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LED projector E-Manual

P3 Series

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Table of Contents

About this manual ............................................................................................. 5 Conventions used in this manual ............................................................... 6 Typography ......................................................................................................... 6 Multi-language versions ................................................................................ 6

Safety precautions ............................................................................................. 7 Using your LED projector ............................................................................... 7 Servicing and replacement of parts .......................................................... 7 Caring for your LED projector ...................................................................... 8 Proper disposal .................................................................................................. 8

Chapter 1: Knowing your LED projector Features ...............................................................................................................10

Top view .............................................................................................................10 Front view ..........................................................................................................13 Rear view ...........................................................................................................14 Right side ...........................................................................................................17 Left side .............................................................................................................17 Bottom view .....................................................................................................18

LED projector remote control ......................................................................19 Replacing the battery ...................................................................................21

Chapter 2: Setting up Operating your LED projector .....................................................................24

Connect the LED projector to the power adapter ..............................24 Connect the LED projector to your device ............................................26 Adjust the height of the LED projector ...................................................32 Press the power button ................................................................................34 Adjust the image focus .................................................................................35

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Chapter 3: Using the onscreen display menu Launching programs from the onscreen display menu .....................38

Control panel grid ..........................................................................................39 Using your LED projector for the first time .............................................40 Accessing your LED projectors settings ..................................................41 Transferring data (on selected models) ...................................................50 Using 3D glasses ...............................................................................................51 Using Demo Mode ...........................................................................................53

Enabling Demo Mode ...................................................................................53 Creating and playing your own demo video ........................................54

Using the Media Center .................................................................................55 Launching the Media Center ......................................................................55 Opening files from the microSD Card, USB Drive, or internal memory ........................................................................................56 WiFi .............................................................................................................62 Multi-language versions ..............................................................................68

Appendices Federal Communications Commission Statement .............................70 Regional notice for California .....................................................................70 Canadian Department of Communications Statement....................71 Global Environmental Regulation Compliance and Declaration .71 ASUS Recycling/Takeback Services ..........................................................71 Specifications for P3 series LED projector .............................................72 Support PC Timings .......................................................................................75

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About this manual This manual provides information about the hardware and software features of your LED projector through the following chapters:

Chapter 1: Knowing your LED Projector

This chapter details the parts of your LED projector and its accompanying remote control.

Chapter 2: Setting up

This chapter shows you how to set up your LED projector and use its parts for input device connection.

Chapter 3: Using the onscreen display menu

This chapter talks about the features of your LED projectors onscreen display menu and how to navigate it using the control panel.

Appendices

This section includes safety notices for your LED projector.

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Conventions used in this manual To highlight key information in this manual, some text are presented as follows:

IMPORTANT! This message contains vital information that must be followed to complete a task.

NOTE: This message contains additional information and tips that can help complete tasks.

WARNING! This message contains important information that must be followed to keep you safe while performing tasks and prevent damage to your LED projector's data and components.

Typography Bold = This indicates a menu or an item that must be selected.

Italic = This indicates sections that you can refer to in this manual.

Multi-language versions Download other language versions of this E-Manual via this website: https://www.asus.com/support

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Safety precautions Using your LED projector

Refertothemanualandtakenoteofthesafetyinstructions before operating your LED projector.

Followthenotesandwarningsstatedintheusermanual.

DonotplaceyourLEDprojectoronunevenorunstablesurfaces.

DonotuseyourLEDprojectorinsmokyenvironments.Smoke residue may cause build-up on critical parts and damage the LED projector or decrease its performance.

KeeptheLEDprojectorsplasticpackagesoutofthereachof children.

DonotblockorplaceanythingneartheLEDprojectors ventilation holes. Doing so may cause internal heat build-up that can degrade picture quality and damage the projector.

EnsurethattheoperatingvoltageofyourLEDprojector matches the voltage of your power source.

Servicing and replacement of parts

DonotdisassembleorattempttoservicethisLEDprojectorby yourself. Contact your local ASUS service center for assistance.

WhenreplacingpartsofyourLEDprojector,purchaseitems as specified by ASUS and contact your local service center for assistance.

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Caring for your LED projector

SwitchoffthenunplugtheLEDprojectorfromthepoweroutlet before cleaning it.

WhencleaningtheLEDprojectorshousing,useacleansoft cloth dampened with water or a mix of water and neutral detergent. Wipe it dry using a soft dry cloth.

Ensurethatthelensiscoolbeforecleaningit.Gentlywipethe lens using a lens cleaning paper. Do not touch the lens with your hands.

Donotuseliquidoraerosolecleaners,benzene,orthinnerson your LED projector.

NeveroperatethisLEDprojectorimmediatelyaftermovingit from a cold location. When the LED projector is exposed to a drastic change in temperature, moisture may condense on the lens and its other internal parts. To prevent this, use the unit two (2) hours after an extreme or sudden change in temperature occurs.

Proper disposal

Do not throw your LED projector in municipal waste. This product has been designed to enable proper reuse of parts and recycling. The symbol of the crossed out wheeled bin indicates that the product (electrical, electronic equipment and mercury-containing button cell battery) should not be placed in municipal waste. Check local regulations for disposal of electronic products.

Do not throw the battery in municipal waste. The symbol of the crossed out wheeled bin indicates that the battery should not be placed in municipal waste.

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Chapter 1: Knowing your LED projector

Chapter 1:

Knowing your LED projector

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Features

Top view

Focus ring The focus ring allows you to adjust the image focus of your LED projector.

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Control panel buttons The control panel buttons allow you to navigate the onscreen display menu. Individually, these buttons also correspond to a specific LED projector setting as indicated below.

Media Center* Input Power

Image Position Brightness Image Setting

Keystone Main menu/OK Volume

Splendid Contrast Setup

Blank screen*

*on selected models

NOTE:

Formoreinformationonusingthecontrolpanelbuttonsto access your LED projectors settings, refer to the Accessing your LED projectors settings section in this manual.

IntheeventthatyourLEDprojectorbecomesunresponsive, press and hold the power button for at least five (5) seconds until your LED projector shuts down.

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Battery status indicator The battery status indicator provides a visual indication of the batterys charge status. When the projector is running on

battery mode, press the button to show the battery status.

Refer to the following table for details:

Color Status Solid Green The projector is plugged to

a power source, charging its battery, and the battery power is between 95% and 100%.

Solid Orange The projector is plugged to a power source, charging its battery, and the battery power is less than 95%

Solid Blue The projector is running on battery mode and the battery power is between 21% and 94%.

Solid Red The projector is running on battery mode and the battery power is less than 20%.

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Front view

Air vents The air vents allow cool air to enter and warm air to exit the LED projector.

WARNING! Ensure that paper, books, clothing, cables, or other objects do not block any of the air vents or else overheating may occur.

Lens The lens projects video or image files onscreen from your input device.

WARNING! Do not touch the lens using your hands or any sharp object.

Lens cover The lens cover protects the lens from scratches and possible dirt build-up.

IMPORTANT! Remove the lens cover before using your LED projector.

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Remote sensor The remote sensor detects signal from your LED projectors remote control, allowing you to access the LED projectors control panel from a distance of up to 7 meters and a receiving angle of 30 degrees.

Micro USB 2.0 port This port also allows you to transfer data from your input device to your LED projector.

Rear view P3B

P3E

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MicroSD card reader This built-in memory card reader supports microSD and microSDHC card formats.

USB 2.0 port The USB 2.0 (Universal Serial Bus 2.0) port is compatible with USB 2.0 or USB 1.1 devices.

Audio speaker This LED projector uses SonicMaster technology to provide hi-fi sound quality, with richer bass sounds, straight from the built- in audio speaker.

Power bank button (on selected models) Press this button to show the battery status of your projector on the battery status indicator. When the projector is powered off,pressthisbuttontoshowthebatterystatusandcharge your mobile device connected to the power output port (5V / 1.5A).

VGA port This port allows you to connect your LED projector to other VGA-compatible devices.

HDMI/MHL port This port is for the HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) connector and also supports MHL (Mobile HI-Definition Link) compatible devices. This port is HDCP compliant for HD DVD, Blu-ray, and other protected content playback.

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Air vents The air vents allow cool air to enter and warm air to exit the LED projector.

WARNING! Ensure that paper, books, clothing, cables, or other objects do not block any of the air vents or else overheating may occur.

Audio output jack port The audio output jack port allows you to connect your LED projector to amplified speakers or headphones.

Power output port This power output port provides up to 5V/1.5A of output voltage and current. You can connect your mobile device to this port to keep it charged.

NOTE: This port does not provide charging when the system is on, using MHL device, or in Dynamic Mode.

Power (DC) input port Insert the bundled power adapter into this port to charge the battery pack and supply power to your LED projector.

WARNING! The adapter may become warm to hot while in use. Do not cover the adapter and keep it away from your body while it is connected to a power source.

IMPORTANT! Use only the bundled power adapter to charge the battery pack and supply power to your LED projector.

Ambient lighting (on selected models) Press this button to project ambient lighting to create ideal moods and atmospheres.

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Kensington security slot The Kensington security slot allows you to secure your LED projector using Kensington compatible LED projector security products.

Air vents The air vents allow cool air to enter and warm air to exit your LED projector.

WARNING! Ensure that paper, books, clothing, cables, or other objects do not block any of the air vents or else overheating may occur.

Right side

Left side

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Bottom view

Built-in stand This LED projector comes with a built-in stand that allows you to adjust the height of the projector by either 5.7 degrees or 9 degrees.

Tripod socket Connect the LED projector to a tripod using this socket.

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LED projector remote control

NOTE: Actual appearance may vary depending on model.

Control panel buttons The control panel buttons allow you to navigate the onscreen display menu. Individually, these buttons also correspond to a specific LED projector setting.

NOTE: For more details on using the control panel buttons, refer to the Using the onscreen display menu section in this manual.

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Remote control buttons These additional buttons allow you to use the LED projector from a distance of up to 7 meters.

Back - Press this button to go back to the previous screen.

Home - Press this button to go back to the home screen.

Laser pointer - Press this button to activate the laser pointer of the remote control.

Rewind - Press this button to rewind your audio or video file.

Play/Pause - Press this button to play or stop your audio or video file.

Fast-forward - Press this button to fast-forward your audio or video file.

Battery compartment The battery compartment allows you to use a CR2025 lithium coin battery to power your LED projectors remote control.

NOTE: For more details on using the battery compartment, refer to the Replacing the battery section in this manual.

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Replacing the battery

A. Move the battery compartments latch to the right to unlock the battery holder.

B. Pull down the battery holder and remove it completely out of the battery compartment.

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C. Remove the old battery then insert the new CR2025 lithium coin battery into the battery holder with the positive side (+) facing up.

D. Slide the battery holder back into the battery compartment. Push it all the way in until you hear a soft click, indicating that the battery compartment is locked back in place.

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Chapter 2:

Setting up

Chapter 2: Setting up

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Operating your LED projector This portable LED projector allows you to plug and play your devices so you can easily open multimedia files, hear audio straight from its built-in SonicMaster speakers, and experience using Wi-Fi to project onscreen.

For your safety and to maintain the quality of this unit, refer to the following steps when operating your LED projector.

Connect the LED projector to the power adapter

A. Connect the AC/DC power cord to the power adapter.

B. Connect the AC power cord to a power source.

C. Connect the DC power connector to your LED projector.

NOTE: This LED projector is also compatible with ASUS power adapters within the 65W to 95W range.

Charge the projector for 3 hours before using it in battery mode for the first time.*

*on selected models

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AC power cord requirements

Use the correct AC plug type according to your current location.

IMPORTANT! Contact your sales dealer if the AC power cord bundled with your LED projector does not match your local power source.

NOTE: We highly recommend that you use a video source device that also uses a grounding type plug to prevent signal interference due to voltage fluctuations.

For Australia and Mainland China For U.S.A., Canada, and Taiwan

For Continental Europe For U.K.

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Connect the LED projector to your device

A. Audio output jack

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B. MicroSD card

NOTE: For details on how to launch files from a memory card, refer to the Launching the Media Center section in this manual.

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C. Micro USB

NOTE: DO NOT remove your projector from your computer during data transfer, doing so will lead to data loss or corruption.

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D. HDMI / MHL

NOTE: Some mobile phone models may require a specific adapter for use with HDMI / MHL ports.

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E. VGA

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F. USB 2.0

NOTE: For details on using the USB 2.0 port to launch supported file formats, refer to the Launching the Media Center section in this manual.

Compatible USB 2.0 input devices:

USB cable Flash drive Wi-Fi dongle

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Adjust the height of the LED projector Your LED projector comes with a built-in stand that helps adjust the image height onscreen.

WARNING! Ensure that the built-in stand is fully retracted before placing the LED projector inside the projector bag.

NOTES:

Place the LED projector on a stable flat surface.

Keepaspaceof30cmormorebetweenthesidesoftheLED projector.

Consultyourdealerforspecialinstallationprocedureslike suspending the LED projector from the ceiling.

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9o

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Screen size and projection distance table

Adjust the LED projectors distance from the screen using the table below.

Projection distance

LED projector

Screen size

Screen Size Projection DistanceScreen

Diagonal Width Height

inch cm inch cm inch cm ft m

30 76 25.6" 65 15.7 40 1.71' 0.52

50 127 42.1" 107 26.4 67 2.82' 0.86

65 165 55.1" 140 34.2 87 3.67' 1.12

80 202 67.7" 172 42.1 107 4.53' 1.38

100" 254 84.6" 215 52.7" 134 5.64' 1.72

150" 381 127.2" 323 79.5" 202 8.50' 2.59

200" 508 169.3" 430 105.9" 269 11.28 3.45

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Press the power button

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Adjust the image focus Move the focus ring to the left or to the right to adjust the image focus.

NOTE: Use a still image when adjusting the onscreen display.

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Chapter 3: Using the onscreen display menu

Chapter 3:

Using the onscreen display menu

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Launching programs from the onscreen display menu The onscreen display menu contains a set of programs and settings designed to maximize your use of the LED projector. You can navigate inside the onscreen display menu using the control panel buttons on your LED projector or its accompanying remote control.

To launch options or programs shown on the onscreen display menu, refer to the control panel grid shown as below.

Control panel grid

NOTE: The following screenshots are for reference only and may be updated without prior notice. Screenshots may also vary depending on the LED projector model.

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Control panel grid The control panel grid guides you through the process of using the control panel buttons to launch active options inside your onscreen display menu.

The control panel grid represents the 8 buttons surrounding the

button on the control panel.

Control panel grid sampleControl panel buttons

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Using your LED projector for the first time Refer to the following steps when using your LED projector for the first time.

1. Set up your LED projector then press the power button once. The ASUS welcome screen appears to indicate that the LED projector is now turned on.

2. Using the control panel buttons, select the language you want to use in your LED projector.

3. In the Demo Mode control panel grid, select either of the following options:

On - This option launches the demo video of your LED projector. If you choose this, proceed to step 4.

Off - This option disables viewing demo videos on your LED projector and proceeds to scan for connected input devices.

IMPORTANT! This option deactivates the Demo Mode control panel grid and instead launches the Input control panel grid whenever you turn on your LED projector.

4. After watching the demo video or while watching the demo video, you can press to proceed to scanning for connected input devices.

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Accessing your LED projectors settings Aside from using the control panel buttons to navigate the onscreen display menu, you can also use each of these buttons to launch the following LED projector settings:

IMPORTANT! Press Projector Setting on the control panel grid to use these functions in the Media Center.

Power

PressthisbuttontoturntheLEDprojectoronoroff.

Brightness

Press this button to adjust the brightness of your projection onscreen.

Keystone

Press this button to correct distorted images resulting from an angled projection.

Main Menu/OK

Press this button to launch the main menu of your LED projector settings, to activate a selected item, or exit the current control panel grid.

Volume

Press this button to adjust the volume of the audio file played on your LED projector.

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Contrast

Pressthisbuttontosetthedifferencebetweenlightenordarken your projection onscreen.

Media Center (on selected models) Press this button to launch the Media Center.

NOTE: For more details, refer to the Using the Media Center section in this manual.

Input Press this button to scan the connected devices to your LED projector.

Blank screen (on selected models) PressthisbuttontoturnyourLEDprojectorslightoff.

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Splendid

Press this button to activate any of the following display modes: Standard, Dynamic, sRGB, Theater, and Scenery.

Pressthisbuttonwhileonbatterymode*toactivatedifferent brightness modes. The time (HH:MM) under the icon shows the estimated battery life in that brightness mode.

*on selected models

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Image Setting

Press this button to access the following image settings:

Color Temperature - This option allows you to adjust the light temperature of your LED projector according to the following options: Warm, Normal, Cool.

Color Adjustment (for HDMI/MHL only) - This option allows you to adjust the color of your screen according to the following settings: Auto, RGB, YUV.

Color Enhance - This option allows you to enhance the colors of your projected image.

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Wall Color - This option allows you to choose a proper color according to the wall. This option will compensate the color deviation due to the wall color to show the correct image tone.

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Image Position

Press this button to access the following image position settings:

Auto Keystone - This option allows you to automatically adjust the alignment of your image.

Horizontal Positioning (for VGA only) - This option allows you to shift the images position horizontally.

Projector Position - This option allows you to adjust the position of the projected image based from the location of your LED projector.

Vertical Positioning (for VGA only)- This option allows you to vertically shift the image position.

Aspect Ratio - This option allows you to change the projection of your display according to the following aspect ratios: AUTO, 4:3, 16:9, and 16:10.

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Digital Zoom - This option allows you to zoom in or zoom out your projected display. It also allows you to pan your image to the following directions: left, right, up, or down.

Phase (for VGA only)- This option allows you to adjust the number of lines emitted by the LED projector relative to the computer.

Clock (for VGA only)- This option allows you to adjust the frequency of the LED projector relative to the computer.

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Setup

Press this button to access the following LED projector settings:

Information - This option shows you the following information about your LED projector: currently used input port, LED projectors model name, and currently use Splendid mode.

Reset All - This option allows you to reset all the settings you have currently set up for your LED projector.

Menu Timeout - This option allows you to set the timeout rate, according to seconds, before the onscreen display menu disappears from your projection screen.

Auto Power - This option allows the LED projector to automatically turn on when it is connected to a power source. Battery mode and Power output port is not available when Auto Power is turned on.

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Language - This option allows you to select the language to use on your LED projector's onscreen display menu.

E-Manual - This option launches the LED projectors E-Manual.

Power Timeout - This option allows you to set the number of minutes before your LED projector automatically shuts down when not in use.

Demo Mode (on selected models) - This option turns the demovideofeaturesofyourLEDprojectoronoroff.

NOTE: For more details, refer to the Using Demo Mode section in this manual.

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Transferring data (on selected models) Your LED projector allows you to transfer data from your input device to your LED projector.

To transfer files:

1. Connect a micro usb cable to the micro USB 2.0 port on your LED projector and your computer.

2. Press the button and select Data Transfer.

3. Drag and drop files from your computer to your LED projector.

NOTE: DO NOT remove your projector from your computer during data transfer, doing so will lead to data loss or corruption.

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Using 3D glasses Your LED projector supports 3D technology for an enhanced viewing experience. Refer to the following details when using your purchased 3D glasses with this LED projector.

IMPORTANT: Purchase TI 3D-ready glasses. Your 3D files must be compatible with the TI 3D format.

NOTE: For more details on viewing 3D files, refer to the user guide that comes with your 3D glasses.

To view 3D files:

1. Download a compatible 3D player software on your computer.

IMPORTANT! Ensure that the software version supports 3D format conversion to frame sequential output via an HDMI/VGA port.

2. Turn on your 3D glasses.

3. Set the resolution of your PC monitor to 1024 x 768 at 120 Hz refresh rate.

NOTE: The 3D function on your LED projector will be automatically enabled.

4. Play the 3D file from your PC.

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Supported 3D input formats

Input Signal Resolution Vertical

Frequency (Hz)

Supported 3D Formats

HDMI XGA 1024 x 768 120 Frame Sequential

RGB-PC XGA 1024 x 768 120 Frame Sequential

* Resolution supporting 3D mode is 1024 x 768 for HDMI and RGB input.

** Some menus may not work in 120 Hz input.

3D setting

NOTE: The 3D setting only appears when a supported 3D file is detected.

3D Setup - This option allows you to change the 3D setup.

L/R Reverse - This option allows you switch the playing direction of an image.

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Using Demo Mode View the internal demo video that comes with your LED projector or your own demo videos using Demo Mode.

Demo Mode is automatically enabled in your LED projector if you chose On when you turn on the device for the first time.

However, choosing Off disables this feature. In this case, you can enable this feature using the following steps.

Enabling Demo Mode

1. Launch the Setup control panel grid.

2. Choose Demo Mode > On.

IMPORTANT!

ThisoptionautomaticallylaunchestheDemoModecontrolpanel grid whenever you turn on your LED projector.

Whenthisoptionisenabled,yourLEDprojectorautomatically launches the demo video from its internal memory or from your microSD card or USB drive as the LED projector goes into stand-by mode.

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Creating and playing your own demo video Your LED projector allows you to create simple demo videos using a series of photos presented as a slideshow. You may also add a background music to go with the slideshow as it plays onscreen.

Create your own demo video and play this on your LED projector using the following steps:

1. Create a folder named ASUS in your microSD Card or USB drive.

2. Select the photos you want to include in your demo video and one music file (optional).

IMPORTANT! You may only choose one music file as your demo videos background music.

NOTE: Refer to the Specifications section in this manual to see the list of compatible photo and music file formats.

3. Copy the selected files inside the ASUS folder you created.

4. Connect the microSD card or USB drive to your LED projector.

5. Turn on the LED projector. If Demo Mode is enabled, press On to play the demo video stored in the ASUS folder of your microSD card or USB drive.

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Using the Media Center Show photos, play videos, listen to audio music, and view documents using your LED projectors Media Center. Through the Media Center, you can also access the Wi-Fi capabilities of your LED projector and connect to USB-enabled input devices.

Launching the Media Center The Media Center automatically launches after the LED projector detects an microSD card, external drive, or Wi-Fi dongle connection.

You can also manually launch the Media Center by pressing from the control panel.

SD Card - Select this item to open files inside your memory card.

USB Drive - Select this item to open files inside your external drive.

Internal Memory - Select this item to open files inside your LED projector.

WiFi - Select this item to create a Wi-Fi connection between your device(s) and the LED projector. A Wi-Fi dongle is required to enable this feature.

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Opening files from the microSD Card, USB Drive, or internal memory

Photo

Supported image file formats: JPG

JPEG

BMP(bitmap)

To open an image file: 1. Connect your input device to the LED projector.

2. Turn on the LED projector to launch the Media Centers onscreen display menu.

3. Select the input device you wish to access.

4. Select Photo.

5. Refer to the control panel grid to help you browse and select the file from your input device.

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File Type Video Codec Resolution Bit Rate

Frame Rate

Audio Codec

Remarks

AVI MKV DIVX

DIVX4/5/6 XVID

MPEG-2/4 H. 264

M-JPEG WMV3

1080P 280 Mbps

30 fps AC3 DTS

MPEG 1/2/3 PCM

ADPCM AAC

No Support VC-1 AP

H. 264 support less than 4

reference frames

TS MPEG-2 H. 264

1080P 20 Mbps

30 fps AC3 AAC

MPEG 1/2/3 DTS

LPCM

H. 264 support less than 4

reference frames

DAT VOB MPG

MPEG

MPEG-1 MPEG-2

1080P 20 Mbps

30 fps MPEG-1/2/3 AC3 DTS

LPCM

-

MOV MP4 3GP

MPEG-4 H. 264 H. 263

1080P 20 Mbps

30 fps AAC AMR PCM

ADPCM

H. 264 support less than 4

reference frames

RM RMVB

RV3 RV4

720P 5 Mbps 30 fps Cook (RA6) AAC (RA9)

RACP (RA10)

-

WMV WMV3 1080P 20 Mbps

30 fps WMA2 WMA3

No Support VC-1 AP

NOTE: Supported file formats may vary per model and are subject to change without prior notice.

Video

6. Press to open the selected folder or file.

7. After opening the file, press on the control panel to

launch the control panel grid.

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To open a video file: 1. Connect your input device to the LED projector.

2. Turn on the LED projector to launch the Media Centers onscreen display menu.

3. Select the input device you wish to access.

4. Select Video.

5. Refer to the control panel grid to help you browse and select the file from your input device.

6. Press to open the selected folder or file.

7. After opening the file, press on the control panel to

launch the control panel grid.

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Audio

To open an audio file: 1. Connect your input device to the LED projector.

2. Turn on the LED projector to launch the Media Centers onscreen display menu.

3. Select the input device you wish to access.

4. Select Music.

5. Refer to the control panel grid to help you browse and select the file from your input device.

File Type Sample Rate (KHz) Bit Rate (Kbps)

MP1/ MP2/ MP3 8-48 8320

WMA 22-48 5320

OGG 8-48 64320

ADPCM-WAV 8-48 32384

PCM-WAV 8-48 1281536

AAC 8-48 8256

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Document File Type Support Version Pages /Lines

Limitation Size Limitation Comment

Adobe PDF PDF 1.0 PDF 1.1 PDF 1.2 PDF 1.3 PDF 1.4

Up to 100 pages (One File)

Up to 75 MB -

Microsoft Office Word

Microsoft Office Word 1995, Microsoft Office Word 1997, Microsoft Office Word 2000, Microsoft Office Word 2002, Microsoft Office Word 2003

Because the office viewer does not

load all pages of a Microsoft Word file at the same

time, there are no obvious page or line

limitations.

Up to 100 MB Does not support bold text in Simplified

Chinese font

Microsoft Office Excel

Microsoft Office Excel 1995

Microsoft Office Excel 1997, Microsoft Office Excel 2000, Microsoft Office Excel 2002, Microsoft Office Excel 2003,

Microsoft Office Excel 2007 (.xlsx), Microsoft Office

Excel 2010 (.xlsx)

Microsoft Office Excel XP

Row Limit: up to 595

Column Limit: up to 256

Sheet: up to 100

Note: These 3 listed limitations do not appear altogether

in just one file.

Up to 15 MB Does not support password-protected

sheets

Microsoft Office

PowerPoint

Microsoft Office PowerPoint 1997, Microsoft Office

PowerPoint 2000, Microsoft Office PowerPoint

2002, Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003, Microsoft

Office PowerPoint 2007 (.pptx), Microsoft

Office PowerPoint 2010 (.pptx), Microsoft Office

PowerPoint XP, .ppx, .ppsx

Up to 100 pages (one file)

Up to 19 MB Does not support slideshow order

6. Press to open the selected folder or file.

7. After opening the file, press on the control panel to

launch the control panel grid.

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To view documents, refer to the following steps: 1. Connect your input device to the LED projector.

2. Turn on the LED projector to launch the Media Centers onscreen display menu.

3. Select the input device you wish to access.

4. Select Document.

5. Refer to the control panel grid to help you browse and select the file from your input device.

6. Press to open the selected folder or file.

7. After opening the file, press on the control panel to

launch the control panel grid.

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WiFi This feature enables wireless connections to your LED projector from input devices equipped with Wi-Fi capabilities like laptops and mobile phones.

IMPORTANT! A Wi-Fi dongle is required to enable this feature.

Installing the ASUS WiFi Projection

You need to install the ASUS WiFi Projectionsoftware to project from your input device using WiFi. Download this application using any of the following options:

IfyouareusinganAndroidOS,downloadASUS WiFi Projection from Google Play Store.

IfyouareusinganiOS,downloadASUS WiFi Projection from App Store.

Ifyouareusingalaptop,tablet,ordesktopPC,downloadthe ASUS WiFi Projection software using the following steps:

1. Turn on your device then select ASUS-P3B from the list of available wireless networks.

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2. Type the password as shown on your LED projector.

3. After connecting your device, type in this IP address on your browser: http://192.168.111.1

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4. Download ASUS WiFi Projection software from the IP address by clicking on either of the following icons.

NOTE: The ASUS WiFI projection software is compatible with Windows 7, Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Mac OS X. The list of compatible operating systems are subject to change without prior notice.

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Using ASUS WiFi Projection

Using this mode, you can establish a connection between your input device and your LED projector.

1. Connect the Wi-Fi dongle to your LED projector to launch the Media Center

2. Select ASUS WiFi Projection.

NOTE: If the Media Center does not automatically launch, press

then select WiFi>ASUS WiFi Projection.

3. Enable the WiFi connection in your input device. Select ASUS- P3B (default SSID) or the new SSID you configured for the P3B LED projector.

NOTE: You may also refer to the steps presented onscreen.

4. Type the password on your input device as shown on the LED projector to enable the connection.

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5. Open ASUS WiFi Projection on your input device.

6. Select P3, and type App Login Password.

7. Tap the feature you would like to use.

NOTE: The features are subject to change without prior notice due to software updates.

Using your LED Projector as a Wi-Fi hotspot

You can connect your LED projector to another Wi-Fi hotspot to enable group access when using the LED projector.

1. Connect the Wi-Fi dongle to your LED projector to launch the Media Center.

NOTE: If the Media Center does not automatically launch, press

then select WiFi.

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2. Select Network setting.

3. Press to scroll up or to scroll down the list of

available Wi-Fi hotspots then press to select the Wi-Fi

hotspot you would like to connect to.

4. Press to launch the onscreen display menus keyboard.

Refer to the control panel grid when navigating the keyboard to input the Wi-Fi hotspots password then press Enter.

NOTE: The P3B LED projector supports WPA/WPA2-enabled devices.

5. Press OK to start the Wi-Fi connection between the Wi-Fi hotspot and your LED projector.

6. Repeat the same steps under Using ASUS WiFi Projection to connect input devices to the LED projector.

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Multi-language versions Download other language versions of this E-Manual via this website: https://www.asus.com/support

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Appendices

AppendicesAppendices

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Federal Communications Commission Statement This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, whichcanbedeterminedbyturningtheequipmentoffandon,the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

Reorientorrelocatethereceivingantenna.

Increasethedistancebetweentheequipmentandreceiver.

Connecttheequipmenttoanoutletonadifferentcircuitthan that which the receiver is connected to.

Consultthedealeroranexperiencedradio/TVtechnicianfor help.

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:

1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and

2. This device must accept any interference that may cause undesired operation.

Regional notice for California

WARNING! This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling.

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Canadian Department of Communications Statement This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus set out in the Radio Interference Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications.

This class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.

Global Environmental Regulation Compliance and Declaration ASUS follows the green design concept to design and manufacture our products, and makes sure that each stage of the product life cycle of ASUS product is in line with global environmental regulations. In addition, ASUS disclose the relevant information based on regulation requirements.

Please refer to http://csr.asus.com/english/Compliance.htm for information disclosure based on regulation requirements ASUS is complied with:

Japan JIS-C-0950 Material Declarations

EU REACH SVHC

Korea RoHS

ASUS Recycling/Takeback Services ASUS recycling and takeback programs come from our commitment to the highest standards for protecting our environment. We believe in providing solutions for you to be able to responsibly recycle our products, batteries, other components as well as the packaging materials. Please go to http://csr.asus.com/english/Takeback.htm for detailedrecyclinginformationindifferentregions.

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P3B P3E Display Display Technology 0.45 DLP

Light Source R/G/B LED

Light Source Life 30,000 hours (Max)

True Resolution (native) WXGA 1280x800

Light Output (Max) 800 Lumens (AC mode), 500 Lumens (Battery mode)

800 Lumens

Contrast Ratio 100,000:1 DCR

Color Saturation (NTSC) Typical 100%

Display Colors 16.7 Million Colors

Projection Lens

Throw Ratio 0.8@16:10 (58@1m)

Projection Distance 0.43 ~ 3.44 m

Projection/Screen Size 25 ~ 200 inches

ProjectionOffset 100 5 %

Zoom Ratio Fixed

Video Features

Picture Modes 5 Modes (Standard Mode, Dynamic Mode, sRGB, Scenery Mode, Theater Mode)

Keystone adjustment Digital (Up to +/- 40 degree)

Auto Keystone Yes

Aspect Ratio 16:10/ 16:9 / 4:3

Projector Placement Front Table, Rear Table, Front Ceiling, Rear Ceiling

Audio Features

Built-in speakers Yes, 2W mono speaker

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Specifications for P3 series LED projector

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P3B P3E Signal Frequency

Analog Signal Frequency

Horizontal: 15.37 ~ 91.14 KHz Vertical: 24 ~ 120 Hz (120 Hz for 3D feature)

Digital Signal Frequency

Horizontal: 15.37 ~ 91.14 KHz Vertical: 24 ~ 120 Hz (120 Hz for 3D feature)

Power Power On Mode

65W

Standby Mode

<0.5W

Noise Acoustic Noise

Standard mode: 32dBA - 34dBA Theater, sRGB, Scenery mode: 28dBA - 30dBA

Input or Output

PC Signal Input

D-sub, HDMI1.3 (HDCP support)

Audio Out Earphone out

Card Reader Yes (1 x MicroSD card slot for multimedia playback)

N/A

USB port Yes (2 x Type A, up site for Service FW upgrade and Media features of USB WiFi dongle, USB display, USB thumb disk and 5V/0.5A charging, down site for 5V/1.5A charging; 1 x Micro USB for internal memory access)

Yes (1 x Type A for 5V/1.5A charging)

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P3B P3E Multimedia Formats Supported

Video MOV/MP4/AVI/ MKV/MPG/ MPEG//WMV

N/A

Audio MP3/MP1/MP2/ WMA/AAC/ ADPCM-WAV/ PCM-WAV

N/A

Picture JPG/JPEG/BMP N/A

Document Viewer

PDF/DOC/ DOCX/XLS/ PPT/PPTX/TXT

N/A

Mechanical Design

Chassis Colors White Matte silver

Tripod Socket Yes

Supporting Stand Yes (5.7 and 9)

On-machine Buttons

Yes (Media Center, Input, Power, Image position, Brightness, Image quality, Keystone, Enter, Volume, Splendid, Contrast, Setup)

Yes (Ambient lighting, Input, Power, Image position, Brightness, Image quality, Keystone, Enter, Volume, Splendid, Contrast, Setup)

Lens Cover Yes

Security Kensington lock Yes

Dimension Physical Dimension

153.5(W)x131.2(D)x43(H)mm

Box Dimension 295(W)x255(D)x80(H)mm

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P3B P3E Weight Net Weight (Esti.) 0.75 Kg 0.55 Kg

Gross Weight (Esti.) 1.80 Kg 1.60 Kg

Operating Temperature 0 ~ 40o C

Operating Humidity 20 ~ 90%

Accessories Carrying bag, power adapter, power cord, HDMI cable, Quick Start Guide, remote control, WiFi dongle (on selected models), warranty card

Regulation Approvals FCC/UL/CE/CB/CCC/CU/VCCI/ PSE/RCM

* Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.

** Product availability may vary by region.

*** All brand and product names mentioned are trademarks of their respective companies.

Support PC Timings DSUB Input

Resolution Mode Refresh rate (Hz) H-frequency (kHz) Clock (MHz) 640 x 480 VGA_60 59.94 31.469 25.175

VGA_75 75 37.5 31.5 800 x 600 SVGA_60 60.317 37.879 40

SVGA_75 75 46.875 49.5 1024 x 768 XGA_60 60.004 48.363 65

XGA_75 75.029 60.023 78.75 1280 x 768 1280 x 768_60 59.87 47.776 79.5 1280 x 800 WXGA_60 59.81 49.702 83.5 1280 x 1024 SXGA_60 60.02 63.981 108

SXGA_75 75.025 79.976 135 1280 x 960 1280 x 960_60 60 60 108 1440 x 900 WXGA+_60 59.887 55.935 106.5 1400X1050 SXGA+_60 59.978 65.317 121.75 1024x768@75Hz MAC19 74.93 60.241 80 1366x768 HD_60 59.79 47.71 85.50 1680x1050 WSXGA+_60 59.95 62.29 148.50

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HDMI (Video), YPbPr (via VGA port)

Timing Resolution Vertical frequency (Hz) H-frequency (kHz)

Dot Clock frequency (MHz)

480i 720(1440) x 480 59.94 15.73 27 480p 720 x 480 59.94 31.47 27 576i 720(1440) x 576 50 15.63 27 576p 720 x 576 50 31.25 27 720/50p 1280 x 720 50 37.5 74.25 720/60p 1280 x 720 60 45 74.25 1080/50i 1920 x 1080 50 28.13 74.25 1080/60i 1920 x 1080 60 33.75 74.25 1080/50P 1920 x 1080 50 56.25 148.5 1080/60P 1920 x 1080 60 67.5 148.5 1080/24P 1920 x 1080 24

HDMI (PC)

Resolution Mode Refresh rate (Hz) H-frequency (kHz) Clock (MHz) 640 x 480 VGA_60 59.94 31.469 25.175

VGA_75 75 37.5 31.5 800 x 600 SVGA_60 60.317 37.879 40

SVGA_75 75 46.875 49.5 1024 x 768 XGA_60 60.004 48.363 65

XGA_75 75.029 60.023

Manualsnet FAQs

If you want to find out how the P3E ASUS works, you can view and download the ASUS P3E Projector User Manual on the Manualsnet website.

Yes, we have the User Manual for ASUS P3E as well as other ASUS manuals. All you need to do is to use our search bar and find the user manual that you are looking for.

The User Manual should include all the details that are needed to use a ASUS P3E. Full manuals and user guide PDFs can be downloaded from Manualsnet.com.

The best way to navigate the ASUS P3E Projector User Manual is by checking the Table of Contents at the top of the page where available. This allows you to navigate a manual by jumping to the section you are looking for.

This ASUS P3E Projector User Manual consists of sections like Table of Contents, to name a few. For easier navigation, use the Table of Contents in the upper left corner.

You can download ASUS P3E Projector User Manual free of charge simply by clicking the “download” button in the upper right corner of any manuals page. This feature allows you to download any manual in a couple of seconds and is generally in PDF format. You can also save a manual for later by adding it to your saved documents in the user profile.

To be able to print ASUS P3E Projector User Manual, simply download the document to your computer. Once downloaded, open the PDF file and print the ASUS P3E Projector User Manual as you would any other document. This can usually be achieved by clicking on “File” and then “Print” from the menu bar.