Running Light Source Calibration

Light source calibration automatically adjusts any difference between the white balance and the brightness level of the light source. You should perform light source calibration every 100 hours of projector usage. You can also schedule automatic calibration or run the light source calibration manually using the menus.
Automatic light source calibration may not start in the following conditions:
  • Within 30 minutes of turning on the projector.
  • When using the Shutter feature or within 30 minutes of releasing the shutter.
  • When using direct power shutdown.
  • When you have used the projector continuously for over 24 hours.
Note: To perform a light source calibration, the projector must have been on for at least 30 minutes and the projector brightness must not be automatically dimmed due to high temperatures.
  1. Press the Menu button.
  2. Select the Reset menu and press Enter.

    You see a screen like this:

  3. Select Light Source Calibration and press Enter.
  4. Select any of the following:
    • To run the light source calibration now, select Run Now.
    • To automatically run the light source calibration every 100 hours of projector usage, select Run Periodically.
    • To schedule automatic calibration, select Schedule Settings.
    • Last Run displays the last time the projector performed a calibration.
    Note: If you use the projector continuously for more than 24 hours or use direct shutdown regularly, select Schedule Settings to schedule calibration of the light source periodically.
  5. When you are finished, select Return and press the Enter button to return to the Reset menu.
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