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Owner's Manual DCX-500i DCX-500FD DCX-1000i DCX-1000FD DCX-1500i DCX-1500FD Preliminar y .
W olf Cinema User ’s Operating Manual 1.1 Projector Overview ............................................................................................. 1-1 1.2 Components .....................................................................
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 1-1 Wolf Cinema DCX-i and DCX-FD units are all professional 3-chip projectors based on next-generation Digital light Processing™ (DlP™) technology by T exas instruments™ to deliver high quality , crisp, clean images.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 1-2 1.2 Components Section1►Introduction The following listed items are shipped with your projector . ensure you have received all these items before using your projector . User ’s manual • ir remote keypad (includes two, 1.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 2-1 2.1 Quick setup seCTIOn 2 The instructions provided here are for those that are familiar with the projector and wish to quickly set it up and use it temporarily . refer to the remaining subsections of this manual for a more complete setup.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 2-2 Connect the Power Cord The north american-rated power cord is provided with each projector . ensure that you are using a power cord, socket and power plug that meets the appropriate local rating standards.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 2-3 Proper installation of your projector will ensure the quality of your display . Whether you are installing a projector temporarily or permanently you should take the following into account to ensure your projector performs optimally .
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 2-4 Rear screen installations There are two basic types of rear screens: diffused and optical. a diffused screen has a surface, which spreads the light striking it. Purely dif fused screens have a gain of less than one.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 2-5 Throw distance Throw distance is the distance measured from your projector ’s lens to the screen. This is an important calculation in any projector installation as it determines whether or not you have enough room to install your projector with a desired screen size and if your image will be of the right size for your screen.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 2-6 V ertical and horizontal position The correct vertical and horizontal position of the projector in relation to the screen depends on the lens type and the screen size. ideally , the projector should be positioned perpendicular to the screen.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 2-7 Figure 2.1 V ertical Offset Examples Section2►InstallationandSetup Iso - Rear Left View Iso - Front Right View Rear View Top View Side - Left V.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 2-8 Figure 2.2 Lens V ertical Offsets Section2►InstallationandSetup Iso - Rear Left View Iso - Front Right View Rear View Top View Side - Left Vi.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 2-9 The horizontal position of the image can be offset – that is moved to the left or right of lens center , by adjusting the fully motorized lens mount through software. The amount of horizontal offset available depends on the lens installed and if the image has already been vertically offset.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 2-10 Figure 2.4 Lens Horizontal Offset Examples Section2►InstallationandSetup Iso - Rear Left View Iso - Front Right View Rear View Top View Side.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 2-11 Mounting There are several methods for mounting the projector . Depending on your chosen installation, one method may be more suitable than another . in typical front and rear screen installations the projector can be mounted to a secure and level surface, such as a table.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 2-12 Sources connect to the Input Pane l located at the back of the projector . See Figure 2.6. The upper right corner (INPUT 1) typically accepts an rGB signal from an external analog rGB source, or it can also be used for yPbPr signals or additional video sources.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 2-13 Figure 2.7 Connecting RGB and Sync nOTes: 1) If for some reason the projector fails to recognize a signal as an RGB signal, specify this Color Space option within the Picture Adjustments menu. See 3.5 Adjusting the Image.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 2-14 DVI Digital V ideo > InPUT 3 and InPUT 4 provide simultaneous connection of both a composite video source ( InPUT 3 ) and an S-Video source ( InPUT 4 ). See Figure 2.9. Use the DVi-i connector at InPUT 2 to connect either analog or digital video devices to the projector .
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 2-15 as an alternative to the projector ’s keypad or remote, you may wish to communicate with the projector using a PC or other controller . Such a device sends commands and receives feedback via serial links (rS232 and rS422), ethernet or GPiO communications to the projector , all described below .
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 2-16 Figure 2.1 1 Connecting RS-422 Ethernet Communications T o add the projector to an existing ethernet network with other equipment such as controllers and other projectors, connect standard Ca T5 ethernet cable between your ethernet controller (or hub) and the ethernet port on the side of the projector .
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 2-17 seTTInG THe PROJeCTOR’s IP aDDRess: Upon connection to most ethernet networks, each projector’s factory default iP address of 0.0.0.0 triggers the network’ s DHCP (Dynamic Host Conguration Protocol) server function to automatically assign an IP address that is valid and unique for use on that network.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 2-18 The GPiO connector on the input panel can be used to provide a method of interfacing a wide range of external i/O devices to the projector . Refer to Appendix E: System Integration for complete details on pin conguration and how to program the various pins on the connector .
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-1 seCTIOn 3 This section explains how to ef fectively operate the projector once it has been installed. it is recommended that you read this section and familiarize yourself with the components and the availablemenuoptionsbeforeyoubeginusingyourprojectorforthersttime.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-2 all source connections are made to the input panel located at the back of the projector . Connect rGB or yPbPr sources to InPUT 1 , analog or digital display signals to InPUT 2 , composite video to InPUT 3 , and S-Video to InPUT 4 .
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-3 laser radiation is emitted from the laser diode in the remote. Do not look directly into the beam of the remote. The projector can be controlled using one of the following keypads: Built-in Keypad • located at the back of the projector Remote Keypad • for tethered or tether-less control up to 100 feet away (includes cable for use as a wired remote) While each of the keypads provides complete control of the projector , they differ slightly in their arrangement of keys and in what functions can be accessed directly with a key press rather than requiring use of the menu system.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-4 Theater Master > Remote Control Section3►Operation * These are toggle keys, which require you to press and hold or press twice or press and use the up/down arrow keys. nOTe: T o turn the OSD off you must press OSD and .
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-5 Wired Remote > Section3►Operation y ou can convert the ir remote into a wired remote keypad using the cable provided with the projector . Connect one end into the remote and the other to the mini stereo connector on the input panel labeled as ReMOTe .
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-6 Section3►Operation Channel Press Channel to selectaspecicsource setup( channel )denedandstored inprojectormemory . Once you enter a two-digit channel number (or , if there is a list displayed, highlight it and press ), the display will automatically change and update according to the numerous setup parameters dened for that channel.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-7 Section3►Operation Contrast Press Contrast to change the amount of white in your images. Use keys until you reach the desired level of contrast — for best results, start low and increase so that whites remain bright but are not distorted or tinted and that light areas do not become white (i.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-8 Function Key IF WITHIn a MenU: Using the Func for special tasks within the menu system is noted with the appropriate topic elsewhere in Section 3 . For example, press Func in the Channel Setup menu to enable deletion or copying of a channel.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-9 Arrow Keys Use the keys to change a slidebar value or to select a different option within a pull- downlistwithouthavingtorstscrollthroughoptions.Seealso Editing T ext later in Section 3 .
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-10 Enable a notice upon power-up indicating the lamp has logged a given nu mb er of ho ur s as s pe ci fi ed b y the lamp limit (default is lamp specific). 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Lamp Hours Lamp S/N Lamp Message Lamp Limit Lamp Mode Power Intensity Iris Lamp History Change Lamp L a m p 0 ? 1000 Power 500 0 3 H e l p most of the controls for the projector are accessed from within the projector ’s menu system.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-11 if a slidebar , menu or message is displayed you have limited time in which to make a keypad entry before the projector returns to presentation level and the graphic disappears. These time- outs may vary depending on what is displayed.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-12 slidebars in menus — The current value for a given parameter , such as size or vertical stretch, appears to the left of its slidebar icon (adjustment window). This number often expresses a percentage, or it may have units associated with it (such as pixels, degrees Kelvin, etc.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-13 aCTIV a Te THe eDIT WInDOW: T o enter or edit text, highlight the desired parameter (such as a channel name) and press to activate its adjacent edit window . any previously entered text isdisplayedwithitsrstcharacterhighlightedin asquarecursor ,signifyingthatthischaracteris ready for editing.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-14 nOTe: See Section 2, Installation and Setup , for details on connecting sources to the projector . The projector stores and automatically recalls up to 50 different channels (source setups) for a varietyof inputs.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-15 Shown at right is a sample channel list as would be available from Channel . This is typically called the channel list. nOTe: The Channel key may display a channel list or not, depending on what you have dened for “Display Channel List” (see Menu Preferences later in this section).
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-16 a ll a va i la b le c ha n ne l s are listed in the Channel Setup menu, which describes how each channel can be accessed and which serves as the gateway for editing, copying and deleting channels.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-17 FUnCTIOns WITHIn THe CHannel seTUP MenU — T o copy , delete or edit a channel, highlight the desired channel in the Channel Setup menu and do one of two things: Press • Func if you want to copy the selected channel or delete this or other channels.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-18 TO DeleTe MUl TIPle CHannels , highlight any channel in the Channel Setup menu and press Func to go to the Channel Copy/Delete submenu. Select “Delete Unlocked Only” and press to delete all unlocked channels.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-19 aUTO sOURCe: • if checked, (default), the projector can automatically locate this channel when an incoming input signal matches. if not checked, the projector can locate the selected channel only when it is directly selected via Channel on the keypad — and a change in input signal will not result in a channel change.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-20 in the Geometry and Position menu, you can increase or decrease the size of your image, change its proportion (aspect ratio), move the image to a specic area of the screen, and rene other related parameters.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-21 Select • “DeF aUl T” for most sources (factory default). The image will be centered and displayed as large as possible depending on the type of source. Select • “nO ResIZInG” to display the image in its native resolution, which may or may not match the projector ’s 1400 x 1050 resolution.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-22 Pixel Phase nOTe: Adjust “Pixel Phase” after “Pixel T racking”. adjust pixel phase when the image (usually from an rGB source) still shows shimmer or “noise” after pixel tracking is optimized.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-23 blanKInG (TOP , bOTTOM, leFT , and RIGHT): Crop the image as desired so that unwanted edges are removed from the display (changed to black—see right). Blanking denes the size of the Active Input Window , or area of interest.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-24 Use options in the Picture Adjustments menu to alter your image without affecting its size or position. Changes made to the Picture Adjustments menu are applied immediately and are saved when you exit the menu (press exit or menu ).
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-25 Filter The proper lter setting is automatically set for virtually all signals, and rarely needs to be changed. It applies a low pass lter for noise reduction in the incoming input signal, particularly for HDTV or SDTV .
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-26 V ideo Options — SUBMENU This submenu is used with video sources only (InPUTs 3 or 4) . aUTO COlOR leVel: auto Color level affects decoded video images only . enter a checkmark (default) in most instances — this activates the auto Color level circuit to ensure properly bright images.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-27 COlOR: This slidebar adjusts the Color T emp adjust level, i.e. the amount of color in a video image. lower settings produce less saturated colors — for example a setting of “0” produces a black and white image.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-28 aUTO InPUT leVel – T emporarily enter a checkmark only if you are an experienced user and you have an unusual source that you feel needs further color temperature and/or input level adjustment.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-29 nOTes: 1) Input levels apply for the current source only , but for any color temperature used. 2) Assuming that color temperature has been set up based on the internal test patterns, you can then set up input levels for a given source so that it matches the color temperature of the internal test patterns.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-30 Advanced Image Settings — SUBMENU Use the Advanced Image Settings submenu to make the adjustments necessary for lesser-used but more specialized applications on your projector . GaMMa T able: This control applies a default video, graphics or simple gamma table or “curve” to your images, controlling the intensity of mid-level colors and producing maximum contrast, brightness and color performance.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-31 COlOR TeMPeRa TURe — Adjust to apply a specic and accurate color temperature to all displays. Color temperatures are expressed in degrees Kelvin (3200-9300K), and utilize different combinations of the projector ’s original native color primaries to produce a “coloration” or cast (reddishor bluish) inimages—the lower the temperature,the more reddishthe cast; thehigher the temperature, the more bluish the cast.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-32 Advanced Image Settings - SUBMENU (continued) MOTIOn FIl TeR — This control is most useful for smoothing out moving images from interlaced sources. in most cases the proper motion Filter setting is automatically determined according to the type of incoming source signal.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-33 Use the Display Setup menu to dene general operating parameters and communications with other projectors and equipment, and to access other advanced processing and image adjustments affecting overall performance.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-34 Menu Preferences — SUBMENU Use the options in this submenu to adjust the appearance, content and/or location of on-screen menus and messages. laRGe MenU FOnT — enter a checkmark to enlarge menus and their text.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-35 Settings in the Communications submenu dene and control how single or multiple projectors are linked with each other and with a controlling device. Baud Rates The baud rate setting determines the speed of communication to and from the projector on the RS232or RS422 links.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-36 Section3►Operation Rs232 anD Rs422 JOIneD: messages originating from an rS232 or rS422 controller will be relayed to all rS232or rS422 ports. any ethernet communication, however , will not.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-37 Broadcast Key enter a checkmark if you want keypad commands sent to one projector to be relayed to all projectors in a serial network. note that the key will temporarily “override” the effect of a broadcast setting and allowyou to control a specic projector when necessary .
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-38 White Field Uniformity — SUBMENU Corrects for shadows caused by short throw or anamorphic lenses. Edge Blending — SUBMENU The Edge Blending submenu provides a range of controls for smoothing together the overlapping bright edges of multiple adjacent projected images to create a single larger “seamless” image.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-39 DeFInInG “UseR” COlOR GaMUTs: In some cases, you may nd that none of the pre- dened “Select Color Adjustment”options exactly suit yourneeds.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-40 Section3►Operation Color T emp Adjust nOTe: Keep new x,y coordinates within the original color gamut triangle shown here. PROCeDURe FOR X,Y aDJUsTMenTs: See 3.10, Using Multiple Projectors. Color T emp adjust: Use this submenu if you do not have specic color coordinates in mind and will simply judge color performance by meter .
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-41 T est Pattern Choose the desired internal test pattern to display , or select OFF to turn off a test pattern. alternatively , use the T est key for cycling through test patterns. nOTe: There is a centerline (both horizontal and vertical) in the Edge Blending test pattern.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-42 T est Pattern Grey Level Setthedesiredlevelofgreyfordisplayinginthefullgrayeldtestpattern. Freeze Image enter a check mark to freeze (stop) an image on a single frame.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-43 nOTes: 1) Adjust offset before gain, since offset affects gain. 2) A value of 128 represents no change in normal odd pixel offset or gain. 3) Odd Pixel Adjustment eliminates “one pixel on, one pixel off” artifact only , not any type of larger artifacts.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-44 Section3►Operation Aspect Ratio Overlay Selecting this option with a checkmark will overlay a number of common aspect ratio boxes on top of the source image. This is very helpful during the setup of the projector and can be turned offafterdesiredspecicationshavebeenachieved.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-45 Section3►Operation PiP (Picture-in-Picture) and Seamless Switching are independent but related projector features that both utilize two image-processing paths within the projector . in the case of Picture-in- Picture, this double processing enables you to display two different images simultaneously – typically a smaller “secondary” image within a large “primary” background.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-46 Section3►Operation Swap Main and PIP Image T oggle the current picture-in-picture relationship so that the primary (main) image becomes secondary (PiP), and the secondary image becomes primary . Swapping is available only when PiP is enabled.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-47 Section3►Operation Working with Seamless > Switching Seamless Switching is the ability to instantly and/or smoothly switch sources, and is controlled with options 7 and 8 in the PIP menu.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-48 Whenever you install a new lamp in the projector , access the Lamp menu to record the lamp serial number in the projector’s memory . y ou can also choose a lamp mode for regulating power and light output, change iris size, and access other read- only information pertaining to past and present lamps.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-49 lamp modes are described below: Max brightness: • The lamp will always burn as brightly as possible, driven by 100% of the power level rating for the installed lamp (see Section 6, Specications ).
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-50 For example, a 1000 watt lamp can be driven at no more than 1000 watts. T o produce desired brightness at the screen, a new lamp would likely need less than this maximum rating — perhaps 812 watts (example only).
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-51 nOTe: Enter a serial number only if you have just installed a new lamp. This will help ensure that lamp timer is not reset on an old lamp and that the number of hours logged on the lamp will be accurate.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-52 Section3►Operation WHa T Is WHITe FIelD UnIFORMITY? • Noareaofthescreenappearsmorered,greenorbluethananother • Noareaofthescreenappearsbrighterthananother • Colorandlightoutputfromonescreencloselymatchesadjacentscreens Before Y ou Begin read through the entire procedure before attempting to adjust White Field Uniformity controls, and keep in mind the following checklist of prerequisites and guidelines: aDJUsT COlORs FIRsT — always adjust the primary colors as described in the “ Matching Colors in Multiple Screens ” procedure (above) before attempting to work with White Field Uniformity .
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-53 Section3►Operation Step 1: General Setup 1a) adjust primary colors (see matching Colors in multiple Screens) to ensure matched overall color temperatures and light output between screens. IMPORT ANT Double-chec k that all WHITES and LIGHT OUTPUT ar e well-ma tched.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-54 Section3►Operation Step 2: Adjust Color (level of red/green/blue) in Eight Zones nOTes: 1) At this point, ignore the brightness of individual zones. 2) Always ignore menu colors. 2a) On each screen, compare the color temperatures in the eight target zones (four edges and four corners) to that of the color temperature of the center .
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-55 Section3►Operation Figure 3.17. Match Zones to Center Light Output Step 4: Readjust Color T emperature (level of red/green/blue) in Eight Zones nOTes: 1) At this point, ignore the brightness of individual zones.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-56 Section3►Operation For best results, use the same projector model and type throughout your display wall. in addition, avoid high-gain screens whenever possible—the optical performance of such screens demands minimal image offset, thus projectors must be located very close to one another .
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-57 show blending • Overlap turns your dened blend width area to solid gray so that, if needed, simply overlapping the gray bars can seamlessly align two adjacent images.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-58 4. seT blenD WIDTH: On one projector, increase the Blend Width for an overlapping edge (for example, if the projector ’s image is on left, its right edge overlaps the adjacent image — adjust Right Blend Width ).
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-59 Section3►Operation 4. Use the following three color slide bars, Black red level, Black Green level and Black Blue level, so the black hue of each projector matches. 5. y ou can choose which of the next four options, T op, Bottom, left, right, to use depending on which edge of the projector you are working with has been edge blended.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-60 Occasionally the projector will encounter an error condition that can interrupt normal operation. Such a condition can be caused by a simple invalid keypad entry , an input signal error (most common) or a system error .
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-61 When the projector encounters a system malfunction, either a System W arning message or a System error message may appear . Both types of messages are accompanied by a numerical error code on the status leD display .
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 3-62 Code Description GENERAL 12 Software bug. Contact dealer/factory . 13 CRCerrorinashROM.Downloadnewsoftware. 14 engineering-only programming is complete. Call Wolf Cinema, replace TiPm.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 4-1 The projector is an international regulatory agency approved product designed for safe and reliable operation. T o assure complete safety at all times it is important to acknowledge the following precautions while operating the projector .
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 4-2 Section4►Maintenance lamp: The projector uses a Cermax® Xenon lamp to deliver its high brightness. a lamp should be replaced when it has reached its end of life or if a noticeable change in brightness occurs.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 4-3 Slots and vents in the projector provide ventilation. never block or cover these openings. This ensures reliable operation of the projector and prevents overheating. Do not place the projector over a radiator or heat register .
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 4-4 Part Description Frequency action lens as required Clean the lens only when absolutely necessary . a small amount of dust on the lens has very little effect on picture quality . T o clean: Use a soft lint-free cloth without any chemicals.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 4-5 The ir remote Keypad uses two aa size, 1.5V batteries (preferably alkaline). T o install new batteries: Open the battery compartment at the backside of the keypad by placing your thumb in the 1.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 4-6 Section4►Maintenance nOTe: The lamp mode you choose to run the projector in may have an impact on the number of hours expected for the lamp. T ools required: #2 Phillips screwdriver Warnings A qualied service technician must perform lamp replacement.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 4-7 Section4►Maintenance 4. Release THe laMP lOCK Pull out and turn the lamp lock lever , which is located to the left of the lamp module, and turn it ¼ turn counter clockwise to the “unlock” position.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 4-8 Section4►Maintenance 7. lOCK In THe neW laMP MODUle Pull out and turn the lamp lock lever (turned up in Step 4) ¼ turn clockwise to “lock” the lamp in place. nOTe: If you can’t turn the lamp lock into position, it is likely the lamp is not fully inserted.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 4-9 A variety of lenses can accommodate different throw distances and specic typesof installations. RefertoSection 6-Specicationsfor details.T ochangealens,followthe stepsbelow .
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 4-10 Section4►Maintenance STEP 3 > STEP 4 > STEP 5 > Rotate the lens rotate the lens counter- clockwise until the tabs are free from the lens retainer ring. See Figure 4.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 5-1 seCTIOn 5 sPeCIFICa TIOns DCX-500i DCX-500FD light engine Cinema Contrast three chip DLP™ light engine Cinema Contrast three chip DLP™ light engine Color Filter Filmic Color Correction Filter Filmic Color Correction Filter lamp Xenon lamp 500W Xenon lamp 500W lens system V ariScope constant height lens system V ariScope constant height lens system lens Options † .
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 5-2 DCX-1000i DCX-1000FD light engine Cinema Contrast three chip DLP™ light engine Cinema Contrast three chip DLP™ light engine Color Filter Filmic Color Correction Filter Filmic Color Correction Filter lamp Xenon lamp 1000W Xenon lamp 1000W lens system V ariScope constant height lens system V ariScope constant height lens system lens Options † .
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual 5-3 DCX-1500i DCX-1500FD light engine Cinema Contrast three chip DLP™ light engine Cinema Contrast three chip DLP™ light engine Color Filter Filmic Color Correction Filter Filmic Color Correction Filter lamp Xenon lamp 1225W Xenon lamp 1225W lens system V ariScope constant height lens system V ariScope constant height lens system lens Options † .
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual A-1 aPPenDIX a KeYP aD ReFeRenCe nOTe: The IR remote is a standard component provided with the projector . Use the extension cable also provided to convert the IR remote to a wired remote, if desired.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-1 a serial link of rS232 or rS422 enables aSCii communication with the projector so that it can be controlled remotely from a PC or other controller . From a PC, connect a standard nine-wire rS232 serial cable to the Rs232 In port.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-2 DCX Projector serial Communications Protocol: baud Rate: 1 15200 Data bits: 8 Parity: none stop bits: 1 Flow Control: none Controls: .
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-3 Overview This document describes how to use aSCii text communications to control one or more of the following Wolf Cinema projectors from a remote location: DCX-500i • DCX-500FD • DCX-1000i • DCX-1000FD • DCX-1500i • DCX-1500FD • COnneCTIOn and Use: Once you have connected your computer to either the Rs232 In or Rs422 In port (depending on which standard is supported by your computer) or to the eTHeRneT port on a projector listed above, you can remotely access projector controls and image setups, issue commands or queries, and receive replies.
2.1 basic Message structure basic Message structure The following component elds comprise a standard ASCII message. Optional elds, such as extra characters for special modes, restrictions or added functionality , are shown in shaded areas.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-5 Within each message, multiple parameters of data must be separated by one “ • space ” character . Data pertaining to a source setup other than the current source setup is preceded by: the • letter “S”, the source setup number (i.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-6 ( ( ( ( $ $ ( ( ( Code Code Dat a Code Dest. Ad dr . Dat a Code Code Code Dest. Ad dr . Dest. Ad dr . Dest. Ad dr . Dest. Ad dr . Checksu m Dat a Dat a Dat a Code Code Code (002 005CON!064) Code (5 2con? ) ($5 2con?) Src.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-7 2.4 Maximizing Message Integrity Maximizing Message Integrity For additional reassurance and/or maximum message integrity , you can insert one or two special characters: aCKnOWleDGMenTs: if you want assurance from the projector (or group of projectors) that a set message has been processed, request this simple acknowledgment by inserting a “ $ ” just after the start code “ ( “.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-8 2.5 Accessing Specic source setups Accessing Specic Source Setups For aSCii messages described in this document, it is assumed you are adjusting the current source setup (channel) rather than a different specic one.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-9 HelP TeXT : T o have the Help T ext for a specic command returned as a reply from the projector , add the letter “ H ” to your request message. For example: (COn?H) What is the help text for the Contrast Control? (COn! “The Contrast is crushed” ) reply from the projector .
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-10 0 = special Format 5 = T ext 1= slide bar 6 = “Reserved Control” 2 = Checkbox 7 = Date 3 = list 8 = Time 4 = number 9 = IP (dotted quad) examples: (sTD?T) What type of control is STD? (sTD! T003) STD is a list.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-11 3. asCII Codes asCII Codes This section lists all aSCii message codes for controlling the projectors listed on page 3. T o fully understand how an adjustment works or what it does in the projector and/or image, always consult the User ’s manual provided with your projector .
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-12 3.7 aPW auto Power Up 3.8 aRO aspect Ratio Overlay 3.9 asR auto source 3.10 asU auto setup aPW auto Power Up Set aPW to automatically power up (1) or remain off (0) after a power failure. aRO aspect Ratio Overlay This is a function used when setting up the projector .
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-13 blb blue blacklevel SetorrequesttheblueBlacklevel(0-51 1)foraspecicsourcesetup. blD blue Drive SetorrequesttheblueDrive(0-51 1)foraspecicsourcesetup.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-14 Parameter Description P1 = Where to adjust? or (if Wolf W arP and no other parameters)P1 = Which type of White Field Uniformity 0 = Overall 1 = left 2 = right 3 = T op 4 = Bottom 5 = T op left 6 = T op right 7 = Bottom left 8 = Bottom right if Wolf W arP and no P2 or P3 parameters, P1= 0 = Disable 1 = enable normal White Field Uniformity 2–4=User-denedWhiteFieldUniformity(requiress/wv1.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-15 P9 White y P10 magenta x P1 1 magenta y P12 Cyan x P13 Cyan y P14 y ellow x P15 y ellow y examples: (CCa?) = What is the current color adjustment? (CCa 1 661 341 332 575 144 93 320 330) = Set “max Drives” to these x/y coordinates CCC Comprehensive Color Clear The CCC command will copy the data from one of the comprehensive color setups into the currently selected user setup (USer1-4).
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-16 3.32 CRM Chroma / luma Delay CRM Chroma / luma Delay Use Crm to set the time delay (20-50) between the chroma and luminance in decoded signals. CsP Color space CSPspecieswhichcolorspacetheinputsignaluses.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-17 P6 = input polarity & routing Bits 2-0 // horizontal sync source 0 = no sync 1 = horizontal on vertical input 2 = horizontal on horizontal input 3 = horizontal on green input 4 = horizontal on red input 5 = horizontal from Vid1 input 6 = horizontal from Vid2 input Bit 3 // set if composite sync (H & V on same wire) Bit 4 // set if horizontal sync has negative polarity Bit 5 // set if vertical sync has negative polarity Setting1 =replymessageforrstsourcesetupsetting Setting 2 = reply message for second source setup setting Setting 3 = reply message for third source setup setting etc… Setting n = reply message for last source setup setting $ acknowledge of DT a message (if requested) example: ($DT a? S5) (DT a! S005 000 001 05996 03150 059) (COn! S005 045) (BrT! S005 167) etc… $ ReaDInG seTTInGs (Da T a) FOR all sOURCe seTUP T o request all settings for all sources, use P1=0 ($DT a? S0).
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-18 3.39 DTl Detail ReaDInG PReFeRenCe seTTInGs SettingsforprojectorpreferencesareeitherT ransferableorProjector-specic: T ransferable : V alid for any projector of the same model.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-19 Parameter V alue Description P1 1-16 (P1: 1-9 = blend edge/zone brightness) (P1: 10-13 = edge zone width) (P1: 14-16 = color components of overall black level) 1 = Center 2 = T op 3 = Bottom 4 = left 5 = right 6 = T op left 7 = T op right 8 = Bottom left 9 = Bottom right 10 = left Width 1 1 = right Width 12 = T op Width 13 = Bottom Width 14 = Black red level 15 = Black Green level 16 = Black Blue level P2 When P1 = 1-9, P2 = 0-247 When P1 = 10-13, P2 = 0-255 When P1 = 14-16, P2 = 0-255 Brightness (0-247) Zone Width (0-255) Color level (0-255) examples: (BeB 2 15) Set Brightness of top edge to 15 (BeB?) request state of Black edge Blending (BeB! 1) Black edge Blending is enabled ebe edge blending black levels select This command enables (1) or disables (0) the Black edge Blending feature.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-20 examples: (eBl 2 0 15) Set width of top blend to 15 (eBl?) What is the current status of edge Blending—on or off? (eBl! 1) edge Blending is currently enabled ebO edge blending Overlap Use eBO in conjunction with edge Blending to simplify the aligning of edge-blended projectors.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-21 examples: NOTE: The 65535 signies the port address of the controller receiving the message. SynC no longer responding (65535 00030err 001 "System error: SynC no longer responding") attempt to delete the current source (65535 00030err 002 "System W arning: The current source cannot be deleted") (BDr38900) (65535 00030err 003 "BDr: invalid parameter 1") (BlB 25 25) (65535 00030err 004 "BlB: T oo many parameters") (aSr S10) (65535 00030err 005 "aSr: T oo few parameters") (aSr S10 1) (65535 00030err 006 "aSr: Source does not exist") (COn 45) with no source (65535 00030err 007 "COn: Could not be executed") (&con 64 250) (65535 00030err 008 "COn: Checksum error") (aBC?) (65535 00030err 009 "aBC: Unknown request") F aD Fade Time Use F aD to set the time for dissolving one display image into the next (0=seamless, 100=1 second).
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-22 FRD Frame Delay Use FrD to adjust the number of lines of delay between the input and output frames (range varies with incoming signal). FRZ Freeze Image FrZ 1 = freeze the image. FrZ 0 = unfreeze the image.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-23 examples: (Status code for each Fyi is shown as bold ) (00030Fyi 001 000 "Powered Off") (00030Fyi 002 00057 "Projector address changed from 30 to 57") (00057Fyi 003 001 "Projector Ui active, rS-232 inactive") (00057Fyi 004 38400 "Baud rate changed to 38400") (00057Fyi 006 000 01573 05994 "Good Signal") (00057Fyi 006 002 "Bad Sync: HSync is too high") (00057Fyi 007 000 "OSD Off") (00057Fyi 009 001 "Shutter Closed") (00057Fyi 010 034 000 003 "Switched to channel 34, projector input 03") (00057Fyi 010 035 000 004 "Switched to channel 35, projector input 04") GaM Gamma Use Gam to set a 3-digit gamma level interpolated between a base curve (2.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-24 examples: (GIO?) //Requeststateandcongurationofallpins (GIO!"HLLLLHL""IOOOOII") //Replyofpinstateandconguration (GIO"HLLLLHL""IOOOOII") //SetPinstateandconguration.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-25 3.63 HDC DHDM Conguration HDC DHDM Conguration When the Dual SD/HD-SDI module is present, the HDC command species how the card is being used. The module can be used to support a Dual link setup or have two independent singleHDchannels.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-26 3.65 HDl DHDM look Thru setting HDl DHDM loop Thru setting When the Dual SD/HD-SDi module is present, a serial input may be routed to a serial output to allow chaining of signal sources using the HDl command.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-27 HlP Help Use HlP for a list of all serial commands supported in your projector—send the (HlP?) request. each item in the list has 3 parameters stating if the command is disabled (and why), its 3-character code, and the menu label or brief description: P1 = current on/off state of the command 0 = enabled 1 = disabled because power is off 2 = disabled because the required hardware is missing 3 = disabled because the function has not been licensed 4 = disabled because the factory option has not been enabled 5 = disabled because the command is not valid in the current context 6=disabledbecausetheuserhasaninsufcientsecuritylevel 7 = disabled because the function has been locked in the service menu 8 = this is a read-only function P2 = 3-letter aSCii code for the command (aSr, BrU, etc.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-28 3.72 ITG T est Pattern Grey ITG T est Pattern Grey Use ITG to set the grey level for the at eld internal test pattern. The range of adjustment depends on the bit depth available in your projector model.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-29 3.75 KeY Key Code KeY Key Code T o emulate use of the projector ’s keypad, you can send codes representing each keypress. NOTE: For most keys, sending a key code to depress a key also sends a code to release the key .
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-30 3.76 KsT Keystone KsT Keystone Use KST to correct vertical keystone (14-50) so that the sides of the image do not slope away from each other , and the image is rectangular . The default value is 32 (no keystone).
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-31 lDT level Detector enable (1) or disable (0) the lDT (level Detector T est) mode that can aid in setting up input levels. Use in conjunction with LDV (Level Detector V alue), which denes a threshold below which all incoming colors will be turned black, and above which all colors will turn to white.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-32 3.85 lPC lamp Changed lPC lamp Changed Use lPC to record a new lamp serial number (8 characters max.) in projector memory . This will automatically reset the projector ’s lamp timer so that it begins to log time for the new lamp.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-33 T o “nudge” the image down a minimum distance, script in a delay between (l VO K3) and (l VO K0).Dependingonyourapplication,adelayofatleast20-30millisecondsmaybesufcient.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-34 MOT Motion Filter Use mOT to control how de-interlacing is managed. 0 = auto — software determines the best option. 1 = Still — produces crisp images when there is no motion. 2=Motion—forvideonotoriginallyfromlm,orformovingcomputer-generated images 3 = Film — performs inverse telecine operation to reproduce accurately and crisply materialoriginatingfrom24Hzlm.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-35 OTF Output Format Change output format for Cine-iPm 2K. 0 = Single link on DVi-1 or DVi-2 1 = T win link NOTE: DVI-1 has lower 8 bits; DVI-2 has higher 2 bits). P aP PIP aspect Ratio Preset Use P aP to select the preferred aspect ratio for your Picture-in-Picture window .
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-36 3.1 1 1 PHs PIP Horizontal size PHs PIP Horizontal size NOTE: Not available in v1.0. Use PHS to set what percentage (0-100) of the screen width to use for the width of the picture- in-picture window .
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-37 3.1 16 PnG Ping PnG Ping Use PnG to request and get basic projector information such as the type of projector & main software version installed on the TiPm (10-bit image Processor module).
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-38 3.122 PWR Power PWR Power Use PWr to turn the projector power on or off, or to use special modes during a download, or to see the current power state. 0 = Off 1 = On 2 = Boot mode (for downloading new code only) DO nOT Use 3 = no lamp (powered up, but lamp is off.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-39 Reading the Conguration of a Port P1 = <c>‘port’ same values for ‘port’ as above example: (rem? C2): returns (rem! C002 r 01 15200) sending arbitrary Data Out a Port P1 = Port Same values for ‘port’ as above P2 =DataThedatatosendoutthespeciedport example: (rem 2 “a123”): The data a123 is sent out the OUT port without any other protocol characters.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-40 3.131 RTe Real Time events RTe Real Time events Use rTe to specify actions to be initiated at a certain point in time or by an external stimulus. This action can be anything supported in the projector , as long as the action itself is not embedded within an r Te command (such as GiO input simulation and others).
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-41 P3 = State/details (opt.) P3 only applies if: P2 = 1 (Power) if P3 is 0 = Power Off if P3 is 1 = Power On P2 = 2 (error) P3 = error number P2 = 5 (Signal input) P3 = input number P2 = 6 (Signal Channel) P3 = Channel number This optional parameter further denesthestate.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-42 3.132 sa V save Change sa V save Changes The projector normally saves any changes every few minutes and with every power-down. Use Sa V to save changes immediately , and to retain them in the event of a power failure.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-43 3.141 system status ssT system status Use SST to nd out a variety of information about the current state of the projector . The single broad-ranging request (ssT?) for all information triggers the return of a series of replies as if multiple requests had been sent.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-44 3.143 sZP size-Position Presets sZP size-Position Presets Use SZP to resize the image according to one of several preset methods. any value other than “1” shows Custom in the menu. note: When set to default (0), a reading from the projector will identify the current default setting.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-45 When a request is made to retrieve the user message that has already been set, the returned value is displayed in the same format as setting the text. examples: (usr“hello world”) - basic user message.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual B-46 Any coordinate value that is ½ that of the native resolution of the projector denes a “normal” location (i.e., no warping). For example, in a projector with 1400 x 1050 resolution, any “x” value of 700 is normal.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual C-1 aPPenDIX C THROW DIsT anCe Calculating Throw Distance it is important throw distance be precisely calculated for your installation using the appropriate formula from the chart below . T o calculate throw distance you must know the screen size and the lens type installed in the projector .
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual D-1 aPPenDIX D sYsTeM InTeGRa TIOn The GPiO (General Purpose input Output) connector located on the input panel provides a exible method of interfacing a wide range of external I/O devices to the projector .
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual D-2 Real Time Event Use the serial command rTe to specify an action that is initiated at a particular time or based on an external stimulus. For General Purpose IO “G” Parameter name V alue P1 rTe type G (real T ime i/O event) P2 i/O bit 1-7 P3 Pin state (1 Character) (String) H = High l = low “lHXXXHl” Combine multiple inputs and trigger occurs when all conditions are met P4 Commands any valid serial protocol command for the device example 2.
W olf Cinema Owner's Manual E-1 aPPenDIX e OPTIOnal InPUT MODUles This module can display digital video input signals conforming to the DVi (Digital Visual interface) single-channel standard. Features • SupportsDigitalVisualInterface(DVI)single-channel • SupportsVESA ® ExtendedDisplayIdenticationData(EDID™) • Providesanactive-loop-throughusingaDVIconnector(conformingtotheDVI Specication) The module accepts a serial digital 4:2:2 component video signal (yCbCr) via a single seRIal In BnC connector .
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