Diamond View DV19NF User`s manual

DIAMOND VIEW MONITORS
A TRADE MARK OF MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC AUSTRALIA PTY. LTD.
DV19NF
Colour Monitor
19” (48.3cm) CRT Size,
18” (45.7cm) Max. Viewable Area
User’s Manual
Table of Contents
Safety Instructions for Display Monitors....................................................................................... ii
Maintenance................................................................................................................................................ iii
Chapter 1 Introduction.......................................................................................................................................1
Unpacking the Package ..........................................................................................................................1
Features..........................................................................................................................................................1
Power Management ................................................................................................................................2
Chapter 2 Getting Started ................................................................................................................................3
Installing the Monitor ..............................................................................................................................3
Connecting the Signal Cable...............................................................................................................3
Connecting through D-SUB signal connector..............................................................4
Connecting through BNC signal connector..................................................................4
Chapter 3 Adjusting the Monitor..................................................................................................................5
A Look at the Control Panel ..............................................................................................................5
Adjusting the Monitor ............................................................................................................................5
Panel key introduction ..............................................................................................................5
Selecting function and making adjustments ...................................................................6
1) Auto (Auto-calibration hot-key) ....................................................................6
2) Contrast hot-key mode........................................................................................6
3) Brightness hot-key mode .....................................................................................6
4) Main menu mode.....................................................................................................6
Make adjustments........................................................................................................................7
Control functions available in main menu......................................................................8
Timing Setting ..........................................................................................................................................11
Factory Preset Timings........................................................................................................................12
Chapter 4 Troubleshooting and Useful Hints......................................................................................13
Troubleshooting .....................................................................................................................................13
Need More Help?..................................................................................................................................15
Chapter 5 Specifications..................................................................................................................................16
Copyright
Copyright © 2000 Mitsubishi Electric Australia Pty. Ltd. All rights reserved. No part of
this publication may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system
or translated into any language or computer language, in any form or by any means,
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prior written permission of this company.
Disclaimer
Mitsubishi Electric Australia Pty. Ltd. makes no representations or warranties, either
expressed or implied, with respect to the contents hereof and specifically disclaims any
warranties, merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose. Further, Mitsubishi
Electric Australia Pty. Ltd. reserves the right to revise this publication and to make
changes from time to time in the contents hereof without obligation to notify any person
of such revision or changes.
Fill in here!!
For the convenience of service, write following
related information of your monitor in the space
below. The serial number is on the back of the
product.
Monitor Information
Product Name:
DV19NF
Serial Number:
Date of Purchase:
Dealer Information
Dealer:
Telephone Number:
Address:
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Safety Instructions for Display Monitors
1.
The AC plug isolates this equipment from the AC power supply.
2.
Unplug the monitor from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid
cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
3.
Slots and openings in the cabinet and the back or bottom are provided for
ventilation. They must not be blocked or covered. This computer monitor should
never be placed near or over a radiator or heat register, or in a built-in installation
unless proper ventilation is provided.
4.
This monitor must be operated from the type of power indicated on the rating
label. If you are not sure of the type of power available, consult your dealer or local
power company.
5.
This monitor must be operated with a 3-wire grounding-type plug, a plug having a
third (grounding) pin. This plug will only fit into a grounding-type power outlet.
This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact
your electrician to make the necessary outlet changes.
6.
Never push objects of any kind, or spill liquid of any kind into the monitor.
7.
Do not attempt to service this product yourself, as opening or removing covers
may expose you to dangerous voltages or other risks. If any above mentioned
misuse or other accident (such as dropping, mis-operation) occurs, contact
qualified service personnel for servicing.
8.
Use only the proper type of power supply cord set (provided in your monitors
box) for this unit. It should be a detachable type with approved cable and
connectors for use in Australia and New Zealand.
9.
The power socket outlet shall be near the equipment and shall be easily accessible.
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Maintenance
✘
Do not expose the monitor to direct sunlight or
heat.
✘
Do not spill liquid onto the monitor.
✘
Do not attempt to open the monitor. You may be
hurt by electric shock. For service, call your place of
purchase. Opening your monitor may also void
warranty.
✘
Do not use your monitor when magnets or
electronic products are operating nearby.
✘
Do not use harsh chemicals or strong cleaning
solvents to clean the monitor screen. Wipe it with
clean, soft clothes applied with mild solution.
✘
Do not place anything on your monitor. Bad
ventilation may elevate temperature in the monitor
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Introduction
Unpacking the Package
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Check following items. If they are missing or damaged, consult your
place of purchase immediately.
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Colour monitor
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Swivel base
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User’s manual
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D-Sub signal cable
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Power cord
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Mac adapter
Locate the model name and the serial number labeled on the back of your monitor.
Write down the related information of your monitor and dealer in the space on page ii
for future reference.
Features
Your DV19NF has the following features:
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Plug’n Play Compatibility
With its DDC1 and DDC2B, it is compatible with Plug’n Play feature of
Microsoft Windows 95, Windows 98 and Windows 2000
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Flicker-free Image
The monitor supports flicker-free rates at resolutions up to 1600 x 1200 pixels at
up to 85Hz which is VESA’s best recommended refresh rate.
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Larger Viewable Size
With its 18”(45.7cm) viewable size, it offers a larger viewable screen area than most
other 19” monitors.
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Easy to Use On Screen Display
The On-Screen Display (OSD) allows you to adjust all settings simply with onscreen menus.
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Power Saving Function
The power management complies with VESA DPMS standard. When the system is
idle (off mode), the monitor automatically cuts its power consumption up to 95%.
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Green Commitment
No CFCs are used in the manufacturing process of your monitor. It complies with
the US government’s Energy Star standards and the rigorous standards of the
Scandinavian countries.
Power Management
The power management of this monitor complies with these VESA power saving modes:
Mode
Power
Consumption
Horizontal
Sync
Vertical
Sync
LED
On
Normal
On
On
Green
Stand-by
< 15 W
Off
On
Amber
Suspend
< 15 W
On
Off
Amber
Off
<5W
Off
Off
Amber Blinking
Override
Normal
Off
Off
Green
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Getting Started
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Installing the Monitor
This monitor is equipped with an autosensing power supply for voltage ranges
100~240V AC, 50~60Hz.
To install the monitor :
1.
Make sure that the system power is turned
off.
2.
Please refer to the instructions below to
connect the signal cable through D-SUB or
BNC.
3.
Connect the power cord to the monitor
and attach it to power source.
4.
Turn on the computer and the monitor.
Connecting the Signal Cable
Your DV19NF provides D-SUB and BNC signal connectors. The D-SUB or BNC signals
can automatically be detected by its microprocessor.
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Connecting through D-SUB signal connector
1.
Make sure that the system power is
turned off.
2.
Connect the computer end of the DSUB cable to the 15-pin output
connector on the video board of your
computer.
3.
Connect the monitor end of the DSUB cable to the D-SUB receptacle on
the back of the monitor.
Connecting through BNC signal connector
1.
2.
3.
Make sure that the system power is turned off.
Connect the computer end of the BNC cable to the
output connector on the video board of your
computer.
Connect the monitor end of the BNC cable to the
BNC receptacle on the back of the monitor.
) If you connect the monitor to an older type Apple Macintosh through a DSub cable, you need to use the Macintosh adapter provided with the
monitor to connect the video signal port of your computer and the monitor
signal cable.
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Adjusting the Monitor
A Look at the Control Panel
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Adjusting the Monitor
You can adjust the monitor with the On-Screen Display (OSD) menus. There are 6 keys
for user’s control. They include Exit,,, Enter. Auto and Power Switch. The
following is the introduction:
Panel key introduction
1.
Auto: Intelligent key used for auto-calibration of picture size and position.
2.
Exit key : returns to last page, saves or quits the menu system.
3.
/
key : adjusts the parameter setting to a lower value or adjusts
contrast setting.
4.
/
key : adjusts the parameter setting to a higher value or adjusts
brightness setting.
5.
Enter key : goes into submenus or selects items.
6.
Power Switch: turns the monitor on or off.
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Selecting function and making adjustments
1) Auto (Auto-calibration hot-key)
Pressing Auto, the monitor will automatically adjust the display’s size and position to the
optimum settings. In some cases , or for some applications , these settings may need to
be fine tuned using the Geometry controls.
2) Contrast hot-key mode
1. Press
to enter contrast hot-key mode
2. Press or to adjust the setting.
3) Brightness hot-key mode
1. Press
to enter brightness hot-key mode.
2. Press or to adjust the setting.
4) Main menu mode
Grouped by functions, the OSD offers 6 major functions in Main Menu for making
adjustments: Contrast, Geometry, Colour adjustment, Recall, Degaussing and
Miscellaneous. The following describes the contents of each function and how you can
make adjustments.
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Make adjustments
1.
In Main Menu: Press or to locate the item you desire to change.
2.
Press Enter to go into the Sub Menu.
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3.
Pressor to locate the function item. Then press Enter andor to
make the adjustment.
4.
5.
Press Exit to save the setting.
Press Exit to return to main menu.
Control functions available in main menu
1.
Luminance
Contrast: adjusts the difference between the light and dark areas.
Brightness: adjusts the brightness of the display.
2.
Geometry
Hor. Position: adjusts the horizontal position of the display.
Hor. Size: adjusts the display width.
Ver. Position: adjusts the vertical position of the display.
Ver. Size: adjusts the vertical display height.
Rotation: corrects screen tilt .
Pincushion: corrects curves in the vertical edges of the display.
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Unbalance: adjusts the pincushion balance if both sides of the display
are bowed toward the left or right.
Trapezoid: makes the vertical edges of the display parallel.
Parallelogram: aligns the top and bottom edges of the image.
Top corner: adjusts the edge curvature at the top corners of the image.
Bottom corner: adjusts the edge curvature at the bottom corners of the
image.
3.
Colour mode
Colour Adjustment
Colour Temperature
Colour Temperature
(Preset Mode)
(User Mode)
C1 (9300K)
9300K
User Mode 1
C2 (6500K)
6500K
User Mode 2
C3 (5500K)
5500K
User Mode 3
C4 (7100K)
7100K
User Mode 4
C5 (11500K)
11500K
User Mode 5
Colour Preset Mode: In this mode, C1 to C5 are five memory areas where the
factory-preset colour settings are stored. These settings are fixed and can not be
modified.
Colour User Mode: Pressor to locate the colour mode and Enter to choose a
colour. Pressor again to make the adjustment. If you want to reset to preset
modes, please locate
to recall the preset colour settings
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4.
Recall geometry preset setting
Locate
and press Enter to recall the preset settings. The word “Recall” will keep
blinking on the screen in the process of recall. This page is also a “status display” that
shows current horizontal and vertical frequencies. Please note that the resolution data is
only displayed if you are using a graphics signal that corresponds with one of the
monitor’s presets.
5.
Manual degaussing function
To eliminate colour shading or impurity induced by magnetism, press Adjust to do the
manual degaussing.
6.
Miscellaneous
Hor. Convergence: adjusts Horizontal Convergence.
Ver. Convergence: adjusts Vertical Convergence.
Hor. Moire: adjusts horizontal Moire.
If the picture is unstable when you adjust the moire reduction setting, over-adjustment
has occurred. Please lower the moire reduction setting level.
Purity: Colour Purity adjustment.
D-Sub
BNC: input connector select.
OSD position:adjusts OSD horizontal and vertical position.
Language:
De : Deutsch
En : English
Fr : Français
It :
Italiano
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Es : Español
Note:
) The setting of each parameter is represented by a numeric value and
corresponding scale.
) The on-screen menu will automatically disappear after 20-seconds of
inactivity. If changes have been made, the monitor will automatically save
them.
Timing Setting
By making adjustments of your video card settings, you can set the timing and the refresh
rate to your preferences. The monitor will automatically save the settings. Your monitor
can accept horizontal frequencies ranging from 30 KHz to 107 KHz and vertical
frequencies from 50 Hz to 160 Hz. However, due to different resolution requirements,
and to avoid possible damage to your monitor, do not exceed the following vertical
refresh rates :
Resolution
Maximum Vertical
Refresh Rate (Hz)
800 x 600
1024 x 768
1280 x 1024
1600 x 1200
160
130
100
85
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Factory Preset Timings
Mode
Resolution
Industry
Industry
VESA
VESA
VESA
MAC
VESA
VESA
VESA
VESA
640 x 400
640 x 480
800 x 600
800 x 600
1024 x 768
1024 x 768
1024 x 768
1280 x 1024
1280 x 1024
1600 x 1200
Vertical
Horizontal
Frequency (Hz) Frequency (KHz)
70
60
75
85
75
75
85
75
85
75
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31.47
31.47
46.88
53.67
60.02
60.24
68.68
79.98
91.15
93.75
Troubleshooting and
Useful Hints
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Troubleshooting
Make sure that your monitor is properly installed if you encounter any trouble using this
product (For hardware installation, see Chapter 2, Getting Started). If the
problems persist, check this chapter for possible solutions.
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There is no picture on the screen.
Check:
‰ Video sync signal. The video sync signal from the graphics card must be as
specified for the monitor.
‰ Power saving mode. Press any key and move the mouse to deactivate the
mode.
‰ Signal cable connector pins. If there are bent or missing pins, consult your
place of purchase.
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The picture is scrolling or unstable.
Check:
‰ Signal cable connectors and pins. Replace the signal cable if it is damaged.
‰ Graphics card. See if the settings are correct and within the monitor’s
specifications.
‰ Scanning frequencies. Change the settings of your graphics card to values
within the monitor’s range .
‰ Remove any magnetic objects that are near the monitor. These include
speakers and power supplies ( AC Adaptors ).
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Characters look dark; the picture is too small or too large, not centered, etc.
‰ Adjust related settings. See Chapter 3, Adjusting the Monitor.
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Colours are impure.
‰ Check the signal cable and connector pins. If there are bent or missing pins,
consult your place of purchase.
‰ Adjust related settings. See Chapter 3, Adjusting the Monitor.
‰ Move any sources of magnetic fields away from the monitor. These include
speakers and power supplies.
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There are two horizontal damper lines visible on the screen.
‰ These lines are damper lines required by the aperture grille technology, They
usually blend into background and are not noticeable. They are to maintain
the aperture grille's alignment and prevent vibration or distortion of the
screen image. On a lightly-coloured screen, they may be visible and cast a
slight shadow on the screen.
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Faint black vertical lines are visible on the screen:
‰ The aperture grille may be mis-aligned. Shock or vibration during transport
may, in some cases, cause the aperture grille to move out of alignment. The
problem will appear as one or more faint black lines down the screen. If this
problem occurs, it may be solved by either degaussing the screen or by lightly
tapping the front and sides of the monitor. Allow the monitor to warm up for
30 minutes before doing this.
However, if neither of the above methods work, attempt the following:
a.)
Display a black field over the unaffected areas and a bright white field over the
area where the black line(s) appear. Do so by opening a bright-white window
on top of a black desktop or wallpaper background. Position the window so
that it just covers the area of the lines.
b.)
Set brightness and contrast to their maximum values. Keep the display on
until the problem is solved. Try tapping (again, do not hit) the side of the
display lightly to expedite realignment. The white field will heat up the misaligned area of the grille, returning it to proper alignment. Be sure to return
the brightness and contrast to normal levels after this procedure.
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Need More Help?
If your problems remain after checking this manual, please contact your place of
purchase or contact:
Australia
Visit the Mitsubishi Electric Australia web site at
www.mitsubishi-electric.com.au
Or contact the Service Department for your state:
New South Wales and Australian
Capital Territory
348 Victoria Road
Rydalmere, 2116
Tel: (02)9684-7669
Fax: (02)9684-7684
Victoria and Tasmania
4 / 303 Burwood Hwy
East Burwood, 3151
Tel: (03)9262-9899
Fax: (03)9262-9850
Queensland
1 / 104 Newmarket Road
Windsor, 4030
Tel: (07)3357-8877
Fax: (07)3357-8488
Western Australia
5 / 329 Collier Road
Bassendean, 6054
Tel: (08)9377-3411
Fax: (08)9377-3499
South Australia and Northern
Territory
77 Port Road
Hindmarsh, 5007
Tel: (08)8340-0444
Fax: (08)8340-0555
New Zealand
Contact Melco New Zealand Ltd.
1 Parliament St.
Lower Hutt
Tel: (04)560-9100
Fax: (04)560-9140
Web site: www.melco.co.nz
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Specifications
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Picture Tube
Size
19” (48.3cm) diagonal
Type
Natural Flat Tube
AG pitch
0.25mm aperture grille pitch (at center)
0.27mm aperture grille pitch (at edges)
Surface coating
AR film (AR, AS) coating
Maximum Viewable Size
18” (45.7cm) diagonal
Power Supply (Universal)
Input voltage
100~240 V AC, 50~60 Hz (Universal)
Power consumption(Max.)
150W
Max. Resolution
1600 x 1200
Horizontal Frequency
30-107 KHz
Vertical Frequency
50-160 Hz
Video Bandwidth
230 MHz
Video Input
mini D-sub connector / 5 BNC connectors
Adjustable Timing
10 factory presets, 22 user modes
User’s Control
Intelligent On-Screen-Display(OSD)
Regulatory Compliance
UL, CSA, C-Tick, TCO’99
Plug & Play
DDC1/2B
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Ambient Temperature
Operating
+5°C ~ +40°C / +41°F ~ +104°F
Storage
-20°C ~ +60°C / -4°F ~ +140°F
Humidity
Operating
20% ~ 90%
Storage
10% ~ 90%
Dimensions (W x H x D)
474 mm (W) x 485 mm (H) x 483 mm (D)
Weight (net)
28 Kg
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