : Pixel Clock : 117 MHz
Horizontal Image Size : 0 mm Vertical Image Size : 0 mm
Refreshed Mode : Non-Interlaced
Horizontal :
Active Time : 1280 pixels
Blanking Time: 432 pixels
Sync Offset : 80 pixels
Sync Pulse Width: 136 pixels
Border : 0 pixels
Vertical :
Active Time : 768 lines
Blanking Time: 41 lines
Sync Offset : 3 lines
Sync Pulse Width : 7 lines
Border: 0 lines
None(Normal)
Digital Separate, Horizontal Polarity (-) Vertical Polarity (-)
( 72- 89) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 2 :
Monitor Serial Number :
( 90-107) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 3 :
Monitor Range Limits :
Horizontal Freq.: 15-91 kHz
Vertical Freq.: 43-87 Hz
Pixel Clock: 140 MHz
(108-125) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 4 :
Monitor Name :ES522
(126) No Extension EDID Block(s)
(127) CheckSum is OK

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b. Digital v1.3
Bytes 0-127 [00H-7FH]

(08H-09H)
(0AH-0BH)
(0CH-0FH)
(10H)
(11H)
(12H)
(13H)
(14H)

ID Manufacturer Name _________________________ = OTM


Product ID Code ______________________________ = 291A())
Last 5 Digits of Serial Number _______________
= UNUSE
Week of Manufacture __________________________
= 01
Year of Manufacture __________________________
= 2009
EDID Version Number __________________________
=1
EDID Revision Number _________________________
=3
VIDEO INPUT DEFINITION:
Digital Signal
(15H)
Maximum Horizontal Image Size ________________
=
mm
(16H)
Maximum Vertical Image Size __________________
=
mm
(17H)
Display Gamma ________________________________ = 2.20
(18H)
DPMS and Supported Feature(s):
Preferred Timing Mode
Display Type = R/G/B Color
(19H-22H) CHROMA INFO:
Red x - 0.631 Green x - 0.353 Blue x - 0.145 White x - 0.310
Red y - 0.352 Green y - 0.591 Blue y - 0.070 White y - 0.345
(23H)
ESTABLISHED TIMING I:
720 x 400 @ 70Hz (IBM,VGA)
640 x 480 @ 60Hz (IBM,VGA)
640 x 480 @ 67Hz (Apple,Mac II)
640 x 480 @ 72Hz (VESA)
640 x 480 @ 75Hz (VESA)
800 x 600 @ 56Hz (VESA)
800 x 600 @ 60Hz (VESA)
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(24H)

ESTABLISHED TIMING II:


800 x 600 @ 72Hz (VESA)
800 x 600 @ 75Hz (VESA)
832 x 624 @ 75Hz (Apple,Mac II)
1024 x 768 @ 60Hz (VESA)
1024 x 768 @ 70Hz (VESA)
1024 x 768 @ 75Hz (VESA)
1280 x 1024 @ 75Hz (VESA)
(25H)
Manufacturer's Reserved Timing:
1152 x 870 @ 75Hz (Apple,Mac II)
(38-53) Standard Timing Identification:
Standard Timing ID 1: 800 x 600 @85Hz
Standard Timing ID 2: 1024 x 768 @85Hz
Standard Timing ID 3: 1280 x 720 @85Hz
Standard Timing ID 4: 1280 x 800 @60Hz
Standard Timing ID 5: 1400 x 1050 @60Hz
Standard Timing ID 6: 1600 x 1200 @60Hz
Standard Timing ID 7: 1680 x 1050 @60Hz
Standard Timing ID 8: 1920 x 1080 @60Hz
(36H-47H) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 1:
1280x768 Pixel Clock: 117.50 MHz
Horizontal Image Size: 0 mm
Vertical Image Size: 0 mm
Refreshed Mode: Non-Interlaced
Normal Display - No Stereo
Horizontal:
Active Count: 1280 pixels
Blanking Count: 432 pixels
Sync Offset: 80 pixels
Sync Pulse Width: 136 pixels
Border: 0 pixels
Frequency: 68.63 kHz
Vertical:
Active Count: 768 lines
Blanking Count: 41 lines
Sync Offset: 3 lines
Sync Pulse Width: 7 lines
Border: 0 lines
Frequency: 84.84 Hz
Digital Separate, Horizontal Polarity (-) Vertical Polarity (-)
(48H-59H) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 2:
Monitor Serial Number:
(5AH-6BH) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 3:
Monitor Range Limits:
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Min Vertical Freq - 43 Hz


Max Vertical Freq - 87 Hz
Min Horiz. Freq - 31 kHz
Max Horiz. Freq - 91 kHz
Pixel Clock - 140 MHz
GTF - Not Used
(6CH-7DH) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 4:
Monitor Name: ES522
(7EH) Block No: (01) Extension EDID Block(s)
(7FH)
CheckSum OK
Bytes 128-255 [80H-FFH]

(03H)
(03H)
(03H)
(05H)
(06H)
(07H)
(08H)
(09H)
(0AH)
(0BH)
(0CH)
(0DH)
(0EH)
(0FH)
(10H)

DTV (Basic Audio)


YCbCr (4:4:4)
YCbCr (4:2:2)
Video Short Block Description:
720 x 480 P 59.94/60Hz 4:3
720 x 480 P 59.94/60Hz 16:9
720 x 576 P 50Hz 4:3
720 x 576 P 50Hz 16:9
1280 x 720 P 59.94/60Hz 16:9 Native Mode
1920 x 1080 I 59.94/60Hz 16:9
1280 x 720 P 50Hz 16:9
1920 x 1080 I 50Hz 16:9
1920 x 1080 P 59.94/60Hz 16:9
720(1440) x 480 I 59.94/60Hz 4:3
720(1440) x 576 I 50Hz 4:3
1920 x 1080 P 50Hz 16.9

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Audio Short Block Description:


Numbers of Audio Channels (2)
(12H) Linear PCM(IEC60958)
Audio Supported: 32kHz, 44.1kHz, 48kHz
Audio Bit Rate: 24Bit
Speaker Short Block Description:
Playload(3 bytes 16H-18H) Speakers
(16H) FL/FR
17H: Reserved
18H: Reserved
Vendor Specific Short Block Description:
Bytes: 03H, 0CH, 00H, 10H, 00H
(1FH - 31H) Detailed Timing Descriptions:
720x480 Pixel Clock: 27.00 MHz
Horizontal Image Size: 531 mm Vertical Image Size: 398 mm
Refreshed Mode: Non-Interlaced Normal Display - No Stereo
Horizontal:
Active Count: 720 pixels Blanking Count: 138 pixels
Sync Offset: 16 pixels
Sync Pulse Width: 62 pixels
Border: 0 pixels
Frequency: 31.47 kHz
Vertical:
Active Count: 480 lines
Blanking Count: 45 lines
Sync Offset: 9 lines
Sync Pulse Width: 6 lines
Border: 0 lines
Frequency: 59.94 Hz
Digital Separate, Horizontal Polarity (-) Vertical Polarity (-)
(31H - 43H) Detailed Timing Descriptions:
720x576 Pixel Clock: 27.00 MHz
Horizontal Image Size: 708 mm
Vertical Image Size: 398 mm
Refreshed Mode: Non-Interlaced
Normal Display - No Stereo
Horizontal:
Active Count: 720 pixels
Blanking Count: 144 pixels
Sync Offset: 12 pixels
Sync Pulse Width: 64 pixels
Border: 0 pixels
Frequency: 31.25 kHz
Vertical:
Active Count: 576 lines
Blanking Count: 49 lines
Sync Offset: 5 lines
Sync Pulse Width: 5 lines
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Border: 0 lines
Frequency: 50.00 Hz
Digital Separate, Horizontal Polarity (-) Vertical Polarity (-)
(43H - 55H) Detailed Timing Descriptions:
1280x720 Pixel Clock: 74.25 MHz
Horizontal Image Size: 708 mm
Vertical Image Size: 398 mm
Refreshed Mode: Non-Interlaced
Normal Display - No Stereo
Horizontal:
Active Count: 1280 pixels
Blanking Count: 370 pixels
Sync Offset: 110 pixels
Sync Pulse Width: 40 pixels
Border: 0 pixels
Frequency: 45.00 kHz
Vertical:
Active Count: 720 lines
Blanking Count: 30 lines
Sync Offset: 5 lines
Sync Pulse Width: 5 lines
Border: 0 lines
Frequency: 60.00 Hz
Digital Separate, Horizontal Polarity (+) Vertical Polarity (+)
(55H - 67H) Detailed Timing Descriptions:
1280x720 Pixel Clock: 74.25 MHz
Horizontal Image Size: 708 mm
Vertical Image Size: 398 mm
Refreshed Mode: Non-Interlaced
Normal Display - No Stereo
Horizontal:
Active Count: 1280 pixels
Blanking Count: 700 pixels
Sync Offset: 440 pixels
Sync Pulse Width: 40 pixels
Border: 0 pixels
Frequency: 37.50 kHz
Vertical:
Active Count: 720 lines
Blanking Count: 30 lines
Sync Offset: 5 lines
Sync Pulse Width: 5 lines
Border: 0 lines
Frequency: 50.00 Hz
Digital Separate, Horizontal Polarity (+) Vertical Polarity (+)
(67H - 79H) Detailed Timing Descriptions:
Monitor Serial Number:
(7FH) CheckSum Valid

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ES532
a. Analog v1.3
128 BYTES OF EDID CODE

(08-09)
(11-10)
(12-15)
(16)
(17)
(18)
(19)
(20)

(21)
(22)
(23)
(24)

ID Manufacturer Name ________________ = OTM


Product ID Code _____________________ = 0214(Hex), 532(Dec)
Last 5 Digits of Serial Number ______ = 16843009(Dec),
01010101(Hex)
Week of Manufacture _________________ = 1
Year of Manufacture _________________ = 2009
EDID Version Number _________________ = 1
EDID Revision Number ________________ = 3
VIDEO INPUT DEFINITION :
Analog Signal
0.700V/0.300V
Separate
Composite
Sync on Green
Maximum Horizontal Image Size _______ = 0 mm
Maximum Vertical Image Size _________ = 0 mm
Display Gamma _______________________ = 2.20
DPMS and Supported Feature(s) :
Preferred Timing Mode
Active Off
RGB Color Display

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(25-34)

(35)

(36)

(37)
(38-53)

ES522 & EX532

CHROMA INFO :
RedX
: 0.631
RedY
: 0.352
GreenX : 0.353
GreenY : 0.591
BlueX : 0.145
BlueY : 0.070
WhiteX : 0.310
WhiteY : 0.345
ESTABLISHED TIMING I :
720 X 400 @ 70Hz (IBM,VGA)
640 X 480 @ 60Hz (IBM,VGA)
640 X 480 @ 67Hz (Apple,Mac II)
640 X 480 @ 72Hz (VESA)
640 X 480 @ 75Hz (VESA)
800 X 600 @ 56Hz (VESA)
800 X 600 @ 60Hz (VESA)
ESTABLISHED TIMING II :
800 X 600 @ 72Hz (VESA)
800 X 600 @ 75Hz (VESA)
832 X 624 @ 75Hz (Apple, Mac II)
1024 X 768 @ 60Hz (VESA)
1024 X 768 @ 70Hz (VESA)
1024 X 768 @ 75Hz (VESA)
1280 X 1024 @ 75Hz (VESA)
Manufacturer's Reserved Timing :
1152 X 870 @ 75Hz (Apple, Mac II)
Standard Timing Identification :
800 X 600 @ 85Hz
1024 X 768 @ 85Hz
1280 X 720 @ 85Hz
1280 X 800 @ 60Hz
1400 X 1120 @ 60Hz
1600 X 1200 @ 60Hz
1680 X 1050 @ 60Hz
1920 X 1080 @ 60Hz

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( 54- 71) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 1 :


1280 X 768 : Pixel Clock : 117 MHz
Horizontal Image Size : 0 mm
Refreshed Mode : Non-Interlaced

Vertical Image Size : 0 mm

Horizontal :
Active Time : 1280 pixels
Blanking Time
:
432 pixels
Sync Offset :
80 pixels
Sync Pulse Width :
136 pixels
Border
:
0 pixels
Vertical :
Active Time :
768 lines
Blanking Time
:
41 lines
Sync Offset :
3 lines
Sync Pulse Width :
7 lines
Border
:
0 lines
None(Normal)
Digital Separate, Horizontal Polarity (-) Vertical Polarity (-)
( 72- 89) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 2 :
Monitor Serial Number :
( 90-107) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 3 :
Monitor Range Limits :
Horizontal Freq. : 15-91 kHz
Vertical Freq.
: 43-87 Hz
Pixel Clock
: 140 MHz
(108-125) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 4 :
Monitor Name :EX532
(126)
No Extension EDID Block(s)
(127)
CheckSum is OK

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b. Digital v.1.3
Bytes 0-127 [00H-7FH]

(08H-09H)
(0AH-0BH)
(0CH-0FH)
(10H)
(11H)
(12H)
(13H)
(14H)
(15H)
(16H)
(17H)
(18H)

ID Manufacturer Name _________________________


= OTM
Product ID Code ___________________________
= 2924()$)
Last 5 Digits of Serial Number _______________
= UNUSE
Week of Manufacture __________________________
= 01
Year of Manufacture __________________________
= 2009
EDID Version Number __________________________
=1
EDID Revision Number _________________________
=3
VIDEO INPUT DEFINITION: Digital Signal
Maximum Horizontal Image Size _______________
=
mm
Maximum Vertical Image Size _________________
=
mm
Display Gamma _____________________________
= 2.20
DPMS and Supported Feature(s):
Preferred Timing Mode
Display Type = R/G/B Color
(19H-22H) CHROMA INFO:
Red x - 0.631 Green x - 0.353 Blue x - 0.145 White x - 0.310
Red y - 0.352 Green y - 0.591 Blue y - 0.070 White y - 0.345
(23H)
ESTABLISHED TIMING I:
720 x 400 @ 70Hz (IBM,VGA)
640 x 480 @ 60Hz (IBM,VGA)
640 x 480 @ 67Hz (Apple,Mac II)
640 x 480 @ 72Hz (VESA)
640 x 480 @ 75Hz (VESA)
800 x 600 @ 56Hz (VESA)
800 x 600 @ 60Hz (VESA)
(24H)
ESTABLISHED TIMING II:
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800 x 600 @ 72Hz (VESA)


800 x 600 @ 75Hz (VESA)
832 x 624 @ 75Hz (Apple,Mac II)
1024 x 768 @ 60Hz (VESA)
1024 x 768 @ 70Hz (VESA)
1024 x 768 @ 75Hz (VESA)
1280 x 1024 @ 75Hz (VESA)
(25H)
Manufacturer's Reserved Timing:
1152 x 870 @ 75Hz (Apple,Mac II)
(38-53) Standard Timing Identification:
Standard Timing ID 1: 800 x 600 @85Hz
Standard Timing ID 2: 1024 x 768 @85Hz
Standard Timing ID 3: 1280 x 720 @85Hz
Standard Timing ID 4: 1280 x 800 @60Hz
Standard Timing ID 5: 1400 x 1050 @60Hz
Standard Timing ID 6: 1600 x 1200 @60Hz
Standard Timing ID 7: 1680 x 1050 @60Hz
Standard Timing ID 8: 1920 x 1080 @60Hz
(36H-47H) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 1:
1280x768 Pixel Clock: 117.50 MHz
Horizontal Image Size: 0 mm
Vertical Image Size: 0 mm
Refreshed Mode: Non-Interlaced
Normal Display - No Stereo
Horizontal:
Active Count: 1280 pixels Blanking Count: 432 pixels
Sync Offset: 80 pixels
Sync Pulse Width: 136 pixels
Border: 0 pixels
Frequency: 68.63 kHz
Vertical:
Active Count: 768 lines
Blanking Count: 41 lines
Sync Offset: 3 lines
Sync Pulse Width: 7 lines
Border: 0 lines
Frequency: 84.84 Hz
Digital Separate, Horizontal Polarity (-) Vertical Polarity (-)
(48H-59H) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 2:
Monitor Serial Number:
(5AH-6BH) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 3:
Monitor Range Limits:
Min Vertical Freq - 48 Hz
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Max Vertical Freq - 86 Hz


Min Horiz. Freq - 31 kHz
Max Horiz. Freq - 91 kHz
Pixel Clock - 140 MHz
GTF - Not Used
(6CH-7DH) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 4:
Monitor Name:
EX532
(7EH) Block No: (01) Extension EDID Block(s)
(7FH)
CheckSum OK

Bytes 128-255 [80H-FFH]

(03H)
(03H)
(03H)
(05H)
(06H)
(07H)
(08H)
(09H)
(0AH)
(0BH)
(0CH)
(0DH)
(0EH)
(0FH)

DTV (Basic Audio)


YCbCr (4:4:4)
YCbCr (4:2:2)
Video Short Block Description:
720 x 480 P 59.94/60Hz 4:3
720 x 480 P 59.94/60Hz 16:9
720 x 576 P 50Hz 4:3
720 x 576 P 50Hz 16:9
1280 x 720 P 59.94/60Hz 16:9
1920 x 1080 I 59.94/60Hz 16:9
1280 x 720 P 50Hz 16:9
1920 x 1080 I 50Hz 16:9
1920 x 1080 P 59.94/60Hz 16:9
720(1440) x 480 I 59.94/60Hz 4:3
720(1440) x 576 I 50Hz 4:3

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(10H)

1920 x 1080 P 50Hz 16.9


Audio Short Block Description:
Numbers of Audio Channels (2)
(12H) Linear PCM(IEC60958)
Audio Supported: 32kHz, 44.1kHz, 48kHz
Audio Bit Rate: 24Bit
Speaker Short Block Description:
Playload(3 bytes 16H-18H) Speakers
(16H): FL/FR
17H: Reserved
18H: Reserved
Vendor Specific Short Block Description:
Bytes: 03H, 0CH, 00H, 10H, 00H
(1FH - 31H) Detailed Timing Descriptions:
720x480 Pixel Clock: 27.00 MHz
Horizontal Image Size: 531 mm
Vertical Image Size: 398 mm
Refreshed Mode: Non-Interlaced
Normal Display - No Stereo
Horizontal:
Active Count: 720 pixels Blanking Count: 138 pixels
Sync Offset: 16 pixels
Sync Pulse Width: 62 pixels
Border: 0 pixels
Frequency: 31.47 kHz
Vertical:
Active Count: 480 lines
Blanking Count: 45 lines
Sync Offset: 9 lines
Sync Pulse Width: 6 lines
Border: 0 lines
Frequency: 59.94 Hz
Digital Separate, Horizontal Polarity (-) Vertical Polarity (-)
(31H - 43H) Detailed Timing Descriptions:
720x576 Pixel Clock: 27.00 MHz
Horizontal Image Size: 708 mm
Vertical Image Size: 398 mm
Refreshed Mode: Non-Interlaced
Normal Display - No Stereo
Horizontal:
Active Count: 720 pixels Blanking Count: 144 pixels
Sync Offset: 12 pixels
Sync Pulse Width: 64 pixels
Border: 0 pixels
Frequency: 31.25 kHz
Vertical:
Active Count: 576 lines Blanking Count: 49 lines
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Sync Offset: 5 lines


Sync Pulse Width: 5 lines
Border: 0 lines
Frequency: 50.00 Hz
Digital Separate, Horizontal Polarity (-) Vertical Polarity (-)
(43H - 55H) Detailed Timing Descriptions:
1280x720 Pixel Clock: 74.25 MHz
Horizontal Image Size: 708 mm
Vertical Image Size: 398 mm
Refreshed Mode: Non-Interlaced
Normal Display - No Stereo
Horizontal:
Active Count: 1280 pixels Blanking Count: 370 pixels
Sync Offset: 110 pixels
Sync Pulse Width: 40 pixels
Border: 0 pixels
Frequency: 45.00 kHz
Vertical:
Active Count: 720 lines
Blanking Count: 30 lines
Sync Offset: 5 lines
Sync Pulse Width: 5 lines
Border: 0 lines
Frequency: 60.00 Hz
Digital Separate, Horizontal Polarity (+) Vertical Polarity (+)
(55H - 67H) Detailed Timing Descriptions:
1280x720 Pixel Clock: 74.25 MHz
Horizontal Image Size: 708 mm
Vertical Image Size: 398 mm
Refreshed Mode: Non-Interlaced
Normal Display - No Stereo
Horizontal:
Active Count: 1280 pixels Blanking Count: 700 pixels
Sync Offset: 440 pixels
Sync Pulse Width: 40 pixels
Border: 0 pixels
Frequency: 37.50 kHz
Vertical:
Active Count: 720 lines
Blanking Count: 30 lines
Sync Offset: 5 lines
Sync Pulse Width: 5 lines
Border: 0 lines
Frequency: 50.00 Hz
Digital Separate, Horizontal Polarity (+) Vertical Polarity (+)
(67H - 79H) Detailed Timing Descriptions:
Monitor Serial Number:
(7FH)
CheckSum Valid

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13. ES522(DP-2400) & EX532(DP-3400) Spare part list


NO

PN

DESCRIPTION

3392056802

TOP COVER PC 945VB WHITE

3392077001

TOP COVER PC 945VB WHITE

3392057706

BTM PC 945VB BLK

3392106200

ES522 EX533 Qty


V

1
V

BACK PC+ABS 945VB WHITE

3392076400

LENS CAP PC 94V0 LIGHT

3392077300

BUTTON ADJ FOOT PC

3392106300

BUTTON ABS 94V0 WHITE

3620713111

DC FAN ASSY NFB0712H-SM03 L45/10 70

3622607311

DC FAN ASSY BUB0612HB-L165/140 60

10

3622702011

DC FAN ASSY AUB0712HB-R00 L50/20 70

11

5600601029

PWB ASSY MAIN BOARD DP-2400

12

5600601028

PWB ASSY MAIN BOARD DP-3400

13

5600601030

PWB ASSY IO BOARD DP-2400

14

5600601032

PWB ASSY IO BOARD DP-3400

15

5600601033

PWB ASSY DMD BOARD

16

5600601027

17

0990078200

18

5811116033-S MODULE OPTICAL 0.55 SVGA-S 180W

19

5811116034-S MODULE OPTICAL 0.55 XGA-S 180W

20

5811116037-S LAMP MODULE J5P RF E20.8 180W

21

3513598000

22

BLK

1
V

1
1

PWB ASSY POWER BD DP-3400

LAMP DRIVER 180W PULSE PT VIP MID

1
V

CARTON PAPER 283*188*372

3513602100

CARTON PAPER 218*180*52

23

5600600720

PWB ASSY KEYPAD BD OPTOMA

24

3090107601

AC POWER CORD 3P #18*3C L1800 BLK

25

3081300700

CABLE SIGNAL MIN-USB USB-A L2000

26

3081405002

CABLE SIGNAL D-SUB D-SUB L1800

27

3081506600

CABLE FFC L160 WHITE

28

3081507600

CABLE FFC L90 WHT

29

3534096100

CD SOFTWARE PACKING ASSY

30

5041818800

REMOTE CONTROLLER 27KEYS

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10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

28

29

30

TBD

26

27

TBD

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