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Indicator LED Lights Are Flashing on Your Unifi 45 Projector

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Overview
The boom-mounted Unifi 45 projector has three indicator LED lights (LAMP, ON/STANDBY and TEMP). Specific light sequences convey information about the state of your projector, including warning messages and issues.
Details

The following table describes normal projector states.

Indicator Light Sequence

Projector State

LAMP   ON/STANDBY   TEMP

128329-Sequence01

Your projector is turning on. Wait for your projector to finish turning on.

LAMP   ON/STANDBY   TEMP

128329-Sequence02

Your projector is in the On state.

  • The lamp is operating properly.

  • Your projector is waiting for input from you or for an internal command.

LAMP   ON/STANDBY   TEMP

128329-Sequence03

Your projector is preparing to enter Standby mode. Wait for your projector to enter Standby mode.

LAMP   ON/STANDBY   TEMP

128329-Sequence04

Your projector is in Standby mode.

  • The lamp is off.

  • Your projector is waiting for input from you or for an internal command.

Note

If you see this light sequence and hear three short beeps, the projector’s lens cover is closed. Open the lens cover before you turn on the projector.

The following table describes projector warning messages and issues.

Important

After you resolve your projector’s issue, you must turn your projector’s main power switch off and on again to clear the indicator light sequence and reset your projector’s status.

Indicator Light Sequence

Projector State and Issue

LAMP   ON/STANDBY   TEMP

128329-Sequence05.jpg

If all the indicator lights are off and your projector has no power, one of the following issues is occurring:

  • There was a power outage or a power surge.

  • A circuit breaker or a safety switch was toggled.

  • Your projector’s master power switch is off.

  • Your projector isn’t connected to the power source.

  • Your projector has an internal problem.

To resolve the issue, follow these steps:

  1. Check the power source, and then make sure all the cables are connected.

  2. Confirm that your projector is connected to an active power outlet.

  3. If the previous steps don’t resolve the issue, disconnect the power cord and then contact your SMART reseller (www.smarttech.com/where).

    LAMP   ON/STANDBY   TEMP

128329-Sequence06

If you see this indicator light sequence and your projector turns off during use or won’t turn on, the lamp cover isn’t properly attached.

To resolve the issue, follow these steps:

  1. Turn off the master power switch, and then disconnect the power cord.

  2. See document 129338 on the SMART website to replace the lamp cover.

Note

If you see this light sequence and hear five short beeps, there is a problem with the bottom cover of the projector or its security tab. See document 131847 on the SMART website to resolve this issue

    LAMP   ON/STANDBY   TEMP

128329-Sequence07

OR

 

    LAMP   ON/STANDBY   TEMP

128329-Sequence08

 

If you see this indicator light sequence, and the lamp turns off during use or won’t turn on, one of the following issues is occurring:

  • The lamp temperature is too high.

  • You need a new lamp because the lamp has reached the end of its life.

  • Your projector has an internal problem.

To resolve the issue, follow these steps:

  1. Turn off the master power switch, disconnect the power cord, and then wait a short time.

  2. Reconnect the power cord, and then turn on the master power switch.

  3. If the previous steps don’t resolve the issue, the lamp might be at the end of its life. See document 129338 on the SMART website to replace the lamp.

  4. If your projector still doesn’t turn on, turn off the master power switch, disconnect the power cord, and then contact your authorized SMART reseller (www.smarttech.com/where).

LAMP   ON/STANDBY   TEMP

128329-Sequence09

If you see this indicator light sequence, the128329-Icon01 icon appears and your projector turns off during use, one of the following issues is occurring:

  • Your projector has overheated internally.

  • The temperature outside your projector is too high.

To resolve the issue, follow these steps:

  1. Make sure nothing is blocking the air intake and exhaust.

  2. Turn off the master power switch.

  3. Disconnect the power cord, and then wait a short time.

  4. Reconnect the power cord, and then turn on the master power switch.

  5. If the previous steps don’t resolve the issue and your projector still doesn’t turn on, turn off the master power switch, disconnect the power cord, and then contact your authorized SMART reseller (www.smarttech.com/where).

LAMP   ON/STANDBY   TEMP

128329-Sequence10

If you see this indicator light sequence, the 128329-Icon02 icon appears and your projector turns off during use, your projector is overheating internally.

Turn off the master power switch, disconnect the power cord, and then contact your authorized SMART reseller (www.smarttech.com/where).

LAMP   ON/STANDBY   TEMP

128329-Sequence11

OR

LAMP   ON/STANDBY   TEMP

128329-Sequence12

If you see this indicator light sequence, the 128329-Icon03 icon appears and your projector turns off during use, your projector has an internal problem.

To resolve the issue, follow these steps:

  1. Turn off the master power switch.

  2. Disconnect the power cord, and then wait a short time.

  3. Reconnect the power cord, and then turn on the master power switch.

  4. If the previous steps don’t resolve the issue, turn off the master power switch, disconnect the power cord, and then contact your authorized SMART reseller (www.smarttech.com/where)

Issue
Symptoms
A projector issue icon appears on your SMART Board interactive whiteboard, your Unifi 45 projector’s indicator LED lights flash or don’t turn on, or your projector doesn’t turn on.
Cause
Solution
Background
Internal Information
SMART HardwareSMART Board 600i2 interactive whiteboard systems and SMART Board 500 and 600 series interactive whiteboards with the Unifi 45 projector retrofit kit
SMART Software
Operating Systems
First Published10-Oct-08
Last Updated17-Mar-09
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