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XGA Data Projector

SERVICE MANUAL

ELP/EMP-7200

EPSON
INTRODUCTION
This Service Manual describes of the hardware information which is necessary for the
smooth repair and technical support of the XGA DATA PROJECTOR ELP/EMP-7200
and the trouble shooting.
The primary technologies will be supplied with Technical Information hereafter.

HOW TO USE THE SERVICE MANUAL


You may utilize this Service Manual for repair or diagnosis of failures at your service
section. The contents are as following. Before you start the maintenance service, read
every safety precautions and observe safety precautions and observe safety rules.
Precautions: SAFETY, MAINTENANCE, PERSON and others.
Chapter 1: Product specifications (Product General, variance with ELP/EMP-7300,
list of spec. and others)
Appendix: Control software manual, the Part list, the exploded diagrams and others

VCCI RADIO REQUENCY INTERFERENCE SELF RESTRICTION


This product is the type 1 information equipment and uses radio frequency energy and
fully complies with the limits for the specifications in the computer information
equipment radio interference regulation (VCCI rules). If not installed and used
properly manufacturer's instructions, may cause interference to radio and television
reception.

TRADEMARK
IBM and DOS/V are the trademark or the registered trademark of International
Business Machines Corporation.
Macintosh and Power Book are the registered trademarks of Apple Computer Inc.
Windows is the trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
EPSON is the trademark of SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION.

NOTICES
1. This document should not be reproduced in whole or in part without the written permission of
SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION.
2. Any of description in this document is the subject to change without notice in future.
3. The information and specification in this document are the most up-to-date at the time of
publication. However, we are unable to guarantee the accuracy of printed material after the
date of publication. In case of any mistake or lack of description, please kindly notify us to
correct.
4. Any influence by utilizing the document may be out of our responsibility regardless the item 3
above.
©1998 SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION

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Record of Revisions

History Issued Date Alternation


REV-A 1998, November. 27 Preliminary Issued

Memo Random

Free area to memorize any important technical information here.

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PRECAUTIONS

1. MAINTAIN THE SAFETY OF OPERATORS


(1) PROTECTION FROM ELECTRIC SHOCK
* Whenever doing any repair work on the product, be sure to turn off the power switch
and remove the electric power cable from the electrical outlet.
* Whenever inevitably turning the power on to the product opening the case or cover
(repair process) be sure to take off any metallic materials such as watch, cuffs, rings,
and tie pins which may touch the metallic part of the product and dangerous of
electric shock.

(2) PROTECTION FROM ACCIDENTAL INJURY


* Be sure not to touch the lamp inner housing and its circumstances after the power is
turned off, they may be heated up even after the cooling down process was ended.
Also make sure not to touch the light source and its circumstances during the
operation of repair as turning the power on.
* Make sure to protect your hands by gloves from sharp edges during assembly and
disassembly.
* Do not look into the light source or lens while the light is on. Protect eyes from being
damaged.

(3) PROTECTION FROM ACCIDENTS


* Any operation should be done while the device placed on a flat and stable place to
prevent the device or parts from being dropped. Be careful not to place tools and
parts on the device or at your feet.
* Whenever doing any repair work on the product, be sure to away from a place for
foreigner come across in order to prevent the product from being used in
incomplete condition or accidental near miss. Be sure not to leave the product
during any repair work.
* Be sure to use the attached power cable when you supply the power to the product.

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2. SAFETY MAINTENANCE
(1) ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE
* Whenever doing any repair work on the product, be sure to wear the wristband and
the electrostatic mat with grounding. When replacing any electric components
(Board and Optical engine), it is recommended to touch the electrostatic plastic bag
of the component to the metallic part of the product once before take the
component out from the plastic bag.

(2) LIMITATION OF PARTS


* Use only authorized or supplied parts from EPSON for the replacement of
mechanical parts including the lamp inner housing, air filter and so on.
* Use only the power cable and the interface cables attached with the product.

(3) Others
* Visually checks the distortion or dirt at the connectors of the power cable. If dirty,
clean off, and if distorted, replace the cable in order to avoid firing by the flush over
phenomenon.
* When plug the internal connector cables or the interface cables, be sure to fully plug
into the connectors unit until it stack to the connector edge.
* Whenever doing removal of parts or repair work on the product, make sure that the
work is done in a clean room, free of dust and dirt in order to keep the optical
element away from dirt.

3. REQUIREMENT FOR THE SERVICE PERSON


Authorized person should have the following knowledge and skill for the maintenance
of ELP/EMP-7200.
* Need to sufficiently understand the operation and the descriptions of this service
manual.
* Need to have the basic knowledge of electricity (safety operation, circuit diagram,
electrostatic, and else...)
* Need to be trained by EPSON authorized maintenance training program and to have
a certain technique as a service engineer.

4. OTHERS
* Any questions on the ELP/EMP-7200's service including supply of the service parts
or contents of the document would like to be contacted to the below address. Any
technical information about amendments is occasionally available as Technical
Information.

SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION


ADDRESS; 4897 OH-AZA SIMAUCHI,MATSUMOTO-SHI, NAGANO-KEN,
390-8640 JAPAN
TEL: +81-263-48-5437
FAX: +81-263-48-5680
ATTN: VD Customer Support Group

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Contents

Chapter 1
Product Specifications
1.1 PRODUCT GENERAL....................................................................... 1-1
1.2 VARIANCE WITH ELP/EMP-7300 .................................................... 1-1
1.2.1 Component............................................................................... 1-1
1.2.2 ELP Software ........................................................................... 1-2
1.2.3 ESC/VP .................................................................................... 1-2

1.3 SPECIFICATIONS LIST .................................................................... 1-3

1.4 CAPABLE COMPUTERS' MODE LIST ............................................. 1-6


1.5 CAPABLE TV SIGNAL MODE LIST .................................................. 1-9
1.6 EXPLANATION OF AFTER SERVICE INFORMATION .................. 1-10

APPENDIX
A-1. COM IO Software Manual.....................................................................
A-2. Firmware Downloader Manual ..............................................................
A-3. Part List ................................................................................................
A-4. Exploded Diagrams ..............................................................................
A-5 Kinds of Screw Name List......................................................................

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Chapter 1
Product Specifications
1.1 PRODUCT GENERAL

ELP/EMP-7200 XGA DATA PROJECTOR is such model that ELP/EMP-7300 was


changed in respect of Light Valve. In case of this model Micro Lens Allay (MLA) is
not attached on the Light Valve, while ELP/EMP-7300 involves it.
Circuit, mechanism, optical system and others are common with ELP/EMP-7300.
So please handle the relative repair service with referring to Service Manual for
ELP/EMP-7300.

1.2 VARIANCE WITH ELP/EMP-7300


1.2.1 Component
Of all the components of ELP/EMP-7200, every part except the following parts
and units are common with ELP/EMP-7300.

Table 1-1. List of different parts (Comparison between ELP/EMP-7300 and 7200)
Part name Remarks
Optical engine involving Light Valve
Light Valve R No Micro Lens Allay
Light Valve G ditto
Light Valve B ditto
Logotype Plate Indicated name of ELP/EMP-7200.

Rating Label Indicated name of ELP/EMP-7200.


JAN Code Label ditto
Serial No. Label A ditto

Master Carton Indicated name of ELP/EMP-7200.

The Light Valves are incorporated in the optical engine. The Optical engine is to
be supplied as one unit.
Expensive adjustment equipment is required to repair the internal optical engine
so that such items are to be repaired at the exclusive factory in Japan.

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1.2.2 ELP Software
When ELP/EMP-7200 is launched, the software attached with ELP/EMP-7200
and 7300 on purchasing is to be made up-grad at the same time. Any points are
not changed from viewpoints of function.

The different points are as follows:

Table 1-2. Difference between the both accessory software


Description New Old
Name Projector Software ELP Link III Set
Version ELP Link III V2.0 ELP Link III V1.0
Media CD-ROM Floppy Disk
Capable Projector ELP/EMP-3500, 5000, 7000, ELP/EMP-3500, 5000, 7000,
7300 7300
ELP/EMP-5100, 5300, 5500,
7100, 7200
Capable OS Windows3.1 Windows3.1
Windows95, 98 Windows95
Windows NT 3.51, 4.0 Windows NT 3.51, 4.0
Mac KANJI Talk 7.5 and the Mac KANJI Talk 7.1 and the
latter version latter version
Mac System 7.5 and the latter Mac System ver.7 and the
version latter version
Language of Japanese, English Japanese, English
software German, French, Italian,
Spanish and Portuguese

1.2.3 ESC/VP
ESC/VP (Epson Standard Code for Visual Products) is prepared as a command
system for controlling projector via computer.
Each level command is basically upper compatible. However the commands
which correspond to the projector hardware function are exclusive commands
for each model.

The capable projectors for each level are as follows:

Table 1-3. Interchangeability list for ESC/VP Level


Level The capable projector
ESC/VP Level 2 ELP/EMP-3000,3300
ESC/VP Level 3 ELP/EMP-3500,5000,7000,5100,7100
ESC/VP Level 4 ELP/EMP-7300,5500,5300,7200,7500

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1.3 SPECIFICATIONS LIST
Table 1-4. Spec. comparison list (between ELP/EMP-7200 and 7300)
Description ELP/EMP-7200 ELP/EMP-7300
Display system / Optical system

Display method / Running method Poly-silicon 1.3" TFT Poly-silicon 1.3" TFT (MLA
(without MLA) color liquid built) color liquid crystal
crystal display (R/G/B three display (R/G/B three
panels) panels)
Full lines, six phase block Full lines, six phase block
series series
Optical method Dichroic mirror separation and prism combine method
Projection image size Minimum 23 inch to maximum 300 inch
Projection distance 1.2m ∼ 16.7m
Resolution 786,432 pixels (1024 x 768 dots) x 3 sheets
Projection Lens Zoom lens F2.0 - 2.3, f:55-72 mm
Focus adjustment Manual
Zooming adjustment Manual (1:1.3)
Light Source 120 W (AC drive)
Life (Lamp inner housing) UHE (Ultra High Efficiency) lamp, (type: ELPLP05)
2000 hours at 50% brightness or 50% motality)
Average luminance 1000 ANSI lumen 1200 ANSI lumen
(Catalogue spec.) (Catalogue spec.)
AUDIO FEATURES
Output for internal speaker Dynamic speaker (3W-8 Ω) x 2 (stereo)
50 to 18,000 Hz
Audio out Interface External speaker 3.5 mm Stereo mini-jack
Internal speaker output is stopped when mini-jack is
plugged.
Output signal: 0 to 500 mVrms
Load impedance: 600 Ω
Audio L/R interface Audio signal (stereo) from the video devices is
(For Video device) separated with R (Right) and L (Left).
Interface type: RCA jack
Input signal: 500 mVrms
Audio 1 interface Host computer 1 Audio input (stereo)
(For Computer 1) Interface type: 3.5 mm Stereo mini-jack
Input signal: 500 mVrms/47 KΩ
Audio 2 interface Host computer 2 Audio input (stereo)
(For Computer 2) Interface type: 3.5 mm Stereo mini-jack
Input signal: 500 mVrms/47 KΩ
REMOTE CONTROL
Wireless remote controller For controlling ELP/EMP-7200 operating mode and
controlling host computer from ELP/EMP-7200. Signal
is detected with internal receptor board. Control range:
Within 10 m and 30 degree wide (right/left), 15 degree
wide (upper/ lower) from receptor of LCP. When
connecting 3.5 mm stereo mini-jack cable, external
receptor of remote controller is available. (On plugging
internal receptor being off.)
Having conformity to Xantech "REMOTE IN" system

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Description ELP/EMP-7200 ELP/EMP-7300
COMPUTER IMAGE SIGAL
INPUT/OUTPUT
Capable computer mode PC98, EGA, VGA, VESA 72/75/85,
[Refer to Table 1-5 and 1-6] SVGA 56/60/72/75/85, XGA 60/70/75/85
MAC 13”/16”/19”/21, SXGA60/70/75/85/43I
PC Image Signal
Input terminal 1, 2 Form:HD-15Pin (adaptive to DDC1/2B )
Output terminal Form: HD-15Pin
Input/ Output Signal Analogue RGB Standard Input level 0.7Vp-p, 75 Ω
Mac 0.7141 Vpp, 75 Ω
(Analogue RGB adoptive Input level 0.5 to 1.0 Vpp, 75
Ω)
Sync. Signal Separate/Composite/Sync. On Green are capable
Separate Sync.: Positive & Negative 1 to 5 Vp-p
Composite Sync.: Positive & Negative 1 to 5 Vp-p
Sync. On Green: Sync.- Negative 0.3 Vp-p
RGB Video Input
Input Terminal This terminal combines color difference signal input
terminal as well. OSD Menu makes shifting.
(Default: RGB Input)
Form: BNC
Display: R. G/G Sync.: B:HD/Sync.: VD
Input Signal Analogue RGB Input level 0.7 Vp-p, 75 Ω
Separate Sync., Composite Sync. Or Sync. On. Green:
Sync.-Negative 0.3Vp-p
TV IMAGE SIGNAL INPUT
TV Signal Method NTSC3.58, NTSC4.43, PAL, N-PAL, M-PAL, SECAM
[Refer to table 1-7] Automatical discrimination (Fixed use is available.)
S Video Input
Input terminal Form: Mini DIN 4Pin
Input signal Luminance 0.714 Vp-p, Chrominance 0.284 Vp-p 75 Ω
S Video has priority over Composite Video.
Composite Video Input
Input terminal Form: RCA Jack (Yellow)
Input Signal 1.0 Vp-p Sync.-Negative, 75Ω
Color Difference Signal (R-Y, Y, B-Y)
Input
Input terminal This terminal combines RGB Video Input terminal as
well. OSD Menu makes shifting.
(Default: RGB Input)
Form: BNC
Display: Y (owned jointly with Video In G Jack):R-Y
(jointly with Video In B Jack): B-Y (jointly with Video In R
Jack)
Input Signal Analogue RGB Standard Input level 0.7 Vp-p, 75Ω
Sync.-Negative (0.3V)
MOUSE/COM 1/2
Mouse and Serial Communication Automatically discrimination of Mouse (PS/2, Serial,
ADB, 98 Bus), Serial Communication (RS-232C)
Interface type: DIN 13pin

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Description ELP/EMP-7200 ELP/EMP-7300
POWER SUPPLY & Others
Input Voltage AC100-120V/220-240V +- 10% (50/60Hz)
Power Consumption Approx. 200W (Standby mode: 8.4W)

Dimentsions 300 mm (W) x 120 mm (H) x 363 mm (D)


300 mm (W) x 129 mm (H) x 400 mm (D)
include foot adjuster and lens
Weight Approx. 6.7 kg
EMVIRONMENT
Operation/storage temperature +5°C to +40°C/ -10°C to +60°C (non condensing)
Operation/storage humidity 20% to 80%/ 10% to 90% (non condensing)
Operation/storage or carriage Altitude 3048m/ 6096m

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1.4 Capable Computers' Mode List
Modes of capable computers are common to ELP/EMP-7200 and 7300.

Table 1-5. The formally supported PC Signal List (common to ELP/EMP-7300 and 7200)
No Format Timing Timing Original H V Trac Notes
No Name Standard # Freq. Freq. king
[kHz] [Hz]
1 NECPC400 64 NECPC400 640 x 400@56Hz 24.82 56.42 848
2 NECPC750 65 NECPC750 1120 x 750@40Hz 32.86 80.04 728
3 EGA 25 DMT648A 640 x 350@85Hz 37.86 85.08 832
4 VGAEGA 640 x 350@70Hz 31.46 70.00 Windows95
Start UP
5 VGA_Text 93 VGA_m2 720 x 400@70Hz 31.47 70.09 900
6 640x350 @85 640 x 350@85Hz 37.90 85.00 832 VESA Support
7 640x400 @85 640 x 400@85Hz 37.90 85.00 832 Standard Signal
8 720x400 @85 720 x 400@85Hz 37.90 85.00 936
9 VGA60 94 VGA_m3 640 x 480@60Hz 31.47 59.94 800
10 VESA72 97 VS901101 640 x 480@72Hz 37.86 72.81 832
11 VESA75 23 DMT6475 640 x 480@75Hz 37.50 75.00 840
12 VGA75 100 XGA6475 640 x 480@75Hz 39.38 75.00 800
13 VESA85 24 DMT6485 640 x 480@85Hz 43.27 85.01 832 VESA Support
14 SVGA56 89 VG900601 800 x 600@56Hz 35.16 56.25 1024 Standard Signal
15 SVGA60 90 VG900600 800 x 600@60Hz 37.88 60.32 1056
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16 SVGA72 96 VS900603 800 x 600@72Hz 48.08 72.19 1040
17 SVGA75 28 DMT8075 800 x 600@75Hz 46.86 75.00 1056
18 SVGA85 29 DMT8085 800 x 600@85Hz 53.67 85.06 1048
19 XGA43i 95 VGA_m4 1024 x 768@43Hz 35.52 86.96 632
20 XGA60 91 VG901101 1024 x 768@60Hz 48.36 60.00 1344
21 XGA70A 98 VS910801 1024 x 768@70Hz 56.48 70.07 1328
22 XGA70B 103 XGA_m5 1024 x 768@70Hz 56.29 70.01 1368
23 XGA75 4 DMT1075 1024 x 768@75Hz 60.02 75.03 1312 VESA Support
Standard Signal
24 XGA76 99 XGA1076 1024 x 768@76Hz 61.08 75.78 1408
25 XGA85 5 DMT1085 1024 x 768@85Hz 68.68 85.00 1376 VESA Support
Standard Signal

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No Format Timing Timing Original H V Trac Notes
No Name Standard # Freq. Freq. king
[kHz] [Hz]
26 EWS70 6 DMT1170 1152 x 864@70Hz 63.85 70.01 1480
27 EWS75A 7 DMT1175 1152 x 864@75Hz 67.50 75.00 1600 VESA Support
Standard Signal
28 EWS85 8 DMT1185 1152 x 864@85Hz 77.09 85.00 1576
29 EWS60 11 DMT126A 1280 x 960@60Hz 60.00 60.00 1800 VESA Support
Standard Signal
30 EWS75B 13 DMT127A 1280 x 960@75Hz 75.00 75.00 1680
31 SXGA43i 9 DMT1243 1280 x 1024@43Hz 46.43 86.87 848
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32 SXGA60 10 DMT1260 1280 x 1024@60Hz 63.98 60.02 1688 VESA Support
Standard Signal
33 SXGA75 12 DMT1275 1280 x 1024@75Hz 79.98 75.03 1688 VESA Support
Standard Signal
34 MAC13” 54 MAC_13C 640 x 480@66Hz 35.00 66.67 864
35 MAC16” 58 MAC_16 832 x 624@75Hz 49.11 75.09 1120
36 MAC19” 59 MAC_19 1024 x 768@75Hz 60.24 74.93 1328
37 MAC19”60 60 MAC_1960 1024 x 768@59Hz 48.19 59.28 1328

38 MAC21” 61 MAC_21 1152 x 870@75Hz 68.68 75.06 1456

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Table 1-6. List of the PC Signals not formally supported (Common to ELP/EMP-7300 and
7200)

The following signals are not supported formally but they are available on ELP/EMP-
7300 and 7200.
No Format Timing Timing Original H V Trac Notes
No Name Standard # Freq. Freq. king
[kHz] [Hz]
1 VGA256 640 x 400@70Hz 31.46 70.00 800
2 VGACGA 640 x 200@70Hz 31.46 70.00 800
3 MACLC_13 55 MAC_13LC 640 x 480@67Hz 34.98 66.62 896
4 MAC12 51 MAC_12C 512 x 384@60Hz 24.48 60.15 640
5 DMT128A 15 DMT128A 1280 x 960@85Hz 85.94 85.00 1728
6 HP1272 41 HP1272 1280 x 1024@72Hz 78.12 72.01 1728
7 HP1275 42 HP1275 1280 x 1024@75Hz 80.00 75.03 1688
8 IBM60 44 IBM6Km2 1280 x 1024@60Hz 63.36 60.00 1760
9 IBM67 45 IBM6Km3 1280 x 1024@67Hz 70.76 67.00 1696
10 SON1274 75 SON1274 1280 x 1024@74Hz 78.86 74.11 1712
11 SUN1061 77 SUN1061 1280 x 1024@61Hz 65.27 61.40 1424
12 SUN1166 79 SUN1166 1152 x 900@66Hz 61.80 65.95 1504
13 SUN1176 81 SUN1176 1152 x 900@76Hz 71.71 76.05 1472
14 SUN1267 83 SUN1267 1280 x 1024@67Hz 71.72 66.72 1632
15 SUN1276 85 SUN1276 1280 x 1024@74Hz 81.13 76.11 1664
16 SGI_1272 SGI_1272 1280 x 1024@72Hz 76.92 72.20 1690
17 INT1160 47 INT1160 1184 x 884@60Hz 52.20 60.00 1504
18 DMT1243_R DMT1243_R 1280 x 1024@43Hz 46.43 86.87 848

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1.5 Capable TV Signal Mode List
Modes of capable TV Signals are common to ELP/EMP-7200 and 7300.

Table 1-7. TV adaptive mode list (common to ELP/EMP-7300 and 7200)


TV Mode Carrier Vertical Scanning Remarks
Frequency Frequency Line
(MHz) (Hz) (pcs)
NTSC3.58 3.580 60 525 General NTSC (Japan,
(M-NTSC) USA and others)
PAL 4.434 50 625 General PAL (Europe,
(B/G/H/I-PAL) South East Asia and
others)
SECAM 4.406 / 50 625 *1 (France, East Europe
4.250 and others)
NTSC 4.43 4.434 60 525 *2
N-PAL 3.582 50 625 (Argentine, Uruguay,
Bolivia)
M-PAL 3.572 60 525 (Brazil)
PAL-60 4.434 60 525 *2

[Additional explanation]
On air method is shown with Color method-NTSC/PAL/SECAM and broadcasting
standard-N/M/B/G.

*1 SECAM has "L" and "B/G/H" methods. These ones vary each other in respect
of polarity of horizontal sync. signal and voice modulation method.
*2 NTSC4.43 and PAL60 are what are output when NTSC software is reproduced
on VCR of PAL spec. Then the NTSC data is to be output in PAL spec.
NTSC4.43 has transmission method of NTSC and the carrier frequency is
4.43MHz as well as PAL.
PAL60 has transmission method of PAL and the vertical frequency is 60Hz as
well as NTSC.
Either ones have source of M-NTSC so that they have 525 pcs of scanning
line for each.

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1.6 E xpla n a t ion of Aft er Ser vice In for m a t ion
In the event pressing Enter and Menu buttons at the same time about for 5
seconds, After Service Information is shown.
This information is shown in English regardless of the selected language.

1.6.1 Con t en t s of su ch in for m a t ion


(1) Sync. Frequency; H: kHz /V: Hz
(2) Sync. Polarity; H/ V [Positive] or [Negative]
(3) Sync. Mode; [Separate Sync.] ,[Composite Sync.] or [Sync-on- green]
(1), (2) and (3) are shown only in case computer or EWS is used as the
relative source.
(4) Detected Comp. Mode; (Refer to Table 1-5, 1-6 and 1-7)
(5) Lamp Operation Time; Hour (time is still added after replacing lamp.)
(6) Lamp Replacement; Times
(7) Lamp ON/OFF; Times
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Appendix

A-1. COM IO Software Manual

A-2. Downloader Manual


This software has been made in order to set up and version up software of the Multi
media projector, EMP/ELP-7300/5300/7200 through PC.
The firmware mentioned here means a generic name of the program installed in the
flash ROM of projector and it is such software as made for the purpose of controlling
EMP/ELP-7300/5300/7200.

A-3. After Service Parts List for EMP/ELP-7300, 5300, 7200

A-4. Exploded Diagram for EMP/ELP-7300, 5300, 7200

A-5 Screw Name List


COM IO MANUAL Ver1.5

Com IOSoftware Manual


November 25, 1998
VDCS Group
1. The theory of installing the software
(1) Make PC (with Windows95 installed) ready.
(2) Make a new holder (e.g. Com_IO) on the hard disk.
(3) Copy the following files in the holder.
1) comio.exe execution file
2) comio.ini ini file
3) LT_Count. txt lamp timer count command file
4) 50LT-reset. txt lamp timer reset file for EMP-5000,7000,5100 and 7100
5) RearProj. txt reversing right side left execution file
6) RearReset. txt revering reset file
7) 7000PAL. txt PAL spec. setting file for EMP-7000 and 7100
8) 7000NTSC. txt NTSC spec. setting file for EMP-7000 and 7100
9) 73LT-reset. txt lamp timer reset file for EMP-7300 ,5300 and 7200
10) 55LT-reset.txt lamp timer reset file for EMP-5500 and 7500

2. The theory of using Com IO


(1) Preparatory items
*Projector
*PC with "Com IO" software installed
*Main cable
*PC serial cable
(2) Connect the main cable and PC serial cable to the projector.
(3) Connect the PC serial cable to serial port com1 of PC.
(4) Power on the projector.
(5) Execute "comio.exe" file. (Click twice times on the explore. Or make a short cut and then click the
icon twice times.)

(6) Open necessary command in the "Transmit List" and execute the item by transmitting.
(7) The commands included in the Transmit List are always to be executed. In case of
executing any new commands, please surely execute it after eliminating the former command
with pressing "Delete(D)" button.

SEIKO EPSON 1 



COM IO MANUAL Ver1.5

3. Measuring the detailed data of lamp timer (except ELP-3500/ EMP-3500)


3-1. Execution of command
(1) Press "Open(O)" button.
(2) Select "LT_Count.txt" file.
(3) Open the "LT_Count.txt" file.
(4) Command (1), (2) and (3) are indicated on the "Transmit List".
(5) Press "Transmit(C)" button.
(6) The "Receive List" is indicated.
(1) ACK
(2) ACK 1B0A02080001200025A6
(3) ACK

3-2. The theory of lamp timer counting


(1) Time is indicated at (2)ACK in the "Receive List" mentioned in 3-1. (6).
(2) Disregard 2 figures from the right end.
(3) The 4 figures, which are from 3rd figure to 6th figure with counting from the right end, do
indicate hour. (*counted by hexadecimal)
ex) 25 (16) = 37 hour
(4) The 4 figures, which are from 7th figure to 10th figure with counting from the right end, do
indicate second. (*counted by hexadecimal)
ex) 120 (16) = 288 seconds = 4 minutes 48 seconds

4. The theory of resetting lamp timer (except ELP-3500/ EMP-3500)


4.1 for EMP/ELP-5000,7000,5100 and 7100
(1) Press "Open(O)" button.
(2) Select "50LT_reset.txt" file.
(3) Open the "50LT_reset.txt" file.
(4) Command (1), (2) and (3) are indicated on the "Transmit List".
(5) Press "Transmit(C)" button.
(6) The following "Receive List" is indicated.
(1) ACK
(2) ACK
(3) ACK

4.2 for EMP/ELP-7300, 5300 and 7200


(1) Press "Open(O)" button.
(2) Select "73LT_reset.txt" file.
(3) Open the "73LT_reset.txt" file.
(4) Command (1), (2) (3) (4) and (5) are indicated on the "Transmit List".
(5) Press "Transmit(C)" button.
(6) The following "Receive List" is indicated.
(1) ACK
(2) ACK
(3) ACK
(4) ACK
(5) ACK

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COM IO MANUAL Ver1.5

4.3 for EMP/ELP-5500, 7500


(1) Press the Power button to turn off the projector,
(2) When the projector is in sleep mode, you can execute "com io" software.
(3) Press "Open(O)" button.
(4) Select "55LT_reset.txt" file.
(5) Open the "55LT_reset.txt" file.
(6) Command (1), (2) and (3) are indicated on the "Transmit List".
(7) Press "Transmit(C)" button.
(8) The following "Receive List" is indicated.
(1) ACK
(2) ACK
(3) ACK
(9)Turn off the power switch on the back of the projector.

5. Reversing right side left


(1) Press "Open(O)" button.
(2) Select "RearProj. txt" file.
(3) Open "RearProj. txt" file
(4) Command (1) is indicated on "Transmit List".
(5) Press "Transmit(C)" button.
(6) "Receive List" is indicated.
Indication; (1) ACK

6. Resetting the reversal (common for ELP-3500, 5000 and 7000)


(1) Press "Open(O)" button.
(2) Select "RearReset. txt" file.
(3) Open "RearReset. txt" file.
(4) Command (1) is indicated on "Transmit List".
(5) Press "transmit(C)" button.
(6) "Receive List" is indicated.
Indication; (1) ACK

7. Setting TV signal into PALspec. (Non Interlace double scanning method) (Only for EMP-7000)
(Refer to Technical Information No. 97-05)
(1) Press "Open(O)" button.
(2) Select "7000PAL. txt" file.
(3) Open "7000PAL. txt" file
(4) Command (1) , (2), (3) and (4) are indicated on "Transmit List".
(5) Press "Transmit(C)" button.
(6) "Receive List" is indicated.

8. Setting TV signal into NTSCspec. (Interlace method) (Only for EMP-7000)


(Refer to Technical Information No. 97-05)
(1) Press "Open(O)" button.
(2) Select "7000NTSC. txt" file.
(3) Open "7000NTSC. txt" file
(4) Command (1) , (2), (3) and (4) are indicated on "Transmit List".
(5) Press "Transmit(C)" button.
(6) "Receive List" is indicated.

Com IO MANUAL Ver1.1 Issued Date: August 11, 1997


Ver1.5 Issued Date: November 25, 1998

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DownLoader MANUAL Ver1.2 1/2

ELP/EMP-7300/5300/7200 Down loader Manual


Nov. 12. 1998
by Miyata, VDCS Group

1 Outline of software
This software has been made in order to set up and version up software of the Multi media projector,
EMP-7300/5300/7200 through PC.
The firmware mentioned here means a generic name of the program installed in the flash ROM of
projector and it is such software as made for the purpose of controlling EMP-7300/5300/7200.

2 Matters demanding special attention


If firmware is wrongly set up, projector can turn to impossible to use. Except instructed in this
manual, never attempt to use this software in other ways.
If error occurs while data is transmitted from firmware, the main board of projector can turn to
impossible to use. Please take care the power supply cable and main cable for transmission not to
be unplugged on the way.

3 How to install software


3.1 Prepare PC (the DOS/ V PC on which Windows95 is installed)
3.2 Make a new folder (e.g. “DownLoad”) on the hard disk.
3.3 Copy files in a folder.
Download.exe Execution file
Download.ini ini file
RSCD10.hex Firmware data file for EMP-7300

4 How to set up downloader


4.1 What is required
 Projector
 PC on which downloader is installed
 Main cable
 PC serial cable
 AC power cable
4.2 Connect projector with main cable and PC serial cable.
4.3 Connect one end of PC serial cable to com1 of the PC serial port.
4.4 Connect AC power cable while pressing the power button and enter button on the projector itself at the
same time. Then the projector turns to download mode.
4.5 Carry out downloader.exe. (Do double click under explorer. Otherwise make short cut key beforehand
and double click the icon.)

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DownLoader MANUAL Ver1.0 2/2

5 How to down load firmware


5.1 Press Open button and select necessary file.
In case of version up of firmware for EMP-7300, select Rscd10.hex.

5.2 Select Download Area.


In case of version up of firmware, select PROGRAM.

Close Button

5.3 Press Down Load button and carry out download. Then progress status of communication is
displayed at the bottom of screen.
5.4 If message of communication end is displayed, press Close button and finish the software.

6 When you fail downloading


In the instance, please try again from procedure 4.4 to 5.4

DownLoader MANUAL Ver1.0 Issued on June 2. 1998


Ver1.1 Issued on Sep. 30. 1998
Ver1.2 Issued on Nov. 12, 1998
ELP-7300/5300/7200 After Service Parts List 1/3

NO DESCRIPTION SPECIFICATION

1 Lower Case Unit


2 Lamp Cover
3 Air Filter Cover
4 Mini Cramp
5 Foot Unit
6 Foot Lever L
7 Foot Lever R
8 Screw 3x15,F/Zn
9 Screw 4x14,F/Zn
10 Optical Engine
11 Lamp Inner Housing
12 Intake Fan
13 Air Filter B
14 Filter Flame B
15 Screw 3x25,F/Zn
16 Board Spacer
17 Zoom Ring
18 Focus Ring
19 Screw 2x4,F/Ni
20 Power Supply Block
21 Power Supply Unit
22 Ballast Board Assembly
23 Screw 3x6,F/Ni
24 Receptor Board Assembly A
25 Receptor Cable
26 Screw 3x6,F/Ni
27 Speaker L
28 Screw 3x6,F/Ni
29 Screw 3x10,F/Zn
30 Screw 3x8,F/Zn
31 Audio Speaker Unit
32 Audio Speaker Fixing Plate
33 Speaker R
34 Screw 3x6,F/Ni
35 Audio Board Assembly
36 Screw 3x6,F/Ni
37 Spring
38 Radiation Sheet
ELP-7300/5300/7200 After Service Parts List 2/3

NO DESCRIPTION SPECIFICATION

39 Shield Gusket
40 Screw 3x6,F/Ni
41 Rear Case Unit V
42 Rear Case
43 Exhaust Fan
44 Exhaust Fan Cushion
45 Screw 3x30,F/Zn
46 Clip
47 IF Unit PC-IF
48 Screw 3x6,F/Ni
49 Video-IF
50 Screw 3x6,F/Ni
51 Screw 3x8,F/Zn
52 Main Board Assembly
53 Screw 3x6,F/Ni
54 Clip
55 Cable Assembly AJ-AU
56 Cable Assembly MJ-MA
57 Cable Assembly PJ-MA3
58 Cable Assembly PJ-MA8
59 Cable Assembly VJ-AJ-MA
60 Cable Assembly VJ-MA
61 Cable Assembly MA-AU
62 Cable Assembly Lamp-Fuse
63 Safety Switch
64 Thermo Sensor .Lamp
65 Thermo Sensor .L/V
66 Thermo Sensor .OA
67 Mini Cramp B
68 Screw 3x12,F/Zn
69 Screw 2.5x5,F/Zn
70 Handle
71 Clip Nat
72 Upper Case Unit
73 Operation Panel Spring
74 Operation Panel
75 Screw 4x9,F/ZB
76 Screw 4x14,F/Zn
ELP-7300/5300/7200 After Service Parts List 3/3

NO DESCRIPTION SPECIFICATION

77 Inter Face Panel V


78 Screw 2.5x6,F/ZB
79 Front Foot Rubber Unit
80 Lens Cap
81 Logotype Plate

Carton Box Set


Reinforcement Pad
Lower Pad
Upper Pad
Accessory Box
Accessory Holder
Polyvinyl Bag
Soft Bag
Slip Sheet
UPC Code Label
Caution Label A (Lamp Exchange)
Caution Label B (Don't Look)
Caution Label C (Don't Open)
User's Manual Set
Seal Set
AC Power Cable
A.V.Cable
Remote Controller
Mac Adopter Set
Computer Cable
Audio Cable
ELP Communication Kit
Main Cable
PS/2 Mouse Cable
Serial Mouse Cable
Mac Mouse Cable
Serial Cable
Mac Serial Cable
Projector Software
November 9, 1998
SEIKO EPSON, VDCSG
Exploded Diagram for EMP/ELP-7300/5300/7200 ( 1/2 )
75. Screw [CB 4x9] 53. Screw [CP(o) 3x6]

72. Upper Case Unit


51. Screw [CBP-tite 3x8]
70. Handle

52. Main Board Assembly

76. Screw [CBB-tite 4x14]


20. Power Supply Block 41. Rear Case Unit V
29. Screw 9. Screw [CBB-tite 4x14]
40. Screw [CP(o) 3x6] [CCP-tite
3x10] 30. Screw [ CBP-tite 3x8]

31. Audio
Speaker
Unit
68. Screw 10. Optical Engine
[CBP-tite 3x12 ]

63. Safety
Switch
1. Lower Case Unit
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SEIKO EPSON, VDCSG

Exploded Diagram for EMP/ELP-7300/5300/7200 (2/2)


23. Screw [CP(o) 3x6]
15. Screw [CP(S-P1) 3x25]

14. Filter Flame B


74. Operation Panel
13. Air Filter B
22. Ballast Board
Assembly
12. Intake Fan
43. Exhaust
21. Power 73. Operation Panel
Fan 16. Board Spacer 28. Screw [CP(o) 3x6]
Supply Spring
Unit 75
27. Speaker L
75
17. Zoom Ring
26. Screw
18. Focus Ring [CP(o) 3x6]

26. Screw
45. Screw [CP(o) 3x6]
[CBP-tite 3x30]
24. Receptor Board Assembly A
80. Lens Cap
6. Foot Lever L
19. Screw
[CPB-tite 2x4]

11. Lamp Inner Housing 75. Screw [CB 4x9]


42. Rear Case
81. Logotype Plate

78. Screw [CP 3x6] 34. Screw


4. Mini Cramp 39. Shield Gasket
[ CP(o) 3x6]
77. Inter Face Panel V
36. Screw
33. Speaker R [CP(o) 3x6]

5. Foot Unit
35. Audio
Board
4. Assembly
8. Screw
43. Exhaust Fan [CBP-tite 3x15]

38. Radiation
2. Lamp Cover 79. Front Foot Sheet
50. Screw
[CP(o) 3x6] 47. IF Unit PC-IF Rubber Unit
48. Screw 37. Spring
49. Video-IF 3. Air Filter Cover 7. Foot Lever R
[CP(o) 3x6] 32. Audio Speaker Fixing Plate
1.12
VDCS Group

Screw Name
Terms Names (Japanese) Names
CB + Cross-recessed Bind head screw
CBB-tite +,B Cross-recessed Bind head B-tite self-tapping screw
CBP-tite +,P Cross-recessed Bind head P-tite self-tapping screw
CCP-tite +
,P Cross-recessed Cup head P-tite self-tapping screw
CP +  Cross-recessed Pan head screw
CP(S-P1) +  ,s2w1 Cross-recessed Pan head screw with spring washer
and plain washer
CP(S-P2) +  ,s2w2 Cross-recessed Pan head screw with spring washer
and plain washer
CP(O) +  ,B Cross-recessed Pan head screw with outside toothed
lock washer
HSH 6,s2 Hexagon Socket Head screw

Screw Types
Head (top) Head (side) Body Washer (assembled)
C (Cross-recessed) B (Bind) B-tite (O)

HSH (Hexagon C (Cup) P-tite (S-P1)


Socket Head)

P (Pan)

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