Sony VPL-FX40 User Manual

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2-687-435-14 (1)
Data Projector
Operating Instructions
VPL-FE40/FE40L
VPL-FX40/FX40L
© 2006 Sony Corporation

Summary of Contents of user manual for Sony VPL-FX40

  • Page 1 2-687-435-14 (1) Data Projector Operating Instructions VPL-FE40/FE40L VPL-FX40/FX40L © 2006 Sony Corporation
  • Page 2 1 Use the approved Power Cord (3-core WARNING mains lead) / Appliance Connector / Plug with earthing-contacts that conforms...
  • Page 3This device complies with part 15 of the Voor de klanten in Nederland FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the...
  • Page 4 Table of Contents Precautions ......................................... 5 (not supplied) (When Using the Notes on Installation and Usage ........ 6 Network...
  • Page 5 On illumination Precautions • To obtain the best picture, the front of the screen should not be exposed to...
  • Page 6 On repacking • Save the original shipping carton and Notes on Installation packing material; they will come in handy...
  • Page 7Subject to direct cool or warm air magnifications. This is not a malfunction of from an air-conditioner the unit. Unsuitable...
  • Page 8 B Overview About the Supplied Features Manuals High brightness and high picture The following manuals and softwares are performance...
  • Page 9* The optional lenses available for VPL-FE40 Multi scan compatibility and VPL-FX40 equipped with a standard lens only. HDMI and...
  • Page 10 • Kensington is a registered trademark of Kensington Technology Group. • Macintosh is a registered trademark of Location and...
  • Page 11f Air filter covers Control Panel Note To maintain optimal performance, clean the air filter whenever you replace the lamp....
  • Page 12 – Flashes in red when the internal f MENU key temperature is high or the electrical Displays the on-screen...
  • Page 132/3 INPUT A/INPUT B CONTROL S OUT jack on the supplied Analog RGB connector (HD D-sub Remote Commander when using...
  • Page 14 For details, see “APA” in “The Screen Remote Commander Menu” on page 30. The keys that have the same...
  • Page 15m MUTING keys Be sure to install the battery from the # side. Cut off the picture and sound. •...
  • Page 16 B Projecting the Picture Installing the Projector The following table gives an example of installing the standard lens supplied...
  • Page 17 To connect a computer (Analog) Connecting the Side Projector When you connect the projector, make sure to: • Turn...
  • Page 18 For details, refer to the operating This HDMI connector conforms to Ver. 1.2a. instructions supplied with your computer. The...
  • Page 19To connect to a video GBR/ Component output connector Projecting Side 7 2 8 4 8 6,7,8 Projecting the Picture...
  • Page 20 4 Press the INPUT key to select the For details, see “Auto Input Search” input source. in the Function...
  • Page 21To adjust the tilt of the installation surface Turning Off the If the projector is installed on an uneven surface,...
  • Page 22 B Convenient Functions 3 Press the MENU key. Selecting the Menu The menu appears. The menu currently selected is...
  • Page 23 The menu changes to the selected language. Security Lock To clear the menu Press the MENU key. The projector...
  • Page 24 Enter the password on this screen. Note Security Lock If you call the customer service center because Enter new...
  • Page 25Other Functions Controlling the Computer Using a Presentation Tool, Direct Power On/Off Function RM-PJPK1 (not supplied) (When Using the Network...
  • Page 26 B Adjustments and Settings Using a Menu 2 Use the M or m key to select a menu, Using...
  • Page 27 Next menu window Select “OK” when the screen display appears. The following settings are reset to Setting items their...
  • Page 28 The Picture Menu The Picture menu is used for adjusting the picture. Items that can be adjusted or set...
  • Page 29Setting items Functions Initial setting DDE (Dynamic According to the film source you have selected, make a Film Detail setting...
  • Page 30 The Screen Menu The Screen menu is used to adjust the input signal. You can also adjust the aspect...
  • Page 31Setting items Functions Initial setting Adjust Signal Set according to the input signal APA (Auto Pressing ENTER key automatically adjusts...
  • Page 32 The Setup Menu The Setup menu is used for changing the settings of the projector. Setting items Functions Initial...
  • Page 33Setting items Functions Initial setting Input-C Signal Sel. Selects the type of signal input from the equipment Auto connected to...
  • Page 34 The Function Menu The Function menu is used for changing the settings of the various functions of the projector....
  • Page 35Setting items Functions Initial setting Panel Key Lock Locks all the control panel keys on the side panel of Off...
  • Page 36 The Installation Menu The Installation menu is used for changing the settings of the projector. Lamp Mode Standard ID...
  • Page 37Setting items Functions Initial setting ID Mode Assigns an ID number (1 to 3) to the projector when you All...
  • Page 38 The Information Menu The Information menu displays the model name, serial number, the horizontal and vertical frequencies of the...
  • Page 39Item Input signal Video/S-Video Component Video GBR Computer Network (Y/C) Sharpness z z z – – DDE z z z...
  • Page 40 B Maintenance Replacing the Lamp The lamp used as a light source is a consumable product. Thus replace this...
  • Page 41 12Select “OK.” Caution Do not put your hands into the lamp replacement slot, and do not allow any liquid...
  • Page 42 Caution Cleaning the Air If you neglect to clean the air filter, dust may Filter accumulate, clogging it. As...
  • Page 43B Others Troubleshooting If the projector appears to be operating erratically, try to diagnose and correct the problem using the...
  • Page 44 Symptom Cause and Remedy “Please check Input-C The setting of “Input-C Signal Sel.” in the Setup menu is incorrect....
  • Page 45Remote Commander Symptom Cause and Remedy The Remote Commander • The Remote Commander batteries are dead. does not work. c...
  • Page 46 Messages List Warning Messages Use the list below to check the meaning of the messages displayed on the screen....
  • Page 47 Electrical characteristics Specifications Color system NTSC3.58/PAL/SECAM/ NTSC4.43/PAL-M/PAL-N/ PAL60 system, switched Optical characteristics automatically/manually Projection system (NTSC4.43 is the color...
  • Page 48 impedance more than 47 500 mVrms), output impedance kilohms 5 kilohms INPUT A/B Analog RGB: HD D-sub 15-pin REMOTE...
  • Page 49 F = 2.0 Pin assignment f = 13.1 mm Manual focus INPUT A/B Projection screen size 60 to 300-inches...
  • Page 50 Preset signals Memory Preset signal fH (kHz) fV (Hz) Sync SIZE No. 1 Video 60 Hz Video 60 Hz...
  • Page 51Memory Preset signal fH (kHz) fV (Hz) Sync SIZE No. 37 1024 × 768 VESA 60 48.363 60.004 H-neg V-neg...
  • Page 52 Warning on power connection Use the supplied power cord when you use the projector in your country/region. Otherwise, use...
  • Page 53Dimensions Front 532 (21) 26 (1 1/16) 497 (19 5/8) 29.5 (1 3/16) 116 (4 5/8) (5/16) 7.6 (2 7/8)...
  • Page 54 Side 82 (3 1/4) 34 (1 3/8) 16.5 (21/32) 133 (5 1/4) 112 (4 1/2) 112 (4 1/2) 9.5...
  • Page 55Rear 120 40 40 90 71 (2 7/8) (4 3/4) (15/8) (15/8) (3 5/8) 96 (3 7/8) 10 (13/32) 15...
  • Page 56 H Index Hue ..........................................................28 A I Adjust Signal Illumination .............................................37 APA ..................................................... 31 Image Flip ................................................36 Phase ................................................... 31...
  • Page 57 turn off .................................................21 Precautions ................................................5 Projecting ................................................19 R Remote Commander ................................14 front remote control detector ...............10 location and function...
  • Page 58Sony Corporation
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