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Multimedia Projector SERVICE MANUAL PRODUCT CODE PLC-XU78 PLC-XU75 1 122 390 00 (KH3AC) 1 122 416 00 (KZ3AC) 1 122 391 00 (LH3AC) 1 122 417 00 (LZ3AC) 1 122 391 02 (LH3CC) 1 122 417 02 (LZ3CC) Original Version REFERENCE NO. SM5110874-00 FILE NO. Model No. PLC-XU78 PLC-XU75 U.S.A, Canada, Europe, U.K, Asia Chassis No. KH3-XU7800 KZ3-XU7500 Match the Chassis No. on the unit's back cover with the Chassis No. in the Service Manual. If the Original Version Service Manual Chassis No. does not match the unit’s, additional Service Literature is re- quired. You must refer to “Notices” to the Original Service Manual prior to servicing the unit.

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Multimedia ProjectorSERVICE MANUALProduct code PLc-Xu78 PLc-Xu75 1 122 390 00 (KH3AC) 1 122 416 00 (KZ3AC)1 122 391 00 (LH3AC) 1 122 417 00 (LZ3AC)1 122 391 02 (LH3CC) 1 122 417 02 (LZ3CC)original VersionREFERENCE NO. SM5110874-00 FILE NO.Model No. PLc-Xu78 PLc-Xu75 U.S.A, Canada, Europe, U.K, Asiachassis No. KH3-Xu7800 KZ3-Xu7500Match the Chassis No. on the unit's back cover with the Chassis No. in the Service Manual. If the Original Version Service Manual Chassis No. does not match the units, additional Service Literature is re-quired. You must refer to Notices to the Original Service Manual prior to servicing the unit.--ContentsSERVICE MANUAL ....................................................... 1Contents ........................................................................ Safety Instructions ......................................................... 3Safety Precautions ..................................................... 3Product Safety Notice ................................................. 3Service Personnel Warning ........................................ 3Specifications ................................................................ 4Circuit Protections ......................................................... 5Thermal switch ........................................................... 5Lamp cover switch ...................................................... 5Fuse ............................................................................ 5Warning temperature and power failure protection .... 6Air filter care and cleaning .......................................... 6Security Function Notice ................................................ 7Lamp Replacement ....................................................... 8Lamp replacement ...................................................... 8How to reset Lamp Replace Counter ......................... 8How to check Lamp Used Time .................................. 8Mechanical Disassembly ............................................... 9Optical Parts Disassembly ........................................... 15Adjustments ................................................................. 1Adjustments after Parts Replacement ...................... 1Optical Adjustments ..................................................... Contrast adjustment ................................................. Integrator lens adjustment ........................................ 3Relay lens-Out adjustment ....................................... 4Electrical Adjustments ................................................. 5Service Adjustment Menu Operation ........................ 5Memory IC (IC1371) Replacement ........................... 5Circuit Adjustments ................................................... 6Test Points and Locations ........................................ 30Service Adjustment Data Table ................................ 31Chassis Block Diagrams .............................................. 49Chassis over view ..................................................... 49System control .......................................................... 50Power supply & protection circuit ............................. 51Fan control circuit ..................................................... 5Troubleshooting ........................................................... 53Indicators and Projector Condition ........................... 53No Power .................................................................. 54No Picture ................................................................. 55No Sound .................................................................. 56System Control & I/O Port Functions (IC301) ........... 57Waveform .................................................................... 58Cleaning ...................................................................... 59IC Block Diagrams ....................................................... 60Electrical Parts List ...................................................... 64Electrical Parts Location ........................................... 65Electrical Parts List ................................................... 66Mechanical Parts List .................................................. 84Cabinet Parts Location ............................................. 84Optical Parts Location .............................................. 85Mechanical Parts List ............................................... 89Diagrams & Drawings ..................................................A1Parts description and reading in schematic diagram ...ASchematic Diagrams ...................................................A3Printed Wiring Board Diagrams ...................................A9Pin description of diode, transistor and IC .................A13Note on Soldering ......................................................A14-3-Safety InstructionsWARNING:The chassis of this projector is isolated (COLD) from AC line by using the converter transformer. Primary side of the converter and lamp power supply unit circuit is connected to the AC line and it is hot, which hot circuit is identified with the line ( ) in the schematic diagram. For continued product safety and protection of person-nel injury, servicing should be made with qualified personnel.The following precautions must be observed.Safety Precautions1: An isolation transformer should be connected in the power line between the projector and the AC line before any service is performed on the projec-tor.: Comply with all caution and safety-related notes provided on the cabinet back, cabinet bottom, inside the cabinet or on the chassis. 3: When replacing a chassis in the cabinet, always be certain that all the protective devices are installed properly, such as, control knobs, adjust-ment covers or shields, barriers, etc.DO NOT OPERATE THIS PROJECTOR WITHOUT THE PROTECTIVE SHIELD IN POSITION AND PROPERLY SECURED.4: Before replacing the cabinet cover, thoroughly inspect the inside of the cabinet to see that no stray parts or tools have been left inside.Before returning any projector to the customer, the service personnel must be sure it is completely safe to operate without danger of electric shock.Service Personnel WarningEye damage may result from directly viewing the light produced by the Lamp used in this equipment. Always turn off Lamp before opening cover. The Ultraviolet radiation eye protection required during this servicing.Never turn the power on without the lamp to avoid electric-shock or damage of the devices since the stabilizer generates high voltages (15kV - 5kV) at its starts.Since the lamp is very high temperature during units operation replacement of the lamp should be done at least 45 minutes after the power has been turned off, to allow the lamp cool-off.Product Safety NoticeProduct safety should be considered when a component replacement is made in any area of the projector. Components indicated by mark ! in the parts list and the schematic diagram designate components in which safety can be of special significance. It is, therefore, particularly recommended that the replacement of there parts must be made by exactly the same parts.-4-SpecificationsThis symbol on the nameplate means the product is Listed by Underwriters Laboratories Inc. It is designed and manufactured to meet rigid U.L. safety stan-dards against risk of fire, casualty and electrical hazards.Mechanical Information ProjectorType Multi-mediaProjector Dimensions(WxHxD) 13.19"x3.14"x9.39"(335mmx79.7mmx238.4mm)(Notincludingadjustablefeet) NetWeight 6.83lbs(3.1kgs) FeetAdjustment 0to10.0 Panel resolution LCDPanelSystem 0.6"TFTActiveMatrixtype,3panels PanelResolution 1,024x768dots NumberofPixels 2,359,296(1,024x768x3panels) Signal compatibility ColorSystem PAL,SECAM,NTSC,NTSC4.43,PAL-M,PAL-N HighDefinitionTVSignal 480i,480p,575i,575p,720p,1035i,and1080i ScanningFrequency H-sync.15~100kHz,V-sync.50~100Hz optical Information ProjectionImageSize(Diagonal) Adjustablefrom40"to300" ProjectionLens F1.65~1.81lenswithf22.5~27mmwithmanualzoomandfocus ThrowDistance 4.6-41.3(1.4m-12.6m) ProjectionLamp PLC-XU75:200W PLC-XU78:220W Interface VideoInputJack RCATypex1 S-VidedoInputJack MiniDIN4pinx1 AudioInputJacks RCATypex2 ComputerInput1/ComponentInputTerminal AnlaogRGB(MiniD-sub15pin)Terminalx1 ComputerInput2/MonitorOutputTerminal AnlaogRGB(MiniD-sub15pin)Terminalx1(In/Outswitchable) Computer/ComponentAudioInputJack MiniJack(stereo)x1 ServicePortConnector MiniDIN8pinx1 AudioOutputJack MiniJack(stereo)x1(Variable)

Audio InternalAudioAmp 1.0WRMS Built-inSpeaker 1speaker,1.1"(28mm)

Power VoltageandPowerConsumption AC100~120V(3.2AMax.Ampere),50/60Hz(TheU.S.AandCanada) AC200~240V(1.6AMax.Ampere),50/60Hz(ContinentalEuropeandTheU.K.) operating environment OperatingTemperature 41F~95F(5C~35C) StorageTemperature 14F~140F(-10C~60C)

remote control Battery AAorLR61.5VALKALINETYPEx2 OperatingRange 16.4(5m)/30 Dimensions 1.9(W)x0.87(H)x5.7(D)(49mmx22mmx145.3mm) NetWeight 3.53oz(100g)(includingbatteries) Thespecificationsaresubjecttochangewithoutnotice. LCDpanelsaremanufacturedtothehighestpossiblestandards.Eventhough99.99%ofthepixelsareeffective,atinyfractionofthepixels(0.01%orless)maybeineffectivebythecharacteristicsoftheLCDpanels.-5-FuseA fuse is located inside of the projector. When the POWER indicator is not lightning, the fuse may be opened. Check the fuse as follow-ing steps.The fuse should be used with the following type;Fuse Part No.: 323 021 7804 tYPe t6.3AH 250V FuSeLIttLe FuSe INc. tYPe 21506.3How to replace the fuse1. The fuse is placed on the filter board. Remove the cabinet top following to the Cabinet Disassembly. . Take the fuse off, and replace the new one with the specified type.Lamp cover switchThe lamp cover switch (SW901) cuts off the drive signal to the lamp circuit when the lamp cover is removed or not closed completely. After opening the lamp cover for replacing the lamp assy, place the lamp cover correctly otherwise the projector can not turn on.Thermal switchThere is the thermal switch (SW90) inside of the projector to detect the internal temperature rising abnormally. When the internal tem-perature reaches near 100C, the thermal switch opens to stop the operation of the power supply circuit.The thermal switch cannot be reset itself automatically even if the internal temperature becomes normal. Reset the thermal switch following to the below procedure.How to reset the thermal switch1. Remove the cabinet top.. Press the reset button on the thermal switch.cAutIoN:Before press the reset button, make sure that the AC cord must be disconnected from the AC outlet.This projector provides the following circuit protections to operate in safety. If the abnormality occurs inside the projec-tor, it will automatically turn off by operating one of the following protection circuits.Thermal switch (SW90)FuseCircuit Protections-6-Circuit ProtectionsWarning temperature and power failure protectionThe projector will be automatically turned off when the internal temperature of the projector is abnormally high, or the cooling fans stop spinning, or the power supplies in the projector are failed.- If the WARNING indicator is flashing, it may detect the abnormal temperature inside the projector. Check the follow-ing possible causes and wait until the WARNING indicator stops flashing, and then try to turn on the projector. - If the WARNING indicator lights red, it may defect the cooling fans or power supply circuits. Check fans operation and power supply lines referring to the chapter Power supply & protection circuit in the Chassis Block Diagram section.Possible causes- Air filters are clogged with dust particles. Remove dust from the air filters by following instructions in the Air filter care and cleaning below.- Ventilation slots of the projector are blocked. In such an event, reposition the projector so that ventilation slots are not obstructed.- Check if projector is used at higher temperature place (Normal operating temperature is 5 to 35 C or 41 to 95F)Air filter care and cleaningAir filters prevent dust from accumulating on the optical elements inside the projector. Should the air filters become clogged with dust particles, it will reduce cooling fans effectiveness and may result in internal heat build up and ad-versely affect the life of the projector. Clean the air filters following the steps below.1. Turn off the projector, and disconnect the AC power cord from the AC outlet.. Turn over the projector and remove the air filters by pull-ing the latches upward.3. Clean the air filters with a brush or rinse them softly.4. When cleaning the air filters by rinsing, dry them well. Re-place the air filters properly. Make sure that the air filters are fully inserted.cAutIoN:Do not operate the projector with the air filters removed. Dust may accumulate on the LCD panel and the projection mirror degrading picture quality.Do not put small parts into the air intake vents. It may result in malfunction of the projector.recoMMeNdAtIoN:We recommend avoiding dusty/smoky environments when operating the projector. Usage in theseenvironments may cause poor image quality.When using the projector under dusty or smoky conditions, dust may accumulate on a lens, LCD panels, or optical elements inside the projector. This condition may degrade the quality of a projected image. When the symptoms above are noticed, contact your authorized dealer or service station for proper cleaning.Air filters-7-This projector provides security functions such as "Key lock", "PIN code lock" and "Logo PIN code lock". When the pro-jector has set these security function on, you are required to enter correct PIN code to use the projector. If you do not know the correct PIN code to the projector, the projector can no longer be operated or started. In this case, you must reset those function first according to the resetting procedure described below and then check up on the projector. Security Function NoticeResetting procedure1 Disconnect the AC power cord from the AC outlet.2 As pressing the SeLect button on the projector, connect the AC power cord into an AC outlet again. Keep pressing the SeLect button until the POWER indicator lights continuously. This is complete the resetting of the security function. The PIN code lock and Logo PIN code lock are reset as the initial PIN code at the factory and the Key lock function is disabled.Please refer to the owner's manual for further information of the security functions.Function descriptionKey lockLocks operation of the top control or the remote con-trol.If the Key lock is enabled with top control lock, the pro-jector can no longer be started.Initial setting: Key lock function is disabledPIN code lockPrevents the projector from being operated by an un-authorized person.Initial code: 1234Logo PIN code lockPrevents an unauthorized person for changing the start-up logo on the screen.Initial code: 4321-8-Lamp ReplacementHow to check Lamp Used TimeThe LAMP REPLACE indicator will light yellow when the total lamp used time (Corresponding value) reaches 3,000 hours. This is to indicate that lamp replacement is required.The total lamp used time is calculated by using the be-low expression,Total lamp used time = teco + tnormal x teco: used time in the Eco mode tnormal : used time in the Normal modeYou can check the lamp used time following to the below procedure.1 Press and hold the oN/StANd-BY button on the pro-jector for more than 0 seconds.2 The projector used time and lamp used time will be displayed on the screen briefly as follows. Lamp replacementWArNING:- For continued safety, replace with a lamp assembly of the same type. - Allow the projector to cool for at least 45 minutes before you open the lamp cover. The inside of the projector can become very hot.- Do not drop the lamp module or touch the glass bulb! The glass can shatter and cause injury.Procedure1 Turn off the projector and disconnect the AC cord. 2 Loosen 1 screw with a screwdriver and remove the lamp cover.3 Loosen w screws and pull out the lamp assembly by grasping the ledges.4 Replace the lamp with a new one and tighten the screws back into position. Make sure that the lamp is set properly. Replace the lamp cover and tighten the screw.5 Connect the AC cord to the projector and turn on.6 Reset the lamp replacement counter, see below explanation.Note- The projector cannot be turned-on with lamp cover removed, because when the lamp cover is removed, the lamp cover switch is also re-leased to switch off the lamp circuit.How to reset Lamp Replace Counter1 Turn the projector on, press the MeNu button and the On-Screen Menu will appear. Press the 7 or 8 but-ton to move the red frame pointer to the Setting Menu icon.2 Press the d button to move the red frame pointer to the Lamp counter reset item and then press the Se-Lect button. Select "Reset" and press the SeLect button. The message "Lamp replace counter Reset?" is displayed. Move the pointer to [Yes] and then press the SeLect button.* Refer to owner's manual for further information.recommendationShould the air filter become clogged with dust particles, it will reduce the cooling fans effectiveness and may re-sult in internal heat build up and short lamp life. We rec-ommend cleaning the air filter after the projection lamp is replaced.Refer to Air Filter Cleaning. LampLamp CoverScrewScrewCounter Projector 525H Lamp Normal 150H Eco 375H Corresponding value 675HTotal lamp used timeProjector used timeorder rePLAceMeNt LAMPType No. Parts No. POA-LMP115 610 334 9565WArNING : turN oFF tHe uV LAMP BeFore oPeNING tHe LAMP coVer. uSe uV rAdIAtIoN eYe ANd SKIN ProtectIoN durING SerVIceING.Screw-9-z Cabinet Top & R/C Board removalMechanical DisassemblyMechanical disassembly should be made following procedures in numerical or-der.Following steps show the basic procedures, therefore unnecessary step may be ignored.Caution: The parts and screws should be placed exactly the same position as the original otherwise it may cause loss of performance and product safety. Screws Expression (Type Diameter x Length) mm T type M TypeControlButtonsR/C BoardFig.1(M3x8)x6Cabinet Top-10-x Main Board, Filter Board removalMechanical DisassemblyMain boardAV PanelFig.2(M.5x8)x5(Mx4)(T3x6)x(M3x6)x-11-Mechanical Disassemblyc Fan (FN901, FN902, FN906) removalFig.3Lamp Duct BottomSpacerBallast socketFN90FN906FN901(M.5x8)(M3x7.5)(T3x8)x(M.5x6)Lamp Duct TopSpeaker-1-Mechanical DisassemblyFig.4v Ballast, Power Board, SW901, SW902 removalBallast BoardThermal Switch (SW90)(T3x6)x(T3x6)(T3x6)x3(M4x8)(T3x6)x(M4x8)(T3x6)xLamp Cover Switch (SW901)Power Board-13-Mechanical DisassemblyFig.5b Filter Board, Optical Unit removalFilter BoardOptical Unit(T3x8)x6(M4x8)(T3x8)x(M3x7.5)-14-(T3x30)(T3x30)FN904FN903FN905(T3x8)x3(T3x8)n Fan (FN903, FN904, FN905) removalPanel Duct TopPanel Duct BottomFig.6-15-(M.5x8)x4Optical Parts DisassemblyBefore taking this procedure, remove Cabinet Top , Cabinet Front and Main Board following to the Mechanical Disas-sembly.Disassembly requires a .0mm hex wrench.z Projection lens removalOptical UnitProjection LensFig.1z Integrator lens-in disassemblyHooksIntegrator lens-inIntegrator Lens-In Ass'y(M.5x5)xFig.2* Rugged surface (Behind)Note: When removing the projection lens, remove the optical unit from the cabinet bottom first.-16-c Relay lens disassemblyRelay lensRelay lens Ass'y(M.5x5)xSpringv Polarized glass-in disassemblyPolarized glassPolarized glass-in Ass'y(M.5x5)x1Film side* Mount the polarized glasses as the film attached side comes to the prism side.Fig.3Fig.4-17-(M3x10)(Bottom side)Optical Pats Disassemblyb LCD Panel/Prism Assy removalLCD Panel/ Prism Assy(M.5x4)xIMPortANt NotIce on Lcd Panel/Prism Ass'y replacement LCD panels used for this model can not be replaced separately. Do not disassemble the LCD Panel/Prism Assy. These LCD panels are installed with precision at the factory. When replacing the LCD panel, should be replaced whole of the LCD panels and prism assy at once. After replacing LCD Panel/Prism assy, please check the following points.- Check that there is no color shading at the top, bottom, left or right of the screen. If there is, try to remove the shading following to the chapter Optical Adjustment.- Check the white balance. If it needs the adjustment, adjust the white balance following to the White Balance Adjustment , Gamma Adjustment and Common Centre Adjustment in the chapter Electrical Adjustment.- Check the white uniformity on the screen. If you find the color shading at the some part of the screen, it needs to take the color shading adjustment. This adjustment should be performed by a computer and it also requires a special software Color Shading Correction. The software will be supplied separately and can be ordered as follows; coLor SHAdING correctIoN Ver. 4.00 Service Parts No. 645 075 9611Fig.5-1-18-L3P06X-85G001-B-1234A1-85G00L3P06X-86G001-B-1234A1-86G00L3P06X-65G001-B-1234A1-65G00L3P06X-66G001-B-1234A1-66G00G-LCD PANELOptical Parts DisassemblyPanel Type CheckThere are types of LCD Panel/Prism Ass'y for this model. Either L-Type or R-Type LCD Panel/Prism Ass'y is used on the projector. Check which type of LCD Panel/Prism Ass'y is used with the figure below.When replacing the LCD Panel/Prism Ass'y, you need to take "Panel Type Check and Setting" on the Electrical Adjust-ment for the replaced LCD Panel/Prism Ass'y.The gamma-characteristics is different between L-Type and R-Type LCD Panel/Prism Ass'y.How to check the type of LcdPanel/Prism Ass'yCheck the printed number on the flat cable of the G-LCD Panel.L-type Lcd Panel/Prism Ass'y r-type Lcd Panel/Prism Ass'yFig.5-2Model PLC-XU78Model PLC-XU75-19-(M3x8)x(Mx)(Mx)(Mx)(Blue)(red)(Mx4)Optical Pats Disassemblyn Polarized glass-out, Pre-polarized glass removalPolarized Glass(G)Pre-Polarized Glass(G)* Mount the polarized glasses as the film attached side comes to the LCD panel side.Film(Green)Pre-Polarized Glass(B)Fig.6n Optical Unit Top removalOptical Unit Top-APolarized Glass(B)Fig.7Polarized Glass(B)FilmOptical Unit Top-B(M3x8)x4-0-581692347710AAB8Fig.8Optical Parts DisassemblyWhen mounting or assembling the optical parts in the opti-cal unit, the parts must be mounted in the specified loca-tion and direction as shown in figure below., Locations and DirectionsNo. Parts Name1 Integrator lens (OUT) Prism beam splitter (PBS)3 Condenser lens (OUT)4 Dichroic mirror (B)5 Dichroic mirror (G)6 Condenser lens (G)7 Mirror (R)8 Condenser lens (R)9 Condenser lens (B)10 Mirror (B)581692347710AAB8Slit The arrows in the figure indicate the mount direction of the part for the replacement. Check the number on the arrows and mount each part according to its note;A: The printed part no. comes to this side.B: Rugged surface comes to this side.-1- : Adjustment necessary : Check necessaryAdjustments after Parts ReplacementAdjustmentsdisassembly / replaced PartsLcd/Prism AssyIntegratorLens (out)relayLens (out)Polarized GlassPower Board Main Boardr G Boptical AdjustmentsContrastAdjustmentR-Contrastadjustment G-Contrastadjustment B-Contrastadjustment Integratorlensadjustment Relaylens-outadjustment electrical AdjustmentsPaneltypecheckandsetting Fancontroladjustment Auto-calibration[PC] Auto-calibration[Component] Auto-calibration[Video] Commoncenteradjustment 50%whiteadjustment[PC] Whitebalanceadjustment[PC] 50%whiteadjustment[Video] Whitebalanceadjustment[Video] Whiteuniformityadjustment --Optical Adjustments[Before Adjustment]- Input a 100% of black raster signal.1 Loosen a screw A (Fig.1) on the polarized glass mounting base which you intend to adjust.2 Adjust the slot B to obtain the darkest brightness on the screen by using a slot screwdriver.3 Tighten the screw A to fix the polarized glass mounting base.Repeat steps 1 to 3 for remaining polarized glasses.Fig.1Polarized glass mounting baseAContrast adjustmentBefore taking optical adjustments below, remove the Cabinet Top following to the Mechanical Disassembly.Adjustments require a .0mm hex wrench and a slot screwdriver. When you adjust Integrator lens or Relay lens adjustment, you need to disconnect FPC cables of LCD panels on the main board. Optical adjustment requires a .0mm hex wrench and a slot screwdriver.Note: Do not disconnect connectors on the main board, because the projector cannot turn on due to operate the power failure protection.WArNING : uSe uV rAdIAtIoN eYe ANd SKIN Pro-tectIoN durING SerVIceINGcAutIoN: to prevent suffer of uV radiation, those adjustment must be completed within 25 minutes.Slot B-3-Optical AdjustmentsFig.2-2Moving of Slot dSlot dcyxWhiteSlot dWhite1 Turn the projector on by a state of without FPC cables.2 Project all of lights on the screen.3 Adjust the adjustment base of integrator lens assy to make color uniformity in white. 1) If the shading appears on the left or right of the screen as shown in Fig.2-1, loosen 1 screw A , and adjust the slot B to make color uniformity in white by using a slot screwdriver. ) If the shading appears on the top or bottom of the screen as shown in Fig.2-2, loosen screws c, and adjust the slots d to make color uniformity in white by using a slot screwdriver4 Tighten screws A and c to fix the Integrator lens unit.Note:The relay lens adjustment must be carried out after completing this adjustment.Integrator lens adjustmentabMoving of slot BFig.2-1 Slot BAa byx-4-abFig.3ASlot Bb a White1 Turn the projector on by a state of without FPC cables.2 Project all of lights on the screen.3 Adjust the adjustment base of relay lens assy to make color unifor-mity in white.If the shading appears on the left or right of the screen as shown in Fig.3, loosen 1 screw A, and adjust the slot B to make color unifor-mity in white by using a slot screwdriver.4 Tighten the screws A to fix the relay lens unit.Relay lens-Out adjustmentOptical Adjustments-5-to enter the service modeTo enter the Service Mode, press and hold the MeNu and SeLect button for more than 3 seconds. The service menu appears on the screen as follows.to adjust service dataSelect the adjustment group no. by pressing the MeNu button (increase) or SeLect button (decrease), and select the adjustment item no. by pressing the pointer e or d button, and change the data value by pressing the 7 or 8 button. Refer to the Service Adjustment Data Table for further description of adjustment group no., item no. and data value.to exit the service modeTo exit the service mode, press the oN/StANd-BY button.Service Adjustment Menu OperationMemory IC on the main board stores the data for the service adjustments, and should not be replaced except for the case of defective device.If replaced, the re-adjustments are required following to the Electrical Adjustments.The data of lamp replacement counter is stored in the Memory IC.Please note that the lamp replace counter will be reset when the memory IC is replaced.(Lamp replace counter cannot be set to the previous value.) caution to memory Ic replacementWhen memory IC is replaced with new one, the CPU writes down the default data of the service adjustments to the replaced IC as the mentioned on the service ad-justment table. As these data are not the same data as factory shipped data, it should be required to perform the re-adjustments following to the Electrical Adjust-ments.Please note that in this case the lamp replace counter will be reset. caution of Main Board replacement (in the case memory Ic is not defective)When the main board is replaced, memory IC should be replaced with the one on previous main board. After replacement, it should be required to perform the re-ad-justments following to the Electrical Adjustments.In this case, the lamp replace counter can be kept the value as before.Memory IC (IC1371) ReplacementService ModeInput VideoGroup No. Data 0 0 32 Ver. 1 .00Data value Item No.Electrical AdjustmentsGroup No.-6-[Adjustment Condition] Input signal Video signal ....................... 1.0Vp-p/75W terminated, 16 steps gray scale (Composite video signal) Computer signal ................... 0.7Vp-p/75W terminated, 16 steps gray scale pattern Component Video signal ...... 0.7Vp-p/75W terminated, 16 steps gray scale (Component video signal with 480p, 575p, 70p or 1080i format) Picture control mode ........ STANDARD mode unless otherwise not-ed.Note:* Please refer to Service Adjustment Menu Operation for entering the service mode and adjusting the service data.White 100%Black 100%Circuit AdjustmentsCAUTION: The each circuit has been made by the fine adjustment at factory. Do not attempt to adjust the following adjustments except requiring the readjustments in servicing otherwise it may cause loss of performance and product safety.Electrical Adjustments16 steps gray scale patternAfter replacing the Power Board readjust the Output volt-age adjustment as follows.1. Connect a digital voltmeter to pins 1 (+) and 3 (-) of K6d.. Adjust the voltage by using VR611 as following. AC Input Reading 30V 370V VCaution:Be sure to connect the lamp when taking this adjustment.* This adjustment is not required even if the power board is replaced because this adjustment is carried out be-fore parts shipment.Output Voltage adjustment* Before setting, you need to check which type of LCD pan-el is placed on the projector according to the item "LCD Panel/Prism Ass'y removal" in the chapter "Optical Parts Disassembly".1. Enter the service mode.. Panel Type CheckSelect group no. 290, item no. 0. Check the data value as follows; Data value: 0 For L-Type of LCD Panel Data value: 0 For R-Type of LCD panel3. Panel Type SettingSelect group no. 290, item no. 1 and change data value from 10 to 0 or 0 depending on your LCD Panel type. When the data value reaches 0 or 0, it returns to 10 quickly. The gamma-characteristics changes ac-cording to your selection.Note:Be careful to take this adjustment. The value of gamma adjustment data will be reset and cannot be restored if you change the mode of LCD panel type.z Panel Type Check and SettingWArNING : uSe uV rAdIAtIoN eYe ANd SKIN ProtectIoN durING SerVIcING.cAutIoN: to prevent suffer of uV radiation, those adjustments must be completed within 25 minutes.-7-Electrical Adjustments1. Enter the service mode.. Receive the 16-step grey scale computer signal with computer1 [rGB] mode.3. To start the auto-calibration for PC adjustment, select group no. 260, item no. 0 and then change data value from 0 to 1. After the auto-calibration com-pleted, "OK" will appear on the screen.c Auto Calibration adjustment [PC]1. Enter the service mode.. Connect a digital voltmeter to test point tPFANA (+) and chassis ground (-). Select group no. 250, item no. 0 and change data value to adjust voltage to be 5.0 0.1V.3. Connect a digital voltmeter to test point tPFANB (+) and chassis ground (-). Select item no. 2 and change data value to adjust voltage to be 5.0 0.1V.4. Connect a digital voltmeter to test point tPFANA (+) and chassis ground (-). Select item no. 94 and change data value to adjust voltage to be 13.5 0.1V.5. Connect a digital voltmeter to test point tPFANB (+) and chassis ground (-). Select item no. 96 and change data value to adjust voltage to be 13.5 0.1V.x Fan Control adjustment Pedestal adjustment [Pc]1. Enter the service mode.. Receive the 16-step grey scale computer signal with computer1 [rGB] mode.3. Connect an oscilloscope to test point tP_G1 (+) and chassis ground (-).4. Select group no. 0, item no. 0 and change data value to adjust the pedestal level and black level to be the same level.5. Connect an oscilloscope to test point tP_r1 (+) and chassis ground (-).6. Select item no. 1 and change data value to adjust the pedestal level and black level to be the same level.7. Connect an oscilloscope to test point tP_B1 (+) and chassis ground (-).8. Select item no. 2 and change data value to adjust the pedestal level and black level to be the same level.Pedestal LebelBlack LebelGain adjustment [Pc]1. Enter the service mode.. Receive the 16-step grey scale computer signal with computer1 [rGB] mode.3. Connect an oscilloscope to test point tP35G (+) and chassis ground (-).4. Select group no. 0, item no. 3 and adjust the ampli-tude a to be minimum by changing the Data value.5. Connect an oscilloscope to test point tP35r (+) and chassis ground (-).6. Select group no. 0, item no. 4 and adjust the ampli-tude a to be minimum by changing the Data value.7. Connect an oscilloscope to test point tP35B (+) and chassis ground (-).8. Select group no. 0, item no. 5 and adjust the ampli-tude a to be minimum by changing the Data value.(a)White LevelBelow adjustments are performed when the above auto calibration is failed.-8-Electrical AdjustmentsGain adjustment [component]1. Enter the service mode.. Receive the 16-step grey scale 480i-component signal with computer1 [component] mode.3. Connect an oscilloscope to test point tP_G1 (+) and chassis ground (-).4. Select group no. 0, item no. 3 and adjust the ampli-tude a to be minimum by changing the Data value.(a)White Level1. Enter the service mode.. Receive the 16-step grey scale composite video sig-nal with Video [Video] mode.3. To start the auto-calibration for Component adjust-ment, select group no. 260, item no. 0 and then change data value from 0 to 1. After the auto-cali-bration completed, "OK" will appear on the screen.b Auto Calibration adjustment [Video]Gain adjustment [Video]1. Enter the service mode.. Receive the 16-step grey scale composite video signal with Video [Video] mode.3. Connect an oscilloscope to test point tP_G1 (+) and chassis ground (-).4. Select group no. 20, item no. 0 and adjust the ampli-tude a to be minimum by changing the Data value.(a)White Levelbelow adjustment is performed when the above auto calibration is failed.Pedestal adjustment [component]1. Enter the service mode.. Receive the 16-step grey scale 480i-component signal with computer1 [component] mode.3. Connect an oscilloscope to test point tP_G1 (+) and chassis ground (-).4. Select group no. 0, item no. 0 and change data value to adjust the pedestal level and black level to be the same level.5. Connect an oscilloscope to test point tP_r1 (+) and chassis ground (-).6. Select item no. 1 and change data value to adjust the pedestal level and black level to be the same level.7. Connect an oscilloscope to test point tP_B1 (+) and chassis ground (-).8. Select item no. 2 and change data value to adjust the pedestal level and black level to be the same level.Pedestal LebelBlack Lebel1. Enter the service mode.. Receive the 16-step grey scale 480i-component sig-nal with computer1 [component] mode.3. To start the auto-calibration for Component adjust-ment, select group no. 260, item no. 0 and then change data value from 0 to 1. After the auto-cali-bration completed, "OK" will appear on the screen.Below adjustments are performed when the above auto calibration is failed.v Auto Calibration adjustment [Component]-9-1. Receive the 16-step grey scale composite video sig-nal with Video mode.. Enter the service mode.3. Connect an oscilloscope to test point tP_G1 (+) and chassis ground (-).4. Select group no. 100, item no. 6 and change data value to adjust amplitude a to be 2.2 0.1V.(a)white levelwhite level. 50% White adjustment [Video]1. Receive the 16-step grey scale composite video sig-nal with Video mode.. Enter the service mode, select group no. 100 item no. 7 (Red) or 8 (Blue), and change Data values respectively to make a proper white balance.Confirm that the same white balance is obtained in video and computer input. 0 White Balance adjustment [Video]Note On White Uniformity AdjustmentIf you find the color shading on the screen, please ad-just the white uniformity by using the proper computer and Color Shading Correction software supplied sep-arately. The software can be ordered as follows;coLor SHAdING correctIoN Ver. 4.00Service Parts No. 645 075 96111. Enter the service mode, . Receive the 16-step gray scale computer signal with computer1 [rGB] mode.3. Select group no. 100 item no. 7 (Red) or 8 (Blue), and change Data values respectively to make a prop-er white balance.Confirm that the same white balance is obtained in video and computer input. , White Balance adjustment [PC]1. Enter the service mode.. Receive the 16-step grey scale computer signal with computer1 [rGB] mode.3. Connect an oscilloscope to test point tP_G1 (+) and chassis ground (-).4. Select group no. 100, item no. 6 and change data value to adjust amplitude a to be 1.6 0.1V.(a)white levelwhite levelm 50% White adjustment [PC]1. Enter the service mode.. Receive the 50%-Whole Gray computer signal with computer1 [rGB] mode.3. Select group no. 100, item no. 92 and change data value to 2 to reduce the panel frequency.4. Project only green light component to the screen.5. Select group no. 101, item no. 1 and change data value to obtain the minimum flicker on the screen.6. Project only red light component to the screen.7. Select item no. 0 and change data value to obtain the minimum flicker on the screen.8. Project only blue light component to the screen.9. Select item no. 2 and change data value to obtain the minimum flicker on the screen.10. Select group no. 100, item no. 92 and change data value to 0 to reset the panel frequency.n Common Center adjustment-30-K10AK 1 0 BK 3 0 BK8RK20AK 2 0 BK40BK 8 0 1IC561K 5 BK5GK5RK6BK 6 JK 6 KK 6 NK6RK8DK 8 FK8HK 8 SK406I C 5 0 1IC531TP_G1TP_R1TP_B1TPFANATPFANBElectrical AdjustmentsMAIN BoArdTest Points and Locations-31-Electrical AdjustmentsService Adjustment Data TableThese initial values are the reference data written from the CPU ROM to memory IC when replaced new memory IC. The adjustment items indicated with are required to readjust fol-lowing to the Electrical adjustments. Other items should be used with the initial data value.Group/ItemITEM NAME FUNCTION INITIAL RANGE NOTEGroup 0 AD Converter (PW190)0 ADCG-OFFSET PC/Component/SCART PLC-XU78:128/120/128PLC-XU75:128/128/128 0-255 *GPedestalManualAdjustment1 ADCR-OFFSET PC/Component/SCART 128/140/128 0-255 *RPedestalManualAdjustment2 ADCB-OFFSET PC/Component/SCART 128/140/128 0-255 *BPedestalManualAdjustment3 ADCG-GAIN PC/Component/SCART PLC-XU78:50/50/50PLC-XU75:40/30/40 0-255 *GGainManualAdjustment4 ADCR-GAIN PC/Component/SCART 40/40/40 0-255 *RGainManualAdjustment5 ADCB-GAIN PC/Component/SCART 40/40/40 0-255 *BGainManualAdjustment6 GRAAFLTR/RBAAFLTR Green(RedandBlue)Anti-AliasFilter 4/R/R 0-77 GRNAADWNSMPL/RBAADWNSMPLGreen(RedandBlue)Anti-AliasDownsample 0/R/R 0-3 Composite&S-Video/Component/PC8 GRNAAHF/RBAAHF Green(RedandBlue)Anti-AliasHighFrequency 3/R/R 0-3 *R:Readonlyvalue10 SOGTH PC/Component/SCARTSyncOnGreenThrehould 6/3/2 0-1511 SOGHYSDIS PC/Component/SCARTSyncOnGreenHsysterisisEnable0 0-112 HS1TH 4 0-713 HS0TH 4 0-7100 PreCoastPCSignal 3 0-63101 PostCoastPCSignal 8 0-63120 PreCoastPCVideo480i 7 0-63121 PostCoastPCVideo480i 13 0-63122 PreCoastPCVideo575i 7 0-63123 PostCoastPCVideo575i 13 0-63124 PreCoastPCVideo480p 7 0-63125 PostCoastPCVideo480p 13 0-63126 PreCoastPCVideo575p 7 0-63127 PostCoastPCVideo575p 13 0-63128 PreCoastPCVideo720p60Hz 7 0-63129 PostCoastPCVideo720p60Hz 13 0-63130 PreCoastPCVideo720p50Hz 7 0-63131 PostCoastPCVideo720p50Hz 13 0-63132 PreCoastPCVideo1080i60Hz 7 0-63133 PostCoastPCVideo1080i60Hz 13 0-63134 PreCoastPCVideo1080i50Hz 7 0-63135 PostCoastPCVideo1080i50Hz 13 0-63136 PreCoastPCVideo1035i 7 0-63137 PostCoastPCVideo1035i 13 0-63138 PreCoastPCVideo1080p60Hz 7 0-63139 PostCoastPCVideo1080p60Hz 13 0-63140 PreCoastPCVideo1080p50Hz 7 0-63141 PostCoastPCVideo1080p50Hz 13 0-63142 PreCoastPCVideo1080p30Hz 7 0-63143 PostCoastPCVideo1080p30Hz 13 0-63144 PreCoastPCVideo1080p25Hz 7 0-63145 PostCoastPCVideo1080p25Hz 13 0-63146 PreCoastPCVideo1080p24Hz 7 0-63147 PostCoastPCVideo1080p24Hz 13 0-63150 PreCoastYCbCr480i 7 0-63151 PostCoastYCbCr480i 13 0-63152 PreCoastYCbCr575i 7 0-63153 PostCoastYCbCr575i 13 0-63154 PreCoastYCbCr480p 7 0-63155 PostCoastYCbCr480p 13 0-63156 PreCoastYCbCr575p 7 0-63157 PostCoastYCbCr575p 13 0-63158 PreCoastYCbCr720p60Hz 7 0-63159 PostCoastYCbCr720p60Hz 13 0-63160 PreCoastYCbCr720p50Hz 7 0-63-3-Electrical AdjustmentsGroup/ItemITEM NAME FUNCTION INITIAL RANGE NOTE161 PostCoastYCbCr720p50Hz 13 0-63162 PreCoastYCbCr1080i60Hz 7 0-63163 PostCoastYCbCr1080i60Hz 13 0-63164 PreCoastYCbCr1080i50Hz 7 0-63165 PostCoastYCbCr1080i50Hz 13 0-63166 PreCoastYCbCr1035i 7 0-63167 PostCoastYCbCr1035i 13 0-63180 PreCoastSCART480i 7 0-63181 PostCoastSCART480i 13 0-63182 PreCoastSCART575i 7 0-63183 PostCoastSCART575i 13 0-63Group 10 Sync Processor0 SYNCAMPHLCKTOLOW MinimumsyncamplitudethresholdforHLCK1to0tansition 0x1000 0-99991 SYNCAMPHLCKTOHI MinimumsyncamplitudethresholdforHLCK0to1tansition 0x700 0-9999Group 20 Video Decoder *R:ReadOnlyValue0 YLevel Composite/S-Video-YLevel(ADCRGBGain) 10/10 0-255 *GGainManualAdjustment1 CLevel Composite/S-Video-CLevel(ADCSaturation) 115/115 0-255 Composite/S-Video23 XCXLLevel Cross-Chroma,Cross-LumaLevel 3 0-54 C2DNBANDWIDTH Comb2DNarrowBandwidth 3/3 0-3 NTSC/PAL5 C2DWBANDWIDTH Comb2DWideBandwidth 4/4 0-7 NTSC/PAL6 C2DCNMINLEAK Comb2DChromaNarrowBandMinimumLeakage 0/3 0-3 LeftValuesareadjustableifCXCLLevel=5.7 C2DCNSLOPELEAK Comb2DNarrowBandSlopeLeakage 7/7 0-7 NTSC/PAL8 C2DCWMINLEAK Comb2DWideBandMinimumLeakage 1/3 0-3 NTSC/PAL9 C2DCWSLOPELEAK Comb2DCWSlopeLeakage 6/6 0-7 NTSC/PAL10 COMBLEAK2BPGAIN CombLeakToBanPassGain 1/0 0-3 NTSC/PAL11 C2DBDIAGONALGAIN Comb2DBandPassDiagonalGain 1/3 0-3 NTSC/PAL12 C2DNBCWBCLGAIN Comb2DNarrowBandCombWideBandComb 1/1 0-3 NTSC/PAL13 RLUMASETUP-Enable 7.5IRESetupEnable 0 0-1 EffectiveonlyNTSCSignalGroup 40 General0 IPMode SetsforIPOff 1 0-1 0:IPBlocknotused1:IPOFFusedwithIPBlock1 3:2PullDownMode 1 1-3 bit0:GlobalMotionbit1:VideoMotion2 DetectFilmModeEnable 0 0-20:2:3pulldown&2:2pulldown1:2:3pulldown2:2:2pulldown3 ForceIPMode 2 0-20:IPProcessDisable1:ForceNormalIPMode2:ForceFilmModeEffectiveonlyforPSFSignal.Group 41 Deinterlacer setting EffectiveonlyforProgressiveON-L1mode.0 MotionAdaptiveWeightValue 30 0-2551 AngleInterpolationLevel 0:Conservative4:Aggressive 4 0-42 CUELowPassFilterEnable 0 0-1Group 42 Deinterlacer setting EffectiveonlyforProgressiveON-L2mode.0 MotionAdaptiveWeightValue 0 0-2551 AngleInterpolationLevel 0:Conservative4:Aggressive 2 0-42 CUELowPassFilterEnable 0 0-1Group 43 Deinterlacer setting EffectiveonlyforProgressiveON/Filmmode.0 MotionAdaptiveWeightValue 30 0-2551 AngleInterpolationLevel 0:Conservative4:Aggressive 4 0-42 CUELowPassFilterEnable 0 0-1Group 45 Noise Reduction (Time) EffectiveonlyforN.R-Off0 NoisePixelRange / 1 0-21 NoiseRegion0 / 12 0-10232 NoiseRegion1 / 24 0-10233 NoiseRegion2 / 40 0-10234 NoiseGainLevel / 0 0-255-33-Electrical AdjustmentsGroup/ItemITEM NAME FUNCTION INITIAL RANGE NOTEGroup 47 Noise Reduction (Time) EffectiveonlyforN.RL10 NoisePixelRange / 1 0-21 NoiseRegion0 / 12 0-10232 NoiseRegion1 / 24 0-10233 NoiseRegion2 / 40 0-10234 NoiseGainLevel / 50 0-255Group 49 Noise Reduction (Time) EffectiveonlyforN.RL20 NoisePixelRange / 1 0-21 NoiseRegion0 / 12 0-10232 NoiseRegion1 / 24 0-10233 NoiseRegion2 / 40 0-10234 NoiseGainLevel / 100 0-255Group 50 2:2pull down setting0 22FilmModeSensitivity FilmDetectionSensitivity 4 1-51 22FilmModeThresholdLow 80 0-327672 22FilmModeThresholdHigh 120 0-327673 VOFTHR13 124 0-1023 Readonly4 VOFTHR12 124 0-1023 Readonly5 VOFTHR23 124 0-1023 Readonly6 VideoMotionWindowStartX 10 0-2047 RangeofdetectiveforFilmmode7 VideoMotionWindowStopX 10 0-2047 RangeofdetectiveforFilmmode8 VideoMotionWindowStartY 10 0-1023 RangeofdetectiveforFilmmode9 VideoMotionWindowStopY 10 0-1023 RangeofdetectiveforFilmmodeGroup 51 2:3pull down setting0 GlobalMotionSensitivity FilmDetectionSensitivity 4 1-51 VideoMotionSensitivity FilmDetectionSensitivity 4 1-52 VideoMotionThresholdLow 120 0-327673 VideoMotionThresholdHigh 180 0-327674 GlobalMotionThreshold 124 0-1024 Readonly5 23FilmModeThreshold 100 0-327676 GlobalMotionWindowStartX 10 0-2047 RangeofdetectiveforFilmmode7 GlobalMotionWindowStopX 10 0-2047 RangeofdetectiveforFilmmode8 GlobalMotionWindowStartY 10 0-1023 RangeofdetectiveforFilmmode9 GlobalMotionWindowStopY 10 0-1023 RangeofdetectiveforFilmmodeGroup 60 Image0 CenterContrast 512/556/534/534/492/492 0-1023Video(S-Video)/Component/SCART/ANALOG/DIGITAL/HDCPSettingValue=(MENUValue-MENUCenterValue)xAlpha/10+Center[SettingValuetoPW]Contrast[Max]1023[Min]0Brightness[Max]1023[Min]0Color[Max]1023[Min]0Tint[Max]180[Min]0Sharpness[Max]57[Min]01 CenterBrightness 512/480/512/500/512/512 0-10232 CenterColor 512/534/512/512/512/512 0-10233 CenterTint 90/90/90/90/90/90 0-1804 CenterSharpness 16/16/16/16/16/165 AlphaContrast 40/40/40/40/40/40 0-10006 AlphaBrightness 140/140/140/140/140/140 0-10007 AlphaColor 70/70/70/70/70/70 0-10008 AlphaTint 10/10/10/10/10/10 0-10009 AlphaSharpness 10/10/10/10/10/10 0-1000PLC-XU78Group 100 Panel Service0 G-SubGain 512/516/472/472/512/516/472/472 0-1023PCStandard/PCDynamic/PCReal/PCBlack-Board/AVStandard/AVDynamic/AVCinema/AVBlackBoard1 R-SubGain 512/516/472/530/512/516/472/530 0-10232 B-SubGain 512/516/472/472/512/516/472/472 0-10233 G-SubBright 0/0/24/16/0/0/24/16 0-1023PCStandard/PCDynamic/PCReal/PCBlack-Board/AVStandard/AVDynamic/AVCinema/AVBlackBoard4 R-SubBright 0/0/24/16/0/0/24/16 0-10235 B-SubBright 0/0/24/16/0/0/24/16 0-10236 G-GammaShift 0/0 0-1023PC/AV*50%WhiteAdjustmentCenter=512R]and[B]arelinkedwith[G]7 R-GammaShift 0/0 0-1023 *WhiteBalanceAdjustment8 B-GammaShift 0/0 0-1023 *WhiteBalanceAdjustment9 G-ReferH 992/992 0-1023 [R]and[B]arelinkedwith[G]ScanDirection(Front/Rear)10 G-ReferL 122/122 0-1023 [R]and[B]arelinkedwith[G]ScanDirection(Front/Rear)-34-Electrical AdjustmentsGroup/ItemITEM NAME FUNCTION INITIAL RANGE NOTE11 R-ReferH 992/992 0-1023 ScanDirection(Front/Rear)12 R-ReferL 122/122 0-1023 ScanDirection(Front/Rear)13 B-ReferH 992/992 0-1023 ScanDirection(Front/Rear)14 B-ReferL 122/122 0-1023 ScanDirection(Front/Rear)15 DXOutR 186 0-102316 DXOutG 186 0-102317 DXOutB 186 0-102318 H_Change_Pos 6 0-25619 SH_Base 273 0-409520 NRG_Pos 38 0-12821 NRG_Width 30 0-25522 OSD_Pos 2 0-323 OSD_Ptn 0 0-724 GammaCtrl 1 0-125 REF_GatePos 0 0-102326 REF_GateDur 116 0-102327 R-BasePos 7 0-1528 G-BasePos 7 0-1529 B-BasePos 7 0-1530 RGB-Adjust 0 0-731 RGB-AdjLv 0 0-1023 OperationSTEP=256[02565127681023]32 LineR0 4 0-255 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)33 LineR1 3 0-255 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)34 LineR2 1 0-255 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)35 LineR3 254 0-255 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)36 LineR4 253 0-255 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)37 LineG0 4 0-255 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)38 LineG1 3 0-255 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)39 LineG2 1 0-255 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)40 LineG3 254 0-255 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)41 LineG4 253 0-255 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)42 LineB0 4 0-255 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)43 LineB1 3 0-255 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)44 LineB2 1 0-255 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)45 LineB3 254 0-255 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)46 LineB4 253 0-255 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)47 GhostR-Pos 7 0-1548 GhostG-Pos 7 0-1549 GhostB-Pos 7 0-1550 GhostR-Cent 0 0-204751 GhostR-Start 128 0-25552 GhostR-End 131 0-25553 GhostG-Cent 0 0-204754 GhostG-Start 128 0-25555 GhostG-End 131 0-25556 GhostB-Cent 0 0-204757 GhostB-Start 128 0-25558 GhostB-End 131 0-25559 BlockR1 0 0-2047 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)60 BlockG1 0 0-2047 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)61 BlockB1 0 0-2047 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)62 BlockR2 0 0-2047 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)63 BlockG2 0 0-2047 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)64 BlockB2 0 0-2047 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)65 ReverceR 0 0-2047 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)66 ReverceG 0 0-2047 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)67 ReverceB 0 0-2047 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)68 BackCrossR-Cent 3 0-204769 BackCrossR-Start 142 0-25570 BackCrossR-End 136 0-25571 BackCrossG-Cent 3 0-204772 BackCrossG-Start 142 0-25573 BackCrossG-End 136 0-25574 BackCrossB-Cent 3 0-204775 BackCrossB-Start 142 0-25576 BackCrossB-End 136 0-25577 ColshdSelect 1 0-178 R-Min 175 0-102379 R-Mid2 388 0-1023-35-Electrical AdjustmentsGroup/ItemITEM NAME FUNCTION INITIAL RANGE NOTE80 R-Mid1 542 0-102381 R-Max 655 0-102382 G-Min 175 0-102383 G-Mid2 388 0-102384 G-Mid1 542 0-102385 G-Max 655 0-102386 B-Min 175 0-102387 B-Mid2 388 0-102388 B-Mid1 542 0-102389 B-Max 655 0-102390 H-OutPos 95 0-204791 OutAreaLv 0 0-102392 FlickerAdj 0 0/2 *PanelFrequencySwitch93 FRC_Bit 2 0-294 FrontCTalkR-Cent 2042 0-204795 FrontCTalkR-Start 133 0-25596 FrontCTalkR-End 128 0-25597 FrontCTalkG-Cent 2042 0-204798 FrontCTalkG-Start 133 0-25599 FrontCTalkG-End 128 0-255100 FrontCTalkB-Cent 2042 0-2047101 FrontCTalkB-Start 133 0-255102 FrontCTalkB-End 128 0-255103 R-DCOffset-NGain 0/0 0-255 ScanDirection(Front/Rear)104 R-DCOffset-N1 0/511 0-511105 R-DCOffset-N2 0/0 0-511106 R-DCOffset-N3 0/0 0-511107 R-DCOffset-N4 0/0 0-511108 R-DCOffset-N5 0/0 0-511109 R-DCOffset-N6 0/0 0-511110 R-DCOffset-N7 0/0 0-511111 R-DCOffset-N8 0/0 0-511112 R-DCOffset-N9 0/0 0-511113 R-DCOffset-N10 0/0 0-511114 R-DCOffset-N11 0/0 0-511115 R-DCOffset-N12 0/491 0-511116 G-DCOffset-NGain 0/0 0-255117 G-DCOffset-N1 0/511 0-511118 G-DCOffset-N2 0/0 0-511119 G-DCOffset-N3 0/0 0-511120 G-DCOffset-N4 0/0 0-511121 G-DCOffset-N5 0/0 0-511122 G-DCOffset-N6 0/0 0-511123 G-DCOffset-N7 0/0 0-511124 G-DCOffset-N8 0/0 0-511125 G-DCOffset-N9 0/0 0-511126 G-DCOffset-N10 0/0 0-511127 G-DCOffset-N11 0/0 0-511128 G-DCOffset-N12 0/491 0-511129 B-DCOffset-NGain 0/0 0-255130 B-DCOffset-N1 0/511 0-511131 B-DCOffset-N2 0/0 0-511132 B-DCOffset-N3 0/0 0-511133 B-DCOffset-N4 0/0 0-511134 B-DCOffset-N5 0/0 0-511135 B-DCOffset-N6 0/0 0-511136 B-DCOffset-N7 0/0 0-511137 B-DCOffset-N8 0/0 0-511138 B-DCOffset-N9 0/0 0-511139 B-DCOffset-N10 0/0 0-511140 B-DCOffset-N11 0/0 0-511141 B-DCOffset-N12 0/491 0-511142 R-DCOffset-PGain 0/0 0-255143 R-DCOffset-P1 0/4 0-511144 R-DCOffset-P2 0/0 0-511145 R-DCOffset-P3 0/0 0-511146 R-DCOffset-P4 0/0 0-511147 R-DCOffset-P5 0/0 0-511148 R-DCOffset-P6 0/0 0-511149 R-DCOffset-P7 0/0 0-511-36-Electrical AdjustmentsGroup/ItemITEM NAME FUNCTION INITIAL RANGE NOTE150 R-DCOffset-P8 0/0 0-511151 R-DCOffset-P9 0/0 0-511152 R-DCOffset-P10 0/0 0-511153 R-DCOffset-P11 0/0 0-511154 R-DCOffset-P12 0/22 0-511155 G-DCOffset-PGain 0/0 0-255156 G-DCOffset-P1 0/4 0-511157 G-DCOffset-P2 0/0 0-511158 G-DCOffset-P3 0/0 0-511159 G-DCOffset-P4 0/0 0-511160 G-DCOffset-P5 0/0 0-511161 G-DCOffset-P6 0/0 0-511162 G-DCOffset-P7 0/0 0-511163 G-DCOffset-P8 0/0 0-511164 G-DCOffset-P9 0/0 0-511165 G-DCOffset-P10 0/0 0-511166 G-DCOffset-P11 0/0 0-511167 G-DCOffset-P12 0/22 0-511168 B-DCOffset-PGain 0/0 0-255169 B-DCOffset-P1 0/4 0-511170 B-DCOffset-P2 0/0 0-511171 B-DCOffset-P3 0/0 0-511172 B-DCOffset-P4 0/0 0-511173 B-DCOffset-P5 0/0 0-511174 B-DCOffset-P6 0/0 0-511175 B-DCOffset-P7 0/0 0-511176 B-DCOffset-P8 0/0 0-511177 B-DCOffset-P9 0/0 0-511178 B-DCOffset-P10 0/0 0-511179 B-DCOffset-P11 0/0 0-511180 B-DCOffset-P12 0/22 0-511 ScanDirection(Front/Rear)181 ENBX-R 0 0-127182 ENBX-G 0 0-127183 ENBX-B 0 0-127 184 DXOutPos 0 0-1 PLC-XU75Group 100 Panel Service0 G-SubGain 512/516/472/472/512/516/472/472 0-1023PCStandard/PCDynamic/PCReal/PCBlack-Board/AVStandard/AVDynamic/AVCinema/AVBlackBoard1 R-SubGain 512/516/472/530/512/516/472/530 0-10232 B-SubGain 512/516/472/472/512/516/472/472 0-10233 G-SubBright 0/0/24/16/0/0/24/16 0-1023PCStandard/PCDynamic/PCReal/PCBlack-Board/AVStandard/AVDynamic/AVCinema/AVBlackBoard4 R-SubBright 0/0/24/16/0/0/24/16 0-10235 B-SubBright 0/0/24/16/0/0/24/16 0-10236 G-GammaShift 512/512 0-1023PC/AV*5-0%WhiteAdjustmentCenter=512R]and[B]arelinkedwith[G]7 R-GammaShift 512/512 0-1023 *WhiteBalanceAdjustment8 B-GammaShift 512/512 0-1023 *WhiteBalanceAdjustment9 G-ReferH 1023/1023 0-1023 [R]and[B]arelinkedwith[G]ScanDirection(Front/Rear)10 G-ReferL 380/380 0-1023 [R]and[B]arelinkedwith[G]ScanDirection(Front/Rear)11 R-ReferH 1023/1023 0-1023 ScanDirection(Front/Rear)12 R-ReferL 380/380 0-1023 ScanDirection(Front/Rear)13 B-ReferH 1023/1023 0-1023 ScanDirection(Front/Rear)14 B-ReferL 380/380 0-1023 ScanDirection(Front/Rear)15 DXOutR 237 0-102316 DXOutG 237 0-102317 DXOutB 237 0-102318 H_Change_Pos 3 0-25619 SH_Base 273 0-409520 NRG_Pos 62 0-12821 NRG_Width 53 0-25522 OSD_Pos 2 0-323 OSD_Ptn 0 0-724 GammaCtrl 1 0-125 REF_GatePos 5 0-1023-37-Electrical AdjustmentsGroup/ItemITEM NAME FUNCTION INITIAL RANGE NOTE26 REF_GateDur 204 0-102327 R-BasePos 8 0-1528 G-BasePos 8 0-1529 B-BasePos 8 0-1530 RGB-Adjust 0 0-731 RGB-AdjLv 0 0-1023 OperationSTEP=256[02565127681023]32 LineR0 9 0-255 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)33 LineR1 6 0-255 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)34 LineR2 3 0-255 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)35 LineR3 255 0-255 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)36 LineR4 252 0-255 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)37 LineG0 9 0-255 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)38 LineG1 6 0-255 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)39 LineG2 3 0-255 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)40 LineG3 255 0-255 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)41 LineG4 252 0-255 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)42 LineB0 9 0-255 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)43 LineB1 6 0-255 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)44 LineB2 3 0-255 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)45 LineB3 255 0-255 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)46 LineB4 252 0-255 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)47 GhostR-Pos 8 0-1548 GhostG-Pos 8 0-1549 GhostB-Pos 8 0-1550 GhostR-Cent 2 0-204751 GhostR-Start 128 0-25552 GhostR-End 128 0-25553 GhostG-Cent 2 0-204754 GhostG-Start 128 0-25555 GhostG-End 128 0-25556 GhostB-Cent 2 0-204757 GhostB-Start 128 0-25558 GhostB-End 128 0-25559 BlockR1 0 0-2047 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)60 BlockG1 0 0-2047 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)61 BlockB1 0 0-2047 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)62 BlockR2 0 0-2047 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)63 BlockG2 0 0-2047 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)64 BlockB2 0 0-2047 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)65 ReverceR 0 0-2047 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)66 ReverceG 0 0-2047 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)67 ReverceB 0 0-2047 (MINMAXCyclicOperation)68 BackCrossR-Cent 0 0-204769 BackCrossR-Start 128 0-25570 BackCrossR-End 128 0-25571 BackCrossG-Cent 0 0-204772 BackCrossG-Start 128 0-25573 BackCrossG-End 128 0-25574 BackCrossBR-Cent 0 0-204775 BackCrossB-Start 128 0-25576 BackCrossB-End 128 0-25577 ColshdSelect 1 0-178 R-Min 223 0-102379 R-Mid2 428 0-102380 R-Mid1 597 0-102381 R-Max 701 0-102382 G-Min 223 0-102383 G-Mid2 428 0-102384 G-Mid1 597 0-102385 G-Max 701 0-102386 B-Min 223 0-102387 B-Mid2 428 0-102388 B-Mid1 597 0-102389 B-Max 701 0-102390 H-OutPos 120 0-204791 OutAreaLv 0 0-102392 FlickerAdj 0 0/2 *PanelFrequencySwitch93 FRC_Bit 2 0-294 FrontCTalkR-Cent 0 0-2047-38-Group/ItemITEM NAME FUNCTION INITIAL RANGE NOTE95 FrontCTalkR-Start 128 0-25596 FrontCTalkR-End 128 0-25597 FrontCTalkG-Cent 0 0-204798 FrontCTalkG-Start 128 0-25599 FrontCTalkG-End 128 0-255100 FrontCTalkB-Cent 0 0-2047101 FrontCTalkB-Start 128 0-255102 FrontCTalkB-End 128 0-255103 R-DCOffset-NGain 0/0 0-255 ScanDirection(Front/Rear)104 R-DCOffset-N1 511/511 0-511105 R-DCOffset-N2 0/0 0-511106 R-DCOffset-N3 0/0 0-511107 R-DCOffset-N4 0/0 0-511108 R-DCOffset-N5 0/0 0-511109 R-DCOffset-N6 0/0 0-511110 R-DCOffset-N7 0/0 0-511111 R-DCOffset-N8 0/0 0-511112 R-DCOffset-N9 0/0 0-511113 R-DCOffset-N10 0/0 0-511114 R-DCOffset-N11 0/0 0-511115 R-DCOffset-N12 491/491 0-511116 G-DCOffset-NGain 0/0 0-255117 G-DCOffset-N1 511/511 0-511118 G-DCOffset-N2 0/0 0-511119 G-DCOffset-N3 0/0 0-511120 G-DCOffset-N4 0/0 0-511121 G-DCOffset-N5 0/0 0-511122 G-DCOffset-N6 0/0 0-511123 G-DCOffset-N7 0/0 0-511124 G-DCOffset-N8 0/0 0-511125 G-DCOffset-N9 0/0 0-511126 G-DCOffset-N10 0/0 0-511127 G-DCOffset-N11 0/0 0-511128 G-DCOffset-N12 491/491 0-511129 B-DCOffset-NGain 0/0 0-255130 B-DCOffset-N1 511/511 0-511131 B-DCOffset-N2 0/0 0-511132 B-DCOffset-N3 0/0 0-511133 B-DCOffset-N4 0/0 0-511134 B-DCOffset-N5 0/0 0-511135 B-DCOffset-N6 0/0 0-511136 B-DCOffset-N7 0/0 0-511137 B-DCOffset-N8 0/0 0-511138 B-DCOffset-N9 0/0 0-511139 B-DCOffset-N10 0/0 0-511140 B-DCOffset-N11 0/0 0-511141 B-DCOffset-N12 491/491 0-511142 R-DCOffset-PGain 0/0 0-255143 R-DCOffset-P1 0/0 0-511144 R-DCOffset-P2 0/0 0-511145 R-DCOffset-P3 0/0 0-511146 R-DCOffset-P4 0/0 0-511147 R-DCOffset-P5 0/0 0-511148 R-DCOffset-P6 0/0 0-511149 R-DCOffset-P7 0/0 0-511150 R-DCOffset-P8 0/0 0-511151 R-DCOffset-P9 0/0 0-511152 R-DCOffset-P10 0/0 0-511153 R-DCOffset-P11 0/0 0-511154 R-DCOffset-P12 0/0 0-511155 G-DCOffset-PGain 0/0 0-255156 G-DCOffset-P1 4/4 0-511157 G-DCOffset-P2 0/0 0-511158 G-DCOffset-P3 0/0 0-511159 G-DCOffset-P4 0/0 0-511160 G-DCOffset-P5 0/0 0-511161 G-DCOffset-P6 0/0 0-511162 G-DCOffset-P7 0/0 0-511163 G-DCOffset-P8 0/0 0-511Electrical Adjustments-39-Group/ItemITEM NAME FUNCTION INITIAL RANGE NOTE164 G-DCOffset-P9 0/0 0-511165 G-DCOffset-P10 0/0 0-511166 G-DCOffset-P11 0/0 0-511167 G-DCOffset-P12 22/22 0-511168 B-DCOffset-PGain 0/0 0-255169 B-DCOffset-P1 4/4 0-511170 B-DCOffset-P2 0/0 0-511171 B-DCOffset-P3 0/0 0-511172 B-DCOffset-P4 0/0 0-511173 B-DCOffset-P5 0/0 0-511174 B-DCOffset-P6 0/0 0-511175 B-DCOffset-P7 0/0 0-511176 B-DCOffset-P8 0/0 0-511177 B-DCOffset-P9 0/0 0-511178 B-DCOffset-P10 0/0 0-511179 B-DCOffset-P11 0/0 0-511180 B-DCOffset-P12 22/22 0-511 ScanDirection(Front/Rear)181 ENBX-R 0 0-127182 ENBX-G 0 0-127183 ENBX-B 0 0-127 184 DXOutPos 0 0-1 PLC-XU78Group101 : Panel Service(6150/1060)0 R-LCCOM 255 0-511 *CommonCenterAdjustment1 G-LCCOM 255 0-511 *CommonCenterAdjustment2 B-LCCOM 255 0-511 *CommonCenterAdjustment3 R-LCCOM-Gain 191 0-2554 G-LCCOM-Gain 191 0-2555 B-LCCOM-Gain 191 0-2556 R-LCCOM-Bright 0 0-2557 G-LCCOM-Bright 0 0-2558 B-LCCOM-Bright 0 0-2559 R-LCCOM-Cent 18 0-6310 G-LCCOM-Cent 18 0-6311 B-LCCOM-Cent 18 0-6312 R-ENBX-PW 12 0-12713 G-ENBX-PW 12 0-12714 B-ENBX-PW 12 0-12715 R-DXIN 9 0-255 LinkwithNo.1816 G-DXIN 9 0-255 LinkwithNo.1917 B-DXIN 9 0-255 LinkwithNo.2018 R-CLXIN 9 0-255 LinkwithNo.1519 G-CLXIN 9 0-255 LinkwithNo.1620 B-CLXIN 9 0-255 LinkwithNo.1721 R-ENBX1IN 27 0-255 22 G-ENBX1IN 27 0-255 23 B-ENBX1IN 27 0-255

PLC-XU75Group101 : Panel Service(6150/1060)0 R-LCCOM 280 0-511 *CommonCenterAdjustment1 G-LCCOM 280 0-511 *CommonCenterAdjustment2 B-LCCOM 280 0-511 *CommonCenterAdjustment3 R-LCCOM-Gain 191 0-2554 G-LCCOM-Gain 191 0-2555 B-LCCOM-Gain 191 0-2556 R-LCCOM-Bright 0 0-2557 G-LCCOM-Bright 0 0-2558 B-LCCOM-Bright 0 0-2559 R-LCCOM-Cent 18 0-6310 G-LCCOM-Cent 18 0-6311 B-LCCOM-Cent 18 0-6312 R-ENBX-PW 11 0-12713 G-ENBX-PW 11 0-12714 B-ENBX-PW 11 0-12715 R-DXIN 5 0-255 LinkwithNo.1816 G-DXIN 5 0-255 LinkwithNo.1917 B-DXIN 5 0-255 LinkwithNo.20Electrical Adjustments-40-Group/ItemITEM NAME FUNCTION INITIAL RANGE NOTE18 R-CLXIN 5 0-255 LinkwithNo.1519 G-CLXIN 5 0-255 LinkwithNo.1620 B-CLXIN 5 0-255 LinkwithNo.1721 R-ENBX1IN 24 0-255 22 G-ENBX1IN 24 0-255 23 B-ENBX1IN 24 0-255 Group 200 Option0 LogoProhibition(ForcedNoBrand) LogoProhibition(0:Menu,1:Forced,2:China,3-9:notused) 0 0-2 EffectiveafterACOn1 RS232CBaudrate BaudRate 0 0-2 0:19200bps,1:9600bps,2:115200bps2 PJLinkEnable PJLink 0:Disable1:Enable3 ShippingSetting 0 0-20 Defaultsetwhenthevalueissetto104 CABLESW LongCable 0 0-10 0:Disable,1:Enable5 PWDebugCommandEnable 0 0-1 0:Disable(SerialCommandEanble)1:Enable(PWDebugMode)6 DeviceRefreshDisable 0 0-1 0:Enable,1:DisableNolastmemory7 DeviceAccessDisable 0 0-1 0:Enable(Normal),1:DisableNolastmemory20 ProjectorTimeReset 0 0-20 ProjectorTimeisclearedwhenthevalueissetto1021 LampWarningTime(NORMAL) LampLifeatNormalMode(WarningTimeatNormal) 500-800022 LampWarningTime(ECO) LampLifeatEcoMode(WarningTimeatEco) 500-800023 LampWarningTime(HIGH) LampLifeatHighMode(WarningTimeatHigh) 500-800030 Lamplifetestenable 0:Disable1:Enable,forsafetytestonly31 LmapOntime(forlifetest) Fortestpurpose32 LampOfftime(forlifetest) Fortestpurpose33 Lamptotaltime(forlifetest) Fortestpurpose40 LampPWMPresAv50Hz LampPWMPRES0Setting(AV50Hz) 80 0-25541 LampPWMPresAv60Hz LampPWMPRES0Setting(AV60Hz) 67 0-25542 LampPWMPresUnlock LampPWMPRES0Setting(NoSignal) 67 0-25543 LampPWMPresPcA LampPWMFrequencySettingA 2 0-25544 LampPWMPresPcB LampPWMFrequencySettingB 3 0-25545 LampPWMPrefHAv50Hz LampPWMPREF0Setting(AV50Hz) 5000 0-6553546 LampPWMPrefHAv60Hz LampPWMPREF0Setting(AV60Hz) 5000 0-6553547 LampPWMPrefHUnlock LampPWMPREF0Setting(NoSignal) 5000 0-6553550 LampReplacementDisplay LampWarningDisplayOn/Off 1 0-1 1:On,0:Off51 FilterWarningDisplay FilterWarningDisplayOn/Off 1 0-1 1:On,0:Off52 LampCounterresetTimes ResetTimesofLampCounter 0 0-255 Readonly54 FactoryDefaultExecuteTimes ResettimesofFanctoryDefault 0 0-255 Readonly55 MotorDisable MotorsDisable 0 0-1 0:On,1:Off56 MenuPosition Movemenu(Xasis) 0 0-102457 MenuPosition Movemenu(Yasis) 0 0-102459 SourceSearchEnable SourceSearchEnable(0:Disable1:Enable) 0 0-1Group 201 Option (signal)0 FrameLockOption 1 0-10:FrameLockOFFatPCsignal1:FrameLockONatPCsignaland47Hz(Vfreq)~Panelfrequencyofinputsignal2 FieldSenseInvertEnable 0 0-1ReverseProcessingofFLDINVSettingValue0:Disable-UsedFLDINVSettingValue1:Enable-UsedReversedFLDINVSettingValue34 SubImageEnable 1 0-10:Disable(ServiceAdjustmentDsiable,UsedalltheCenterValues1:Enable(ServiceAdjustmentEnable)6 ZoomAcceleratorEnable 0 0-10:ZoomAcceleratorOFF,1:ZoomAcceleratorONNolastmemory7 DZoomResetbyKeystone 0 0-10:Enable(Normal),1:Disable(DzooisnotcancelledevenifKeystoneiscancelled)Nolastmemory8 StabilityCount CountValueofV-missing 5 0-2559 SensivityforSignalLost(HSYNC) OnlyusedthisvalueforNoSignalJudgement(Hz) 350 0-3276710 SensivityforSignalLost(VSYNC) OnlyusedthisvalueforNoSignalJudgement(Line) 3 0-25511 KeystoneFilterCenterValue ReferenceValue 16 0-30Group 205 Spread Spectrum0 SpreadSpectrumEnable 1 0-1 0:Off,1:OnElectrical Adjustments-41-Group/ItemITEM NAME FUNCTION INITIAL RANGE NOTE1 SpreadSpectrumFrequency 80 0-5002 SpreadSpectrumAmplitude PLC-XU78:50PLC-XU75:100 0-300PLC-XU78Group 210 LampContorl0 DIMMER_CTRL_LEVEL1 LuminanceLevel1DataforDimmer:DimLevel1atthelessthantheValue 7 0-2551 DIMMER_CTRL_LEVEL2 LuminanceLevel2DataforDimmer:DimLevel2atthelessthantheValue 14 0-2552 DIMMER_CTRL_LEVEL3 LuminanceLevel3DataforDimmer:DimLevel3atthelessthantheValue 21 0-2553 DIMMER_CTRL_LEVEL4 LuminanceLevel4DataforDimmer:DimLevel4atthelessthantheValue 28 0-2554 DIMMER_CTRL_LEVEL5 LuminanceLevel5DataforDimmer:DimLevel5atthelessthantheValue 35 0-2555 DIMMER_CTRL_LEVEL6 LuminanceLevel6DataforDimmer:DimLevel6atthelessthantheValue 42 0-2556 DIMMER_CTRL_LEVEL7 LuminanceLevel7DataforDimmer:DimLevel7atthelessthantheValue 49 0-2557 DIMMER_CTRL_LEVEL8 LuminanceLevel8DataforDimmer:DimLevel8atthelessthantheValue 56 0-2558 DIMMER_CTRL_LEVEL9 LuminanceLevel9DataforDimmer:DimLevel9atthelessthantheValue 63 0-2559 DIMMER_CTRL_LEVEL10 LuminanceLevel10DataforDimmer:DimLevel10atthelessthantheValue 70 0-25510 DIMMER_CTRL_LEVEL11 LuminanceLevel11DataforDimmer:DimLevel11atthelessthantheValue 77 0-25511 DIMMER_CTRL_LEVEL12 LuminanceLevel12DataforDimmer:DimLevel12atthelessthantheValue 84 0-25512 DIMMER_CTRL_LEVEL13 LuminanceLevel13DataforDimmer:DimLevel13atthelessthantheValue 91 0-25513 DIMMER_CTRL_LEVEL14 LuminanceLevel14DataforDimmer:DimLevel14atthelessthantheValue 98 0-25514 DIMMER_CTRL_LEVEL15 LuminanceLevel15DataforDimmer:DimLevel15atthelessthantheValue 105 0-25515 DIMMER_AVERAGE_POINT LuminanceDataAvaragePointforMimmer 4 0-1616 DIMMER_AVERAGE_DATA LuminanceDataAvarageValueforDimmer - - *Readonly17 DIMMER_LEVEL_AUTO CurrentDimmerLeverl - - *Readonly18 DIMMER_LEVEL_NORMAL NormalDimmerLevel 15 0-1519 DIMMER_LEVEL_ECO EcoDimmerLevel 0 0-1520 Panellifemode Panellifemode 0 0-121 VOLTAGE_LEVEL LampVoltage - Unit:8bit(RawData)*ReadonlyPLC-XU75Group 210 LampContorl0 DIMMER_CTRL_LEVEL1 LuminanceLevel1DataforDimmer:DimLevel1atthelessthantheValue 9 0-2551 DIMMER_CTRL_LEVEL2 LuminanceLevel2DataforDimmer:DimLevel2atthelessthantheValue 18 0-2552 DIMMER_CTRL_LEVEL3 LuminanceLevel3DataforDimmer:DimLevel3atthelessthantheValue 26 0-2553 DIMMER_CTRL_LEVEL4 LuminanceLevel4DataforDimmer:DimLevel4atthelessthantheValue 35 0-2554 DIMMER_CTRL_LEVEL5 LuminanceLevel5DataforDimmer:DimLevel5atthelessthantheValue 44 0-2555 DIMMER_CTRL_LEVEL6 LuminanceLevel6DataforDimmer:DimLevel6atthelessthantheValue 53 0-2556 DIMMER_CTRL_LEVEL7 LuminanceLevel7DataforDimmer:DimLevel7atthelessthantheValue 61 0-2557 DIMMER_CTRL_LEVEL8 LuminanceLevel8DataforDimmer:DimLevel8atthelessthantheValue 70 0-2558 DIMMER_CTRL_LEVEL9 LuminanceLevel9DataforDimmer:DimLevel9atthelessthantheValue 79 0-2559 DIMMER_CTRL_LEVEL10 LuminanceLevel10DataforDimmer:DimLevel10atthelessthantheValue 88 0-25510 DIMMER_CTRL_LEVEL11 LuminanceLevel11DataforDimmer:DimLevel11atthelessthantheValue 96 0-25511 DIMMER_CTRL_LEVEL12 LuminanceLevel12DataforDimmer:DimLevel12atthelessthantheValue 105 0-25512 DIMMER_CTRL_LEVEL13 LuminanceLevel13DataforDimmer:DimLevel13atthelessthantheValue 255 0-25513 DIMMER_CTRL_LEVEL14 LuminanceLevel14DataforDimmer:DimLevel14atthelessthantheValue 255 0-25514 DIMMER_CTRL_LEVEL15 LuminanceLevel15DataforDimmer:DimLevel15atthelessthantheValue 255 0-25515 DIMMER_AVERAGE_POINT LuminanceDataAvaragePointforMimmer 4 0-1616 DIMMER_AVERAGE_DATA LuminanceDataAvarageValueforDimmer - - *Readonly-4-Group/ItemITEM NAME FUNCTION INITIAL RANGE NOTE17 DIMMER_LEVEL_AUTO CurrentDimmerLeverl - - *Readonly18 DIMMER_LEVEL_NORMAL NormalDimmerLevel 12 0-1519 DIMMER_LEVEL_ECO EcoDimmerLevel 0 0-1520 Panellifemode Panellifemode 0 0-121 VOLTAGE_LEVEL LampVoltage - Unit:8bit(RawData)*ReadonlyGroup 250 FAN Cntorol *FonControlAdjustment0 FAN1MINADJUST(DAC)DACOutputforFanAdjustthetoleranceofDACandFanVolage.*LampmodeisforcedEco10 0-2551 FAN1MAXADJUST(DAC) 225 0-2552 FAN2MINADJUST(DAC) PLC-XU78:36PLC-XU75:10 0-2553 FAN2MAXADJUST(DAC) 225 0-2554 Notused 99995 Notused 99996 Notused 99997 Notused 9999Group 251NotusedGroup 252 Fan Option0 HI-LANDSWITCH 0:Normal,1:Hi-Land,2-4:Hi-Land1-3 0 0-51 SAFETYSWITCH Fortestpurpose 0 0-62 FANMANUALSWITCH 0:Auto,1:Manual 0 0-33 FAN1MANUALVOLTAGE FanVoltage(unit:0.1V)EffectiveonlywhenFanMaualswitchis1100 0-2554 FAN2MANUALVOLTAGE 100 0-2555 Notused 99996 Notused 9999PLC-XU78Group 253 Fan Tem Error Setting (Memorized) Normal Ceiling HiLand-NormalHiLand-Ceiling0 Notused 99991 Notused 99992 Notused 99993 Notused 99994 Notused 99995 TempAWarning(Normal) Temp.AtojudgetheTempErroratNormal(Room) 41 41 34 34 30-1006 TempBWarning(Normal) Temp.BtojudgetheTempErroratNormal(Panel) 59 59 56 55 30-1007 TempCWarning(Normal) Temp.CtojudgetheTempErroratNormal(Lamp) 67 67 64 63 30-1008 TempB-AWarning(Normal) Temp.B-AtojudgetheTempErroratNormal(CloggingDet.) 100 100 100 100 0-1009 TempC-AWarning(Normal) Temp.C-AtojudgetheTempErroratNormal(CloggingDet.) 100 100 100 100 0-10010 TempAWarning(Eco) Temp.AtojudgetheTempErroratEco(Room) 42 42 37 35 30-10011 TempBWarning(Eco) Temp.BtojudgetheTempErroratEco(Panel) 59 59 56 55 30-10012 TempCWarning(Eco) Temp.CtojudgetheTempErroratEco(Lamp) 67 68 62 61 30-10013 TempB-AWarning(Eco) Temp.B-AtojudgetheTempErroratNormal(CloggingDet.) 100 100 100 100 0-10014 TempC-AWarning(Eco) Temp.C-AtojudgetheTempErroratNormal(CloggingDet.) 100 100 100 100 0-10015 TempAWarningOffset(Temp)OffsetofTempError(Temp.)ErrorSettingValueisincreasedXCatthebelowcondition*Standby*Righttoturnonthelamp*RighttochangetheLampmode5 0-10016 TempBWarningOffset(Temp) 5 0-10017 TempCWarningOffset(Temp) 5 0-10018 TempB-AWarningOffset(Temp) 0 0-10019 TempC-AWarningOffset(Temp) 0 0-10020 TempAWarningOffset(Time)OffsetofTempError(Minutes)ErrorSettingValueisincreasedXminuteatthebelowcondition*Standby*Righttoturnonthelamp*RighttochangetheLampmode3 0-521 TempBWarningOffset(Time) 3 0-522 TempCWarningOffset(Time) 3 0-523 TempB-AWarningOffset(Time) 3 0-524 TempC-AWarningOffset(Time) 3 0-5PLC-XU75Group 253 Fan Tem Error Setting (Memorized) Normal Ceiling HiLand-NormalHiLand-Ceiling0 Notused 99991 Notused 99992 Notused 99993 Notused 99994 Notused 9999-43-Group/ItemITEM NAME FUNCTION INITIAL RANGE NOTE5 TempAWarning(Normal) Temp.AtojudgetheTempErroratNormal(Room) 42 43 33 33 30-1006 TempBWarning(Normal) Temp.BtojudgetheTempErroratNormal(Panel) 62 61 56 64 30-1007 TempCWarning(Normal) Temp.CtojudgetheTempErroratNormal(Lamp) 69 68 66 63 30-1008 TempB-AWarning(Normal) Temp.B-AtojudgetheTempErroratNormal(CloggingDet.) 100 100 100 100 0-1009 TempC-AWarning(Normal) Temp.C-AtojudgetheTempErroratNormal(CloggingDet.) 100 100 100 100 0-10010 TempAWarning(Eco) Temp.AtojudgetheTempErroratEco(Room) 44 43 37 36 30-10011 TempBWarning(Eco) Temp.BtojudgetheTempErroratEco(Panel) 58 58 56 55 30-10012 TempCWarning(Eco) Temp.CtojudgetheTempErroratEco(Lamp) 65 62 62 61 30-10013 TempB-AWarning(Eco) Temp.B-AtojudgetheTempErroratNormal(CloggingDet.) 100 100 100 100 0-10014 TempC-AWarning(Eco) Temp.C-AtojudgetheTempErroratNormal(CloggingDet.) 100 100 100 100 0-10015 TempAWarningOffset(Temp)OffsetofTempError(Temp.)ErrorSettingValueisincreasedXCatthebelowcondition*Standby*Righttoturnonthelamp*RighttochangetheLampmode5 0-10016 TempBWarningOffset(Temp) 5 0-10017 TempCWarningOffset(Temp) 5 0-10018 TempB-AWarningOffset(Temp) 0 0-10019 TempC-AWarningOffset(Temp) 0 0-10020 TempAWarningOffset(Time)OffsetofTempError(Minutes)ErrorSettingValueisincreasedXminuteatthebelowcondition*Standby*Righttoturnonthelamp*RighttochangetheLampmode3 0-521 TempBWarningOffset(Time) 3 0-522 TempCWarningOffset(Time) 3 0-523 TempB-AWarningOffset(Time) 3 0-524 TempC-AWarningOffset(Time) 3 0-5PLC-XU78Group 254 Fan Control Range Setting (Temp./Voltage) Normal Ceiling HiLand-NormalHiLand-Ceiling0 Notused 99991 Notused 99992 Notused 99993 Notused 99994 Notused 99995 Notused 99996 Notused 99997 Notused 99998 Notused 99999 Notused 999910 NormalFanControlMinTemp TempSenserControlStart/EndTem.patNormal28 28 20 20 20-10011 NormalFanControlMaxTemp 36 37 20 20 20-10012 NormalFan1MinFanvoltagevalueatNormal(unit:0.1V)65 70 120 125 0-25513 NormalFan1Max 120 125 120 125 0-25514 NormalFan2Min 80 95 125 125 0-25515 NormalFan2Max 125 125 125 125 0-25516 Notused 9999 999917 Notused 9999 999918 Notused 9999 999919 Notused 9999 999920 EcoFanControlMinTempTempSenserControlStart/EndTem.patEco 28 28 20 20 20-10021 EcoFanControlMaxTemp 37 37 20 20 20-10022 EcoFan1MinFanvoltagevalueatEco(unit:0.1V)50 55 100 105 0-25523 EcoFan1Max 100 105 100 105 0-25524 EcoFan2Min 60 65 75 80 0-25525 EcoFan2Max 75 80 75 80 0-25526 Notused 9999 999927 Notused 9999 999928 Notused 9999 999929 Notused 9999 9999PLC-XU75Group 254 Fan Control Range Setting (Temp./Voltage) Normal Ceiling HiLand-NormalHiLand-Ceiling0 Notused 99991 Notused 99992 Notused 99993 Notused 99994 Notused 99995 Notused 99996 Notused 9999-44-Group/ItemITEM NAME FUNCTION INITIAL RANGE NOTE7 Notused 99998 Notused 99999 Notused 999910 NormalFanControlMinTemp TempSenserControlStart/EndTem.patNormal29 30 20 20 20-10011 NormalFanControlMaxTemp 37 37 20 20 20-10012 NormalFan1MinFanvoltagevalueatNormal(unit:0.1V)60 60 110 110 0-25513 NormalFan1Max 110 110 110 110 0-25514 NormalFan2Min 75 77 110 110 0-25515 NormalFan2Max 110 110 110 110 0-25516 Notused 9999 999917 Notused 9999 999918 Notused 9999 999919 Notused 9999 999920 EcoFanControlMinTempTempSenserControlStart/EndTem.patEco 29 29 20 20 20-10021 EcoFanControlMaxTemp 38 37 20 20 20-10022 EcoFan1MinFanvoltagevalueatEco(unit:0.1V)50 50 90 90 0-25523 EcoFan1Max 90 90 90 90 0-25524 EcoFan2Min 60 65 75 75 0-25525 EcoFan2Max 75 80 75 75 0-25526 Notused 9999 999927 Notused 9999 999928 Notused 9999 999929 Notused 9999 9999Group 255 Fan Start/Cooling Setting0 Fan1InitialVoltFanStartVoltage(0.1V) 55 0-2551 Fan2InitialVolt 55 0-2552 Notused 99993 Notused 99994 Fan1CoolingSpeedFanVoltageatPowerOff(0.1V) 130 0-2555 Fan2CoolingSpeed 130 0-2556 Notused 99997 Notused 99998 CoolingTimeL1 CoolingTimesttingatFanModeL1(x30sec)1:30,3:90,15:450sec. 2 1-159 CoolingTimeL2 CoolingTimesttingatFanModeL2(x30sec)1:30,3:90,15:450sec. 3 1-1510 TempErrorCoolingTime CoolingTimesettingatTempErro(x30sec) 3 1-1511 OnStartCoolingStartThreshold 38 0-10012 Aftershutdowncooling Coolingaftershutdown(0:No,1:Yes) 1 0-1Group 256 Fan Lamp Voltage Down Setting0 LampVoltage CurrentLampVoltage(0.1V)(Readonly) - 0-2551 LampVolThreshold ThresholdtojudgeLampVoltageDown(V10)0 30-902 Fan1SpeedGain AdditionalFanSpeedofMinatLampVoltageDown(unit:0.1V)10 0-2553 Fan2SpeedGain 10 0-2554 Notused 99995 Notused 9999Group 257 Fan Dimmer Setting0 DimmerAverageCheckPeriod DimmerAvaragemeasurementTime(0:10sec,1:30sec,2:6sec,90sec...10:300sec) 1 0-101 DimmerAverage DimmerAvarageValue(Readonly)2 LastVoltageDifference (Readonly)3 VoltageDifferenceGoal (Readonly)Group 260 Auto Calibration (Commn) * Auto Calibration0 ExecuteCalibration 0 0-1 ExecutesAuto-CalibrationwhenchangiingtheValue(PCWhite100%)1 LoopCount MaximumExecutionTimes(OFFSET->GAIN) 10 1-302 AutoStatus ResultofAuto-Calibration(LastMemory) 0 0/1/9 0:OK,1:Adjusting,9:Error*ReadOnly3 AutoWait WaitValueforeachsetting 1 1-204 CHECK-Tolelance TorelanceofOFFSET 2 1-255Group 261 Auto Calibration (RGB)0 OFFSETAREAHSTART BlackLevelAcquiringAreaH-StartPosition 975 0-10001 OFFSETAREAVSTART BlackLevelAcquiringAreaV-StartPosition 500 0-10002 GAINAREAHSTART WhiteLevelAcquiringAreaH-StartPosition 25 0-10003 GAINAREAVSTART WhiteLevelAcquiringAreaV-StartPosition 500 0-10004 ImageAREAHWIDTH Black/WhiteLevelAcquiringArea 13 0-4095-45-Group/ItemITEM NAME FUNCTION INITIAL RANGE NOTE5 ImageAREAVHIGHT Black/WhiteLevelAcquiringAreaHeight 9 0-40956 OFFSETtarget TargetValueofBlackLevelAdj. 3 0-1277 OFFSETtorelance TorelanceofBlackLevelAdj. 1 1-1278 GAINtarget TargetValueofWhiteLevelAdj. 238 0-2559 GAINtorelance TorelanceofWhiteLevelAdj. 1 1-255Group 262 Auto Calibration (CVBS/SVIDEO)0 YImageAreaStartX YAcquiringAreaH-StartPosition 20 0-10001 YImageAreaStartY YAcquiringAreaV-StartPosition 500 0-10006 ImageAreaHWidth ImageLevelAcquiringArea 13 0-40957 ImageAreaVHight ImageLevelAcquiringAreaHeight 20 0-40958 YTargetLevel TargetValueofYLevelAdj. 217 0-25511 GainTolerance TorelanceofLevelAdj. 1 0-25512 DeltaGain DeviationWidthofGainValue 9 0-255Group 264 Auto Calibration (YCbCr)0 Y-OFFSETAREAHSTART Y-OffsetAcquiringAreaH-StartPosition 925 0-10001 Y-OFFSETAREAVSTART Y-OffsetAcquiringAreaV-StartPosition 500 0-10002 CB-OFFSETAREAHSTART CB-OffsetAcquiringAreaH-StartPosition 925 0-1000 Ifnotused:useY'svalue3 CB-OFFSETAREAVSTART CB-OffsetAcquiringAreaV-StartPosition 500 0-1000 Ifnotused:useY'svalue4 CR-OFFSETAREAHSTART CR-OffsetAcquiringAreaH-StartPosition 925 0-1000 Ifnotused:useY'svalue5 CR-OFFSETAREAVSTART CR-OffsetAcquiringAreaV-StartPosition 500 0-1000 Ifnotused:useY'svalue6 Y-GAINAREAHSTART Y 50 0-10007 Y-GAINAREAVSTART 500 0-10008 CB-GAINAREAHSTART 800 0-10009 CB-GAINAREAVSTART 500 0-100010 CR-GAINAREAHSTART 700 0-100011 CR-GAINAREAVSTART 500 0-100012 ImageAREAHWIDTH YCBCRLevelAcquiringArea 8 0-409513 ImageAREAVHIGHT YCBCRLevelAcquiringAreaHeight 9 0-409514 Y-OFFSETTARTGET 4 0-25515 CBOFFSETTARGET 128 0-25516 CROFFSETTARGET 128 0-25517 Y-GAINTARGET 217 0-25518 CB-GAINTARGET 237 0-25519 CR-GAINTARGET 237 0-25520 OFFSETtorelance TorelanceofOFFSETAdj. 1 1-25521 GAINtorelance TorelanceofGAINAdj. 1 1-255Group 270 Custom (Aspect)0 ScalerHorizontal H-Scaler 100 68-1321 ScalerVertical V-Scaler 100 68-1322 Connect LinkEdit1:Link 0 0-13 PositionHorizontal H-Position 100 85-1154 PositionVertical V-Position 100 85-1155 AspectEnable AspectEnable(0:On,1:Off) 0 0-1Group 280 AutoPC Adjsut0 AutoPCAdjustEnable Auto-PCAdjOperationEnableifUn-supportedSignalInput 0 0-1 0:Enable,1:Disable1 FrequencyStep FrequencyStepsofTotalDot 1 0-32 FrequencyThreshold TotalDotFreqencyThreshold 5 0-10 0[]10[Notmatched]3 FinePhase DoPhaseAdjafterTotalDotAdj. 1 0-1 0:ExecutesFinePhase,1:NotExecute4 BLKDET BlackLevelDetectionArea 1 0-35 PHASEMSK PhaseDetectionFilter 0 0-30:EffectiveAllBit,1:DisableLower1bit2:DisableLower2bit,3:DisableLower3bitGroup 290 PanelType * Panel Type Check0 GammaL/R-View CurrentSettingCheck 0 0-20 0:GammaforL-Turn20:GammaforR-Turn*Readonly1 GammaL/R-Change SettingofGamma 10 0-20 SetsL-TurnGammaiftheValueissetto0.SetsR-TurnGammaiftheValueissetto20.Group 500 Composite (NTSC) Composite / S-Video0 *Readonly1 DispDots 668 0~40952 HBackPorch 28 0~40953 VBackPorch 18 0~40954 DispLine 458 0~4095-46-Group/ItemITEM NAME FUNCTION INITIAL RANGE NOTEGroup 501 Composite (PAL) Composite / S-Video0 *Readonly1 DispDots 658 0~40952 HBackPorch 34 0~40953 VBackPorch 22 0~40954 DispLine 536 0~4095Group 502 Composite (SECAM) Composite / S-Video0 *Readonly1 DispDots 652 0~40952 HBackPorch 28 0~40953 VBackPorch 22 0~40954 DispLine 536 0~4095Group 510 SCART(480i)0 *Readonly1 DispDots 662 0~40952 HBackPorch 142 0~40953 VBackPorch 48 0~40954 DispLine 456 0~4095Group 511 SCART (575i)0 *Readonly1 DispDots 658 0~40952 HBackPorch 162 0~40953 VBackPorch 64 0~40954 DispLine 534 0~4095Group 520 YCbCr (480i)0 TotalDots 858 0~40951 DispDots 670 0~40952 HBackPorch 146 0~40953 VBackPorch 48 0~40954 DispLine 458 0~4095Group 521 YCbCr (575i)0 TotalDots 864 0~40951 DispDots 656 0~40952 HBackPorch 162 0~40953 VBackPorch 64 0~40954 DispLine 534 0~4095Group 522 YCbCr (480P)0 TotalDots 858 0~4095 *Readonly1 DispDots 684 0~40952 HBackPorch 136 0~40953 VBackPorch 46 0~40954 DispLine 460 0~4095Group 523 YCbCr (575P)0 TotalDots 864 0~4095 *Readonly1 DispDots 690 0~40952 HBackPorch 142 0~40953 VBackPorch 56 0~40954 DispLine 550 0~4095Group 524 YCbCr (720P - 60)0 TotalDots 1650 0~4095 *Readonly1 DispDots 1248 0~40952 HBackPorch 306 0~40953 VBackPorch 34 0~40954 DispLine 700 0~4095Group 525 YCbCr (720P - 50 )0 TotalDots 1980 0~4095 *Readonly1 DispDots 1248 0~40952 HBackPorch 338 0~40953 VBackPorch 36 0~40954 DispLine 700 0~4095-47-Group/ItemITEM NAME FUNCTION INITIAL RANGE NOTEGroup 526 YCbCr (1080i - 60)0 TotalDots 2200 0~4095 *Readonly1 DispDots 1872 0~40952 HBackPorch 248 0~40953 VBackPorch 54 0~40954 DispLine 1052 0~4095Group 527 YCbCr (1080i - 50)0 TotalDots 2640 0~4095 *Readonly1 DispDots 1870 0~40952 HBackPorch 250 0~40953 VBackPorch 54 0~40954 DispLine 1052 0~4095Group 528 YCbCr (1035i)0 TotalDots 2200 0~4095 *Readonly1 DispDots 1872 0~40952 HBackPorch 248 0~40953 VBackPorch 92 0~40954 DispLine 1012 0~4095Group 540 RGB Video (480i)0 TotalDots 960 0~40951 DispDots 752 0~40952 HBackPorch 166 0~40953 VBackPorch 48 0~40954 DispLine 460 0~40955 Clamp 1 0~255 *Readonly6 ClampWidth 31 0~255 *ReadonlyGroup 541 RGB Video (575i)0 TotalDots 966 0~40951 DispDots 736 0~40952 HBackPorch 182 0~40953 VBackPorch 66 0~40954 DispLine 536 0~40955 Clamp 1 0~255 *Readonly6 ClampWidth 31 0~255 *ReadonlyGroup 542 RGB Video (480P)0 TotalDots 960 0~40951 DispDots 766 0~40952 HBackPorch 156 0~40953 VBackPorch 46 0~40954 DispLine 460 0~40955 Clamp 1 0~255 *Readonly6 ClampWidth 31 0~255 *ReadonlyGroup 543 RGB Video (575P)0 TotalDots 986 0~40951 DispDots 774 0~40952 HBackPorch 174 0~40953 VBackPorch 62 0~40954 DispLine 540 0~40955 Clamp 1 0~255 *Readonly6 ClampWidth 31 0~255 *ReadonlyGroup 544 RGB Video (720P - 60 )0 TotalDots 1650 0~40951 DispDots 1248 0~40952 HBackPorch 310 0~40953 VBackPorch 34 0~40954 DispLine 702 0~40955 Clamp 1 0~255 *Readonly6 ClampWidth 31 0~255 *ReadonlyGroup 545 RGB Video (720P - 50 )0 TotalDots 1980 0~4095-48-Group/ItemITEM NAME FUNCTION INITIAL RANGE NOTE1 DispDots 1246 0~40952 HBackPorch 310 0~40953 VBackPorch 34 0~40954 DispLine 702 0~40955 Clamp 1 0~255 *Readonly6 ClampWidth 31 0~255 *ReadonlyGroup 546 RGB Video (1080i - 60)0 TotalDots 2200 0~40951 DispDots 1872 0~40952 HBackPorch 254 0~40953 VBackPorch 56 0~40954 DispLine 1052 0~40955 Clamp 1 0~255 *Readonly6 ClampWidth 31 0~255 *ReadonlyGroup 547 RGB Video (1080i - 50)0 TotalDots 2640 0~40951 DispDots 1868 0~40952 HBackPorch 258 0~40953 VBackPorch 54 0~40954 DispLine 1052 0~40955 Clamp 1 0~255 *Readonly6 ClampWidth 31 0~255 *ReadonlyGroup 548 RGB Video (1035i)0 TotalDots 2200 0~40951 DispDots 1868 0~40952 HBackPorch 258 0~40953 VBackPorch 92 0~40954 DispLine 1012 0~4095Group 560 HDCP (480P)7 OverScan OverScanRate(0~25.5%at0.1%steps) 0 0-2558 VSBEG 2 0-15Group 561 HDCP (575P)7 OverScan OverScanRate(0~25.5%at0.1%steps) 0 0-2558 VSBEG 2 0-15Group 562 HDCP (720P-60)7 OverScan OverScanRate(0~25.5%at0.1%steps)8 VSBEG 2 0-15Group 563 HDCP (720P-50)7 OverScan OverScanRate(0~25.5%at0.1%steps) 0 0-2558 VSBEG 2 0-15Group 564 HDCP (1080i-60)7 OverScan OverScanRate(0~25.5%at0.1%steps) 0 0-2558 VSBEG 2 0-15Group 565 HDCP (1080i-50)7 OverScan OverScanRate(0~25.5%at0.1%steps) 0 0-2558 VSBEG 2 0-15Group 566 HDCP (1035i)7 OverScan OverScanRate(0~25.5%at0.1%steps) 0 0-2558 VSBEG 2 0-15Group 981 Color Shading Adj Offset0 R-Max 0/0 0-2551 R-Mid1 0/0 0-2552 R-Mid2 0/0 0-2553 R-Min 0/0 0-2554 G-Max 0/0 0-2555 G-Mid1 0/0 0-2556 G-Mid2 0/0 0-2557 G-Min 0/0 0-2558 B-Max 0/0 0-2559 B-Mid1 0/0 0-25510 B-Mid2 0/0 0-25511 B-Min 0/0 0-255-49-IC301SCANCONVERTERSYSTEM CONTROLIC501R-D/AS&HR-LCDPANELG-LCDPANELB-LCDPANELPC1 INPUT[RGB][COMPONENT]PC2IN/OUTPUT[RGB]PCIC5001AUDIO CONTROL

IC5031 AUDIO OUTPIT OUTPUTCONTROL POART R/C IC801FLASH ROM VIDEOAUDIODHS,DVS,DCLK DB[0-7] DG[0-7] DR[0-7] A[1-23]D[0-15]14,208,2041,2,73331253161866,315,75,8 6 10,12 214124,388 TXD_PW/RXD_PWTXD1/RXD1 R/C R/C16,620,24 82 260 258 265 264 262 2,537,13 SP901 SPEAKER L/RVIDEOS-VIDEOL/RL/RRGB,H/V RGB,H/VTP_R1R G BHS, VSHS2, VS2IC2501R-LEVELSHIFTIC531G-D/AS&HIC2531G-LEVELSHIFTIC561B-D/AS&HIC2561B-LEVELSHIFTIC3801 RS232C DRIVER IC9883INVERTERTP_G1TP_B1Q1001Q2031 R G B S_CHROMA S_Y VIDEO Q1002Q1005Q201117278256R2G2B2Q1003Q1004Q1006Q2022IC4001 RGB-BUFFER IC4071SYNC-BUFFERIC5301SYNC-BUFFER6,32,5IC5302SYNC-BUFFERRGB HVRGBIC401LCDDRIVER&GAMMACORRECTIONChassis over viewChassis Block Diagrams-50-POWER LAMP BALLAST IC5031 AUDIO-OUT IC5001AUDIO-CONTOLRC RECEIVER POWER SUPPLY SW901 LAMP COVER SWITCH P.F. CONTROL SP901 SPEAKER MUTE LAMPDC_ON RC MAIN Q6842 FAN_CON_A FAN_CON_B R/C IC9883INVERTER

34 ON:H ON:H ON:H ON:H ERROR:H P-ON:H P.Fail:LON:H 62 1 1 Mute On:H Mute On:H Power On:H Power On:HPower On:L L/R VOLUME POWER_LED BLAST_ACBLAST_AC FAN_ERR TEMP_LED ON_33VON_150V346 284184 11LAMP_DET 185201LAMP_LED ON_50V269 110P_FAILFAN_SW1FAN_SW1LAMP_DC_ON READY_LED 2152858991 CHO_TXD CHO_RXD CHO_TXD CHO_RXD MUTE KEY1295 26 9228KEY2126POW_KEYR/C R/CSCL1/SDA1SCL2/SDA2268214 211,294SCL0/SDA0283,212290,208TDAC1TDAC220128IC301 SYSTEM CONTROL Q6843 Q6844 D6831 D6832 D6833 Q5036 Q6841 LAMP REPLACE WARNING POWER IC4891 NAND 2 13 1 10 IC9883INVERTERK8R K6R K8S 3 1 K8H 4 5 1 K8D K28D 3 S3.3VQ6861 FANCONTROLCIRCUITKEY SWITCHSCL2_5/SDA2_5 9 K8F 1 3 S1.8VD_PW ON:H Q6862 LAMP_DET System controlChassis Block Diagrams-51-IC301 SYSTEM CONTROL CHO_RXD CHO_TXD P_FAIL ON_33V FAN_ERR ON_150V BLAST_AC BLAST_AC S5V1.2VS6VIC5601D3601D5622/D5623D3606S3.3VLINE FILTER BOARD LAMP BALLAST 1 4 5 5 4 1 CN02 K8H 1 3 K8S K6DCN01 K6CK6B LAMP AC CORD K6RK8RPOWERR/CMAIN IC621P.F.CONTROL

65184 3 29117 8 102 10 1 1 4 T651D652D651D653IC651Q662PC641ERRORAMPPower-On:HPower-On:H Power-On:H Power-On:H Power-On:H Power-On:H P-Fail:H LAMP_DET (Power-On:L) LAMP_SW (Power-On:L) P-Fail:L PC642IC641POWER OSC.

FeedbackS6VS16VS-5VON_150VLAMPDC_ONIC4891 NAND S6VS16VS-5V1 3 4 7IC8811TEMP. SENSOR2(LAMP)(PANEL)(OUT SIDE)IC8821TEMP. SENSOR1IC8831TEMP. SENSOR326 LAMP_DET 1852 13 295 215 11 201 ON_50V 110 LAMPDC_ON89284283,212SCL0SDA0IC9883INVERTERSW901 S16VFAN_AQ7812D3613D5707/D57049IC5621S3.3VA_PWIC1306S1.8VA_PWS3.3VD_PWQ5821S2.5V_PWIC5681IC5651S1.8VD_PWQ58115V_AUDIOIC508115.5VLON_50VFAN_CON_AFAN_BQ7862IC7811IC5701D361412VIC5461D3602/D3611FAN_CON_BON_33V3.3VQ3