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Ceiling Mount Bracket

PMT-L31 (for Low Ceilings) PMT-H35 (for High Ceilings)

Installation Manual

Be sure to read this manual thoroughly before using this bracket. After you have read this manual, retain it for future reference.

When installing the projector using this bracket, all installation work must be performed by a qualified contractor or dealer personnel. The customer must never attempt to perform this installation work.

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................................................................. 2

PACKING LIST .............................................................................................................................. 4

NAMES OF PARTS ....................................................................................................................... 5

DIMENSIONS ................................................................................................................................ 7

SCREEN SIZE AND SETTING-UP DISTANCE ............................................................................ 8

INSTALLATION EXAMPLES....................................................................................................... 10

INSTALLING THE PROJECTOR ................................................................................................. 11

ADJUSTING THE PROJECTION ANGLE................................................................................... 14

SPECIFICATIONS ....................................................................................................................... 16

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(PMT-L31)

(PMT-H35)

PMT-L31 PMT-H35

139mm 8441414mm () (: 30 mm)

15 15

10 10

10 10

160 196 94 mm

236 226 7991369 mm ( ) (: 30 mm)

( )

382 327.281.2 mm

3.0 kg 6.2 kg

*

430-8650 10-1

http://www.yamaha.co.jp/audio/

AV

064-8543 1-1-50 TEL (011) 512 - 6108

984-0015 5-7 3F TEL (022) 236 - 0249

143-0006 211 14A-5F

TEL (03) 5762 - 2121

435-0016 200 TEL (053) 465 - 6711

454-0058 2-1-2 3F

TEL (052) 652 - 2230

565-0803 1-16

TEL (06) 6877 - 5262

731-0113 6-14-14 TEL (082) 874 - 3787

760-0029 8-7

TEL (087) 822 - 3045

812-8508 2-11-4 TEL (092) 472 - 2134

AV

Printed in Japan PMTL31/H35

TEL0570011808

PHS

TEL0534603409

FAX0534602777 430-8650 10-1 10:0012:0013:0018:00

YAMAHA ELECTRONICS CORPORATION, USA 6660 ORANGETHORPE AVE., BUENA PARK, CALIF. 90620, U.S.A. YAMAHA CANADA MUSIC LTD. 135 MILNER AVE., SCARBOROUGH, ONTARIO M1S 3R1, CANADA YAMAHA ELECTRONIK EUROPA G.m.b.H. SIEMENSSTR. 22-34, 25462 RELLINGEN BEI HAMBURG, F.R. OF GERMANY YAMAHA ELECTRONIQUE FRANCE S.A. RUE AMBROISE CROIZAT BP70 CROISSY-BEAUBOURG 77312 MARNE-LA-VALLEE CEDEX02, FRANCE YAMAHA ELECTRONICS (UK) LTD. YAMAHA HOUSE, 200 RICKMANSWORTH ROAD WATFORD, HERTS WD1 7JS, ENGLAND YAMAHA SCANDINAVIA A.B. J A WETTERGRENS GATA 1, BOX 30053, 400 43 VSTRA FRLUNDA, SWEDEN YAMAHA MUSIC AUSTRALIA PTY, LTD. 17-33 MARKET ST., SOUTH MELBOURNE, 3205 VIC., AUSTRALIA

Above information is applicable to customers who live in Japan only.

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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

1. Always follow the instructions set forth in this manual when installing the projector using this bracket.

Improper or inadequate installation could cause the projector to fall and injure someone.

2. The installation must be secure enough to bear the weight of the projector, the ceiling bracket, and other hardware indefinitely, and must also be secure enough to withstand vibration.

Inadequate installation could cause the projector to fall and injure someone.

3. To ensure safety, all bolts and screws must be tightened securely.

Loose bolts or screws could cause the projector to fall and injure someone.

4. Use only the parts provided with the bracket, and any other parts (commrecially available) that are specified in this manual.

Using other parts could cause the projector to fall and injure someone.

5. Do not modify the bracket or the parts provided with the bracket.

Modifying the bracket or the other parts could cause the projector to fall and injure someone.

6. Do not use damaged parts.

Using damaged parts could cause the projector to fall and injure someone. If any parts become damaged, contact your dealer.

7. Make sure to leave enough open space around the unit to allow heat generated by the projector to dissipate.

Failure to provide adequate space around the unit could cause the projector to overheat internally, causing a fire.

8. Before replacing the lamp cartridge, always remove the projector (with the mounting adapter attached) from the ceiling bracket.

Attempting to replace the lamp cartridge while the projector is attached to the ceiling bracket could cause the projector or the ceiling bracket to fall and injure someone.

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9. Never hang from the projector or the ceiling bracket.

Hanging from the projector or the ceiling bracket could cause the projector or the ceiling bracket to fall and injure someone.

10. Do not install the projector in a location near an air conditioning vent or in a location subject to vibration.

Such conditions could have an adverse effect on the projector, and could even cause a fire or electric shock.

11. Do not install the projector in a location that is subject to high levels of dust or humidity.

Dust accumulating inside the projector could cause a short circuit that in turn could cause a fire or electric shock.

12. Do not install the projector in a location that is exposed to direct sunlight or in a location that is subject to extreme fluctuations in temperature (such as near an air conditioner).

Such conditions can cause the projector housing to warp or to become discolored.

13. Do not wipe the exterior of the ceiling bracket with benzene, paint thinner or cleaning compounds.

Doing so could damage the finish.

14. Special techniques and experience are essential when installing the projector using this bracket. Request that your dealer arrange to have the equipment installed. The customer should never attempt to suspend the projector from the ceiling.

Improper installation could cause the ceiling bracket or the projector to fall and injure someone.

15. Once the projector is installed, safety checks should be conducted on a regular basis.

If the projector is used over an extended period of time, screws can become loose and the installation can become weaker due to the passage of time, vibration, etc.

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PACKING LIST Check that all of the following parts are included.

PMT-L31

Ceiling bracket x 1

PMT-H35

Ceiling bracket x 1

Common parts (The following parts are provided with each bracket.)

Projector mounting adapter x 1 Projector mounting screws (M6, pan head) x 4

Adjustment pole locking screws (M5) x 4

Safety brackets x 2

Safety wires x 2

Vertical angle adjustment screws (M6, hexagonal head) x 4

Safety bracket mounting screws (M4, pan head) x 4

Safety wire mounting screws (M4, pan head) x 4

Installation Manual x 1

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NAMES OF PARTS

PMT-L31

Ceiling bracket

Projector mounting adapter

Tilt angle adjustment screws (There are also screws on the opposite side.)

Horizontal angle adjustment screws

Mounting guide pin

Vertical angle adjustment screws (There are also screws on the opposite side.)

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PMT-H35

Height locking screw

Ceiling bracket

Projector mounting adapter

Tilt angle adjustment screws (There are also screws on the opposite side.)

Horizontal angle adjustment screw (four in total)

Height adjustment pole

Mounting guide pin

Vertical angle adjustment screws (There are also screws on the opposite side.)

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DIMENSIONS

Projector mounting adapter

with the DPX-1000 installed

[Top View]

PMT-H35

[Front View]

with the DPX-1000 installed

[Top View]

10 mm (3/8 inch)

30 m

m

8.

8 m

m (

3/ 16

in ch

) (f

u lly

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et ra

ti n

g h

o le

s)

84 4

to 1

41 4

m m

(3 3-

3/ 16

t o

5 5-

11 /1

6 in

ch )

78 7

to 1

35 7

m m

(3 0-

15 /1

6 to

5 3-

3/ 8

in ch

)

96 3

to 1

53 3

m m

(3 7-

7/ 8

to 6

0- 3/

8 in

ch )

18 4.

5 m

m (7

-5 /1

6 in

ch )

(1 -3

/1 6

in ch

)

495 mm (19-1/2 inch)

PMT-L31

[Front View]

10

x 1

3 m

m (

3/ 8

x 1/

2 in

ch )

(e lli

p ti

ca l h

o le

)

10

m m

( 3/

8 in

ch )

(h o

le )

9

m m

( 3/

8 in

ch )

(h o

le )

9

x 13

m m

( 3/

8 x

1/ 2

in ch

) (e

lli p

ti ca

l h o

le )

10

10

19 6

m m

17 0

m m

14 0

m m

120 mm

156 mm

22 6

m m

16 2

m m

176 mm

236 mm

(7 -3

/4 in

ch )

(6 -1

1/ 16

in ch

)

(5 -1

/2 in

ch )

(4-3/4 inch)

(6-1/8 inch)

10

m m

( 3/

8 in

ch )

(h o

le )

9

m m

( 3/

8 in

ch )

(h o

le )

(8 -7

/8 in

ch )

(6 -3

/8 in

ch )

(6-13/16 inch)

(9-5/16 inch)

14 .5

m m

(5 /8

in ch

)

29 7.

4 m

m (1

1- 3/

4 in

ch )

17

m m

(3 /4

in ch

) 13

m m

(1 /2

in ch

) 382 mm

(15 inch) 360 mm

(14-3/16 inch)

124 mm (4-7/8 inch)

155 mm (6-1/8 inch)

25 8

m m

(1 0-

3/ 16

in ch

)

82 m

m (3

-3 /1

6 in

ch )

13 9

m m

(5 -1

/2 in

ch )

10 10

18 4.

5 m

m (7

-5 /1

6 in

ch )

495 mm (19-1/2 inch)

Projection direction

12 0

m m

(4 -3

/4 in

ch )

20 0

m m

(8 -7

/8 in

ch )

210 mm

140 mm (8-5/16 inch)

(5-1/2 inch)

Projection direction

10

x 1

3 m

m (

3/ 8

x 1/

2 in

ch )

(e lli

p ti

ca l h

o le

)

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SCREEN SIZE AND SETTING-UP DISTANCE The chart and illustration below show the relationship between the projection distance and the screen size. Please

refer to these values for installation of the projector. Please align the projected image and the screen using the V. POS function of the projector. Refer to the owners

manual of the projector for detailes.

*Distance and dimensions should be used as a guide for installation. The actual distance will vary depending on projection conditions.

60"

80"

100"

120"

Screen size 200"

Approximate projection size (m)

1.8 to 2.9

2.4 to 3.85

3.6 to 5.8

3.0 to 4.85

6.05 to 9.75

Distance from center of ceiling bracket to front edge of projector: Approx. 24 cm

Distance from center of ceiling bracket to wall: Approx. 43 cm

Distance from ceiling surface to center of lens:

PMT-L31: Approx. 26 cm

PMT-H35: 96 to 153 cm

< When using a 16:9 screen >

Notes

The projection distance is the horizontal distance from the surface of the projector lens to the surface of the screen. Although the vertical angle of the ceiling bracket can be adjusted in a range of 15, a large angle adjustment may

distort the projected image. We recommend you to adjust both the angle of the ceiling bracket and the angle of the screen.

Screen size (inch) Approximate projection

distance (m [feet]) 60" 1.8 to 2.9 [5.9 to 9.5]

70" 2.1 to 3.35 [6.9 to 11]

80" 2.4 to 3.85 [7.9 to 12.6]

90" 2.7 to 4.35 [8.9 to 14.3]

100" 3.0 to 4.85 [9.8 to 15.9]

110" 3.3 to 5.35 [10.8 to 17.6]

120" 3.6 to 5.8 [11.8 to 16.4]

150" 4.55 to 7.3 [14.9 to 24]

200" 6.05 to 9.75 [19.8 to 32]

Screen size (inch) Approximate projection

distance (m [feet]) 60" 1.65 to 2.65 [5.4 to 8.7]

80" 2.2 to 3.5 [7.2 to 11.5]

100" 2.75 to 4.4 [9 to 14.4]

120" 3.3 to 5.3 [10.8 to 17.4]

200" 5.5 to 8.8 [18 to 28.9]

When using a 16:9 screen When using a 4:3 screen

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PMT-H35 height adjustment

The height adjustment pole for the PMT-H35 has holes spaced 3 cm apart that can be used to adjust the height. When the bracket is shipped from the factory, the pole is set at the shortest height. Follow the procedure described below to adjust the pole to the appropriate height. For details on the appropriate height, refer to SCREEN SIZE AND SETTING-UP DISTANCE on page 8.

[Adjustment Procedure] 1 Remove the safety pin. 2 Loosen the nut, and then remove the height locking

screw.

Caution

Removing the height locking screw will unlock the height adjustment pole from the ceiling bracket. In order to ensure that the height adjustment pole does not fall, always hold the pole while performing this work.

3 Determine the correct position in accordance with the height of the screen, insert the height locking screw, and then hand-tighten the nut.

4 Securely tighten the four height adjustment pole locking screws (M5) provided.

5 Securely tighten the nut that was previously hand- tightened.

6 Be sure to insert the safety pin.

After adjusting the height, make sure that the adjustment pole locking screws and the nut are all tightened securely. Also make sure that the safety pin has been inserted properly.

1

2 3

4

Safety pin

Nut

Adjustment pole locking screws (Tighten the other side also.)

Height locking screw

Hight adjustment pole

Ceiling bracket

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INSTALLATION EXAMPLES

When installing to a wooden ceiling

1 Drill matching holes through the reinforcing plate and the ceiling in the proper locations and then pass bolts through the holes.

2 Tighten the bolts to secure the reinforcing plate to a ceiling beam.

Cautions

Make sure that the reinforcing plate is strong enough to bear the weight of the projector and the ceiling bracket.

Use M8 bolts (commercially available).

When installing to a concrete ceiling

Reinforcing plate Washer

Nut and washer

Bolt (M8)

Ceiling beam

(Use the reinforcing plate, bolts, nuts and washers commercially available.)

1 Install anchor nuts in the ceiling. 2 Screw the bolts into the anchor nuts.

Cautions

Make sure that the anchor nuts are strong enough to bear the weight of the projector and the ceiling bracket.

Use M8 bolts (commercially available).

Anchor nut

Ceiling

Nut and washer

Bolt (M8)

(Use the anchor nuts, bolts, nuts and washers commercially available.)

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INSTALLING THE PROJECTOR

1 Attach the projector mounting adapter onto the projector.

Align the holes in the mounting adapter with the holes in the bottom of the projector, and then use the four projector mounting screws (M6, pan head) provided to securely attach the mounting adapter to the projector.

Caution

Do not tighten the projector mounting screws excessively. Excessive tightening could damage the mount and cause the projector to fall.

2 Attach the safety wire.

Use the four safety wire mounting screws (M4, pan head) provided to attach the safety wires to the projector mounting adapter, as shown below. After tightening the screws, place the wire loops around the projectors adjusters, and then tighten the band.

Projector mounting adapter

Projector mounting screws (M6, pan head)

Bottom of the projector

Safety wire mounting screws (M4, pan head)

Projector mounting adapter

Band

Safety wire

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3 Install the ceiling bracket on the ceiling.

First hand-tighten the four nuts (eight nuts for PMT-H35) , determine the position, and then tighten the nuts securely.

PMT-L31 PMT-H35

Caution

Use M8 bolts (commercially available) to install the ceiling bracket. Using any bolts other than M8 bolts could cause the projector to fall.

Note to Dealers and Installers For the customers safety, make sure that the location where the projector is to be installed is strong enough to bear the weight of the projector, the ceiling bracket, and the other hardware before installing the ceiling bracket.

4 Hang the projector from the ceiling bracket.

Slide the mounting guide pin all of the way into the notch on the projector mounting adapter. This pin is only meant to support the projector temporarily, and does not hold the projector securely. Be careful that the projector does not fall.

(PMT-L31)

Mounting guide pin

Projector mounting adapter

Projection direction

Projection direction

Projection direction

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5 Attach the safety brackets.

Align the safety brackets so that the mounting guide pin fits into the hole, and then use the four safety bracket mounting screws (M4, pan head) to secure the brackets. (Use two screws on the left side and two screws on the right.)

(PMT-L31)

Safety bracket mounting screw (M4, pan head)

Safety bracket

6 Temporarily secure the projector mounting adapter.

Use the four vertical angle adjustment screws (M6, hexagonal head) provided to temporarily secure the projector mounting adapter. (Use two screws on the left side and two screws on the right.)

(PMT-L31)

Vertical angle adjustment screw (Hand-tighten the other side also.)

Projection direction

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(PMT-L31)

(PMT-H35)

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ADJUSTING THE PROJECTION ANGLE

Before adjustment

Turn the projector on and project an image, following the instructions on the owners manual of the projector.

Set the appropriate projection method on Installation item in Set up menu. For the detail about the setting, refer to the owners manual of the projector.

First, select a projection size using the zoom feature, and then adjust the angle.

1 Adjust the horizontal angle.

Adjust the projector so that the projected image is centered horizontally on the screen, and then tighten the horizontal angle adjustment screws (2 on the PMT-L31, 4 on the PMT-H35).

Maximum angle of adjustment: 10

Horizontal angle adjustment screws

Left Right

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2 Adjust the vertical angle.

Adjust the projector so that the projected image is centered vertically on the screen, and then tighten the four vertical angle adjustment screws.

3 Adjust the tilt angle.

Adjust the projector so that the projected image is not tilted at all compared to the screen, and then tighten the four tilt angle adjustment screws.

(PMT-L31)

15

15

Maximum angle of adjustment: 15

Vertical angle adjustment screws (There are also screws located on the opposite side.)

(PMT-L31)

10 10

Maximum angle of adjustment: 10

Tilt angle adjustment screws (There are also screws located on the opposite side.)

If the projector still needs further adjustment, start over from step 1.

After adjustment is completed, make sure that the projector is secured in place.

Top

Bottom

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SPECIFICATIONS

Product Name Ceiling Mount Bracket

Model No. PMT-L31 PMT-H35

Height 844 to 1414 mm (33-3/16 to 55-11/16 inch) (variable in 30 mm (1-3/16-inch) steps)

Vertical angle 15 15

Horizontal angle 10 10

Tilt angle 10 10

Dimensions of ceiling bracket (W D H)

236 226 799 to 1369 mm (9-15/16 8-7/8 31-1/2 to 53-15/16 inch) (Height is variable in 30-mm (1-3/16-inch) steps)

Dimensions of adapter (W D H)

Weight 3.0 kg (6 lbs 10 oz) 6.2 kg (13 lbs 11 oz)

Specifications are subject to change without notice.

382 327.2 81.2 mm (15 12-7/8 3-3/16 inch)

Adjustment range

139 mm (5-1/2 inch) (fixed)

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