D2311 Nebula Mars User Manual Anker Technology Co., Limited

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User Manual
Nebula Mars
Model:D2311
Table of Contents
1 General Safety Information ......................................................................... 3
Setting up the Device ................................................................................. 3
Power Supply ........................................................................................... 4
Repairs .................................................................................................... 5
2 Overview..................................................................................................... 6
Symbols on the Host and Adapter ................................................................ 6
3 Settings....................................................................................................... 7
Network................................................................................................... 7
Bluetooth ................................................................................................. 7
Projector .................................................................................................. 7
App Manager ............................................................................................ 7
General .................................................................................................... 7
Date & Time ............................................................................................. 7
Upgrade ................................................................................................... 8
About ...................................................................................................... 8
4 Connecting to the Playback Device ............................................................. 8
Supplied Cables ........................................................................................ 8
Connecting to the Devices with HDMI output ............................................... 8
Connecting an USB Storage Medium ........................................................... 8
Connecting the Headphones ........................................................................ 8
5 Maintenance ............................................................................................... 9
Battery maintenance .................................................................................. 9
Deep discharge of battery ......................................................................... 10
Cleaning ................................................................................................ 10
Cleaning the Lens.................................................................................... 10
Device Overheated .................................................................................. 10
6 Appendix....................................................................................................11
Technical Data .........................................................................................11
Technology / Optical.................................................................................11
Power Supply ..........................................................................................11
Built-in Rechargeable Battery ....................................................................11
1 General Safety Information
Do not make any changes or settings
and humidity in the technical data.
that are not described in this user manual.
When the device is running for a long
Physical injury or damage to the device
period of time, the surface becomes hot
or loss of data can result from improper
and a warning symbol appears on the
handling. Take note of all warnings and
projection. Then the device switches
safety notes indicated.
automatically to stand by mode when it
gets too hot. After the device has cooled
Setting up the Device
down, you can continue playback by
The device is exclusively for indoor use.
pressing any key.
To avoid possible injuries to persons or
Do not allow liquids to enter into the
damage to the device itself, the de vice
device. Switch
should be placed securely on a stable,
disconnect it from the mains supply if
flat surface. Position all cables in such a
liquids or foreign substances end up
way that no one will stumble on them.
inside
Do not plug in the device in moist rooms.
inspected
Never touch the mains cable of the
department.
mains connection with wet hands.
Always handle the unit with care. Avoid
The
sufficient
touching the lens. Never place heavy or
ventilation and may not be covered. Do
sharp objects on the projector or the
not put your device in closed cabinets or
power cable.
boxes.
If the projector gets too hot or emits
Do not place the machine on soft
smoke, shut it down immediately and
surfaces such as tablecloths or carpets
unplug the power cable. Have the device
and do not cover the ventilation slits.
examined by trained professionals at a
Otherwise the device could overheat or
technical service location. To prevent the
catch fire.
spread of fire, open flames should be
Protect the device against direct sunlight,
kept away from the device.
heat, large temperature fluctuations and
Under the following conditions, a layer of
moisture. Do not place the device in the
moisture can appear inside the device
vicinity of heaters or air conditioners.
which can lead to malfunctions:
Observe the information on temperature
※ if the device is moved from a cold to a
device
must
have
the
warm area;
off the
device.
by
device
Have
the
technical
and
unit
service
※ after a cold room is heated;
the power supply, the battery is defective.
※ when this device is placed in a damp
Contact an authorized service center to
room.
replace the battery.
Proceed as follows to avoid any moisture
Do not try to replace the battery yourself.
build-up:
Incorrect handling of the battery or using
1 Seal this device in a plastic bag before
the wrong type of battery can cause
moving it to another room, in order for it
damage to the device or cause injury.
to adapt to room conditions.
DANGER
2 Wait one to two hours before you take
Risk of explosion with
the device out of the plastic bag.
incorrect type of batteries
The device should not be used in a very
Do not try to replace the battery
dusty en vironment. Dust particles and
yourself.
other foreign objects may damage the
There is a risk of explosion if
unit.
the incorrect battery type is
Do not expose the device to extreme
used.
vibrations. It may damage the internal
components.
Do not allow children to handle the
device without supervision. The packing
materials should be kept out of the hands
Switch the device on or off before
of children.
removing the power supply from the
socket.
Power Supply
DANGER
Use only the enclosed power adapter
High Power LED
(see chapter Appendix/ Technical Data).
This device is equipped with a
Check whether the mains voltage of the
high power LED (Light Emitting
power supply matches the mains voltage
Diode), which emits very bright
available at the setup location.
light. Do not look directly into the
projector lens. This could cause
The adapter could be connected to
eye irritation or damage.
IT power distribution systems.
Turn off the device and remove it from
the power supply before cleaning the
The capacity of the battery diminishes
surface. Use a soft, lint-free cloth. Never
with time. If the device functions only with
use liquid, gaseous or easily flammable
cleansers (sprays, abrasives, polishes,
alcohol). Do not allow any moisture to
reach the interior of the device.
DANGER
Danger of hearing damage
Do not use the device over a
longer time at high volume –
especially when using
headphones. This could lead to
the risks of hearing damage.
Repairs
Do not make any repairs to the device by
yourself. Any improper maintenance may
result in injuries or damage to the device.
Only ha ve your device repaired by an
authorized service center.
Do not remove the type label from your
device; this would void the warranty.
Warning
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
received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
2 Overview
Symbols on the Host and Adapter
Symbols
Explanation
Class Ⅱ equipment
AC voltage
DC voltage
Polarity of output terminals
Indoor use only
Energy efficiency Marking
RECYCLING
This product bears the selective sorting symbol for Waste electrical
and electronic equipment (WEEE). This means that product must be
handled pursuant to European directive 2012/19/EU in order to be
recycled or dismantled to minimize its impact on the environment.
User has the choice to give his product to a competent recycling
organization or to the retailer when he buys a new electrical or
electronic equipment.
3 Settings
Network
Projector
In this section, the systems will auto-scan
Touch to open the relating settings,
the available networks to display on the
including
screen.
Correction, Auto Focus, Project mode,
Select one network and input password if
Manual Focus.
Brightness,
Auto
Keystone
necessary to connect.
App Manager
Bluetooth
Touch to check the current Apps
The Bluetooth function enables you to
information, or manage the current Apps.
exchange files between the projector and
General
other Bluetooth devices.
Language
Before this step, please activate
Select your desired language with the
the Bluetooth function of other
navigation buttons.
device (mobile phone, Bluetooth earphone
Keypad Tone
etc.) and make sure the device is in range.
Turn on/off the keypad tone.
Automatic Sleep Interval
Touch the Bluetooth switch behind of the
Select the time of system automatic sleep
Bluetooth item to turn on the Bluetooth
interval.
function and then the system will auto-scan
Background
the visible Bluetooth device nearby and
Choose the desired background, such as
display on the screen. Touch the desired
Default, Starry Sky, Flowers, Aurora, and
Bluetooth device to start pairing. Then
Jellyfish.
according to the indications on both side,
users
can
complete
the
Date & Time
connection
successfully in seconds. After pairing, you
Option is about the current system date &
can share files between the unit and the
time setting. You can set the date and time,
Bluetooth device.
and their format of the projector.
Upgrade
Touch to check the system upgrade.
About
The detailed information about the unit,
including
its
Model, System
Version,
ROM/R AM, IP Address, MAC, Recovery.
4 Connecting to the Playback Device
Only use the supplied cable or the cables
speakers deactivate automatically when
that are available as accessories to
the headphones are connected.
connect the projector.
3 After connecting the headphones,
increase the volume to a comfortable
Supplied Cables
level.
Adapter cable
Connecting to the Devices with
HDMI output
Use the HDMI cable to connect the
projector to a computer or laptop.
Connecting
Medium
an
USB Storage
Connect the USB storage medium to the
USB socket on the reverse side of the
device.
Connecting the Headphones
1 Before connecting the headphones,
turn down the volume on the device.
2 Connect the headphones to the
projector’s headphone slot. The device
5 Maintenance
Battery maintenance
screen. Then the device will turn off
The capacity of the battery diminishes
automatically.
with time. To prolong the life of the
After the device has cooled down, you
battery, please observe the following
can continue playback.
instructions:


week.
Without a power supply, the device

operates itself through the built-in
store the device with a completely
have sufficient capacity, the device
discharged battery.

If the device is not used for several
USB cable on an USB port.
weeks, discharge the battery a little
When the device is in low battery,
by using the device before storing
the battery icon in the status bar
it.

turns red.

Charge the battery regularly. Don’t
battery. When the battery does not
will turn off. Connect the device with

Use the device at least once a
If the device can only work via the
USB connection or with the power
When the device overheats after
running for a long period of time, a
DANGER
warning icon will appear on the
Do not Replace the Battery by
projection. The device behaves as
Yourself
follows:
Do not try to replace the battery by
1 The speed of the fan reaches the
yourself . Incorrect handling of the
highest level.
battery or using the wrong type of
2 When the brightness is set to a
battery can cause damage to the
maximum level, a overheat
device or cause injury.
Icon will appear in the status bar and
supply, it proves that the battery
then the brightness will be automatically
has lost effectiveness.
set to a minimum level.

3 When the brightness is set to a
Keep the device and the battery
away from heat sources.
minimal level, a overheat icon will show
for three seconds in the middle of the
Cleaning the Lens
Use a brush or lens cleaning paper to
clean the lens of the projector.
Deep discharge of battery
Device Overheated
If the device has not been used for a long
A overheat icon appears if the device is
period of time the battery may be deep
getting too hot. The device behaves as
discharged and the unit cannot be
follows:
switched on.
1 The speed of the fan reaches the
highest level.
DANGER
Instructions for Cleaning!
2 When the brightness is set to a
Use a soft, lint-free cloth. Never use
maximum level, an overheat icon will
liquid or easily flammable cleansers
appear in the status bar, then the
(sprays, abrasiv es, polishes, alc ohol,
brightness will be automatically set to a
etc.). Do not allow any moisture to reach
lower level.
the interior of the device. Do not spray
3 When the brightness is set to a minimal
the device w ith any cleaning fluids.
level, an overheat icon will be shown for
Wipe over the surfaces gently. Be
three seconds in the middle of the screen.
careful that you do not scratch the
Then the device will turn off
surfaces.
automatically.
Please connect it to the power adapter
After the device has cooled down, it can
before switching it on again.
be switched on and used again.
Cleaning
DANGER
Do not use any Liquid Cleaning
Agents
Do not use any liquid cleaning
agents for cleaning the lens, to
avoid damaging the coating film
on the lens.
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6 Appendix
Technical Data
Dimensions (L*W*H)…mm
Weight……………………….About 1815g
Operating Temperature…….……….5-35℃
Packed Storage Temperature……-25-60℃
Unpacked Storage Temperature…...0-45℃
Operating Humidity……….……15-85% RH
Packed Storage Humidity…..…..5-93% RH
Unpacked Storage Humidity…15-85% RH
Technology / Optical
CPU Model No.….…..…………MST6A628
CPU Frequency………………...…. 1.5GHz
Operating System …………….Android 4.4
Light source……………....………RGB LED
Resolution………….……...….…1280*800
Aspect Ratio……………………… 16:09:00
White Light Brightness ……. 400lm/650lm
Contrast ratio………………….……. >600:1
Projected image size........…….…20”~120”
Screen distance……………0.5m up to 3m
Power Supply
DC-IN…………………19V/3A or 19 V/6.3 A
Built-in Rechargeable Battery
Battery type…………….………..Li-Polymer
Capacity………....………..6700mAh/11.4V
Charging time……………………………3 h
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This device complies with part 15 of the
-- Reorient or relocate the receiving
FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
antenna.
following two conditions: (1) this device
-- Increase the separation between the
may not cause harmful interference, and (2)
equipment and receiver.
this device must accept any interference
-- Connect the equipment into an outlet on
received, including interference that may
a circuit different
cause undesired operation.
from that to which the receiver is
An y changes or modifications not
connected.
expressly approved by the party
-- Consult the dealer or an experienced
responsible for compliance
radio/TV technician for help.
could void the user's authority to operate
To maintain compliance with FCC’s RF
the equipment.
Exposure
NOTE: This equipment has been tested
should be installed and operated with
and found to comply with the limits for a
minimum distance between 20cm the
Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15
radiator your body: Use only the supplied
of the FCC Rules. These limits are
antenna.
designed to provide reasonable protection
FCC-ID: 2AB7K- D2311
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,
which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the
following measures:
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guidelines,
This
equipment
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