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                 FILE NO. 333-200002




SERVICE MANUAL



3LCD DATA PROJECTOR
                  TLP-B2




DRAFT
            SAFETY PRECAUTION

WARNING: Service should not be attempted by anyone unfamiliar with the necessary precautions on this
projector. The following are the necessary precautions to be pbserved before servicing this chassis.
1 . An isolation Transformer should be connected in the power line between the projector and the AC Iine
  before any service is performed on the projector.
2. When replacing a chassis in the cabinet, always be certain that all the protective devices are put back in
  place, such as; non-metallic control knobs, insulating covers, shields, isolation resistor-capacitor network
  etc .
3. Before returning the set to the customer, always perform an AC Ieakage current check on the exposed
  metallic parts of the cabinet, such as terminals, screwheads, metal overlays, control shafts etc. to be sure
  the set is safe to operate without danger of electrical shock. Plug the AC Iine cord directiy into a AC outlet
  (do not use a line isolation transformer during this check). Use an AC voltmeter having 5000ohm per volt or
  more sensitivity in the following manner: Oonnect a1500ohm 10W resistor, paralleled by a 0.15 uF, AC type
  capacitor, between a known good earth ground (water
  pipe, conduit, etc.) and the exposed metallic parts, one
  at a time. Measure the AC voltage across the combina-
  tion of 1500ohm resistor and 0.15 uF capacitor. Reverse
  the AC plug at the AC outlet and re peat AC voltage mea-
  surements for each exposed metallic part. Voltage mea-
  sured must not exceed 5.25V(rms). This corresponds
  to 3.5 mA(AC). Any value exceeding this limit consti-
  tutes a potential shock hazard and must be corrected
  immediately.




            PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE

Many electrical and mechanical parts in this chassis have special safety-related characteristics. These charac-
teristics are often passed unnoticed by a visual inspection and the protection afforded by them cannot neces-
sarily be obtained by using replacement components rated for higher voltage, wattage, etc. Replacement parts
which have these special safety characteristics are identified in this manual and its supplements; electrical
components having such features are identified by the international hazard symbols on the schematic diagram
and the parts list.
Before replacing any of these components, read the parts list in this manual carefully. The use of substitute
replacement parts which do not have the same safety characteristics as specified in the parts list may create
shock, fire or other hazards.



            ULTRAVIOLET DANGER IN SERVICE MODE

Eye damage may result from directly viewing the light produced by the lamp used in this product. Always turn
oft lamp before opening this cover. Ultraviolet radiation eye protection required during servicing.
                                                             CONTENTS

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS...............................I
IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS.........................II
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTION.............III




                                                          SECTION 1
                                         PART REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURES

1. LOCATION OF MAIN PARTS..............................1-1                      3-10. Audio PC Board............................................1-13
2. LOCATION OF PC BOARD..............................1-2                        3-11. Screws.......................................................1-14
3. REPLACEMENT OF MECHANICAL PARTS.........1-3                               4. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT................................1-15
   3-1. Lamp Assembly............................................1-4         5. LED Display......................................................1-16
   3-2. Top Cover......................................................1-5
   3-3. Main PC Board................................................1-6
   3-4. Lamp Cover....................................................1-7
   3-5. Lamp House Assembly.......................................1-8
   3-6. Exhaust FAN Assembly......................................1-9
   3-7. Power supply Unit...........................................1-10
   3-8. Intake FAN Assembly.......................................1-11
   3-9. Optical Engine.............................................1-12




                                                                   SECTION 2
                                                              SERVICING DIAGRAMS

1. PART CONFIGURATION........................................2-1             3. CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS............................................2-3
2. BLOK DIAGRAMS..............................................2-2            4. PRINTED WIREING BOARD AND
                                                                                SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS.....................................2-4




                                                                     SECTION 3
                                                                     PARTS LIST

1. SAFTY PRECAUTIONS.........................................3-1             3. EXPLODED VIWS...........................................3-3
2. NOTICE.............................................................3-2       3-1. Packing Assembly.......................................3-4
                                                                                3-2. Accessory.................................................3-5
                                                                                3-3. Labels......................................................3-6
                                                                                3-4. Chassis Assembly........................................3-7
                                                                                3-5. Optical Engine Assembly...............................3-8
                                                                             4. PARTS LIS......................................................3-9
    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
                                                      WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THlS
                                                               APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. DANGEROUS HIGH VOLTAGES ARE
                                                               PRESENT INSIDETHE ENCLOSURE. DO NOT OPEN THE CABINET. REFER
                                                               SERVICING TO QUALIRED PERSONNEL ONLY.

                                                      CAUTION:        Laser beam is emitted when the laser button of the remote control is pressed. Do not
                                                                     look from the front of the remote control. Do not face toward a person or to a mirror.

                                                      FCC Radio Frequency Interference Statement
                                                      Note:       This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits ior a Class A
         The lightning flash with arrowhead                      digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
         symbol, within an equilateral triangle,                 provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is
         is intended to alert the user ta the                    operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can
         presence of uninsulated "dangerous                      radiates radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
         voltage" within the product's                           instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
         enclosure that may be of sutficient                     Operation of this equipment in a residential area is iikeiy to cause harmful
         magnitude to constitute a risk of                       interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his
         electric shock to persons.                              own expense.

         The exclamation point within an              WARNING: Changes or modifications made to this equipment, not expressly approved by
         equilateral triangle is intended to                   Toshiba, or parties authorized by Toshiba, could void the usei's authority to operate
         alert the user to the presence of                     the e ui ment.
         important aperating and
         maintenance (servicing) instructions         Notice:         This C[ass A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
         in the literature accompanying the                          Cet appareil num6rique de la classe A est conforme ~ la norme NMB-003 dL
         a p pliance.                                                Canada.




IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS                                                          In the spaces provided below, record the Model and Serial No. Iocated
                                                                               at the rear of your LCD projector.

                    Save Original Packing Materials                            Mode No.                              Serial No.
The original shipping carton and packing materials will come in
handy if you ever have to ship your LCD projector. For maximum
protection, repack the set as it was originally packed at the factory,         Retain th's information for future reference.



                           Avoid Volatile Liquid
Do not use volatile liquids, such as an insect spray, near the unit.
Do not leave rubber or plastic products touching the unit for a lon*
time.The wiil marthefinish.


                          Moisture Condensation
Never operate this unit imrnediately after moving it from a cold
location to a warm location. When the unit is exposed to such a
change in temperature, moisture may condense on the crucial
internal parts. To prevent the unit from possible damage, do not use
the unit for at least 2 hours when there is an extreme or sudden
change in temperature.
  IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION: PLEASE READ AND OBSERVE                      1. Read Owner's Manual                              3. Source of Light
        ALLWARNINGS AND                                  After unpacking this product, read the              Do not look into the lens while the lamp is
        INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN IN THIS                       owner's manual carefully, and follow all the        on. The strong !ight from the lamp may
        OWNER'S MANUAL AND THOSE                         operating and other instructions.                   cause damage to your eyes or sight.
        MARKED ON THE UNIT. RETAIN
        THIS BOOKLET FOR FUTURE
        REFERENCE.

This set has been designed and manufactured
to assure personal safety. Improper use can
resu t 'n electric shock or fire hazard. The
safeguards incorporated in this unit will protect                                                         4. Ventilation
you if yov observe the following procedures for       2. Power Sources                                       Openings in the cabinet are provided for
installation, use and servicing. This unit is fully      This product should be operated only from           ventilation and to ensure reliable operation
transistorized and does not contain any parts            the type of power source indicated on the           of the product and to protect it from
that can be repaired by the user.                        marking label. If you are not sure of the type      overheating, and these openings must not
DO NOT REMOVETHE CABINET COVER, OR                       ot power supply to your home, consult your          be blocked or covered. The openings
YOU MAY BE EXPOSED TO DANGEROUS                          product dealer or local power company.              should never be blocked by placing the
VOLTAGE. REFER SERVICING TO                              For products intended to operate from               product on a bed, sofa, rug or other similar
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL ONLY.                        battery power, or other sources, refer to the       surface. This product should not be placed
                                                         o erating instructions.                             'n a built-in installation such as a bookcase
                                                                                                             or rack unless proper ventilation is provided
                                                                                                             or the manufacturer's instructions have
                                                                                                             hered to.




  IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

  5. Heat                                             7. Cleaning                                         9. Overleading
     The product should be situated away trom            Unplug this product from the wall outlet            Do not overload wall outlets; extension
     heat sources such as radiators heat                 before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners         cords, or integral convenience receptacles
     registers, stoves, or other products                or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for           as this can result in a risk of fire or electric
     (including amplifiers) that produce heat.           cleaning.                                           shock.




                                                                                                          10. Lightning
  6. Water and Moisture                               8. Power-Cord Protection                                For added protection for this product during
      Do not use this product near water - for           Power-supply cords should be routed so               storm, or when it is left unattended and
      example, near a bath tub, wash bowl,               that they are not likely to be walked on or          unused for long periods of time, unplug it
      kitchen sink, or laundry tub; in a wet             pinched by items placed upon or against              from the wall outlet.
      basement; or near a swimming pool and the          them, paying particular attention to cords at        This will prevent damage to the prodvct due
      like .                                             plugs, convenience receptacles, and the              to lightning and power-line surges.
                                                         oint where they exit from the product.
          IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS


    1 1. Object and Liquid Entry                         1 3. Stack Inhibited                              1 5. Accessories
        Never push objects of any kind into this             Do not stack other equipment on this              Do not place this product on an unstable
        product through openings as they may                 product or do not place this product on the       cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The
        touch dangerous voltage points or short-out          other equipment.                                  product may fall, causing serious injury to a
        parts that could result in a fire or electric        Top and bottom plates of this product             child or adult, and serious damage to the
        shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the         develops heat and may give some                   product. Use only wi{h a cart, stand, tripod,
        product.                                             undesirable damage to other unit.                 bracket, or table recommended by the
                                                                                                               manufacturer, or sold with the product. Any
                                                                                                               mounting of the product should follow the
                                                                                                               manufacturer's instructions and should use
                                                                                                               a mounting accessory recommended by the
                                                                                                               manufacturer.
                                                                                                               A product and cart combination should be
    1 2. Do not place the product vertically             1 4. Attachments                                      moved with care. Quick stops, excessive
        Do not use the product in the upright                Do not use attachments not recommended            force, and uneven surfaces may cause the
                                                                                                               product and cart combination to overtvrn.
        position to project the pictures at the              by the product manufacturer as they may
        ceiling, or any other vertical positions.            cause hazards.
        It may fall down and dangerous.




      I MPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

16. Damage Requiring Service                              1 7. Servicing                                     1 9. Safety Check
       ~nplug this product from the wall outlet and           Do not attempt to service this product             Upon completion of any service or repairs
       refer servicing to qualified sen/ice                   yourself as opening or removing covers             to this product, ask the service technician to
       personnel under the following conditions:              may expose you to dangerous voltage or             perform safety checks to determine that the
    a) When the power-supply cord or plug is                  other hazards. Refer all servicing to              product is in proper operating condition.
       damaged.                                               qualified service personnel.
    b) If liquid has been spilled, orobjects have
       fallen into the product.
    c) If the product has been exposed to rainor
       water.
    d) If the product does not operate normally by
       following the operating instructions. Adjust
       only those controls that are covered by the
       operating instructions as an improper
       adjustment of other contr0.Is may result in      1 8. Replacement Parts
       damage and will often require extensive              When replacement parts are required, be
       work by a qualified technician to restore the        sure the service technic'an has used
       product to its normal operation.                     replacement parts specified by the
    e) If the product has been dropped or                   manufacturer or have the same
       damaged in any way.                                  characteristics as the original part.
    f) Whenthe product exhibits a distinct change           Unauthorized substitutions may resu[t in
       in perfarmance - this indicates a need for           fire, electric shock, or other hazards.
       service.                                             (Replacement of the lamp only should be
                                                            made by users.)
                             SECTION1
                       PART REPLACEMENT AND
                      ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURES

1. LOCATION OF MAIN PARTS




2. LOCATION OF PC BOARD




                                            E101




                   E102



         E104




                                         E103




Removing and replacing the lamp cover.
1   Remove two(M3x5) screws.
2 Remove the lamp cover by swinging it open.
Removing and replacing the lamp module.
1   Remove the lamp cover(see page **).
2   Loosen the two captive screws that secure the lamp module to the lamp housing.




3   Lift the lamp module out of the Projector.
Removing and replacing the top case.
1   Remove 7 screws.




2   Remove 1 screw(M3x8) from the bottom cover and 2 screws(M2x5) from the front cover.




3   Remove the front cover.
4   Remove the back cover.




5   Remove the top cover.
Removing and replacing the Main PC board.
1 Removing the top cover(see page **).
2 Removing the all cable.
2 Removing five screws .




Assembly Notes
* No screws attaches hire.
Removing and replacing the lamp housing / Exhaust FAN.
1   Remove the following items:
    Lamp module (see page??)
    Top cover (see page**).
    Main PC board (see page**).


2   Remove two screws(M3x5) and pull out the lamp cable connector.




3   Remove three screws(M3x5) and one screw(M3x3).


                                   b




                                         a




                              a                        b
4   Removing the lamp housing and exhaust fan module.




5   Lift the exhaust fan module out of the lamp housing.




                             Guide rail
6   Remove tow screws(M4x10)




Assembly notes
Removeing and replacing the Power unit / Lamp driver.
1   Remove the following items:
    Top cover (see page ??)
    Main PC board (see page ??)


2   Remove the two ties.




3   Remove the two screws.




4   Slide the Power module front and lift it out to the bottom cabinet.
5   Remove the shield case.




6   Separate the Lamp driver unit from the Main power unit.
    *Release the four stays and disconnect the lamp driver cable(2P-black).
7    Remove the power_exhaust fan
     a. Remove the two screws.
     b. Release the fan holder.




Assembly notes
    a.   Insert the edge of the shield cover between metal chassis and insulation sheet.
    b.   Fit the shield cover's hole to the tag of metal chassis.

                                             a                                             b




Power unit has two tags.       Insert them to the holder on the bottom cabinet.




                   Tag




         Holder
Removing and replacing the optical engine.
1   Remove the following items:
     Lamp module (see page ??)
     Top cover (see page ??)
     Main PC board (see page ??)
     Lamp housing mudule (see page ??)
2   Remove four screws .




2   Lift the optical engine out of the projector .
Removing and replacing the Intake fan.
1   Removing the top cover(see page **).
2   Removing the Main PC board(see page **).
3   Removing one screw(M3x5) and lift the intake fan module.




4   Removing tow screws(M3x15).
Removing and replacing the Audio PC board.
1   Remove the following items:
    Lamp module (see page ??)
    Top cover (see page ??)
    Main PC board (see page ??)
    Lamp housing mudule (see page ??)
    Optical engine (see page ??)
2   Remove the four screws.




Assembly notes




                                        Torque the one screw with the cable holder.




                                        Push the lamp cover switch with lamp cover hinge.
SCREWS

TYPE     FORM    SIZE       SN                           LOCATION

                                     Main PCB(5), Lamp house(1),
 a              2.6 x 6   23717027   Lamp cable connector(1), Top cover(8),
                                     Lamp cover(2)


 b              2x4       70391270   Front cover(2)


                                     Audio PCB(4), Rem PCB(1),
 c              2.6 x 6   23738018   Intake FAN module(1),
                                     Lamp house(1),   Exhaust FAN module(2)


 d              3x8       70391355   Thermo-sensor(1),   Wire holder(1)



 e              4 x 13    23730179   Optical Engine(4)



 f              3 x 20    23721017   Exhaust FAN(2)



 g              3 x 14    23717029   Power FAN(2)




 h              3 x 30    23738017   Intake FAN(2)
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT

   Oscilloscope
   Digital voltmeter
   Adjustment software (TLPB2CTLS.exe)
   Color luminance meter(BM-5)
   Personal computer
   Signal generatot


< Connection and Setting of Personal Computer >
(1) Connect the RS232C cable.
(2) Start the Adjustment software.


< Adjustment >
                                                  (1) Press [Process] at menu bar.
                                                  (2) Select [Step1].
                                                  (3) Press [Adjust] button.




                                                  Gain adjustment
                                                  (1) Red gain

                                                     Select [W00] and adjust level with [+] or [-] button.

                                                  (2) Green gain

                                                     Select [W01] and adjust level with [+] or [-] button.

                                                  (3) Blue gain

                                                     Select [W02] and adjust level with [+] or [-] button.

                                                  (4) Press [Save] button and [Next] button.
Signal center adjustment
(1) Input RGB 15 step signal.

(2) Press [WMB] button and adjust with [+] or [-] button.

(3) Press [Save] button and [Next] button.




Common Voltage adjustment
(1) Input RGB flicker pattern (red only).

(2) Press [WM6] button and minimize flicker level with [+] or

    [-] botton.

(3) Input RGB flicker pattern (green only).

(4) Press [WM5] button and minimize flicker level.

(5) Input RGB flicker pattern (blue only).

(6) Press [WM4] button and minimize flicker level.

(7) Press [Save] button and [Next] button.




Phase adjustment
(1) Press [Save] button and [Next] button.
RGB gamma adjustment
(1) Input RGB 15 step signal.

(2) See test point : TP-R.

(3) Press [W03] button.

(4) Adjust signal level with [+] or [-] button.

(5) Press [Save] button and [Next] button.




(1) See test point : TP-G.

(2) Press [W04] button.

(3) Adjust signal level with [+] or [-] button.

(4) Press [Save] button and [Next] button.




(1) See test point : TP-B.

(2) Press [W05] button.

(3) Adjust signal level with [+] or [-] button.

(4) Press [Save] button and [Next] button.
Vertical stripe noise reduction
(1) Input Video 10 step signal.

(2) Press [Save] button and [Next] button.




Video gamma adjustment
(1) Input Video 10 step signal.

(2) See test point : TP-R.

(3) Press [W03] button.

(4) Adjust signal level with [+] or [-] button.

(5) Press [Save] button and [Next] button.




(1) See test point : TP-G.

(2) Press [W04] button.

(3) Adjust signal level with [+] or [-] button.

(4) Press [Save] button and [Next] button.
(1) See test point : TP-B.

(2) Press [W05] button.

(3) Adjust signal level with [+] or [-] button.

(4) Press [Save] button .




Auto keystone adjustment
(1) Press [Process] at menu bar.
(2) Select [Step2].
(3) Setting standby mode.(Connect AC cable)
(4) Keep the set horizontally and press [KC0].
(5) Keep the set +30 degree and press [KC1].
(6) Keep the set -30 degree and press [KC2].




Auto keystone adjustment 2
(1) Heat run about 1 hour.
(2) Keep the set horizontally and press [KC3].
                                                   SECTION3
                                                   PARTS LIST

                                                    SAFETY PRECAUTION
The parts identified by ! mark are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified.
The mounting position of replacement is to be identical with originals.
The substitute replacement parts which do not have the same safety characteristics as specified in the parts list may create shock,
fire or other hazards.




                                                             NOTICE
The part number must be used when ordering parts in order to assist in processing, be sure to include the model number and
description.
Parts marked # are of chip type and mounted on original PC boards.
However, when they are placed for servicing works, use discrete parts listed on the parts list.
         Y260

       (SOFT CASE)



        A410




       Y260




A404




                     A400




              A401

       (CARTON LABEL )
                                 Y201


                    Y210 - 215                                       Y250




                                        Y200
                                                                            Y202
   Y260
                                        (VIDEO CABLE E)
(SOFT CASE)
                                               Y293
                                                                            Y203



          Y102

      (RGB CABLE)

                                                          (AUDIO CABLE E)
                                                             Y214




                    Y205                       Y205
                                                              Y205
                 (AC CABLE U)
                                          (AC CABLE E)
                                                           (AC CABLE E)
                                     A100




                Z101



                                        A210




                                     P200




                                 B100




A220   Z100



                  A242

                       A241

         A270                 A240
A270
         A301




A304



  A300
                              E101




  E102




                       E103



E104




                Z102




         P850




                       P800
                E201


E201G
         E201
                  E201




                            E201




        E201

                         E201
PARTS LIST                                                  LOCATION
                                                            NUMBER
                                                                       PARTS
                                                                       NUMBER                  DESCRIPTION
LOCATION   PARTS
NUMBER     NUMBER                      DESCRIPTION                                - ACCESSORY PARTS -

                       - MECHANICAL PARTS -                    Y102    23368750   RGB Cable

   A100    23540043    Top Cover                               Y119    23589121   Sheet Accessory

   A210    23540058    Rear Panel                              Y200    23563936   Owner's Manual CD-ROM

   A220    23540056A   Front Cover                             Y201    23563933   Owner's Manual (E/F)

   A240    23540046    Filter Cover                            Y201    23563934   Owner's Manual (E)

   A241    23466909    Air Filter (SPONGE)                     Y205    23372145   Power Cord (E)        250V/6A

   A242    23466910    Air Filter (MESH)                       Y205    23372147   Power Cord (E)        250V/6A

   A260    23540047    Lamp Cover                              Y205    23372144   Power Cord (U)        125V/10A

   A270    23540057    Lens Cap                                Y205    23372148   Power Cord (U)        125V/10A

   A300    23564297    Label       Rating                      Y206    23372149   Power Cord (UK) 250V/5A

   A301    23564308    Label       Rating (E)                  Y207    23563935   Owner's Manual (F/G)

   A301    23564298A   Label       Rating (U)                  Y210    23589124   Quick Manual (E)

   A304    23564424    Label       Caution Bottom              Y211    23589125   Quick Manual (F)

   A311    23564300    Label       Caution Hot                 Y212    23589126   Quick Manual (G)

   A312    23564301    Label       Caution Lamp Change         Y213    23589127   Quick Manual (S)

   A313    23564302    Label       Caution AC Cord (U/E)       Y214    23589128   Quick Manual (I)

   A400    23064228    Carton Box                              Y215    23589129   Quick Manual (P)

   A401    23564310    Label       Carton Box (E)              Y202    23956184   Sticker      Cable Tag

   A401    23564303    Label       Carton Box (U)              Y203    23956185   Sticker      Name Tag

   A403    23946039    Packing                                 Y250    23306367   Remote Control Unit

   A404    23945095    Set Cover                               Y260    23448590   Soft Case

   A410    23064229    Carton Partition                        Y293    23368752   Cable       Audio

   AT03    23588559    Remote Control Battery Cover            Y294    23368751   Cable       Video

   B100    23411361    Bottom Cover Assy
   P100    23344455    Switch
                                                                                  - OPTICAL PARTS -
   P200    23351159    Speaker
                                                               E201    23430759   Optical Engine
   P800    23122389    Power Unit           APS-143
                                                               E201A   23430760   Lens
   P850    23122388    Power Unit           UHP120W-U-DRI
                                                               E201B   23430761   Optical Parts (Main Frame)
   Z100    23125881    FAN            BM5125-04W-B50
                                                               E201C   23430762   Optical Parts (Sub Frame)
   Z101    23125883    FAN            109P0512A702
                                                               E201D   23430763   Polarizer (R)
   Z102    23125884    FAN            D05X-12TM 09
                                                               E201E   23430764   Polarizer (G)
                                                               E201F   23430765   Polarizer (B)
                                                               E201G   23430766   Retaradation Plate
                                                               E210R   23301369   Display      P09XG210(R)
                                                               E210G   23301373   Display      P09XG220(G)
                                                               E210B   23301371   Display      P09XG210(B)
                                                               E220R   23301372   Display      P09XG220(R)
                                                               E220G   23301370   Display      P09XG210(G)
                                                               E220B   23301374   Display      P09XG220(B)
SPECIFICATION
[Main Unit]
Power requirements         AC 100-240V 50/60Hz
Power consumption          180W
Mass                       2.6kg
Dimensions
Ambient environment        Temperature : 0 to 35 cent degree Humidity : 30% to 70% RH
Lamp                       UHP lamp 120W
Speaker                    1W (monaural)
RGB INPUT                  RGB signal : (D-sub 15pin)
                           Audio : 1V(p-p), more than 2.2k ohm 



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