How to Turn the SX50 Power Off and On

Article ID: ART127651 | Date published: 05/12/2015 | Date last updated: 08/17/2015


How to Turn the SX50 Power Off and On


Connect the power cord and turn on the projector.

1. Insert the power cord plug in the power cord connection socket. Be sure to insert the power cord plug as far as it will go.

2. Insert the power plug. The [POWER] indicator flashes red. It stays lit when the projector is ready for power-on operation.


Connect the ground terminal of the power plug to the ground level in order to use the projector safely. Otherwise, the operating computer may cause electromagnetic radiation problems and poor reception by TV and radio.

Unplug the Power Cord When the Projector is Not in Use

The projector constantly consumes about 6W power even when the Power button is turned off. To ensure safety and power saving, remove the power plug from the AC outlet when the projector is not used for an extended period of time.

Turning On the Projector

Once the projector is turned off, it cannot be turned on for about 60 seconds. Wait until the lamp cooling period ends and the [POWER] indicator lights red.

1. Make sure that the [POWER] indicator lights red.

2. Press the [POWER] button. The [POWER] indicator first blinks green and then turns lit green.

The Opening window is displayed for about 20 seconds and the along with the countdown timer.

To project an image immediately, press the [OK] button.

  • Canceling the Countdown Function Performed at the Start
  • Displaying a Unique Logo on the Opening Screen
  • If a password entry screen appears, enter the password.

3. Select a video terminal of the computer. To input images from the DVI-I/RGB IN-1 terminal, select the [COMPUTER-1] button. To input images from the RGB IN- 2/COMPONENT/RGB OUT terminal, select the [COMPUTER-2] button.

4. Select a signal type. If images are not displayed correctly, press the button mentioned in step 3 repeatedly to select a desired input type. Pressing the [COMPUTER-1] button repeatedly allows you to select DIGITAL RGB and ANALOG RGB-1 alternately. Pressing the [COMPUTER-2] button repeatedly allows you to toggle between ANALOG RGB-2 and COMPONENT.



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