PT-FW430 Series

LCD Projectors PT-FW430/PT-FX400

Standard Setting-up Positions

PT-FW430

  • unit: mm (inch)
  • L: Distance to screen
    H: Height from the edge of screen to center of lens
  • * Adjustable in 20 mm (25/32˝) steps.
NOTE:
Illustrations show the projector installed using optional ceiling mount bracket ET-PKF110H.
This illustration is not drawn to scale.
Caution:
• All construction work should be done by a qualified technician.
• When mounting to the ceiling, use the special mounting bracket. To prevent the projector from swaying or dropping, attach the wire that is included with the projector between the mounting bracket and the ceiling.

NOTE:
• The value for H (the height from the edge of the screen to the centre of the lens) is the value when the horizontal optical axis shift function is not used.
The value decreases when the horizontal optical axis shift function is used.
• The value for L (distance to screen) varies slightly depending on the zoom lens characteristics.
• At the shortest projection distance, the zoom lens characteristics may cause slight image distortion.
• When vertical keystone correction is used, the image is corrected in the direction that reduces its projected size.
• The brightness varies depending on the zoom setting.

NOTE:
• The value for H (the height from the edge of the screen to the centre of the lens) is the value when the horizontal optical axis shift function is not used.
The value decreases when the horizontal optical axis shift function is used.
• The value for L (distance to screen) varies slightly depending on the zoom lens characteristics.
• At the shortest projection distance, the zoom lens characteristics may cause slight image distortion.
• When vertical keystone correction is used, the image is corrected in the direction that reduces its projected size.
• The brightness varies depending on the zoom setting.

For a screen size different from the above, use the equation below to calculate the projection distance.

Aspect ratio16 : 10 minimum
maximum
L (m) = (diagonal screen size in inches) x 0.0289 - 0.046
L (m) = (diagonal screen size in inches) x 0.0576 - 0.061
Aspect ratio16 : 10 minimum
maximum
L (m) = (diagonal screen size in inches) x 0.0297 - 0.045
L (m) = (diagonal screen size in inches) x 0.0592 - 0.061
NOTE:
Distances calculated with the above equations will include a slight error.

PT-FX400

  • unit: mm (inch)
  • L: Distance to screen
    H: Height from the edge of screen to center of lens
  • * Adjustable in 20 mm (25/32˝) steps.
NOTE:
Illustrations show the projector installed using optional ceiling mount bracket ET-PKF110H.
This illustration is not drawn to scale.
Caution:
• All construction work should be done by a qualified technician.
• When mounting to the ceiling, use the special mounting bracket. To prevent the projector from swaying or dropping, attach the wire that is included with the projector between the mounting bracket and the ceiling.

NOTE:
• The value for H (the height from the edge of the screen to the centre of the lens) is the value when the horizontal optical axis shift function is not used.
The value decreases when the horizontal optical axis shift function is used.
• The value for L (distance to screen) varies slightly depending on the zoom lens characteristics.
• At the shortest projection distance, the zoom lens characteristics may cause slight image distortion.
• When vertical keystone correction is used, the image is corrected in the direction that reduces its projected size.
• The brightness varies depending on the zoom setting.

For a screen size different from the above, use the equation below to calculate the projection distance.

Aspect ratio4 : 3 minimum
maximum
L (m) = (diagonal screen size in inches) x 0.0305 - 0.049
L (m) = (diagonal screen size in inches) x 0.0604 - 0.050
NOTE:
Distances calculated with the above equations will include a slight error.